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2 is a multidisciplinary journal concerned with all aspects of environment. In pursuit of these, environmentalist disciplines are invited to contribute their knowledge and experience. International Journal of Environmental Research publishes original research papers, research notes and reviews across the broad field of environment. IJER: International Journal of Environmental Research

3 Address all correspondences and inquiries to Executive Manager: Dr. Karbassi, Abdolreza Graduate Faculty of Environment University of Tehran P.O.BOX:14155-6135 Tehran, Iran. E-mail: Tel: +98 21 61113188 Fax: +98 21 66407719

4 IJER: International Journal of Environmental Research Environmental Sustainable Management of Small Rural Tourist Enterprises Ferrari, G. 1, Mondéjar-Jiménez, J. 2*, Vargas - Vargas, M. 3 1 Department of Statistics, University of Florence, Italy 2 Faculty of Social Sciences, University of Castilla-La Mancha, Spain 3 Faculty of Economics, University of Castilla-La Mancha, Spain ABSTRACT Rural and nature tourism has experienced high growth over the past 20 years. One of the primary challenges facing rural tourism management is to establish a profitable and environmentally sustainable industry. Moreover, sustainable tourism is a complex concept and it requires that nature and tourism activity should be studied from an integrated point of view. In this paper, we analyze how the environmental perceptions of entrepreneurs are included into business management. Through a partial least squares (PLS) model, we estimate several latent factors related to various aspects of business management and, in a second phase, we use the FIMIX-PLS algorithm to achieving a segmentation of entrepreneurs according to the structure of relationships obtained, which may allow identification of which factors are more related to an “ecopreneurial management” Key words: Ecopreneur, Environment, Sustainable Rural Tourism, PLS, FIMIX * Corresponding author Email:


6 IJES: INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF ENVIROMENTAL STUDIES For more than 30 years, the International Journal of Environmental Studies has been pre-eminent in its field. The environment is understood to comprise the natural and the man-made, and their interactions; including such matters as pollution, health effects, analytical methods, political approaches, social impacts etc. Any paper offered to the International Journal of Environmental Studies will be assessed by peer review process.

7 Published By: Routledge Volume Number: 67 Frequency: 6 issues per year Print ISSN: 0020-7233 Online ISSN: 1029-0400 IJES: INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF ENVIROMENTAL STUDIES

8 A South Asian approach to aquatic macrophyte restoration Gautam Mukhopadhyay a Department of Botany, Derozio Memorial College, Rajarhat, Kolkata 136, India Abstract Degradation by human impact, poverty and limited ecological knowledge pose challenges for aquatic macrophyte restoration in India. The present paper proposes a framework for restoration of aquatic macrophytes in both freshwater and wastewater lentic ecosystems. The framework includes both ecological and economic aspects of aquatic macrophytes. Keywords: Aquatic macrophyte; Treated sewage water; Restoration International Journal of Environmental StudiesInternational Journal of Environmental Studies, Volume 67, Issue 4 August 2010, pages 531 - 542674 IJES: INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF ENVIROMENTAL STUDIES

9 Format: 1.Judul dan Penulis 2.Abstract 3.Introduction 4. Methodology 5. Results and discussion 6. Conclusions 7.References 8.Jumlah hal: 10-15 IJES: INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF ENVIROMENTAL STUDIES

10 Agroforestry Systems An International Journal incorporating Agroforestry Forum Editor-in-Chief: Shibu Jose ISSN: 0167-4366 (print version) ISSN: 1572-9680 (electronic version) Journal no. 10457 Springer Netherlands JOURNAL OF AGROFORESTRY SYSTEM (JAS)

11 Agroforestry Systems is a peer-reviewed international scientific journal presenting original research results, critical reviews and short communications on all aspects of agroforestry, including both biophysical and socioeconomic aspects. Coverage includes investigations of a fundamental or applied nature, research methodologies and techniques, and analytical descriptions of little-studied but potentially promising agroforestry and other integrated systems involving trees and crops and/or livestock. The editors choose for publication articles relevant to a broader context than the specific location of the study that provide new insight or significant contributions to the knowledge base. JOURNAL OF AGROFORESTRY SYSTEM (JAS)

