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Academic Research
Published: 2017

Agricultural landscapes as habitat for birds in central Chile

Revista Chilena De Historia Natural

Background: Understanding the role of agroecosystems as habitat for wildlife is crucial for long-term conservation planning, as different crop stratification and landscape elements can influence…

Academic Research
Published: 2020

Agricultural Soil Organic Matters and Microbiome Are Shaped by Management and Hedgerows

Agronomy-Basel

Despite the essential roles of soil dissolved organic matter (DOM) and soil microbes in agro-ecosystems, we still have a limited understanding of the extent by…

Academic Research
Published: 2012

Agro-Ecological Analysis for the EU Water Framework Directive: An Applied Case Study for the River Contract of the Seveso Basin (Italy)

Environmental Management

The innovative approach to the protection and management of water resources at the basin scale introduced by the European Union water framework directive (WFD) requires…

Academic Research
Published: 2020

Agroecosystem patterns and land management co-develop through environment, management, and land-use interactions

Ecosphere

A poor understanding of the interactions between biophysical and social elements within rural mountainous landscapes can lead to suboptimal management and recommendations. The objective of…

Academic Research
Published: 2019

Agroforestry creates carbon sinks whilst enhancing the environment in agricultural landscapes in Europe

Land Use Policy

Agroforestry, relative to conventional agriculture, contributes significantly to carbon sequestration, increases a range of regulating ecosystem services, and enhances biodiversity. Using a transdisciplinary approach, we…

Academic Research
Published: 2018

Agroforestry for ruminants: a review of trees and shrubs as fodder in silvopastoral temperate and tropical production systems

Animal Production Science

Among the oldest agroforestry systems, silvopastoralism uses shrubs and trees to feed ruminants. The practice is common in extensive livestock production systems, whereas the intensification…

Academic Research
Published: 2018

Agroforestry systems of high nature and cultural value in Europe: provision of commercial goods and other ecosystem services

Agroforestry Systems

Land use systems that integrate woody vegetation with livestock and/or crops and are recognised for their biodiversity and cultural importance can be termed high nature…

Academic Research
Published: 2017

Air pollution abatement performances of green infrastructure in open road and built-up street canyon environments – A review

Atmospheric Environment, Volume 162, Pages 71-86,

Intensifying the proportion of urban green infrastructure has been considered as one of the remedies for air pollution levels in cities, yet the impact of…

Academic Research
Published: 2020

Air pollution in a microclimate; the impact of different green barriers on the dispersion

Science of the Total Environment

This paper studies the impact of different green barriers on the dispersion of air pollution in a neighbourhood. The study was performed with reference to…

Academic Research
Published: 2019

Allergenic pollen concentrations in the air of urban parks in relation to their vegetation

Urban Forestry & Urban Greening, Volume 46, 126486

In the face of the intensifying process of urbanization and the increased incidence of pollen allergies among urban residents, there is still a need to…