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Arsenic Mitigation in Bangladesh
Exposure to arsenic in drinking water is a major problem worldwide posing a serious threat to human health. Arsenic poisoning in Bangladesh has been described as the largest mass poisoning of a population in history. Over ...
Mapping soil-landscape elements and the wetland in dambos and estimating CH4 and CO2 emissions from a dambo-terminated catena
Dambos are seasonally saturated grassy valleys mainly found on the central African plateau. They are usually sub-divided into three catenary units - gleyed and frequently inundated bottoms, flat and rarely inundated floors, ...
Mapping, geologic evolution and petrogenesis of the McDermitt caldera center, northern Nevada & southern Oregon, USA
The McDermitt caldera center ("McDermitt") is a polygenetic mid-Miocene volcanic center along the border of northern Nevada and southern Oregon, USA, and is one of the first silicic centers associated with the Yellowstone ...
HYDROLOGIC DYNAMICS CONTROL DISSOLVED ORGANIC MATTER EXPORT FROM WATERSHEDS: FIELD-SCALE PROCESSES IN A SMALL, ARTIFICIALLY DRAINED AGRICULTURAL CATCHMENT, AND PATTERNS ACROSS ECOSYSTEMS
Dissolved organic matter (DOM) is an important component of nutrient cycling and energy transfer within and between ecosystems. Understanding controls over the magnitude and quality of DOM that is transferred from soils ...