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Proceedings of the Indian Geotechnical Conference 2019

Satyajit Patel , Krishna R. Reddy , Sanjay Kumar Shukla , C. H. Solanki

This book comprises select proceedings of the annual conference of the Indian Geotechnical Society. The conference brings together research and case histories on various aspects of geotechnical and geoenvironmental engineering. The book presents papers on geotechnical...



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Ecosystem Services in Patagonia

Laura Nahuelhual , Guillermo Martínez Pastur , Pablo L. Peri

This book aims to quantify and discuss how societies have directly and indirectly benefited from ecosystem services in Patagonia; not only in terms of provisioning and cultural services, but also regulating and supporting services. Patagonia, a region that stretches...



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Electrochemically Assisted Remediation of Contaminated Soils

E. V. Dos Santos , M. A. Rodrigo

This book provides an overview of the current development status of remediation technologies involving electrochemical processes, which are used to clean up soils that are contaminated with different types of contaminants (organics, inorganics, metalloids and...

2021-06-15 |

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Environmental Pollution



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Ethology and Behavioral Ecology of Otariids and the Odobenid

Claudio Campagna , Robert Harcourt

This book is focused on the marine mammalian groups the Otariidae and the Odobenidae, otherwise known as fur seals, sea lions and the walrus. In 30 chapters, more than 60 authors from 30 institutions and 13 nationalities, discuss a broad suite of topics from maternal...



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The outstanding universal value and conservation of Hubei Shennongjia

Guozhen Shen , Zongqiang Xie

This book owes a great deal to the outstanding universal value of the natural heritage of Hubei Shennongjia, which offers an outstanding example of the ongoing ecological processes occurring in the development of intact subtropical mixed broad-leaved evergreen and...

2021-06-01 |

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Soils Under Stress

David Dent , Yuriy Dmytruk

Dokuchaev carried out most of his research in Ukraine. His student and friend, Volodymyr Vernadsky, went on to create trans-disciplinary environmental sciences and the concept of Earth as a living organism, famously taken up by James Lovelock. That spring of ideas still...

2021-06-01 |

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Management and Development of Agricultural and Natural Resources in Egypt's Desert

Ahmed A. Elkhouly , Abdelazim Negm

This book reviews the economic potential of various natural resources found in the Egyptian deserts that could help fill the food gap in Egypt, e.g., the date palm, olives, and domestic animals. Bearing in mind that the entire country is subject to arid or hyperarid...

2021-05-31 |

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Rebuilding for Resilience: A Barrier Island Case

Chamila Subasinghe

Recurring extreme events of nature challenge disaster-prone settlements in complex ways. Devastating property damages are one of the tests of survival for such settlements in both economic and social terms. It also provides unique opportunities to rethink the...

2021-05-31 |

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Regional Fisheries Management Organizations

Leandra R. Gonçalves

This book analyzes empirical data from three specific Regional Fisheries Management Organizations (RFMOs) designed to establish rules for the conservation and management of fish stocks in the ocean, in order to assess their effectiveness in converting science...

2021-05-20 |

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On the Nature of Ecological Paradox

Jane Gray Morrison , Michael Charles Tobias

This work is a large, powerfully illustrated interdisciplinary natural sciences volume, the first of its kind to examine the critically important nature of ecological paradox, through an abundance of lenses: the biological sciences, taxonomy, archaeology, geopolitical...

2021-05-18 |

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