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Nitrogen enrichment potential of biochar in relation to pyrolysis temperature and feedstock quality.
Nitrogen (N) enrichment of biochar from both inorganic and organic waste N sources has the potential to add economic and environmental value through its use as a slow release N fertilizer. WeExpand
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Citizen science for water quality monitoring: Data implications of citizen perspectives.
Citizen science, where citizens play an active role in the scientific process, is increasingly used to expand the reach and scope of scientific research while also achieving engagement andExpand
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Submersible UV-Vis Spectroscopy for Quantifying Streamwater Organic Carbon Dynamics: Implementation and Challenges before and after Forest Harvest in a Headwater Stream
Organic material, including total and dissolved organic carbon (DOC), is ubiquitous within aquatic ecosystems, playing a variety of important and diverse biogeochemical and ecological roles.Expand
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Nanomechanical properties of tenascin-X revealed by single-molecule force spectroscopy.
Tenascin-X is an extracellular matrix protein and binds a variety of molecules in extracellular matrix and on cell membrane. Tenascin-X plays important roles in regulating the structure andExpand
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Measuring "unmeasurable" folding kinetics of proteins by single-molecule force spectroscopy.
Folding and unfolding are fundamental biological processes in cell and are important for the biological functions of proteins. Characterizing the folding and unfolding kinetics of proteins isExpand
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From streams to citizens : a multi-lens investigation of water quality through carbon cycles and participation within water science and policy
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The origin and future of modern humans
Earlier this year, we published an article describing an exciting hypothesis that explains how two important observations, that on the surface appear incompatible, come together to provide insightExpand