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Factors influencing the birch transition community of the industrial barrens, Sudbury, Ontario
Gaynor I. James
Factors which influence the Birch Transition community in the Sudbury mining area, Ontario, were identified by comparing a most depauperate field site (Ridge) and a least depauperate field site (Woodland). The analysis of the sites by the Vigour Index and Index of Degradation, study of soils and foliar material, soil plant water relationships, and germination and seedling establishment were discussed.
|Statement||by Gaynor I. James|
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Geology, climate, and vegetation. The predominant bedrocks in the area are gneiss and granite. There are, in addition to subordinates, variably deformed belts of greenstone (the Polmak–Pasvik–Pechenga greenstone belt), which are volcano-sedimentary assemblages containing mafic–ultramafic igneous bodies that are hosts to the important Cu–Ni ore deposits of the Cited by: 2 pages introduction pages the dimensions of migration pages the key role of agriculture and rural development for migration • the root causes of rural migrationFile Size: KB.
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The anthropogenic birch transition community has developed in the vicinity of Sudbury, Ont., as a result of base-metal mining and smelting, logging, and forest fires over the past century. The combination of environmental stresses to which the Sudbury region has been subjected has led to a series of distinct zones of vegetation surrounding the smelters.
Closest to the smelters is a Birch Coppice Woodlands near the Sudbury Smelters: Dynamics of a Forest Monoculture | SpringerLinkCited by: 4. Birch is a common species around the disturbed area surrounding Sudbury smelters (Amiro and Courtin, ), and recruitment of these seedlings is often limited by drought and metal stress.
Request PDF | Restoration of Smelter Industrial Barrens Following Pollution Reduction Drives Economic Recovery | The environmental consequences of mining and processing activity have made. Decomposition of birch leaves in heavily polluted industrial barrens: relative importance of leaf quality and site of exposure Article in Environmental Science and Pollution Research 22( Sudbury is located in the Great Lakes St-Lawrence forest region, a rich transition zone composed of southern deciduous tree species and boreal conifers.
The diverse landscape supports a wide diversity of small mammals, including at least six species of shrews and moles, five species of sciurids, five voles/lemmings, and five mice species (Burt and Grossenheider, ).Cited by: 9. Industrial barrens are bleak open landscapes evolved due to deposition of airborne pollutants, with only small patches of vegetation surrounded by bare land.
These extreme environments appeared as a Cited by: For example, Harp Lake in Ontario is located relatively close to municipal and industrial sources of emissions. Studies found that atmospheric deposition accounted for 57% of the mercury input to that lake, suggesting a significant anthropogenic influence (Mierle, ).
Introduction. Industrial emissions present a serious threat to natural ecosystems and human health both at global and regional levels. Sub-Arctic regions previously considered to be one of the largest pristine ecosystems in the world are nowadays subjected to increasing pressure from mining and smelting activities in Northern regions of both Eurasia and the by: 1.
Due to such adaptibility, this group can be seen as a model for the successful transition on land. The text deals with two main subjects: the effects of stressful conditions on the individual animal as reflected by its survival or by the disruption of its normal reproductive pattern; and the distribution of the isopods and their selection of.
The aim of the current overview is to compare the efficiency of remediation practices of technogenic barrens, to evaluate opportunities to enhance the landscape restoration practices and reduce environmental impacts of nickel-copper mining and smelting in two northern industrial regions: Sudbury, Ontario, Canada and Kola Peninsula, Russia.
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THE INFLUENCE OF FACTORS OF MIGRATION HUMAN GEOGRAPHIES— Journal of Studies and Research in Human Geography () 45–52 47 Studies have shown that both rural poor and non-poor migrate to urban areas (Chowdhury and Mandola ). Bhuyan () examined that the process of rural-urban migration is strongly influ.
Factors Affecting Urban‐to‐Rural Migration. JOOCHUL KIM. Kim is an assistant professor of planning at Arizona State University. Search for more papers by this author. JOOCHUL KIM.
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What the literature on migration shows is that. The purpose of this research is to determine factors influencing the labor restructuring from agriculture to non-agriculture sectors in Can Tho city. Research data are collected from households by stratified sampling.
After utilizing the binary logistic method, results show that factors affecting the labor structure shift are: household.
and is closely associated with urban transition influencing the demand and supply of labour, economic growth and human wellbeing (McKeown ; Skeldon ).
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Librivox Free Audiobook. Full text of "Sudbury Motorsports Association Business Plan" See other formats. as one of the key factors influencing migration. Migration is induced by various social, economic, political, cultural and environmental factors.
Reviewing the literature on rural-urban migration, the prospect of finding work seems to be the most important reason. Often it is not wage-differentials that influence the decision but simply.
The Sudbury area environment became drastically altered commencing in the 's with lumbering, repeated fires and early open roasting operations from to These combined factors had such a pronounced effect on the Sudbury environment that approximately 24 square miles (64 sq.
km.) were.In: Tarabrin VP (ed) Industrial botany: the state and perspectives of development. Abstracts of regional scientific conference devoted to the 25th anniversary of Donetsk Botanical Garden, Sept.Donetsk. Kiev, Ukraine, pp (in Russian) Allum JAE, Dreisinger BR () Remote sensing of vegetation change near Inco's Sudbury mining.1.
The issue of migration has spawned abundant research and prompted wide-ranging theoretical debate. A selection of papers, articles and book chapters spanning several decades, many of which were first written in English, have been translated into French and brought together in a book published by INED as part of a new series devoted to the founding texts of demographic by: 8.