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  • The role of hydropedologic vegetation zones in greenhouse gas emissions for agricultural wetland landscapes
  • Agricultural region ; Carbon dioxide ; Ecosystem ; Greenhouse effect ; Humid environment ; North Dakota ; Spatial variation ; United States of America
  • 2008
  • Carbon dioxide ; Climatic change ; Economic policy ; Environment ; Governance ; Greenhouse effect ; Neo liberalism ; Sustainable development
  • 2008
  • Carbon dioxide ; Climatic change ; Greenhouse effect ; Human impact
  • 2008
  • A quantitative comparison and analysis on the assessment indicators of greenhouse gases emission
  • Climatic warming ; Comparative study ; Developing countries ; Global change ; Greenhouse effect ; Human impact ; Indicator ; Industrial pollution ; Industrialized countries ; Quantitative analysis ; World
  • Based on the greenhouse gases (GHG) emission data from the World Resource Institute (WRI), the US Energy Information Administration (EIA), and the Carbon Dioxide Information Analysis Center (CDIAC), the results of each indicator are calculated
  • 2008
  • Air temperature ; Arctic Region ; Climatic variation ; Greenhouse effect ; Northern hemisphere ; Polar region ; Thermal anomaly ; Twentieth Century
  • 2008
  • Absorption ; Biomass ; Carbon dioxide ; Climatic warming ; Forest ; Glacier mass balance ; Greenhouse effect ; Logging
  • 2008
  • Atmosphere ; Climate ; Ecosystem ; Greenhouse effect ; Human impact ; Impact ; Information system ; Pollution
  • 2008
  • Agriculture ; Greenhouse effect ; Livestock ; Pastureland ; Rice cultivation ; Russia
  • 2008
  • There is a general consensus that emissions of greenhouse gases need to be reduced. One possible way to achieve this is through emissions trading. While the underlying principle is rather simple, its implementation is much more complex and conflict
  • the first trading phase 2005-2007. It has become evident that the instrument´s effectiveness had, to a large extent, been undermined by too many business-friendly special rules. Will this change for the better with the revised national allocation plan
  • for the second trading phase 2008-2012 ? - (IfL)
  • 2008
  • Arkhangelsk ; Bog ; European part of Russia ; Geochemistry ; Geological deposit ; Greenhouse effect ; Oblast ; Peat
  • 2008
  • Atmospheric circulation ; Climate ; Climatic anomaly ; Climatic change ; Greenhouse effect ; Model ; Russia ; Simulation ; Twenty-first century
  • 2008
  • Aerosol ; Climatic warming ; Climatology ; Environment ; Forecast ; France ; Global change ; Greenhouse effect ; Human impact ; Modelling ; Palaeoclimate ; Temperature ; Uncertainty ; World
  • 2008
  • The performativity of scale : the social construction of scale effects in Narva, Estonia
  • The AA. develop a poststructural reframing using performativity, as an approach that explores the reitative and citational practices through which scale effects are socially produced and deployed as discursive devices that create timespace
  • 2008
  • Contextual influences on voting decision: mapping the neighbourhood effect in a multi-ethnic rural setting in Kenya
  • Decision ; Election ; Electoral behaviour ; Ethnicity ; Kenya ; Neighbourhood effect ; Political geography ; Rural area
  • The neighbourhood effect hypothesis in the context of the 1992 and subsequent 1997 and 2000 elections in Kwanza constituency, Kenya by examining the influence of voters’ local contexts on their voting decisions. The results indicated that ethnicity
  • 2008
  • Regional income and employment effects of the 1972 Munich Summer Olympic Games
  • 2008
  • Industry effects on monetary policy in Spain
  • 2008
  • Land-cover effects on red soil rehabilitation in China : a meta-analysis
  • Based on journal publications and a meta-analysis approach, this paper investigates the effects, and their spatiotemporal variations, of different land covers on red soil rehabilitation in China. Results indicate that all the land covers used in red
  • soil rehabilitation had been effective in improving degraded red soils but the degrees of effectiveness varied. Soil organic carbon was the most sensitive of the 3 major soil nutrients considered with regard to land-cover change during ecological
  • rehabilitation. Coniferous and broadleaf mixed forest was detected as the most effective land cover in red soil rehabilitation. Some spatiotemporal trends of land-cover effectiveness on red soil rehabilitation exist in a statistically significant sense
  • 2008
  • An effective involvement of indigenous people in environmental impact assessment : the cultural impact assessment of the Saru River region, Japan
  • was released in 2006 and included the 3 year investigation of input by local residents. If indigenous people have no power over final decision making, their involvement is not effective.
  • 2008
  • The effects of gas flaring on crops in the Niger Delta, Nigeria
  • This study explores the effects of gas flaring on commonly cultivated crops in the Niger Delta region of Nigeria. It attempts a spatial gradient analysis of crop growth and development near a gas flaring site at Eleme, Rivers state, Nigeria.
  • 2008
  • Land use effects on the properties of an alfisol on the Jos Plateau, Nigeria
  • The aim of this study was to determine the effects of land-use types on some properties influencing the fertility of an alfisol on the Jos Plateau, Nigeria. For sustained agricultural productivity, the soils require adequate inorganic and organic
  • 2008