12 Agroforestry Systems. Vol. 80, No 2, 203-209Vol. 80, No 2 Can oil palm plantations become bird friendly? Andrea NájeraAndrea Nájera and Javier A. SimonettiJavier A. Simonetti Abstract Despite the increasing claims that structural complexity in agroforestry plantations is a key variable for enhancing bird biodiversity, few studies have experimentally manipulated the understory component of structural complexity. Here, we examined the impact of removing understory vegetation from oil palm plantations on the richness and abundance of birds in eastern Guatemala, testing if bird richness and abundance are positively affected by the presence of understory vegetation. Oil palm plantations with understory hold more bird richness and abundance than those lacking it. The experimental removal of this vegetation, equivalent to a reduction in complexity, decreases bird richness but not abudance. Our analysis shows clear effects of vegetation removal on bird richness, such that removal reduces richness and abundance to levels found in areas without understory. Hence, leaving or implementing structural complexity within plantations could satisfy the current need of making commodity production a cleaner industry, fulfilling both, the production of highly demanded commodities and the conservation of biodiversity in productive landscapes. Oil palm (Elaeis guineensis) is one of the most rapidly expanding crop in tropical regions, representing the major cause of loss of natural forests and of the decline of endangered species in several countries. Enhancing understory vegetation might reduce such negative effects. This is one of the few experimental tests about how a component of the vegetation and structural complexity of plantations affects birds. Keywords Avifauna - Birds - Commodity - Guatemala - Structural complexity - Understo JOURNAL OF AGROFORESTRY SYSTEM (JAS)

13 Format: 1.Judul dan Penulis 2.Abstract 3.Introduction 4.Materials and methods 5.Results 6.Discussion 7.Acknowledgments 8.References 9.Jumlah halaman: 8-15 JOURNAL OF AGROFORESTRY SYSTEM (JAS)

14 Editor-in-Chief: Cecil C. Konijnendijk Danish Centre of Forest, Landscape and Planning University of Copenhagen Rolighedsvej 23 1958 Frederiksberg Denmark Tel. +45 35 33 18 09, e- mail:, Tel: +45 3324 7230, Email: URBAN FORESTRY & URBAN GREENING

15 Urban Forestry and Urban Greening is a refereed, international journal aimed at presenting high-quality research with urban and peri-urban woody and non-woody vegetation and its use, planning, design, establishment and management as its main topics. Contributions should focus on one or more of the following aspects: 1.Form and functions of urban forests and other vegetation, including aspects of urban ecology. 2.Policy-making, planning and design related to urban forests and other vegetation. 3.Selection and establishment of tree resources and other vegetation for urban environments. 4.Management of urban forests and other vegetation. URBAN FORESTRY & URBAN GREENING

16 Urban Forestry & Urban Greening. j.ufug.2010.06.008 j.ufug.2010.06.008 Evaluation of Anticipated Performance Index of some tree species for green belt development to mitigate traffic generated noise Vinita Pathak a, B.D. Tripathi, a, and V.K. Mishra a a a a Banaras Hindu University, Varanasi 221005, India Available online 17 September 2010. Abstract Green belts are effective tools for mitigation of traffic generated noise. For green belt development it is necessary that plants used for green belts must be tolerant to air pollution. In this study, the Air Pollution Tolerance Index (APTI) of plants commonly used for green belt establishment in Varanasi city, Uttar Pradesh, India was evaluated with the help of analysis of some biochemical parameters. On the basis of APTI and some biological and socioeconomic parameters of plants, the Anticipated Performance Index (API) of these plants was calculated. Among all the plants taken under consideration Ficus infectoria L. ranks first and is a keystone species. Mangifera indica L. and Ficus religiosa L. were classified into the ‘excellent’ category. The most suitable plant species for green belt development in urban areas were identified and recommended. Keywords: Peri-urban green space; Pollution; Noise reduction; Traffic noise URBAN FORESTRY & URBAN GREENING

