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Arsenic (As) and cadmium (Cd) are two toxic elements found in rice (Oryza sativa L.) grain that pose threats to human health. While attention has focused on major rice‐growing regions, rice has been grown on small‐scale farms in the northeastern United States since approximately 2005, but the...
This study focuses on japonica rice (Oryza sativa L. ssp. japonica) and examines how product attributes, consumer attitudes, consumer demographics, and regional differences influence different categories of the daily purchase prices of japonica rice in China. Online questionnaires were...
Raindrop impact derives from the kinetic energy of falling raindrops. Determining the kinetic energy of rainfall requires the size distribution and terminal velocity of raindrops, which necessitates complex instrumentation. To avoid this, empirical relations have been developed that relate...
Current research on bioenergy crops shows that perennial grasses can yield substantial amounts of dry biomass with relatively low inputs of water and fertilizer. In order to minimize competition with food production, it has been suggested that bioenergy crops could be directed to land areas less...
Phosphorus (P) removal structures are a new best management practice for filtering dissolved P in non‐point drainage from legacy P soils through use of P sorption materials (PSMs). Structures must be designed according to characteristics of the site (hydrology and constraints) and PSMs to be...
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