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From:Journal of Sensors (Vol. 2022) Peer-ReviewedMarine ecosystem is increasingly deteriorating. In order to assess anthropogenic influence and instigate appropriate remedial actions, it is still of great significance to develop the technology of sensors applied for...
From:PeerJ (Vol. 7) Peer-ReviewedThe decomposition of organic matter in freshwaters, such as leaf litter, can affect global nutrient (e.g., carbon) cycling. This process can be influenced by fast urbanization through increased water temperature, reduced...
From:Journal of Sensors (Vol. 2019) Peer-ReviewedWater is essential for every life living on the planet. However, we are facing a more serious situation such as water pollution since the industrial revolution. Fortunately, many efforts have been done to...
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