S.No Title Authors Journal Name Year Volume Page Keyword
1 Biomass of Fish Species in the Shadegan Wetland, IRAN Seyed Ahmad Reza Hashemi ISCA Journal of Biological Sciences January (2012) Vol. 1(1) 66-68 Biomass assessment, shadegan wetland, depletion method.
Gholamreza Eskandary
Hoshang Ansary
2 Status of Cat Fish Diversity of River Kelo and Mand in Raigarh District, CG, India Tamboli R.K. ISCA Journal of Biological Sciences May (2012) Vol. 1(1) 71-73 Biodiversity, conservation, sustainable cat fish.
Jha Y.N.
3 A biodiversity assessment of the Flamingo Lakes of eastern Africa Samuel Vivian Matagi Tropical Conservancy August (2004) Vol. 5(1) 13-26 Biodiversity, Flamingo, Great Rift.
4 Comparative biodiversity of rivers, streams, ditches and ponds in an agricultural landscape in Southern England Penny Williams Biological Conservation March (2003) DTT 4.3.1 13-Jan Wetland, Community, Similarity, Macroinvertebrate, Macrophyte
Mericia Whitfield
Jeremy Biggs
Simon Bray
Gill Fox
Pascale Nicolet
David Sear
5 Trends in Biodiversity in Europe and the Impact of Land-use Change A. D. WATT Environmental Science and Technology 2007 No.25 135-160 Biodiversity, Europe, Landscape
R. H. W. BRADSHAW
J. YOUNG
D. ALARD
T. BOLGER
D. CHAMBERLAIN
F. FERNANDEZ-GONZALEZ
R. FULLER
P. GURREA
K. HENLE
R. JOHNSON
Z. KORSO´ S
P. LAVELLE
J. NIEMELA
P. NOWICKI
M. REBANE
C. SCHEIDEGGER
J. P. SOUSA
C. VAN SWAAY
A. VANBERGEN
6 Biodiversity: Its Importance to Human Health Eric Chivian M.D. A Project of the Center for Health and the Global Environment Harvard Medical School 2002   4-56 Biodiversity,Human Health, insects, bacteria, fungi, plankton, plants, and other organisms
7 Biodiversity Impacts of Large Dams Don E. McAllister IUCN, UNEP or UNF 2001 Backgroud paper Nr.1 9-69 Impact, Animal Biodiversity, Dams
John F. Craig
Nick Davidson
Simon Delany
Mary Seddon
8 Biodiversity and Fishery Sustainability in the Lake Victoria Basin: An Unexpected Marriage? JOHN S University of California Press and American Institute of Biological Sciences August (2003) Vol. 53, No. 8 703-716 aquatic conservation, East Africa, Nile perch, haplochromine cichlids, tropical fisheries
BALIRWA
COLIN A
CHAPMAN
LAUREN J
CHAPMAN
IAN G. COWX
KIM GEHEB
LES KAUFMAN
ROSEMARY H
LOWE-MCCONNELL
OLE SEEHAUSEN
JAN H. WANINK
ROBIN L
WELCOMME
FRANS WITTE
9 Biodiversity patterns and their conservation in wetlands of the Western Australian wheatbelt S.A. Halse Records of the Western Australian Museum Supplement 2004 No.67 337–364 Wetlands, Aquatic invertebrate, Waterbirds
M.N. Lyons
A.M. Pinder
R.J. Shiel
10 Biodiversity Regulation of Ecosystem Services Sandra Dıaz Ecosystems and Human Well-being: Current State and Trends   Chapter 11 297-329 Genotypes, populations, species, functional types, communities, and landscape units
David Tilman
Joseph Fargione
11 Biodiversity and recent exotic invasions of the Caspian Sea Igor Plotnikov Verh. Internat. Verein. Limnol December (2006) 29 1-4 Salt lakes, Caspian Sea, exotic species, biodiversity
Nikolai Aladin
Jean-Francois Cretaux
Philip Micklin
Yuri Chuikov
Alexey Smurov
12 Comparative biodiversity of rivers, streams, ditches and ponds in an agricultural landscape in Southern England Penny Williams Biological Conservation 5th March (2003) DTD=4.3.1 1-13 Wetland; Community; Similarity; Macroinvertebrate; Macrophyte
Mericia Whitfield
Jeremy Biggs
Simon Bray
Gill Fox
Pascale Nicolet
David Sear
13 Biodiversity changes in the lakes of the Central Yangtze Jingyun Fang The Ecological Society of America 2006 Vol.4(6) 369-377 Biodiversity, Wetlands, Ecosystems, Central Yangtze
Zhiheng Wang
Shuqing Zhao
Yongke Li
Zhiyao Tang
Dan Yu
Leyi Ni
Huanzhang Liu
Ping Xie
Liangjun Da
Zhongqiang Li
Chengyang Zheng
14 CLIMATE CHANGE, BIODIVERSITY PAKISTAN’s SCENARIO N. A. Qureshi The Journal of Animal and Plant Sciences 2011 21 (2 Suppl.) 358-363 Anthropogenic climate change, marine turtles, Uchalli Wetlands Complex, community structure, distribution, Indus River.
