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  • Soil organic carbon in long–term experiments: comparative analysis in Slovakia and Serbia 

    Macák, M.; Đalović, I.; Turan, J.; Šeremešić, S.; Tyr, S.; Milošev, D.; Kulina, M. (2017)
    Soil organic carbon plays an important role in a long-term agroecosystem productivity, in the global C cycle, maintaining a soil nutrient pool and improving its availability. The objective of this study is the assess the ...
  • Study of clonal variation of 'Bidaneh Ghermez' grapevine cultivar in Iran 

    Ataei, R.; Gholamhoseini, M.; Nejatian, M. A.; Golmohammadi, M. (2017)
    Grapevine (Vitis vinifera L.) is a well - known plant including different cultivars and clones. In spite of the extensive works at the cultivar level, identification and determination of clonal genetic variation ...
  • Substantial factors influencing drivers’ comfort in transportation 

    Zewdie, R.; Kic, P. (2017)
    Research shows that driver stress is associated with workload and fatigue, and an inappropriate microclimate in the driving cabin can have an impact on overall driver’s safety. The aim of this scientific study is to ...
  • Through economic growth to the viability of rural space 

    Rivza, B.; Kruzmetra, M.; Zaluksne, V. (2017)
    Rural areas as a living space for the population has been increasingly explored in official documents of various EU institutions and in research topics. Both the documents and the research papers stress the necessity to ...
  • Unified client service centres for rural development and smart governance in Latvia 

    Sunina, L.; Rivza, B. (2017)
    Nowadays rapid increase of technological environment allows residents to be more mobile, choose working place, different from one’s place of residence, start a new business or transfer company to rural areas, thus promoting ...
  • Work strain predictors in construction work 

    Roja, Z.; Kalkis, H.; Roja, I.; Zalkalns, J.; Sloka, B. (2017)
    The aim of this study was to predict the work strain indicators for construction workers and to work out measures for prevention of strain at work. Subjective and objective research methods were utilized in the research, ...

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