Papers in Environmental Sciences

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  1. The continuous advances in technology cause innovation-acceptation-consolidationobsolescence flows regarding the knowledge and technology management strategies, both ad hoc and planned, of the corporations and also, in a different scale, of the…
  2. This book provides you with the perfect introduction to your studies in peace and conflict resolution and equips you with the tools you need to analyse real-world cases. Drawing on recent research and examples from around the world, the new edition:…
  3. This study contributes to global debates on biofuels and rural\ndevelopment, providing insights into the role of Jatropha curcas L.\n(Jatropha) in addressing global poverty and promoting sustainable\nenergy. Jatropha energy crop investments have…
  4. Salinity is a major environmental constraint limiting the yield of crop plants in many semi-arid and arid regions. A recently developed biophysical model for plant growth in saline environments confirms a critical role for root morphology and…
  5. Multitouch wall-sized displays afford new forms of collaboration: They can be used up close by several users simultaneously, offer high resolution, and provide sufficient space for intertwining individual and joint work. The difference to displays…
  6. The upstream migration of 17 radio-tagged adult Atlantic salmon, Salmo salar L., past hydroelectric developments on the River Nidelva, Southern Norway, was examined. Salmon migrated quickly from the site of release in the lower part of the river up…
  7. The green revolution in India is focusing peasant attention on the prices of farm inputs and outputs. According to the Rudolphs, a class of 'bullock capitalists', newly hegemonic in the Indian countryside, is mobilizing support for a new agrarian…
  8. Knowledge of animal spatial ecology is essential for the design and siting of proposed aquatic protected areas (APAs), as well as the assessment and monitoring of existing ones. Acoustic telemetry is one of the primary tools for the assessment of…
  9. Methods designed for inferring phylogenetic trees have been widely applied to reconstruct biogeographic history. Because traditional phylogenetic methods used in biogeographic reconstruction are based on trees rather than networks, they follow the…
  10. In ecosystems, a single extinction event can give rise to multiple 'secondary' extinctions. Conservation effort would benefit from tools that help forecast the consequences of species removal. One such tool is the dominator tree, a graph-theoretic…
  11. Low-rank square-root Kalman filters were developed for the efficient estimation of the state of high dimensional dynamical systems. These filters avoid the huge computa- tional burden of the Kalman filter by approximating the filter’s error…
  12. In marine ecosystems the production of planktonic copepods supports most food webs, directly affecting higher trophic levels (including pelagic fish populations) and the biological pump of carbon into the deep ocean. 1 Traditionally, in ecological…
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