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1. Conversion mechanisms between organic sulfur and inorganic sulfur in surface sediments in coastal rivers.

Geochemical processes of sulfur (S) in river aquatic systems play a crucial role in environmental evolution. In this study, the distributions and sources of reduced inorganic sulfur (RIS) and organic sulfur (OS) in coastal river surface sediments were investigated. The results indicated that OS...

Author(s) : Jiang Ming; Sheng YanQing; Liu QunQun; Wang WenJing; Liu XiaoZhu

Publisher : Elsevier Ltd, Oxford, UK

Journal article : Science of the Total Environment 2021 Vol.752

2. The legacy and drivers of groundwater nutrients and pesticides in an agriculturally impacted quaternary aquifer system.

Nutrient and pesticide pollution are among the major threats to groundwater quality in agriculturally impacted aquifers. Understanding their legacy effects and drivers are important to protect aquifers from exposures to contamination. However, the complexities of groundwater flowpaths make it...

Author(s) : Shishaye, H. A.; Tait, D. R.; Maher, D. T.; Befus, K. M.; Erler, D.; Jeffrey, L.; Reading, M. J.; Morgenstern, U.; Kaserzon, S.; Mueller, J.; Verelle-Hill, W. de

Publisher : Elsevier Ltd, Oxford, UK

Journal article : Science of the Total Environment 2021 Vol.753

3. Major geomorphic events and natural hazards during monsoonal precipitation 2018 in the Kali Gandaki Valley, Nepal Himalaya.

Highest geomorphic activity in the central Nepal Himalayas is mainly driven by monsoonal precipitation. In contrast, the northern flanks of the Nepal Himalaya lay in the relative dry rain shadow of the mountain range. During the monsoon 2018, major floods and geomorphic events occurred in the Kali...

Author(s) : Bell, R.; Fort, M.; Götz, J.; Bernsteiner, H.; Andermann, C.; Etzlstorfer, J.; Posch, E.; Narayan Gurung; Sonam Gurung

Publisher : Elsevier Ltd, Oxford, UK

Journal article : Geomorphology 2021 Vol.372 ref.many

4. A hypogene karst development pattern controlled by the deep-cycle of groundwater in the syncline in huanjiang, Guangxi, China.

Hypogene karst is a special manifestation of karst development in spatial scale. Intensive study of its development mechanism has significant meaning for engineering construction, shale gas and geothermal exploitation. To reveal the developing pattern of hypogene karst in Huanjiang syncline, karst...

Author(s) : Dong HongQi; Dan Yong; Liang JiaPeng; Liang Bin; Nie GuoQuan; Ji ShaoCong

Publisher : MDPI AG, Basel, Switzerland

Journal article : Water 2021 Vol.13 No.2 ref.59

5. Late Quaternary tectono-geomorphic forcing vis-a-vis topographic evolution of Indus catchment, Ladakh, India.

The Indus River valley has frequently reorganized itself to attain geomorphic equilibrium during the Late Quaternary. In this regard, significant advances have been made towards the understanding of the response of landform/landscape to climate (exogenic) forcings. However, advancements in...

Author(s) : Debarati Nag; Binita Phartiyal; Mallickarjun Joshi

Publisher : Elsevier Ltd, Oxford, UK

Journal article : Catena 2021 Vol.199

6. A new model for three-dimensional deformation extraction with single-track inSAR based on mining subsidence characteristics.

This paper presents a new model for three-dimensional deformation extraction of single-track interferometric synthetic aperture radar (InSAR) based on mining subsidence characteristics. The model is applied to address the problem of difficult-to-obtain three-dimensional surface deformations in a...

Author(s) : Fan HongDong; Wang Liang; Wen BinFan; Du Sen

Publisher : Elsevier Ltd, Oxford, UK

Journal article : International Journal of Applied Earth Observation and Geoinformation 2021 Vol.94 ref.47

7. Fault seal analysis in an onshore unconventional gas target, north Perth basin.

During the 1980s, hydrocarbons were logged in aquifers during drilling of conventional gas wells in the Woodada gasfield. The gasfield is located in the North Perth Basin in Western Australia. Using Fault Seal Analysis Technology, our goal was to test the hypothesis that faults in the Kockatea...

