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  • Differentiation characteristics and influencing factors of ecological land rent among provinces in China
  • Agriculture ; China ; Cluster analysis ; Ecological footprint ; Ecology ; Economic development ; Environmental management ; Industrialization ; Man-environment relations ; Spatial analysis ; Sustainable development ; Urbanization
  • ArcGIS and GeoDA, analyzes the spatial differentiation characteristics of ecological land rent; then, the influencing factors of ecological land rent differentiation among the provinces are examined using the methods of traditional regression and spatial
  • correlation analysis. It is shown that population distribution, economic level and industrial structure were all important influencing factors. Population density, urbanization level, economic density were all shown to be positively related to total ecological
  • Ecological land rent is the excess profit produced by resource scarcity. This paper, by calculating the respective ecological land rents of all the provinces in China for the years 2002 and 2007, and with the assistance of the software programs
  • land rent. However, there was also a negative correlation between ecological land rent and agricultural output percentage.
  • Anthropogenic ecology of the ocean
  • It is necessary to control the state of the marine environment. The influence of polluting factors and the response of the oceanic biota as a whole to them is to be evaluated on the basis of a complex approach. The future of the ocean depends upon
  • Sociockologicky vyznem prhradnich nadrzi. (Socio-ecological importance of dam reservoirs in the environment of cultivated landscape)
  • Eau ; Géographie de l'Europe ; Influence socio-écologique ; Lac de barrage ; Morava ; Région ; Surface cultivée ; Svratka ; Tchécoslovaquie
  • Future options in landscape ecology : development and research
  • Bibliography ; Climatic change ; Ecology ; Ecosystem ; Environmental management ; Global change ; Human impact ; Landscape ecology ; Landscape esthetics ; Marine environment ; Natural hazards ; Perception ; Preventive measure
  • This paper highlights some of the new research fields in landscape ecology, which has developed rapidly over the last 2 decades. The AA. also analyse the development of some classical branches of landscape ecology regarding pattern and process
  • relationships at broad spatial and temporal scales, such as landscape metrics, the influence of anthropogenic factors and global climate change on landscape development, the fragmentation of ecosystems and disturbances of populations, and material and energy
  • [b2] Inst. of Applied Ecology, Chinese Academy of Sciences, Shenyang, Chine
  • Wall ecology : a frontier for urban biodiversity and ecological engineering
  • Applied ecology ; Biodiversity ; Ecosystem ; Habitat ; Urban area ; Urban environment ; Vegetation ; Wall
  • This review considers the development of wall ecology, highlighting the key characteristics of walls that have been found to influence their ability to support species, with a focus on higher plants. It then examines the kinds of plant assemblages
  • that are found on walls and the broader role of walls within urban biodiversity, before discussing the potential for ecological engineering of walls. Some progress has recently been made in the latter area with the installation of living walls and the physical
  • Influence of the economic activities on coasts upon the coastal waters of the Black Sea
  • This work is devoted to an assessment of the role of sea coasts in the change of its ecological state because up till now the majority of researchers considered the influence of quantitative and qualitative changes of the river runoff produced
  • by the economic activities to be decisive. In a number of areas the ecological state of the coastal waters is almost completely determined by the inflow of pollutants from coasts.
  • Concept ; Developing countries ; Ecology ; Globalization ; Man-environment relations ; Political geography ; Theoretical geography
  • Political Ecology has grown from an exotic research interest in the 1980s into one of the most popular and respected research fields in geography which connects politics and political economy to problems of environmental control and ecological
  • change from a social-environmentally produced multi-scalar perspective. The article reflects the main trends of Political Ecology, starting from Third-World-Ecology to the issues of environmental justice and urban political ecology up to the question how
  • neoliberal economic reforms influence the human-environmental interactions in the era of globalization. - (IfL)
  • Impacts of climate and river flooding on the hydro-ecology of a floodplain basin, Peace-Athabasca Delta, Canada since A.D. 1700
  • Alberta ; Canada ; Climatic variability ; Delta ; Flood ; Floodplain ; Human impact ; Hydraulic works ; Palaeo-ecology ; Palaeo-environment ; Palaeohydrology ; Quaternary
  • of the Peace River since 1968. The study demonstrates that profound changes in hydro-ecological conditions are clearly a natural feature of this ecosystem, independent of human influence.
