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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 ...
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 ...
(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 ...