Latest News on Bioremediation: March – 2020

Factors limiting bioremediation technologies The use of microorganisms to destroy, or reduce the concentration of, hazardous wastes on a contaminated site is called bioremediation. Such a biological treatment system has various applications, including, clean up of contaminated sites such as water, soils, sludges, and waste streams.[1] Bioremediation of petroleum pollutants Hydrocarbon-degrading microorganisms are ubiquitously distributed […]

News Update on Coastal Forest : March – 2020

Habitat fragmentation reduces genetic diversity and connectivity among toad populations in the Brazilian Atlantic Coastal Forest Tropical rainforests are becoming increasingly fragmented and understanding the genetic consequences of fragmentation is crucial for conservation of their flora and fauna. [1] SEA‐LEVEL RISE AND COASTAL FOREST RETREAT ON THE WEST COAST OF FLORIDA, USA We investigated patterns, rates, […]

Latest News on Wildlife: March – 2020

ROADS, ROADSIDES AND WILDLIFE CONSERVATION: A REVIEW Roads are transport corridors imposed on the environment by humans for the movement of people and materials. Road systems are extensive in length and in the area that they occupy, and they extend pervasively throughout most terrestrial landscapes and habitats. [1] Wildlife value orientations: A conceptual and measurement […]

Latest News on Climatic Conditions Research: Jan – 2020

Extreme climatic events and their evolution under changing climatic conditions This short introductory paper illustrates some key issues concerning extremes by that specialize in daily temperature extremes defined using quantiles and threshold exceedances. The examples include both a low- and a high-elevation site within the Swiss Alps where long records of homogenous daily data are […]

Latest Research News on Air Quality: Nov – 2019

Global Air Quality and Pollution The impact of worldwide pollution on climate and therefore the setting could be a new focus in part science. worldwide transport and neural structure pollution by gas jeopardize agricultural and natural ecosystems worldwide and have a robust result on climate. Aerosols, that square measure unfold globally however have a robust […]

Latest Research on Remote Sensing: Oct – 2019

Manual of remote sensing. This book of facts contains, the principles, rules and directions required for the mastery of the art, science and ability referred to as ”remote sensing.” The thirty six chapters cowl the total spectrum of remote sensing science: theory; instruments; techniques; and applications. [1] Remote sensing of foliar chemistry Remotely perceived knowledge […]

Latest on Coastal Forest Research: Oct – 2019

Distribution patterns and conservation of eastern Brazilian coastal forest tree species The distributions of 127 tree species, every with a minimum of a part of their place the dampish coastal forest of jap Brazil, are analyzed. Of these, 53.5% are endemic to the coastal forest, 11.8% endemic to the coastal forest and some a part […]

News Update on Feeding Ecology Research: Oct – 2019

Comparative feeding ecology of felids in a neotropical rainforest Diet and environs use of Felis onca, puma, and ocelot, and populations of their class prey, were studied in associate degree undisturbed timber in southeastern South American country. Analysis of scats (feces) showed terrestrial mammals to be the chief prey of all 3 felids, however reptiles […]

Latest Research News on Climate Change Research: Sep – 2019

Long-term Climate Change: Projections, Commitments and Irreversibility This chapter assesses long projections of temperature change for the top of the twenty first century and on the far side, wherever the forced signal depends on the state of affairs and is usually larger than the interior variability of the climate system. Changes square measure expressed with […]