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Exploring Farmers’ Perceptions of Agricultural Technologies: A Case Study from Tanzania
The low agricultural productivity of key crops and food insecurity continue to be key issues in Sub-Saharan Africa (SSA) and Tanzania. The growing population, depleting resources, and changing climate further amplify these ...
Music Teachers’ Perspectives and Experiences of Ensemble and Learning Skills
In this article, we report data from two survey studies administered to expert music teachers. Both questionnaires aimed to explore teachers’ pedagogical and performative practice and included open questions elucidating ...
Perception of Natural Hazards in Rural Areas: A Case Study Examination of the Influence of Seasonal Weather
A series of factors affect the social perception of hazards in a rural context. This article analyzes how weather conditions influence farmers’ perceptions of natural hazards. In order to understand the relationship between ...
Standards for Methods Utilizing Environmental DNA for Detection of Fish Species
Environmental DNA (eDNA) techniques are gaining attention as cost-effective, non-invasive strategies for acquiring information on fish and other aquatic organisms from water samples. Currently, eDNA approaches are used to ...
Examining the Effectiveness of Climate Change Communication with Adolescents in Vietnam: The Role of Message Congruency
Climate change makes coastal communities more vulnerable to floods associated with storm surges and sea level rise, requiring both adaptation and mitigation measures. Moreover, proper understanding of flood risks and their ...
Vertical Root Distribution of Different Cover Crops Determined with the Profile Wall Method
Many benefits of cover crops such as prevention of nitrate leaching, erosion reduction, soil organic carbon enhancement and improvement of soil structure are associated with roots. However, including root characteristics ...