1 edition of Report of activities on Peatland Research: 1982. by Land Resource Research Institute found in the catalog.
Report of activities on Peatland Research: 1982. by Land Resource Research Institute
|Contributions||Land Resource Research Institute|
|LC Classifications||QK 938 P42R4 1983|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||71|
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For the former, increased national and international promotion of and support for research on peatland/forest conservation and restoration is required, including promoting pilot and modelling studies, facilitating international and cross‐sector (e.g. academia‐industry) research collaborations, mandating monitoring and evaluation in field Cited by: 2. The research book, The age of Entrepreneurship shows how entrepreneurship rates of % were achieved in the s compared to 10% today, whist economically occupied women were twice as likely to be self-employed then than now. Despite the changes since the s which have seen rapid growth of self-employed and the Gig-economy, large and.
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The impact of artificial drainage on the hydrological response of peatland catchments was first fully investigated experimentally by Conway and Millar ().They worked on four small (2 ha) peatland catchments at Moor House in the English north Pennines; two had natural drainage channels and two had artificial networks of surface by: 8.Abstract.
Land development activities such as agriculture, clear cutting, peat mining, and the planting of forest plantations on wetlands can affect the hydrologic behavior of these ecosystems by affecting their water storage and release patterns on the by: