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Uncertainty and equifinality in environmental modelling of ...
Uncertainty and equifinality in environmental modelling of ...

The ,consequences, of uncertainty in emission rate were, therefore, also examined by comparing the distribution in outputs obtained from the MCS where emission was assumed to be constant and a MCS where the emission was assumed to take a log-normal distribution with an ,arbitrary, CV of 0.5.

Toxic Tributaries: The Result of Hamstrung Regulation ...
Toxic Tributaries: The Result of Hamstrung Regulation ...

29/1/2021, · However, the process of coal mining, especially strip mining, can create extremely negative ,consequences, for the surrounding environment, wildlife, and local inhabitants. Strip mining includes blasting the surface of the mountaintops with explosives, removing the coal from the coal seams, and discharging the dredged or fill material into viable water streams.

Hydraulic Fracturing Wastewater: Treatment Reuse and ...
Hydraulic Fracturing Wastewater: Treatment Reuse and ...

This book provides a balanced discussion about the ,wastewater, generated by hydraulic fracturing operations, and how to manage it. It includes an in-depth discussion of the hydraulic fracturing process, the resulting water cycle, and the potential risks to groundwater, soil, and air.

Open Access | Open Access Publications
Open Access | Open Access Publications

» A complete version of the work and all supplemental materials, including a copy of the permission as stated above, in a suitable standard electronic format is deposited immediately upon initial publication in at least one online repository that is supported by an academic institution, scholarly society, government agency, or other well-established organization that seeks to enable Open ...

Nonthermal plasma‐activated water: A comprehensive review ...
Nonthermal plasma‐activated water: A comprehensive review ...

For instance, the presence of alanine, serine, proline, threonine, and glycine can be attributed to sweet flavors; leucine, valine, isoleucine, and methionine are helpful in forming bitter flavors; phenylalanine, histidine, and glutamic and aspartic ,acid, are recognizable by acidic tastes; and lysine, tyrosine, and aspartic ,acid, are synonymous with an aged flavor (F. J. Hidalgo & Zamora, 2016).

Uncertainty and equifinality in environmental modelling of ...
Uncertainty and equifinality in environmental modelling of ...

The ,consequences, of uncertainty in emission rate were, therefore, also examined by comparing the distribution in outputs obtained from the MCS where emission was assumed to be constant and a MCS where the emission was assumed to take a log-normal distribution with an ,arbitrary, CV of 0.5.

Federal Register :: Clean Water Act Hazardous Substances ...
Federal Register :: Clean Water Act Hazardous Substances ...

Section 311 (b) (2) (A) authorizes regulations designating hazardous substances, which when discharged in any quantity into waters subject to CWA jurisdiction, [ 3] present an imminent and substantial danger to public health or welfare, including, but not limited to, fish, shellfish, wildlife, shorelines, and beaches.

Exploring controls on the fate of PVP-capped silver ...
Exploring controls on the fate of PVP-capped silver ...

Exploring controls on the fate of PVP-capped silver nanoparticles in primary ,wastewater, treatment†. Stephen M. King * a, Helen P. Jarvie b, Michael J. Bowes b, Emma Gozzard b, Alan J. Lawlor c and M. Jayne Lawrence d a ISIS Facility, STFC Rutherford Appleton …

Nonthermal plasma‐activated water: A comprehensive review ...
Nonthermal plasma‐activated water: A comprehensive review ...

For instance, the presence of alanine, serine, proline, threonine, and glycine can be attributed to sweet flavors; leucine, valine, isoleucine, and methionine are helpful in forming bitter flavors; phenylalanine, histidine, and glutamic and aspartic ,acid, are recognizable by acidic tastes; and lysine, tyrosine, and aspartic ,acid, are synonymous with an aged flavor (F. J. Hidalgo & Zamora, 2016).

Hardrock River Rising | News Corps | University of ...
Hardrock River Rising | News Corps | University of ...

