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Digging deep for meaning: A critical hermeneutic analysis of CEO letters to shareholders in the oil industry

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Year
2002

Citation

Prasad, A., and Mir, R., 2002, Digging deep for meaning: A critical hermeneutic analysis of CEO letters to shareholders in the oil industry: Journal of Business Communication, v. 39, iss. 1, p. 92-116.

Summary

The distribution of CH 4 in unsaturated glacial and eolian deposits adjacent to buried low-level radioactive waste was measured, and movement of the gas from the waste source was simulated using a two-dimensional finite-difference model for gas diffusion in the unsaturated zone. Mean PCH 4 was greatest (1.56 Pa) in a pebbly-sand deposit 11.6 m below the land surface and 12 m from the waste, and generally decreased with increased horizontal distance from the waste. Mean PCH 4 was least (0.07 Pa) at depth of 1.8 m below land surface, regardless of distance from the waste. PCH 4 at the land surface averaged 0.17 Pa. Depth versus PCH 4 profiles suggest consumption of both waste-produced and atmospheric CH 4 in the upper unsaturated zone, [...]

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Prasad, A., Mir, R.

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  • Western Energy Citation Clearinghouse

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DOI WECC []
ISSN WECC 0021-9436

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