bu,press

http://bupress.unibz.it/en/

About

The bu,press OA programme includes all printed publications, except the publications of the Faculty of Design and the Master Casaclima publications. The OA publications are made freely available from the bu,press website after an embargo of 6 months from the date of publication.

Peer review info

bu,press books listed in DOAB have undergone an external peer review process.

The publication output is supervised by the press’ editorial board to ensure scientific quality and adherence to academic standards. The editorial board consists of one delegate from each faculty and the rector as president.

The review process is structured as follows: bu,press first checks formal, linguistic and technical criteria of the manuscript. Manuscripts meeting the required quality standards are forwarded to anonymous external reviewers selected by the press’ editorial board. Finally, manuscripts need to be approved for publication by the editorial board and in particular by its president. Scripta Ladina Brixinensia series review process: bu,press first checks formal, linguistic and technical criteria of the manuscript. Manuscripts meeting the required quality standards are reviewed by the series’scientific board, consisting of external experts selected by the press’editorial board. All titles require final approval by the president of the editorial board.

http://bupress.unibz.it/en/peer-review

License info

bu,press OA publications are available under the CC BY SA license in order to ensure maximum dissemination and availability.

http://bupress.unibz.it/en/open-access


Browse results: Found 11

Listing 11 - 11 of 11 << page
of 2
>>
Sustainable Water Management and Wetland Restoration Strategies in Northern China

Authors: --- --- --- --- et al.
ISBN: 9788860460691 9788860461094 Year: Pages: 242 Language: English
Publisher: bu,press
Subject: Environmental Sciences
Added to DOAB on : 2017-11-23 11:02:25
License:

Loading...
Export citation

Choose an application

Abstract

This book depicts the results of a research project in northern China, where an international and interdisciplinary team of researchers from Italy, Germany and China has applied a broad range of methodology in order to answer basic and applied research questions and derive comprehensive recommendations for sustainable water management and wetland restoration. The project primarily focused on ecosystem services, e.g. the purification of water and biomass production. In particular, the ecosystem function and use of reed (Phragmites australis) and the perception as well as the value of water as a resource for Central Asia's multicultural societies was analysed.

Listing 11 - 11 of 11 << page
of 2
>>