DNA adsorption on the clay was observed to be highest (Lorenz and Wackernagel
, 1994) than sand ( 100 folds lower than clay) and silt (intermediate between sand and clay) (Levy-Booth et al.
1991; Lorenz and Wackernagel
, 1994; Paget and Simonet, 1994; Thomas and Nielsen, 2005; Yin and Stotzky, 1997).
com/news/earths-resources-in-ecological-deficit-for-rest-of-2014-says-group/) Mathis Wackernagel
Warnery E, Ielsch G, Lajaunie C, Cale E, Wackernagel
H, Debayle C, et al.
Las ciudades requieren para su normal funcionamiento de la entrada de alimentos, bienes y energia desde el exterior (Odum, 1971, 1994; Rees, 1992; Vitousek, Ehrlich, Ehrlich & Matson 1986; Wackernagel
& Yount, 1998); y en tanto lugares de consumo, su contribucion a las emisiones de Gases de Efecto Invernadero (GEI) se ha estimado entre el 40% y el 70% del total mundial (Satterthwaite, 2008; Walraven, 2009).
of the Global Footprint Network worries that the failure to accept living within planetary boundaries results from politicians taking a "lose last" approach.
, cofounder and chief executive of the organisation, said: "Making it happen takes effort.
Rees and Wackernagel
 recognized that ecological footprints were key to urban sustainability.
In his 1938 classic, The World of the Florentine Renaissance Artist, Martin Wackernagel
put his Anger on the biggest hurdle to understanding the city's religious art: 'Almost all the important altarpieces from Florentine churches have survived solely in museums.
Former member of the Red Army Faction, known in its early days as the Baader-Meinhof gang Christof Wackernagel
will be on a panel of experts speaking at the debate.
It measures how much biologically productive and mutually exclusive land area is necessary to provide humanity with the goods and services it requires with the current technology (Wackernagel
and Rees, 1996; Wackernagel
subtilis and Acinetobacter calcoaceticus, can take up DNA fragments independent of their sequence (Lorenz & Wackernagel