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    Call number: YY Diss Mari/Mag
    Keywords: DKFZ-publications / academic dissertations
    Pages: 76 p.
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  • 2
    Keywords: Medicine ; Radiology, Medical ; Medicine & Public Health ; Neuroradiology ; Springer eBooks
    Pages: : digital
    ISBN: 9783642147241
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    Indianapolis, IN : New Riders Publ.
    Call number: 09-EDV:1247
    Keywords: Java (Computer program language)
    Pages: xvi, 666 p. + 1 CD-ROM
    ISBN: 1-56205-602-6
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    Totowa, NJ : Springer Science+Business Media, LLC
    Keywords: Medicine ; Internal Medicine ; Angiography ; Cardiology ; Medicine & Public Health ; Cardiology ; Angiology ; Internal Medicine ; Springer eBooks
    Pages: : digital
    ISBN: 9781607611479
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  • 5
    Keywords: Life sciences ; Oceanography ; Geology ; Ecology ; Life sciences ; Ecology ; Oceanography ; Animal Systematics/Taxonomy/Biogeography ; Coastal Sciences ; Springer eBooks
    Description / Table of Contents: Foreword -- Preface -- Acknowledgments -- Echinoderm Research and Diversity in Latin America -- Echinoderms from Mexico: Biodiversity, distribution and current state of knowledge -- Central America Echinoderms: diversity, ecology and future perspectives -- Echinoderm diversity in Panama: 146 years of research across the isthmus -- Echinoderms of Colombia -- -- Echinoderms of Ecuador -- Echinoderms from Venezuela: scientific account, diversity and distribution -- Echinoderms of Peru -- Echinoderm from Brazil: Historical research and the current state of biodiversity knowledge -- Echinoderm Research in Uruguay -- Echinoderms from Argentina: Biodiversity, distribution and current state of knowledge -- Echinoderms of the Cuban Archipelago -- Recent echinoderms from Hispaniola Island -- Review of echinoderm research in Puerto Rico, with focus on biological and ecological aspects -- Echinoderms of the Canary Islands -- Latin America echinoderm biodiversity and biogeography: patterns and affinities -- Index -- Appendix
    Abstract: 〈p〉For the first time, this unique book compiles the development of echinoderm research in Latin America. The book ℗ is comprised of 16 chapters: one introductory, 14 in depth country chapters and a final biogeographic analysis. It draws together the results of all investigations published in international and local journals, reports, theses and other gray literature. Each chapter is composed of 7 sections: an introduction describes the marine environments, and main oceanographic characteristics, followed by a history of research account divided into specific subjects areas. The next section addresses patterns of distribution and diversity. A distinct section explains fishery or aquaculture activities. ℗ Following these environmental and anthropogenic threats that affecting echinoderm are described as well as any conservation or management action. Finally, conclusions, needs and new lines of research are presented. The book includes two appendixes with species lists of all echinoderms with bathymetric data, habitat and distribution.〈/p〉
    Pages: : digital.
    ISBN: 9783642200519
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    Boston, MA : Springer Science+Business Media, LLC
    Keywords: Medicine ; Cardiology ; Biochemistry ; Medicine & Public Health ; Cardiology ; Medical Biochemistry ; Springer eBooks
    Pages: : digital
    ISBN: 9781441994615
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  • 7
    Keywords: Ecosystems ; Applied Ecology ; Environmental sociology ; Ethnology ; Latin America—Economic conditions ; Ecosystems ; Applied Ecology ; Environmental sociology ; Social Anthropology ; Latin American and Caribbean Economics ; Springer eBooks
    Description / Table of Contents: Chapter 1 -- Social-ecological systems and postnormal science -- Chapter 2 -- Studying social-ecological systems from the perspective of social sciences in Latin America -- Chapter 3 -- Simplifying the complexity of social-ecological systems with conceptual models -- Chapter 4 -- Social actors and participative modelling -- Chapter 5 -- Social-ecological systems and human wellbeing.-Chapter 6 -- Poor-people ecologism -- Chapter 7 -- A new environmental governance -- Chapter 8 -- A hierarchical approach for the valuation of multiple ecosystem services -- Chapter 9 -- Novel ecosystems and social-ecological complexities -- Chapter 10 -- Social-ecological systems and the economy of nature: A Latin-American perspective.-Chapter 11 -- Spatial modelling of social-ecological systems: The Arroyo las Conchas watershed, Argentina -- Chapter 12 -- Analyzing social vulnerability to natural disasters in northeast Brazil: catastrophic flooding cycles at Alagoas littoral zone -- Chapter 13 -- San Rafael Reserve, Paraguay: key social actors and sustainability scenarios. through environmental governance schemes -- Chapter 14 -- Valuation of hydrological supply in high Andes wetlands of Chinchiná River, Colombia -- Chapter 15 -- Participative management and local institutional strengthening: the successful case of mangle social-ecological systems in Ecuador.-Chapter 16 -- Integrated assessment of the effects of the payment for hydrological services program at Ajusco, Mexico City -- Chapter 17 -- Influence of the rural/urban context in the implementation of forest conservation programs in Mexico: Oaxaca and Mexico City case studies -- Chapter 18 -- Characterizing social-ecological traps: A case study of forest and marine systems in Southern and Austral Chile -- Chapter 19 -- Ecosystem services from a multi-stakeholder perspective: a case study in a Biosphere Reserve in central Chile.-Chapter 20 -- Restoration of riverside forests: contributing to the fisheries management of river Pichis watershed, central jungle, Perú -- Chapter 21 -- The challenge of integrated management of Isla de Chiloé coastal zone -- Chapter 22 -- Social valuation of ecosystem services at local scale: challenges for the management of a multiple-use coastal and marine protected area (MU-CMPA): Isla Grande de Atacama.-Chapter 23 -- Potential futures of social-ecological systems in Latin America
