Geoffrey S. Ellis, Barry J. Katz, Christopher A. Scholz, Peter K.
Case Study: Cardiac Manifestations of Rheumatoid Arthritis
Status of sedimentation in King Talal Dam, case study from Jordan | SpringerLink
Jump to navigation. Sedimentation rates are valuable proxies for changes in tectonics, climate, and sediment routing systems. We use sedimentation rates from the Bermejo foreland basin of the southern Central Andes to evaluate the role of global Miocene—Pliocene climate changes on continental erosion and sedimentation in non-glaciated landscapes. Our compilation identifies a tripling of sedimentation rates between ca. Both the increase and decrease in sedimentation rates occured during periods of heightened tectonic activity. Our results suggest that periods of aridity can reduce erosion and mask contemporaneous tectonic signals, and that more humid, variable climate conditions amplify the signal of tectonic forcing in the sedimentary record.
Clinical utility of the erythrocyte sedimentation rate: a case study
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The Mekong Delta, early in the twenty-first century, is at a tipping point for sustainability. The delta is threatened by the implications of 1 damming and land-use changes in the drainage basin, 2 a burgeoning delta population in a nation Vietnam undergoing rapid development, 3 accelerating rates of rising sea level, and 4 an uncertain future climate that may impact tropical cyclone frequency and monsoonal precipitation patterns in the basin. These threats are present in other great rivers that emerge from the Himalayas.