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Polish Journal of Environmental Studies

Journal Impact Factor contributing items Contact Subscription Current issue Keyword pH in KCl ORIGINAL RESEARCH Conversion of Soil pH 1:2 5 KCl and 1:2 5 H 2 O to 1:5 H 2 O: Conclusions for Soil Management Environmental Monitoring and International Soil Databases Cezary Kabała Elżbieta Musztyfaga Bernard Gałka

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Environmental sustainability and the NHS

environmental sustainability The unit views environmental sustainability for the NHS as having a broad focus and has enabled the NHS sustainability agenda to move on in recent years from an approach focused on reducing energy use and saving money to a wider dialogue about the ethics of how large modern organisations such as the NHS should operate in the 21st century

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Environmental Noise and the Cardiovascular System

Adverse Effects of Environmental Noise on the Autonomic Nervous System and Consequences for the Cardiovascular System According to the noise reaction model introduced by Babisch CVD can be caused by an "indirect pathway " where lower levels of noise disturb sleep communication and activities with subsequent emotional and cognitive responses and annoyance

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KCl Material Safety Data Sheet Chemical Name: Potassium

in clotting factor electrolytic imbalance) cardiovascular (hypotension circulatory disturbances cardiac arrhythmias nontoxic oral dose of KCl in man varies from 0 2g to 1 g of potassium/kg/day depending upon efficiency of individual excretory state and local environmental control regulations Section 14: Transport Information

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Panel 1 - Environmental impact Description It is generally not well-known that animal farming is a major contributing factor to erosion energy particularly if cattle are doing the converting The average amount of fossil fuel energy required to produce 1 kcal of proteins from meat is 25 kcal

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Climate Impacts of Biking vs Driving

The total diet related impact is higher than the "direct impact" calculated here due to food waste (for every kcal consumed there's a bit of food waste) the USDA estimates average US food intake to be about 2600 kcal/day with 1100 kcal/day of additional food waste so we estimate the total dietary impact of a paleo diet to be 3 8 gCO2e/kcal [direct impact] * 3700/2600 = 5 4 g CO2e/kcal

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Sustainability of meat

Sustainability of meat-based and plant-based diets and the environment In both diets the daily quantity of calories consumed are kept constant at about 3533 kcal per person The meat-based food system requires more energy Environmental impact of vegetarian diets

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Food and Energy: Energy Transfer and Ecological

Why is the energy conversion factor different for (5 5 kcal/g) vs the food (4 35 kcal/g)? I had to calculate the energy for both the and food in my experiment Please see the article Calculating the Transfer of Energy Between Trophic Levels for an explanation on energy conversion and calculating the energy transfer

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KCl Material Safety Data Sheet Chemical Name: Potassium

in clotting factor electrolytic imbalance) cardiovascular (hypotension circulatory disturbances cardiac arrhythmias nontoxic oral dose of KCl in man varies from 0 2g to 1 g of potassium/kg/day depending upon efficiency of individual excretory state and local environmental control regulations Section 14: Transport Information

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The Environmental Foodprint of Obesity

For instance our estimates suggest that obesity is responsible for roughly 1 6% of global GHG emissions (Table 1) whereas Springmann et al in their analysis of the environmental impact of reducing overweight and obesity rates based on modeling of data from 150 countries concluded that a complete normalization of body weight among all individuals with excess weight (i e all those with

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Water Temperature

Water temperature can play a role in the shift between ammonium and ammonia in water In addition to its effects on aquatic organisms high water temperatures can increase the solubility and thus toxicity of certain compounds 1 These elements include heavy metals such as cadmium zinc and lead as well as compounds like ammonia 19 20 Water temperature can not only increase the solubility of

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Sustainability of meat

Sustainability of meat-based and plant-based diets and the environment In both diets the daily quantity of calories consumed are kept constant at about 3533 kcal per person The meat-based food system requires more energy Environmental impact of vegetarian diets