Author(s) : Mullen, F.; Archer, R.; Yielding, G.; Boogaerdt, H.

Publisher : Wiley, Boston, USA

Journal article : Ground Water 2021 Vol.59 No.1 pp.131-145

8. Deposition- and transport-dominated erosion regime effects on the loss of dissolved and sediment-bound organic carbon: evaluation in a cultivated soil with laboratory rainfall simulations.

Erosion-induced soil carbon loss has been identified as a critical process in the global carbon (C) cycle. Surface coverage substantially alters the soil erosion process and the effects of net loss or deposition on soil organic C (SOC). However, information on SOC loss induced by soil erosion at...

Author(s) : Wang LinHua; Yen Haw; Wang Xiang; Huang ChiHua; Sun JiaMei; Hammac Ashley; Wang YaFeng

Publisher : Elsevier Ltd, Oxford, UK

Journal article : Science of the Total Environment 2021 Vol.750 ref.many

9. Multi O- and S-isotopes as tracers of black crusts formation under volcanic and non-volcanic atmospheric conditions in Sicily (Italy).

The deterioration of monument or building stone materials is mostly due to the growth of black crusts that cause blackening and disaggregation of the exposed surface. This study reports on new oxygen (δ17O, δ18O and Δ17O) and sulphur (δ33S, δ34S, δ36S, Δ33S and Δ36S) isotopic analyses of black...

Author(s) : Aroskay, A.; Martin, E.; Bekki, S.; Montana, G.; Randazzo, L.; Cartigny, P.; Chabas, A.; Verney-Carron, A.

Publisher : Elsevier Ltd, Oxford, UK

Journal article : Science of the Total Environment 2021 Vol.750 ref.many

10. Selenium volatilization from tundra soils in maritime Antarctica.

Maritime Antarctica harbors a large number of penguins and seals that provide considerable input of selenium (Se) originating as guano into terrestrial ecosystems. Subsequent Se emissions via biomethylation and volatilization from these sources of Se have not been studied. Here, penguin colony...

Author(s) : Ye WenJuan; Yuan LinXi; Zhu RenBin; Yin XueBin; Bañuelos, G.

Publisher : Pergamon Press, Oxford, UK

Journal article : Environment International 2021 Vol.146 ref.many

11. Influence of weather types on the hydrosedimentary response in three small catchments on the island of Mallorca, Spain.

The influence of the sea and topography are vital factors in the atmospheric processes affecting any island, as they introduce peculiarities in the hydrosedimentary response of fluvial systems. In view of that, the relationship between the surface atmospheric conditions (weather types, WTs),...

Author(s) : Peña-Angulo, D.; Estrany, J.; García-Comendador, J.; Fortesa, J.; Tomàs-Burguera, M.; Company, J.; Alorda, B.; Nadal-Romero, E.

Publisher : Elsevier Inc, Orlando, USA

Journal article : Environmental Research 2021 Vol.192

12. Saline groundwater in the Buffels River catchment, Namaqualand, South Africa: a new look at an old problem.

Namaqualand, South Africa, is a global biodiversity hotspot but local populations are affected by challenging economic conditions largely because of poor access to water. In this study groundwater types are characterised and sources of salts and salinisation processes are identified using...

Author(s) : Gend, J. van; Francis, M. L.; Watson, A. P.; Palcsu, L.; Horváth, A.; Macey, P. H.; Roux, P. le; Clarke, C. E.; Miller, J. A.

Publisher : Elsevier Ltd, Oxford, UK

Journal article : Science of the Total Environment 2021 Vol.762

13. The issue of groundwater salinization in coastal areas of the Mediterranean region: a review.

The Mediterranean area is undergoing intensive demographic, social, cultural, economic, and environmental changes. This generates multiple environmental pressures such as increased demand for water resources, generation of pollution related to wastewater discharge, and land consumption. In the...