  • The aim of this research is to assess the impacts of both natural and anthropogenic factors, ranging from climatic variability and change to the influence of river flow regulation resulting from hydroelectric power generation at the headwaters
  • Topoclimatic controls in an alpine fellfield and their ecological significance
  • This study measures energy and moisture exchanges in the alpine fellfield on Niwot Ridge, in order to, first, assess the influence of topoclimate on energy budget components during a period of summer drought, and second, explain the distribution
  • Behaviour ; Ecology ; Environment ; Man-environment relations ; Perception ; Social theory
  • The A. starts by documenting development of environment-based theories such as those which focus upon ecology, environmental learning, and the influence of societal structures. He explores the person-environment integration that may be found
  • Biomass: its determination and implications in tropical agro-ecosystems: an example from montane New Guinea in Subsistence and survival: rural ecology in the Pacific.
  • Biomasse ; Bismarck Range ; Ecosystème ; Forêt ; Géographie de l'Océanie ; Influence anthropique ; Mareng, ethnie ; Montagne ; Papouasie-Nouvelle Guinée ; Végétation
  • Regional ecology in rural areas around metropolitan Tokyo. The case of Dejima-mura.
  • Mutations rurales sous l'influence de l'aire métropolitaine de Tokyo, implantation de parcs industriels et développement de l'agriculture à temps partiel.
  • Fisheries oceanography and ecology.
  • Ouvrage qui reprend, en la transformant, la matière d'un livre antérieur, pour l'ouvrir sur l'écologie. Les AA. traitent l'influence des éléments du milieu sur le comportement des poissons et sur les techniques de pêche. Ils abordent enfin la
  • Estimating the likelihood of fallacious ecological inference: linear ecological regression in the presence of context effects
  • will be approximated by a bivariate linear model. Fallacies of ecological inference influence can be avoided with near certainty.
  • Ecological studies on the Kerkini Reservoir (N Greece). II. Biological features
  • Ecology ; Eutrophication ; Greece ; Hydrology ; Lake ; Plankton ; Reservoir ; Seasonal variation
  • The influence of hydrological regime of the artificial lake Kerkini on the qualitative and quantitative distribution of plankton populations, was studied during a 12 months period. Lake Kerkini should be considered as eutrophic with a tendency
  • The history of economic development in the Aral region and its influence on the environment
  • Agriculture ; Aral Region ; Archaeology ; Ecology ; Environment ; Former USSR ; Historical geography ; Human impact ; Impact ; Irrigation ; Soviet Central Asia
  • The current ecological crisis in the Aral basin is a result of a number of factors, including specific features of the history of economic actvity of the local population. Interaction of sedentory farmers of oases and nomads of steppes and deserts
  • Ecological fire influences on Quercus suber forest ecosystems
  • Man's impact upon some New Guinea mountain ecosystems in Subsistence and survival: rural ecology in the Pacific.
  • Agriculture de subsistance ; Bismarck Range ; Brûlis ; Chasse ; Chirubu, vallée ; Cueillette ; Culture nouvelle ; Domestication ; Ecologie humaine ; Ecosystème ; Géographie de l'Océanie ; Influence anthropique ; Montagne ; Papouasie-Nouvelle Guinée
  • Influences anthropiques sur l'écosystème du mont Wilhelm, Bismarck Range. (Vnm).
  • The influence of drought on tropical rainforest vegetation in Papua New Guinea in Frost and drought in the Highlands of Papua New Guinea.
  • This study corroborates the ecological hypothesis that rainforests are dynamic and unstable vegetation communities. - (DWG)
  • A domborzat hatasa a magyarorszagi szikes talajok kialakulasara. (Influence of topography on formation of salt-affected soils in Hungary)
  • , indirectly these factors determine the ecological potentials of the agricultural sites in the area. (DLO).