Z. Ali
15 Climate Change Effects on Aquatic Biota, Ecosystem Structure and Function Frederick J Arctic Climate Impact Assesment Nov (2006) Vol. 35 359-369 Climate change, Fresh water Ecosystem, environmental stressors
Wrona
Terry D. Prowse
James D. Reist
John E. Hobbie
Lucie M.J. Levesque
Warwick F. Vincent
16 The comparative biodiversity of seven globally important wetlands: a synthesis Wolfgang J. Junk Aquatic Sciences 2006 Vol.68 400-414 Wetlands; species diversity; comparison
Mark Brown
Ian C. Campbell
Max Finlayson
Brij Gopal
Lars Ramberg
Barry G. Warner
17 Consequences of changing biodiversity F. Stuart Chapin III Macmillan Magazines Ltd 11th May (2000) Vol.405 234-242 Global environment, changing global biogeochemical cycles, Fossil-fuel
Erika S. Zavaleta
Valerie T. Eviner
Rosamond L. Naylor
Peter M. Vitousek
Heather L. Reynolds
David U. Hooper
Sandra Lavorel
Osvaldo E. Sala
Sarah E. Hobbie
Michelle C. Mack
Sandra Díaz
18 Conservation of the Biodiversity of Brazil's Inland Waters Angilo A. Agostinho Conservation Biology June (2005) Vol.19 646-652 Conswervation Awareness, Environmental Legislation, Protected Areas
Sidinei M. Thomaz
Luiz C. Gomes
19 The efects of introduced tilapias on native biodiversity GABRIELLE C. CANONICO John Wiley & Sons, Ltd 5th Feb (2005) Vol.15 463-483 Aquaculture; invasive; Oreochromis; tilapia; .sh; .sheries; biodiversity; exotics; freshwater
ANGELA ARTHINGTON
JEFFREY K. MCCRARY
MICHELE L. THIEME
20 Effect of Human Activities on the Biodiversity of a Tropical man-made Lake M.K. Mustapha Nig.J. Pure & Appl.Sci. 2006 Vol.21 1960-1968 Physico-chemical, Biodiversity, Moro dam, Human Interface
21 Aspects of the biodiversity of the rivers in the Lake Naivasha catchment Mark Everard Hydrobiologia 2002 Vol.488 43-55 Tropical river, RHS, birds, plants, feeding guilds
AnthonyKuria
MichaelMacharia
JacquelineA. Vale
DavidM.Harper
22 Biodiversity in Inland Waters --Priorities for its Protection and Management Arthur Georges Cooperative Research Centre for Freshwater Ecology March (2002)   1-37 Management of Biodiversity, inventory effort, Validation, DNA sequencing
Peter Cottingham
23 A Study on the fish fauna of Oussudu - a rare freshwater lake of South India K.B. Chari International Journal of Environmental Studies April (2005) Vol.62 137-145 Fish, Lake, Wetland, Lake management, Water quality
S.A. Abbasi
24 Patterns of fish species richness in China’s lakes Shuqing Zhao Global Ecology and Biogeography 2006 Vol.15 386-394 Altitude, aquatic ecosystems, biodiversity, China, climatic variables, energy availability, fish species richness, lakes, limnological characteristics.
Jingyun Fang
Changhui Peng
Zhiyao Tang
Shilong Piao
25 A freshwater biodiversity hotspot under pressure – assessing threats and identifying conservation needs for ancient Lake Ohrid G. Kostoski Biogeosciences Discussions 2010 Vol.7 5347-5382 Freshwater habitats, Lake Ohrid, Conservation, Anthropogrnic impact, Biodiversity hotspot, Endemic taxa.
C. Albrecht
S. Trajanovski
T. Wilke
26 Running dry: Freshwater biodiversity, protected areas and climate change Jamie Pittock Biodiversity 2008 Vol.9(3&4) 30-39 freshwater, wetlands, biodiversity, protected areas, climate change, resilience, adaptation, mitigation, conservation planning, connectivity, environmental flows.
Lara J. Hansen
Robin Abell
27 Global diversity of fish (Pisces) in freshwater C. Leveque Hydrobiologia 2008 Vol.595 545–567 Fish, Freshwate, Distribution, Diversity, Ichthyoregions, Global scale
T. Oberdorff
D. Paugy
M. L. J. Stiassny
P. A. Tedesco
28 HOMAGE TO SANTA ROSALIA or WHY ARE THERE SO MANY KINDS OF ANIMALS? G. E. HUTCHINSON THE AMERICAN NATURALIST May -June 1959 Vol.XCIII, No. 870 145-159 Naturalists, zoogeography, Corixidae, Santa Rosalia, evolutionary ecology
29 Environmental Assessment and Aquatic Biodiversity Conservation of Amazonian Savannas, Marajó Island, Brazil Luciano Fogaça de A. Montag Research in Biodiversity – Models and Applications     12-284 Marajó Island, Amazon River, Tocantins
River, polymodal cycle of low amplitude
Tiago Magalhães da S. Freitas    
Ana Cristina Mendes-Oliveira    
Ronaldo B. Barthem    
30 Biogeography, diversity and conservation of the inland water fish communities in Israel Menachem Goren Biological Conservation 1999 Vol.89 01-09 Inland-water fishes; Israel; Biodiversity
Reuven Ortal
31 INVASIVE SPECIES: A COSTLY CATASTROPHE FOR NATIVE BIODIVERSITY Jeff McNeely         eucalyptus, widespread, natural, ecosystems, anthropogenic component 
32 Paleoecological insights on conservation of Biodiversity: A Focus on Species, Ecosystem, and Landscapes Paul A. Delcourt Ecological Applications Nov (1998) Vol.8, No.4 921 - 934 Appalachian Mountains; biodiversity; climate change; greenhouse world; landscape heterogeneity
Hazel R Delcourt
33 RIPARIAN ZONES: WHERE BIOGEOCHEMISTRY MEETS BIODIVERSITY IN MANAGEMENT PRACTICE Henri DÉCAMPS POLISH JOURNAL OF ECOLOGY 2004 Vol. 52(1) 03-18 Riparian zones, ecotones, biogeochemistry, biodiversity, management
Gilles PINAY
Robert J. NAIMAN
Geoffrey E. PETTS
Michael E. McCLAIN
Anna HILLBRICHT-ILKOWSKA
Thomas A. HANLEY
Robert M. HOLMES
John QUINN
Janine GIBERT
Anne-Marie PLANTY TABACCHI
Fritz SCHIEMER
Eric TABACCHI
Maciej ZALEWSKI
34 Mahseer Fishes of River Barak, Jatinga, Dholeswari and Ganol in North East India Barbhuiya Anjam Hussain Research Journal of Recent Sciences 2012 Vo,.1(ISC-2011) 07-16 Mahseer, North-East, Barak, Ganol
35 Species diversity: from global decreases to local increases Dov F. Sax TRENDS in Ecology and Evolution November 2003 Vol.18 No.11 561-566 biodiversity, global, regional and local scales, exotic species, ecosystem functioning
Steven D. Gaines
36 Comparative age and growth of Indian major Carp (catla catla ham. 1822) in Selected water bodies of Southern Rajasthan, India Ujjania N.C. Research Journal of Recent Sciences 2012 Vo,.1(ISC-2011) 17-22 Indian major carp, catla, maturity, growth, scales and rajasthan.