5/12/2015, · When these materials meet the groundwater within the mountain, combined with oxygen, they form ,acid, mine drainage — a toxic sludge containing a hodgepodge of heavy metal deposits. ,Acid, mine drainage can permeate through a waterway without causing immediate damage, but leaving toxic sediment that can potentially cause longterm damage to ecosystems.

Exploring controls on the fate of PVP-capped silver ...
Exploring controls on the fate of PVP-capped silver ...

Exploring controls on the fate of PVP-capped silver nanoparticles in primary ,wastewater, treatment†. Stephen M. King * a, Helen P. Jarvie b, Michael J. Bowes b, Emma Gozzard b, Alan J. Lawlor c and M. Jayne Lawrence d a ISIS Facility, STFC Rutherford Appleton …

Western States Petroleum Association Credible Solutions ...
Western States Petroleum Association Credible Solutions ...

“The ,discharge, of fluids recovered from a well during “well stimulation treatment,” as defined by CCR, title 14, section 1761 (including hydraulic fracturing, ,acid, fracturing, and ,acid, matrix stimulation), to land is prohibited. All recovered fluids shall be managed in containers.”

Mining water and human rights: making the connection
Mining water and human rights: making the connection

Younger et al. (2002) points to the documented ,consequences, of decreases in natural storage of groundwater decrease in natural recharge of aquifers (drying-up of springs) and decrease in rate of natural groundwater ,discharge, to streams. Water endowments can also be affected by ,acid, and metallif-

Federal Register :: Clean Water Act Hazardous Substances ...
Federal Register :: Clean Water Act Hazardous Substances ...

Section 311 (b) (2) (A) authorizes regulations designating hazardous substances, which when discharged in any quantity into waters subject to CWA jurisdiction, [ 3] present an imminent and substantial danger to public health or welfare, including, but not limited to, fish, shellfish, wildlife, shorelines, and beaches.

Hidden Consequences by Greenpeace International - Issuu
Hidden Consequences by Greenpeace International - Issuu

To make matters worse, there is also a general misconception that ,wastewater, treatment plants can eventually deal with all water pollutants, whatever their toxicity.

Western States Petroleum Association Credible Solutions ...
Western States Petroleum Association Credible Solutions ...

“The ,discharge, of fluids recovered from a well during “well stimulation treatment,” as defined by CCR, title 14, section 1761 (including hydraulic fracturing, ,acid, fracturing, and ,acid, matrix stimulation), to land is prohibited. All recovered fluids shall be managed in containers.”

Mining water and human rights: making the connection
Mining water and human rights: making the connection

Younger et al. (2002) points to the documented ,consequences, of decreases in natural storage of groundwater decrease in natural recharge of aquifers (drying-up of springs) and decrease in rate of natural groundwater ,discharge, to streams. Water endowments can also be affected by ,acid, and metallif-

Hidden Consequences by Greenpeace International - Issuu
Hidden Consequences by Greenpeace International - Issuu

To make matters worse, there is also a general misconception that ,wastewater, treatment plants can eventually deal with all water pollutants, whatever their toxicity.

Nonthermal plasma‐activated water: A comprehensive review ...
Nonthermal plasma‐activated water: A comprehensive review ...

For instance, the presence of alanine, serine, proline, threonine, and glycine can be attributed to sweet flavors; leucine, valine, isoleucine, and methionine are helpful in forming bitter flavors; phenylalanine, histidine, and glutamic and aspartic ,acid, are recognizable by acidic tastes; and lysine, tyrosine, and aspartic ,acid, are synonymous with an aged flavor (F. J. Hidalgo & Zamora, 2016).

PlHlfllA; PENNSYLVANIA MUNICIPAL AUTHORITIES ASSOCIATION
PlHlfllA; PENNSYLVANIA MUNICIPAL AUTHORITIES ASSOCIATION

pollutants of concern in this ,wastewater, where recycle/reuse or UIC disposal options are not available; • Comply with locally-derived water quality-based treatment requirements where necessary. The next obvious source of TDS-related water quality problems is ,acid, mine drainage (AMD) from abandoned, and some active, coal mining operations.

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