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Adsorption Behaviors of Rhodotorula sp. in the Bioleaching Process of

ASCE

Adsorption Behaviors of Rhodotorula sp. in the Bioleaching Process of Acidithiobacillus ferrooxidans

8/25/2019

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8/24/2019

The role of management on methane emissions from subtropical wetlands

Wiley

Abstract Wetlands are an important source of CH4 globally. However, uncertainty surrounding the impact of anthropogenic activities on CH4

8/24/2019

Seasonal changes in carbonate saturation state and air-sea CO2 fluxes

Wiley

Abstract Changes may be occurring in the carbonate chemistry of fjords due to natural and anthropogenic disturbance of major freshwater sources.

8/24/2019

Compositional characteristics of fluvial particulate organic matter

Wiley

Abstract Wetlands are hotspots for particulate organic matter (POM) supply into rivers, which link the land-ocean transfer in the global carbon

8/24/2019

Soil fluid biogeochemical response to climatic events

Wiley

Abstract Predicting fluid biogeochemistry in the vadose zone is difficult because of time-dependent variation in multiple controlling factors,

8/24/2019

Assessing the role of high-frequency winds and sea ice loss on Arctic

Wiley

Abstract The long-term trend of increasing phytoplankton net primary production (NPP) in the Arctic correlates with increasing light penetration

8/24/2019

Multi-core parallel tempering Bayeslands for basin and landscape

Wiley

Abstract The Bayesian paradigm is becoming an increasingly popular framework for estimation and uncertainty quantification of unknown parameters

8/24/2019

Global Tubular Membrane Filtration System Market Professional Survey

RNR Market Research

The Tubular Membrane Filtration System market was valued at XX Million US$ in 2018 and is projected to reach XX Million US$ by 2024, at a CAGR

8/22/2019

Global Sensors for Oil and Gas Pipeline Monitoring Market Professional

RNR Market Research

The Sensors for Oil and Gas Pipeline Monitoring market was valued at XX Million US$ in 2018 and is projected to reach XX Million US$ by 2024, at

8/22/2019

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Amazon Fires: What We Know and What We Can Do

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Amazon Fires: What We Know and What We Can Do

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