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Future Secular Changes & Remediation of Groundwater GtR

the prediction of groundwater arsenic hazards in the Ganga River Basin over the next 50 years (ii) inform selection of remediation technologies and approaches, including indirect approaches, such as improving management of near surface urban and rural organic carbon sources. Establishing workable frameworks for 

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Protracted storage of biospheric carbon in the Ganges–Brahmaputra

Oct 16, 2011 One such reservoir is the Ganges–Brahmaputra system draining the Himalayas, which represents one of the largest sources of terrestrial biospheric carbon to the ocean. Here, we examine the radiocarbon content of river sediments collected from the Ganges–Brahmaputra drainage basin to determine the 

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Fluxes and sources of particulate organic carbon in the Ganga

Apr 26, 2006 [1] Sources and fluxes of particulate organic carbon (OC) in the GangaBrahmaputra river system were estimated from 13C/12C ratios of bedrocks, soils, bank and suspended river sediments from a Himalayan watershed (Narayani, Nepal), and the Bangladesh floodplain. In the watershed of the Narayani, 

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Gharials on the Ganga WWF

How WWFIndia is working with partners to reintroduce gharials within the Hastinapur Wildlife Sanctuary.

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Carbon dioxide emission and its regulation at land–water interface

Jan 17, 2018 Abstract. The streams and rivers are considered hotspots of CO2 exchange and representative direct CO2 emission measurements are essential for a correct regional estimate. We measured CO2 emission flux at 15 sites at land–water interface downstream of a point source during low flow for three 

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How forests help tackle carbon emissions: lessons from India, China

Nov 16, 2017 Examining different afforestation, reforestation, and forest restoration (ARR) programmes in the three countries, a new report by Michael Wolosin, president of Forest Climate Analytics, shows how efforts to restore and expand forests have already provided significant carbon removal benefits. The analysis 

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Chemical and Strontium, Oxygen, and Carbon Isotopic

We have carried out measurements of strontium, oxygen, and carbon isotopes and elemental abundances in a number of Precambrian carbonate deposits from the Lesser Himalaya (Singh et al 1996) to evaluate their contribution to the strontium isotope composition of the source waters of the Ganga, Ghaghara, and the 

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Ganges SUP a success: knowing the Ganga Starboard SUP

On 3rd October 2016, the expedition kicked off on foot in Gaumukh, the 'visible' source of the Ganges at the altitude of 4100m in the Indian Himalayas. On 11th . Once the river got deeper and wider (and our arms began to tire), we switched to the Carbon paddles with a hybrid carbon shaft and a carbon paddle (AMAZING).

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Evolution of Ganges–Brahmaputra western delta plain: Clues from

Sedimentology, carbon isotope and sequence stratigraphic analysis of subsurface sediments from western part of Ganges–Brahmaputra (GB) delta plain shows that a Late Quaternary marine clay and fluvial channeloverbank sediments of MIS 5 and 3 highstands are traceable below the Holocene strata. During the Last 

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Dissolved inorganic carbon isotopic compositions in ResearchGate

Aug 10, 2005 compositions in the Upstream Ganga river in the Himalayas. G. J. Chakrapani1,* and Jan Veizer2. 1Department of Earth Sciences, Indian Institute of Technology,. Roorkee 247 667, India. 2Institut fur Geologie, Ruhr Universitat, 44780 Bochum, Germany. Dissolved inorganic carbon (DIC) is a major 

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LongTerm carbon storage in Ganges basin may portend global

Nov 9, 2011 (PhysOrg) Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution (WHOI) scientists have found that carbon is stored in the soils and sediments of the GangesBrahmaputra basin for a surprisingly long time, making it likely that global

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gangaraju gedda Google Scholar Citations

Carbon dots as nanoantennas for antiinflammatory drug analysis using surfaceassisted laser desorption/ionization timeofflight mass spectrometry in serum. G Gedda, S Pandey, ML Bhaisare, HF Wu. RSC Advances 4 (72), 3802738033, 2014. 16, 2014. Rapid fabriion of carbon quantum dots as multifunctional 

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The evolution of carbon signatures carried by the Ganges

Introduction to the GangesBrahmaputra river system. The Himalayan mountain range is drained southward by a dozen Trans–Himalayan rivers originating in southern Tibet, which collect most of the Himalayan runoff and supply the GangesBrahmaputra (GB) rivers in the EastWest IndoGangetic floodplain (Fig. 14.1).

