Exposed

Author: Laura Griffin
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
ISBN: 1451689365
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Exposed Or Not Exposed

Author: Nardia Ali
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Amendments to the federal Pulp & Paper Effluent Regulations (1992) required pulp and paper mills to conduct an environmental effects monitoring (EEM) program to determine if fish, fish habitat, and utilization of the fisheries resource ...

Gravel Bed Rivers

Author: Michael Church
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
ISBN: 0470688904
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Open symbols indicate exposed tracers and closed symbols indicate buried
tracers. Competent flow duration was estimated using published information
about flow duration exceedence frequency in Allt Dubhaig and an individual
hydrograph analysis in Carnation Creek. Published values taken from Hassan (
1990), Haschenburger (2011), and Lenzi (2004), plus original observations for
Allt Dubhaig (R. Ferguson, pers. comm., 2010). Figure 5.4 Exchange probabilities
based on a ...

Untraceable

Author: Laura Griffin
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
ISBN: 1439163189
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Beyond Limits

Author: Laura Griffin
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
ISBN: 1451689357
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FBI agent Elizabeth LeBlanc works with a man from her past, Navy SEAL Derek Vaughn, and the forensics experts at the Delphi Center to expose a secret terrorist cell operating on American soil.

Isotope Tracers In Catchment Hydrology

Author: Carol Kendall
Publisher: Elsevier
ISBN: 9780444501554
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The most commonly applied nuclides for erosion rate measurements are 3He, l°
Be, 26Al and 36Cl. Until recently, use of these nuclides was restricted to
determining denudation rates of exposed bedrock outcrops: recently, several
research groups have begun to measure nuclide abundances in sediments with
the goal of estimating basin-scale rates of denudation. 19.2.1 Cosmogenic
nuclides in exposed outcrops The abundance of a cosmogenic nuclide in a
sample of outcropping ...

The Use Of Fluorescent Tracers As An Index Of Dermal Exposure To Pesticides

Author: Lowell Ashbaugh
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The following factors were felt to be requirements for a suitable tracer : 1. Toxicity-
the material must be non-toxic in terms of dermal, respirable, and gastro-
intestinal exposure. 2. The tracer must be of a similar nature to pesticide in terms
of dermal exposure mechanism; i.e. the transfer properties of the tracer from
foliage to worker must be similar to those of pesticide. 3. The tracer must not
change fluorescence intensity over time, or when exposed to environmental
variables such as ...

At Close Range

Author: Laura Griffin
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
ISBN: 1476761752
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Police detective Daniele Harper turns to the Delphi Center crime lab for help in investigating a high-profile double murder, but regrets it when her attraction to their chief firearms examiner threatens her focus on the case.

Isotopic Tracers In Biology

Author: Martin D. Kamen
Publisher: Elsevier
ISBN: 1483274330
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... Ruben, in collaboration with Hassid and Kamen," began experiments using the
short-lived carbon isotope C" (half-life, 20.5 min.). The plan of research was
simple. Green plants or algae, actively photosynthesizing CO2, were exposed to
tracer quantities of the gas labeled with C". At various times, determined by the
nature of the experiment, the plants were killed by boiling in ethanol or water. The
resulting suspension was fractionated, and the fractions were assayed for
radioactivity.