Dr. James Harold Clarke
Vanderbilt University, USA
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Review Article Pages 277-285
Abstract: The history of Protected Areas (PAs) in the country goes back to Zere Yaecob in the 15th century. The modern way of biodiversity conservation was started during the reign of Menelik II and the official establishment of National Parks was started in the 1960s. Since then PAs are facing different challenges. The scientific literature contains numerous descriptions of the challenges of protected area management that causes a devastating impact on wildlife. This review paper, therefore, covers six major challenges of PAs management in Ethiopia and their shortcomings.
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Commentary Pages 271-276
Abstract: The paper by Geronikolou, et al. (2014) "Diverse Radiofrequency Sensitivity and Radiofrequency Effects of Mobile or Cordless Phone near Fields Exposure in Drosophila melanogaster"  published in Plos One supposedly presents original work on the effects of mobile and cordless phones electromagnetic fields (EMFs) on Drosophila melanogaster reproduction. The paper reports that two of its authors "conceived and designed the experiments".
Review Article Pages 61-270
Abstract: Based on the last list of non-marine molluscs from Santa Catarina State/SC published in March 2018, with 232 related forms, the current inventory of continental molluscs (land/terrestrial and limnic/freshwater) occurring in the State of Santa Catarina/SC is increased, with a new verified/confirmed registry of most other twenty (20) species (-fifteen (15) gastropods
Research Article Pages 252-260
Abstract: A field study of the effect of pollarding on fine root development of tree willow (Salix matsudana × alba 'Tangoio') was carried out measuring fine and coarse root length and mass for unpollarded (UP), pollarded (IP) and repollarded trees (RP) at 3-monthly intervals over a period of 1 year following pollarding. The IP trees had been pollarded once only, 3 years before the study began.
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