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Abstract While the term ‘science’ is evoked with immense frequency in the political arena, it continues to be misunderstood. Perhaps the most repeated example of this – particularly when dealing with environmental policy and regulatory issues – is when science is called upon to provide the...
Abstract This paper aims to use remotely-sensed data and a cellular automata (CA) model to assess land degradation factors quantitatively. The assessment was undertaken in Beijing and its neighboring areas. Six factors of land degradation were derived from the satellite images and other...
Abstract This paper reviews the research work carried out in bio-hydrogen generation from a renewable source, namely biomass. Bio-hydrogen production has several advantages when compared to photo-electrochemical or thermo-chemical processes due to the low energy requirement and investment cost....
Abstract In 2004, Science published a study on organic contaminants in farmed salmon. The study had a clear normative message and worked strategically and successfully to gain worldwide media attention. In this article, we investigate global media coverage of the study. The varying types of...
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