Τετάρτη, 11 Μαρτίου 2020


Viruses, Vol. 12, Pages 300: Successful Infection of Domestic Pigs by Ingestion of the European Soft Tick O. Erraticus That Fed on African Swine Fever Virus Infected Pig
Viruses, Vol. 12, Pages 300: Successful Infection of Domestic Pigs by Ingestion of the European Soft Tick O. Erraticus That Fed on African Swine Fever Virus Infected Pig Viruses doi: 10.3390/v12030300 Authors: Pereira De Oliveira Hutet Duhayon Guionnet Paboeuf Vial Le Potier African swine fever is a highly lethal hemorrhagic fever of Suidae, threatening pig production globally. Suidae can be infected by different ways like ingestion of contaminated feed, direct...
Viruses
Wed Mar 11, 2020 02:00
Viruses, Vol. 12, Pages 303: Patterns of Autologous and Nonautologous Interactions Between Core Nuclear Egress Complex (NEC) Proteins of α-, β- and γ-Herpesviruses
Viruses, Vol. 12, Pages 303: Patterns of Autologous and Nonautologous Interactions Between Core Nuclear Egress Complex (NEC) Proteins of α-, β- and γ-Herpesviruses Viruses doi: 10.3390/v12030303 Authors: Sigrun Häge Eric Sonntag Eva Borst Pierre Tannig Lisa Seyler Tobias Bäuerle Susanne Bailer Chung-Pei Lee Regina Müller Christina Wangen Jens Milbradt Manfred Marschall Nuclear egress is a regulated process shared by α-, β- and γ-herpesviruses. The core...
Viruses
Wed Mar 11, 2020 02:00
Water, Vol. 12, Pages 779: How Do Eutrophication and Temperature Interact to Shape the Community Structures of Phytoplankton and Fish in Lakes?
Water, Vol. 12, Pages 779: How Do Eutrophication and Temperature Interact to Shape the Community Structures of Phytoplankton and Fish in Lakes? Water doi: 10.3390/w12030779 Authors: Liess Bouraï Maxime Logez Christophe Laplace-Treyture Christine Argillier Freshwater ecosystems are among the systems most threatened and impacted by anthropogenic activities, but there is still a lack of knowledge on how this multi-pressure environment impacts aquatic communities in situ. In Europe,...
Water
Wed Mar 11, 2020 02:00
Water, Vol. 12, Pages 780: How Can Decision Support Tools Help Reduce Nitrate and Pesticide Pollution From Agriculture? A Literature Review and Practical Insights from the EU FAIRWAY Project
Water, Vol. 12, Pages 780: How Can Decision Support Tools Help Reduce Nitrate and Pesticide Pollution From Agriculture? A Literature Review and Practical Insights from the EU FAIRWAY Project Water doi: 10.3390/w12030780 Authors: Fiona Nicholson Rikke Krogshave Laursen Rachel Cassidy Luke Farrow Linda Tendler John Williams Nicolas Surdyk Gerard Velthof The FAIRWAY project reviewed approaches for protecting drinking water from nitrate and pesticide pollution. A comprehensive...
Water
Wed Mar 11, 2020 02:00
Water, Vol. 12, Pages 778: Water Management for Sustainable Food Production
Water, Vol. 12, Pages 778: Water Management for Sustainable Food Production Water doi: 10.3390/w12030778 Authors: Narayanan Kannan Aavudai Anandhi The agricultural community has a challenge of increasing food production by more than 70% to meet demand from the global population increase by the mid-21st century. Sustainable food production involves the sustained availability of resources, such as water and energy, to agriculture. The key challenges to sustainable food production are...
Water
Wed Mar 11, 2020 02:00
Water, Vol. 12, Pages 774: Bed-Sediment Transport Conditions Along the Sagavanirktok River in Northern Alaska, USA
Water, Vol. 12, Pages 774: Bed-Sediment Transport Conditions Along the Sagavanirktok River in Northern Alaska, USA Water doi: 10.3390/w12030774 Authors: Horacio Toniolo This manuscript presents a study in predicting bed-sediment transport rates along the Sagavanirktok River in Alaska. Extensive field activities took place to accomplish this goal: four hydro-meteorological stations were installed in a 150 km reach along the river in summer 2015. During the same year, pits were excavated...
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Wed Mar 11, 2020 02:00
Water, Vol. 12, Pages 776: Long-Term Changes of Species Composition and Functional Traits of Epiphytic Diatoms in the Szigetköz Region (Hungary) of the Danube River
Water, Vol. 12, Pages 776: Long-Term Changes of Species Composition and Functional Traits of Epiphytic Diatoms in the Szigetköz Region (Hungary) of the Danube River Water doi: 10.3390/w12030776 Authors: Éva Ács Tibor Bíró Csaba Berta Mónika Duleba Angéla Földi István Grigorszky András Hidas Judit Knisz János L. Korponai Zsuzsa Trábert Edit Vadkerti Krisztina Buczkó Here we report the results of our decades-long study on epiphytic communities from two...
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Wed Mar 11, 2020 02:00
Water, Vol. 12, Pages 775: Simplified Analysis of Measurement Data from A Rapid E. coli qPCR Method (EPA Draft Method C) Using A Standardized Excel Workbook
Water, Vol. 12, Pages 775: Simplified Analysis of Measurement Data from A Rapid E. coli qPCR Method (EPA Draft Method C) Using A Standardized Excel Workbook Water doi: 10.3390/w12030775 Authors: Molly J. Lane James N. McNair Richard R. Rediske Shannon Briggs Mano Sivaganesan Richard Haugland Draft method C is a standardized method for quantifying E. coli densities in recreational waters using quantitative polymerase chain reaction (qPCR). The method includes a Microsoft...
