Elsevier, European Journal of Soil Biology, Volume 75, 1 July 2016
Many studies have investigated whether microbiota has been adapted to decompose a given litter type but we have limited information about the specific role of microarthropods in litter decaying proces
Elsevier, Transportation Geotechnics, Volume 7, 1 June 2016
Transportation geotechnics associated with constructing and maintaining properly functioning transportation infrastructure is a very resource intensive activity.
Elsevier, European Journal of Soil Biology, Volume 74, May 01, 2016
Effect of biochar additions to soil on nitrogen leaching, microbial biomass and bacterial community structure
Previous studies already demonstrated that biochar addition reduces nitrogen (N) leaching in soil, but little information is available about its effects on N leaching and bacterial community structure
Elsevier, Environmental Science and Policy, Volume 58, April 01, 2016
This paper investigates how the notion of 'sustainability' is strategically framed in the context of Dutch infrastructure governance in the Netherlands.
Elsevier, Food Policy, Volume 60, April 01, 2016
Toward a food secure future: Ensuring food security for sustainable human development in Sub-Saharan Africa
Food security remains a top development priority and global concern. It is enshrined in the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development in Sustainable Development Goal two.
Elsevier, Forest Policy and Economics, Volume 65, April 01, 2016
Implementing REDD+ at the national level: Stakeholder engagement and policy coherences between REDD+ rules and Kenya's sectoral policies
Effective implementation of rules on reduced emission from avoided deforestation and forest degradation (REDD.
Elsevier, European Journal of Soil Biology, Volume 73, March 01, 2016
Patterns of earthworm, enchytraeid and nematode diversity and community structure in urban soils of different ages
Annelids (Lumbricidae and Enchytraeidae) and nematodes are common soil organisms and play important roles in organic matter decomposition, nutrient cycling and creation of soil structure and porosity.
Land Restoration - Chapter 2.6: Environmental Security, Land Restoration, and the Military: A Case Study of the Ecological Task Forces in India
Land Restoration: Reclaiming Landscapes for a Sustainable Future, Volume , 2016
This book chapter advances SDGs 15 and 11 by looking at land restoration and its military dimensions, as part of the environmental security discourse, a topic that has not received as much attention as it should in mainstream environmental security studies and policy discussions.
Elsevier, Environmental Science and Policy, Volume 55, January 01, 2016
Ecological impacts of industrial agriculture include significant greenhouse gas emissions, loss of biodiversity, widespread pollution by fertilizers and pesticides, soil loss and degradation, declinin
Elsevier, Current Opinion in Insect Science, Volume 12, 1 December 2015
Strategies are urgently required to ensure long term maintenance of current levels of global insect diversity.