A Descriptive Study on Nesting Patterns of Raptors; White Backed Vulture (Gyps africanus) and African Fish Eagle (Haliaeetus vocifer), in Lochinvar National Park on the Kafue Flats, Zambia

This study looked at the nesting habits of raptors, specifically the White-backed vulture (Gyps africanus) and the African fish eagle (Haliaeetus vocifer), in Lochinvar National Park in Zambia. The study’s main goal was to see if tree species, height, girth size, and habitat influenced raptor nest placement within Lochinvar National Park. Two species were chosen […]

Environmental Nexus: And You’ll Recognize Us by Our Places

This study looks at the locations of an urban zone within a Biosphere Reserve in southern Brazil, as well as the potential for synergy between their biological and social systems. It assumes: I that people’s perceptions of their regional rootedness benefit sustainability; and (ii) that current progress in the conceptualization of “place” contributes to the […]

Advanced Study on a Contribution to the Epipelic Algal Ecology in Lotic Ecosystem of Iraq

The current project is concerned with the effects of epipelic algae on lotic ecosystems in Iraq. The current study focused on benthic diatoms in the AlShamiyah River. The river is adrift from industrial activities in Raq’s southern reagion. During the period March 2013 to January 2014, four sites along the river were chosen for sampling. […]

Impact of Innovated Per Adult Human Unit Method (PAHUM) vs. Error Bound Per Capita (PC): Recalibration of EU and Developing Countries (India), Family/ Households’ Population, Food Security and Environmental Sustainability

The UNSDGs (United Nations Sustainable Development Goals, particularly SDG2) agenda and Communication of the Lisbon Strategy of the EU set out an integrated package of measures to deliver more sustainable consumption (including food), better environmental protection, and correct population, production/consumption evaluations (e.g., cereal) by using appropriate and more meaningful methods, UNITS that are required. Observations […]

An Opinion Poll for the Establishment of a Bioethanol Plant Utilizing Local Resources and a Fuzzy Inference System: An Advance Study

Sorghum bicolor (sweet sorghum) cultivation is currently one of the most promising energy crops for bioethanol production. A public opinion poll was conducted to determine whether or not a bioethanol plant should be built using local resources such as sweet sorghum cultivation and zeolite deposits. The heads of selected Trigono Municipality households gathered data (Evros, […]

Understanding Land–Atmosphere–Climate Coupling Using Data from the Canadian Prairies

For the past 60 years, analysis of the unique hourly Canadian Prairie data has transformed our quantitative understanding of land–atmosphere–cloud coupling at northern latitudes. The Canadian Prairie data is exceptional because observers at most major airports were trained to estimate the opaque cloud fraction in tenths, by cloud level, and in total on an hourly […]

A Modelling Approaches for Vortex Theory and Earth Dynamics

Morphological evidence from active tectonic areas with subcircular geometries suggests that these geometries are the result of mechanisms other than those described by translational dynamics of complex faults. Endogenic forces, particularly convection currents, have yet to be fully explained. Under certain conditions and due to Coriolis Force, magma upwelling from the mantle, which differs in […]

Determining the Pancreatic Arginase Activity and α- Amylase Levels in Patients with Type 2 Diabetes and Alcoholic Pancreatitis

Arginase, a regenerative enzyme found in the endocrine pancreas, participates in insulin metabolism as well as regenerative processes during polyamine formation. High levels of -amylase have been linked to pancreatic damage. The purpose of this study was to see how arginase and -amylase functioned in the pancreas of people with type 2 diabetes and those […]

Studies on Global Photosynthesis and Its Regulatory Role in Natural Carbon Cycle

Global photosynthesis in large systems is demonstrated to be a generalized photosynthesis of an ensemble of photosynthesizing organisms that comprise the system at a given time. Global photosynthesis possesses all of the characteristics of individual organism photosynthesis. They are as follows: 1) the presence of two reciprocal photosynthetic processes—CO2 assimilation and photorespiration; and 2) the […]

Marking Process of Molecules for the Health Sector Using a Hot Cell

The Nuclear Center of Mexico’s (ININ) Radioisotopes Production Plant prepares weekly radiopharmaceuticals such as sodium iodohippurate and metaiodobenzylguanidine, which are known as labeled molecules. The processes for preparing these compounds are done separately, that is, a different marking process is used for each compound, and they are done in a glove box. Because of the […]