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Advances in restoration ecology: rising to the challenges of the coming decades

Michael P. Perring, Rachel J. Standish, Jodi N. Price, Michael D. Craig, Todd E. Erickson, Katinka X. Ruthrof, Andrew S. Whiteley, Leonie E. Valentine, Richard J. Hobbs
2015 Ecosphere  
to elucidate soil community structure and function, and advances in satellite technology and GPS tracking to monitor habitat use.  ...  Ethical questions also surround the use of genetically modified material, translocations, taxon substitutions, and de-extinction, in restoration ecology.  ...  ACKNOWLEDGMENTS All authors contributed to discussions and wrote sections of the paper. We acknowledge support from an Australian Research Council (  ... 
doi:10.1890/es15-00121.1 fatcat:brn7xtj3zvcwhnj6tumijlsp7i

An Examination of Alberta's Wetland Management Program [article]

Jennifer Marie Dubon, University Of Calgary, Barry Wylant, Tom Harper
2021
Results indicate that Alberta tends to opt for mitigation and compensation for wetland development rather than wetland retention. There is potential for increasing the conservation of wetlands.  ...  in relation to the wise use of wetland management practices.  ...  Also, for this understanding and value to be a part of society and potential proponents thinking will take time. Avoidance can be accomplished by turning down an application to impact a wetland.  ... 
doi:10.11575/prism/38880 fatcat:tb4p4b4y5jbinhk2ltvkoxdh2q

The rising global demand for metals in a context of declining ore Global Area Disturbed and Pressures on Biodiversity by Large-Scale Metal Mining Diego I. Murguía

Stefan Bringezu, Wuppertal, Rüdiger Schaldach, Cesr
unpublished
of where to explore or open new mines.  ...  This may prove more difficult for bauxite and silver due to the high geographic concentration of mines and deposits in tropical areas.  ...  values in order to keep the continuity in the time series); the best fit criterion was the highest coefficient of determination (R 2 ).  ... 
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THE INTEGRATION OF LAND USE PLANNING PROCESS WITH WATER RESOURCES MANAGEMENT: ANALYSIS OF KÜÇÜK MENDERES RIVER BASIN CATCHMENT AREA-TURKEY in Partial Fulfillment of the Requirements for the Degree of DOCTOR OF PHILOSOPHY in City Planning

Rabia Bolposta
2012 unpublished
storage sites, rehabilitating wetlands and general water quality monitoring.  ...  Environmental Impact Assessment as "the systematic identification and evaluation of the potential impacts of proposed projects, plans, programs or legislative actions relative to the physical-chemical  ...  APPENDIX A LIST OF LEGISLATION EXAMINED determination of the changes in the land use  determination of the pollution sources  monitoring of the water resources  deteroriation of the structure of the  ... 
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Towards urban and regional resilience : a case study of Metro Vancouver region, Canada

Lilia Yumagulova
2018
By emphasizing site/area specific tools, municipal-scale planning mechanisms reduce opportunities for strategic region-wide flood management.  ...  ., fiscal, equity, design) exist, regional decision-making mechanisms for addressing the cumulative effects of municipal sp-R responses are lackin [...]  ...  that taps into multiple forms of knowledge with a potential to establish a more robust baseline for planning.  ... 
doi:10.14288/1.0373602 fatcat:r7ndholgizdtxgitz34f7bztt4