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Assessing solar radiation models using multiple variables over Turkey
Solar radiation drives many environmental processes; however, needs to be estimated indirectly from more commonly measured meteorological variables since these data are not readily available from most climate stations. A ...
Modeling Net Ecosystem Carbon Dioxide Exchange Using Temporal Neural Networks after Wavelet Denoising
Eddy covariance (EC) time-series data obtained from flux towers are noisy due to both stochastic atmospheric turbulence and deterministic processes, and no standard data-denoising protocols exist for them. The potential ...
MODELING OF SOLUBILIZATION DYNAMICS OF MANURE ORGANIC MATTER AND PHOSPHORUS AS A FUNCTION OF pH CONTROL AND ENZYME SUPPLEMENTATION
(Technical Univ Wroclaw, 2016)
The potential use of commercial enzyme and pH control has been investigated for enhancing dairy manure fermentation and modeling dissolved organic matter and orthophosphate (PO4-P) dynamics of fermenters. Anaerobic lab-scale ...
Emissions Of Greenhouse Gases From Diesel Consumption In Agricultural Production Of Turkey
(European Center Sustainable Development, 2016)
Agricultural sector is both energy consumer in the form of human labor, fossil fuels, electricity, seeds, fertilizer, and pesticides and energy producer in the form of food, feed, and biofuels. High agricultural use of ...
Delving deeper: Metabolic processes in the metalimnion of stratified lakes
Many lakes exhibit seasonal stratification, during which they develop strong thermal and chemical gradients. An expansion of depth-integrated monitoring programs has provided insight into the importance of organic carbon ...