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2018-8-25 · PAGE 1 180 Free-Living Bacteria or Attached Ba cteria: Which Contributes More to Bioremediation? Roger D. Painter 1 Shawkat Kochary 1 and Tom D. Byl 2,1 1 Civil and Environmental Engine ering, Tennessee State Univ ersity, Nashville, TN 37209 2 U.S. Geological Survey, 640 Grassmere Park, Suite 100, Nashville, TN 37211 ABSTRACT Researchers have …

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ular, the ka rst processes we re probably enha nced in the late Pli ocene epoch thank s to a wetter and cooler clima te ( Huntington et al., 20 00; Peizhen et al., 2 001 ).

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immediately applicable to a kars t aquifer. A third type of model is based on a systemic ap proach, as ini tiated by (Man gin, 1984) . The karst is con sidered

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If a geomorphologist is able to identify landforms from an aerial photograph or a Digital Terrain Model, then it should be possible for a computer to mimic the same process. The Landform Classification System (LCS) was created to allow for the automated identification of landforms from a Digital Terrain Model. The system uses a combination of a Network-Integrated …

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flow v elocity i n the output kars t ne twork i s very l ow (<0.5 cm /sec), the filling is 395 mainly co mposed o f sort ed fine l œss with residual cha lky depos it .

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2021-2-10 · These processes may explain why dissolution within th e conduit occurred only during 30% of the sampling times. Although conduit wall retreat in the sink-rise system has daily rates comparable to those from telogenetic settings, this dissolution is no t continuous.

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The traditio nal process of kars ti ... a labyrint hine-type ne twork (Fig. 5) with dead-end galleries and no hi-erarchy to the network organisation (Bruxelles and Bruxelles, 2002).

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The traditio nal process of kars ti ... a labyrint hine-type ne twork (Fig. 5) with dead-end galleries and no hi-erarchy to the network organisation (Bruxelles and …

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Department of Neuroscience, University of. Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh, P A, USA. The core features of schizophrenia include deficits in cognitive processes mediated by the circuitry of the ...

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2018-8-25 · PAGE 1 180 Free-Living Bacteria or Attached Ba cteria: Which Contributes More to Bioremediation? Roger D. Painter 1 Shawkat Kochary 1 and Tom D. Byl 2,1 1 Civil and Environmental Engine ering, Tennessee State Univ ersity, Nashville, TN 37209 2 U.S. Geological Survey, 640 Grassmere Park, Suite 100, Nashville, TN 37211 ABSTRACT Researchers have implied that natural bioremediation in karst …

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2014-12-1 · Applications of graph theory have proliferated across the academic spectrum in recent years. Whereas geosciences and landscape ecology have made rich use of graph theory, its use seems limited in ...

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Indirect ind icators are cr itically im portant for re cognizing hy pogene kars t that is too deep- ... but not where it has been redistributed by local surface processes (Tewksbury et al., 2012).

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2021-2-10 · page 1 controls on the generation of secondary porosity in eogenetic karst: examples from san salvador island, bahamas and north-central florida, usa by paul j. moore a dissertation presented to the graduate school of the university of flor ida in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the degree of doctor of philosophy university of florida 2009 1

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proposed to explain the surpr ising presence of still-soft elements in fossil bone. These results suggest that present models of fossilization processes may be incomplete and that soft tissue ...

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The assumed Lez hydrogeological basin boundaries. The dark blue areas correspond to main aquifer outcrops, light green areas are perched aquifers and white areas are …