Author(s) : Mastrocicco, M.; Colombani, N.

Publisher : MDPI AG, Basel, Switzerland

Journal article : Water 2021 Vol.13 No.1 ref.many

14. Flood mapping proposal in small watersheds: a case study of the rebollos and miranda ephemeral streams (Cartagena, Spain).

Anthropogenic landscape changes cause significant disturbances to fluvial system dynamics and such is the case of the watersheds studied near the Spanish Mediterranean coast (Cartagena). Economic growth resulted in the addition of external water resources from the Tajo River (1979) as part of the...

Author(s) : Betancourt-Suárez, V.; García-Botella, E.; Ramon-Morte, A.

Publisher : MDPI AG, Basel, Switzerland

Journal article : Water 2021 Vol.13 No.1 ref.59

15. Growth responses of Pinus sylvestris (L.) to burial by drift sand and its application to the reconstruction of aeolian dune development.

Sand dunes represent unique environments that increase the biodiversity, geodiversity, or ecosystem services of landscapes. The knowledge of past sand dune development is crucial for realizing their effective protection. Dendrogeomorphic methods represent an effective tool for the reconstruction of ...

Author(s) : Šilhán, K.; Ružek, I.; Frištyk, M.; Wisniewská, K.

Publisher : Elsevier Ltd, Oxford, UK

Journal article : Catena 2021 Vol.196 ref.many

16. Contribution of bedrock dip angle impact to nitrogen and phosphorus leakage loss under artificial rainfall simulations on slopes parallel to and perpendicular to the bedrock dip in a karst trough valley.

The bedrock dip angle is a critical factor for nutrient leakage loss on karst trough valley slopes. This study aimed to (a) reveal the effects of the bedrock dip angle on the characteristics of nutrient leakage loss on dip-parallel/dip-perpendicular slopes and (b) determine the bedrock dip angle...

Author(s) : Gan FengLing; He BingHui; Qin ZiYang; Li Wubing

Publisher : Elsevier Ltd, Oxford, UK

Journal article : Catena 2021 Vol.196 ref.42

17. Geochemical distribution of heavy metal elements and potential ecological risk assessment of Matsushima Bay sediments during 2012-2016.

Heavy metal pollution of marine sediments has attracted a great deal of attention because of its persistence, bioaccumulation, and toxicity. To evaluate the effects of mega-tsunami, anthropogenic activities, and redox conditions on heavy metal accumulation in coastal areas, sediments from...

Author(s) : Ota, Y.; Suzuki, A.; Yamaoka, K.; Nagao, M.; Tanaka, Y.; Irizuki, T.; Fujiwara, O.; Yoshioka, K.; Kawagata, S.; Kawano, S.; Nishimura, O.

Publisher : Elsevier Ltd, Oxford, UK

Journal article : Science of the Total Environment 2021 Vol.751

18. Continues monitoring of subsidence water in mining area from the eastern plain in China from 1986 to 2018 using Landsat imagery and Google Earth Engine.

The eastern plain of China is one of the most important grain production areas in China. Meanwhile, the plain is also an important coal production area with a large number of "coal-grain composite regions". Coal mining causes land subsidence and waterlogging, which destroys a significant amount of...

Author(s) : He TingTing; Xiao Wu; Zhao YanLing; Chen WenQi; Deng XinYu; Zhang JianYong

Publisher : Elsevier Ltd, Oxford, UK

Journal article : Journal of Cleaner Production 2021 Vol.279

19. Genesis of the yarikçi hydrothermal clay deposit within the Mesozoic metamorphic units, Mihaliççik, Eskişehir, Turkey.

Hydrothermal alteration led to development of the Yarıkçı clay deposit within the Mesozoic chlorite-, muscovite-, chlorite-muscovite-schist, and garnet-graphite phyllite units along NW-SE- and N-S-trending faults in Mihalıççık in western Central Anatolia. The geological, mineralogical, and...