    Abstract: Human societies are influencing nature in such a way that their independent analysis is no longer suitable. Fortunately, social-ecological systems provide a conceptual framework for the interconnected analysis of societies and ecosystems. However, in the case of Latin America, the complexity of social-ecological processes undermined a much-needed compilation of theoretical concepts, methods and case studies. Increasing readers’ understanding of such systems using a postnormal approach, the book discusses current concepts and methods with examples of studies from eight countries. It is a useful resource for social actors, government decision makers and scholars
    Pages: XI, 453 p. 52 illus., 25 illus. in color. : online resource.
    Edition: 1st ed. 2019.
    ISBN: 9783030284527
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  • 8
    Keywords: Trees ; Forest products ; Forestry Management ; Environmental management ; Tree Biology ; Wood Science & Technology ; Forestry Management ; Environmental management ; Springer eBooks
    Description / Table of Contents: Chapter 1 - Dendroecology investigation of Magnolia vovidesii, a threatened Mexican Cloud Forest tree species endemic to eastern Mexico -- Chapter 2 - Drought is a driving factor of seasonal growth of Pinus strobiformis Engelm. in northern Mexico -- Chapter 3 - Dendroecological studies with Cedrela odorata L., Northeastern Brazil -- Chapter 4 - Xylogenesis explains climate- growth relationships in a Mexican conifer -- Chapter 5 - Dendrochronological potential of tree species from America's rainiest region -- Chapter 6 - Potential of Tropical Dry Forest trees species: anatomy, chronologies and environment -- Chapter 7 - Tree-growth variations along environmental gradients in tropical montane forests of South America -- Chapter 8 - Forest dynamics in the Patagonian Andes: Lessons learned from dendroecology -- Chapter 9 - Historical fire regimes in high-elevation tropical forests -- Chapter 10 - Patterns of tree establishment following glacier-induced floods in southern Patagonia -- Chapter 11 - Dendrochronological reconstruction of Ormiscodes amphimone outbreaks in Nothofagus pumilio forests from Southern Patagonia, Argentina -- Chapter 12 - Dendroecology in Polylepis forests in the tropical Andes: modeling of the radial growth of the last centuries and its implications for its conservation -- Chapter 13 - Dendrochronological study of the xeric and mesic Araucaria araucana forests of northern Patagonia: implications for the Ecology and Conservation -- Chapter 14 - Dendroecology applied to silvicultural management in the Southern Patagonian forests: a case of study from an experimental forest in Tierra del Fuego, Argentina -- Chapter 15 - Reconstructing land use changes through ring-width variations in Nothofagus antarctica chronologies from Southern Patagonia -- Chapter 16 - Long-term decoupling between growth and water-use efficiency and its implications for the conservation of old-growth conifer forests in southern Chileong-term decoupling between growth and water-use efficiency and its implications for the conservation of old-growth conifer forests in southern Chile
    Abstract: Latin America is a megadiverse territory hosting several hotspots of plant diversity and many types of forest biomes, ecosystems and climate types, from tropical rainforest to semi-arid woodlands. This combination of diverse forests and climates generates multiple responses to ecological changes affecting the structure and functioning of forest ecosystems. Recently, there have been major efforts to improve our understanding of such impacts on ecosystems processes. However, there is a dearth of studies focused on Latin-American forest ecosystems that could provide novel insights into the patterns and mechanisms of ecological processes in response to environmental stress. The abundance of “New World” tree species with dendrochronological potential constitutes an ideal opportunity to improve the ecological state of knowledge regarding these diverse forest types, which are often threatened by several impacts such as logging or conversion to agricultural lands. Thus, detailed information on the dendroecology of these species will improve our understanding of forests in the face of global change. Accordingly, this book identifies numerous relevant ecological processes and scales, ranging from tree species to populations and communities, and from both dendrochronological and dendroecological perspectives. It offers a valuable reference guide for the exploration of long-term ecological interactions between trees and their environmental conditions, and will foster further research and international projects on the continent and elsewhere
    Pages: XVII, 381 p. 119 illus., 92 illus. in color. : online resource.
