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  • Les mammifères frugivores arboricoles nocturnes d'une forêt guyanaise: inter-relations plantes-animaux
  • Ecosystème ; Forêt ; Forêt secondaire ; Forêt tropicale ; Frugivore ; Guyane française ; Géographie physique ; Inter-relation plante-animal ; Synécologie fonctionnelle ; Zone intertropicale ; Zoochorie
  • Germs, seeds, and animals: studies in ecological history
  • Biogéographie ; Ecologie ; Faune ; Géographie historique ; Maladie ; Plante cultivée ; Végétation
  • Biogeography ; Cultivated plants ; Disease ; Ecology ; Fauna ; Historical geography ; Vegetation
  • Collection of 12 crafted essays, each on a different aspect of the movement of plants, animals and disease around the world and their impact on human populations. Two of the essays are: The biological metamorphosis of the Americas
  • Examines aspects of nature veneration in the European Christian tradition as they relate to plants and animals. Special attention to the snake cult in the Abruzzi associated with the 10th century saint San Dominico Abate. - (DWG)
  • Les plantes à tubercules de la forêt dense d'Afrique centrale
  • Biomasse ; Centrafricaine, république ; Ecologie quantitative ; Ecosystème ; Forêt ; Forêt dense tropicale ; Gabon ; Géographie physique ; Makokou ; Plante à tubercule ; Tubercule ; Zone intertropicale
  • of energy storage in tubers and the reproductive strategies of the various plant species concerned are discussed in relation to the selective pressures exerted by animal consumers, not forgetting human traditional hunter-gatherers.
  • The different species of rain-forest plants developing starchy tubers were studied around Makokou (N. E. Gabon) and in the Lobaye River district (S. W. Central African Republic). A detailed description of the tuberous parts is given, particularly
  • Action anthropique ; Dunantul ; Géographie de l'Europe ; Hongrie ; Milieu naturel ; Modification du milieu naturel ; Protection de la nature ; Relation homme/environnement
  • . The effects of communication routes and settlements are apparent in the empoverishment of plant and animal life. Their experience serves to aid environmental protection in other regions. (DLO).
  • Food and culture : using ethnic recipes to demonstrate the post-Columbian exchange of plants and animals
  • The ecology of plant and animal introductions
  • Wild animals in the garden : conserving wildlife in Amazonian agroecosystems
  • Agroecosystem ; Amazon Basin ; Fauna ; Hunting ; Land use ; Man-environment relations ; Nature conservation ; Nature park ; Perception ; Peru ; Plant canopy ; Tropical rain forest
  • Agro-écosystème ; Amazonie ; Chasse ; Couvert végétal ; Faune ; Forêt tropicale ; Parc naturel ; Perception ; Protection de la nature ; Pérou ; Relation homme-environnement ; Tambopata ; Utilisation du sol ; Vie sauvage
  • Mutualism between Chenopodium, herd animals, and herders in the south central Andes
  • Agro-pastoralisme ; Andes ; Ecosystème ; Elevage ; Environnement ; Montagne ; Pastoral ; Plante cultivée ; Pâturage ; Pérou
  • Agro-pastoralism ; Andes ; Cultivated plants ; Ecosystem ; Environment ; Livestock farming ; Mountain ; Pastoral ; Pastureland ; Peru
  • This paper offers a model for the domestication of quinoa, an Andean seed plant. The wild ancestor of this crop may have come into an early association with man by way of well-fertilized pastoral campsites where llamas were kept. - (DWG)
  • période d'utilisation optimale, d'une part| de préciser les groupements végétaux pour améliorer la connaissance du milieu et les relations plante-animal-homme, d'autre part. (MTG).
  • Managing wetlands in coastal Louisiana for plants, waterfowl, fish and other animals
  • Analysis of drainage density and similar parameters in relation to soil and vegetation characteristics
  • Deterioration in soil structure and removal of protective plant cover are important factors in erosion. The problem should be studied by inter-disciplinary teams to advise rural peoples and help them to prevent erosion. (EMS).
  • LES PETITS PLANTEURS DE THE A L'ILE MAURICE
  • 1930-1970 ; AGRICULTURE SPECULATIVE ; ANIMATION RURALE ; GRANDE PLANTATION ; Géographie de l'Afrique ; MAURICE ; PLANTATION ; PLANTATION PAYSANNE ; POLITIQUE AGRICOLE ; REVENU AGRICOLE ; THE ; THEIER
  • QUE CELLE DE LA CANNE A SUCRE. DES TECHNICIENS DU TEA DEVELOPMENT AUTHORITY ASSURE L'ANIMATION RURALE AUPRES DES PETITS PLANTEURS. VOIR AUSSI LA DISCUSSION, P. 323. (OC).
