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Application of a comprehensive modeling strategy for the management of net-pen aquaculture waste transport
Physical and biological processes influencing zonation patterns of a subtidal population of the marine snail, Astraea (Lithopoma) undosa Wood 1828
Geomorphic processes and spatial patterns of primary forest succession on the Bogue Chitto River, USA
Resuspension of postlarval soft-shell clams Mya arenaria through disturbance by the mud snail Ilyanassa obsoleta
Increased erosion is a well-known response after wildfire. To predict and to model erosion on a landscape scale requires knowledge of the critical shear stress for the initiation of motion of soil particles. As this soil property is temperature-dependent, a quantitative relation between critical shear stress and the temperatures to which the soils have been subjected during a wildfire is required. In this study the critical shear stress was measured in a recirculating flume using samples of forest soil exposed to different temperatures (40°–550°C) for 1 hour. Results were obtained for four replicates of soils derived from three different types of parent material (granitic bedrock, sandstone, and volcanic tuffs)....
Small-scale spatial variations of natural radionuclide and trace metal distributions in sediments from the Hudson River estuary