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Effective Microorganisms (EM) Technology for Water Quality Restoration and Potential for Sustainable Water Resources and Management
Water quality has received considerable attention in allocation processes for maximizing the satisfaction of various sectors. However, pollutant impurities that impede adequate supply of water have aExpand
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Nature and causes of land degradation and desertification in Libya: Need for sustainable land management
In this article, the characteristics of desertification, causative factors and efforts to combat desertification in Libya are presented. Also, the need to mainstream sustainable land management intoExpand
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Modelling Urban Land Use Change Using Geographically Weighted Regression and the Implications for Sustainable Environmental Planning
In this study we applied Geographically Weighted Regression (GWR) approach to model urban land use changes in Penang Island from 1990 to 2005, covering the period during which the Island hasExpand
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THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN LAND USE/LAND COVER CHANGE AND FACTORS FOR ECOTOURISM DEVELOPMENT IN THE PARTIAL NATURE BASED WETLAND USING REMOTE SENSING AND GIS TECHNIQUES
Sri Lanka has tremendous semi-nature based wetland resources that have great potential for further development in Southern Asia. The purpose of this study is to examine the effects of wetlandExpand
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Wetland ecotourism in Sri Lanka: issues and challenges.
Ecotourism industry is growing and changing at a fast pace to be an increasingly important source of income and employment in many countries. According to the World Tourism Organization, ecotourismExpand
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Influence of climate change on production of secondary chemicals in high altitude medicinal plants: Issues needs immediate attention
Medicinal plants are highly valuable to human livelihood and the Indian Himalaya is well recognized amongst unique and globally important medicinal plant rich areas. Studies on possible effects ofExpand
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IDENTIFYING HIGH-RISK POPULATIONS OF TUBERCULOSIS USING ENVIRONMENTAL FACTORS AND GIS BASED MULTI-CRITERIA DECISION MAKING METHOD
Development of an innovative method to enhance the detection of tuberculosis (TB) in Malaysia is the latest agenda of the Ministry of Health. Therefore, a geographical information system (GIS) basedExpand
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Mapping risk areas of tuberculosis using knowledge-driven GIS model in Shah Alam, Malaysia
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The TB risk map and validation indicated a reasonable match with areas considered as potential TB risk areas, particularly in urban and crowded environments. Expand
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