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Researching Locally, Thinking Globally: Carbon Flux from Soil in Suburban Maryland
(Advanced Academic Programs, The Johns Hopkins University, 2011-05)
With expanding urbanization, there has been an increase in manipulation of the environment by activities such as construction and landscaping. The consequences of these alterations on carbon efflux are important in ...
Effects of land use and land cover on alosine spawning habitat in non-tidal tributaries to the Bush River, Maryland: Implications for Ecosystem Based Fisheries Management
(Advanced Academic Programs, The Johns Hopkins University, 2011)
There is extensive literature on the effects of land use and land cover on aquatic biodiversity and integrity of habitat. Aquatic health in lotic systems has been found to decline with increasing development and construction ...