Journal of environmental protection and ecology (J ENVIRON PROT ECOL)
Current impact factor: 0.84
Impact Factor Rankings
|2016 Impact Factor ||Available summer 2017 |
|2014 / 2015 Impact Factor ||0.838 |
|2013 Impact Factor ||0.338 |
|2012 Impact Factor ||0.259 |
|2011 Impact Factor ||0.102 |
|2010 Impact Factor ||0.178 |
|2009 Impact Factor ||0.168 |
Impact factor over time
|5-year impact ||0.61 |
|Cited half-life ||3.00 |
|Immediacy index ||0.04 |
|Eigenfactor ||0.00 |
|Article influence ||0.02 |
|ISSN ||1311-5065 |
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ABSTRACT: The study is a part of a complex research on developing a carp genetic breeding program to ensure bioresources for future generations and preserve the natural environment. The work is to identify the selection indices using two morphological characters that can lead to maximizing the production of meat in a population of Ropsa cyprinids. Biological material considered was the 50 individuals of Ropsa carp, from 5 families monitored until the age of two years and one summer. The selection index structure has been characters that can be measured on animal alive like the live weight, the length and maximum height of the body. For each variant was determined the line vector of partial regression coefficients and the hierarchy was based on the accuracy of genetic evaluation (rI,H) and genetic progress (H) offered by each variant. After calculating selection indices for the two characters, it was found that selection to maximize production of meat in a cyprinid population of Ropsa breed can be performed on an index for couple of characters: maximum live weight and body height. It has recorded a selection accuracy of 74.36% and provides a genetic gain of 45.098 grams for live weight. By transformation of morphological characters of individuals in the population of cyprinids can increase the quantity of meat/individual and contribute to sustainable aquaculture development..
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ABSTRACT: Certain vulnerable bathing areas of the Southern Romanian littoral units are strongly influenced by the progress of the inland and coastal works in the context of sea level rise on a regional and local scale. The sand cells and new formed artificial sandy beaches include the sediment changes between submerged shore and adjacent; they are the major issues within the sediment budget of littoral areas. The paper provides an outline of the outcome of a series of studies carried out for the certain bathing areas of the southern Romanian littoral, especially of Mamaia Bay, with a view to providing an assessment of the ecological levels of impact induced by the coastal works and delineation of several coastal protection required solutions, extended in order to reduce the impact on the coastal hydrodynamics, its compliance with the ecologically accepted energetic parameters.
Keywords: coastal processes, coastal works, ecological impact, bathing areas, ICZM (Integrated Coastal Zone Management).
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