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Evaluating abnormalities in daily transpiration patterns across tree species in a semi-arid climate
Climate change causes shifts in precipitation, temperature, shifting climate zones and more, thus affecting the ecology and hydrologic feedbacks of many environments, specifically those existing in already warm, arid ...
Monitoring bedrock vadose zone water storage dynamics with time-lapse borehole nuclear magnetic resonance well logging
Bedrock vadose zone water storage dynamics are a critical component of the hydrologic cycle in many catchments, but direct observations of these dynamics are rare. Nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR) methods are sensitive to ...
A modern distribution of foraminifera to reconstruct environmental change offshore Galveston Bay, Texas
Sand is an important resource for coastal engineering. In Texas, many offshore sand deposits are found buried in Holocene fluvial sediments or estuarine environments like tidal channels or bayhead, flood, and ebb tide ...