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1. Palpebral hidrocystoma.

Author(s) : Agharbi, F. Z.

Publisher : African Field Epidemiology Network, Kampala, Uganda

Journal article : Pan African Medical Journal 2019 Vol.33

2. A novel regional ecological assessment technology based on improved ELECTRE method.

A lot of efforts have been made in ecological assessment and applications. At present, Chinese government attaches great importance to regional economic development, so this research takes China as the research object. For this reason, a novel regional ecological assessment technology is proposed...

Author(s) : Yu, J. P.; Yu, W. Y.

Publisher : ALÖKI Applied Ecological Research and Forensic Institute Ltd., Budapest, Hungary

Journal article : Applied Ecology and Environmental Research 2019 Vol.17 No.5 pp.10509-10523 ref.30

3. A review of wetland remote sensing.

Wetlands are some of the most important ecosystems on Earth. They play a key role in alleviating floods and filtering polluted water and also provide habitats for many plants and animals. Wetlands also interact with climate change. Over the past 50 years, wetlands have been polluted and declined...

Author(s) : Guo Meng; Li Jing; Sheng ChunLei; Xu JiaWei; Wu Li

Publisher : MDPI AG, Basel, Switzerland

Journal article : Sensors 2017 Vol.17 No.4 pp.777 ref.283

4. The Dune Lakes in central coastal California: why are they dry?

The Dune Lakes comprise 10 natural lakes in the Callender Dunes in central coastal California, USA. These lakes are wetlands in an arid environment, being important habitat for native wildlife and plants, including three occurrences of the federally endangered/State threatened wetland plant, La...

Author(s) : Kofron, C. P.

Publisher : Wiley, Tokyo, Japan

Journal article : Lakes and Reservoirs: Research and Management 2019 Vol.24 No.2 pp.190-194

5. Biogeochemical characteristics of the last floating coastal bog remnant in Europe, the Sehestedt bog.

With the current risks caused by sea level rise and increased extreme weather events, the study of natural coastal systems has never been more important. Erosion and anthropogenic forcing led to disappeared of the majority of coastal bogs in Europe. Here, we report on case study of a unique bog...

Author(s) : Dijk, G. van; Fritz, C.; Straathof, N.; Riet, B. van de; Hogeweg, N.; Harpenslager, S. F.; Roelofs, J. G. M.; Behre, K. E.; Lamers, L. P. M.

Publisher : Springer, Dordrecht, Netherlands

Journal article : Wetlands 2019 Vol.39 No.2 pp.227-238 ref.60

6. Modelling the impact of climate change on Tanzanian forests.

Aim: Climate change is pressing extra strain on the already degraded forest ecosystem in Tanzania. However, it is mostly unknown how climate change will affect the distribution of forests in the future. We aimed to model the impacts of climate change on natural forests to help inform national-level ...

Author(s) : John, E.; Bunting, P.; Hardy, A.; Roberts, O.; Giliba, R.; Silayo, dos S.

Publisher : Wiley, Oxford, UK

Journal article : Diversity and Distributions 2020 Vol.26 No.12 pp.1663-1686 ref.many

7. Role of termites in the restoration of soils and plant richness on bowé in West Africa.

Bowé (hardened ferricrete soils formed by erosion, drought or deforestation) are often associated with termite mounds, but little is known about these mounds and their role in the restoration of soils and plant biodiversity on bowé. This study examined termite mounds on bowé and their effects on...

Author(s) : Padonou, E. A.; Djagoun, C. A. M. S.; Akakpo, A. B.; Ahlinvi, S.; Lykke, A. M.; Schmidt, M.; Assogbadjo, A.; Sinsin, B.

Publisher : Wiley, Oxford, UK

Journal article : African Journal of Ecology 2020 Vol.58 No.4 pp.828-835

8. Climate change adaptation: putting principles into practice.

Carrying out wildlife conservation in a changing climate requires planning on long timescales at both a site and network level, while also having the flexibility to adapt actions at sites over short timescales in response to changing conditions and new information. The Royal Society for the...

Author(s) : Ausden, M.

Publisher : Springer, New York, USA

Journal article; Conference paper : Environmental Management 2014 Vol.54 No.4 pp.685-698 ref.84

9. Mesoscale river restoration enhances the diversity of floodplain vegetation.

Effective river restoration aims for the recovery of ecosystem functions by restoring processes and connectivity to the floodplain. At the straightened lowland river Stör in northern Germany, a sequence of 15 new meanders was created in 2008, with wavelengths up to 70 m. The newly created areas...

Author(s) : Seer, F. K.; Brunke, M.; Schrautzer, J.

Publisher : Wiley, Chichester, UK

Journal article : River Research and Applications 2018 Vol.34 No.8 pp.1013-1023

10. Agri-environmental management in Europe. Sustainable challenges and solutions - from policy interventions to practical farm management.