Water
Wed Mar 11, 2020 02:00
Water, Vol. 12, Pages 773: Evaluating the Water Holding Capacity of Multilayer Soil Profiles Using Hydrus-1D and Multi-Criteria Decision Analysis
Water, Vol. 12, Pages 773: Evaluating the Water Holding Capacity of Multilayer Soil Profiles Using Hydrus-1D and Multi-Criteria Decision Analysis Water doi: 10.3390/w12030773 Authors: Xin Wang Yanling Zhao Huifang Liu Wu Xiao Shuzhao Chen In semi-arid climate regions of China, vegetation restoration on open pit mining lands is limited by soil moisture. However, multi-layered soil profiles can impede water infiltration into deeper underground, leaving more water stored in...
Water
Wed Mar 11, 2020 02:00
Water, Vol. 12, Pages 772: Deciphering Morphological Changes in a Sinuous River System by Higher-Order Velocity Moments
Water, Vol. 12, Pages 772: Deciphering Morphological Changes in a Sinuous River System by Higher-Order Velocity Moments Water doi: 10.3390/w12030772 Authors: Jyotismita Taye Jyotirmoy Barman Bimlesh Kumar Giuseppe Oliveto Bank erosion in a sinuous alluvial channel is a continuous phenomenon resulting in bank instability and migration of sediment. In this study, flume experiments were conducted in a sinuous channel to investigate its morphological changes and hydrodynamics. High-order...
Water
Wed Mar 11, 2020 02:00
Water, Vol. 12, Pages 777: Statistical Analysis and Thermodynamic Equilibrium Modelling for Chemical Composition of Groundwater and Spring Water at Jeju Island, South Korea
Water, Vol. 12, Pages 777: Statistical Analysis and Thermodynamic Equilibrium Modelling for Chemical Composition of Groundwater and Spring Water at Jeju Island, South Korea Water doi: 10.3390/w12030777 Authors: Byeong-Dae Lee Chan-Ho Jeong Yong-Cheon Lee Yu-Jin Lee Jae-Ha Yang Chang-Oh Choo Hyeon-Woo Jang Yong-Hwa Oh Jin-Woo Hong The purpose of this study is to delineate the main contributions controlling the chemical composition of groundwater and spring water...
Water
Wed Mar 11, 2020 02:00
Water, Vol. 12, Pages 770: Treatment of Produced Water in the Permian Basin for Hydraulic Fracturing: Comparison of Different Coagulation Processes and Innovative Filter Media
Water, Vol. 12, Pages 770: Treatment of Produced Water in the Permian Basin for Hydraulic Fracturing: Comparison of Different Coagulation Processes and Innovative Filter Media Water doi: 10.3390/w12030770 Authors: Alfredo Zendejas Rodriguez Huiyao Wang Lei Hu Yanyan Zhang Pei Xu Produced water is the largest volume of waste product generated during oil and natural gas exploration and production. The traditional method to dispose of produced water involves deep well injection,...
Water
Wed Mar 11, 2020 02:00
Water, Vol. 12, Pages 771: The Color Formation Mechanism of the Blue Karst Lakes in Jiuzhaigou Nature Reserve, Sichuan, China
Water, Vol. 12, Pages 771: The Color Formation Mechanism of the Blue Karst Lakes in Jiuzhaigou Nature Reserve, Sichuan, China Water doi: 10.3390/w12030771 Authors: Xiaohui Li Mengqi Zhang Weiyang Xiao Jie Du Meiqun Sheng Dalin Zhu Anđelka Plenković-Moraj Geng Sun The karst lakes in Jiuzhaigou Nature Reserve are an integral part of the karst lake landscape, yet research on the formation mechanism for the color of the blue-green lakes in Jiuzhaigou is insufficient....
Water
Wed Mar 11, 2020 02:00
Water, Vol. 12, Pages 769: Emerging Issues and Methodologies for Resilient and Robust Water Distribution Systems
Water, Vol. 12, Pages 769: Emerging Issues and Methodologies for Resilient and Robust Water Distribution Systems Water doi: 10.3390/w12030769 Authors: Donghwi Jung Joong Hoon Kim This editorial summarizes the 11 papers published in the Special Issue entitled “Resilient and Robust Water Distribution Systems: State-of-the-Art and Research Challenges” which were classified into five themes related to water distribution systems (WDSs): (1) state-of-the-art review on...
Water
Wed Mar 11, 2020 02:00
Water, Vol. 12, Pages 768: How Can Decision Support Tools Help Reduce Nitrate and Pesticide Pollution from Agriculture? A Literature Review and Practical Insights from the EU FAIRWAY Project
Water, Vol. 12, Pages 768: How Can Decision Support Tools Help Reduce Nitrate and Pesticide Pollution from Agriculture? A Literature Review and Practical Insights from the EU FAIRWAY Project Water doi: 10.3390/w12030768 Authors: Nicholson Krogshave Laursen Cassidy Farrow Tendler Williams Surdyk Velthof The FAIRWAY project reviewed approaches for protecting drinking water from nitrate and pesticide pollution. A comprehensive assessment of decision support...
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Wed Mar 11, 2020 02:00

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