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1. Inocybe ionolepis - the trials and tribulations of describing a new species.

Author(s) : Cullington, P.

Publisher : Elsevier Ltd, Oxford, UK

Journal article : Field Mycology 2021 Vol.22 No.2 pp.55-60

3. Saint florent (north Corsica, France).

Author(s) : Revelles, J.; Ghilardi, M.

Publisher : Taylor & Francis, Abingdon, UK

Journal article : Grana 2021 Vol.60 No.2 pp.158-160 ref.4

4. Essential oil composition and antioxidant activity of Paramignya lobata.

Author(s) : Salleh, W. M. N. H. W.; Shamsul Khamis

Publisher : Springer, New York, USA

Journal article : Chemistry of Natural Compounds 2021 Vol.57 No.4 pp.774-775 ref.9

5. Arctic aerosols and the 'Divergence Problem' in dendroclimatology.

Author(s) : Büntgen, U.; Kirdyanov, A. V.; Krusic, P. J.; Shishov, V. V.; Esper, J.

Publisher : Elsevier GmbH, Munich, Germany

Journal article : Dendrochronologia 2021 Vol.67

6. Exploring new frontiers in forecasting forest growth, yield and wood property variation.

Author(s) : Drew, D. M.

Publisher : Springer-Verlag, Paris, France

Journal article : Annals of Forest Science 2021 Vol.78 No.2 ref.7

7. Redefining the logarithmic spiral trenching to understand root structure and distribution of trees.

Author(s) : Ramanan, S. S.; Kunhamu, T. K.

Publisher : Indian Forester, Dehradun, India

Journal article : Indian Forester 2021 Vol.147 No.2 pp.202-204 ref.24

8. Vegetative propagation technique for Pterocarpus santalinus L.f.

Author(s) : Karthikeyan, A.; Kalaiselvi, R.; Sucithra, V.

Publisher : Indian Forester, Dehradun, India

Journal article : Indian Forester 2021 Vol.147 No.3 pp.316-317 ref.5

9. Epimutations define a fast-ticking molecular clock in plants.

Stochastic gains and losses of DNA methylation at CG dinucleotides are a frequent occurrence in plants. These spontaneous 'epimutations' occur at a rate that is 100 000 times higher than the genetic mutation rate, are effectively neutral at the genome-wide scale, and are stably inherited across...

Author(s) : Yao Nan; Schmitz, R. J.; Johannes, F.

Publisher : Cell Press, Cambridge, USA

Journal article : Trends in Genetics 2021 Vol.37 No.8 pp.699-710 ref.91

10. Hydrological and meteorological data from research catchments at the Marcell Experimental Forest, Minnesota, USA.

The Marcell Experimental Forest (MEF) in northern Minnesota, USA, with hydrological research and monitoring of peatland catchments in a low-topographic relief landscape, contrasts with the mountainous terrain that typifies most research catchments. Six research catchments were instrumented and...

Author(s) : Sebestyen, S. D.; Lany, N. K.; Roman, D. T.; Burdick, J. M.; Kyllander, R. L.; Verry, E. S.; Kolka, R. K.

Publisher : Wiley, Chichester, UK

Journal article : Hydrological Processes 2021 Vol.35 No.3 ref.1

11. The Kiryu Experimental Watershed: 50-years of rainfall-runoff data for a forest catchment in central Japan.

The Kiryu Experimental Catchment (KEW) is a small (5.99 ha) forest catchment located in Shiga Prefecture, central Japan (34°58'N, 136°00'E; www.bluemoon.kais.kyoto-u.ac.jp/kiryu/contents.html). Around this area, forest devastation occurred from ca. 1250 to ca. 150 years ago because of overuse of...

Author(s) : Katsuyama, M.; Ohte, N.; Kosugi, Y.; Tani, M.

Publisher : Wiley, Chichester, UK

Journal article : Hydrological Processes 2021 Vol.35 No.3

12. Hydraulic properties affected by litter and stem cover under overland flow.

Vegetation stems and litter cover have different effects on sediment transport capacity under the same experimental conditions, which in essence, may be due to differences in their hydraulic properties, but the availability of comparative studies is limited. This study aimed to compare the...

