Nombreux sont les habitants qui n'utilisent pas les poubelles publiques et ne se genent pas pour jeter des sachets de plastiques pleins de detritus
, des bouteilles en plastique ou des epluchures par les fenetres.
42, respectively), predominantly composed of amorphous detritus
Given the importance of degradation of the aquatic macrophytes for the maintenance of energy flux and detritus
food-webs of a lentic aquatic ecosystems, this study discusses the carbon kinetics through the aerobic and anaerobic decomposition of an aquatic macrophyte (Eichhornia azurea) and the implication of decay on carbon metabolism of reservoir.
- the natural grit, sand and soil found on streets and pavements - and staining - caused by things such as chewing gum and oil from vehicles - make streets look dirty.
In the middle of the AT detritus
gyttja with a high content of organic matter was formed in the lake, and already at the beginning of the Subboreal (SB) (Fig.
Much more likely, in my view, we are witnessing everywhere in the universe, biology in action - living microbes as well as their detritus
, and break-up molecules in the form of interstellar organic molecules.
En esta ocasion se citan por primera vez para Mexico dos especies de escarabajos coprofagos (Scarabaeidae: Scarabaeinae) encontradas en detritus
de nidos de Neotoma albigula Hartley: Onthophagus browni Howden y Cartwright y Copris macclevei Warner, especies ya senaladas de Estados Unidos de America.
Morgan Thorson has a mix-master mind, from which postmodern movement and the detritus
of everyday life spin out as hilarious vignettes.
You'll travel to Taizhou, China, where much of the digital detritus
from our computerized society ends up.
Toxic chemicals, Greenpeace contends, leaching from this detritus
of 21st century technology, threaten the local environment and the health of the people who live nearby.
The switch in food web positions is due in part to the often-ignored role of detritus
, such as fish carcasses, feces, and the particles of undigested food wrapped in mucus they excrete.
The last offers tales of priceless art scooped up during Japan's bubble era shopping jag and now gathering dust in waterfront warehouses, of the post-bubble's human detritus
displaced by under-the-cherry-blossom revelers in Ueno Park, of the risutora-nigeya, specialists in the clandestine relocation of families of breadwinners "restructured" and now forced to flee creditors.