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Wiley
6/22/2017

Abstract We use sediments from a flooded sinkhole (Cenote Jennifer) in northern Cuba to provide new, well-dated, high-resolution evidence for the 8.2 kyr event. From ~7600 to 8700 cal yr BP the sinkhole contained shallow, low-salinity water, which s
Wiley
6/22/2017

Abstract Late Miocene to mid-Pleistocene sedimentary proxy records reveal that northwest Australia underwent an abrupt transition from dry to humid climate conditions at 5.5 million years (Ma), likely receiving year-round rainfall, but after ~3.3 Ma
Wiley
6/22/2017

Abstract By conducting comprehensive observation on the rarely triggered positive lightning flashes, two cases of upward negative leaders were quantitatively investigated with simultaneous data of current, optical and electromagnetic field changes a

Absolute Quantification of Water in Microporous Solids with 1H Magic Angle Spinning NMR and Standard Addition
Absolute Quantification of Water in Microporous Solids with 1H Magic Angle Spinning NMR and Standard Addition

The term resilience describes stress-response patterns across scientific disciplines. In ecology, advances have been made to clearly define resilience based on underlying mechanistic assumptions. Engineering resilience (rebound) is used to describe

Report of the Compliance Committee under the Cartagena Protocol on Biosafety on the Work of Its Fourteenth Meeting, Montreal, Canada, 16-18 May 2017
Wiley
6/22/2017

Abstract Bartlett et al. [2016] performed a re-interpretation and modification of the space-time lumped USDA NRCS (formerly SCS) Curve Number (CN) method to extend its applicability to forested watersheds. We believe that the well documented limitat
Wiley
6/22/2017

Abstract The generalized complementary relationship (GCR) model of Brusaert [2015] has been widely applied to estimate land surface evapotranspiration (E) over Chinese eastern monsoon region, Loess Plateau and Australia. However, Crago et al. [2016]
Wiley
6/22/2017

Abstract The Nagaland–Manipur ophiolites (NMO) of Northeast India forms a part of the Tethyan ophiolites and comprises a suite of tectonite peridotites and cumulate mafic–ultramafic sequence with mafic extrusive–intrusive rocks, felsic intrusives an
Wiley
6/22/2017

Abstract Centimeter to meter-sized volcanic ballistic projectiles from explosive eruptions jeopardize people and properties kilometers from the volcano, but they also provide information about past eruptions. Traditionally, projectile trajectory is


Searching for Water in an Untapped Source: the Air

Searching for Water in an Untapped Source: the Air


Were Improving Sustainability Conferences by Adding Real Action

Were Improving Sustainability Conferences by


New Report Shows Canada, the U.S. and Australia Come in Last in Sustainability Rankings

New Report Shows Canada, the U.S. and Australia


Noor Nuyten Recycles Receipt Rolls Into Cute Desk Accessories

Noor Nuyten Recycles Receipt Rolls Into Cute Desk


Method Homes Unveils Net-Zero Prefab Paradigm Series at Greenbuild in San Francisco

Method Homes Unveils Net-Zero Prefab Paradigm


Maine’s Place In A Warming World: What Climate Change Brings, And What We Can Do About It

Maine’s Place In A Warming World: What Climate




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