37 What is natural? The importance of a long-term perspective in biodiversity conservation and management Willis, K.J. Not mentioned Not mentioned Not mentioned 01-15 Ecosystems change, climate variability, invasions, and wildfires, biological invasions, wildfires, climate change, and determination of natural variability.
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38 Avian body size changes and climate change: warming or increasing variability? RAE E. GOODMAN Global Change Biology 2011 Vol.10.1111 01-11 Bergmann’s Rule, body mass, California, climatic variability, ecogeographic rules, ecotypic variation, energy reserves, morphology, wing length
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NATHANIEL E . SEAVY
THOMAS GARDALI
JILL D. BLUSO-DEMERS
39 Avian use of introduced plants: Ornithologist records illuminate interspecific associations and research needs CLARE E. ASLAN Ecological Applications 2010 Vol.20(4) 1005-1020 Birds; citizen science; guilds; introduced plants; invasive species; mutualisms; ornithologists; questionnaire.
MARCEL REJMA´ NEK
40 Avifauna of Mayiladuthurai Taluk, Tamil Nadu S. Asokan ZOOS' PRINT (Web version) September 2010 Volume XXV, Number 9 39-42 Indian subcontinent, diverse avian fauna, wildlife sanctuaries, diversity of avifauna in Mayiladuthurai Taluk.
A. Mohamed Samsoor Ali
R. Manikannan
41 Bird abundance and species richness on Florida lakes: Influence of trophic status, lake morphology, and aquatic macrophytes Mark V. Hoyer Hydrobiologia 1994 Vol.297/280 107-119 Florida, bird populations, tropic status, lakes, water quality, aquatic macrophytes
Daniel E. Canfield,Jr.
42 Recent ecosystem dynamics in nine North African lakes in the CASSARINA Project Hilary H. Birks Aquatic Ecology 2001 Vol.35 461-478 aquatic ecosystem dynamics, CASSARINA Project, detrended correspondence analysis, environmental stress, resilience, wetland lakes
H.J.B. Birks
R.J. Flower
S.M. Peglar
M.Ramdani
43 Factors affecting the avi-faunal distribution in the three lagoons (Malala, Embillakala and Bundala Lewaya) of Bundala National Park (A Ramsar Wetland) in Sri Lanka E.P.S.Chandana RUHUNA JOURNAL OF SCIENCE September 2008 Vol.3 34-43 Bundala National Park, Lagoons, Waterbirds
N. J. de S. Amarasinghe
L.A.Samayawardhena
44 Status and distribution of population and potential breeding and foraging sites of Spot-billed Pelican Pelecanus philippensis 1n Tamil Nadu, India. V. Gokula J. Sci. Trans. Environ. Technov 2011 Vol.5(2) 59-69 Breeding sites, foraging sites, Pelecanus philippensis, population, spot-billed pelican
45 Record of the Great White Pelican Pelecanus onocrotalus from Uppalapadu, Andhra Pradesh, India Nanjan Sheeba Indian Birds 10th July 2009 Vol.5(1) 17-18 Pelecanus onocrotalus, migrant, Great White
Pelican in the Rann of Kachchh, Vellimukkuchali swamp
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46 FUNCTIONAL ASSEMBLAGES OF BIRDS IN HETEROGENEOUS LANDSCAPES ALONG AN URBAN-RURAL GRADIENT IN TIRUCHIRAPPALLI, INDIA MANJULA MENON Journal of the Bombay Natural History Society 2012 Vol.109(1 & 2) 23-29 Urbanisation, abundance, richness, homogenization, ecosystem, biodiversity, communities
PRASHANTHI DEVI
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47 A comparison between aquatic birds of lakes and coastal rivers in Florida Mark V. Hoyer Hydrobiologia 2006 Vol.567 05-18 Aquatic birds, biodiversity, habitat lise, coastal rivers, Florida
Sky K. Notestein
Thomas K. Frazer
Daniel E. Canfield Jr.
48 Remote techniques for counting and estimating the number of bird–wind turbine collisions at sea: a review M. DESHOLM Ibis 2006 Vol.148 76-89 Migratory bird species, environmental impact assessment, Displacement and flight avoidance, Habitat loss/modification, Collision risk.
A. D. FOX
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49 Potential impacts of wave-powered marine renewable energy installations on marine birds W. JAMES GRECIAN Ibis 2010 Vol.152 683-697 Environmental impacts, experimental design, marine protected areas, offshore renewable energy, power analysis, seabirds, wave energy converters
RICHARD INGER
MARTIN J. ATTRILL
STUART BEARHOP
BRENDAN J. GODLEY
MATTHEW J. WITT
STEPHEN C. VOTIER
50 Avifaunal Richness and Abundance Along an Urban Rural Gradient with Emphasis on Vegetative and Anthropogenic Attributes in Tiruchirappalli, India MANJULA MENON Landscape Research 2014 DOI: 10.1080/01426397.2014.910294 01-18 Urbanisation, Birds, Landscape attributes, Anthropogenic factors, Factor analysis
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51 A preliminary report on the development of young Indian Eagle Owl Bubo bengalensis (Franklin, 1831) in and around Puducherry, southern India M. Eric Ramanujam JoTT COMMUNICATION October 2009 Vol.1(10) 519-524 Bubo bengalensis, morphometry, nidification
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52 Consolidated checklist of birds in the Pallikaranai Wetlands, Chennai, India P.P. Nikhil Raj JoTT Note July 2010 Vol.2(8) 1114-1118 Pallikaranai wetlands, Buckingham Canal, wetland drains, Okkium Maduvu
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53 Ornitholimnology: Effects of grazing by the Andean flamingo (Phoenicoparrus andinus) STUART H. HURLBERT Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. USA August 1983 Vol.80 4766-4769 Andean flamingo, salt lake, Bolivian Andes, surface sediments, especially a large diatom (Surirella wetzeli), amebas, ciliates, and nematodes.
