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Comment on "Non-Mineralized Fossil Wood" by George E. Mustoe (Geosciences, 2018)
We were pleased to see the summary article in Geosciences on fossil wood by George E. Mustoe , which does a very nice job of illuminating general conditions and characteristics of ancient wood preserved in various ...
Reconceptualising Water Quality Governance to Incorporate Knowledge and Values: Case studies from Australian and Brazilian Indigenous Communities
This paper examines the significance of knowledge and values for water quality and its governance. Modernist approaches to the governance of water quality in rivers and lakes need to be reconceptualised and overhauled. The ...
Alaska Snowpack Response to Climate Change: Statewide Snowfall Equivalent and Snowpack Water Scenarios
Climatically driven changes in snow characteristics (snowfall, snowpack, and snowmelt) will affect hydrologic and ecological systems in Alaska over the coming century, yet there exist no projections of downscaled future ...
South-to-south exchanges in understanding and addressing natural resource conflicts
Conflicts over natural resources affect millions of people in developing countries. Because they vary in terms of context, intensity, interactions between parties, and local and international implications, natural resource ...
Historical ecology reveals landscape transformation coincident with cultural development in central Italy since the Roman Period
Knowledge of the direct role humans have had in changing the landscape requires the perspective of historical and archaeological sources, as well as climatic and ecologic processes, when interpreting paleoecological records. ...
The palaeoenvironment of the Upper Cretaceous (Cenomanian-Turonian) portion of the Winton Formation, Queensland, Australia
The Winton Formation is increasingly recognised as an important source of information about the Cretaceous of Australia, and, more broadly, the palaeobiogeographic history of eastern Gondwana. With more precise dating and ...
Pinon-juniper fuels reduction treatment impacts pinyon jay nesting habitat
Across multiple continents, mechanical thinning of forests and woodlands is an increasingly common management approach to reduce potential fire risks or improve ecological condition. Thinning programs designed to reduce ...
Assessing Near Surface Hydrologic Processes and Plant Response over a 1600 m Mountain Valley Gradient in the Great Basin, NV, USA
This study investigated near surface hydrologic processes and plant response over a 1600 m mountain-valley gradient located in the Great Basin of North America (Nevada, U.S.A.) as part of a long-term climate assessment ...