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Oil and The Libyan Economy
Oil is the single most important resource in the Libyan economy. In order to explore the extent to which oil dominates the development of Libyan national income, this study covers the period time from 1990 to 2009. This ...
HYDROLOGIC CONTROLS ON NITROGEN CYCLING AND NITRATE TRANSPORT THROUGH THE VADOSE ZONE OF A SUBSURFACE ARTIFICIALLY-DRAINED DRYLAND AGROECOSYSTEM IN THE PALOUSE BASIN OF EASTERN WASHINGTON
Advances in the application of stable isotopes to address environmental issues have led to new understandings of biogeochemical cycles for both natural and agricultural systems. Of particular concern, is understanding ...
Population Genetics of Phalaris arundinacea L. In A Western United States Wetland
Turnbull National Wildlife Refuge (henceforth Refuge) is located in east central Washington State. This area, within the Channeled Scablands, was created by numerous and enormous floods over 15,000 years ago. The refuge ...
The Effects of Select Herbicides on the Biological Soil Crust in Shrub Steppe Areas of the Columbia Basin, Washington
The effects of herbicides used on arid lands in the Columbia Basin, Washington State on components of biological soil crusts (BSCs) were investigated. Active ingredients in the herbicides investigated were two synthetic ...