Mannheim, Germany (PRWEB) November 28, 2013
After integration of the scientific information contributed by GeoScience.net, EurekaMag.com now provides a total of 38,897,688 bibliographic references from as early as the beginning of the 18th century. 22,387,131 or 58% of these entries feature a summary of their scientific content. With the inclusion of a large number of geographic references earlier retrievable from GeoScience.net only, EurekaMag.com thrives to become a leading provider of scientific information in the basic and applied natural sciences including biology, geography and health.
The Research Section 13 of the Life, Earth & Health Sciences Magazine contains a large number of the newly included geographic content. For example, Chapter 12126 of this section provides 293 studies on earth-sciences studies including the following entries about "Geographic Information Systems" (GIS) research: geographic information system predictions of past, present habitat distribution and areas for re-introduction of the endangered subtropical rainforest shrub Triunia robusta (Proteaceae) from south-east Queensland Australia, geographic information system and database for the soil survey for the State of Kuwait, geographic information system method for assessing chemo-diversity in medicinal plants, and geographic information systems in fisheries management and planning. Many more articles focus on the geographic variance, variability and variation of biological species on earth. Examples include the geographic range size, seedling ecophysiology and phenotypic plasticity in Australian Acacia species, geographic variability in lidar predictions of forest stand structure in the Pacific Northwest, geographic variation in diet composition of the grass snake along the mainland and an island of Italy, and geographic variation in habitat differentiation of subalpine forests in northeastern Japan.
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