Author(s) : Kadir, S.; Erkoyun, H.; Külah, T.

Publisher : Springer International Publishing AG, Cham, Switzerland

Journal article : Clays and Clay Minerals 2021 Vol.68 No.6 pp.553-579 ref.many

20. Groundwater geochemical constituents controlling the reductive dechlorination of TCE by nZVI: evidence from diverse anaerobic corrosion mechanisms of nZVI.

The corrosion mechanisms of nanoscale zero-valent iron (nZVI) vary with different geochemical constituents, which affect the reductive dechlorination process of trichloroethylene (TCE). In this study, the effect of nZVI anaerobic corrosion on the reductive dechlorination of TCE with different...

Author(s) : Yang XinMin; Zhang Chong; Liu Fei; Tang Jie

Publisher : Elsevier Ltd, Oxford, UK

Journal article : Chemosphere 2021 Vol.262 ref.48

21. On the rainfall triggering of Phlegraean fields volcanic tremors.

We study whether the shallow volcanic seismic tremors related to the bradyseism observed at the Phlegraean Fields (Campi Flegrei, Pozzuoli, and Naples) from 2008 to 2020 by the Osservatorio Vesuviano could be partially triggered by local rainfall events. We use the daily rainfall record measured at ...

Author(s) : Scafetta, N.; Mazzarella, A.

Publisher : MDPI AG, Basel, Switzerland

Journal article : Water 2021 Vol.13 No.2 ref.47

22. Submarine geomorphology of the southwestern Sardinian continental shelf (Mediterranean Sea): insights into the last glacial maximum sea-level changes and related environments.

During the lowstand sea-level phase of the Last Glacial Maximum (LGM), a large part of the current Mediterranean continental shelf emerged. Erosional and depositional processes shaped the coastal strips, while inland areas were affected by aeolian and fluvial processes. Evidence of both the...

Author(s) : Deiana, G.; Lecca, L.; Melis, R. T.; Soldati, M.; Demurtas, V.; Orrù, P. E.

Publisher : MDPI AG, Basel, Switzerland

Journal article : Water 2021 Vol.13 No.2 ref.82

23. First discrete iron(II) records from Dome C (Antarctica) and the Holtedahlfonna glacier (Svalbard).

Fe(II) is more soluble and bioavailable than Fe(III) species, therefore the investigation of their relative abundance and redox processes is relevant to better assess the supply of bioavailable iron to the ocean and its impact on marine productivity. In this context, we present a discrete...

Author(s) : Burgay, F.; Barbaro, E.; Cappelletti, D.; Turetta, C.; Gallet, J. C.; Isaksson, E.; Stenni, B.; Dreossi, G.; Scoto, F.; Barbante, C.; Spolaor, A.

Publisher : Elsevier Ltd, Oxford, UK

Journal article : Chemosphere 2021 Vol.267

24. Recharge and residence times of groundwater in hyper arid areas: the confined aquifer of Calama, Loa River Basin, Atacama Desert, Chile.

Groundwater recharge in hyper arid areas often depends on surface water infiltration and diffuse recharge of highly evaporated precipitation only contribute under favorable conditions. This happens in the Calama basin two-aquifer system, in the Central Andean area of northern Chile. A conceptual...

Author(s) : Herrera, C.; Godfrey, L.; Urrutia, J.; Custodio, E.; Jordan, T.; Jódar, J.; Delgado, K.; Barrenechea, F.

Publisher : Elsevier Ltd, Oxford, UK

Journal article : Science of the Total Environment 2021 Vol.752

25. Controls on the 36Cl/Cl input ratio of paleo-groundwater in arid environments: new evidence from 81Kr/Kr data.

Measurements of the long-lived 81Kr and 36Cl radioisotopes in groundwater from the Negev Desert (Israel) were used to assess the 36Cl/Cl input ratios and Cl- contents for paleorecharge into the Nubian Sandstone Aquifer (NSA). The reconstructed Cl- content of the recharge flux was on the order of...