Modern agriculture faces many challenges, most crucially food security and the need for sustainable farming systems. Decisions and actions in the agricultural sector come from government and stakeholder policies and on-farm decision-making. This comprehensive monograph provides a perspective on the ...

Author(s) : Lewis, K.; Tzilivakis, J.; Warner, D.; Green, A.

Publisher : 5M Publishing, Sheffield, UK

Book : Agri-environmental management in Europe. Sustainable challenges and solutions - from policy interventions to practical farm management 2018 pp.472 pp.

11. SPOT imagery observation on mangrove changes using NDVI density analysis: the case of Sepang Besar River, Malaysia.

Mangrove forests are confined by river basins and play a role as a hotspot of biodiversity while acting to prevent erosion in the river-coastal system. However, mangroves are changing rapidly at present, driven by urbanization and land use land cover transformation. Similar to other types of...

Author(s) : Muhammad Yazrin Yasin; Nisfariza Mohd Noor; Mariney Mohd Yusoff; Jamalunlaili Abdullah; Norzailawati Mohd Noor

Publisher : AWG Publishing, Wadsworth, USA

Journal article : Arab World Geographer 2021 Vol.23 No.2/3 pp.217-228 ref.14

12. Strategies and policies for water quality management of Gharasou river, Kermanshah, Iran: a review.

Water quality of rivers depends on land use, sediment load, natural hazards such as flooding and drought, water pollution and eutrophication, and multiple use. The water quality management of the Gharasou River in a basin-scale approach was reviewed. Both non-point and point sources were...

Author(s) : Fatemi, A.

Publisher : Springer Berlin, Heidelberg, Germany

Journal article : Environmental Earth Sciences 2020 Vol.79 No.11 ref.many

13. Impact of global change on nutrient dynamics in mangrove forests.

The cycling of essential nutrients is central to mangrove productivity. A mass balance shows that mangroves rely on soil ammonification, nitrification, and dissimilatory reduction to ammonium for available nitrogen. Mangroves are often nutrient limited and show tight coupling between nutrient...

Author(s) : Alongi, D. M.

Publisher : MDPI AG, Basel, Switzerland

Journal article : Forests 2018 Vol.9 No.10 pp.596 ref.60

14. Status, importance and major issues in water source in watershed of Chitwan, Nepal.

Khageri Khola sub-watershed of the Chitwan district is stressed by climate change and is facing changes in its water source. The main objective of this study was to assess the status of water sources, their importance, water source issues, and distribution of water sources as well as to suggest...

Author(s) : Shrestha, P.; Manandhar, B.; Dhungana, N.; Rajbhandari, S.

Publisher : Institute of Forestry, Tribhuvan University, Pokhara, Nepal

Journal article : Forestry: Journal of Institute of Forestry, Nepal 2020 Vol.17 pp.135-154 ref.45

15. Geothermal energy resources: potential environmental impact and land reclamation.

With increasing costs, finite sources, and adverse environmental impacts of fossil fuels, global attention has focused on developing renewable and clean sources of energy. Although geothermal energy is considered one of the most promising sources of renewable and clean energy, it may not be as...

Author(s) : Dhar, A.; Naeth, M. A.; Jennings, P. D.; El-Din, M. G.

Publisher : NRC Research Press, Ottawa, Canada

Journal article : Environmental Reviews 2020 Vol.28 No.4 pp.415-427 ref.many

16. Biodiversity potential of burial places - a review on the flora and fauna of cemeteries and churchyards.

During the past centuries human-induced land use changes resulted in a considerable loss of natural habitats worldwide. In transformed landscapes historical burial places such as cemeteries and churchyards can have the potential for biodiversity conservation. In our review we aimed at evaluating...

Author(s) : Löki, V.; Deák, B.; Lukács, A. B.; Molnár V., A.

Publisher : Elsevier, Amsterdam, Netherlands

Journal article : Global Ecology and Conservation 2019 Vol.18 ref.many

17. Ground-dwelling spider fauna of flooded meadows in Matsalu, Estonia.

Traditionally managed and unregulated floodplain meadows are characterised by high and habitat-specific biodiversity. In most parts of Europe, however, these habitats are almost completely lost. Despite possessing high importance in conservation, little is known about the dynamics of important...

Author(s) : Meriste, M.; Helm, A.; Ivask, M.

Publisher : Springer, Dordrecht, Netherlands

Journal article : Wetlands 2016 Vol.36 No.3 pp.525-537 ref.68

18. Effects of habitat diversity on wildlife conservation and management in eastern Croatia.

The protection of habitats makes an integral part of the nature conservation policy in the European Union. The updated digital Habitat Map of Croatia shows the spatial overview of natural and semi-natural, non-forest terrestrial and inland freshwater habitats at a scale of 1:25 000. The field...

Author(s) : Rozac, V.; Prlic, D.; Ozimec, S.; Florijancic, T.

