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Characteristics of heavy metals and Pb isotopic signatures in sediment cores collected from typical urban shallow lakes in Nanjing, China.
To investigate the contamination levels and sources for heavy metals that have occurred during the development of cities, sediment cores collected from typical urban shallow lakes (Xuanwu Lake andExpand
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Identifying the water source for subsurface flow with deuterium and oxygen-18 isotopes of soil water collected from tension lysimeters and cores
The conventional identification of soil water with pre-event water limits deep insights into the involvement of stationary and mobile soil water in subsurface hydrological processes. In three tilledExpand
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Carbon emission reduction potential of a typical household biogas system in rural China
Given the rising expectations for the substitution of fossil energy with renewable energy as one of the solutions to cope with climate change, the carbon emission reduction potential of possibleExpand
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Heavy metal contamination of overlying waters and bed sediments of Haihe Basin in China.
The Haihe Basin is in an area of high population density and rapid economic development, and is one of the most polluted river basins in China. Examination of heavy metals (Cd, Co, Cr, Cu, Mn, Ni, PbExpand
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Prevalence of antibiotic resistance genes in antibiotic-resistant Escherichia coli isolates in surface water of Taihu Lake Basin, China
The rapid development of antibiotic-resistant bacteria (ARB) has been of concern worldwide. In this study, antibiotic resistance genes (ARGs) were investigated in antibiotic-resistant EscherichiaExpand
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Creep of nanocrystalline nickel: A direct comparison between uniaxial and nanoindentation creep
Uniaxial and nanoindentation creeps were conducted on nanocrystalline nickel with an as-deposited grain size of 14 nm at 398 K and the results were directly compared. The stress exponent under theExpand
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Towards more accurate life cycle assessment of biological wastewater treatment plants: a review
Abstract Life cycle assessment (LCA) has been proved to act as a desirable tool to evaluate the environmental impacts of wastewater treatment plants (WWTPs). However, the application of LCAExpand
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Water Quality Modeling and Pollution Control for the Eastern Route of South to North Water Transfer Project in China
South to North Water Transfer Project in China is the largest project over centuries to solve the water shortage problem in vast areas of northern China. It comprises of three routes: the eastern,Expand
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Removal of chlorpyrifos from waste water by wheat straw-derived biochar synthesized through oxygen-limited method
Systematic studies have been performed for the first time to investigate the pyrolysis behavior of wheat straw and the adsorption mechanism of chlorpyrifos by wheat straw-derived biochar. FTIR andExpand
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Effect of vegetation on soil water retention and storage in a semi-arid alpine forest catchment
The runoff generated from mountainous regions is recognized as the main water source for inland river basins in arid environments. Thus, the mechanisms by which catchments retain water in soils areExpand
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