Environmental Science

Reproducible research and GIScience: an evaluation using AGILE conference papers

Editor rating: 7 / 10

Nicolas Rougier –– An important study about reproducibility in GIS whose methods could be re-used in other domains.
Nitrous oxide variability at sub-kilometre resolution in the Atlantic sector of the Southern Ocean

Editor rating: 7 / 10

I. Emma Huertas –– The new dataset provided in an under explored region
The effect of biochar amendments on phenanthrene sorption, desorption and mineralisation in different soils

Editor rating: 7 / 10

Paolo Giordani –– New insights for understanding the processes of sorption and mineralization of PAH in soils
Highly efficient removal of ammonia nitrogen from wastewater by dielectrophoresis-enhanced adsorption

Editor rating: 7 / 10

Young-Chae Song –– Dielectrophoresis is a novel approach to remove for ammonia nitrogen from water.
What killed Frame Lake? A precautionary tale for urban planners

Editor rating: 8 / 10

Bruno Marino –– The encroachment of human activity on natural systems is a complex interplay of events recorded through time and deposition of proxy indicators. "Who Killed Frame Lake.." is an iconic journey through time for the lake and its signatory participants. The future and remediation of Frame Lake is now in the hands of planners who may benefit from this example of human/nature interaction.
Suitable oasis scales under a government plan in the Kaidu-Konqi River Basin of northwest arid region, China

Editor rating: 9 / 10

Hong Yang –– This paper increases our understanding of the water resource in oases in West China in the future climate change.
Sorption to soil, biochar and compost: is prediction to multicomponent mixtures possible based on single sorbent measurements?

Editor rating: 8 / 10

Samuel Abiven –– This work combines technical and methodological improvements and potential applications for agriculture. It could have an impact for different aspects on the scientific community.
Modelling daily water temperature from air temperature for the Missouri River

Editor rating: 7 / 10

Jacyra Soares –– The river air-water temperature relationship was investigated by developing three different machine learning models and three standard models. The model results can have important applications such as to support river recovery management plan and environmental impact statement analysis.
Pollution of the sediments of the coastal zone of the Sambia Peninsula and the Curonian Spit (Southeastern Baltic Sea)

Editor rating: 8 / 10

Kalliat Valsaraj –– This paper describes the pollution in the Baltic sea and explains the origins of the same. This knowledge will be useful in future efforts at clean up or prevention of contaminants from entering the area.
Quantitative estimation of soil salinity by means of different modeling methods and visible-near infrared (VIS–NIR) spectroscopy, Ebinur Lake Wetland, Northwest China

Editor rating: 8 / 10

Danlin Yu –– Decent combination of modeling, filed experience, and data analysis

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And another one! Co-authored paper on reproducible GIScience research. It has been published today in @thePeerJ https://t.co/kcONct2cgp #SciencePolicy #ComputationalScience #DataScience

16 days ago
Ex-UEA PhD student @ImkeGrefe's paper on Southern Ocean high-resolution air-sea fluxes of greenhouse gas nitrous oxide (N2O) published @thePeerJ https://t.co/f2YKtj6z7h @ueaenv @AtmosChemUEA @BAS_News @mementodatabase. Increases number of existing data points in the area 70-fold. https://t.co/OCj2s8uNXl

New article: Phenanthrene sorption, desorption and mineralisation in biochar-amended soils https://t.co/Ul2hPVSrxw Nice experience with @thePeerJ

Modelling daily water temperature from air temperature for the Missouri River https://t.co/MDIoqG9zJC @thePeerJ https://t.co/hs7yJY7hfg

An article I handled as editor has been published today @thePeerJ https://t.co/mzp8axlPiY #AquaticandMarineChemistry