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Leaf photosynthetic traits scale with hydraulic conductivity and wood density in Panamanian forest canopy trees
We investigated how water transport capacity, wood density and wood anatomy were related to leaf photosynthetic traits in two lowland forests in Panama. Leaf-specific hydraulic conductivity (kL) ofExpand
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Atmospheric nitrogen deposition promotes carbon loss from peat bogs
Peat bogs have historically represented exceptional carbon (C) sinks because of their extremely low decomposition rates and consequent accumulation of plant remnants as peat. Among the factorsExpand
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Axial and radial water transport and internal water storage in tropical forest canopy trees
Abstract. Heat and stable isotope tracers were used to study axial and radial water transport in relation to sapwood anatomical characteristics and internal water storage in four canopy tree speciesExpand
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Could some coral reefs become sponge reefs as our climate changes?
Coral reefs across the world have been seriously degraded and have a bleak future in response to predicted global warming and ocean acidification (OA). However, this is not the first time thatExpand
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Reduced Diversity and High Sponge Abundance on a Sedimented Indo-Pacific Reef System: Implications for Future Changes in Environmental Quality
Although coral reef health across the globe is declining as a result of anthropogenic impacts, relatively little is known of how environmental variability influences reef organisms other than coralsExpand
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Cowpox: reservoir hosts and geographic range.
It is generally accepted that the reservoir hosts of cowpox virus are wild rodents, although direct evidence for this is lacking for much of the virus's geographic range. Here, through a combinationExpand
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Transmission dynamics of a zoonotic pathogen within and between wildlife host species
The transmission dynamics of the cowpox virus infection have been quantified in two mixed populations of bank voles (Clethrionomys glareolus) and wood mice (Apodemus sylvaticus), through analyses ofExpand
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Evaluation and optimisation of underwater visual census monitoring for quantifying change in rocky-reef fish abundance
Monitoring is essential for effective conservation and management but the ability of monitoring to deliver accurate and precise measures of changes in abundance is often not evaluated, particularlyExpand
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Estimating Maximum Possible Environmental Loading Amounts of Cryptosporidium parvum Attributable to Adult Beef Cattle
Populations of beef cattle represent a potential non-point source of environmental contamination for Cryptosporidium parvum if on-farm management practices fail to minimize transport from bovineExpand
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Metal Deficiency in Two Massive Dead Galaxies at z ∼ 2
Author(s): Morishita, T; Abramson, LE; Treu, T; Wang, X; Brammer, GB; Kelly, P; Stiavelli, M; Jones, T; Schmidt, KB; Trenti, M; Vulcani, B | Abstract: © 2018. The American Astronomical Society. AllExpand
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