Dylan W Williams

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Predicted changes in climate may affect key soil processes such as respiration and net nitrogen (N) mineralization and thus key ecosystem functions such as carbon (C) storage and nutrient availability. To identify the sensitivity of shrubland soils to predicted climate changes, we have carried out experimental manipulations involving ecosystem warming and(More)
This article describes new approaches for manipulation of temperature and water input in the field. Nighttime warming was created by reflection of infrared radiation. Automatically operated reflective curtains covered the vegetation at night to reduce heat loss to the atmosphere. This approach mimicked the way climate change, caused by increased cloudiness(More)
Soil water chemistry and element budgets were studied at three northwestern European Calluna vulgaris heathland sites in Denmark (DK), The Netherlands (NL), and Wales (UK). Responses to experimental nighttime warming and early summer drought were followed during a two-year period. Soil solution chemistry measured below the organic soil layer and below the(More)
1. The pharmacokinetics and disposition of delafloxacin was investigated following a single intravenous (300 mg, 100 µCi) dose to healthy male subjects. 2. Mean Cmax, AUC0-∞, Tmax and t1/2 values for delafloxacin were 8.98 µg/mL, 21.31 µg h/mL, 1 h and 2.35 h, respectively, after intravenous dosing. 3. Radioactivity was predominantly excreted via the kidney(More)
M icrowave equivalent-circuit theory is like a grand old building: elegant, carefully crafted, passed from generation to generation, and rooted in history. Traveling waves, the measureable electromagnetic field solutions of Maxwell’s equations in a transmission line, form the foundation of the theory. You must descend into the basement to see them; not many(More)
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