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Terrestrial Carbon Sink Counteracts by Inland Waters

There are several fates for carbon remobilization from catchment to rivers, i.e., burial in sediments, export downstream or evasion to the atmosphere. In the context of Cole’s plumbed carbon cycle, riverine CO2 degassing become higher and higher, Read more…

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Posted by Albert - 07/01/2013 at 00:33

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Ecosystem and Community Study

Ecology is the branches of the sciences, in which we study the relationship, of the species with respect to the environment. These aspects has been termed by the different names such as the Autecology, Synecology and community succession, Read more…

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Posted by Albert - 15/12/2012 at 03:11

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Climatic Variables in Wetland

Wetlands are principle element of the ecosystems where exposed with the adverse effects of climate change.Vembanad Kol is the largest international wetland in India with area around 400 ha. It describes one downscaling methods, Read more…

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Posted by Albert - 24/11/2012 at 03:01

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Territorial Identity of Grazing Systems

A survey to inter-disciplinary experts on 46 European Large Scale Grazing Systems was conducted in 2011. These cultural landscapes were located in marginal areas of High Nature Value and encompassed a wide range of environment and management conditions. Read more…

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Posted by Albert - 23/11/2012 at 06:13

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Using Landscape Metrics in Cumulative Effects

Landscape metrics quantify structural features of the landscape and enable scientists to use these metrics in fast cumulative assessment and ongoing research of the development activities on the environment. Read more…

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Posted by Albert - 19/11/2012 at 01:46

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Conserving Biodiversity & Ecosystem Services: A Dual Approach

The present rate of biodiversity extinction has been fuelled by exorbitant habitat destruction resulting in constant compromises on human derived essentialities or ecosystem services from a functioning ecosystem. The situation demands a dual approach Read more…

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Posted by Albert - 17/09/2012 at 01:44

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