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Acidity in Polar Ice Cores - North American Acid Rain History Recorded in the Greenland Ice Sheet and the Natural Patterns of Acid and Base Aerosols in Antarctica
pH is a master variable that controls many chemical reactions in nature due to the abundance of acids and bases in the Earth environment. A novel method for continuously measuring pH and acidity in ice cores is applied ...
Drivers of Spatial Dispersion and Residence Time of Coarse Sediment in Gravel-Bed Rivers
Transport of coarse sediment in gravel-bed streams alternates between mobile and immobile phases. Mobilized sediment disperses primarily in the streamwise and vertical directions. While travel times of sediment in the ...
Toward the Use of Modern Hydrologic Modeling Tools in Paleoclimate Studies
For decades, paleoclimatological proxy data such as tree rings, stable isotope data, and shore line dating of pluvial lakes, have been used to reconstruct past climate by means of simple water and energy balances. The lack ...
Impact of Climate Change on Surface and Subsurface Water Interaction and Riparian Vegetation: Linkage between Hydrology and Invasive Tamarisk in a Semi-Arid Basin
Long-term assessment of climate change impacts on water resources is essential for developing management strategies. They are even more important in semi-arid basins of the southwestern United States where effects of changes ...