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Trophic niche segregation in the Nilotic ichthyofauna of Lake Albert (Uganda, Africa)
(Environmental Biology of Fishes, 2005)
Nile perch, <i>Lates niloticus</i>, and Nile tilapia, <i>Oreochromis niloticus</i>, were originally transplanted from Lake Albert in western Uganda to the African Great Lakes, Lake Victoria and Lake Kyoga, where they are ...
Ecotourism as a form of sustainable development in South Africa
This study examines ecotourism as a form of sustainable development in the Eastern Cape of South Africa. Tourism is one of the world’s largest industries, with ecotourism being one of the fastest growing sectors. Ecotourism ...
ENSC 410: Honours Projects in Environmental Sustainability
ENSC 410* Honours Projects in Environmental Sustainability. Course Outlines, Notes, Handouts
Introduction to recycling
Introduction to Recycling. Course Outlines, Notes, Handouts
ENSC 315: Global Food Security, Agriculture & Environment
ENSC 315* GLOBAL FOOD SECURITY, AGRICULTURE & ENVIRONMENT. Course Outlines, Notes, Handouts
ENSC 407: Global Water Issues
ENSC 407* GLOBAL WATER ISSUES. Course Outlines, Notes, Handouts
ENSC 310: Environmental Policy
ENSC 310* ENVIRONMENTAL POLICY. Course Outlines, Notes, Handouts
Corporatizing Dhaka Water Supply And Sewerage Authority, Bangladesh
Efforts to commercialize water supply and sanitation in Dhaka, Bangladesh, have been pushed vigorously by internal and external proponents of neo-liberalism. The thesis takes a critical look at these developments and ...
Central Solar Heating Plants with Seasonal Storage for Residential Applications in Canada: A Case Study of the Drake Landing Solar Community
In Canada, 20% of greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions result from burning fossil fuels to heat homes, buildings, and water. Solar thermal technologies convert the sun’s energy into emission-free heat. The Drake Landing Solar ...
Bioenergy Systems in Canada: Towards Energy Security and Climate Change Solutions
The energy security and climate change risks of fossil fuel consumption have stimulated interest in developing renewable energy sources. Canada’s vast biomass potential is an attractive local resource but high transportation ...