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Seasonal dynamics and storage of particulate organic matter within bed sediment of three streams with contrasted riparian vegetation and morphology
Methane emissions from wetlands in the zone of discontinuous permafrost: Fort Simpson, Northwest Territories, Canada
Effects of land use, climate variation, and N deposition on N cycling and C storage in northern hardwood forests
Discussion of Regulatory Requirements and Air Dispersion Modeling Approaches Applicable to U.S. Chemical Demilitarization Facilities
Abstraction of mechanistic sorption model results for performance assessment calculations at Yucca Mountain, Nevada
Geomechanical and Thermal Effects on Moisture Flow at the Proposed Yucca Mountain Nuclear Waste Repository
KITTANNING BYPASS STATE ROUTE 6028, SECTION 015, ALLEGHENY VALLEY EXPRESSWAY TO TRAFFIC ROUTE 28/66, ARMSTRONG COUNTY, PENNSYLVANIA.
CONTAINER SYSTEM FOR THE MANAGEMENT OF NAVAL SPENT NUCLEAR FUEL, IDAHO NATIONAL ENGINEERING LABORATORY, BONNEVILLE COUNTY, IDAHO.
The primary supposition about renewable forms of energy is that use of such resources will not result in depletion or exhaustion. While it is true that natural energy flows such as sun and wind are not directly subject to degradation by use, there may still be indirect limitations on renewability. The exploitation of natural energy flows may require that systems of nonrenewable "support" resources be used to capture, store, and convert natural energy into useful forms. Poor resource management practices that degrade the support resources may therefore, in effect, endanger renewability. Biomass is an illustrative case of a renewable energy resource with nonrenewable support components. The soil and water management...