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  • Nature’s clothing and spontaneous generation? The observations of Thoreau and Dureau de la Malle on plant succession
  • Biogeography ; Concept ; Nineteenth Century ; Plant succession ; Spontaneous generation ; Vegetation
  • Frederick E. Clements is known as a key figure in the development of plant succession concepts but earlier arguments over the spontaneous generation of plants illustrate the critical relationship between theory and observation. The observations
  • 2012
  • The interactions between all neighbouring organisms : The roles of Charles Darwin, Ernst Haeckel and Eugenius Warming in the evolution of ideas on plant dynamics
  • Bibliography ; Biogeography ; Concept ; Ecology ; Europe ; Nineteenth Century ; Plant succession ; Theory ; Twentieth Century ; Vegetation ; Vegetation dynamics
  • The roles of early European botanists in developing the concepts of plant dynamics are acknowledged in the reviews of Tansley (1947), Cowles (1911) and Coleman (1986). The shift from the study of vegetation in terms of plant distribution
  • the key roles in developing the foundation for the theories of plant dynamics upon which later ecologists built.
  • 2012
  • France ; Franche-Comté ; Haute-Saône ; Local government unit ; Rural area ; Territorial identity ; Territory ; Terroir ; Vine ; Vinegrowing area
  • 2012
  • Agricultural product ; Agroindustrial system ; France ; Institution ; Midi-Pyrénées ; Quality vineyard ; Territory ; Terroir ; Vine ; Vinegrowing area
  • 2012
  • Control of atmospheric particles on diffuse radiation and terrestrial plant productivity : A review
  • Aerosol ; Atmosphere ; Carbon cycle ; Climatic change ; Cloud ; Impact ; Model ; Photosynthesis ; Plant canopy ; Radiation ; Solar radiation ; Vegetation
  • Here the AA. review the role of clouds and aerosols in partitioning solar radiation and their interactions with carbon processes of terrestrial plants. They also focus their review on vegetation characteristics that control the impact of radiation
  • 2012
  • Plant root traits affecting the resistance of soils to concentrated flow erosion
  • Alpes du Sud ; Alpes-de-Haute-Provence ; Concentrated flow ; Ecosystem ; Erosion control ; Experimentation ; France ; Plant species ; Root system ; Soil erosion ; Vegetation ; Water erosion
  • ) and Achnatherum calamagrostis (grass)], on concentrated flow erosion rates. Ten functional traits, describing plant morphological and biomechanical features, were measured on each tested sample. Analyses were performed to identify traits that determine plant root
  • effects on erosion control. Principal components analysis showed that the erosion-reducing potential of plant species was negatively correlated to root diameter and positively correlated to the percentage of fine roots. The results highlighted the role
  • 2012
  • 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
  • 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).
  • 2012
  • Spatial distribution patterns of wetland plants in relation to environmental gradient in the Honghe National Nature Reserve, Northeast China
  • Biodiversity ; China ; Cluster analysis ; Environmental conservation ; Geographical information system ; Humid environment ; Index ; Moisture ; North-Eastern China ; Phytogeography ; Plant species ; Remote sensing ; Spatial distribution
  • In the Honghe National Nature Reserve (HNNR), biophysical parameters’ values of wetland plants were obtained by field sampling methods, and wetland mapping at the community scale was completed using remote sensing techniques. Digital delineation
  • distribution patterns of wetland plants and the corresponding environmental gradients. The results indicate how 4 ecotypes of wetland plants spatially transit from forest swamp, shrub wetland and meadow into marsh wetland with increasing wetness index and water
  • 2012
  • Agriculture ; Castilla-León ; Employment ; Landscape ; Rural tourism ; Spain ; Vine ; Viticulture
  • 2012
  • Environment ; Evapotranspiration ; Hydrology ; Impact study ; Measurement ; Meteorology ; Plant cover ; Slovenia ; Water balance
