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Effect of eutrophication on mercury, selenium, and essential fatty acids in bighead carp (Hypophthalmichthys nobilis) from reservoirs of eastern China.
Analyses of the risks and benefits of consuming fish assess the content of beneficial fatty acids found in fish relative to harmful pollutants such as methylmercury (MeHg). Quantifying the effect ofExpand
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Effect of eutrophication on mercury (Hg) dynamics in subtropical reservoirs from a high Hg deposition ecoregion
Eutrophication can have opposite effects on mercury (Hg) bioavailability in aquatic systems, by increasing methylmercury (MeHg) production but reducing Hg biomagnification. Globally, the effect ofExpand
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Algal blooms: proactive strategy.
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Mercury biomagnification in subtropical reservoir fishes of eastern China
Little is known about mercury (Hg) biomagnification in the subtropics, aquatic systems with high species diversity resulting in complex food webs. High atmospheric Hg emissions and ubiquitousExpand
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Autonomous cyanobacterial harmful algal blooms monitoring using multirotor UAS
ABSTRACT In this article, we present a framework to use an autonomous multirotor unmanned aerial system (UAS) for cyanobacterial harmful algal blooms (CHABs) monitoring. The requirements of CHABSExpand
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Global and Local Information Based Spherical Marginal Fisher Analysis for Face Recognition
We proposed a new face recognition algorithm, termed Spherical Marginal Fisher Analysis (SMFA). Different from traditional Marginal Fisher Analysis (MFA) in which we don’t select a certain number ofExpand
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Research on Vehicle Video Object Tracking Based on Mean-Shift Algorithm and Feature Matching
A tracking method based on the mean-shift algorithm tracking feature is brought out in order to realize object tracking under complex circumstances. The object is detected primarily and then trackedExpand
Effective aerial monitoring of cyanobacterial harmful algal blooms is dependent on understanding cellular migration.
Cyanobacterial harmful algal blooms (CHABs) degrade water quality and may produce toxins. The distribution of CHABs can change rapidly due to variations in population dynamics and environmentalExpand