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Phytoplankton distribution in unusually low sea ice cover over the Pacific Arctic
A large part of the Pacific Arctic basin experiences ice-free conditions in summer as a result of sea ice cover steadily decreasing over the last decades. To evaluate the impact of sea ice retreat onExpand
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In situ cobalt-cobalt oxide/N-doped carbon hybrids as superior bifunctional electrocatalysts for hydrogen and oxygen evolution.
Remarkable hydrogen evolution reaction (HER) or superior oxygen evolution reaction (OER) catalyst has been applied in water splitting, however, utilizing a bifunctional catalyst for simultaneouslyExpand
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Diatom bloom‐derived bottom water hypoxia off the Changjiang estuary, with and without typhoon influence
During the summers of 2009 and 2013, seawater pH and concentrations of dissolved oxygen, inorganic carbon, and nutrients were measured off the Changjiang estuary in the East China Sea. The 2009Expand
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Distribution and ecological risk of organic pollutants in the sediments and seafood of Yangtze Estuary and Hangzhou Bay, East China Sea.
A wide variety of persistent organic pollutants (POPs) in the surface marine sediments and seafood from four geographic areas of the East China Sea were investigated. The POP concentrations wereExpand
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A fusion method for visible and infrared images based on contrast pyramid with teaching learning based optimization
Abstract This paper proposes a novel image fusion scheme based on contrast pyramid (CP) with teaching learning based optimization (TLBO) for visible and infrared images under different spectrum ofExpand
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Comparison of murine thymic stromal lymphopoietin- and polyinosinic polycytidylic acid-mediated placental dendritic cell activation.
We confirmed previously the existence of thymic stromal lymphopoietin (TSLP)-positive cells in murine placenta by flow cytometry. To compare the characteristics of Toll-like receptor 3 (TLR3)- andExpand
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Summer and winter living coccolithophores in the Yellow Sea and the East China Sea
This paper describes the distribution of living coccolithophores (LCs) in the Yellow Sea and the East China Sea in summer and winter, and its relationship with environmental factors by canonicalExpand
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Nitrate δ15N and δ18O evidence for active biological transformation in the Changjiang Estuary and the adjacent East China Sea
The Changjiang Estuary has been considered as one of the most polluted estuaries in the world due to high nitrate (NO3−) input, especially in spring and summer. In this study, δ15N and δ18O of NO3−,Expand
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Real-time monitoring of nutrients in the Changjiang Estuary reveals short-term nutrient-algal bloom dynamics
The Changjiang Estuary is a large-river estuary ecosystem in the East China Sea, and its plume, the Changjiang Diluted Water (CDW), transports a large mass of nutrients ( NO3– +  NO2–, PO43–, SiO32–)Expand
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Non-Noble Metal-based Carbon Composites in Hydrogen Evolution Reaction: Fundamentals to Applications.
Hydrogen has been hailed as a clean and sustainable alternative to finite fossil fuels in many energy systems. Water splitting is an important method for hydrogen production in high purity and largeExpand
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