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Investigators also want to improve forecasts by utilizing new instruments that can autonomously collect high-frequency HAB and environmental data, minimizing the need for expensive survey vessels and human sampling and analysis.
We conclude that the determination of Tg concentrations by LC-MS/MS obviates the need for extensive HAB workup by classical methods, while providing accurate quantification of Tg in the presence of substantial HAB interferences.
As the team explored the unfamiliar procedure for using M88A2 booms to lift, suspend, and fix the folded HAB to the M1 Abrams tank chassis of the Wolverine over the next 6 hours, mission tempo ground to a halt.
HAB added tie bars, which would be cut off prior to straightening, to the casting model to minimize the distortion during the quench.
FOR Marcy YEARS, the only economic cost reported in Ohio for HABs was the cost to the City of Toledo for activated carbon filtration to their raw water supply during the treatment process.
While other bacteria are efficiently converting plant material into cud, HABs break down amino acids, producing ammonia.
However, for all other HAB species, Isochrysis was virtually the only intact algal cell observed microscopically in the feces or pseudofeces (Table 2).
We proposed adequate time-related autonomic balance indicator (TRABI) for evaluating the changes in the circadian nature of HAB by comparing the values of the HRV indices during rest and upon vegetative nervous system stimulation during two intervals in the 24-hour period in which there is a physiologically determined difference in the balance.
In the second experiment, in which 2 wk old larvae were exposed to varying algal treatments to assess effects on motility, differences between the responses of the two oyster species to the HAB species were noted.
Given the confusion surrounding the meaning of "red tide," the scientific community prefers the term harmful algal bloom, or HAB.
Flythe, who works at the ARS Forage Animal Production Research Unit (FAPRU) in Lexington, Ky, believes hops can reduce HAB populations.
Over the course of the last decade, numerous national and agency reports have described the magnitude of the HAB problem and outlined research plans to systematically address the issue.