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KCl Material Safety Data Sheet Chemical Name: Potassium

in clotting factor electrolytic imbalance) cardiovascular (hypotension circulatory disturbances cardiac arrhythmias nontoxic oral dose of KCl in man varies from 0 2g to 1 g of potassium/kg/day depending upon efficiency of individual excretory state and local environmental control regulations Section 14: Transport Information

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Cycling Can Be Less Sustainable than Driving Argues

Thorpe's conclusion is drawn by using a measure called carbon dioxide equivalents (CO2e) which enables scientists to provide a unit-for-unit comparison of different kinds of gases based on their "Global Warming Potential" (GWP) and thereby analyze more complex scenarios that involve emissions of multiple different types of gases in order to more accurately gauge their environmental impact

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The Clarivate Analytics Impact Factor

The impact factor should be used with informed peer review In the case of academic evaluation for tenure it is sometimes inappropriate to use the impact of the source journal to estimate the expected frequency of a recently published article Again the impact factor

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Conversion of Soil pH 1:2 5 KCl and 1:2 5 H 2 O to 1:5 H 2

When the direct conversion of pH KCl 1:2 5 to pH H2O 1:5 is required a simple logarithmic model offer precise and reliable transformation: pH H2O 1:5 = -1 95 + 11 58*log 10 (pH KCl 1:2 5) This model makes the archival records still useful both for international soil classifi cations background data in the long-term measurement series and as input data for modern international soil databases

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King s Research Portal

1 ABSTRACT Objective To conduct a systematic literature review to identify social and occupational factors affecting the psychological wellbeing of healthcare workers involved in the SARS crisis Methods Four literature databases were searched and data extracted from relevant papers Results 18 005 papers were found and 22 included in the review The psychological imp

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Reducing food s environmental impacts through producers

Food's environmental impacts are created by millions of diverse producers To identify solutions that are effective under this heterogeneity we c onsolidated data covering five environmental indicators 38 700 farms and 1600 processors packaging types and retailers Impact can vary

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KCl Material Safety Data Sheet Chemical Name: Potassium

in clotting factor electrolytic imbalance) cardiovascular (hypotension circulatory disturbances cardiac arrhythmias nontoxic oral dose of KCl in man varies from 0 2g to 1 g of potassium/kg/day depending upon efficiency of individual excretory state and local environmental control regulations Section 14: Transport Information

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Climate Impacts of Biking vs Driving

The total diet related impact is higher than the "direct impact" calculated here due to food waste (for every kcal consumed there's a bit of food waste) the USDA estimates average US food intake to be about 2600 kcal/day with 1100 kcal/day of additional food waste so we estimate the total dietary impact of a paleo diet to be 3 8 gCO2e/kcal [direct impact] * 3700/2600 = 5 4 g CO2e/kcal

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Greenhouse gas emissions and energy use associated with

GHGE associated with the fifth quintile are 7 9 times those of the first quintile Total caloric intake is an important factor in ranking impacts per day as the consumption of more food calories typically translates into greater environmental impact The fifth quintile consumes on average 2 25 times the kilocalories of the first quintile

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Technological Forecasting and Social Change

Impact Factor: 3 815 ℹ Impact Factor: 2018: 3 815 The Impact Factor measures the average number of citations received in a particular year by papers published in the journal during the two preceding years Journal Citation Reports (Clarivate Analytics 2019) 5-Year Impact Factor: 4 040 ℹ Five-Year Impact Factor: 2018: 4 040

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Drilling Fluid Technology: Performances and Environmental

13 Drilling Fluid Technology: Performances and Environmental Considerations Mohamed Khodja 1 Malika Khodja-Saber 2 Jean Paul Canselier 3 Nathalie Cohaut 4 and Faza Bergaya 4 1Sonatrach/Division Technologies et Innovation Avenue du 1 er Novembre Boumerds 2Sonatrach/Division Laboratoires Avenue du 1 er Novembre Boumerds 35000 3Universit de

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