Tourism ecological carrying capacity refers to the quantity ([hm.
c] for ecological carrying capacity per capita ([hm.
Ecological Footprint (EF) and ecological carrying capacity, one method to calculate the difference between natural resource ecological consumption needs (ecological footprint) from human beings and ecological supply (ecological carrying capacity) from the nature, was initially introduced by Canadian ecological economists Professor William Rees (Rees, 1992) and was gradually perfected with his doctoral student Wackemagel in 1996 (Rees, 1996).
This amount of M&Ms constitutes the plate's carrying capacity, so the plate can at no point hold more M&Ms.
The other principles group had imperfect compliance early on with their rule of taking five each, yet had managed to build the population back up to its carrying capacity when I ended the experiment after four periods.
He said: "With its high specification levels, huge carrying capacity
, and timeless design, the Fabia Estate Bohemia is showing the mini MPV category new class.
the Altea XL the vehicle is a five-seater, but with more rear leg room and greater carrying capacity
Andrea Bucci, marketing director at Iveco said: "Key to Daily's success in winning the Best Light Truck title two years in a row is its impressive load carrying capacity
, with the range including the largest panel van available on the market, offering a load carrying capacity
Yzat Toktomambetov, chief of Jalalabad oblast road administration department said these gold mining companies use trucks with a carrying capacity
of 45-60 tons on the bridges having a carrying capacity
of 25 tons only.
Several techniques have been used for determining the carrying capacity for this species.
Annual census data revealed the estimate of deer in the population, however, no data existed that showed the optimal carrying capacity of the park.
Works are being carried out to expand the carrying capacity
of the tunnels at this plant, which will increase installed capacity by 60 MW.