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    • ...and sustainability of a drinking water supply system and human exposure... via water consumption. This study analyzed... ...selected EDCs in source (river water, n = 10) and... supply (tap water, n = 155) points... ...was detected in the drinking water supply system in Malaysia.... ...water (up...
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    • ...leading to the electrification of water when it comes in contact... ...excess positive charges incurred on water droplets that are dispensed from... ...the presence/absence of a water reservoir inside the capillary;... ...these surfaces are submerged in water, hydrated cations form an... ...water-...
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    • Phosphate dosing is used by water utilities to prevent plumbosolvency in... water supply networks. However, there... ...concentrations are modified in drinking water systems. In this study,... ...bioreactors supplied with local drinking water treated to provide different phosphate... ...water....
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    • ...bentonite soil amendment on field water-holding capacity, plant available water, and crop photosynthesis and... ...< 0.05) increased field water-holding capacity and plant available... water in the 0–40 cm... ...development (SPAD) and leaf water use efficiency (WUE).... ...and soil water-...
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    • ...Basin based on soil and water conservation methods and rainfall analyses... ...results revealed that soil and water conservation projects were responsible for... ...retention due to reservoirs and water diversion projects was responsible for...
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    • Overflow water from the Nordic Seas comprises... ...to calculate how similar two water parcels are, based on... ...overflows. After subducting, the water progresses southward along several ridge...
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    • The uniqueness of water originates from its three-dimensional... ...most characteristic feature of interfacial water, the molecular-level understanding... ...free OH at the air/water interface using time-resolved heterodyne... ...H2O and isotopically-diluted water interfaces are determined to...
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    • ...unique in the history of water mills. The lower mills... ...elbow shaped flume to bring water onto overshot millwheels. This... ...specially adapted to the small water basins and serial arrangement of... ...slope. Carbonate deposits from ancient water systems are therefore a powerful...
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    • ...on vibration and stability of water conveying nanotubes. We present... ...mechanics (HCMM), we determined water viscosity variations inside the nanotube... ...a multiphase structure of nanoconfined water in nanotubes. Water was seen as vapor at... ...middle, and liquid water in the nanotube...
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    • ...and resource managers to mitigate water scarcity, yet such forecasts... ...we demonstrate that the annual water supply of the Colorado River... ...show that prolonged shortages of water supply in the Colorado River... ...the Colorado River basin, the water deficits can reduce crop yield...
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    • ...quite quickly when threatened with water. A squirt from the... ...relevant fluid dynamics and flee water threats in domestic and natural... ..., waves, and pools of water. Our findings elucidate drain... ...with a wide range of water threats and almost never get...
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    • Water scarcity is a global issue... ...farms probably have irrigation in water scarce regions across LMICs,... ...of small-scale farmers in water scarce regions. We mapped... ...-farm interventions used to combat water scarcity from 560 publications and... ...at risk of water scarcity and the...
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    • ...for the oldest known zeolite water purification filtration system occurs in... ...an important source of drinking water at Tikal during the Late... ...yr B.P. the drinking water in the Corriental reservoir water was filtered through a mixture... ...toxins from drinking water. The occurrence...
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    • In the carbonate-water system, at equilibrium, the... ...the isotopic composition of host water in which the carbonate is... ...study, lake surface sediment and water samples were collected from 33... ...distribution. Our results show that water oxygen isotopic composition (δ18Owater... ...water...water
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    • ...(14C) reconstructions of intermediate waters in the mid- to... ...carbon, mixing of extremely isolated waters from the abyssal ocean or... ...changes in sites of deep-water ventilation. Here we present... ...coral 14C records of intermediate waters from the Galápagos Platform—close... ...-water...
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    • ..., aquaporins) that preferentially transport water molecules while rejecting even the... ...protein channels in these synthetic water channels remains a challenge.... ...the dimensionality of the synthetic water channels also imposes engineering difficulties... ...allowing fast water permeation (...
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    • ...of protein molecules with solvent water. The “solvent slaving”... ...coupled to various aspects of water such as bulk solvent viscosity... ...the hydration layer and bulk water. These observations indicate that... ...of protein molecules and solvent water under the range of conditions...
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    • ...will operate to manage scarce water resources. We elucidate the... ...decades, although the risk of water shortage in Egypt is relatively... ...and Sudan without significantly affecting water users in Egypt. Management...
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    • Soil water retention determines plant water availability and contaminant transport processes... ...usually difficult to measure soil water retention characteristics. In this... ...was presented for estimating soil water retention curves. The concept... ..., bulk density, and residual water content at
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    • ...in energy availability and conserve water. The metabolic adaptations that... ...physiological adaptation to energy and water shortage. Aestivators exploit amino... ...osmolyte production, which allows parallel water conservation. Moreover, this process...
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    • Clean water free of bacteria is a... ...in areas where no centralized water facilities are available. Conventional... ...g L−1) in the water samples within a range of... ...could provide an alternative decentralized water disinfection approach like rural areas...
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    • ...drives animals to consume pure water. Conversely, the loss of... ...in which animals seek both water and minerals (salts) to... ...-modality-specific cell types recapitulated water-specific and non-specific fluid...
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    • ...undrained triaxial tests and pore water pressure measurements of saturated samples... ...volume changes and excess pore water pressure. The experimental test... ...stress strain response curves, pore water pressure generation curves, and...