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54 THE WATERBIRDS OF PULICAT LAKE, ANDHRA PRADESH-TAMIL NADU, INDIA, INCLUDING THOSE OF THE ADJOINING WETLANDS AND HERONRIES V. KANNAN Journal of the Bombay Natural History Society 2008 Vol.105(2) 162-180 waterbirds, Pulicat lake, Nelapattu, Sriharikota, Kudiri tank, heronries
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55 EFFECT OF HABITAT DEGRADATION ON BREEDING WATER BIRDS AT KALLAR KAHAR LAKE DISTRICT CHAKWAL M. Rais The Journal of Animal & Plant Sciences 2010 Vol.20(4) 318-320 Degradation, ecosystem, habitat, breeding fauna
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56 Terrestrial bird community patterns on the coralline islands of the Dahlak Archipelago, Red Sea, Eritrea Ermias T. Azeria Global Ecology and Biogeography 2004 Vol.13 177-187 Birds, Dahlak Archipelago, idiosyncrasies, inter-island distance, island biogeography, isolation, nestedness, species-area relationship.
57 EVALUATION OF WATERBIRD COMMUNITIES IN RELATION TO PHYSICAL PARAMETERS OF URBAN LAKES OF GREATER BANGALORE METROPOLITAN CITY (GBMC), KARNATAKA, INDIA S. Rajashekara Wetlands, Biodiversity and Climate Change 2010 Not mentioned 01-12 Occurrence, distribution, abundance, diversity and species richness of aquatic birds in fifteen lakes of Greater Bangalore Metropolitan city (GMBC)
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58 Factors Affecting the Distribution of a Waterbird Community: The Role of Habitat Configuration and Bird Abundance Mariano Paracuellos Waterbirds 2004 Vol.27(4) 446-453 Conservation, Environmental Factors, Habitat Patchness, "Nested" pattern, sampling hypothesis, Spain, waterbirds, wetland configuration.
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59 Resettlement of weaver birds (Ploceus philippinus) in Ousteri Lake R. ALEXANDAR Current Science 10 July 2010 Vol.99(1) 10 Coromandal coast, Ousteri Lake, Wetlands, Aquatic species
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60 USE OF THE ABUNDANCE/BIOMASS COMPARISON METHOD FOR DETECTING ENVIRONMENTAL STRESS BASED ON INTERTIDAL MACROZOOBENTHOS AND BIRD COMMUNITIES PATRICK M. MEIRE Journal of Applied Ecology 1990 Vol.27 210-223 Fresh water Ecology, applied ecology, marine benthic ecology
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61 The Study of Cyanobacterial Flora from Geothermal Springs of Bakreswar, West Bengal, India Manojit Debnath Algae 2009 Vol.24(4) 185-193 cyanobacteria, geothermal spring, India, West Bengal
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62 Correlation Between Algal Taxa and Physico-chemical Characters of the Protected Area of Wadi El-Rayan, Egypt MOHAMED SAYED ABDEL HAMEED International Journal ofAgriculture & Biology 2007 Vol.9(1) 01-10 Algae; Soil; Water; Protected area
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63 OBSERVATIONS OF THERMOPHILIC ALGAL COMMUNITIES IN MOUNT RAINIER AND YELLOWSTONE NATIONAL PARKS John G. Stockner Not mentioned Not mentioned Not mentioned Not mentioned Not mentioned
64 Cyanobacterial biodiversity and potential applications in biotechnology N. Thajuddin CURRENT SCIENCE 10 July 2005 Vol.89(1) 47-57 Cyanobacteria, multicellular, coccoid
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65 Ecology and Biodiversity Analysis of Cyanobacteria Deepa Devi, S., Assam University Journal of Science & Technology: Biological and Environmental Sciences 2010 Vol.5(1) 06-13 Cyanobacteria, environment, strains
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66 Natural and propagated algal flora isolated from El-Fayum Governorate Hoda Anwer Mansour Egyptian Journal of Biology 2008 Vol.10 54-61 Qarun lake; Wadi El-Rayan; Egypt
67 Are the Aliens Taking Over? Invasive Species and Their Increasing Impact on Biodiversity PHILIP E. HULME A T L A S O F B I O D I V E R S I T Y R I S K Not mentioned Not mentioned Not mentioned Alien species, hybridisation, giant hogweed, Asian ladybug
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68 Biodiversity and current status of some dicot plants in Lucknow district of Uttar Pradesh Sonia Saini Research in Environment and Life Sciences May 2008 Vol.1(1) 21-24 Biodiversity, Climate, Dicot plants
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69 Anaerobic co-digestion of water hyacinth with primary sludge Patil J. H. Research Journal of Chemical Sciences June 2011 Vol.1(3) 72-77 Primary sludge, water hyacinth, biogas, anaerobic co- digestion, methanogenisis
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70 Changes in aquatic macrophytes since 1933 in an urban lake, lidesjarvi, SW Finland Perttl Ranta Ann. Bot. Fennici October 2008 Vol.45 359-371 Environmental monitoring, aquatic botany, macrophytes, urban ecology
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71 Species composition and diversity of epipelic algae in Balık Lake (Şavşat-Artvin, Turkey) Bülent ŞAHİN Turk J Bot 2010 Vol.34 441-448 Epipelic algae, seasonal variation, diversity, Balık Lake, Turkey
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72 Restoration of wetland vegetation using soil seed banks: lessons from a project in Lake Kasumigaura, Japan Jun Nishihiro Landscape Ecol Eng 2006 Vol.2 171-176 Exotic plant, Lakeshore vegetation, Propagule banks, Restoration, Species diversity
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73 Faunal Associations of Algae in the Intertidal Region of Visakhapatnam A. L. N. Sarma Not mentioned Not mentioned Vol.38, B(5&6) 380-396 Algal vegetation, macro- and micro- fauna, phytal fauna
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74 Selecting networks of nature reserves: methods do affect the long-term outcome Kaija M. Virolainen The Royal Society 1999 Vol.266 1141-1146 heuristic methods; nature conservation; optimization algorithms; reserve selection; scoring methods
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75 FLORISTIC QUALITY INDICES FOR BIOTIC ASSESSMENT OF DEPRESSIONAL MARSH CONDITION IN FLORIDA MATTHEW J. COHEN Ecological Applications 2004 Vol.14(3) 784-794 agriculturald isturbance;b iological assessment;c oefficiento f conservatism;Florida (USA); floristic quality assessment index (FQAI); isolated depressional marshes; landscape development
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76 The Concept of a Hydrophyte for Wetland Identification Ralph W. Tiner BioScience April 1991 Vol.41(4) 236-247 Wetlands, hydrologic regimes, marshes, swamps and bogs.
