Progress in Environmental Research

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Nova Publishers, 2007 - Nature - 309 pages
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The environment consists of the surroundings in which an organism operates, including air, water, land, natural resources, flora, fauna, humans and their interrelation. It is this environment which is both so valuable, on the one hand, and so endangered on the other. And it is people which are by and large ruining the environment both for themselves and for all other organisms. This book presents important new research on a wide variety of topics in this field.
 

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Contents

Federal Land Management Agencies Background on Land and Resources Management
3
Environmental Perturbation and Coastal Benthic Biodiversity in Uruguay
75
Influence of Grass Cover on the Leaching of Herbicides in Burgundy Vineyards
127
Bureau of Land Management BLM Lands and National Forests
155
Time Course Study on the Manifestation of Lethal Effects in Elliptio Complanata Mussels Exposed to Aeration Lagoons A Biomarker Study
175
Response of the Amoebae Community to Soil Conditions Transiting to Badlands Formation
203
Grazing Regulations Changes by the Bureau of Land Management
231
Rural Livelihoods Conservation Management and Use of Plant Biodiversity Experiences and Perspectives of the World A Groforestry Center in West ...
245
Epidemiology and Environmental Pollution A Lesson from Yokkaichi Asthma Japan
263
Biological Monitoring Nationwide Practice and Future Direction
279
Index
295
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