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    • Hypercapnia in diving: a review of CO₂ retention in submersed exercise at depth. 

      Cherry, AD; Cooter, Mary; Dunworth, SA; Freiberger, John Jacob; Moon, Richard Edward; Natoli, Michael J; Peacher, DF; ... (9 authors) (Undersea Hyperb Med, 2017-05)
      Carbon dioxide (CO₂) retention, or hypercapnia, is a known risk of diving that can cause mental and physical impairments leading to life-threatening accidents. Often, such accidents occur due to elevated inspired carbon ...
    • Reducing Uncertainty in The Biosphere-Atmsophere Exchange of Trace Gases 

      Novick, Kimberly Ann (2010)
      A large portion of the anthropogenic emissions of greenhouse gases (<italic>GHG</italic>s) are cycled through the terrestrial biosphere. Quantifying the exchange of these gases between the terrestrial biosphere and the ...
    • The Effects of Reforming Byproducts on PEM Fuel Cell Performance 

      Craft, Justin Thomas (2014)
      One of the main goals of the Thermodynamics and Sustainable Energy Laboratory at Duke University is to create a Hybrid Solar System (HSS). The HSS is to consist of four main processes: solar steam reformation, fuel cleaning ...