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  • Authors: Wang, J.;  Advisor: -;  Participants: - (2017)

  • Remote sensing technologies can accurately capture environmental characteristics, and together with environmental modeling approaches, help to predict climate-sensitive infectious disease outbreaks. Brucellosis remains rampant worldwide in both domesticated animals and humans. This study used human brucellosis (HB) as a test case to identify important environmental determinants of the disease and predict its outbreaks. A novel artificial neural network (ANN) model was developed, using annual county-level numbers of HB cases and data on 37 environmental variables, potentially associated with HB in Inner Mongolia, China. Data from 2006 to 2008 were used to train, validate and test the m...

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  • Authors: Wang, J.;  Advisor: -;  Participants: Bogena, H.R.; Vereecken, H.; Brüggemann, N. (2018)

  • The dynamics of redox potential were induced by changing the water‐table depth in a laboratory lysimeter. Before fertilization during saturated conditions, we found a clear negative correlation between redox potentials and N2O emission rates. After switching from saturated to unsaturated conditions, N2O emission quickly decreased, indicating denitrification as the main source of N2O. In contrast, the emissions of CO2 increased with increasing soil redox potentials. After fertilization, N2O emission peaked at high redox potential, suggesting nitrification as the main production pathway, which was confirmed by isotope analysis of N2O. We propose that redox potential measurements are a v...