77 Invasion success of exotic plants in natural ecosystems: the role of disturbance, plant attributes and freedom from herbivores Janet C. Lake Biological Conservation 2004 Vol.117 215-226 Nutrient enrichment; Stormwater; Plant diversity; Specific leaf area; Sydney bushland
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78 The Invasive Species Assessment Protocol: A Tool for Creating Regional and National Lists of Invasive Nonnative Plants that Negatively Impact Biodiversity John M. Randall Invasive Plant Science and Management 2008 Vol.1 36-49 Invasive species, nonnative plants, biodiversity, impacts, ranking.
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79 The effect of growing season length and water level fluctuations on growth and survival of two rare and at risj atlantic coastal plain flora species, Coreopsis rosea and Hydrocotyle umbellata Jennifer M. Lusk Can. J. Bot 2007 Vol.85 119-131 Conservation of biodiversity, artificially altered water level regimes, flooding, atlantic coastal plain flora, coreopsis rosea, Hydrocotyle umbellata, rare plant limitations.
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80 Microalgae as an Oil Producer for Biofuel Applications  Ananadhi Padmanabhan M.R. Research Journal of Recent Sciences March 2012 Vol.1(3) 57-62 Chaetoceros sp., single cell oil, solvent extraction, and GC-MS analysis
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81 Vegetation composition of a threatened hypersaline lake (Lake Bardawil), North Sinai Magdy El-Bana Plant Ecology 2002 Vol.163 63-75 Calcareous islands, Life forms, Mediterranean coast, Multivariate analysis, RAMSAR, Sabkhahs, Sand dunes
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82 Trajectories of vegetation-based indicators used to assess wetland restoration progress Jeffrey W. Matthews, Ecological Applications 2009 Vol.19(8) 2093-2107 bioindicators; Carex; emergent wetland; floodplain forest; floristic quality; Illinois, USA; invasive species; reference sites; species richness; succession; wetland mitigation.
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83 Wetlands at your service: reducing impacts of agriculture at the watershed scale Joy B Zedler Front Ecol Environ 2003 Vol.1(2) 65-72 wetland habitats to crops and pastures, changing hydrologic
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84 Removal of Nickel ion from Industrial Waste Water using Maize Cob Muthusamy P ISCA Journal of Biological Sciences June 2012 Vol.1(2) 07-11 Adsorption, maiize cob, heavy metal, atomic absorption spectroscopy, isotherm.
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85 Metals in Environmental segments at Hirakud of Odisha, India Mishra P.C. ISCA Journal of Biological Sciences May 2012 Vol.1(1) 07-23 Smelter, power plant, Hirakud, metals, bioaccumulation.
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86 Accumulation and Distribution of copper and zinc in both water and some vital tissues of two fish species (Tilapia zilli and Mugil cephalus) of lake qarun, fayoum province, Egypt Mohammad M.N. Authman Pakistan Journal of Biological Sciences 2007 Vol.10(13) 2106-2122 Water pollution, physico-chemical paramaters, heavy metals, Tilapin, Mugil, bioaccumulation, histopathology, Lake Qarun, Egypt
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87 MAGNESIUM, CALCIUM, POTASSIUM AND SODIUM CONTENT IN GROUNDWATER AND SURFACE WATER IN ARABLE LANDS IN THE COMMUNE (GMINA) OF K¥TY WROC£AWSKIE  Wojciech Orzepowski J. Elementol 2008 Vol.13(4) 605-614 water, magnesium, calcium, potassium, sodium.
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88 Accumulation of heavy metals in fishes: A human health concern Javed.M International Journal of Environmental Sciences 2011 Vol.2(2) 659-670 Heavy metals, fishes, accumulation, muscles, liver, gills.
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89 Heavy Metal Analysis of Water of Kaliasote Dam of Bhopal, MP, India Choudhary Ranjeeta Research Journal of Recent Sciences 2012 Vol.1 352-353 Heavy metals, quantitative analysis, contamination, Cu, Fe, Hg, Zn, As, Cd and Pb.
90 Distribution of Selected Trace Metal in Fish Parts from the River Nigeria Nwajei G. E. Research Journal of Recent Sciences 2012 Vol.1(1) 81-84 Fish parts, River Niger, trace metals, pollution monitoring, bioaccumulation.
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91 Characterization of alien aquatic flora of Kashmir Himalaya: implications for invasion management MANZOOR A. SHAH Tropical Ecology 2014 Vol.55(2) 143-157 Alien plant species, aquatic ecosystems, Colautti MacIsaac model, Kashmir Himalaya, plant invasion.
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92 Feeding Guilds of Avifauna of Gharana Wetland Reserve-Jammu (J&K), India Pandotra A. International Research Journal of Environment Sciences April 2014 Vol.3(4) 27-33 Wetland, Feeding guild, aquatic waterfowl, Jammu.
