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Seismicity induced by hydraulic fracturing and wastewater disposal in the Appalachian Basin, USA: a review
Eastern Ohio is an area of North America where a significant increase in seismicity rate was noted in the early 2010s. This increase has been associated with intensification of unconventional gasExpand
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A typical evolution of seismicity patterns resulting from the coupled natural, human-induced and coseismic stresses in a longwall coal mining environment
Abstract A very unusual time-space distribution of seismicity accompanying coal exploitation has been observed in a Polish mine. The earthquakes did not follow the depth of mining but exhibitedExpand
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Planning of factorial experiments with one control treatment in a block design with nested rows and columns for environmental research
We presented principles for the planning of factorial experiments concerned with protection of the environment, carried out on heterogeneous experimental material or, for example, in the case ofExpand
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SUSCEPTIBILITY OF SOME VEGETABLE SPECIES TO FEEDING OF CEPAEA HORTENSIS (MÜLLER) AND ARION RUFUS (LINNAEUS)
Vegetables in addition to arable crops and ornamentals are also at high risk from slug and snail attack at all growth stages. The no-choice tests were conducted under laboratory conditions to assessExpand
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Maturity of nearby faults influences seismic hazard from hydraulic fracturing
Significance Recent studies have focused on how wastewater disposal wells have caused dramatic increases in eastern US earthquakes. We focused instead on less common cases where hydraulic fracturingExpand
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Correlations between blood pressure and selected anthropometric parameters in overweight and obese 16 ‐ 18 ‐ year ‐ old students with and without metabolic syndrome family risk factors – a pilot study
Results. Group with BMI>90th percentile consisted of 265 (12.5%) students (129 M and 136 F). Family risk factors of MS were documented in 177 (66.8%) of cases [92F; 85 M]. For the whole groupExpand
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Initial Evaluation of the Effectiveness of Selected Active Substances in Reducing Damage To Rape Plants Caused By Arion Lusitanicus (Gastropoda, Pulmonata, Arionidae)
Spray forms of various chemical compounds including compounds of plant origin, molluscicides, and insecticides were tested in order to investigate their possibilities for reducing damage to youngExpand
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Evaluation of the effectiveness of iron phosphate and the parasitic nematode Phasmarhabditis hermaphrodita in reducing plant damage caused by the slug Arion vulgaris Moquin-Tandon, 1885
Arion vulgaris is one of the most important slug pests of crop plants, and is extremely hard to control. We assessed the effectiveness of a slug pellets containing iron phosphate, compared withExpand
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