Publisher : Balkan Environmental Association (BENA), Thessaloniki, Greece

Journal article : Journal of Environmental Protection and Ecology 2019 Vol.20 No.2 pp.701-706 ref.13

19. Integrated ocean management for a sustainable ocean economy.

The rapidly evolving ocean economy, driven by human needs for food, energy, transportation and recreation, has led to unprecedented pressures on the ocean that are further amplified by climate change, loss of biodiversity and pollution. The need for better governance of human activities in the...

Author(s) : Winther, J. G.; Dai MinHan; Rist, T.; Hoel, A. H.; Li YangFan; Trice, A.; Morrissey, K.; Juinio-Meñez, M. A.; Fernandes, L.; Unger, S.; Scarano, F. R.; Halpin, P.; Whitehouse, S.

Publisher : Nature Publishing Group, London, UK

Journal article : Nature Ecology & Evolution 2020 Vol.4 No.11 pp.1451-1458 ref.87

20. Model development for the estimation of specific degradation using classification and prediction of data mining.

The objective of this study is to develop a prediction model of specific degradation using data mining classification especially for the rivers in South Korea river. A number of critical predictors such as erosion and sediment transport were extracted for the prediction model considering watershed...

Author(s) : Jang EunKyung; Kang Woochul

Publisher : Korea Water Resources Association, Seoul, Korea Republic

Journal article : Journal of Korea Water Resources Association 2020 Vol.53 No.3 pp.215-223 ref.31

21. Flood, drought and the inter-annual variation to the number and size of ponds and small wetlands in an English lowland landscape over three years of weather extremes.

Ponds are biodiversity hotspots, but pond conservation is hampered by problems auditing these small, often temporary, habitats. Data on temporal changes to the number of ponds in response to weather variations are lacking. Annual and seasonal changes to the numbers and area of wetted ponds in a...

Author(s) : Jeffries, M. J.

Publisher : Springer, Dordrecht, Netherlands

Journal article : Hydrobiologia 2016 Vol.768 pp.255-272 ref.many

22. The water quality of zayandeh-rood river with macrobehthos biodiversity indexes in fall 2017 to spring 2018.

The purpose of this study is to conduct a qualitative analysis of Zayandeh-rood River water using benthic invertebrate communities in fall 2017 to Spring 2018. To do so, we select 6 stations and 3 sediment samples were collected in each stations. Sediment samples were fixated and various animals...

Author(s) : Niknam, E.; Chamani, A.; Nourouzi, M.

Publisher : Alzahra University, Tehran, Iran

Journal article : Journal of Applied Biology (Iran) 2020 Vol.32 No.4 pp.fa164-fa174- en175 ref.48

23. Shallow erosion on grassland slopes in the European Alps - Geomorphological classification, spatio-temporal analysis, and understanding snow and vegetation impacts.

Erosion with the subsequent loss of soil and soil fertility is one of the urgent environmental problems worldwide. On grassland slopes from the montane to the alpine elevation zones of the European Alps, shallow erosion is a widespread and regionally increasing phenomenon. This group of mechanical...

Author(s) : Geitner, C.; Mayr, A.; Rutzinger, M.; Löbmann, M. T.; Tonin, R.; Zerbe, S.; Wellstein, C.; Markart, G.; Kohl, B.

Publisher : Elsevier Ltd, Oxford, UK

Journal article : Geomorphology 2021 Vol.373 ref.many

24. Applications and prospect of the flux-gradient method in measuring the greenhouse gases and isotope fluxes.

Flux-gradient method and eddy covariance technique are classical micrometeorological methods, which observe fluxes of mass and energy. Flux-gradient method can effectively measure the greenhouse gas and isotope fluxes between ecosystem (or soil) and atmosphere although gas analyzer with high...

Author(s) : Zhao JiaYu; Xiao Wei; Zhang Mi; Wang JingYuan; Wen XueFa; Lee XuHui

Publisher : Editorial Office of Chinese Journal of Plant Ecology, Beijing, China

Journal article : Chinese Journal of Plant Ecology 2020 Vol.44 No.4 pp.305-317 ref.54

25. Sweetcane (Erianthus arundinaceus) as a native bioenergy crop with environmental remediation potential in southern China: a review.

Sweetcane (Erianthus arundinaceus [Retzius] Jeswiet) is an ecologically dominant warm-season perennial grass native to southern China. It traditionally plays an important role in sugarcane breeding due to its excellent biological traits and genetic relatedness to sugarcane. Recent studies have...

Author(s) : Wang WenGuo; Li Rui; Wang Hong; Qi BuFan; Jiang XiaoMei; Zhu QiLi; Cai DengGao; Tang XiaoYu; Zhao Qi

Publisher : Wiley, Oxford, UK

Journal article : GCB Bioenergy 2019 Vol.11 No.9 pp.1012-1025 ref.105