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Indoor subarea localization can facilitate numerous location-based services, such as indoor navigation, indoor POI recommendation and mobile advertising. Most existing subarea localization approaches suffer from two bottlenecks, one is fingerprint-based methods require time-consuming site survey and another is triangulation-based methods are lack of(More)
High arsenic (As) groundwater usually has high concentrations of natural organic matter (NOM). Effects of NOM on arsenic adsorption were investigated to evaluate the efficiency of modified granular natural siderite (MGNS) as an adsorbent for groundwater arsenic remediation. Humic and fulvic acids (HA/FA) were selected as model NOM compounds. In batch tests,(More)
Although As concentrations have been investigated in shallow groundwater from the Hetao basin, China, less is known about U and As distributions in deep groundwater, which would help to better understand their origins and fate controls. Two hundred and ninety-nine groundwater samples, 122 sediment samples, and 14 rock samples were taken from the northwest(More)
An anaerobic nitrate-reducing Fe(II)-oxidizing bacterium, Pseudogulbenkiania sp. strain 2002, was used to investigate As immobilization by biogenic Fe oxyhydroxides under different initial molar ratios of Fe/As in solutions. Results showed that Fe(II) was effectively oxidized, mainly forming lepidocrocite, which immobilized more As(III) than As(V) without(More)
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