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Predicted ash hazards from potential eruptions at Nevado Sabancaya, Peru: HYSPLIT and remote sensing
Nevado Sabancaya (15°47'S, 71°51'W) produced a series of vulcanian eruptions from May 1990 through 1998. Ash from these eruptions falling onto the ice fields of Nevado Hualca Hualca (just north of Sabancaya volcano) melted ...
Modeling the Dynamic Complexities of the Urban Food Environment to Improve Access to Healthy Foods
Many low-income households in cities lack spatial and economic access to vendors that sell high quality and nutritious healthy foods, like fresh fruits and vegetables. This lack of access makes it difficult for low-income ...
Incorporating Advancements in Science, Technology, and User Demands into State-of-the-Art Earth-Systems Modeling to Empower Novel-GIS Users in Natural Resource Decision Making: A Geographic Information Systems Perspective
The scientific and technological world we live in is constantly changing; as our methods evolve, the discoveries we make brings new advancements each day. This can be seen in the changes to Geographic Information Systems ...
Modeling nonlinear sorption of trichloroethene in natural sorbents with kerogen
In the subsurface, chlorinated solvent sorption to aquifer materials hinders remediation efforts and makes predicting the transport and fate of chlorinated solvents in groundwater a nontrivial enterprise. Due to heterogeneity ...