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Disturbances and structural development of natural forest ecosystems with silvicultural implications, using Douglas-fir forests as an example
Forest managers need a comprehensive scientific understanding of natural stand development processes when designing silvicultural systems that integrate ecological and economic objectives, includingExpand
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Social Life Cycle Assessment Revisited
To promote the development of Social Life Cycle Assessment (SLCA), we conducted a comprehensive review of recently developed frameworks, methods, and characterization models for impact assessment forExpand
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Agent�?Based Modeling of Temporal and Spatial Dynamics in Life Cycle Sustainability Assessment
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We discuss the key characteristics captured by complex system approaches (agent†based modeling [ABM] in particular) in the context of LCSA. Expand
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Incorporating Culture Into Sustainable Development: A Cultural Sustainability Index Framework for Green Buildings
Integrating culture into sustainable development (SD) has been an ongoing research topic, but has not yet been of interest to the green building community. Existing green building programs, includingExpand
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Preference to home landscape: wildness or neatness?
Abstract This study explores students’ preferences toward natural and wild versus clean and neat residential landscapes using preference survey data. Based on the rating scores of four housingExpand
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Urbanization dramatically altered the water balances of a paddy field dominated basin in Southern China
Abstract. Rice paddy fields provide important ecosystem services (e.g., food production, water retention, carbon sequestration) to a large population globally. However, these benefits are diminishingExpand
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Causality in social life cycle impact assessment (SLCIA)
PurposeThe social life cycle impact assessment (SLCIA) incorporates either a type I or type II characterization model. We improved both models by introducing explicit causality by using statisticExpand
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The Northern Eurasia Earth Science Partnership: An Example of Science Applied to Societal Needs
Abstract Northern Eurasia, the largest land-mass in the northern extratropics, accounts for ∼20% of the global land area. However, little is known about how the biogeochemical cycles, energy andExpand
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Development of an InDel polymorphism database for jute via comparative transcriptome analysis.
Jute (Corchorus spp.) is one of the most commercially important bast fiber crops in the world. However, molecular markers and high-density genetic maps are still lacking on jute compared with otherExpand
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Green buildings need green occupants: a research framework through the lens of the Theory of Planned Behaviour
ABSTRACT This study answers the following questions: Do green buildings (GBs) communicate green messages to their occupants? If they do, how so? Lastly, how do they influence occupants’Expand
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