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oxygen-deficient

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  • With a background ranging from biogeochemistry to paleoceanography, Naqvi has carried out extensive research on the biogeochemistry of oxygen-deficient marine environments, especially denitrification and nitrous oxide cycling.

    Contributor: Wajih Naqvi

  • His most recent work has demonstrated that nitrogen cycling in coastal waters could be significantly impacted by the ongoing human-induced changes (global warming and eutrophication-associated expansion of coastal oxygen-deficient zones).

    Contributor: Wajih Naqvi

  • Under anaerobic (oxygen-deficient) conditions, deposited mercury undergoes biochemical change to become methylmercury.

    Materials flow of mercury in the economies of the United States and the world

  • You can have an oxygen-deficient atmosphere with a low amount of carbon monoxide in parts per million.

    CNN Transcript Aug 13, 2007

  • The purpose of the bleeder entry is to ensure that any methane gas or oxygen-deficient air is bled out.

    CNN Transcript Aug 13, 2007

  • There is a slight concern, though, about the air that's being pumped in when they're drilling all these holes, whether it's oxygen-deficient or not.

    CNN Transcript Aug 13, 2007

  • Enhanced algae growth in the reservoir consumes the oxygen in the epilimnion and, as it decays, the mass sinks to the already oxygen-deficient hypolimnion, where decay processes reduce the oxygen concentration even further, resulting in acid conditions at lower levels and the dissolution of minerals from the reservoir bed.

    Chapter 8

  • Nobel Prize winner Dr. Otto Warburg said that cancer has only one cause—the replacement of normal oxygen respiration by oxygen-deficient respiration.

    Jumpstart Your Metabolism

  • Flourishing under oxygen-deficient conditions, the bacteria feed off toxic hydrogen sulphide, which is produced when organic matter degrades without oxygen.

    TreeHugger

  • Although aluminium is the most abundant metallic element in the Earth's crust, it is rare in its free form, occurring in oxygen-deficient environments such as volcanic mud, and it was once considered a precious metal more valuable than gold.

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