Active Protection of Halophytes : Assessment of the Human Intervention Range using Emergy Analysis and Indicators of Sustainable Development

@inproceedings{Tilley2007ActivePO,
  title={Active Protection of Halophytes : Assessment of the Human Intervention Range using Emergy Analysis and Indicators of Sustainable Development},
  author={David Reginald Tilley and Sergio Ulgiati},
  year={2007}
}
Anthropogenic disturbances in nature can be defined by energy and emergy terms. I studied four saline meadows with different protection status to see if they differ in species richness and plant biomass of halophytes and in the level of anthropogenic disturbance. The four studied meadows were located in the Kujawy region, the central part of Poland. The first study area was the reserve of halophytes called Ciechocinek. The others were three meadows in the valley of the River Zglowiaczka in the… CONTINUE READING

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