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Sebastião Venâncio Martins, Wesley da Silva Fonseca, Luiz Henrique Elias Cosimo, Diego Balestrin

Article ID: 2631
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Abstract: The objective of this study was to compare the soil seed bank in an area under natural regeneration (F1) and another reforested through seedling planting (F2), seven years after bauxite mining, in Southeast, Brazil. In each area, 10 sampling points were randomly distributed, using three samples of topsoil to represent each point. The samples were transpor...
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Kongxin Zhu, Huili Wang, Zuoyu Qin, Jian Tang, Xiaojun Deng, Jizhao Cao, Shunyao Zhuang

Article ID: 2637
Views - 174  (Abstract) PDF - 47  (Download)
Abstract: Legume green manure is extensively planted to improve soil fertility in crop field. However, the application of legume in Eucalyptus plantation is still limited and depends on site specific and species. Therefore, the objective of this study was to determine the effects of green manure interplantation on soil fertility and plant growth of Eucalyptus plant...
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Peter Kupurai, Andrew Tapiwa Kugedera, Nyasha Sakadzo

Article ID: 2874
Views - 144  (Abstract) PDF - 31  (Download)
Abstract: Food insecurity in most dry regions in Zimbabwe has taught many people a lesson of using non timber forest products (NTFPs) to reduce food insecurity and improve livelihoods as well as poverty alleviation. The aim of the study was to evaluate the potential contribution of non-timber forest products to smallholder farmers in arid and semi-arid regions. The...
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Kazim Onur Demirarslan, Ismet Yener

Article ID: 2895
Views - 224  (Abstract) PDF - 44  (Download)
Abstract: The population of Turkey has increased rapidly in parallel with the rise in technology and industrialization. The increasing population of the country has triggered urbanization, and environmental problems have drawn attention. One of the issues resulting from urbanization is municipal solid waste (MSW). Every object we use in our daily life is transforme...
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Ruth Oghenerukevwe Eyankware Ulakpa, Wisdom Chukwuemeke Ulakpa, Moses Oghenenyoreme Eyankware

Article ID: 2904
Views - 102  (Abstract) PDF - 27  (Download)
Abstract: The study area is one of the areas in the South-South region of Nigeria that has been ravaged by erosion.This has led to loss of infrastructures and impact on the livelihood of the inhabitants of the study area. In this study, the physio-chemical properties of soils in Agbor and its neighboring communities was assessed in eleven different locations. A tot...
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Masuma Begam, Sudin Pal, Niranjita Mitra, Asitava Chatterjee, Anirban Mukhopadhyay, Subhra Kumar Mukhopadhyay

Article ID: 2905
Views - 186  (Abstract) PDF - 36  (Download)
Abstract: The present investigation is conducted to study the year wise (2011 to 2018) changes of water hyacinth (Eichhornia crassipes) cover at Santragachi Lake a Wetland under National Wetland Conservation Programme of India. Further the relationship between water hyacinth cover and the most abundant migratory waterbirds of Satragachi, Lesser Whistling Teal (LWT;...
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Safieh Javadinejad, David Hannah, Stefan Krause, Rebwar Dara, Forough Jafary, Mohsen Nasseri

Article ID: 2865
Views - 175  (Abstract) PDF - 36  (Download)
Abstract: Different sets of dry spell length such as complete series, monthly maximum, seasonal maximum, and annual maximum are applied and modeled with different probability distribution functions (such as Gumbel Max, generalized extreme value, Log-Logistic, generalized logistic, inverse Gaussian, Log-Pearson 3, generalized Pareto) to recognize in which duration, ...
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