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Sixty home made wine and sixty-four grape samples were collectedfrom five territories in Jordan, where grapes and wine aremostly producted. The collected samples were analyzed for themost used organochlorine pesticides (OCP) and organophosphorouspesticides (OPP) in Jordan, as well as for four...
The changes of the chemical composition in Latvianinland waters over the last twenty years weredetermined, based on data of the National MonitoringProgramme. Relationships between the water compositionwere studied. The chemical composition and seasonalchange pattern depend a lot on hydrological...
Almost any type of sample has some utilitywhen estimating population quantities. The focus inthis paper is to indicate what type or combination oftypes of sampling can be used in various situationsranging from a sample designed to establishcause-effect or legal challenge to one involving asimple...
The simultaneous behaviour of seven ecological indices(Hurlbert’s, Margalef’s, Menhinick’s, Shannon’s,species number, Jaccard’s and saprobic index) wasstudied based on phytoplankton data close to the shoreon the East coast of Sweden during the summer 1998.The sampling stations had a...
Soil erosion has both on-farm and off-farm impacts. Reductionof soil depth can impair the land’s productivity, and thetransport of sediments can degrade streams, lakes, and estuaries. Since 1933, soil conservation policies have existedin the United States. Originally they focused on the...
There are two issues in indicator development that have not been adequately addressed: (1) how to select an optimal combination of potentially redundant indicators that together best represent an endpoint, given cost constraints; (2) how to identify and evaluate indicators when the endpoint is...
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