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Provides free public access to over 230,000 full-text documents and bibliographic citations of Department of Energy (DOE) research report literature. Documents are primarily from 1991 forward and were produced by DOE, the DOE contractor community, and/or DOE grantees. Legacy documents are added as they become available in electronic format. SciTech Connect consolidates the contents of OSTI's Information Bridge and Energy Citations Database.
“A pervasive contaminant of streams and lakes,” mercury continues to threaten those who come into contact with contaminated water or tainted fish. By recognizing the ways that mercury gets into our water supply and seeking corrections, this informative and visually engaging report makes a vital contribution to the public’s understanding of this critical issue.
Climate change directly affects various sectors of genetic resources for food and agriculture and is already taking a toll on natural ecosystems and food production systems. Genetic diversity or resources allow plants and animals to adapt to environmental changes; however, the quick rate of climate change is expected to reduce agricultural productivity and lead to high levels of food insecurity. Divided into six sections—plant, animal, forest, aquatic, invertebrate, and microorganism—this publication surveys the overall impact of climate change on these resources and the role they play in coping with the effects of climate change. Maintaining the sustainability, resiliency, and adaptability of these agroecosystems is paramount to managing those global resources.