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The response of the global food system to the Covid-19 crisis demonstrated not just its capacity to prevent a health crisis turning into a food crisis, but also highlighted deep divisions around the manner in which food security and climate action interact. The global food system has genuine...

Haniotis, T.
Eurochoices, 2021, 19, 3, pp 60-66
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Cover for Health and natural landscapes: concepts and applications.

This book contains 8 chapters that discuss and explore these positive outcomes by delving into how humans perceive and respond to the natural world. It also looks at the different stages of human development and how societal perspectives regarding natural landscapes have changed over time. These...

Ewert, A. W.; Mitten, D. S.; Overholt, J. R.
2021 CABI (H ISBN 9781789245400)
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Reports of declines in abundance of a number of insect species have been increasing over the last two decades. These have variously been attributed to climate change, urbanisation, deforestation, agricultural intensification, habitat fragmentation and pesticide usage. The picture has been...

June 2021
reviews; climate change; urbanization; deforestation; intensification; habitat fragmentation; pesticides
Leather, S. R.
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The red swamp crayfish Procambarus clarkii is a highly invasive decapod crustacean native to the Southern United States and Mexico. By...

February 2021
James Cullum
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The search for new and cheap sources of protein has been increased lately. Although camelina meal has antinutritive factors; compare to soybean it can be widely useable. The objective of this study is to remove the question mark in minds about camelina meal and to determine the fermentation...

Sizmaz, O.; Calik, A.; Bundur, A.
International Center for Livestock Research and Training
Livestock Studies, 2021, 61, 1, pp 9-13
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Determining the potential bioavailability of heavy metals, evaluating according to adapted regulations is essential to efficiently conserve our coastal and estuarine waters. In this study, it is aimed to determine the industrial pollution and various other pollution sources that the Black Sea Basin...

Simsek, A.; Sancak, S.; Bakan, G.
Turkish Science and Technology
Turkish Journal of Agriculture - Food Science and Technology, 2021, 9, 6, pp 1076-1086
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Soil contamination with heavy metals has increasingly become a serious global environmental issue in recent years. Waste emissions from industrial production, mining activities, waste water irrigation and other activities have increased the number of agricultural soils contaminated with heavy...

Bramarambika, S.; Mamatha, B.; Prakasha, H. C.
Dr. M. S. Nataraju
Mysore Journal of Agricultural Sciences, 2021, 55, 2, pp 12-18
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Aim of study: The productivity of poplar plantations in Mediterranean climates might be reduced due to lower precipitations in a climate change scenario. Therefore, understanding the water consumption in these plantations is essential for their management. The objective of this study was to...

Cañete-Salinas, P.; Zamudio, F.; Yañez, M.; Valdés-Gómez, H.; Espinosa, C.; Venegas, J.; Retamal, L.; Gyenge, J.; Acevedo-Opazo, C.
Instituto Nacional de Investigaciones Agrarias (INIA)
Forest Systems, 2021, 30, 1,
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The agricultural sector and how it relates to climate change is today emerging as a central subject of debate and critique, because it is heavily impacted by, and at the same time, a primary contributor to, climate change. The intertwined, complex relationship between the sector and climate change...

Mutua Ndue, K.; Goda, P.
Research and Information Institute for Agricultural Economics
Studies in Agricultural Economics (Budapest), 2021, 123, 1, pp 8-22

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