  • LA CULTURE DU THEIER SUR LES TERRES DE LA COURONNE A L'ILE MAURICE EST LE FAIT DE QUELQUES GRANDS PLANTEURS PRIVES ET DE PLUSIEURS CENTAINES DE PETITS EXPLOITANTS, LOCATAIRES DES TERRES DU GOUVERNEMENT, DEPUIS 1930. ELLE PROCURE UN MEILLEUR REVENU
  • Applied ecology ; Biological indicator ; Landscape ; Natural environment ; Plant cover ; Soil ; Theory
  • . In the recent years an integrated approach to bioindication has become popular, whereby several methods, taking advantage of the indicative features of plants and animals, indication using the features of landscape and of the soils are jointly applied. - (BJ)
  • of the third one - soil. Application of the three groups of indicators and relations between them is shown on the basis of the three model areas, differing as to the degree of anthropogenic deformation and as to the character of natural vegetation
  • Political animals ? On animals as subjects in an enlarged political geography
  • Animaux à fourrure ; Ecologie politique ; Faune ; Géographie politique ; Relation homme-animal
  • Fauna ; Furry animals ; Political geography
  • The erosional impacts of grazing animals
  • Australia ; Cattle ; Ecosystem ; Erosion rate ; Gully erosion ; Impact ; New South Wales ; New Zealand ; Over-grazing ; Plant cover ; Soil erosion ; Temperate zone ; United Kingdom
  • In this article, the A. discusses the erosional impacts of grazing animals on both rangeland and the enclosed and often improved grasslands such as those in the UK, New Zealand and temperate New South Wales, Australia. Several aspects are considered
  • : creation of bare soil by grazing animals; maintenance and expansion of area of bare soil by grazing animals; threshold vegetation cover and erosion; threshold grazing intensities and erosion; rates of erosion of grazed land; grazing, increased runoff
  • Déclin démographique ; Dégradation de l'environnement ; Dépeuplement ; Evolution démographique ; Fécondité ; Monde ; Niveau de vie ; Pression démographique ; Projection démographique ; Relation homme-environnement
  • Demographic change ; Demographic decline ; Depopulation ; Environmental degradation ; Fertility ; Living standard ; Man-environment relations ; Population pressure ; Population projection ; World
  • In recent decades it has become continually more apparent that steady population growth has caused the decline of many species of plants and animals that share the planet with us, has changed our global climate and has exacerbated numerous other
  • Ethics, space, and somatic sensibilities : comparing relationships between scientific researchers and their human and animal experimental subjects
  • Bien-être ; Bioéthique ; Corps humain ; Espace ; Ethique ; Relation homme-animal ; Sciences sociales ; Sensibilité corporelle
  • Bioethics ; Ethics ; Human body ; Relations between human and animal bodies ; Social sciences ; Somatic sensibility ; Space ; Well-being
  • Drawing on geographies of affect and nature-society relations, the AA. propose a radical rethinking of how scientists, social scientists, and regulatory agencies conceptualise human and animal participants in scientific research. They consider
  • the implications of the differentiation between human and animal bodies in ethical and welfare protocols and practices.
  • Food security and infectious animal and plant diseases. Themed section
  • Alimentation ; Biosécurité ; Maladie ; Perception du risque ; Plante cultivée ; Politique alimentaire ; Produit animal ; Sécurité alimentaire ; Tuberculose bovine
  • Biosecurity ; Bovine tuberculosis ; Cultivated plants ; Disease ; Food ; Food policy ; Food security ; Livestock product ; Risk perception
  • Alimentación ; Enfermedad ; Percepción del riesgo ; Planta cultivada ; Política alimentaria ; Producto animal ; Seguridad alimentaria
  • tuberculose bovine au Royaume-Uni (G. Enticott, A. Franklin, S. van Winden). 3. Rationaliser le risque : stratégies pour gérer les maladies des plantes (blé et pomme de terre) au Royaume-Uni (D. Maye, B. Ilbery, R. Little). 4. Sécurité alimentaire et maladies
  • infectieuses des animaux et des plantes : perspectives gouvernementales britanniques (A. Simmons).
  • Pastoral nomadism as an economic adaptation : a case study of the Pashtun pastoral nomads of Northeastern Afghanistan in Domesticated plants and animals of the Southwest Eurasian agro-pastoral culture complex. 2. Pastoralism.