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flux study


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flux study

flux study

flux study

flux study

An Experimental Study of Trace Element Fluxes from Subducted Oceanic Crust

Statistical Study on the Nature of Solar-Flux Emergence

Metabolic cartography: experimental quantification of metabolic fluxes from isotopic labelling studies

Methodology study on evaluation of radon flux from soil in China

High-flux or low-flux dialysis: a position statement following publication of the Membrane Permeability Outcome study

Non-invasive microelectrode ion flux measurements to study adaptive responses of microorganisms to the environment

On‐line haemodiafiltration versus low‐flux haemodialysis. A prospective randomized study

Pre-dilution on-line haemofiltration vs low-flux haemodialysis: a randomized prospective study

In vitro studies on hirudin elimination by haemofiltration: comparison of three high‐flux membranes

Perireceptor and Receptor Events in Olfaction. Comparison of Concentration and Flux Detectors: a Modeling Study

Short communication. Carbon and nitrogen fluxes in the oceans: the contribution by zooplankton migrants to active transport in the North Atlantic during the Joint Global Ocean Flux Study

Ca II K Spectral Study of an Emerging Flux Region using the Domeless Solar Telescope in Hida Observatory

Influence of estuarine and secondary circulation on crustacean larval fluxes: a case study from a Patagonian fjord

The ‘universal’ radio/X-ray flux correlation: the case study of the black hole GX 339−4

High-volume online haemodiafiltration improves erythropoiesis-stimulating agent (ESA) resistance in comparison with low-flux bicarbonate dialysis: results of the REDERT study

 

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An examination of the productivity and respiration of an entire ecosystem by tracing changes in atmospheric gas (usually carbon dioxide) concentrations. Such studies are complicated by turbulence in the atmosphere and require the construction of detailed computer models of gas movements in order to calculate changes in gas levels. See aerodynamic method.

Subjects: Plant Sciences and Forestry — Ecology and Conservation.


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