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Changing amounts and sources of moisture in the U.S. southwest since the Last Glacial Maximum in response to global climate change
Published United States Geological Society  7/29/2014
The U.S. southwest has a limited water supply and is predicted to become drier in the 21st century. An improved understanding of factors controlling moisture sources and availability is aided by reconstruction of past responses to global climate change. New stable isotope and growth-rate records for
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The southern megalopolis: using the past to predict the future of urban sprawl in the Southeast U.S.
Published United States Geological Society  7/29/2014
The future health of ecosystems is arguably as dependent on urban sprawl as it is on human-caused climatic warming. Urban sprawl strongly impacts the urban ecosystems it creates and the natural and agro-ecosystems that it displaces and fragments. Here, we project urban sprawl changes for the next 50
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Asphaltene content and composition as a measure of Deepwater Horizon oil spill losses within the first 80 days
Published United States Geological Society  7/29/2014
The composition and content of asphaltenes in spilled and original wellhead oils from the Deepwater Horizon (DWH) incident provide information on the amount of original oil lost and the processes most responsible for the losses within the first 80 days of the active spill. Spilled oils were
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Identification of Mn(II)-oxidizing bacteria from a low-pH contaminated former uranium mine
Published United States Geological Society  7/29/2014
Biological Mn oxidation is responsible for producing highly reactive and abundant Mn oxide phases in the environment that can mitigate metal contamination. However, little is known about Mn oxidation in low-pH environments, where metal contamination often is a problem as the result of mining
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Identifying dominant controls on hydrologic parameter transfer from gauged to ungauged catchments: a comparative hydrology approach
Published United States Geological Society  7/29/2014
Daily streamflow information is critical for solving various hydrologic problems, though observations of continuous streamflow for model calibration are available at only a small fraction of the world’s rivers. One approach to estimate daily streamflow at an ungauged location is to transfer
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Precipitation isotopes link regional climate patterns to water supply in a tropical mountain forest, eastern Puerto Rico
Published United States Geological Society  7/29/2014
Like many mountainous areas in the tropics, watersheds in the Luquillo Mountains of eastern Puerto Rico have abundant rainfall and stream discharge and provide much of the water supply for the densely populated metropolitan areas nearby. Projected changes in regional temperature and atmospheric
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Whiting events in SW Florida coastal waters: a case study using MODIS medium-resolution data
Published United States Geological Society  7/29/2014
Whitings, floating patches of calcium carbonate mud, have been found in both shallow carbonate banks and freshwater environments around the world. Although these events have been studied for many decades, much of their characteristics remain unknown. Recent sightings of whitings near Ten Thousand
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Effects of hydrologic modifications on salinity and formation of hypoxia in the Mississippi River-Gulf Outlet and adjacent waterways, southeastern Louisiana, 2008 to 2012
Published United States Geological Society  7/29/2014
The Mississippi River-Gulf Outlet (MRGO) was constructed between 1958 and 1968 to provide a safer and shorter route between the Gulf of Mexico and the Port of New Orleans for ocean-going vessels. In 2006, the U.S. Congress directed the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (USACE) to develop and implement a
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Turbo Generators Market by Capacity (10 - 175 MVA, 175 MVA - 550 MVA, 550 MVA & Above), by End-User (Coal Power Plants, Gas Power Plants, Nuclear Power Pants, Others), by Cooling (Air Cooled, Hydrogen Cooled, Water Hydrogen Cooled) & Geography (Asia-Paci
Published ReportsNReports  7/29/2014
The global turbo generator market is segmented on the basis of the end-user power plants which include coal, gas, nuclear and others(Biomass, Geothermal, co-generation, Combined Heat & Power). Further classification is done based on the capacity of the turbo generators 10-175 MVA, 175 MVA to 550
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Global and China Copper Clad Laminate Industry Report, 2013-2016
Published MarketResearchReports.Biz  7/29/2014
Copper clad laminate (CCL) is the electronic industrial base material, mainly used for the manufacture of printed circuit board (PCB), widely applied in television, radio, computer, mobile communications and other electronic products. Original Post Global and China Copper Clad Laminate Industry
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