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Andit tid watershed is part of Blue Nile basin located in the central highlands of Ethiopia. The lack of data and information at watershed level resulted in different conclusions from trend studies of river flow, sediment yield and crop productivity at a basin scale. There is an opportunity to...
Based on the Web of Science core database and using bibliometric analysis method, this study analysed 2,680 papers on rice and greenhouse gas topic research till to 22 July 2022, which included 47 highly cited papers and one hot paper, mainly written in English and from 10,116 authors, 2,594...
Recent studies reported an ambiguous global sea level acceleration during the satellite altimetry (SA) era (1993–2017). New SA data created an opportunity to resolve this issue. In this study, two competing kinematic models to represent global mean sea level anomalies are compared. The first...
This essay addresses climate change and its main causes over the last three decades. Between 1992–2021, global emissions of greenhouse gases (GHGs) have risen continually. Specifically, the major socioeconomic sectors – including (1) energy, (2) industry, (3) land-use/land-use...
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