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93 Inventory and classification of wetlands in India B. Gopal  Vegetatio 1995 Vol.118 39-48 Freshwater wetlands, Hydrology, Mangroves, Physiognomy, Saline lakes, Seasonal wetlands
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94 Conservation of High-Altitude Wetlands: Experiences of the WWF Network Biksham Gujja Mountain Research and Development Nov 2007 Vol.27(4) 368-371 WWF, Conservation, High altitude, Wetlands and Lakes
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Zhang Mingxiang
95 К ВОПРОСУ ОБ ОРНИТОГЕОГРАФИЧЕСКОМ РАЙОНИРОВАНИИ ПЕРМСКОГО ПРИКАМЬЯ Д.В. Наумкин Berkut 2008 Vol.17   zoogeography, Ural, Kama river, border, distribution
96 Monthly Variation of Physico-chemical Characteristics of Wullar Lake, Srinagar, Kashmir Mansoor Ahmad JOURNAL OF CHEMISTRY AND CHEMICAL SCIENCES 2014 Vol.4(2) 76-83 Water quality; Wullar lake, Srinagar.
Sandeep Arya
Bliquis Ara
Dherender Singh Chauhan
97 Phytoplankton Dynamics of Manasbal Lake in Kashmir Himalaya Shaheena Akhter International Journal of Innovative Research & Development May 2014 Vol.3(5) 547-552 Bacillariophyceae, Nutrient enrichment, Trophic evolution
Saima
A. K. Pandit
98 Study of Urban Land use Dynamics in Srinagar city using Geo-spatial Approach Arshad Amin Bulletin of Environmental and Scientific Research 2012 Vol.1(2) 18-24 Urbanization; ecosystem; land use; land cover change
Arif Amin
Sudhir Kumar Singh
99 ASSESSMENT OF SOCIO-CULTURAL AND ECOLOGICAL CONSIDERATION IN CONSERVING WETLANDS–A CASE STUDY OF PRASHAR LAKE IN MANDI DISTRICT, HIMACHAL PRADESH P.K.Attri International Journal of Plant, Animal and Environmental Sciences 2012 Vol.2(1) 131-137 Prashar lake, Wetland, Socio-cultural, Ecological, Mandi,H.P.
V.K.Santvan
100 Species Composition, Diversity and Population Dyanamics of Phytoplankton at Saderkot in Wular Lake, Kashmir Aaliya Ismat Baba Ecosystem & Ecography 2014 Vol.4(1) 01-08 Phytoplankton; Wular lake; Species Diversity; Chlorophyceae; Bacillariophyceae; Cyanophyceae; Euglenophyceae; Kashmir
Ashok K Pandit
101 Periphytic Algae of River Sindh in the Sonamarg Area of Kashmir Valley Aaliya Ismat Baba Journal of Phytology 2011 Vol.3(6) 01-12 Periphytic algae, River Sindh, Sonamarg, Bacillariophyceae, Kashmir valley
Aadil Hamid Sofi
Sami Ullah Bhat
Ashok K. Pandit
102 Aquatic Biodiversity in the Paddy Fields of Kashmir Valley (J and K) India S.W.N. Bahaar Asian Journal of Agricultural Research 2011 Vol.5(5) 269-276 Benthos, biodiversity, nekton, phytoplankton, rice fields, zooplankton
G.A. Bhat
103 SINGULAR FAUNA OF ENTOMOBRYIDAE (COLLEMBOLA) FROM “LAND OF PASSES” IN THE HIMALAYAS, INDIA ENRIQUE BAQUERO Florida Entomologist Dec 2014 Vol.97(4) 1554-1587 Ladakh, chaetotaxy, Entomobrya diskitensis sp. nov., E. ladakhi sp. nov., E. choudhurii sp. nov., E. mehtai sp. nov., Himalanura baijali sp. nov., Seira nidarensis sp. nov. and S. hazrai sp. nov.
GURUPADA MANDAL
RAFAEL JORDANA
104 AQUATIC BEETLES (COLEOPTERA: INSECTA) OF JAMMU, KASHMIR & LADAKH REGION (NORTH-WEST HIMALAYA): INVENTORY AND BIODIVERSITY Bhagat, R.C. Journal of Global Biosciences 2013 Vol.2(4) 90-97 Aquatic beetles, Inventory, Biodiversity, Jammu, Kashmir, Ladakh Himalaya
105 Surface Water Quality Assessment of Wular Lake, A Ramsar Site in Kashmir Himalaya, Using Discriminant Analysis and WQI SalimAijaz Bhat Journal of Ecosystems 2014 Vol.10 01-18 Wular Lake, Multivariate techniques, discriminant analysis, and WQI
Ashok K. Pandit
 
106 Statistical Assessment of Water Quality Parameters for Pollution Source Identification in Sukhnag Stream: An Inflow Stream of Lake Wular (Ramsar Site), Kashmir Himalaya SalimAijaz Bhat Journal of Ecosystems 2014 Vol.10.1155 01-18 Lake Wular, Anthropogenic, urban, industrial, and
agricultural as well as natural processes,such as precipitation
inputs, erosion, and weathering of crustal materials
Gowhar Meraj
Sayar Yaseen
Ashok K. Pandit
107 BIODIVERSITY AND INTERDEPENDENCE STUDY OF THE PONG WETLAND BIRD SANCTUARY Rajesh Kumar International Journal of Geology, Earth and Environmental Sciences 2012 Vol.2(1) 97-100 Flora, Fauna, Pong Lake, Nagrota Surian site, Maleta site and Dadasida site.
