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Cover for Nanoformulations for sustainable agriculture and environmental risk mitigation.

Nanotechnology research and its application in agriculture has become a major focus in recent years. Nanoformulations offer the possibility to develop more efficient and less damaging agrochemicals in the environment. Smart delivery systems for nanosensors, molecules that can help to detect biotic...

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ISBN
2023 CABI (H ISBN 9781800623071)
CAB ReviewFull Text

Climate change has a significant impact on domesticated and wildlife animals globally. Projections for a 2°C rise in atmospheric temperature will result in catastrophic impacts globally. Animal welfare is an integral component of human-animal interaction and it is of paramount importance for...

Date
July 2023
Subjects
stress response; reviews; climate change; animal welfare; domestic animals; nutrient requirements; wild animals; wildlife conservation; rehabilitation; animal behaviour; stress
Author(s)
Joseph, J.; Charalambous, R.; Pahuja, H.; Fox, D.; Jeon Jiwoo; Ko NingYuan; Rao, N.; Wang ZhiHeng; Nerurkar, S. K.; Sherekar, S. A.; Yang YiFei; Dutton-Regester, K.; Narayan, E.
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This paper projects and analyzes the regional impacts of climate change on the agricultural productivity of family farming and large-scale agriculture in Brazil between 2021 and 2050, using the RCP 4.5 and RCP 8.5 scenarios. The methodology adopted consists of a cross-sectional estimation of a...

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Tanure, T. M. do P.; Domingues, E. P.; Magalhães, A. S.
Publisher
Sociedade Brasileira de Economia e Sociologia Rural (SOBER)
Publication
Revista de Economia e Sociologia Rural, 2024, 62, 1,
News Article

As the largest natural resource on Earth, water sustains life for all living species, but it is increasingly in demand and under threat. Water covers...

Date
March 2023
AbstractFull Text

The incidence of allergic diseases worldwide is rapidly increasing, making allergies a modern pandemic. This article intends to review published reports addressing the role of fungi as causative agents in the development of various overreactivity-related diseases, mainly affecting the respiratory...

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Sztandera-Tymoczek, M.; Szuster-Ciesielska, A.
Publisher
MDPI AG
Publication
Journal of Fungi, 2023, 9, 5,
AbstractFull Text

There is a growing appreciation for the value of collaborative research projects involving local Indigenous and visiting non-Indigenous researchers. Examples of such partnerships are now numerous and diverse, and best practices and respectful approaches have been well presented, including the five...

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Richard, S.; Gilchrist, H. G.; Hennin, H. L.; Nguyen, V. M.
Publisher
British Ecological Society
Publication
Ecological Solutions and Evidence, 2023, 4, e12258,
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Climate-driven increases in drought occurrence are an overlooked risk in temperate climates, which may be less resilient to water scarcity than arid habitats. Scotland provides an example of a temperate oceanic climate in which drought risk is understudied, but could have substantial ecological...

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Baird, F. K.; Spray, D.; Hall, J.; Partridge, J. S.
Publisher
British Ecological Society
Publication
Ecological Solutions and Evidence, 2023, 4, e12256,
AbstractFull Text

The importance of microclimate conditions is becoming increasingly recognised in ecological research, especially as they can differ widely from macro- and mesoclimate. Effective measurement of microclimate variability in heterogeneous field conditions requires measurements from a large number of...

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Mühlbauer, L. K.; Zavattoni, G.; Virtanen, R.; Grube, M.; Weber, B.; Clark, A. T.
Publisher
British Ecological Society
Publication
Ecological Solutions and Evidence, 2023, 4, e12255,
AbstractFull Text

Restoration and rewilding are both relevant conservation approaches to addressing the current nature, health and climate crises. Here, we discuss the benefits of integrating restoration and rewilding in conservation projects. We highlight how such integration could increase the amount of space...

Author(s)
Pettorelli, N.; Bullock, J. M.
Publisher
British Ecological Society
Publication
Ecological Solutions and Evidence, 2023, 4, e12244,

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