Molecular Diversity Preservation International | Land Portal
anal porno swinger porno milf porno sex grup porno zenci porno brazzers olgun porno brazzers
mdpi logo


Working languages: 


Molecular Diversity Preservation International (MDPI), an organization for deposit and exchange of molecular and biomolecular samples, was active in 1996-2010. 

Molecular Diversity Preservation International Resources

Displaying 1 - 10 of 21
Unpacking the Pacific Urban Agenda: Resilience Challenges and Opportunities cover image
Peer-reviewed publication
October 2017
Micronesia (region)
French Polynesia

Pacific Island Countries (PICs) are often cited as being the most vulnerable to the future impacts of a changing climate. Furthermore, being located in the ‘Pacific Rim of Fire’, PICs have long been exposed to the impacts of a range of natural and climate-related extreme events—such as earthquakes and cyclones—and are considered to be amongst the most vulnerable countries to natural disasters.

Journal Articles & Books
July 2017
Puerto Rico
Dominican Republic

Land change in the Greater Antilles differs markedly among countries because of varying socioeconomic histories and global influences. We assessed land change between 2001 and 2010 in municipalities (second administrative units) of Cuba, Dominican Republic, Haiti, Jamaica, and Puerto Rico.

Reports & Research
June 2017

The challenges associated with determining fair compensation for expropriated land have been extensively discussed and debated among scholars, practitioners, policymakers, and the public.

Journal Articles & Books
April 2017

The inability to monitor wetland drag coefficients at a regional scale is rooted in the difficulty to determine vegetation structure from remote sensing data. Based on the fact that the backscattering coefficient is sensitive to marsh vegetation structure, this paper presents a methodology to estimate the drag coefficient from a combination of SAR images, interaction models and ancillary data.

Peer-reviewed publication
May 2016
Papua New Guinea

This paper consists of a review of existing literature relating to Incorporated Land Groups in Papua New Guinea (PNG), followed by a case study of two urban incorporated land groups (ILGs) in the city of Lae. The paper is an attempt at assessing the sustainability of ILGs in the country. The challenges facing the ILGs have heightened public fears that the land groups may not be sustainable.

Journal Articles & Books
December 2015

This paper presents a critical review of the physical impacts of decentralized water supply systems on existing centralized water infrastructures. This paper highlights the combination of centralized and decentralized systems, which is referred to as hybrid water supply systems. The system is hypothesized to generate more sustainable and resilient urban water systems.

Peer-reviewed publication
August 2014

The definition and the subsequent development of eco-industrial parks (EIPs) have been deeply based on the application of industrial ecology theory, which pays specific attention to metabolic exchanges within industrial processes to address a deep reduction of limited resource consumption and a minimization of waste production in the framework of a sustainable development approach.

Share this page