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Year: 2014
The human influence on the global hydrological cycle is now the dominant force behind changes in water resources across the world and in regulating the resilience of the Earth system
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Year: 2014
The human influence on the global hydrological cycle is now the dominant force behind changes in water resources across the world and in regulating the resilience of the Earth system
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Year: 2007
Mountains are important sources of freshwater for the adjacent lowlands
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Year: 2007
Mountains are important sources of freshwater for the adjacent lowlands
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Year: 2004
This paper provides a global synthesis of reactive nitrogen (Nr) loading to the continental landmass and subsequent riverine nitrogen fluxes under a gradient of anthropogenic disturbance, from pre-industrial to contemporary
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Year: 2002
The control of riverine quality (water, particulates) by human-related pressures is now a major feature of the Anthropocene era
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Year: 2001
A new classification of 15 relief patterns at the global scale combines a relief roughness indicator and the maximum altitude at a resolution of 30′ × 30′
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Year: 1998
We analyse average water and particulate chemistry (nutrients, major ions, heavy metals) in the Seine basin at 10 key positions, from stream order one to river mouth (order 8, 67000 km2), and for a population density gradient from one to 20000 people km-2
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