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Recent Study on Location Verification Based Neighbor Discovery for Shortest Routing in Underwater Acoustic Sensor Network

Researchers are currently examining an underwater acoustic sensor network in terms of energy consumption, shortest routing, and increased throughput. One of the most critical tasks in UASN’s shortest stable routing is neighbour discovery. The main goal of this paper is to find the shortest path by linking trustworthy nodes based on their location. The Al-Wahda…
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March 13, 2021 0

1 Carbon Isotopic Data Validate the New Model of Carbon Turnover

It is proposed that a new global redox carbon cycle model be created. It claims that the movement of the lithosphere plates has an effect on photosynthesis growth. Periodic injections of CO2 from plate collision zones are used to create the effect. In subduction zones, carbon dioxide is produced by the oxidation of sedimentary organic…
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March 13, 2021 0

Research on Green Roof Technology as a Sustainable Strategy to Improve Water Urban Availability

Water will be one of the most important resources for long-term urban development. In order to provide clean water to 3.7 billion more people in urban areas over the next forty years, the service will need to be expanded. As a result, an engineered redistribution of fresh water in space and time is needed. This…
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March 13, 2021 0

Study on Phytoremediation Potential of Sesuvium portulacastrum on Remediating Salt Affected Soil

The salt hyperaccumulating plant Sesuvium portulacastrum is a pioneer plant species used for desalination and phytoremediation. Abiotic constraints such as salinity and drought are tolerated by the plant. It can be used to remediate and restore salt-contaminated soils polluted by industrial effluents because it develops in extreme salinity. The textile industry has the greatest effect…
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March 13, 2021 0

Water Quality Variations within the Urban Stretch of a River in Nigeria

Sango-Otta in Nigeria is Ogun State’s industrial nerve centre. Many beverage and other related factories are located there. The River Atuara drains the densely populated industrial zone, which can pose a sanitation problem for users downstream of the urbanised stretch. This study aims to assess the quality of water in the river along its 13-kilometer…
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Research on Mykert-Sanzheevka Field of Polycomponent Ores (Pb, Zn, Ag, Au, PGE): Geologic-Substance Characteristics and Formation Features of Ore-Forming System

The latest findings from geologic-structural, petrographic, and mineralogic-geochemical studies of the Mykert-Sanzheevka ore field—the Uda-Vitim mineragenic region in West Transbaikalia’s south-west end—are presented. The research findings of noble-metal-polymetallic mineralization in the Mykert-Sanzheevka ore area are discussed in this paper. Losange represents the main ore-controlling system, which is made up of rhombohedral and tetrahedral blocks-duplexes mosaic…
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Recent Advancement on Radical Urban Development in the Egyptian Desert

Gardens’ City is a new city in a newly discovered region in Egypt’s western desert that has a lot of potential for growth. It is located in the modern Farafra Oasis. The site has agricultural and industrial economic bases, so it has a variety of potential aspects for long-term growth. The city centre is supposed…
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March 11, 2021 0

Critical Study on a Reclaimed Wastewater Allocation Optimization Model for Agricultural Irrigation

Water shortages in Iraq are caused by climate change, deforestation, civil wars, political instability, and a high rate of population growth, all of which are expected to worsen in the future. Due to the importance of agriculture in Iraq, which accounts for more than 75% of total demand, a long-term agricultural water allocation scheme is…
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March 11, 2021 0

Characterisation of Air Pollution on Trinidad’s North-West Coast (San Fernando to Port-of-Spain)

Air pollution is a complex mixture of poisonous gases and particulates that has been described as the world’s most serious environmental problem today, causing 7-10 million deaths globally per year [1,2]. Trinidad is the Caribbean’s most industrialised island, with a strong energy and petrochemical economy. In addition, seasonal Sahara dust has an effect (PM2.5). The…
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