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Contrast-media-induced nephrotoxicity: a consensus report. Contrast Media Safety Committee, European Society of Urogenital Radiology (ESUR).
The purpose of this study was, using consensus methodology, to document current understanding of contrast media nephrotoxicity (CMN) and to identify areas where there is disagreement or confusion. ToExpand
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An illustrated guide to pollen analysis
An illustrated guide to pollen analysis , An illustrated guide to pollen analysis , مرکز فناوری اطلاعات و اطلاع رسانی کشاورزی
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Measurement of environmental trace-metal levels with transplanted mussels and diffusive gradients in thin films (DGT): a comparison of techniques.
  • J. Webb, M. Keough
  • Environmental Science, Medicine
  • Marine pollution bulletin
  • 1 March 2002
Transplanted mussels and diffusive gradients in thin films (DGT) were used to assess levels of cadmium, copper, lead and zinc at four sites situated inside and outside of two enclosed marinas, nearExpand
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Squeezing the most out of existing literature: a systematic re‐analysis of published evidence on ecological responses to altered flows
Summary Human-induced changes in river flow regimes are ubiquitous worldwide. Although numerous case studies have identified negative ecological impacts of changes in different aspects of flowExpand
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Scales and frequencies of disturbances: rock size, bed packing and variation among upland streams
Summary 1. Disturbance is an important source of variability in species composition and diversity, but application of disturbance models is contingent upon a very good understanding of the spatialExpand
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Environmental Flows Can Reduce the Encroachment of Terrestrial Vegetation into River Channels: A Systematic Literature Review
Encroachment of riparian vegetation into regulated river channels exerts control over fluvial processes, channel morphology, and aquatic ecology. Reducing encroachment of terrestrial vegetation is anExpand
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Bayesian clustering with AutoClass explicitly recognises uncertainties in landscape classification
Bayesian mixture modelling allows comparison of multiple plausible classifications of the same data set. Expand
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Ecological risk to aquatic systems from salinity increases
Salinity is a major problem in many regions of Australia, and is predicted to get considerably worse over the next 30-50 years. Most effort has focused on the terrestrial environment, andExpand
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Interactive effects of urban stormwater drainage, land clearance, and flow regime on stream macroinvertebrate assemblages across a large metropolitan region
Urban impacts on streams are mediated by alteration of land cover and subsurface drainage. Understanding interactions of these 2 effects is critical for urban land and water management. We usedExpand
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Optimization tools for environmental water decisions: A review of strengths, weaknesses, and opportunities to improve adoption
This paper reviews this disparate research, showing that there are a range of different questions addressed using this modeling approach and that the representation of environmental outcomes varies. Expand
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