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What does JEQ stand for?

JEQ stands for Journal of Environmental Quality

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Ippolito published his findings in the Journal of Agricultural Science, Soil Science, and the Journal of Environmental Quality.
A study recently published in the Journal of Environmental Quality by a team from Cornell University and the University of Illinois-Urbana finds that the drainage systems in upper Mississippi farmlands--from southwest Minnesota to Iowa, Illinois, Indiana and Ohio--are the biggest contributors of nitrogen runoff into the Gulf of Mexico.
In the drug-suffused soil, all three crops absorbed substantial amounts of chlortetracycline into their aboveground tissues, the researchers report in the November-December Journal of Environmental Quality.
Reddy has the distinction of serving on the Editorial Board of Applied and Environmental Microbiology and as an invited peer-reviewer for a variety of recognized scientific journals, such as: Enzyme and Microbial Technology, Applied Microbiology and Biotechnology, Journal of Industrial Microbiology, Journal of Environmental Quality, Environmental Science and Technology Molecular Microbiology, Biotechnology and Bioengineering, Science, Journal of Biotechnology, Biodegradation, Microbiological Reviews, and Proceedings of the National Academy of Science.
The addition of composted biosolids rich in iron, manganese, and organic matter to a lead-contaminated home garden in Baltimore appears to bind the lead, according to a study published in the January/February 2003 issue of the Journal of Environmental Quality As a result, the lead is less likely to be absorbed into the bloodstreams of children who dirty their hands playing outside or are tempted to taste mud pies they have "baked" in the backyard.
The results, reported online last year in the Journal of Environmental Quality, showed that the VIFs were in fact significantly better barriers to fumigant diffusion than the polyethylene films, but their effectiveness varied depending on the fumigant tested.