Advances in Environmental Research. Volume 84

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Justin A. Daniels (Editor)

Series: Advances in Environmental Research
BISAC: SCI026000
DOI: https://doi.org/10.52305/GQSU4556

In this volume, various scientific advancements concerning environmental research are presented. Chapter One outlines the connections between modern slavery and deforestation, highlighting issues faced by communities within and close to the natural resources protected by the forest, and solutions for the protection of both people and nature. Chapter Two emphasizes recent understanding on the role of various environmental factors in control of reproductive and associated behaviors in songbirds. Chapter Three investigates the impact of black carbon, released by the incomplete combustion of fossil fuels and consisting of aggregates of nanospheres, on climate. Chapter Four considers the behavior of the submerged macrophyte Elodea canadensis, one of the most widely spread species of aquatic plants in the Yenisei River, in connection with radioactive contamination. Lastly, Chapter Five advocates for the restructuring of the forest sector’s governance in Madagascar to reduce deforestation and preserve species richness.

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Preface

Chapter 1. Modern Slavery as a Threat to Forests: Reviewing the Links between Modern Slavery, Deforestation, and Potential Solutions
(Bethany Jackson – Rights Lab and School of Geography, University of Nottingham, UK)

Chapter 2. Environmental Control of Reproduction and Related Behaviors in Songbirds
(Anand S. Dixit, Debashish Khanikar and Bidisha Kataki – Department of Zoology, North-Eastern Hill University, Shillong, Meghalaya, India)

Chapter 3. Research on the Effects of Black Carbon on Climate: Evolution and Emerging Concerns
(Carlos Blanco-Alegre, Ana Isabel Calvo and Roberto Fraile – Department of Physics, University of León, León, Spain)

Chapter 4. Macrophytes of the Yenisei River and Transuranic Radionuclides: Properties, Accumulation, Regularities and Interactions
(L. Bondareva, and N. Fedorova – Department of Analytical methods, Federal Scientific Centre of Hygiene named after F. F. Erisman of the Russian Federal Service for Surveillance on Consumer Rights Protection and Human Wellbeing, Mytischi, Moscow region, Russia)

Chapter 5. Inclusive Integration of Stakeholders’ Needs to Reduce the Threats on Moramanga Natural Forest
(J. N. Andrianaivoarimanga, C. Bosch and M. Rakotondrabe – Ravelojaona FJKM University, Moramanga Madagascar)

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