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2024 journal article

The Variation in the Water Level of Lake Baikal and Its Relationship with the Inflow and Outflow

WATER, 16(4).

By: V. Sinyukovich*, A. Georgiadi, P. Groisman n, O. Borodin* & I. Aslamov*

author keywords: lake water budget; water level; river water discharge; hydrotechnical regulation; reconstruction of natural water regime; multi-year changes
Source: Web Of Science
Added: March 18, 2024

2024 article

Community-Driven Development of Tools to Improve AI-Readiness of the Open Environmental Data

Rao, Y., Redmon, R., & Khin, E. (2024, March 9).

By: Y. Rao*, R. Redmon & E. Khin

Source: ORCID
Added: March 15, 2024

2024 article

Soil moisture conditions alter behavior of entomopathogenic nematodes

Frankenstein, D., Luu, M. S., Luna-Ayala, J., Willett, D. S., & Filgueiras, C. S. (2024, February 7). JOURNAL OF THE SCIENCE OF FOOD AND AGRICULTURE.

By: D. Frankenstein*, M. Luu*, J. Luna-Ayala*, D. Willett n & C. Filgueiras*

author keywords: parasitic nematodes; host-seeking behavior; biological control; integrated pest management; belowground behavior; sustainable agriculture
Source: Web Of Science
Added: February 19, 2024

2024 journal article

The effect of heterogeneous severe drought on all-cause and cardiovascular mortality in the Northern Rockies and Plains of the United States


author keywords: All -cause mortality; Cardiovascular mortality; Climate change; Drought; Risk ratio; Power prior
TL;DR: The results showed that a model with properly accounted for heterogeneous exposure pattern had greater risk ratios if statistically significant; a mid-term (6-month) severe drought had higher risk ratios compared to longer-term (12-month) drought; and different severe droughts affect populations in a different way. (via Semantic Scholar)
Source: Web Of Science
Added: January 16, 2024

2024 journal article

Assessing the relationship between cyanobacterial blooms and respiratory-related hospital visits: Green bay, Wisconsin 2017-2019


By: J. Murray*, A. Lavery*, B. Schaeffer*, B. Seegers*, A. Pennington*, E. Hilborn*, S. Boerger*, J. Runkle n ...

author keywords: Cyanobacteria; Harmful algal blooms; CyanoHABs; Satellite imagery; Respiratory health; Electronic health records (EHRs)
TL;DR: The relationship between estimated cyanobacteria biomass and the frequency of respiratory-related hospital visits for residents living near Green Bay, Lake Michigan, Wisconsin during 2017-2019 is examined to provide a template for future studies that assess the association between cyanobacterial blooms and respiratory health. (via Semantic Scholar)
Source: Web Of Science
Added: December 18, 2023

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