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  1. Spatiotemporal dissemination of ESBL-producing Enterobacterales in municipal sewer systems: a prospective, longitudinal study in the city of Basel, Switzerland 

    Gomez-Sanz, Elena; Bagutti, Claudia; Roth, Jan A.; et al. (2023)
    BackgroundThe contribution of community and hospital sources to the transmission of extended-spectrum beta-lactamase producing Enterobacterales (ESBL-PE) remains elusive. AimTo investigate the extent of community dissemination and the contribution of hospitals to the spread of ESBL-PE by exploring their spatiotemporal distribution in municipal wastewater of the central European city of Basel. MethodsWastewater samples were collected monthly ...
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  2. Low-carbon diets can reduce global ecological and health costs 

    Lucas, Elysia; Guo, Miao; Guillen-Gosalbez, Gonzalo (2023)
    The hidden costs of current diets, or the cost saving associated with the adoption of low-carbon diets, remain unknown. This study combines life cycle assessment and monetarization factors to quantify the indirect costs of nine global dietary change strategies which progressively reduce animal-sourced foods, including consumption-linked health burden from changes in diet-related disease risk.
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  3. Tree-ring δ<sup>13</sup>C of Pinus koraiensis is a better tracer of gross primary productivity than tree-ring width index in an old-growth temperate forest 

    Diao H.; Wang A.; Gharun M.; et al. (2023)
    Ecological Indicators
    Tree-ring carbon (C) isotope composition (δ13C) varies depending on photosynthetic capacity and stomatal conductance, and it is therefore intrinsically associated with vegetation productivity. Still, very little is known about the relationship between tree-ring δ13C values and forest gross primary productivity (GPP). Here, we investigated relationships between tree-ring δ13C, tree-ring width index (RWI) and ecosystem-level GPP in a Korean ...
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  4. Global monitoring of soil multifunctionality in drylands using satellite imagery and field data 

    Hernandez-Clemente, R.; Hornero, A.; Gonzalez-Dugo, V.; et al. (2023)
    Models derived from satellite image data are needed to monitor the status of terrestrial ecosystems across large spatial scales. However, a remote sensing-based approach to quantify soil multifunctionality at the global scale is missing despite significant research efforts on this topic. A major constraint for doing so is the availability of suitable global-scale field data to calibrate remote sensing indicators (RSI) and, to a lesser ...
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  5. Physical inference of falling objects involves simulation of occluded trajectories in early visual areas 

    Zbaren, Gabrielle Aude; Meissner, Sarah Nadine; Kapur, Manu; et al. (2023)
    Humans possess an intuitive understanding of the environment's physical properties and dynamics, which allows them to predict the outcomes of physical scenarios and successfully interact with the physical world. This predictive ability is thought to rely on mental simulations and has been shown to involve frontoparietal areas. Here, we investigate whether such mental simulations may be accompanied by visual imagery of the predicted physical ...
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