Advances in Environmental Research. Volume 21


Justin A. Daniels (Editor)

Series: Advances in Environmental Research
BISAC: SCI026000
DOI: 10.52305/MUOB9593

This series covers leading-edge research focusing on the environment, including current research data on plant canopy conservation; environmental responsibility through ethnoecology education; human activity, landscape transition and the evolving biotope association; incentive programs to promote clean power technologies for regional economic/environmental sustainable development; morphometric studies and possible relations to evolution and environmental adaptations and a study of the urbanization process around water-bodies which has caused damage to environmental balance.

Table of Contents


Chapter 1. Basic Concepts for Modelling in Different and Complementary Ecological Fields: Plants Canopies Conservation, Thermal Efficiency in Buildings and Wind Energy Producing
(Mohamed Habib Sellami, Laboratory of Thermal Radiation, Department of Physics, Faculty of Science Tunis, University Tunis El Manar, Tunisia)

Chapter 2. Environmental Responsibility through Ethnoecology Education
(Tannys Moffatt, Christine Penner, John Taylor, Paul Watts, Winnipeg School Division, Manitoba, Canada, and others)
Chapter DOI: 10.52305/LNNX4205

Chapter 3. Morphometric Studies and Possible Relations to Evolution and to Environmental Adaptations: The Deep Water Red Shrimps as a Case Study
(Kostas Kapiris, Maria Thessalou-Legaki, Hellenic Centre for Marine Research, Institute of Marine Biological Resources, Anavissos, Attica, Greece, and others)

Chapter  4. Water Availability and Bighorn Sheep: Life-History Characteristics and Persistence of Populations
(Jericho C. Whiting, Vernon C. Bleich, R. Terry Bowyer, Randy T. Larsen, Gonzales-Stoller Surveillance, Idaho Falls, Idaho, USA, and others)

Chapter  5. Dynamics of Decapod Crustaceans in a Trophic Web of Continental Aquatic Environments in Southern South America
(P.A. Collins, R. Carnevali, D. Carvalho, V. Williner, Instituto Nacional de Limnología, INALI-CONICET-UNL, Santa Fe, Argentina, and others)

Chapter 6. Human Activity, Landscape Transition and the Evolving Biotope Association
(Vijay K. Saxena, Division of Malariology and Center for Medical Entomology and Vector Management, National CDC, Delhi, India)

Chapter 7. Visioning the Carbon Market as a Vehicle for Transferring Low Emission Technologies
(Charikleia Karakosta, Dimitris Askounis, John Psarras, National Technical University of Athens, School of Electrical and Computer Engineering, Management & Decision Support Systems Laboratory (EPU-NTUA), Athens, Greece)

Chapter 8. Dilemmas in Economic Utilization, Flood Protection and Ecological Landscape Protection in the Great Plain Section of the Water Network of the Tisza
(József Szabó, József Lóki, Róbert Vass, Gergely Szabó, Department of Physical Geography and Geoinformatics, University of Debrecen, Debrecen, Hungary)

Chapter 9. Preparations of Moringa oleifera Flowers to Treat Contaminated Water
(Maiara C. Moura, Emmanuel V. Pontual, Francis S. Gomes, Thiago H. Napoleão, Haroudo S. Xavier, Patrícia M.G. Paiva, Luana C.B.B. Coelho, Departamento de Bioquímica, Centro de Ciências Biológicas, Universidade Federal de Pernambuco, Recife, Brazil, and others)

Chapter 10. Incentive Programs to Promote Clean Power Technologies for Regional Economic/Environmental Sustainable Development
(Ali Zangeneh, Young Researchers Club of Damavand Azad University, Department of Electrical Engineering, Damavand Azad Universities, Damavand, Iran)

Chapter 11. The Cutting Edge of Endocrine Disrupting Chemicals in Freshwater Fishes
(Nathalie Prevot-D’Alvise, Stephanie Pierre, Stephane Coupe, Sandrine Gaillard, Simone Richard, Josiane Aubert, Joel-Paul Grillasca, Université du Sud, Toulon, Var, La Garde, France)


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