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Holocene Climate and Carbon Sequestration via Black Carbon Burial in Sediments
(East Carolina University, 2011)
Fire, a global process that depends on climate, volcanic activity, vegetation and human practices is not constant through time and varies at decadal, centennial and millennial time-scales. Wildfires that result in burning ...
Foraminiferal and Geochemical Evidence of Environmental Change in Response to Aquaculture in the Setiu Estuarine-Lagoonal System, Terengganu, Malaysia
(East Carolina University, 2013)
In many coastal communities, aquaculture is an important part of the local economy, though fish and shrimp farms may threaten habitats in these coastal systems. Aquaculture was introduced to the Setiu estuarine-lagoonal ...
ASSESSMENT OF MODERN SEDIMENT STORAGE IN THE FLOODPLAIN OF THE LOWER TAR RIVER, NORTH CAROLINA
(East Carolina University, 2010)
Rivers transport water, sediment, and other constituents from the continent to the sea, but in route material can often become stored temporarily or permanently. Along the Atlantic Coast of the United States, coastal plain ...