Open access peer-reviewed Edited Volume

Sustainable Development - Education, Business and Management - Architecture and Building Construction - Agriculture and Food Security

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Chaouki Ghenai

University of Sharjah, United Arab Emirates

PublishedMarch 7th, 2012

Doi10.5772/2425

ISBN978-953-51-0116-1

eBook (PDF) ISBN978-953-51-5128-9

Copyright year2012

Number of pages356

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Open access peer-reviewed  chapters

4. Sustainable Business Development – A Case Study of the International Logistics Industry

By Anna Larsson, Ronald Muyingo, Dmytro Serebrennikov, Shohana Ahmed and Cecilia Mark-Herbert

2,549
8. Mapping is a Key for Sustainable Development of Coastal Waters: Examples of Seagrass Beds and Aquaculture Facilities in Japan with Use of ALOS Images

By Teruhisa Komatsu, Tatsuyuki Sagawa, Shuhei Sawayama, Hideaki Tanoue, Akihiko Mohri and Yoshihiko Sakanishi

2,722
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11. Sustainability in Urban Ecosystems and Detecting Urban Vegetation from Different Images Using an Object-Based Approach

By Metin Tunay, Ayhan Atesoglu, Aycan M. Marangoz, Serkan Karakıs and Hakan Akçin

2,433
2,178
13. Sustainable Farming Systems vs Conventional Agriculture: A Socioeconomic Approach

By Athanasios Theocharopoulos, Stamatis Aggelopoulos, Panoraia Papanagiotou, Katerina Melfou and Evangelos Papanagiotou

9,101
1,807
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17. Saving the World’s Most Precious Resource

By Dewi Rogers and Alessandro Bettin

2,448
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