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C1 gas protein: A potential protein substitute for advancing aquaculture sustainability

Aquaculture has been the fastest-growing food production industry in the United States, and it is expected to remain so in the future. One-u2010carbon gas protein, one of fishmeal alternatives, has hit unprecedented high recently. The C1GP is produced by fermentation of certain unusual microorganisms from C1-u2010 related industrial exhaust gases, such as CH4, CO and CO2, which require less time, land, water, and resources, eliminate greenhouse gases and waste materials, as well as offering renewable protein sources. These C1GP supplements, whether as fishmeal or soybean meal alternatives, have been successfully used in fish and shrimp diets. With the rapid development of synthetic biotechnology and engineering technologies, it would become a key research field in the future in the manufacturing of new strains and gas fermentation techniques with high transformation capability, wide tolerance, and abundant nutrients for the production of new ingredients for aquaculture.

Source link: https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1111/raq.12707


The roles of heat and gas in a mushy magma chamber

Magnific reservoirs dominated by crystal mush are likely to consist of crustal magmatic systems. According to new studies, the physical reactions of crystal mush during volcanic eruptions could alter the response of magmatic reservoirs. Here, we present a magma chamber deformation model that incorporates two new aspects of crystal mush: heat and exsolved gas. Thermal evolution's contribution emerged during mid-to-u2010 term transition. The system's time-dependent evolution of a gas magma chamber highlights its intrinsic ability of a gasu2010bearing mushy magma chamber to produce non-u2010monotonic time series of strains, deformation, and magma transport.

Source link: https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1029/2022JB024357


Determining the noble gas cosmic ray exposure ages of 23 meteorites (8 chondrites and 15 achondrites) from modeling and empirical methods

Using both empirical and modelling techniques, we present Heu2010Ne isotope results for 23 meteorite samples mainly recovered in Antarctica and used to determine radiogenic gas retention ages and cosmic ray exposure ages. For both 40Ku201040Ar and U. Thu20104He retention ages that could be determined, we find that U. Thu20104He ages are significantly younger than 40Ku201040Ar ages, presumably reflecting preferential diffusive loss of He relative to Ar. There is a good correlation between empirically calculated CRE ages calculated by cosu20103Hecos and cosu201021Necos approaches; where discrepancies exist, the cosu20103Hecos approach consistently results in lower CRE ages, most likely due to 3He loss. Generally high cosmogenic 22Ne/21Ne > 1. 24 in some other rare achondrites. These samples are likely to contain solar cosmic ray ray-u2010produced Ne in place of the commonly used galactic cosmic ray (u2010) produced Ne, implying low pre-u2010atmospheric shielding and limited ablation on atmospheric entry.

Source link: https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1111/maps.13887


Multiplexed Ultrasound Imaging Using Spectral Analysis On Gas Vesicles

Here, we look at a panel of gas vesicles using mid-u2010band fit spectral imaging to produce multiplexed ultrasound imaging to accurately identify locations of various types of stationary gas vesicles. In ex vivo mouse liver specimens, the Midu2010band fit spectral imaging system shows that stationary clustered gas vesicles are easily localized and distinguished from unclustered gas vesicles in agarose gel phantom and three-u2010dimensional vessel structures are clearly separated and distinguished from unclustered gas vesicles. Mid-u2010band fit spectral photos are reconstructed, and pixels in these images are grouped based on mid-u2010band fit matrices that predict the presence of cells with clustered and unclustered gas vesicles in two separate images.

Source link: https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1002/adhm.202200568


Historical perspectives on gas hydrates and citation impact analysis

Gas hydrates or clathrate hydrates is a multidisciplinary field of study involving potential applications to the oil and gas industry, energy conservation, and innovative technological advancements with literature dating back to 1810. The field of gas hydrates or clathrate hydrates has progressed over the past few decades from academic curiosity driven study to commercially relevant to flow assurance and methane hydrates in nature as an energy source. As a technology enabler, several new, useful and cost-effective applications have emerged in recent decades. In this work, I present a bibliometric review of gas hydrates or clathrate hydrates from 1901 to 2020 from Clarivate Analytics' web of science core collection database. From the web of science core collection database spanning 121 years, 12,152 journal publications were reviewed in total.

Source link: https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1002/cjce.24519


Enrichment Mechanism and Prospects of Deep Oil and Gas

In shallow and medium layers, the danger of storing storage space in deep reservoirs is greater than that in shallow and medium layers. This paper reviews the current state and research progress of deep oil and gas exploration around the world and looks forward to the future research interest in deep oil and gas exploration. They poured in the early 1970s with shallow depth, which was a common feature of most deep-dwelling and medium-sized oil and gas reservoirs. The key ways to achieve physical adjustment of oil and gas reservoirs are Fault operation and the evolution of trap highs. The primary chemical modification effects in the reservoir are cracking Crude oil cracking and thermochemical sulfate reduction. The main thrust of deep oil and gas exploration is large dolomite reservoirs in the United States. Accurate identification of oil and gas charging, calculation, and reformation procedures is the key to understanding deep oil and gas distribution.

Source link: https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1111/1755-6724.14961


Evaluation of error across natural gas pipeline incidents

This paper explains how qualitative analysis can be a new means of investigating errors and causation in natural gas pipeline incidents. Qualitative research provides unique opportunities to analyze process, interactions, and the role of context in determining active error and latent conditions in incident causation. Our results reveal a percentage of active and latent errors consistent with other challenging infrastructure contexts, despite the coding of text from 24 onshore natural gas pipeline incident reports on leaks and explosions in the United States and Canada.

Source link: https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1111/risa.13981


Recent Advances in Density Functional Theory and Molecular Dynamics Simulation of Mechanical, Interfacial, and Thermal Properties of Natural Gas Hydrates in Canada

Gas hydrates are inclusion compounds of a water backbone that covers gaseous molecules. A summary of novel techniques based on first principles density functional theory and molecular dynamics simulations methods is given herein, as well as auxiliary simulations methods. Structure I, structure II, and structure H hydrates have all been investigated extensively, with results indicating that it is often misleading to use the characteristics of ice rather than the difficult to determine, gas hydrate properties. The interfacial characteristics of gas hydrates control key behaviors that influence nucleation and growth, which are key steps in controlling and monitoring their formation. These principles are also investigated in infrared spectroscopy, with techniques proving that these signatures can be linked to and specify material properties in order to increase analysis speed.

Source link: https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1002/cjce.24516


Basin‐scale estimates of greenhouse gas emissions from the Mara River, Kenya: Importance of discharge, stream size, and land use/land cover

In global databases, greenhouse gas fluxes from African streams and rivers are under-represented, resulting in confusion in their contributions to regional and global budgets. We estimated annual greenhouse gas emissions from measured in-u2010stream gas concentrations, simulated gas transfer velocities, and estimated the sensitivity of upu2010scaling to discharge in u2010. The Mara basin was a net greenhouse gas source based on the total annual CO2 equivalent emissions estimated from global warming potentials. During the high and medium discharge periods than the low discharge period, seasonality in stream discharge affected stream widths and gas exchange rates, substantially impacting the basin's annual flux, which was 10 times higher during the high and medium discharge periods than the low discharge period. Given that agricultural activities are a primary contributor to rising riverine greenhouse gas fluxes in the study area, increased conversion of forests and agricultural intensification may have the possibility of contributing to the African continent's global greenhouse gas sources.

Source link: https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1002/lno.12166

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