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International Journal of Energy Water Food Nexus (Volume 1.0).

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Date Issued:
March 2019
Scope and content:
Sustainable Living & Growing Centers as Energy Water Food Nexus Management Catalysts........................................................................ 1 Sustainable Decision-Making to Address the Nexus on Water Quality and Food Production........................................................................... 7 Hot-spot identification with portable low-cost particulate matter sensor........................................................................................................... 13 An artificial, controlled setting of corrosion for remaining strength examination on metallic pipes................................................................... 18 Why we need a digital highway to the circular economy................................................................................................................................... 26 Downscaling and Disaggregation of Wind Speed to River Basin in India for IPCC SRES Scenarios................................................................ 29 Distribution of Zn, Cu, Cd, Pb, Cr, Ni, Co in Quercus robur and Populus tremula has grown on heavy metal contaminated brownfield land....42 The examination of anthropogenic impacts on the water quality of the Kácsi Stream (Hungary)...................................................................... 48
Title: International Journal of Energy Water Food Nexus (Volume 1.0).
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Name(s): Ibeanusi, FAMU School of The Environment Victor M., Founder and Editor-in-Chief
Type of Resource: still image
Genre: Informational Works
Open Access Journal
Issuance: serial
Date Created: March 2019
Date Issued: March 2019
Publisher: FAMU School of the Environment
Place of Publication: Tallahassee, FL
Language(s): English
Scope and content: Sustainable Living & Growing Centers as Energy Water Food Nexus Management Catalysts........................................................................ 1 Sustainable Decision-Making to Address the Nexus on Water Quality and Food Production........................................................................... 7 Hot-spot identification with portable low-cost particulate matter sensor........................................................................................................... 13 An artificial, controlled setting of corrosion for remaining strength examination on metallic pipes................................................................... 18 Why we need a digital highway to the circular economy................................................................................................................................... 26 Downscaling and Disaggregation of Wind Speed to River Basin in India for IPCC SRES Scenarios................................................................ 29 Distribution of Zn, Cu, Cd, Pb, Cr, Ni, Co in Quercus robur and Populus tremula has grown on heavy metal contaminated brownfield land....42 The examination of anthropogenic impacts on the water quality of the Kácsi Stream (Hungary)...................................................................... 48
Identifier: FAMU_6910 (IID)
Held by: Florida A&M University
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Host Institution: FAMU