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Amawulu Ebenezer, Akpoebiere O. Mercy Ekwuribe

Article ID: 3773
Views - 118  (Abstract) PDF - 42  (Download)
Abstract: Evaluating the presence of fresh water snails in a location is germane in establishing a snail-borne disease control program. The purpose of the study was to see how physicochemical parameters influenced the population distribution of four fresh water snails ( Lymnaea natalensis , Bulinus globosus , Biomphalaria pfeiffer , and M...
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Ihuma J. O., Agida I. O., Nashima T. N.

Article ID: 4190
Views - 118  (Abstract) PDF - 27  (Download)
Abstract: Assessment of fungal species associated with a multicultural orchard and cultivated land in Bingham University landscape was carried out, with the ultimate aim of identifying the fungi species present in soil under different agricultural practices. A total of 30 soil samples were collected and the composite from each land use pattern was analyzed in the l...
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Mengtian Sun, Kai Huang, Jinhua Shao, Weixiong Wu, Xinyue Liang

Article ID: 4259
Views - 111  (Abstract) PDF - 23  (Download)
Abstract: China is rich in hydropower resources, and mountain rivers have abundant water resources and huge development potential, which have a profound impact on the pattern of water resources allocation in China. As the main way of water resources and hydropower development, the construction of cascade hydropower stations, while meeting the requirements of water ...
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Inoussa Maman Maarouhi, Ibrahim Fataw

Article ID: 4362
Views - 72  (Abstract) PDF - 19  (Download)
Abstract: Plant biodiversity plays a major role for sustaining livelihood of rural population. However, unsustainable exploitation of woody plants for firewood in Niger is creating ecological challenges. This study aims to evaluate plant species composition, richness and equitability for sustainable and inclusive management in rural areas. Plot vegetation inventory...
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Review (This article belongs to the Special Issue "Impacts of Climatic Changes on Biodiversity")

Kuok Ho Daniel Tang, Tony Hadibarata

Article ID: 4363
Views - 215  (Abstract) PDF - 37  (Download)
Abstract: Seagrass meadows provide important ecological functions, particularly by serving as carbon sinks and breeding grounds for marine species. Climate change has threatened seagrass communities, causing their replacement, loss and increased vulnerability. This review examined scholarly articles published between 2010-2021 to comprehensively present the impacts...
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Editorial

Vinícius Londe

Article ID: 4575
Views - 421  (Abstract) PDF - 196  (Download)
 
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