2 edition of Socio-economic values of aquatic plants (freshwater macrophytes) of Peninsular Malaysia found in the catalog.
Socio-economic values of aquatic plants (freshwater macrophytes) of Peninsular Malaysia
I. S. A. Nather Khan
1990 by WWF Malaysia, Institute for Advanced Studies, University of Malaya, Asian Wetland Bureau in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia .
Written in English
|Statement||by I.S.A. Nather Khan.|
|Contributions||World Wildlife Fund Malaysia., Universiti Malaya. Institut Pengajian Tinggi., Asian Wetland Bureau.|
|LC Classifications||SB317.A64 K48 1990|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||124 p. :|
|Number of Pages||124|
|LC Control Number||93940313|
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Economic Importance of Plants Plants are extremely important in the lives of people throughout the world. People depend upon plants to satisfy such basic human needs as food, clothing, shelter, and health care.
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Tourists to each of the parks during the study were also served with the Author: A. Onyeanusi, J. Abu, P. Oni, L. Popoola. The socio-economic importance of hunting in the Nordic countries is a combination of revenue-providing activity, household subsistence value, and cultural and recreational significance.
Around one million Nordic people go hunting every year – almost 5% of the total Nordic population. Estimates for. economic and other values of ecosystem goods and services.
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Local aquatic invertebrates and aquatic plants are raised in local water quality. These species are then used to determine the threshold of effect of either single or mixtures of contaminants (e.g.
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Ponds, as well as existing in a physical landscape, are part of human socio-economic landscapes, especially those in towns and cities.
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The most important factor influencing the risk of invasion according to the model’s results was minimum temperature, followed by proximity to ports. The inclusion of socio-economic factors.1. INTRODUCTION. The top five most damaging alien invasive plant species to the aquatic systems, generally termed the “Big Bad Five” are of South American origin [1 Henderson L, Cilliers ve aquatic plants: a guide to the identification of the most important and potentially dangerous invasive aquatic and wetland plants in South Africa PPRI Hand Book No Cited by: 1.An expert analysis was conducted in the process of developing the National Strategy of Tajikistan.
It embraces the values of biodiversity and its individual components (grazing, forest, vegetation, medicinal plants, raw materials, proceeds from hunting trophies used domestically and exported) that has been added to the budget and GDP of the country and are taken into account annually in.