Science of the Total Environment
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Managing dams for energy and fish tradeoffs: What does a win-win solution take?
Mapping dynamics of soil organic matter in croplands with MODIS data and machine learning algorithms.
Spatiotemporal transition of institutional and socioeconomic impacts on vegetation productivity in Central Asia over last three decades.
Impacts of drainage, restoration and warming on boreal wetland greenhouse gas fluxes.
Nitrogen removal rates in a frigid high-altitude river estimated by measuring dissolved N2 and N2O.
Influences of agricultural land use composition and distribution on nitrogen export from a subtropical watershed in China.
The water-energy nexus at water supply and its implications on the integrated water and energy management.
Early stage litter decomposition across biomes.
Genesis, goals and achievements of Long-Term Ecological Research at the global scale: A critical review of ILTER and future directions.
The next generation of site-based long-term ecological monitoring: Linking essential biodiversity variables and ecosystem integrity.
Spruce-fir forest changes during a 30-year nitrogen saturation experiment.
Persistent organic pollutants in the Atlantic and southern oceans and oceanic atmosphere.
Evaluating the effectiveness of the Minamata Convention on Mercury: Principles and recommendations for next steps.
A new framework for selecting environmental surrogates.
Quantifying the link between crop production and mined groundwater irrigation in China.
Spectral analysis of coniferous foliage and possible links to soil chemistry: are spectral chlorophyll indices related to forest floor dissolved organic C and N?
Light extinction by fine atmospheric particles in the White Mountains region of New Hampshire and its relationship to air mass transport.
VARIABILITY OF PARTICULATE TRACE-ELEMENT EMISSIONS FROM THE COLUMBIA COAL-FIRED POWER-PLANT, PORTAGE, WISCONSIN
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