Author(s) : Ding Lin; Fu SuHua; Zhao Hui

Publisher : Wiley, Chichester, UK

Journal article : Hydrological Processes 2021 Vol.35 No.3

13. A full-scale study of Darcy-Weisbach friction factor for channels vegetated by riparian species.

In this article, an open channel flow resistance equation, deduced applying dimensional analysis and incomplete self-similarity condition for the flow velocity distribution, was tested using measurements carried out in a full-scale channel equipped with three types of riparian plants (Salix alba...

Author(s) : Nicosia, A.; Bischetti, G. B.; Chiaradia, E.; Gandolfi, C.; Ferro, V.

Publisher : Wiley, Chichester, UK

Journal article : Hydrological Processes 2021 Vol.35 No.3

14. Serotiny and the evolution of seed cone size in Cupressaceae conifers.

Premise of research. Serotiny is a specialized dispersal mechanism in which seeds are retained on the parent plant and released following a disturbance event. This strategy has evolved repeatedly in plants inhabiting fire-prone regions and typically requires adaptations for the protection and...

Author(s) : Swarup, K.; Contreras, D.; Leslie, A. B.

Publisher : University of Chicago Press, Chicago, USA

Journal article : International Journal of Plant Sciences 2021 Vol.182 No.1 pp.9-18

15. Assessing the effects of forest biomass reductions on forest health and streamflow.

Forest biomass reductions in overgrown forests have the potential to provide hydrologic benefits in the form of improved forest health and increased streamflow production in water-limited systems. Biomass reductions may also alter evaporation. These changes are generated when water that previously...

Author(s) : Bart, R. R.; Ray, R. L.; Conklin, M. H.; Safeeq, M.; Saksa, P. C.; Tague, C. L.; Bales, R. C.

Publisher : Wiley, Chichester, UK

Journal article : Hydrological Processes 2021 Vol.35 No.3

16. Description of Marolia alicantina sp. nov. (Coleoptera: Melandryidae) from Spain and new distribution records of Marolia species.

Marolia alicantina sp. nov. (Coleoptera: Melandryidae) from eastern Spain is described and illustrated. All specimens were collected using window traps on Quercus rotundifolia Lamarck, 1785 (Fagaceae) in the Carrascar de la Font Roja Natural Park (Alicante, Spain). M. alicantina sp. nov. is the...

Author(s) : Konvička, O.; Brustel, H.

Publisher : Magnolia Press, Auckland, New Zealand

Journal article : Zootaxa 2021 Vol.4920 No.3 pp.407-416 ref.17

17. A study on how the five senses are affected when tourists experience towns with forest characteristics: an empirical analysis based on the data of Fujian, Guangdong and Sichuan in China.

Senses are the primary channel by which travelers enjoy tourism, and the sensory experience of tourists is very important to the quality of their tourism experience. In this study, 385 questionnaires were distributed to tourists visiting the first batch of characteristic towns classified by the...

Author(s) : Shao Min; Lin DeRong

Publisher : MDPI AG, Basel, Switzerland

Journal article : Sustainability 2021 Vol.13 No.15 ref.83

18. Climate change and informal education in the opinion of forest users in Poland.

Climate change affects various aspects of the economy, agriculture, economics, and politics, including forestry. There is more and more talk about the real impact of the effects of climate change. This paper presents the results of a survey on the perceptions of two groups, foresters and...

Author(s) : Korcz, N.; Koba, J.; Kobyłka, A.; Janeczko, E.; Gmitrowicz-Iwan, J.

Publisher : MDPI AG, Basel, Switzerland

Journal article : Sustainability 2021 Vol.13 No.14 ref.54

19. Land use, environmental, and food consumption patterns in sub-Saharan Africa, 2000 - 2015: a review.

Sub-Saharan Africa (SSA) land use changes are primarily influenced by agriculture and its population. The region faces various challenges ranging from rainfall variabilities to poverty and insecurities, which further hampered food supply and production. The spatial analysis identified six land...

