California Seaweed eFlora Understanding the consequences of global climate change and anthropogenic alteration of the marine environment The California coastal environment has suffered from the consequences of rapid population growth: alteration or degradation as the result of development, pollution, overfishing, oil drilling, mariculture and global marine transportation. Habitats for seaweeds, especially in southern California, are vastly different than they were 100 years ago. We know that biological consequences of global climate changes in the Pacific marine environment will be broad-reaching. Species ranges will expand or contract, depending on physiological tolerances and capacities to adapt to new conditions. Shifts in geographic ranges have proceeded more rapidly in marine vs. terrestrial systems, with a high potential for community-level changes.
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Safety of Novel Protein Sources (Insects, Microalgae, Seaweed, Duckweed, and Rapeseed) and Legislative Aspects for Their Application in Food and Feed Production - Spiegel - 2013 - Comprehensive Reviews in Food Science and Food Safety Introduction In response to the Kyoto Protocol on the global climate, the European Union (EU) made agreements on reducing greenhouse gas emissions. Major sources of these gas emissions are cattle breeding and related meat consumption (Steinfeld and others 2006; Van Beukering and others 2008). Alltech – 2014 Global Feed Survey Summary – Animal Feed Market In the last days I had a look in to Alltech survey 2014 comparing with the same informations from 2013 report. During 2013 the first 20 countries produced 751,7 million tons of feed from a total of 954 million, respectively 78,8%. The total feed produced during 2014 was estimated by Alltech at 963 million tons and the top 20 produced “only” 749,6 million tons, 77,8% from the entire world feed production. The Alltech 2014 Global Feed Survey Summary is available in the follow link:
Rupert Barneby Catalog The Barneby Catalogue The Barneby Legume Catalogue holds data from the subset of the legume collection that includes specimens of the 33 genera (see List on this page) that were monographed by the late, world-renowned taxonomist Rupert C. Barneby (1911-2000) and his collaborators, Howard S. Irwin and James W.