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From toys to warships: Interdependence and the effects of disaggregated trade on militarized disputes
Community energy initiatives offer a potentially important means for reshaping the electrical system in a manner compatible with emissions reduction goals. Many such initiatives, however, focus upon top-down, institutionally structured approaches that understand community residents as atomistic, economically motivated, and minimally engaged. This paper examines a number of case studies that are based upon a bottom-up approach rooted in a civic culture that seeks to maximize the capacities of an active and engaged citizenry. The paper focuses upon two mutually dependent issues: first, recruiting community members, and second, sustaining their participation.
Reduced breeding success of cormorants (Phalacrocorax carbo sinensis) in relation to persistent organochlorine pollution of aquatic habitats in The Netherlands
Seasonal population dynamics of Halipegus occidualis and Halipegus eccentricus (Digenea: Hemiuridae) in their amphibian host, Rana clamitans
Destructive grazing by sea urchins Strongylocentrotus spp. in a central California kelp forest: Potential roles of recruitment, depth, and predation.
Larval substratum selection and postsettlement mortality as determinants of the distribution of two bryozoans.
Postfledging survival and recruitment of known-origin roseate terns (Sterna dougallii ) at Falkner Island, Connecticut.
Population declines of the native frog, Rana muscosa, in Sequoia and Kings Canyon national parks, California
Population dynamics of the hymenosomatid crab Elamenopsis kempi in a brackish subtidal region of Basrah, Iraq
Effects of microhabitat characteristics on the settlement and recruitment of a coral reef fish at two spatial scales
Spawning stock and recruitment in the brown tiger prawn, Penaeus esculentus, in Moreton Bay, Queensland
Assessment of pink shrimp (Penaeus brasiliensis) populations, in three areas of the Caribbean coast of Costa Rica