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  1. Water such as precipitation is the most critical environment driver of ecosystem processes and functions in semi-arid regions. Frequency and intensity of drought and transient waterlogging are expected to incr...

    Authors: Jingyan Chen, Changliang Shao, Shicheng Jiang, Luping Qu, Fangyuan Zhao and Gang Dong
    Citation: Ecological Processes 2019 8:17
  2. Protected areas (PAs) are aimed to hold the environmental conditions that facilitate species and ecosystems to persist. PAs can become climatically unsuitable and unable to sustain their current number of spec...

    Authors: Mst. Umme Salma Nila, Carl Beierkuhnlein, Anja Jaeschke, Samuel Hoffmann and Md Lokman Hossain
    Citation: Ecological Processes 2019 8:13

    The Correction to this article has been published in Ecological Processes 2019 8:29

  3. Sustainable land management is considered as one of the useful approaches to combat the threat of various forms of land degradation in Ethiopia. Despite this, there is scant information regarding households’ d...

    Authors: Haftu Etsay, Teklay Negash and Metkel Aregay
    Citation: Ecological Processes 2019 8:14
  4. Land use changes in urbanization, industrialization, and agricultural processes will continue to have negative impacts on water quality at all scales. The impact of land use changes on water quality is general...

    Authors: Moriken Camara, Nor Rohaizah Jamil and Ahmad Fikri Bin Abdullah
    Citation: Ecological Processes 2019 8:10
  5. Assessment of carbon pools in semi-arid forests of India is crucial in order to develop a better action plan for management of such ecosystems under global climate change and rapid urbanization. This study, th...

    Authors: Archana Meena, Ankita Bidalia, M. Hanief, J. Dinakaran and K. S. Rao
    Citation: Ecological Processes 2019 8:8
  6. Savanna grasslands are globally important ecosystems consisting of one of the most extensive grazing lands with unique biodiversity. The objectives of the study were to assess the effect of grazing intensity o...

    Authors: Yaregal Melak, Ayana Angassa and Aster Abebe
    Citation: Ecological Processes 2019 8:12
  7. There is a substantial interest in the values that consumers place on drinking water quality and supply. Financial resources are crucial to improving the urban potable water supply in developing countries that...

    Authors: Yilikal Anteneh, Gete Zeleke and Ephrem Gebremariam
    Citation: Ecological Processes 2019 8:9
  8. Ethiopia is frequently cited as a country that is highly vulnerable to climate variability and change. The country’s high vulnerability arises mostly from climate-sensitive agricultural sector that suffers a l...

    Authors: Israel Tessema and Belay Simane
    Citation: Ecological Processes 2019 8:5
  9. Actual evapotranspiration (ET) is a major component of the water balance. While several international flux measurement programs have been executed in the tropical rain forest of the Amazon, those measurements ...

    Authors: Victor Hugo da Motta Paca, Gonzalo E. Espinoza-Dávalos, Tim M. Hessels, Daniel Medeiros Moreira, Georges F. Comair and Wim G. M. Bastiaanssen
    Citation: Ecological Processes 2019 8:6
  10. Restoring the degraded sites with vegetation cover is an optimal solution to mitigate environmental disasters. Starting from the 1980s, donor-assisted land rehabilitation activities were taking place in Tehule...

    Authors: Birhan Ali Woldie and Solomon Ayele Tadesse
    Citation: Ecological Processes 2019 8:4
  11. Variable retention harvesting is a silvicultural system that focuses on retaining key elements of stand structure at the time of logging and is increasingly being used worldwide. We describe the design and est...

    Authors: David Lindenmayer, David Blair and Lachlan McBurney
    Citation: Ecological Processes 2019 8:2
  12. Trees on agricultural landscape play a vital role in ecosystem services including food security that supports human livelihood. They can further offer synergy between adaptation and mitigation in addressing cl...

