longii on anthropogenically
disturbed sites were infected with an unidentified pathogen causing their flowering stalks to rot, 27% of B.
2] is also the only greenhouse gas capable of being anthropogenically
sequestered out of the atmosphere.
The scissor-tailed flycatcher generally is common in anthropogenically
disturbed areas, has not shown evidence of decline, and is listed as a species of Least Concern by the International Union for the Conservation of Nature and Natural Resources (http://www.
Several factors may influence this compositional change, including greater browsing pressure by deer, suppression of fire, and anthropogenically
generated habitat stresses.
Although, this phylogeographic homogeneity could be a natural scenario, the homogenizing consequence of farming transplantation is not negligible with regard to anthropogenically
mediated gene flow through seed transplantation into cultivation areas (Winter et al.
Therefore, while the observed low population density may be natural, the low density increases the potential impact of direct anthropogenically
The stone (bedrock and anthropogenically
modified) exposed longest on the surface has taken on a dark grey surface colour, whereas more recent structures, such as the early modern houses, have a white to light grey colour with reddish stains on quarry faces.
Warmer oceans associated with anthropogenically
mediated climate change also pose risks for human health (Harvell et al.
maackii present, absent, and removed) at an anthropogenically
disturbed and an undisturbed forest stand in Oxford, Ohio (Butler County).
All plots were characterised by similar soil conditions (light gray forest soils with anthropogenically
mixed upper horizons) and a normal moistening regime.
induced changes in sediment and biogenic silica fluxes in Chesapeake Bay.
uk/projgall/blockley), and radiocarbon dates taken from anthropogenically
modified non-human material (Table 2 at http://antiquity.