Author(s) : Ram Roi; Purtschert, R.; Adar, E. M.; Bishof, M.; Jiang Wei; Lu ZhengTian; Mueller, P.; Sy, A.; Vockenhuber, C.; Yechieli, Y.; Yokochi, R.; Zappala, J. C.; Burg, A.

Publisher : Elsevier Ltd, Oxford, UK

Journal article : Science of the Total Environment 2021 Vol.762


Growth responses of Pinus sylvestris (L.) to burial by drift sand and its application to the reconstruction of aeolian dune development. Sand dunes represent unique environments that increase the biodiversity, geodiversity, or ecosystem services of landscapes. The knowledge of past sand dune development is crucial for realizing their effective protection. Dendrogeomorphic methods represent an effective tool for the reconstruction of ...

Author(s) : Šilhán, K.; Ružek, I.; Frištyk, M.; Wisniewská, K.

Publisher : Elsevier Ltd, Oxford, UK

Journal article : Catena 2021 Vol.196 ref.many

16. Contribution of bedrock dip angle impact to nitrogen and phosphorus leakage loss under artificial rainfall simulations on slopes parallel to and perpendicular to the bedrock dip in a karst trough valley.

The bedrock dip angle is a critical factor for nutrient leakage loss on karst trough valley slopes. This study aimed to (a) reveal the effects of the bedrock dip angle on the characteristics of nutrient leakage loss on dip-parallel/dip-perpendicular slopes and (b) determine the bedrock dip angle...

Author(s) : Gan FengLing; He BingHui; Qin ZiYang; Li Wubing

Publisher : Elsevier Ltd, Oxford, UK

Journal article : Catena 2021 Vol.196 ref.42

17. Geochemical distribution of heavy metal elements and potential ecological risk assessment of Matsushima Bay sediments during 2012-2016.

Heavy metal pollution of marine sediments has attracted a great deal of attention because of its persistence, bioaccumulation, and toxicity. To evaluate the effects of mega-tsunami, anthropogenic activities, and redox conditions on heavy metal accumulation in coastal areas, sediments from...

Author(s) : Ota, Y.; Suzuki, A.; Yamaoka, K.; Nagao, M.; Tanaka, Y.; Irizuki, T.; Fujiwara, O.; Yoshioka, K.; Kawagata, S.; Kawano, S.; Nishimura, O.

Publisher : Elsevier Ltd, Oxford, UK

Journal article : Science of the Total Environment 2021 Vol.751

18. Continues monitoring of subsidence water in mining area from the eastern plain in China from 1986 to 2018 using Landsat imagery and Google Earth Engine.

The eastern plain of China is one of the most important grain production areas in China. Meanwhile, the plain is also an important coal production area with a large number of "coal-grain composite regions". Coal mining causes land subsidence and waterlogging, which destroys a significant amount of...

Author(s) : He TingTing; Xiao Wu; Zhao YanLing; Chen WenQi; Deng XinYu; Zhang JianYong

Publisher : Elsevier Ltd, Oxford, UK

Journal article : Journal of Cleaner Production 2021 Vol.279

19. Genesis of the yarikçi hydrothermal clay deposit within the Mesozoic metamorphic units, Mihaliççik, Eskişehir, Turkey.

Hydrothermal alteration led to development of the Yarıkçı clay deposit within the Mesozoic chlorite-, muscovite-, chlorite-muscovite-schist, and garnet-graphite phyllite units along NW-SE- and N-S-trending faults in Mihalıççık in western Central Anatolia. The geological, mineralogical, and...

Author(s) : Kadir, S.; Erkoyun, H.; Külah, T.

Publisher : Springer International Publishing AG, Cham, Switzerland

Journal article : Clays and Clay Minerals 2021 Vol.68 No.6 pp.553-579 ref.many

20. Groundwater geochemical constituents controlling the reductive dechlorination of TCE by nZVI: evidence from diverse anaerobic corrosion mechanisms of nZVI.