Author(s) : Chiaka Chiwuikem [Chiaka, C. J.]; Zhen Lin

Publisher : MDPI AG, Basel, Switzerland

Journal article : Sustainability 2021 Vol.13 No.15 ref.91

20. Surface activity of humic acid and its sub-fractions from forest soil.

Surface activity of humic acid (HA) and its six sub-fractions isolated from forest soil were characterized by surface tension measurements, dynamic light scattering, and laser doppler electrophoresis. The surface tension of HA and its sub-fractions reduced from 72.4 mN.m-1 to 36.8 mN.m-1 in...

Author(s) : Tian ShiJie; Tan WeiQiang; Wang XinYuan; Li TingTing; Song FanHao; Huang NanNan; Bai YingChen

Publisher : MDPI AG, Basel, Switzerland

Journal article : Sustainability 2021 Vol.13 No.15 ref.52

21. A pedagogical approach to incorporating the concept of sustainability into design-to-physical-construction teaching in introductory architectural design courses: a case study on a bamboo construction project.

Sustainable architectural education is offered in colleges and universities all over the world. Studies have emphasized the importance of sustainable architectural education in introductory courses of architecture major programs, but methods and strategies for teaching sustainable architecture at...

Author(s) : Xiang XingWei; Wu Qian; Zhang Ye; Zhu BiFeng; Wang XiaoJi; Wan AnPing; Huang TongLe; Hu LuoKe

Publisher : MDPI AG, Basel, Switzerland

Journal article : Sustainability 2021 Vol.13 No.14 ref.65

22. Special Issue.

Protected Areas (PAs) perform essential biological and landscape diversity conservation functions. They also serve as nature labs and experimental grounds for various sorts of monitoring research around the world. An object for environmental co-operation between neighbouring countries is an...

Publisher : Fund for Support and Development of Protected Areas, Saransk, Russia

Journal issue : Nature Conservation Research 2021 Vol.6 No.Suppl. 1 pp.1-136 ref.14

23. Maladaptation, migration and extirpation fuel climate change risk in a forest tree species.

Accounting for population-level adaptation and migration remains a central challenge to predicting climate change effects on biodiversity. Assessing how climate change could disrupt local climate adaptation, resulting in maladaptation and possibly extirpation, can inform where climate change poses...

Author(s) : Gougherty, A. V.; Keller, S. R.; Fitzpatrick, M. C.

Publisher : Nature Publishing Group, London, UK

Journal article : Nature Climate Change 2021 Vol.11 No.2 pp.166-171 ref.48

24. The impact of near-real-time deforestation alerts across the tropics.

Reducing deforestation to mitigate climate change necessitates monitoring of deforestation activity. However, while freely available deforestation alerts on forest loss are available, the effect of these alerts and the presence of subscribers in a particular area is unclear. Here, we show that...

Author(s) : Moffette, F.; Alix-Garcia, J.; Shea, K.; Pickens, A. H.

Publisher : Nature Publishing Group, London, UK

Journal article : Nature Climate Change 2021 Vol.11 No.2 pp.172-178 ref.29

25. dynamics of initial spacing on the diameter of hybrid Eucalyptus grandis x Eucalyptus urophylla in a systematic design.

We evaluated the effect of initial spacing on the distribution of Eucalyptus grandis x Eucalyptus urophylla tree diameters in a Nelder wheel design. The study area was in west-central Brazil. A Nelder wheel design with three repetitions was used. This design provides 432 planting spots per...

Author(s) : Lima, M. B. de O.; Nappo, M. E.; Soares, K. L.; Castro, R. V. O.; Miguel, E. P.; Soares, T. S.; Gaspar, R. de O.; Aquino, P. S. R.; Matias, R. A. M.

Publisher : Southern Cross Publishing Group, Brisbane, Australia

Journal article : Australian Journal of Crop Science 2021 Vol.15 No.3 pp.422-430 ref.many