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Our leading portfolio in Life, Earth and Environmental Sciences is at the forefront of disseminating knowledge across areas of Earth Sciences, Environmental Sciences, and Environment and Sustainability to assist researchers and academics to use this knowledge for the benefit of humankind.
With our diverse selection of content written by experts in the field, and publications in partnership with numerous organizations on a national level, our range of journals, books and e-books aims to play an integral role in providing fundamental knowledge and disseminating research to help our readers develop an essential understanding of the field.
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Free Access Articles Collection
Free access for these journal articles only available via this page until 30 June 2023. Drop down on the journal name to access.
Noemi Carla Baron & Everlon Cid Rigobelo
Occurrence and analysis of mycotoxins in domestic Chinese herbal medicines
Lu Qin, Jia-Yi Jiang, Lei Zhang, Xiao-Wen Dou, Zhen Ouyang, Li Wan & Mei-Hua Yang
Fungal taxonomy: current status and research agendas for the interdisciplinary and globalisation era
Li-Wei Zhou & Tom W. May
EL Gulliver, SA Hunter, E Vallee & F Castillo-Alcala
A retrospective study of native wild birds and reptiles admitted to three New Zealand wildlife hospitals due to predation by cats
BD Gartrell, M Jolly, K Tissink, LS Argilla & F Esam
The effects of raw-meat diets on the gastrointestinal microbiota of the cat and dog: a review
CF Butowski, CD Moon, DG Thomas, W Young & EN Bermingham
Xiaohui Wang, Lili Wei, Qiaochuan Li & Yongrong Lai
Effects of lysosomal low-density lipoprotein oxidation by ferritin on macrophage function
Oluwatosin O. Ojo & David S. Leake
Mutyh deficiency downregulates mitochondrial fusion proteins and causes cardiac dysfunction via α-ketoglutaric acid reduction with oxidative stress
Jingwen Chen, Xin Wu, Yanyi Wang, Yunfeng Pan, Yan Ren, Yusaku Nakabeppu, Yimei Fan & Yaping Wang
Peter M. Otway, Finnigan Illsley-Kemp & Eleanor R. H. Mestel
An initial assessment of short-term eruption forecasting options in New Zealand
Melody G. Whitehead, Mark S. Bebbington, Jonathan N. Procter, Matthew E. Irwin & Graham Paul D. Viskovic
Palaeogeographic evolution of Zealandia: mid-Cretaceous to present
Dominic P. Strogen, Hannu Seebeck, Benjamin R. Hines, Kyle J. Bland & James S. Crampton
Adele H. Pentland, Stephen F. Poropat, Matt A. White, Samantha L. Rigby, Patricia Vickers-Rich, Thomas H. Rich & David A. Elliott
Two new marsupial lion taxa (Marsupialia, Thylacoleonidae) from the early and Middle Miocene of Australia
Anna K. Gillespie
New cicada fossils from Australia (Hemiptera: Cicadoidea: Cicadidae) with remarkably detailed wing surface nanostructure
Max Moulds, Michael Frese & M. R. McCurry
Anusha Beer, Emma Burns & Haseeb S. Randhawa
Save our bees: bacteriophages to protect honey bees against the pathogen causing American foulbrood in New Zealand
Danielle N. Kok & Heather L. Hendrickson
Taxonomy and systematics of the new Australo-Pacific orb-weaving spider genus Socca (Araneae: Araneidae)
Volker W. Framenau, Pedro de S. Castanheira & Cor J. Vink
Jinho Seo & Doo-Byoung Oh
Mangifera Indica leaf extracts promote hair growth via activation of Wnt signaling pathway in human dermal papilla cells
Haesoo Jung, Da-Min Jung, Sang-Soo Lee, Eun-Mi Kim, Kyungah Yoon & Kee K. Kim
Neuro-immune interactions at single-cell resolution in neurodevelopmental, infectious, and neurodegenerative diseases
Hyun Jung Park & Hosung Jung
Omid Ghorbanzadeh, Khalil Gholamnia & Pedram Ghamisi
Area and shape distortions in open-source discrete global grid systems
Alexander Kmoch, Ivan Vasilyev, Holger Virro & Evelyn Uuemaa
Beyond the SDG 15.3.1 Good Practice Guidance 1.0 using the Google Earth Engine platform: developing a self-adjusting algorithm to detect significant changes in water use efficiency and net primary production
Andrea Markos, Neil Sims & Gregory Giuliani
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Geomatics, Natural Hazards and Risk
Open Access Life, Earth & Environmental Sciences Books
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Plants as Medicine and Aromatics
Pharmacognosy, Ecology and Conservation
Learning to Live with Climate Change
From Anxiety to Transformation
The Temporalities of Waste
Out of Sight, Out of Time
Climate Justice Beyond the State
Climate Change Solutions and Environmental Migration
The Injustice of Maladaptation and the Gendered ‘Silent Offset’ Economy
Coastal Wetlands Restoration
Public Perception and Community Development
Microbial Enzymes in Production of Functional Foods and Nutraceuticals
World Wildlife Day & International Day of Forests
From now till end May ’23, browse these free to access journal articles.
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World Wildlife Day
World Wildlife Day is held annually on 3 March to celebrate all the world’s wild animals and plants and the contribution that they make to our lives and the health of the planet.
The day is the most important global annual event dedicated to wildlife. This year’s theme ‘Partnerships for Wildlife Conservation’ will provide the opportunity to highlight the people who are making a difference as well as to celebrate the bridge that Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species of Wild Fauna and Flora (CITES) has been for these partnerships to form, making a significant contribution to sustainability, wildlife and biodiversity conservation.
Discover more of our curated resources below.
