Papers in Earth Sciences

Miscellaneous papers in Earth Sciences, D

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  1. Conventional urban water management practices aim to meet water supply-demands while conveying wastewater and stormwater away from urban settings. Alternative approaches which consider water demands to be manageable and wastewater and stormwater as…
  2. Atomic-thick monolayer two-dimensional materials present advantageous properties compared to their bulk counterparts. The properties and behavior of these monolayers can be modified by introducing defects, namely defect engineering. In this paper,…
  3. This paper analyzes the management of international tourist demand for adventure activities in Costa Rica and Valle Central. In particular, tourist demand for activities such as hiking, bird watching, nature observation and visits to volcanoes,…
  4. A quantitative study was undertaken on diatoms from cores (SA08-34) obtained from the southwestern continental slope of the South China Sea (SCS). A total of 165 diatom species belonging to 45 genera were identified. We constructed a stratigraphic…
  5. Two types of fronds belonging to a new species, Drynaria dimorpha sp. nov., are described from the upper Pliocene Mangbang Formation in western Yunnan, southwestern China. The base frond is lobate and the lobes are incised up to 2/3 or more of the…
  6. The behavior of citizens in natural areas is the result of a very complex psychological process in which various psychological, social and environmental factors all play their parts. The influence of the psychological factors, as well as the…
  7. Saccharophagus degradans strain 2-40 is a prominent member of newly discovered group of marine and estuarine bacteria that recycle complex polysaccharides. The S. degradans 2-40 genome codes for 15 extraordinary long polypeptides, ranging from 274…
  8. Concentrations of 25 elements in the fine-grained fraction (< 63 ??m) of bottom sediments of the Changjiang and the Huanghe were determined to characterize the geochemical compositions of each riverine origin. Most of the elements, except for alkali…
  9. Submarine melt can account for substantial mass loss at tidewater glacier termini. However, the processes controlling submarine melt are poorly understood due to limited observations of submarine termini. Here at a tidewater glacier in central West…
  10. The study identifies the role played by different components of natural aquatic systems on the poorly known geochemistry of antimony. Different chemical forms of antimony were measured in porewaters and sediments of two Sudbury lakes characterized…
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