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This paper describes the design, development, and initial application of a sensor-actuated network for sensing and sampling microbial communities in aquatic ecosystems. The network consists of ten stationary buoys and one mobile robotic boat for real-time, in situ measurements and analysis of...
Field investigations in the hydrologic sciences often are limited by the ability to collect data at the high spatiotemporal resolution necessary to build accurate predictive models or to control complex engineered systems in real time. Here, we describe LakeNet, an embedded wireless sensor...
Each year in the United States, combined sewer overflow (CSO) events result in the release of 850 billion gallons of untreated wastewater into lakes and rivers, causing drinking water contamination, human illness, animal and fish kills, and eutrophication. This paper examines the ability of an...
Ecological observatories are a new class of multiuser research infrastructure designed and deployed to address a broad range of continental-scale ecological questions that until only recently were not technologically feasible. These highly networked ecological observatories, spread across the...
This work investigates the influence of soil type on electrodialytic remediation (EDR) of lead (Pb). In electrokinetic soil remediation, it is well known that pH is a key factor and that carbonate influences remediation efficiency negatively. This work provides results from laboratory-scale EDR...
We analytically studied the flow field in multiple fluid sphere systems in low Knudsen number regime. The expanded zero vorticity cell model, based on Kuwabara's theory (1959), and the zero shear stress model of Happel (1958) were applied to bubbles and liquid spheres; solid spheres with the...
The population of Turkey is increasing very rapidly. The population and urbanization in the large cities have increased due to a heavy immigration rate from rural areas to access job opportunities, better education, and better health facilities in the cities. While the population rate in the...
Emergency response and spill monitoring in coastal and near-shore environments are enhanced with the availability and use of real-time environmental data coupled with numerical simulation in an adaptive sampling framework. Invariably the various modules often exist on different computing...
Increasing demands on water supplies, along with concerns about non-point source pollution, and water quality–based ecological factors all point to the need for observing stream flow perturbations and pollutant discharges at higher resolution than has been practical until now. This work...
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