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(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 ...
Modes of Governing Canadian Waste Management: a Case Study of Metro Vancouver’s Energy-From-Waste Controversy (2017-06-28)Managing municipal solid waste is a pressing environmental and political concern for Canadian municipalities who bear the primary responsibility for waste management (WM). In 2015, Metro Vancouver’s (MV’s) plans to expand ...
Haloconduction as a remediation strategy: Capture and quantification of salts excreted by recretohalophytes (Elsevier BV, 2019-10-01)Recretohalophytes employ specialized glands to excrete salt ions onto their tissue surfaces, which then have the potential to be transported away from the plant via wind in a process referred to as ‘haloconduction’. Spartina ...