Genomic insights into the taxonomy and migration of the Forest Kingfisher Todiramphus macleayii
Heather Johnston, Jessica Fenker, Anna Kearns, Alex Drew, Ian J. Mason, Craig Moritz & Leo Joseph
Revealing migration schedule and potential breeding grounds of Lined Seedeaters using citizen science data
Filipe C. R. Cunha, Leonardo Esteves Lopes & Antonina Selezneva
Nitidotellina hachiensis n. sp. (Bivalvia: Tellinidae) from the Seto Inland Sea, between Honshū and Shikoku, western Japan
Hiroshi Fukuda, Hiroshi Ishikawa, Soma Ito & Takuma Haga
In vitro larvae metamorphosis of a New Zealand native freshwater mussel (Bivalvia: Unionida: Hyriidae) Echyridella menziesii
Karen J. Thompson, Mark C. Fenwick & Susan J. Clearwater
Abubakar S Ringim, Sulaiman I Muhammad, Longji A Bako, Haruna M Abubakar, Sulaiman M Isa, Doofan J Nelly, Aliyu A Bajoga, Abdulhamid S Bunu, Hafiz A Adam, Idris M Jalo, Jonathan O Eveso, Eugene D Mathew, Bello A Danmallam, Umbule Mador, Jennifer I Paul, Isuwa Aminu, Alai Lawal, Joseph I Izang & Ponyil N Abu
Local perceptions and sociocultural value of Hooded Vultures Necrosyrtes monachus in Burkina Faso, West Africa
Clément Daboné, Adama Ouéda, Lindy J Thompson, Jacques Boco Adjakpa & Peter DM Weesie
The African Bird Atlas Project: a description of the project and BirdMap data-collection protocol
Michael Brooks, Sanjo Rose, Res Altwegg, Alan TK Lee, Henk Nel, Ulf Ottosson, Ernst Retief, Chevonne Reynolds, Peter G Ryan, Sidney Shema, Talatu Tende, Les G Underhill & Robert L Thomson
Peter Kolesik, Roanne Sutherland, Kristin Gillard, Belinda Gresham & Toni M. Withers
Gut microbial communities and pathogens infection in New Zealand bumble bees (Bombus terrestris, Linnaeus, 1758)
Antoine Felden, James W. Baty & Philip J. Lester
Beetle (Coleoptera) communities inside and outside the pest-resistant fencing of a New Zealand ecosanctuary
Jessica Pei Ling Chen, Katharine J. M. Dickinson, Barbara I. P. Barratt & Jennifer M. Jandt
International Day of Forests
International Day of Forests is held annually on 21 March to celebrate how forests give us so much to our health. They purify the water, clean the air, capture carbon to fight climate change, provide food and life-saving medicines, and improve our well-being.
Forest sustainable management and their use of resources are key to combating climate change, and to contributing to the prosperity and well-being of current and future generations.
Yet despite all these priceless ecological, economic, social and health benefits, forests are endangered by fires, pests, droughts, and unprecedented deforestation.
Discover more of our curated resources below.
Tadamichi Sato & Yasuhiro Shuin
Genetic guidelines for tree species and perspectives on the conservation and sustainable use of forests
Biology of actinorhizal symbiosis from genomics to ecology: the 20th International Meeting on Frankia and Actinorhizal Plants
Ken-Ichi Kucho, Hiroyuki Tobita, Shunsuke Utsumi, Toshiki Uchiumi & Takashi Yamanaka
T. Lewis, N. Pachas & T. J. Venn
Setback distance and management for wetlands in plantation forests – a review of policy and practice in Australia and New Zealand
B. R. Myers, E. G. Jones, J. O’Hehir & J. Lawson
Post-harvesting glyphosate and imazapyr application on Eucalyptus stumps to control coppice
W. G. Montes, L. D. Tuffi Santos, R. E. Barros, G. A. de Paiva Ferreira, L. M. Silva Donato, M. M. Reis & L. S. de Oliveira
Pavel Ryabukhin, Ol’ga Kunickaya, Albert Burgonutdinov, Valentin Makuev, Tatiana Sivtseva, Natalia Zadrauskaite, Edward Hertz & Oleg Markov
Preferences for ecosystem services provided by urban forests in South Korea
Jo Jang-Hwan, Park So-Hee, Koo JaChoon, Roh Taewoo, Emily Marie Lim & Youn Yeo-Chang
Optimum plant density and harvest age for maximizing productivity and minimizing competition in a Calliandra short-rotation-coppice plantation in West Java, Indonesia
Enny Widyati, Sutiyono, Darwo, Nina Mindawati, Mira Yulianti, Diana Prameswari, Lutfy Abdulah, Karnita Yuniarti & Himlal Baral
Journal Feature: Soil Science and Plant Nutrition
Find out more about Soil Science and Plant Nutrition, the official English language journal of the Japanese Society of Soil Science and Plant Nutrition (JSSSPN), that publishes original research findings and reviews on soil science, plant nutrition and related subjects.
About the Journal
AJWS aims to share and disseminate information and scholarly ideas about women’s issues in Asia and all over the world, with the view to develop women’s studies in Asia and expand the horizon of western-centred women’s studies. The journal offers research articles with a theoretical focus, voices from Asian feminist activism, country reports providing valuable information on specific subjects, and book reviews containing information on recent publications on women in Asia and elsewhere.
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Launch of Key Policy Highlights
Key Policy Highlights (KPH) communicate the significance of scientific research evidence in jargon-free and clear language, to a non-scientific audience. This audience includes policy-makers and professionals in nearby disciplines.
This pilot scheme offers authors (in participating journals) the option to publish a secondary abstract called ‘Key Policy Highlights’, as part of the scientific research paper.
By highlighting the policy relevance of research via Key Policy Highlights, you will:
Increase the journal’s readership particularly from a policy audience
Facilitate the uptake of original research into decision-making
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