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Cyclic Behavior of Lycorma delicatula (Insecta: Hemiptera: Fulgoridae) on Host Plants
Lycorma delicatula is an invasive insect species in Korea, and its populations are increasing. It sucks plant sap and can cause withering of the whole trees. To prevent damage to fruit trees, it isExpand
Implications of a sediment-chemistry study on subalpine marsh conservation in the Lake Tahoe Basin, USA
Sediment cores, representing a range of watershed characteristics and anthropogenic impacts, were collected in 11 subalpine marshes in the Lake Tahoe basin, USA and vicinity in order to trace theExpand
Effects of interspecific competition on the growth and competitiveness of five emergent macrophytes in a constructed lentic wetland
TLDR
The dominance of ZL in the competition experiment appeared to be facilitated by planting material of seedling form, relatively rapid growth in an early growth phase, natural water regime in a lentic sheltered site, non-eutrophic water condition, and the absence of companion species belonging to the same genus. Expand
Response of sediment chemistry and accumulation rates to recent environmental changes in the Clear Lake watershed, California, USA
  • J. Kim
  • Environmental Science
  • Wetlands
  • 1 March 2003
The Clear Lake watershed, California, USA has been modified for agriculture since the arrival of Europeans in the early 1800s, and this has led to the deterioration of lake water quality. To assessExpand
The paleoecological record of human disturbance in wetlands of the Lake Tahoe Basin
Increased human activities since discovery of gold in northern California have changed the structure and function of many ecosystems. To reconstruct the changes in watershed environmental conditions,Expand
The influence of black locust (Robinia pseudoacacia) flower and leaf fall on soil phosphate
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The rapid nutrient-cycling of R. pseudoacacia through flower litterfall and rapid decomposition benefits the plant itself in the growing season when nutrients demand is increasing, and might be a strategy that helps R. Pseudoacacia to persist in poor soil environments. Expand
The relationship of vegetation to environmental factors in Wangsuk stream and Gwarim reservoir in Korea: II. Soil environments
This paper presents a quantitative account of vegetation–soil environmental factor relationships in the Wangsuk stream (WS) and the Gwarim reservoir (GR) in Korea. Vegetation and the following soilExpand
Uptake of Cadmium, Copper, Lead, and Zinc from Sediments by an Aquatic Macrophyte and by Terrestrial Arthropods in a Freshwater Wetland Ecosystem
  • Heung-Tae Kim, J. Kim
  • Biology, Medicine
  • Archives of Environmental Contamination and…
  • 15 June 2016
TLDR
The stable isotope signatures indicate that the leaf beetle could be an important link in the trophic transfer of the metals, and there may be Cu and Zn biomagnification in the arthropods. Expand
Bluetongue Virus Antibodies in Domestic Goats: A Countrywide and Retrospective Study in the Republic of Korea.
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The results of this study indicate that in 2012-2013, on a countrywide level, the estimated seroprevalence rate of BTV antibodies was 15.7% in domestic goat flocks and 11.8% in individual animals, which is the first serological evidence of antibodies against circulating BTV in the domestic goat population in the ROK. Expand
Ecotypic differentiation in seed and seedling morphology and physiology among Cicuta virosa populations
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It is suggested that these three C. virosa populations from different habitats in Korea with different altitudes, climates, water regimes and nutrient availability are ecotypes. Expand
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