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Novel Microelectrode-Based Online System for Monitoring N2O Gas Emissions during Wastewater Treatment

23.10.2014 | Ricardo Marques; Adrian Oehmen; Maite Pijuan, Environmental Science & Technology, 2014

Clark-type nitrous oxide (N2O) microelectrodes are commonly used for measuring dissolved N2O levels, but have not previously been tested for gas-phase applications, where the N2O emitted from wastewater systems can be directly quantified. In this study, N2O microelectrodes were tested and ...


Sustainability, Vol. 6, Pages 7263-7275: Wireless Sensor Network Powered by a Terrestrial Microbial Fuel Cell as a Sustainable Land Monitoring Energy System

22.10.2014 | Pietrelli, Andrea ; Micangeli, Andrea ; Ferrara, Vincenzo ; Raffi, Alessandro, Sustainability, 2014

This work aims at investigating the possibility of a wireless sensor network powered by an energy harvesting technology, such as a microbial fuel cell (MFC). An MFC is a bioreactor that transforms energy stored in chemical bonds of organic compounds into electrical energy. This process takes ...


Warming Influences Mg2+ Content, While Warming and Acidification Influence Calcification and Test Strength of a Sea Urchin

17.10.2014 | Maria Byrne; Abigail M. Smith; Samantha West; Marie Collard; Philippe Dubois; Alexia Graba-landry; Symon A Dworjanyn, Environmental Science & Technology, 2014

We examined the long-term effects of near-future changes in temperature and acidification on skeletal mineralogy, thickness, and strength in the sea urchin Tripneustes gratilla reared in all combinations of three pH (pH 8.1, 7.8, 7.6) and three temperatures (22 °C, 25 °C, 28 °C) from the early ...


Tropical Intraseasonal Modes of the Atmosphere

17.10.2014 | Yolande L. Serra; Xianan Jiang; Baijun Tian; Jorge Amador-Astua; Eric D. Maloney; George N. Kiladis, Annual Review of Environment and Resources, 2014

Tropical intraseasonal variability (TISV) of the atmosphere describes the coherent variability in basic state variables, including pressure, wind, temperature, and humidity, as well as in the physical phenomena associated with the covariability of these parameters, such as rainfall and ...


IJERPH, Vol. 11, Pages 10694-10709: Predictiveness of Disease Risk in a Global Outreach Tourist Setting in Thailand Using Meteorological Data and Vector-Borne Disease Incidences

16.10.2014 | Ninphanomchai, Suwannapa ; Chansang, Chitti ; Hii, Yien Ling; Rocklöv, Joacim ; Kittayapong, Pattamaporn, International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health, 2014

Dengue and malaria are vector-borne diseases and major public health problems worldwide. Changes in climatic factors influence incidences of these diseases. The objective of this study was to investigate the relationship between vector-borne disease incidences and meteorological data, and hence ...


Sustainability, Vol. 6, Pages 7107-7120: Infrared Thermography Assessment of Thermal Bridges in Building Envelope: Experimental Validation in a Test Room Setup

16.10.2014 | Bianchi, Francesco ; Pisello, Anna Laura; Baldinelli, Giorgio ; Asdrubali, Francesco, Sustainability, 2014

Thermal infrared imaging is a valuable tool to perform non-destructive qualitative tests and to investigate buildings envelope thermal-energy behavior. The assessment of envelope thermal insulation, ventilation, air leakages, and HVAC performance can be implemented through the analysis of each ...


IJERPH, Vol. 11, Pages 10587-10605: Future Climate Data from RCP 4.5 and Occurrence of Malaria in Korea

15.10.2014 | Kwak, Jaewon ; Noh, Huiseong ; Kim, Soojun ; Singh, Vijay P.; Hong, Seung Jin; Kim, Duckgil ; Lee, Keonhaeng ; Kang, ..., International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health, 2014

Since its reappearance at the Military Demarcation Line in 1993, malaria has been occurring annually in Korea. Malaria is regarded as a third grade nationally notifiable disease susceptible to climate change. The objective of this study is to quantify the effect of climatic factors on the ...


Sustainability, Vol. 6, Pages 7013-7029: Evaluating Mitigation Effects of Urban Heat Islands in a Historical Small Center with the ENVI-Met® Climate Model

10.10.2014 | Ambrosini, Dario ; Galli, Giorgio ; Mancini, Biagio ; Nardi, Iole ; Sfarra, Stefano, Sustainability, 2014

Urban morphology and increasing building density play a key role in the overall use of energy and promotion of environmental sustainability. The urban environment causes a local increase of temperature, a phenomenon known as Urban Heat Island (UHI). The purpose of this work is the study of the ...


Critical Review and Interpretation of Environmental Data for Volatile Methylsiloxanes: Partition Properties

07.10.2014 | Shihe Xu; Gary Kozerski; Donald Mackay, Environmental Science & Technology, 2014

Volatile methylsiloxanes (VMS) enter the environment through industrial activities and the use of various consumer products. Reliable measurements of environmental partition properties for these compounds are critical for accurate prediction of their environmental fate, distribution, transport, ...


Preparation, Characterization and Origin of Highly Active and Thermally Stable Pd–Ce0.8Zr0.2O2 Catalysts via Sol-Evaporation Induced Self-Assembly Method

06.10.2014 | Jian Liu; Bing Liu; Yu Fang; Zhen Zhao; Yuechang Wei; Xue-Qing Gong; Chunming Xu; Aijun Duan; Guiyuan Jiang, Environmental Science & Technology, 2014

The Pd–Ce–Zr solid solution catalysts were in situ synthesized by a sol-evaporation induced self-assembly (SEISA) method. The catalytic performances of the as-prepared catalysts for CO oxidation and their physicochemical properties were investigated with various characterization techniques. The ...


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