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Remote sensing and hydrological modeling of burn scars
This study examined the potential usefulness of combining remote sensing data with hydrologic models and mapping tools available from Geographic Information Systems (GIS), to evaluate the effects of wildfire. Four subprojects ...
Bite force estimation of Smilodon fatalis using forward and inverse methodologies
Bite force estimates of extinct species can lead to establishing many hypotheses about the extinct animals. This work is focused on estimating the bite forces of an extinct cat Smilodon fatalis . Bite forces were estimated ...
Turbulence and velocity barriers to upstream emerald shiner ( Notropis atherinoides ) movement: A field study at Broderick Park, Buffalo - NY
Physical modifications near the head of the upper Niagara River in the form of river dredging and construction of vertical seawalls are assumed to have resulted in the channelization of the river leading to increased water ...
Cause and Management of Infrequent Widespread Blue Green Algal Bloom in Temperate Waters
Blue-green algal (BGA) blooms have been reported more often in recent years as a threat to human health and natural resources. In order to understand widespread BGA blooms that occur only occasionally in many smaller water ...