Open access peer-reviewed Edited Volume

The Biosphere

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Natarajan Ishwaran
Natarajan Ishwaran

UNESCO,
Afghanistan

Published14 March 2012

Doi10.5772/2247

ISBN978-953-51-0292-2

eBook (PDF) ISBN978-953-51-5239-2

Copyright year2012

Number of pages316

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Open access  chapters

1. Early Biosphere: Origin and Evolution

By Vladimir F. Levchenko, Alexander B. Kazansky, Marat A. Sabirov and Eugenia M. Semenova

6,223
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3,130
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5. Trace Metals and Radionuclides in Austrian Forest Ecosystems

By Stefan Smidt, Robert Jandl, Heidi Bauer, Alfred Fürst, Franz Mutsch, Harald Zechmeister and Claudia Seidel

2,730
6. Plant Extracts: A Potential Tool for Controlling Animal Parasitic Nematodes

By Pedro Mendoza de Gives, María Eugenia López Arellano, Enrique Liébano Hernández and Liliana Aguilar Marcelino

5,942
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7. Understanding Linkages Between Public Participation and Management of Protected Areas – Case Study of Serbia

By Jelena Tomićević, Ivana Bjedov, Margaret A. Shannon and Dragica Obratov-Petković

2,705
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9. Biosphere Reserves

By Murat Özyavuz

4,343
12. Investigation of Reproductive Birds in Hara Biosphere Reserve, Threats and Management Strategies

By Elnaz Neinavaz, Elham Khalilzadeh Shirazi, Besat Emami and Yasaman Dilmaghani

3,381
14. UNESCO Biosphere Reserves Towards Common Intellectual Ground

By Richard C. Mitchell, Bradley May, Samantha Purdy and Crystal Vella

2,439

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