Sanjay Kumar
108 AN EVALUATION OF OPEN SPACE QUALITY IN A NEO-TRADITIONAL COMMUNITY: A CASE STUDY OF KENTLANDS ELIZABETH BRABEC, JD CELA 2007   13-14 Sustainability, post-occupancy evaluation, open space conservation,
urban forest, community planning
109 UNDAM IT- IMPACTS ON RIPARIAN WETLANDS FROM THE REMOVAL OF SMALL DAMS CODY BRAZELL, MLA CELA 2007   15-16 McCoy dam, wetland plants, vegetation
CHARLES ANDREW COLE, PHD
110 A SURVEY OF COMMUNITY WILDLAND/URBAN FIRE ORDINANCES AND THEIR IMPACTS UPON THE DESIGN PROFESSION R. F. BRZUSZEK CELA 2007   17-18 Wildland/Urban fire, Structural, landscape, roadways, signage
J. B. WALKER
111 (UNDER)STANDING ASSIGNMENTS: IMPROVING THE EDGE CONDITION OF A MITIGATION WETLAND R. R. COFFMAN CELA 2007   19-20 wetlands, edge, imagechart, microtopographic heterogeneity, microtopography, design and ecology
112 ECOLOGICAL IMPACTS OF DESIGN THE
EFFECTS OF AN INTERSTATE HIGHWAY CONSTRUCTION PROJECT ON AQUATIC RESOURCES OF THE BALD EAGLE RIDGE, CENTRAL PENNSYLVANIA, USA
C. A. COLE, PH.D. CELA 2007   21-22 wetlands, Bald Eagle Creek, hydrodynamics
113 LANDSCAPE PLANNING, STATISTICS AND TECHNOLOGY: THE DEVELOPMENT OF A SPATIAL DECISION SUPPORT SYSTEM UTILIZING DATA FROM THE GAP ANALYSIS PROGRAM AND A BAYESIAN BELIEF NETWORK J. P. DUMAS CELA 2007   23-34 Gap Analysis Program, bayesian belief network, geographic information system
J. A. BALLWEBER
G. W. WILKERSON
114 OPEN SPACE CONSERVATION IN A DEVELOPING PENNSYLVANIA WATERSHED: THE IMPORTANCE OF ATTITUDES AND IMPEDIMENTS W. F. ELMENDORF CELA 2007   25-26 Spring Creek Watershed of central Pennsylvania, land use planning literature, conservation in developing and growing places
115 LANDSCAPE CONTEXT OF GRAZING LANDS IN THE NORTHEASTERN UNITED STATES S.C. GOSLEE CELA 2007   27-28 urban and suburban developments into agricultural areas, including pollution, transportation of agricultural products, and aesthetic effects
116 SIACHEN TRANS-FRONTIER RESERVE, KASHMIR: BORDERING BIODIVERSITY, MULTILATERALISM AND CONFLICT ROBERT R. HEWITT CELA 2007   29-30 globalization, geopolitical processes, political and environmental security
BRIDGET O GILLES
HALA F. NASSAR, PH.D.
117 THE EFFECTS OF SUBDIVISION DESIGN AND DEVELOPMENT REGULATIONS ON LANDSCAPE STRUCTURE: A CASE OF THE WOODLANDS VS. NORTH HOUSTON JINKI KIM, PH.D. CELA 2007   31-32 land-use planning, ecosystem benefi ts, services, and resources.
118 LANDSCAPES BY FIRE: DESIGN RESPONSES TO AN UNPREDICTABLE ELEMENT LEONARD J. MIRIN CELA 2007   33-34 landscapes, agricultural acts of Native Americans seeking to secure food, or lightning strikes, igniting grasslands and forests.
119 LEBENSRAUM(LIVING SPACE): NAZI LAND USE PLANNING AND THE DEVELOPMENT OF CENTRAL PLACE THEORY T. J. NIEMAN, PH.D. CELA 2007   35-36 scientific land use planning, Konrad Meyer, Hans Von Gruenberg, Walter Geisler
120 RE-BUILDING ECOLOGY: THE ‘FOREST SUCCESSION’ FINALIST PROPOSAL FOR HALIFAX’S POINT PLEASANT PARK INTERNATIONAL DESIGN COMPETITION A. K. P. NORTH CELA 2007   37-38 healthy, sustainable, multi-aged forest, insect infestation, weather extremes, and human use
P. H. NORTH
121 IN-SITE/OUT: CRITICAL CONTRIBUTIONS OF LAND SCAPE
ARCHITECTURE TO SUSTAINABLE DESIGN
K. SCHWAB, ASLA CELA 2007   39-40 ecological qualities of landscape architectural design, high design, land planning, and ecological design 
C. DINEP, ASLA
122 U.S. MILITARY LANDSCAPES: BALANCING NATIONAL SECURITY AND ENVIRONMENTAL SECURITY ALLAN W. SHEARER CELA 2007   41-42 energy, food, health, high politics, environmental planning, and management, military landscapes
123 REAVEALING EXURBANITES’ OPEN SPACE PREFERENCE FROM MAPPED DATA FOR PLANNING PURPOSES ZHIFANG WANG CELA 2007   43-44 planning, physical landscape, mapped data, ecological health of exurban areas
JOAN.I. NASSAUER
DANIEL BROWN
124 A REFLECTION OF SHIFTING-MOSAIC LANDSCAPE ON PARK MANAGEMENT PO-CHING WANG CELA 2007   45-46 landscape patterns and texture, seral sequence, equilibrium over time
JAMES C. FINLEY
125 RECREATION AS DESTINATION: THE ROLE OF RECREATION SPACE IN A LOW-INCOME COMMUNITY IN A SMALL MISSISSIPPI TOWN FRANK S. BARBOUR, BA, MLA STUDENT CELA 2007   47-48 planning, design and health disciplines, environment, physical activity and health
MICHAEL SEYMOUR, BA, MLA
126 HEALTHY EATING AND THE ENVIRONMENT: FEMALE PUBLIC HOUSING RESIDENTS IN HARRISBURG, PA MALLIKA BOSE CELA 2007   49-50 minority women, prevalence of obesity, inadequacy
JESSICA COOK
127 “THE CREEK? THAT’S NASTY!” EXPLORING YOUNG PEOPLE’S EXPERIENCE OF HEALTH AND PLACE S. F. DENNIS, JR., PHD, RLA, ASLA CELA 2007   51-52 young people, healthy/unhealthy
places, people in the neighborhood, crime/safety, and food/nutrition.
128 HEALTH AND BEAUTY: EARLY TWENTIETH-CENTURY AMERICAN PSYCHOLOGY AND THE GARDEN CITY SARA HEKMATFAR CELA 2007   53-54 Garden city, urban and rural (low rent, high
wages, the beauty of nature, social opportunity),
ROBERT R. HEWITT
129 CHILDREN AND SCHOOL WALK ZONE: FACTORS THAT INFLUENCE WALKING AND BIKING TO SCHOOL BYOUNG-SUK KWEON, PH.D. CELA 2007   55-56 children walked or biked to school, physical environments, non-automobile, Landscape buffers and trees
WOO-HWA SHIN
130 THE EFFECTS OF LANDSCAPE BUFFERS ON WALKING AND ANXIETY JODY ROSENBLATT NADERI, R.L.A. CELA 2007   57-58 Landscape buffer, sidewalks and street curbs
BYOUNG-SUK KWEON, PH.D.
