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Editorial

William F. Precht

Article ID: 4598
Views - 174  (Abstract) PDF - 45  (Download)
 
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Articles

Bhushan Kumar Sharma, Sumita Sharma

Article ID: 4520
Views - 206  (Abstract) PDF - 44  (Download)
Abstract: The authors analyze phytoplankton diversity of a small urban wetland of Meghalaya to assess biodiversity and limnology interest of small water bodies. This “slightly acidic-circumneutral, demineralized and soft water” subtropical wetland reveals diverse phytoplankton (64 species), indicates high desmid richness and highlights the speciose littoral constel...
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David A. Wood

Article ID: 4552
Views - 129  (Abstract) PDF - 24  (Download)
Abstract: Variations in net ecosystem exchange (NEE) of carbon dioxide, and the variables influencing it, at woodland sites over multiple years determine the long term performance of those sites as carbon sinks. In this study, weekly-averaged data from two AmeriFlux sites in North America of evergreen woodland, in different climatic zones and with distinct tree and...
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Ndifon Elias Mjaika

Article ID: 4746
Views - 74  (Abstract) PDF - 18  (Download)
Abstract: Significant socio-economic, spiritual, nutritional and medicinal needs of the countrysides in Central Africa region are obtainable from macrofungi. Conversely, anthropogenic activities and climate change have led to a reduction in the habitats of mushrooms which has led to some mushrooms becoming endangered. A dearth of information on the ecology, managem...
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Short Communication

Samuel Tuffa

Article ID: 4747
Views - 99  (Abstract) PDF - 12  (Download)
Abstract: Rangelands contribute to human well-being worldwide. However, its fragile ecosystems are threatened due to inappropriate management that has been leading to its degradation in African rangelands in general and in Ethiopian rangelands in particular. Rangeland degradation is attributable to both natural and anthropogenic causes. Restoring degraded areas by ...
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