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  • Authors : - (2021)

  • This book takes an in-depth look at Louisiana as a state which is ahead of the curve in terms of extreme weather events, both in frequency and magnitude, and in its responses to these challenges including recovery and enhancement of resiliency. Louisiana faced a major tropical catastrophe in the 21st century, and experiences the fastest rising sea level. Weather specialists, including those concentrating on sea level rise acknowledge that ...

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  • Authors : - (2021)

  • Today, the issue of environmental emissions is more important than ever before. Air pollution with particulates, soot, carbon, aerosols, heavy metals, and so on is causing adverse effects on human health as well as the environment. This book presents new research and findings related to environmental emissions, pollution, and future sustainability. Written by experts in the field, chapters cover such topics as health effects, emission monitoring and miti...

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  • Authors : - (2022)

  • Developed following the success of an international symposium, this book examines how to make conservation more effective through strengthening links between science research, policy and practice. Ideal for practitioners, researchers, graduate students and policymakers. This title is also available as Open Access on Cambridge Core.

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  • Authors : - (2022)

  • A global scientific assessment of the impacts of Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) implementation on forests and related socioeconomic systems. It discusses the potential trade-offs among the SDGs, as well as the potential for synergies. An invaluable book for academics, students and decision-makers interested in links between sustainable development, forests and people. This title is available as Open Access via Cambridge Core.

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  • Authors : - (2021)

  • Nowadays, the sustainable built environment planning in most cities has come to a turning point as the growth in traffic and population has become a serious concern and put tremendous pressure on both the environment and people in these cities. It is therefore important to find new ways or lifestyles—such as compact city, transit-oriented development (TOD) formulations—that are more flexible, inclusive, and sustainable. Furthermore, for the sustainable b...

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  • Authors : - (2021)

  • Aquatic ecosystems are currently experiencing unprecedented levels of impact from human activities including over-exploitation of resources, habitat destruction, pollution and the influence of climate change. The impacts of these activities on the microbial ecology of aquatic environments are only now beginning to be defined. One of the many implications of environmental degradation and climate change is the geographical expansion of disease- causing microbes such as&#...

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  • Authors : - (2021)

  • This book provides novel and in-depth perspectives on evaluating environment and sustainability issues in developing countries. Evaluating Environment in International Development focuses on the approaches and experiences of leading international organizations, not-for-profits, and multilateral and bilateral aid agencies to illustrate how systematic evaluation is an essential tool for providing evidence for decision-makers. Moving beyond projects and programmes, it explores normative work...

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  • Authors : - (2021)

  • Europe remains divided between east and west, with differences caused and worsened by uneven economic and political development. Amid these divisions, the environment has become a key battleground. The condition and sustainability of environmental resources are interlinked with systems of governance and power, from local to EU levels. Key challenges in the eastern European region today include increasingly authoritarian forms of government that threaten the operat...

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  • Authors : - (2023)

  • A shelter is one of the physiological needs according to Maslow's Hierarchy of Needs, which lies at the bottom of the pyramid. People spend around 90% of their time in shelters, or in today's words: buildings. They sleep, eat, work, relax, exercise, play, are born, and die in these buildings. In fact, they "live" within walls. Therefore, an indoor environment is crucial for their health and safety. This book, therefore, a...

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  • Authors : - (2022)

  • The Eurasian region has been characterized by growing water, energy and environmental challenges. This book intends to provide answers to the following key questions: What are the major conceptual issues with regards to the water, energy and environment nexus in Eurasia? What are the key challenges and drawbacks faced by the countries in the Eurasian region in responding to the nexus issues? How could regional cooperation be developed so as...

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  • Authors : Peter, Schulze (2022)

  • Environment;policy;biology;earth sciences;United States;obstacles to progress;environmental policy;environmental law;environmental regulation;environmental science;environmental progress;environmental solutions;environmental justice;sustainability;uncertainty;decision processes;climate change;problem solving;unintended consequences;systems perspective;environmental monitoring;freedom and environmental policy;scientific uncertainty;cost-benefit analysis;flawed US democracy;disenfranchisement;gerrymandering;campaign finance;technological surprise;environmental design;trade and the environment;economic growth and the e...

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  • Authors : Jamabo, Miebaka (2021)

  • African Trypanosomiasis is a neglected tropical disease caused by Trypanosoma brucei (T. brucei) and is spread by the tsetse fly in sub-Saharan Africa. The disease is fatal if left untreated and the currently approved drugs for treatment are toxic and difficult to administer. The trypanosome must survive in the insect vector and its mammalian host, and to adapt to these different conditions, the parasite relies on molecular chaperones called he...

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  • Authors : Lo, Megan (2021)

  • The hedgehog (HH) gene was first identified in Drosophila as a regulator of larval segmentation7, after which three mammalian homologs were discovered: desert hedgehog (Dhh), Indian hedgehog (Ihh), and sonic hedgehog (Shh)8-11. Shh is the most widely expressed HH ligand and is found in the epithelium and at epithelial-mesenchymal boundaries of various tissues, including the tooth, gut, lung, and limb, where it controls morphogenesis and adu...

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  • Authors : Hu, Keke (2021)

  • Stress granules (SGs) are membraneless organelles that assemble in the cytoplasm to organize cellular contents and promote rapid adaptation during stress. To understand how SGs contribute to physiological functions, we used electrochemical measurements to detect electroactive species in SGs. With amperometry, we discovered that reactive oxygen species (ROS) are encapsulated inside arseniteinduced SGs, and H2O2 is the main species. The release kinetics of&...

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  • Authors : Birke, Ramona (2021)

  • Sulfonated rhodamines that endow xanthene dyes with cellular impermeability are presented. We fuse charged sulfonates to red and far-red dyes to obtain Sulfo549 and Sulfo646, respectively, and further link these to SNAP- and Halo-tag substrates for protein self-labelling. Cellular impermeability is validated in live cell imaging experiments in transfected HEK cells and neurons derived from induced pluripotent stem cells (iPSCs). Lastly, we show that&...

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  • Authors : Nielsen, Jakob Toudahl (2021)

  • NMR chemical shifts (CSs) are delicate reporters of local protein structure, and recent advances in random coil CS (RCCS) prediction and interpretation now offer the compelling prospect of inferring small populations of structure from small deviations from RCCSs. Here, we present CheSPI, a simple and efficient method that provides unbiased and sensitive aggregate measures of local structure and disorder. It is demonstrated that CheSPI can p...

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  • Authors : Dandekar, B. (2021)

  • Cytochrome P450, the ubiquitous metalloenzyme involved in detoxification of foreign components, has remained one of the most popular systems for substrate-recognition process. However, despite being known for its high substrate specificity, the mechanistic basis of substrate-binding by archetypal system cytochrome P450cam has remained at odds with the contrasting reports of multiple diverse crystallographic structures of its substrate-free form. Here we address this...