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Effects of highway construction on stream water quality and macroinvertebrate condition in a mid-atlantic highlands watershed, USA.
- Yushun Chen, R. Viadero, Lian-Shin Lin
- Environmental ScienceJournal of environmental quality
- 23 June 2009
Implementing BMPs that address construction-impacted water quality parameters can be an effective mitigation strategy for future highway construction in this highlands region.
Eutrophication and heavy metal pollution patterns in the water suppling lakes of China's south-to-north water diversion project.
The development of China’s Yangtze River Economic Belt: how to make it in a green way?
A holistic assessment of water quality condition and spatiotemporal patterns in impounded lakes along the eastern route of China's South-to-North water diversion project.
Heavy metal gradients from rural to urban lakes in central China
Background Limited information is available on heavy metal patterns in lakes under rapid watershed urbanization, especially considering a large spatial gradient with a long linear distance and great…
Response of benthic macroinvertebrate communities to highway construction in an Appalachian watershed
- Lara B. Hedrick, S. Welsh, James T. Anderson, Lian-Shin Lin, Yushun Chen, Xinchao Wei
- Environmental ScienceHydrobiologia
- 12 January 2010
Highway construction in mountainous areas can result in sedimentation of streams, negatively impacting stream habitat, water quality, and biotic communities. We assessed the impacts of construction…
Occurrences of growth related target dissolved oxygen and ammonia in different catfish pond production systems in southeast Arkansas
Construction: limit China's sand mining
- Yushun Chen
- Environmental Science, MedicineNature
- 25 October 2017
A statewide network for monitoring agricultural water quality and water quantity in Arkansas
- M. Reba, M. Daniels, C. Henry
- Environmental ScienceJournal of Soil and Water Conservation
- 1 March 2013
The world population reached seven billion in 2011, and global population of nine billion is expected by 2050. To sustain agricultural production of food, fiber, feed, and fuel for the world…