CHRISTOPHER D. ELLIS, PH.D.
WOO-HWA SHIN
PRAVEEN K. MAGHELAL
131 DESIGN FOR HEALTH: CREATING ‘NEW REALITIES’ THROUGH OPTIMAL PEDESTRIAN DESIGN FOR AT RISK POPULATIONS IN THE UNFIT DEEP SOUTH S. J. MULLEY M.A., M.L.A., PHD CELA 2007   59-60 design, obesity, health care, pepedestrian
and cyclist use: location, design, material, safety, amenities, wayfinding and aesthetics
S. G. HILTS PHD
S. MILBURN M.L.A., PHD
132 URBAN NATURE AND THREE DIMENSIONS OF WELLNESS WILLIAM C. SULLIVAN CELA 2007   61-62 Nature, Boundaries, Landscape, Wellness
133 BUILDING SUSTAINABLE AND HEALTHY OUTDOOR ENVIRONMENTS FOR CHILDREN LOLLY TAI CELA 2007   63-64 sustainability, children, curriculum design, writing
MARY HAQUE
134 NEGOTIATING THE ‘HEALING’ COMPONENT OF GARDEN AREAS: A CASE STUDY OF THE CLINICAL CENTER GARDEN SITE C. TANNER CELA 2007   65-66 Consumption or Care: Health Promotion and Community Design
J. M. WESTPHAL
135 THERAPEUTIC GARDENS FOR CHILDREN WITH AUTISM SPECTRUM DISORDERS BEVERLY WILSON CELA 2007   67-68 Autism Spectrum Disorder, neurological and behavioral
LAURI JOHNSON
136 IN_VISIBLE CULTURES: ADVANCES IN GAINING SOCIAL AND CULTURAL SITE KNOWLEDGE PETER J. AESCHBACHER CELA 2007   69-70 landscape architects, expert practitioner, research and practice
137 CONCEALED CULTURAL LANDSCAPES IN OUR NATIONAL, STATE, AND MUNICIPAL PARKS SHERENE BAUGHER, PH.D. CELA 2007   71-72 rugged wilderness, pristine environments, underdeveloped, administrative systems, funding, public mandates, goals and functions
138 BURYING DIFFERENCES: AFRICAN AMERICAN AND ANGLO-AMERICAN CEMETERY LANDSCAPES OF THE MID-NINTEENTH CENTURY D.C. BERLE CELA 2007   73-74 American cemetery, landscape, segregated communities
139 HOMELAND INSECURITY: CAN AGRITOURISM AND LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTURE WORK TOGETHER TO PRESERVE RURAL HERITAGE AND FOSTER ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT? K. M. BOONE CELA 2007   75-76 declining populations and shrinking economic growth, natural resources, cultural interest and agricultural heritage
C. S. KLINE
140 DETERMINING HISTORICAL FOREST PATTERNS FROM GENERAL LAND OFFICE RECORDS T. J. SCHAUWECKER CELA 2007   77-78 General Land Office, Bureau of Land Management, surveying, land plats
R. F. BRZUSZEK
141 THE ICONOGRAPHY OF SAN JUAN US NATIONAL HISTORIC SITE J. R. BUITRAGO CELA 2007   79-80 Puerto Rican, magnificent, Park System, Christopher Columbus Grand Regatta in Old San Juan
142 UNDERSTANDING PLACE AS DISCURSIVE SPACE: A POSSIBLE ROLE FOR DISCOURSE ANALYSIS IN THE PUBLIC DESIGN PROCESS C. CALORUSSO CELA 2007   81-82 social sciences, humanities, landscape, topography, viewsheds, and existing uses
143 A CONCEPTUAL FRAMEWORK FOR LANDSCPAE AESTHETICS: TOWARD BEING WITH-IN A PLACE HYEJUNG CHANG CELA 2007   83-84 perceptual or visual preference, landscape, cultural, experiential and aesthetic
144 DESIGNING PUBLIC LANDSCAPES FOR ALL INTELLIGENCES: CAN MULTIPLE INTELLGENCE THEORY AND FLOW THEORY HELP CREATE OPPORTUNITIES FOR BETTER LANDSCAPE EXPERIENCES? T. L. CLEMENTS, ASLA CELA 2007   85-86 landscape architects, human experience, physiological and psychological health
145 LANDSCHAFT UND GARTENKUNST THE GERMAN CONTRIBUTION TO THE DEVELOPMENT OF LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTURE IN AMERICA KURT D. CULBERTSON CELA 2007   87-88 contribution of German landscape design, development, Carl Schenk, forestry
146 EXTREME MUSIC EXTREME LANDSCAPES M. K. FOX CELA 2007   89-90 Landscape, music, economics, decades, commerce and politics
147 LANDSCAPE PRESERVATION EDUCATION: PRELIMINARY SURVEY FINDINGS AND OVERVIEW OF 4 UNIVERSITY APPROACHES C. L. GOETCHEUS CELA 2007   91-92 landscape preservation, landscape architecture, historic landscape research, analysis and treatment.
E.A. MACDONALD
A.R. ALANEN
C. L. LEIDER
148 THE FIRST JAPANESE GARDEN IN THE WESTERN WORLD: THE GARDEN IN THE LOUISIANA PURCHASE EXPOSITION SEIKO GOTO CELA 2007   93-94 London, Louisiana Territory, stroll garden, Japanese garden design
149 LISTENING TO UPSTATE: AUDIO TRANSECTS OF CENTRAL NEW YORK A. G. HAMMER CELA 2007   95-96 landscape, memories, histories, narratives, social practices, uses, meanings
150 “AREA 10”: REVEALING A COMPLEX CULTURAL LANDSCAPE THROUGH A MODERN PARK HOPE H. HASBROUCK CELA 2007   97-98 Chersonesos, archaeological area, Herakleian Peninsula