SCIREA Journal of Environment (ISSN: 2995-6919)

SCIREA Journal of Environment is an international, scientific peer-reviewed open access journal published online by SCIREA.

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K.M. Petrov
Abstract: Concepts concerning the major role of tectonic movements in the formation of morphostructures that caused the environmental features of the coastal zone are substantiated. Landscapes correspond to regional morphostructures, and morphological units of horizontal landscape dissection correspond to local morphostructures. The
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Gophen Moshe
Abstract: During a historical period of more than 100 years, the function of the P3 and P4 thoracic appendages in Daphnia was defined as filtering. The role of P3 and P4 flapping was indicated as the creator of internal water circulation aimed at gas exchange (respiration) and feeding mechanism. Precise examination of in vivo cinemat
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K.M. Petrov, A.S. Unagaev
Abstract: Natural factors, technical means for remote monitoring and methodology for interpreting remote sensing images are discussed. Natural factors that determine the monitoring conditions include hydrometeorological regime, topography, soil, and thickets of submerged aquatic vegetation. Submarine topographical features, soils and
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Daka Jimmy J, Joseph Nondo, Hyden Simwatachela
Abstract: Sorption of heavy metal ions by different pectin-rich materials such as waste citrus peels and pectin extracts is emerging as a low-cost and double-headed solution technique for metallic contaminant removal and biomass solid waste management. Heavy metal ions present in drinking water and foods have remained a challenge, as
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K.M. Petrov
Abstract: The study of analytical patterns in the evolution of individual components of the oceanosphere was laid down in oceanology by the programme of the first oceanological expedition aboard the Challenger at the end of the 19th century. The national geographical school solves problems that are relevant both in physical geography
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Li Baosheng, Li Sizhe
Abstract: Industrial experiments on the hydrometallurgical recovery of heavy metals were carried out to identify ways to prevent heavy metal leaching from stainless steel tail slag and provide a scientific basis for producing steel slag fertilizers. The results showed that the comprehensive recovery percentages for metals could reach
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ZHANG Jinzhong, FAN Xiangru, LIAO Yun, ZHANG Donghe, YANG Yijin
Abstract: With more and more oil and gas fields being exploited at home and abroad, serious corrosion problems have been caused to gathering and transportation pipelines, which has become a major problem affecting the safe production and transportation of oil and gas. Corrosion inhibitor is one of the most commonly used protection me
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Jaji Abdurrosyid, Fathul Ngalim, Renaningsih, Agus Riyanto, Gotot Slamet Mulyono
Abstract: Tirtomarto reservoir or their people call it the Delingan reservoir because of its location in the village of Delingan, Karanganyar District, Karanganyar Regency, Central Java Province in Indonesia, it has an important role in meeting irrigation needs for agricultural land covering area of ​​1380 ha every year, but over tim
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Zhiyuan Li, Zungang Wang, Hui Cui, Haijun Fan, Ying Wang, Li Fu, Xianyun Ai
Abstract: We developed a novel Thick Gas Electron Multiplier (THGEM) film based on simulation results. With new substrate material and homemade industrial PCB technology, the film has good stability, the gain of monolayer reaches 2×104 and the working voltage range exceeds 150V. Although the detection efficiency of monolayer THGEM de
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Kirill Petrov
Abstract: A system of units for detailed zoning is proposed reflecting the action of three factors: tectonic movements, subdivision of the shelf into three vertical belts and geographic zonation. The main initial unit of zoning of the shallow seabed is the underwater landscape. It occurs within one morphostructural county, one vertic
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