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Abstract

Salts used for de-icing roads and sidewalks in northern climates can have a significant impact on water quality and vegetation. Sub-surface engineering systems, such as structural soil cells, can regulate water runoff and pollutants, and provide the necessary soil volume and irrigation to grow...

Author(s)
Ordóñez-Barona, C.; Sabetski, V.; Millward, A. A.; Steenberg, J.
Publisher
Elsevier Ltd
Publication
Environmental Pollution, 2018, 234, pp 562-571
Abstract

Phytophthora species, as a member of Oomycetes are important plan diseases occurring on almost all of the annual and perennial plants and rapidly killing the plants by producing root, collar rots and leaf blights. The first Phytophthora study on forest trees in Turkey was made on oak species which...

Author(s)
Șimșek, S. A.; Katırcıoğlu, Y. Z.; Maden, S.
Publisher
Turkish Science and Technology
Publication
Turkish Journal of Agriculture - Food Science and Technology, 2018, 6, 6, pp 770-782
AbstractFull Text

Environmental Education (EE) has become an undeniable awareness tool for biodiversity management. The integration of this tool into education systems could stimulate children educational action in favor of biodiversity. This study has analyzed the anchoring of the EE in Ivorian education system. A...

Author(s)
Vroh, B. T. A.; Soumeila, N. M.; N'Guessan, K. E.
Publisher
Sunblo LC
Publication
Journal of New Sciences, 2018, 54, pp 3569-3580
Event

8 - 11 May 2019 - Athens

Venue
Athens
Country
Greece
Contact
Dr Christos Gallis
News Article

In recent years, trees in urban areas have been recognised as a key part of the urban landscape, particularly in terms of the environmental and...

Date
January 2018
Author(s)
Stephanie Cole
CAB ReviewFull Text

This review of tree biomechanics covers recent research publications that offer new insights into how trees respond to mechanical loads and resist failure, especially in winds. Biomechanical studies using dynamic rather than static structural methods are showing that the form of the tree influences...

Date
January 2018
Subjects
branches; loads; strain; stresses; trees; trunks; wind; woody plants; urban forestry; street trees; mechanical properties
Author(s)
James, K. R.; Moore, J. R.; Slater, D.; Dahle, G. A.
Miscellaneous

A description is provided for Hilberina rhynchospora, which is apparently saprobic with records on rotten wood and dead stems. Some information on its habitats, dispersal and transmission, and conservation status is given, along with details of its geographical distribution (North America (USA...

Author(s)
Minter, D. W.; Cannon, P. F.
Publisher
CABI
Publication
IMI Descriptions of Fungi and Bacteria, 2016, No.209, pp Sheet 2086
AbstractFull Text

Environmental Education (EE) has become an undeniable awareness tool for biodiversity management. The integration of this tool into education systems could stimulate children educational action in favor of biodiversity. This study has analyzed the anchoring of the EE in Ivorian education system. A...

Author(s)
Vroh, B. T. A.; Soumeila, N. M.; N'Guessan, K. E.
Publisher
Sunblo LC
Publication
Journal of New Sciences, 2018, 54, pp 3569-3580

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