The corrosion mechanisms of nanoscale zero-valent iron (nZVI) vary with different geochemical constituents, which affect the reductive dechlorination process of trichloroethylene (TCE). In this study, the effect of nZVI anaerobic corrosion on the reductive dechlorination of TCE with different...

Author(s) : Yang XinMin; Zhang Chong; Liu Fei; Tang Jie

Publisher : Elsevier Ltd, Oxford, UK

Journal article : Chemosphere 2021 Vol.262 ref.48

21. On the rainfall triggering of Phlegraean fields volcanic tremors.

We study whether the shallow volcanic seismic tremors related to the bradyseism observed at the Phlegraean Fields (Campi Flegrei, Pozzuoli, and Naples) from 2008 to 2020 by the Osservatorio Vesuviano could be partially triggered by local rainfall events. We use the daily rainfall record measured at ...

Author(s) : Scafetta, N.; Mazzarella, A.

Publisher : MDPI AG, Basel, Switzerland

Journal article : Water 2021 Vol.13 No.2 ref.47

22. Submarine geomorphology of the southwestern Sardinian continental shelf (Mediterranean Sea): insights into the last glacial maximum sea-level changes and related environments.

During the lowstand sea-level phase of the Last Glacial Maximum (LGM), a large part of the current Mediterranean continental shelf emerged. Erosional and depositional processes shaped the coastal strips, while inland areas were affected by aeolian and fluvial processes. Evidence of both the...

Author(s) : Deiana, G.; Lecca, L.; Melis, R. T.; Soldati, M.; Demurtas, V.; Orrù, P. E.

Publisher : MDPI AG, Basel, Switzerland

Journal article : Water 2021 Vol.13 No.2 ref.82

23. First discrete iron(II) records from Dome C (Antarctica) and the Holtedahlfonna glacier (Svalbard).

Fe(II) is more soluble and bioavailable than Fe(III) species, therefore the investigation of their relative abundance and redox processes is relevant to better assess the supply of bioavailable iron to the ocean and its impact on marine productivity. In this context, we present a discrete...

Author(s) : Burgay, F.; Barbaro, E.; Cappelletti, D.; Turetta, C.; Gallet, J. C.; Isaksson, E.; Stenni, B.; Dreossi, G.; Scoto, F.; Barbante, C.; Spolaor, A.

Publisher : Elsevier Ltd, Oxford, UK

Journal article : Chemosphere 2021 Vol.267

24. Recharge and residence times of groundwater in hyper arid areas: the confined aquifer of Calama, Loa River Basin, Atacama Desert, Chile.

Groundwater recharge in hyper arid areas often depends on surface water infiltration and diffuse recharge of highly evaporated precipitation only contribute under favorable conditions. This happens in the Calama basin two-aquifer system, in the Central Andean area of northern Chile. A conceptual...

Author(s) : Herrera, C.; Godfrey, L.; Urrutia, J.; Custodio, E.; Jordan, T.; Jódar, J.; Delgado, K.; Barrenechea, F.

Publisher : Elsevier Ltd, Oxford, UK

Journal article : Science of the Total Environment 2021 Vol.752

25. Controls on the 36Cl/Cl input ratio of paleo-groundwater in arid environments: new evidence from 81Kr/Kr data.

Measurements of the long-lived 81Kr and 36Cl radioisotopes in groundwater from the Negev Desert (Israel) were used to assess the 36Cl/Cl input ratios and Cl- contents for paleorecharge into the Nubian Sandstone Aquifer (NSA). The reconstructed Cl- content of the recharge flux was on the order of...

Author(s) : Ram Roi; Purtschert, R.; Adar, E. M.; Bishof, M.; Jiang Wei; Lu ZhengTian; Mueller, P.; Sy, A.; Vockenhuber, C.; Yechieli, Y.; Yokochi, R.; Zappala, J. C.; Burg, A.

Publisher : Elsevier Ltd, Oxford, UK

Journal article : Science of the Total Environment 2021 Vol.762