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Costs, Benefits and Sustainability of the Salween Dams along the Thai-Burma Border
The 2800 km Salween River is the last major river in Southeast Asia that remains free flowing. Unfortunately, Thailand and Burma have made plans to build a series of five large dams along the 118 km portion of the river ...
Survey of Phragmites australis in Water Sources in Michigan’s Northern Lower Peninsula
(Kalamazoo College, 2010)
Understanding the distribution patterns of an invasive species is a first critical step toward controlling its spread into other ecosystems. Beginning in June of 2009, grassroots environmental protection organizations ...
Commuter Behavior at Kalamazoo College: Manifesting Ontological Security in Environmental (In)Action
(Kalamazoo, Mich. : Kalamazoo College, 2010)
In June 2007, Kalamazoo College became the second college in Michigan to sign the American College and University Presidents‟ Climate Commitment, a promise to address local and institutional influences on climate change. ...
Rampart Rhetoric: The Role of Frontier Mythology in the Development of Alaska’s Natural Resources and Identity
After a summer of deep exploration, the story that I felt compelled to tell was the story of an attempt in the early 1960s to build a hydroelectric dam on the Yukon River at a place called Rampart Canyon. Though few people ...
Sustainability SIP Symposium Program 2012
Program for the Sustainability SIP Symposium held Tuesday, April 24, 2012.
Sustainability SIP Symposium Program 2010
Program for the Sustainability SIP Symposium held Tuesday, April 27, 2010.
Sustainability SIP Symposium Program 2011
Program for the Sustainability SIP Symposium held Tuesday, April 26, 2011.
Carbon Sequestration in the Lillian Anderson Arboretum
• Now more than ever it is necessary to explore the potential for forests to play a major role in local and international policies aimed at mitigating carbon dioxide levels in the atmosphere. • The role terrestrial ...
Diel Variation in the Abundance and Contribution of the Predator Assemblages Feeding on Soybean Aphid (Aphis glycine)
Agricultural landscapes are managed ecosystems, usually designed to maximize yield with less concern given to diversity, making these systems more vulnerable to invasion by harmful pests. Natural enemies of the soybean ...
Habitat Preference and Community Assemblages of Carabid Beetles (Coleoptera: Carabidae) in Wheat Fields
Biocontrol is an important ecosystem service worth billions of dollars to agricultural systems. Many studies have investigated the conservation of natural enemies via habitat management and have found that adjacent habitats ...