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Year: 2007
Water-related problems are an increasingly important challenge to sustainable development, and the availability and quality of water are strongly influenced by forests
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Year: 2007
Climate change results from an increased concentration of greenhouse gases like carbon dioxide, nitrous oxide, and methane associated with economic activities, including energy, industry, transport, and land use patterns
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Year: 2006
Modern biomass energy services have the potential to make a significant contribution to a new energy paradigm
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Year: 2005
Springer’s Ecological Studies series provides an invaluable database and synthesis in ecology that students and researchers alike should be aware of
Year: 2004
Watersheds define a terrain united by the flow of water, nutrients, pollutants and sediment
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Year: 1999
Challenging widely held assumptions about the current ecological crisis in the Himalaya - that deforestation, for example, can be blamed exclusively on local villagers or that pollution and rampant resource exploitation occur uniformly throughout the range - the authors detail a much more complex scenario in which the population explosion is only one of the many factors affecting the Himalayan landscape and in which some regions exhibit little of the environmental decline witnessed elsewhere
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