17 Format: 1.Judul dan penulis 2.Abstract 3.Introduction 4.Materials and methods 5.Results 6.Discussion 7.Acknowledgements 8.References 9.Jumlah hal: 8-15 URBAN FORESTRY & URBAN GREENING

18 Editor:Ezequiel A Di PaoloIkerbasque - University of the Basque CountryEzequiel A Di Paolo Published in Association with International Society of Adaptive Behavior (ISAB) Impact Factor*: 1.911 Ranking: 36/102 in Computer Science, Artificial Intelligence 32/72 in Psychology, Experimental 4/68 in Social Sciences, Interdisciplinary * Journal Citation Reports®, Thomson Reuters, released June 2010 Electronic access: Adaptive Behavior is available electronically on SAGE Journals Online at ADAPTIVE BEHAVIOR Animals, Animats, Software Agents, Robots, Adaptive Systems

19 Adaptive Behavior is a highly ranked, international peer reviewed journal that publishes original research and review articles on adaptive behavior in living organisms and autonomous artificial systems. The journal explores mechanisms, organizational principles, and architectures that can be expressed in computational, physical, or mathematical models related to the both the functions and dysfunctions of adaptive behavior. The journal publishes articles, reviews, short communications, target articles and commentaries addressing challenges in the cognitive and behavioral sciences and including topics such as perception and motor control, embodied cognition, learning and evolution, neural mechanisms, action selection and behavioral sequences, motivation and emotion, characterization of environments, decision making, collective and social behavior, navigation, foraging, communication and signalling. ADAPTIVE BEHAVIOR Animals, Animats, Software Agents, Robots, Adaptive Systems

20 Adaptive Behavior. April 2009 vol. 17 no. 2 153-174 Balancing Population- and Individual-Level Adaptation in Changing Environments Ingo Paenke Deutsche Bahn Netz, Technology Division, Yaochu Jiningo.paenke@bahn.deYaochu Jin Honda Research Institute Europe Jürgen BrankeJürgen Branke The University of Warwick, Warwick Business School Abstract This article examines the interdependency of population-level adaptation (evolution) and individual-level adaptation (learning). More specifically, we assume a trade-off between the two means of adaptation, that is, a higher individual-level adaptation can only be achieved with a reduced population level adaptation and vice versa. This trade-off is apparent in computational evolutionary systems, and there is also evidence that it exists in nature. As we show, despite this considered trade-off, there exist environments in which a combined adaptation scheme is optimal. Furthermore, we demonstrate that the optimal adaptive behavior produced by a particular distribution of population- and individual-level adaptation depends on the environmental dynamics. Finally, we verify that the optimal balance (i.e., an optimal learning effort) can emerge from evolution when there is a trade-off between reproduction and lifetime. ADAPTIVE BEHAVIOR Animals, Animats, Software Agents, Robots, Adaptive Systems

21 Format: 1.Judul dan Penulis 2.Abstract 3.Introduction 4.Agency and Sense-Making 5.Social Interaction and Participatory Sense-Making 6.Impact of Social Interaction on 7.Individual Agency 8.Examples and Models 9.Upshot 10.Acknowledgments 11.References 12.Jumlah halaman: 10-20 ADAPTIVE BEHAVIOR Animals, Animats, Software Agents, Robots, Adaptive Systems

22 Format: 1.Judul dan Penulis 2.Abstract 3.Introduction 4.Materials and Methods 5.Computational Models 6.Results 7.Alternative Models 8.Discussion 9.Appendix 10.Acknowledgments 11.References 12.Jumlah halaman: 10-20 ADAPTIVE BEHAVIOR Animals, Animats, Software Agents, Robots, Adaptive Systems


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