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Contribution of point sources and nonpoint sources to nutrient and

Environ Monit Assess. 2017 Aug 28189(9):475. doi: 10.1007/s1066101761888. Contribution of point sources and nonpoint sources to nutrient and carbon loads and their influence on the trophic status of the Ganga River at Varanasi, India. Yadav A(1), Pandey J(2). Author information: (1)Ganga River Ecology Research 

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Anthropogenically Induced Shifts in N:P:Si Stoichiometry and

Apr 3, 2016 On the watershed scale, this would be an important factor for Ganga River. Occupying 26.2% of total land area of India, this drainage basin with more than 73.44% agricultural land and massive fertilizer input can substantially elevate runoff fluxes of carbon and nutrients into the river. Although DIN and DRP 

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Forging manufacturing process Aluminum forging Ganga Forging

We at Ganga Forging employ the best forging manufacturing processes to get quality products with excellent durability and worklife. Our labs are equipped with latest technologies and our workforce is skilled in these technologies to design and manufacture the best industrial components through the latest manufacturing 

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Atmospheric deposition coupled terrestrial export of organic carbon

The atmosphere–land–water connectivity of dissolved organic carbon (DOC) is not altogether accounted in major rivers of India despite recent researches highlighting its importance. We studied the coupled effect of atmospheric deposition (AD) and local land use on DOC buildup in Ganga River for a period of 6 years.

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Crematoriums along Ganga go ecofriendly Dehradun News

Jun 19, 2017 Sources familiar with the development told TOI that while conventional crematoriums consume upto 600 kg of wood per body, green crematoriums will limit this amount to only 100 kg in order to ensure less trees are cut, and carbon emissions are reduced. The cremation, the sources added, would be done 

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NGT slaps ₹195 cr fine on Pune's Goel Ganga Developers for

Jan 9, 2018 The applicant pursued the review appliion wherein the question of nonconsideration of affidavit of carbon footprint was not replied to by Goel Ganga with details. The NGT in its judgement dated January 8 states, "Goel Ganga Developers India Private Limited shall pay environmental compensation cost 

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The evolution of carbon signatures carried by the Ganges

Introduction to the GangesBrahmaputra river system. The Himalayan mountain range is drained southward by a dozen Trans–Himalayan rivers originating in southern Tibet, which collect most of the Himalayan runoff and supply the GangesBrahmaputra (GB) rivers in the EastWest IndoGangetic floodplain (Fig. 14.1).

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Protracted storage of biospheric carbon in the Ganges–Brahmaputra

Oct 16, 2011 One such reservoir is the Ganges–Brahmaputra system draining the Himalayas, which represents one of the largest sources of terrestrial biospheric carbon to the ocean. Here, we examine the radiocarbon content of river sediments collected from the Ganges–Brahmaputra drainage basin to determine the 

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Loading and fate of particulate organic carbon from the Himalaya to

to address the role of continental erosion in the global carbon cycle. Himalayan erosion generates the largest sediment flux from a single continental drainage basin to the ocean. Each year 1 to 2 billion tons of particles are transported by the Ganga. Brahmaputra (GB) fluvial system from the Himalayan range to the Bay of 

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LongTerm carbon storage in Ganges basin may portend global

Nov 9, 2011 (PhysOrg) Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution (WHOI) scientists have found that carbon is stored in the soils and sediments of the GangesBrahmaputra basin for a surprisingly long time, making it likely that global

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Ganga (minería) Wikipedia, la enciclopedia libre

La ganga es el material que se descarta al extraer la mena de un yacimiento de mineral, por carecer de valor económico o ser demasiado costoso su aprovechamiento. Es posible que un mineral que se considere ganga en un yacimiento sea de interés en otro, o que la mejora en las técnicas extractivas o los usos 

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WABAG JV wins EUR 30 million JICA funded Ganga Action Plan

This will not only help the project to reduce its operational costs but will also reduce the carbon emissions and thus will qualify for carbon credits. Commenting on the development, Mr. S Natrajan, Head – Sales, WABAG India said "We are proud to be part of this Ganga Action Plan Project at Dinapur, Varanasi and this order 

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C and O isotope compositions of modern freshwater mollusc Hal

Oct 5, 2006 19 significant fraction of carbon is derived from metabolic sources. Intrashell δ13C are stable compared to the. 20 seasonal variability of DIC suggesting that the pool of organic carbon changes throughout year. 21. 22. Keywords. 23. C and O isotopes, freshwater molluscs, modern rivers, Himalaya, Ganga, 

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Atmospheric deposition coupled terrestrial export of organic carbon

The atmosphere–land–water connectivity of dissolved organic carbon (DOC) is not altogether accounted in major rivers of India despite recent researches highlighting its importance. We studied the coupled effect of atmospheric deposition (AD) and local land use on DOC buildup in Ganga River for a period of 6 years.

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Chemical and Strontium, Oxygen, and Carbon Isotopic

We have carried out measurements of strontium, oxygen, and carbon isotopes and elemental abundances in a number of Precambrian carbonate deposits from the Lesser Himalaya (Singh et al 1996) to evaluate their contribution to the strontium isotope composition of the source waters of the Ganga, Ghaghara, and the 

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