2.0 Literature review 2.1 Mangroves Mangrove forests shapes one of the main wetland types in Peninsular Malaysia, which is known as one of the basic key life sustaining systems in the world. The significance of mangrove forests is where it plays a role more than a habitat for many endangered flora and fauna species (Jusoff, K. & Bin Hj Taha, D, 2009). This study will be conducted on marine aquatic resources that rely on mangrove rehabilitation program specifically situated in Kuala Sepetang, Perak. The marine aquatic resources are basically being dependable on the sources that are provided by the mangrove trees. At the end of the twentieth century, the concern of science began to focus on the revolutionary loss of naturally occurring
Perhaps the most important role is to protect the coastal areas from erosion by waves, storm surge (especially during hurricanes) and reserve safe and organic material rich places as nurseries for many typesof fish, crustaceans and other marine organisms. In addition, mangrove protects the coral reef environments by trapping costal sediments. Moreover, mangrove plants media has tremendous momentum of biodiversity including many marine and land organisms andconsidered as suitable settlement for nesting birds. Therefore, mangrove plants provide shelter and nutrients to their
Table of contents 1.0 Introduction 2.0 Greenways conservation value and habitat fragmentation 4.0 Case study : Florida's ecological Greenways Network 5.0 Case study :The Kronberg in Hannover 6.0 Conclusion 7.0 Bibliography Introduction Greenways are essentially green corridors or connections which can be used as environmental buffers within an urban area. They are known for their ability to connect people and places together. They can come in many forms some natural such as rivers and streams and others manmade like a railroad bed and utility corridors. Originally greenways were used as a way of preventing urban sprawl and separate settlements. Greenways have developed somewhat since then and have many benefits such as creating
- around 1:00 p.m. Closed: Sun, Holidays, and 1st to 3rd Wed of every month (Some shops have different schedules) Address: 5-2-1 Tsukiji Chuo-ku Tokyo Contact information Tsukiji Outdoor Market Commercial District Promotion Association Phone: 03-3541-9466 3. Omi-Cho Market (Ishikawa) Omi- cho market is a seasonal food market. The market comprises of seafood product seller, vegetable and fruits sellers. The market is an open market that comprises largely fish sellers. The market was established over 280 years ago.
Mangroves also help to maintain water quality and regulate our climate, by the uptake of pollutants, cycling of nutrients and sequestration and long-term storage of carbon. Furthermore, mangrove ecosystem can give lots of benefits since it is suitable as the recreational areas, education, development of management plan, research and development and ecotourism. Mangrove also is important as cultural services too because the nonmaterial benefits people obtain from visiting or using the mangroves including for spiritual or religious practices, ties with cultural heritage and recreational experiences purpose. Below are the details about the functions of mangrove ecosystem in
The Hohokam peoples built irrigation canals so that they harvest two crops per year. The Hohokam peoples worked together in organized groups to maintain these canals. They lived together in permanent towns which were connected by the canals. In each town lived several hundred residents where they worked, practiced their religion, and created art. 6.)
(2006) reported that transition from synthetic fertilization to compost tea may be feasible because much of the environmental pollution was happened in recent years. Also, tea produced from compost manure suppressed plant disease. Enteshari et al. (2012) mentioned that excessive use of fertilizers disturb the ecological balance and biological environment and also has caused many environmental hazards. However, using of organic compost reduces the negative effects of chemical fertilizer and improves water retention and enhances soil
5.2 Promote Private Public Partnership for investments in the Industry The private sector would be involved in the development of tourism in Ghana should also come in the form of financial support to the public sector to implements projects that would be geared toward a vibrant tourism in Ghana. A public-private marketing forum should be established to facilitate joint decision making, agreement of joint marketing programs and ensuring that public and private tourism stakeholders promote a common brand identity and messages. 5.3 Market and Promote Ghana as a Competitive Tourism
Japan is an island nation with high-technology and long history in Eastern Asia. It is divided by the Honshu, Shikoku, Kyushu, Hokkaido four largest islands and more than 7200 islands surrounding along the Pacific Ocean, with a total area of 37.8 million square kilometers. These islands are all located between latitudes 24° and 46°N, longitudes 112° and 146°E. Moreover, Japan is dominated by temperate and subtropical monsoon climate, mild climate, four distinct seasons, with typical marine characteristics. As the country sits across the latitude of 25 degrees, the temperature difference between North and south is very significant.
They are hot-dry, hot-humid, cold-humid and cold-dry. Agriculture is the backbone of Indian economy as 70-74% of the people are involved in agricultural activities like plantation, harvesting and processing. Eastern and southeastern part of the country produces rice as their common food. Processing of the rice require nearly 700Kcal of heat and 3 units of electricity. Most of the rice mills are adjacent to the agriculture producing areas.