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Abstract: Quercus rubra has been introduced in Europe since the end of the 17th century. It is ...

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See detail4th Doctoral Seminar on Sustainability Research in the Built Environment Book of Abstracts
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The DS2BE is a joint initiative of research groups working on sustainability issues at 8 Belgian ...

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Forested catchments are generally assumed to provide higher quality water. However, this hypothesis ...

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Introduction. De nos jours, la gestion des ressources forestières ne se focalise plus sur ...

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See detailNo copper required for germination of an endangered endemic species from the Katangan Copperbelt (Katanga, DR Congo): Diplolophium marthozianum
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in Tropical Ecology (2017), 58(1), 193-198

Two hypotheses were tested with respect to the germination of Diplolophium marthozianum, an endemic ...

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Using pragmatic sociology, we studied feed autonomy in mixed livestock-crop farming in the western ...

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While planet boundaries are being crossed and ecosystems degraded, the Ecosystem Service (ES ...

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in Agriculture, Ecosystems & Environment (2017), 247

Over the last decade, the conversion of annual-rotation based crops or grassland areas into non ...

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See detailPest regulation and support of natural enemies in agriculture: Experimental evidence of within field wildflower strips
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in Ecological Engineering (2017), 98

tRestoring ecosystem services in agriculture is vital to reach a sustainable food production. More ...

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Among semi-natural elements in agricultural landscapes, wildflower strips sown at field margins or ...

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in Biotechnologie, Agronomie, Société et Environnement = Biotechnology, Agronomy, Society and Environment (2017), 21(2), 127-130

Description of the subject. Quercus rubra L. is considered an invasive species in several European ...

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Imagine a future where dynamically, from year to year, we can track the progression of alien ...