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Enhancing the adsorption of lead (II) by bentonite enriched with pH-adjusted meranti sawdust
In recent years, the need for safe and modern composite barrier for the prevention of groundwater contamination and the provision of Geo-environmental protection has been studied together with the need of designing low ...
Removal of COD and ammonia nitrogen by a sawdust/bentonite-augmented SBR process
Water pollutant removal by biomass adsorbent has been considered innovative and cost-effective, and thus commendable for application in industry. However, certain important aspects have been overlooked by researchers, ...
From ‘clean and green’ to ‘brown and down’: A synthesis of historical changes to biodiversity and marine ecosystems in the Marlborough Sounds, New Zealand
Ecosystem-based management (EBM) is a potential antidote to the alleviation of multiple stressors in highly-valued and contested marine environments. An understanding of the magnitude and drivers of past ecosystem changes ...
A close examination of the role and needed expertise of brokers in bridging and building science policy boundaries in environmental decision making
(Springer Nature, 2020-04-22)
Knowledge brokers are often portrayed as neutral intermediaries that act as a necessary conduit between the spheres of science and policy. Conceived largely as a task in packaging, brokers are expected to link knowledge ...
Policy and practice certainty for effective uptake of diffuse pollution practices in a light-touch regulated country
Although the link between agriculture and diffuse water pollution has been understood for decades, there is still a need to implement effective measures to address this issue. In countries with light-touch regulation, such ...