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Temporal changes in the distribution of p137sCs in alluvial soils at Los Alamos
Los Alamos Scientific Laboratory
by Dept. of Energy, Los Alamos Scientific Laboratory, for sale by the National Technical Information Service] in Los Alamos, N.M, [Springfield, Va
Written in English
|Statement||J. W. Nyhan ... [et al.]|
|Series||LA ; 7298-MS|
|Contributions||Nyhan, J. W, United States. Dept. of Energy|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||11 p. :|
|Number of Pages||11|
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We monitored the vertical distribution of Cs in soil profiles under eight different land uses for the 2 y after the Fukushima Dai-ichi Nuclear Power Plant accident, and discussed the temporal changes in the early-stage of the migration and the determinants of the initial distribution.
The soil samples were collected for four surveys using a scraper plate at each study site, which consisted Cited by: The accident at the Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Plant (FDNPP) in Japan in released a large amount of radionuclides, primarily radiocesium ( Cs; half-life: 30 years), resulting in long-term contamination of soil and consequently e is a common agricultural management practice that alters the vertical distribution of nutrients in the : Peiran Li, Yingting Gong, Masakazu Komatsuzaki.
In short, this study focused on the spatial and temporal changes of P and Ca distribution in soils and sediments in a karst farmland-wetland system and also examined whether Ca content and its fraction affected P fraction distribution.
The inorganic P fractions varied seasonally, with Ca-P being the dominant form, counting for 65% of inorganic by: 4. Profiles of vertical Cs distribution in alluvial meadow soils on the low and medium levels of the Lokna River floodplain (central part of the Plavsk radioactive spot in Tula oblast) 28 years after the Chernobyl fallout have been studied.
A significant increase in the Cs pool is revealed on the low floodplain areas compared to the soils of interfluves due to the accumulation of alluvium Cited by: 6. The temporal changes of Cu, Zn, Ni, Cr and Fe presented a similar spatial distribution pattern.
The PCS–MLR estimated that 74%, 83%, 83% and 79% of the changes in concentrations of Cu, Zn, Ni and Cr, respectively, were attributed to the emissions of metal–bearing shipbuilding industry (dominant driving force).Cited by: Shishkov T, Filcheva E () Content and composition of organic matter of soils with different land use, developed on the old and contemporary alluvial Maritsa river terraces in Southern Bulgaria.
In: The world conference on humic substances and natural organic matter, 15th international meeting of the humic substances society, Tenerife. Spatio-Temporal Change and Pollution Risk of Paddy soils derived from alluvial materials, lacustrine deposits, or loess are distributed in most parts of the study area, while yellow brown soils derived from residual and/or slope deposits The spatial distribution patterns of the soil Cd potential pollution risks in the two sampling.
This study aims to determine the geotechnical properties of foundation soils and evaluation of foundation conditions, and the cause of construction deformation in the alluvial soils. The construction site consists of new and old alluvial (Quaternary) deposits in the study area.
For the evaluation of foundation conditions, 6 undisturbed and 21 disturbed samples were collected from. (i) Alluvial soils (ii) Black soils (iii) Red and Yellow soils (iv) Laterite soils (v) Arid soils (vi) Saline soils (vii) Peaty soils (viii) Forest soils. Alluvial Soils Alluvial soils are widespread in the northern plains and the river valleys.
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rainfall, streamflow and. Analysis and interpretation of spatial variability of soils is a key- important to study not only the extent of surface spatial stone in site-specific farming. Soil survey maps may have up to variability, but also the distribution of subsurface and ha inclusions of dissimilar soils within a mapping unit.
The objectives deep soil horizons. Vertical Distribution of VOCs in Soils from Groundwater to the Surface/Subslab (EPA ). This report was coauthored by Mr. James Elliot and - Dr. Greg Swanson of Tetra Tech and Dr.
Blayne Hartman of H&P Mobile Geochemistry. The authors acknowledge the tremendous support of Mr. Frank Nielson and Mr. Mike Quesada, the Navy personnel in. changes in the temporal structure of rainfall, i.e.
a shift to-wards fewer and larger rainfall events, have received less at-tention; results have so far been inconclusive (Jentsch et al., ). Almost all experimental ﬁeld studies manipulating rainfall amount or distribution have been conducted on an. City of Los Angeles Groundwater in the site vicinity is present within alluvial sediments.
Groundwater in the Los Angeles River floodplain is recharged from percolating precipitation and from the river itself (where the river bed is not completely lined with concrete) flowing into Quaternary alluvial fan deposits (consisting mostly of sand).
Spatial distribution of soil physical properties of alluvial soils: a geostatistical approach. Archives of Agronomy and Soil Science: Vol. 62, No. 7, pp. Name the four processes that deepen and age soils. Additions is when you add organic matter such as decomposing vegetation or organisms.
Losses is erosion, when wind or water picks up the particles and moves it which alters the chemical and physical makeup of the soil. Temporal distributions for 6-,and hour durations can be downloaded as comma-delimited files for each temporal distribution area: Volume 1: Semiarid Southwest 2: Ohio River Basin and Surrounding States 3: Puerto Rico and the U.S.
Virgin Islands 4: Hawaiian Islands 5: Selected Pacific Islands 6: California 7: Alaska 8: Midwestern. behavior in the tail of the distribution.
Rather than use sample statistics (e.g., extreme indices statistics) or models fitted separately at each grid point, we present a flexible EVT model that can include explanatory vari-ables to account for spatial and temporal variation in the tail of the distribution.
Smooth estimates are ob. The most proximal (close to sediment source) and coarse grained of water-transported sedimentary environments is the alluvial fan. These cone shaped deposits form where high gradient narrow canyon streams disgorge onto flat plains at the mouths of canyons.
At this point, streams typically lose the competence to transport framework clasts. Note, when applied to a stream. The temporal and spatial characteristics of soil moisture over the Tibetan Plateau (TP) were analysed to explore the relative contributions of temperature and precipitation to soil moisture change.
Non-significant changes in soil moisture were observed for the TP over the period –, while a seasonal cycle was evident, with higher.followed similar temporal trends in both treatments.
Capacity SPQ indicators were affected by the cropping stage of sampling and the treatment. This is in disagreement with some previous reports that stated that, under NT, a stabilization without significant changes in soil physical properties is reached after five years (Álvarez et al., a).C.
J. Williams et al.: Temporal and spatial variability of soil moisture on relationships between soils, vegetation, topography, an-tecedent moisture content, and scale. Approaches to explain the catchment-scale spatial vari-ability of soil moisture have been motivated primarily by the need to understand runoff generation or other “wet.