    Authors: Yikunoamlak Gebrewahid, Tewolde-Berhan Gebre-Egziabhier, Kassa Teka and Emiru Birhane
    Citation: Ecological Processes 2018 7:40
  13. The information available on the sensitivity of soil biotic and abiotic attributes, which can be used to track the impact of reforestation in riparian buffers, is often insufficient to refine management practi...

    Authors: Velu Rasiah and Singarayer K. Florentine
    Citation: Ecological Processes 2018 7:39
  14. Abandonment of agricultural land is often happening all over the world and widespread in Russia. Such lands are subject to successional changes in vegetation and it seems necessary to provide effective methods...

    Authors: Larisa G. Khanina, Vadim E. Smirnov, Michael S. Romanov and Maxim V. Bobrovsky
    Citation: Ecological Processes 2018 7:38
  15. Garcinia kola is an indigenous multipurpose tree species commonly found in the tropical rain forest zone of West and Central Africa. Providing economic, ecological, and socio-cultural benefits for people, they ha...

    Authors: Onyebuchi Patrick Agwu, Adama Bakayoko, Saka Oladunni Jimoh and Porembski Stefan
    Citation: Ecological Processes 2018 7:36
  16. Mountain grasslands are globally important ecosystems. They are considered as heritage sites with “outstanding values” to ecological communities by adding a further “layer and support to the existing protectio...

    Authors: Denbeshu Debeko, Ayana Angassa, Aster Abebe, Ashenafi Burka and Adugna Tolera
    Citation: Ecological Processes 2018 7:34
  17. Flood recession farming, locally known as molapo farming, is an important livelihood activity for the subsistence farming community around the Okavango Delta. The study was aimed at investigating the influence of...

    Authors: Modise Nthaba, Keotshephile Kashe and Michael Murray-Hudson
    Citation: Ecological Processes 2018 7:33
  18. Ethiopia has made efforts to tackle the challenges of low crop and livestock productivity and degradation of land resources through various rural development strategies. However, increasing demands for food, a...

    Authors: Wuletaw Mekuria, Kindu Mekonnen, Peter Thorne, Melkamu Bezabih, Lulseged Tamene and Wuletawu Abera
    Citation: Ecological Processes 2018 7:30
  19. The Aspen-FACE experiment was an 11-year study of the effect of elevated CO2 and ozone (alone and in combination) on the growth of model aspen communities (pure aspen, aspen-birch, and aspen-maple) in the field i...

    Authors: Eric J. Gustafson, Mark E. Kubiske, Brian R. Miranda, Yasutomo Hoshika and Elena Paoletti
    Citation: Ecological Processes 2018 7:31
  20. The spatial association dynamics of free-ranging cattle herds are not fully understood; however, they can have a direct influence on the spatial patterns of resource utilization. The aim of our study was to ex...

    Authors: Christopher Cheleuitte-Nieves, Humberto L. Perotto-Baldivieso, X. Ben Wu and Susan M. Cooper
    Citation: Ecological Processes 2018 7:29
  21. An accurate and reliable detection of soil physicochemical attributes (SPAs) is a difficult and complicated issue in soil science. The SPA may be varied spatially and temporally with the complexity of nature. ...

    Authors: Amol D. Vibhute, Karbhari V. Kale, Suresh C. Mehrotra, Rajesh K. Dhumal and Ajay D. Nagne
    Citation: Ecological Processes 2018 7:26
  22. Evidence is mounting that traditional knowledge can play a critical role in shaping the biodiversity conservation strategies and maintaining ecosystem services. This study was conducted with Adi community of A...

    Authors: Ranjay K. Singh, Shah M. Hussain, T. Riba, Anshuman Singh, Egul Padung, Orik Rallen, Y. J. Lego and Ajay Kumar Bhardwaj
    Citation: Ecological Processes 2018 7:27
  23. Western climate science and Traditional Ecological Knowledge (TEK) represent complementary and overlapping views of the causes and consequences of change. In particular, observations of changes in abundance, d...