    Edition: 1st ed. 2020.
    ISBN: 9783030369309
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    Keywords: Trees ; Forest products ; Forestry Management ; Environmental management ; Tree Biology ; Wood Science & Technology ; Forestry Management ; Environmental management ; Springer eBooks
    Description / Table of Contents: Chapter 1 - Dendroecology investigation of Magnolia vovidesii, a threatened Mexican Cloud Forest tree species endemic to eastern Mexico -- Chapter 2 - Drought is a driving factor of seasonal growth of Pinus strobiformis Engelm. in northern Mexico -- Chapter 3 - Dendroecological studies with Cedrela odorata L., Northeastern Brazil -- Chapter 4 - Xylogenesis explains climate- growth relationships in a Mexican conifer -- Chapter 5 - Dendrochronological potential of tree species from America's rainiest region -- Chapter 6 - Potential of Tropical Dry Forest trees species: anatomy, chronologies and environment -- Chapter 7 - Tree-growth variations along environmental gradients in tropical montane forests of South America -- Chapter 8 - Forest dynamics in the Patagonian Andes: Lessons learned from dendroecology -- Chapter 9 - Historical fire regimes in high-elevation tropical forests -- Chapter 10 - Patterns of tree establishment following glacier-induced floods in southern Patagonia -- Chapter 11 - Dendrochronological reconstruction of Ormiscodes amphimone outbreaks in Nothofagus pumilio forests from Southern Patagonia, Argentina -- Chapter 12 - Dendroecology in Polylepis forests in the tropical Andes: modeling of the radial growth of the last centuries and its implications for its conservation -- Chapter 13 - Dendrochronological study of the xeric and mesic Araucaria araucana forests of northern Patagonia: implications for the Ecology and Conservation -- Chapter 14 - Dendroecology applied to silvicultural management in the Southern Patagonian forests: a case of study from an experimental forest in Tierra del Fuego, Argentina -- Chapter 15 - Reconstructing land use changes through ring-width variations in Nothofagus antarctica chronologies from Southern Patagonia -- Chapter 16 - Long-term decoupling between growth and water-use efficiency and its implications for the conservation of old-growth conifer forests in southern Chileong-term decoupling between growth and water-use efficiency and its implications for the conservation of old-growth conifer forests in southern Chile
    Abstract: Latin America is a megadiverse territory hosting several hotspots of plant diversity and many types of forest biomes, ecosystems and climate types, from tropical rainforest to semi-arid woodlands. This combination of diverse forests and climates generates multiple responses to ecological changes affecting the structure and functioning of forest ecosystems. Recently, there have been major efforts to improve our understanding of such impacts on ecosystems processes. However, there is a dearth of studies focused on Latin-American forest ecosystems that could provide novel insights into the patterns and mechanisms of ecological processes in response to environmental stress. The abundance of “New World” tree species with dendrochronological potential constitutes an ideal opportunity to improve the ecological state of knowledge regarding these diverse forest types, which are often threatened by several impacts such as logging or conversion to agricultural lands. Thus, detailed information on the dendroecology of these species will improve our understanding of forests in the face of global change. Accordingly, this book identifies numerous relevant ecological processes and scales, ranging from tree species to populations and communities, and from both dendrochronological and dendroecological perspectives. It offers a valuable reference guide for the exploration of long-term ecological interactions between trees and their environmental conditions, and will foster further research and international projects on the continent and elsewhere
    Pages: XVII, 381 p. 119 illus., 92 illus. in color. : online resource.
    Edition: 1st ed. 2020.
    ISBN: 9783030369309
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  • 10
    Keywords: Medicine ; Radiology, Medical ; Orthopedics ; Orthopedic surgery ; Rehabilitation ; Physical Therapy ; Sports Medicine ; Medicine & Public Health ; Surgical Orthopedics ; Orthopedics ; Sports Medicine ; Imaging / Radiology ; Rehabilitation ; Physiotherapy ; Springer eBooks
    Pages: : digital
    ISBN: 9783642227691
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