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  • Warming and Elevated CO2 Have Opposing Influences on Transpiration. Which is more Important?

    Warming and Elevated CO2 Have Opposing Influences on Transpiration. Which is more Important?

    Current Forestry Reports, Springer | March 14, 2018...
    Summary

    Plant transpiration is a key component of the terrestrial water cycle, and it is important to understand whether rates are likely to increase...

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  • Transboundary geophysical mapping of geological elements and salinity distribution critical for the assessment of future sea water intrusion in response to sea level rise

    Transboundary geophysical mapping of geological elements and salinity distribution critical for the assessment of future sea water intrusion in response to sea level rise

    European Geosciences Union | July 4, 2012...
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    Geophysical techniques are increasingly being used as tools for characterising the subsurface, and they are generally required to develop subsurface models that properly...

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  • Synthesis of Studies in the Fall Low-Salinity Zone of the San Francisco Estuary, September–December 2011

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    Synthesis of Studies in the Fall Low-Salinity Zone of the San Francisco Estuary, September–December 2011

    U.S. Geological Survey (USGS) | July 14, 2014...
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    In fall 2011, a large-scale investigation (fall low-salinity habitat investigation) was implemented by the Bureau of Reclamation in cooperation with the Interagency Ecological...

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