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    Soil abiotic and microbial legacies jointly contribute to growth of invasive Solidago canadensis

    DOI Logo 10.17352/gje.000010

    Published On: August 20, 2019 | Pages: 015 - 021

    Author(s): Shu-Qi Zhou, Zuo-Fu Wei, Yu-Fei Zhao and Li-Jia Dong*
    The invasion success of exotic plants strongly depends on soil properties of new ranges, however, little is known about the joint contribution of soil abiotic and biotic legacies to this success. To address the role of soil abiotic and microbial properties in plant invasions and associated mechanisms, we conducted two complementary experiments. ... CrossMark Publons Harvard Library HOLLIS Search IT Semantic Scholar Get Citation Base Search Scilit OAI-PMH ResearchGate GrowKudos
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    The ecological impact on the distribution of Pangolins in Deng-Deng National Park, Eastern Region, Cameroon

    DOI Logo 10.17352/gje.000009

    Published On: February 26, 2019 | Pages: 008 - 014

    Author(s): Melle Ekane Maurice*, Esong lionel Ebong, Nkwatoh Athanasius Fuashi, Ichu Ichu Godwill and Amos Fang Zeh
    One of the major impediments to studying wild pangolins has been the difficulty in locating them. In many areas where biodiversity surveys have been conducted, no pangolins were recorded, despite extensive nocturnal searches. The main objective of this survey was to assess the role of ecological factors on the distribution of pangolins in deng-deng national park. The ... CrossMark Publons Harvard Library HOLLIS Search IT Semantic Scholar Get Citation Base Search Scilit OAI-PMH ResearchGate GrowKudos
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    The impact of some anthropogenic activities on river Nile delta wetland ecosystems

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    Published On: January 23, 2019 | Pages: 001 - 007

    Author(s): Mohamed M El-Shazly*
    The River Nile delta shallow lakes namely, Edku, Burullus and Manzala are natural wetland ecosystems, connected to fresh water sources at the south and to the open sea at the north. Throughout their relatively short geological and hydrological history, the lakes received unpolluted fresh water from the river Nile. Egyptians have begun practicing some form of water man ... CrossMark Publons Harvard Library HOLLIS Search IT Semantic Scholar Get Citation Base Search Scilit OAI-PMH ResearchGate GrowKudos
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