  • Evapotranspiration represents two processes, evaporation and transpiration. As both processes occur simultaneously it is not easy to distinguish them. Evapotranspiration is influenced by three groups of factors (meteorological factors, plant factors
  • 2012
  • Barbade ; Canne à sucre ; Matérialisme ; Plante cultivée ; Vitalisme
  • Barbados ; Cultivated plants ; Sugar cane
  • 2012
  • Alps (The) ; Austria ; Carbonate dissolution ; Geomorphometry ; Grassland ; Karren ; Karst ; Mountain ; Pine ; Plant cover ; Slope
  • The AA. compared karren formation of various slopes (3 bare slopes and 2 with a plant patch) in a glacier valley close to Tragl peak (in Totes Gebirge, Austria). It could be established that bare slopes have a larger average specific width, channel
  • shape and channel density. The dynamics of karren features are different on the bare slopes and slopes fed from a plant patch. Karren features tend to widen on bare slopes, while they tend to deepen on slopes with a plant patch. The specific width
  • 2012
  • On an experimental site in Hsinchu county, Northern Taiwan, a terraced rice field was used to investigate the soil erosion under the regular cultivation of rice in 2005, fallow in 2006, and planting with green manure in 2007. The results show
  • that infiltration rates significantly increase when a terraced paddy field is under fallow or is planted with green manure; the paddy is more vulnerable to embankment collapse and increased the rates of soil erosion. The comparison revealed that soil conservation
  • using rice-planted terraced paddy was more effective than that resulting from other uses. The government should formulate effective measures and maintain sustainable rice planting in the terraced paddies.
  • 2012
  • Amélioration des terres ; Changement climatique ; Coton ; Ecologie politique ; Géographie historique ; Impérialisme ; Inde ; Karnātaka ; Paysannerie ; Plante cultivée ; Siècle 19
  • Climatic change ; Cotton ; Cultivated plants ; Historical geography ; Imperialism ; India ; Karnataka ; Land improvement ; Nineteenth Century ; Peasantry ; Political ecology
  • 2012
  • Étude de la dissémination des graines des plantes spontanées dans les féces du dromadaire dans le Sahara septentrional algérien
  • 2012
  • Commercialisation ; Comportement des agriculteurs ; Coton ; Crise économique ; Economie politique ; Exploitation agricole ; Néolibéralisme ; Plante cultivée ; Rushinga district ; Zimbabwe
  • Cotton ; Cultivated plants ; Economic crisis ; Farm ; Farmer behaviour ; Marketing ; Neo liberalism ; Political economy ; Zimbabwe
  • 2012
  • Arable land ; Arkhangelsk ; Biogeography ; European part of Russia ; Fallow land ; Geodiversity ; Landscape ; Plant cover ; Plant species ; Taiga
  • transformation du couvert végétal de ces sols et donnent des prévisions sur les types de végétation qui vont pousser en fonction des cultures plantées précédemment. Ils proposent, selon les principes floristiques, une classification des couverts végétaux qui
  • 2012
  • Colonialisme ; Commerçant ; Congo RD ; Culturel ; Géographie culturelle ; Géographie historique ; Mythe ; Plante endémique ; Rumeur ; Siècle 20 ; Société
  • Colonialism ; Congo DR ; Cultural geography ; Cultural studies ; Endemic plant ; Historical geography ; Myth ; Shopkeeper ; Society ; Twentieth Century
  • L’A.étudie l’introduction d’une plante aquatique dans les eaux de ville de Butembo au Congo belge et sa dimension mythique. Selon l'interprétation des habitants, l'apparition de la fleur était le signe que le ‘nouveau Congo’ naîtrait dans leur ville
  • 2012
  • by these changes or by changes in climate per se. Research on coastal mangrove planting for storm protection in the Philippines and upland tree planting in St. Lucia are used to illustrate these arguments.
  • 2012
  • region of Coruh Drainage Basin (CDB) in Turkey. The planting of black locust might be useful in soil reclamation projects in this type of eroded sites in semi-humid regions.
  • 2012
  • [b1] Dep. of Landscape and Ornemental Plants, Univ., Rize, Turquie