Schweizerbart and its affiliate company Gebr. Borntraeger publish
and distribute printed and electronic scholarly journals, book series and monographs. We are privately owned and operated by scientists, independent we do provide all services related to publishing and marketing scientific content worldwide in print and electronic form.
Schweizerbart Science Publishers was founded by Emanuel Schweizerbart in 1826 as a publishing house with an emphasis on historical works. Shortly after its foundation, the program changed and Schweizerbart concentrated on publishing scholarly journals and books in the sciences, mainly Earth and environmental sciences, aquatic ecology, anthropology, medicine, zoology. Gebr. Borntraeger publishers were founded in 1790. It has an active program in the Earth and environmental sciences.
Soil and Water Resources Protection in the Changing Environment
The book is of particular interest for all readers involved in resp. interested in soil, landscape and water resources protection and the role climate change and legislative processes play. It offers analysis, facts, new data, suggestions and portrays the current state of recommendations on soil and water resources issues, which are crucial elements in the functioning of environment.
Sustainable Water and Agricultural Land Use in the Guanting Basin
The book presents research results of a Chinese-German scenario study that explored sustainable water and land use management strategies in the Guanting Basin. The basin, located northwest of Beijing, is facing dramatic water challenges. Originally, the research approach has been developed in the German landscape for the Elbe River. Within the Guanting project this approach - and model chain - was transferred to completely different conditions of an East Asian landscape and river basin.
The Diatom genus Pinnularia from Great Xing'an Mountains, China
In this volume diatoms of the genus Pinnularia from the Great Xing’an Mountains (in northeastern China), a very pristine region with a great diversity of habitat types, are described.
This work will contribute significantly to our understanding of the diversity of the genus Pinnularia overall, and especially in China.
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