- Biodiversity in quarries
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The aim of this research is complete data of carbon storage in Cirebon quarry and in each different habitats in this area. It is important to evaluate the total carbon stored in Cirebon Quarry.
Hlavní řešenou otázkou tohoto projektu je: „Jaká biologicky cenná místa vznikají těžbou v Tovačovské štěrkovně.“ Naším cílem není tuto biodiverzitu jenom poznat, ale také do budoucna podpořit cílenými zásahy.
The project involves molecular bioinformatics analysis of mitochondrial (mt) genome sans their protein products based on their specific codon usage strategy for the purpose of predicting the level of expression of protein coding genes.
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Researcher:Maka მაკა Murvanidze მურვანიძე
The main goal of the project is to investigate soil recovery processes on the reclaimed territories of Kavtiskhevi and Gardabani quarries by means of soil inhabiting invertebrates.
This project seeks to promote edge species which will be used to assess impact on species succession and eventually serve as a means of evaluating and monitoring the success of reclamation.
The project is about to create camping/resting place on top of the Dedoplistskaro Limestone Quarry.This recreational zone will be free to visit and everybody will be able to enjoy time resting on the grass, having
In Ghana, more than US$ 2 billion worth organic foodstuffs were wasted in 2012. About 1.3 billion tonnes of organic food produced globally is wasted annually according to FAO.
Researcher:Nisa Rachmania Mubarik
Praptisih et al (2012) described that at Kromong location, as Palimanan Quarry found massive corraland fossilof foraminifera and red algae.
Researcher:Svetlana Garipova/ Светлана Гарипова
The territory of the “Shakh-Tau” quarry has a unique etiology and should be available for the visitors after the quarry will be explored out. The “Shakh-Tau” is a former ancient cay of Perm period.