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Ecological Adaptation to Altitude of Algal Communities in the Swat Valley (Hindu Cush Mountains, Pakistan)
The biodiversity of algal communities in the Hindu Cush Mountain areas was formed under natural climatic and anthropogenic impacts. The algal diversity in the rivers of the southern Hindu Cush region is, however, still under investigated. While algal communities of some rivers and parks in Pakistan were sporadically studied, ourknowledge of regional algal distribution is far from exhaustive. The Swat River Valley is located in an inaccessible mountainous area and has therefore been insufficiently studied.
Successfully Preserving a Farm as Open Space: What Values Were behind the Giving?
Open space preservation has become increasingly as important as urbanization has crept into suburban and exurban areas. The problem of disappearing open space in the suburbs of a large US city was addressed in this work. The goal was to associate responses to a retrospective survey of donors to a successful farm-to-open-space campaign in the Philadelphia metro region to the donations that people actually made.
Multilevel Approach in Biodiversity Analysis of Freshwater Algae
The relationships between algal biodiversity and environmental conditions are determined by adaptation level of the species and the community as a whole. Bioindication is based on the principal of congruence between community composition and complexity of environmental factors. However, it is still a problem to define the role of particular environmental variables as well as to predict the community’s response to environmental change.