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Year: 2009
Vascular plants remain the key objects in the research of alpine biodiversity and prime indicators for biological monitoring of climate change in alpine habitats
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Year: 2009
Facilitating carbon sequestration in terrestrial ecosystems could provide a signifcant amount of atmospheric carbon dioxide (CO2) abatement, which is necessary to limit global temperature increases to only 2 degrees Celsius in the next century until more permanent mitigation strategies are instituted
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Year: 2008
This articles describes how the William L
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Year: 2006
Biodiversity provides essential components of healthy environments and sustainable livelihoods
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Year: 2006
According to the International Labour Organization (ILO), the agricultural sector is one of the most hazardous to health worldwide
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Year: 2005
Some of the oldest known medicinal systems of the world such as Ayurveda of the Indus civilisation, Arabian medicine of Mesopotamia, Chinese and Tibetan medicine of the Yellow River civilisation of China and Kempo of the Japanese are all based mostly on plants
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Year: 2004
Collective action occurs when more than one individual is required to contribute to an effort in order to achieve an outcome
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Year: 2004
This book considers the alpine areas of Europe: ecosystems “lying at or above the ‘treeline’ ecotone”, which cover about 3% of Europe’s land area but contain about 20% of the continent’s higher plant species
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Year: 2004
Genetic resources are the genetic material in plants and animals that determine useful traits that people can conserve, characterise, evaluate and use to meet their needs
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Year: 2003
The Guatemalan raspberry industry began exporting to the United States in the late 1980s, filling a market niche in the spring and fall when supplies were low
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