A river begins at a source (or more often several sources), follows a path called a course, and ends at a mouth or mouths. The water in a river is usually confined to a channel, made up of a stream bed between banks.In larger rivers there is often also a wider floodplain shaped by flood-waters over-topping the channel.Floodplains may be very wide in relation to the size of the river channel.
The Mont Blanc massif is 46 kilometres (29 mi) long and lies in a southwest to northeasterly direction across the borders of France (Haute-Savoie and Savoie), Italy (Aosta Valley) and Switzerland (western Valais).At its widest point the massif is 20 km (12 mi) across. The northern side of the massif lies mostly within France, and is bounded by the valley of the Arve, containing the towns of.
Since 1984, outbreaks of the acridid Rhammatocerus schistocercoides have occurred in the states of Mato Grosso and Rondonia, Brazil. It has been suggested that deforestation has created suitable biotopes for this locust and has upset the balance of the ecosystem. This book provides a critical synthesis and bibliography, as an outline for a proposed future monograph.This banner text can have markup. web; books; video; audio; software; images; Toggle navigation.The classification of land uses with reference to fragility, specified on 4 levels, is carried out evaluating how much the different land use typologies are intrinsically unable of resisting to the ensemble of pressures generated by the anthropic use of the territory (such as pollution and anthropic disturbances).
The classification in seasons of the year based on precipitation was based on V ezenegho et al. (2016). In March, classified as part of the “short dry season,” there were no hot pixels.Read More
Abstract. A review of the postembryonic development of millipedes (Diplopoda) is given, based mainly on published information. Original observations are, howev.Read More
AQUATIC COLEOPTERA BIBLIOGRAPHY. THIS DOCUMENT IS UNDER CONSTRUCTION, AND IT WILL ALWAYS BE SO AS LONG AS WE CONTINUE TO WRITE ABOUT WATER BEETLES! This bibliography is a compilation of the bibliography that Warren Brigham has on the Web at the Illinois Natural History Survey, plus each year's NABS bibliography that I have compiled since 1996.Read More
The parasitoids of the African white rice borer, Maliarpha separatella Ragonot (Lepidoptera: Pyralidae) - Volume 84 Issue 1 - A. Polaszek, M.G. Fitton, G. Bianchi, T. Huddleston.Read More
Floodplain forests and wetlands are amongst the most diverse and species rich habitats on earth. Arthropods are a key group for the high diversity pattern of these landscapes, due to the fact that the change between flooding and drought causes in different life cycles and in a variety of adaptations in the different taxa. The floodplain forests and wetlands of Central Amazonia are well.Read More
Literature on the Chrysomelidae (incl. Bruchidae) Terry N. Seeno, Editor From CHRYSOMELA Newsletter, numbers 1-41 October 1979 through April 2001 May 18, 2001 (rev. 1) - 2,635 citations. The following citations appeared in the CHRYSOMELA newsletter beginning with the first issue published in 1979.Read More
The South African Journal of Science is a multidisciplinary science journal published bimonthly by the Academy of Science of South Africa. Our mandate is to publish original research with an.Read More
The Amazonian savannas of French Guiana are rare and of high ecological and cultural value but are also highly threatened. They are socioecological systems that have been coconstructed by humans and nature and today form mosaic landscapes along the country’s coast.Read More
Ecohydrogeology: The interdisciplinary convergence needed to improve the study and stewardship of springs and other groundwater-dependent habitats, biota, and ecosystems Author links open overlay panel Marco Cantonati a Lawrence E. Stevens b Stefano Segadelli c Abraham E. Springer d Nico Goldscheider e Fulvio Celico f Maria Filippini g Kei Ogata h Alessandro Gargini g.Read More
Classification of the collection to illustrate the animal resources of the United States; a list of substances derived from the animal kingdom, with synopsis of the useful and injurious animals and a classification of the methods of capture and utilization. (Washington, Govt. Print. Off., 1876), by G. Brown Goode (page images at HathiTrust).Read More