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Effects of Surface Properties of Rocky Areas on Overland Flow Generation in an Arid Area

Overland flow is commonly thought to be a significant factor to channel flow. This technique is particularly appropriate in arid watersheds where base flow is meaningless, and notably in tiny watersheds where non-climatic elements such as lithology, topography, and local surface qualities can have a significant impact on overland flow generation. Understanding overland flow generation…
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Toxicity in Acid Sulfate Soil, Mekong Delta, Viet Nam: Sources, Dynamics, Effect and Resolve

Toxic in both the water and the soil Even with people living or surviving with low productivity, the environment is exceedingly tough for plants and animals, owing to poisons in the environment. When the soil is excavated, oxygen comes into touch with pyrite and produces pyrite. The goal of the study is to determine the…
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Geochemistry of Sulphides from Papua New Guinea: Golpu and Nambonga North Porphyry Cu-Au Deposits, Wafi-Golpu Mineral District

The hydrothermal fluids responsible for ore production can be distinguished by studying the elemental geochemistry of hypogene sulphides. We compare the trace element compositions of drill core chalcopyrites and pyrites analysed using Laser Ablation Inductively Coupled Plasma Mass Spectrometry to see if the Golpu porphyry Cu-Au deposits are related to the Nambonga North porphyry system,…
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Study on European Beech Annual Tree Ring Widths Time Series, Solar–Climatic Relationships and Solar Dynamo Regime Changes

The findings of an investigation of yearly ring widths (‘Dm’) time series of two “extremely sensitive” to climate and solar–climate correlations of long lived European beech (Fagus sylvatica) samples (on ages of 209 1 and 245 5 years, respectively) are addressed in this work. Both series have excellent expression and are related to the 20–22-year…
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Effects of Unloading Groundwater on Aquifer Sorage and Water Availability

Excessive groundwater withdrawal has long been known to cause soil subsidence [1]. Northern China is increasingly exploiting its water resources, fueled by decades of vigorous food self-sufficiency efforts [2]. Large areas of groundwater depletion cone and land subsidence are related with exceptional water resource mining in this agro-politically sensitive region [3]. However, studies in the…
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December 21, 2021 0

Promising Recovery Directions for Waste Plastic as an Energy Source: A Brief Overview

The goal of this research is to present a summary of energy recovery from waste plastics, which could be used as an alternative energy source in the near future. For a developing country like India, energy security and the transition to a thriving low-carbon economy are vital. India may be able to increase its energy…
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Retrofits of Residential Buildings to Slow the Climate Change

Starting with the definition of net zero emission as the key to understanding climate change, this brief overview article demonstrates to the reader that the only way to accelerate the green revolution is through a broad public-private education and demonstration programme about the need to reinvest in the next generation of retrofitted buildings, rather than…
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Feasibility of De-carbonization of Air-transportation to and from the Island of Crete, Greece

Clean energy transition is a critical and pressing issue in European islands that are contributing to the global effort to mitigate climate change. The Greek island of Crete is a famous tourist destination, with the majority of visitors arriving and departing by plane. The tourism industry dominates the Cretan economy, accounting for over half of…
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Study on Climate Change Impacts on Restionaceae Species in Jonkershoek, South Africa

The Cape Floristic Region (CFR), which includes the Restionaceae species of the Fynbos biome, is endangered by urbanisation, agricultural development, groundwater extraction, and climate change. As a result, it’s critical to assess and monitor the impact of climate change on Restionaceae species. Because South Africa is a semi-arid country, hydrological considerations play a big role…
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Determination of Hydrological Niche of Restionaceae Species in Silvermine, South Africa

The Fynbos biome’s Restionaceae plants are part of the Cape Floristic Region (CFR), one of the world’s only six floristic kingdoms. Urbanization, agricultural growth, and groundwater extraction are all threats. As a result, the Restionaceae family must be assessed and monitored. Because South Africa is a semi-arid country, hydrological considerations play a big role in…
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