    Authors: Samantha Chisholm Hatfield, Elizabeth Marino, Kyle Powys Whyte, Kathie D. Dello and Philip W. Mote
    Citation: Ecological Processes 2018 7:25
  24. Changes in socio-economy and climate are affecting the demand of wood products globally. At the same time, society requires that forest supporting structures like biodiversity are maintained and preserved whil...

    Authors: Astor Toraño Caicoya, Peter Biber, Werner Poschenrieder, Fabian Schwaiger and Hans Pretzsch
    Citation: Ecological Processes 2018 7:23
  25. Carbon stock estimation in different land use systems is necessary for curbing global climatic crisis. In the present study, high-altitude dry temperate land use systems (LUS) at three altitudinal ranges “A1, 190...

    Authors: Kafula Chisanga, D. R. Bhardwaj, Nazir A. Pala and C. L. Thakur
    Citation: Ecological Processes 2018 7:22
  26. The lower Syr Darya River Basin is an integral part of the Aral Sea Basin that is shared by four riparian countries. In Kazakhstan, the water is mainly used for agricultural purposes. However, the poor quality...

    Authors: Bezaiet Dessalegn, Ludmilla Kiktenko, Balzhan Zhumagazina, Saltanat Zhakenova and Vinay Nangia
    Citation: Ecological Processes 2018 7:24
  27. Pine savannas are primarily managed with frequent prescribed fire (≤ 3 years) to promote diversity of flora and fauna, and to maintain open, park-like conditions needed by species such as the endangered red-co...

    Authors: Andrew R. Little, L. Mike Conner, Michael J. Chamberlain, Nathan P. Nibbelink and Robert J. Warren
    Citation: Ecological Processes 2018 7:20
  28. The policy of encouraging agriculture and development for mass tourism has led to environmental problems in Cameron Highlands, Malaysia. Rampant development and land clearing have significantly altered the lan...

    Authors: Azlini Razali, Sharifah Norkhadijah Syed Ismail, Suriyani Awang, Sarva Mangala Praveena and Emilia Zainal Abidin
    Citation: Ecological Processes 2018 7:19
  29. A decline in direct experience with nature can lead to disaffection of natural environments, wildlife, and public indifference towards biodiversity conservation. This study measured on affective attitude towar...

    Authors: Huda Farhana Mohamad Muslim, Hosaka Tetsuro, Numata Shinya and Noor Azlin Yahya
    Citation: Ecological Processes 2018 7:18
  30. This study investigated factors affecting farmers’ participation in watershed management programs in the Northeastern highlands of Ethiopia by taking the Teleyayen sub-watershed as a case study. Data were coll...

    Authors: Alem-meta Assefa Agidew and K. N. Singh
    Citation: Ecological Processes 2018 7:15
  31. The purpose of this study is to evaluate the associated impact of adoption of adaptation options to climate change and variability on household food security in the Muger sub-basin of the upper Blue-Nile of Et...

    Authors: Abayineh Amare and Belay Simane
    Citation: Ecological Processes 2018 7:13
  32. The original publication [1] has an error in the citation of figure 1. Below you will find the correct version.

    Authors: Xianli Wang, B. Mike Wotton, Alan S. Cantin, Marc-André Parisien, Kerry Anderson, Brett Moore and Mike D. Flannigan
    Citation: Ecological Processes 2018 7:14

    The original article was published in Ecological Processes 2017 6:5

  33. We investigated the magnitude and duration of desalination of Pulicat—a coastal lagoon ecosystem connected to the Bay of Bengal on the South-eastern coast of India—during the 2015 South India flood event which...

    Authors: Harini Santhanam and Thulasiraman Natarajan
    Citation: Ecological Processes 2018 7:10
  34. Construction activities in and along urban streams increase the sediment input into surface waters, causing an overall decline in water quality and aquatic ecosystems. In this case study, we investigate the wa...

    Authors: Bin Zhu, Daniel S. Smith, Anthony P. Benaquista, Dylan M. Rossi, Betsy M. Kadapuram, Man Lok Yu, Andrew S. Partlow and Nathan R. Burtch
    Citation: Ecological Processes 2018 7:11

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