The presence of vaesite in the sample may represent supergene remobilization
of nickel into the weathered profile.
Sowing depth can affect seedling establishment due to poor remobilization
and translocation of seed reserves towards newly growing maize seedling sinks.
Effect of solid/liquid ratio on the remobilization
of Cu, Pb and Zn from polluted river sediment.
Populist Shiite preacher Moqtada al-Sadr even went as far to say that "given the government's clear failure in this regard, we are ready to save Kirkuk from the hand of terrorism," referring to the possible remobilization
of Sadr's own militia.
THE Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) has explained that its apology to Nigerians is a pathway to national healing, renewal of hope and remobilization
of the citizenry for the task of rescuing the nation from its current 'pathetic situation occasioned by the painful misrule' of the All Progressives Congress (APC).
For this reason, Sarah Zukerman Daly's excellent study of the factors driving remobilization
and the return to violence of Colombian armed groups demobilized from 2003-6 is both important and timely.
But with temperatures rising in northern environments, there is concern of remobilization
of the wastes, spelling complications for who is responsible for the removal and how it will affect the surrounding environment.
Key finding: Nutrient uptake and remobilization
varies by specific nutrient
The relationship between the characteristics of the magnetic field described here and the geological structures suggest a remobilization
of the basement during the Laramide orogeny, in which various deep fault systems were reactivated, thus dividing the basement into blocks.
does not fully restore immobilization induced articular cartilage atrophy.
"We did not see any kind of remobilization
of contaminated sediments from the storm and the water quality was good."