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Mapping Terminologies: Problems

Mapping Terminologies: Problems

Mapping Terminologies: Problems Alan Gilchrist Cura Consortium and TFPL Ltd. HILT Workshop, Glasgow, 19 June 2001 Documents Archives (Author’s Language ) Indexing language Indexing language or Natural Language Artefacts Searcher’s language Object Input Database

By johana
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Temperate deciduous (mesophytic) forests

Temperate deciduous (mesophytic) forests

Temperate deciduous (mesophytic) forests. Distribution Climate Soils Forest types and structure Plant ecophysiology Fauna History (Tertiary - PD) Disturbance Forest clearance Succession. Global distribution of the biome. Deciduous forests.

By pomona
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Fauna

Fauna

Fauna.

By torie
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Mountain Alpine Tundra

Mountain Alpine Tundra

Mountain Alpine Tundra. By: Daisy B-H. and Patrick P. “http://www.blueplanetbiomes.org/alpine.htm”. Mountain Alpine Tundra. Found at high altitudes all over the world No trees are able to grow here The growing season is 180 days. Mountain Alpine Tundra Map .

By frieda
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ISO 14001: 2004 Requirements

ISO 14001: 2004 Requirements

ISO 14001: 2004 Requirements. By Innovative Matrix Softech Pvt Ltd www.ISOhelpline.com. Introduction. Introduce Yourself with some little known facts about you. Today’s Agenda. 1. Why EMS / Benefits 2. Introduction to ISO 3 . Emergence of EMS Standards 4 . ISO 14000 Series

By borna
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Grocott’s Mail

Grocott’s Mail

Grocott’s Mail. Policy for reporting on issues regarding the ENVIRONMENT. Research Group. Nicola Kane Lindsay du Plessis Jacqueline van Staden Wilma den Hartigh Stephan Buchanan. Research Aims.

By aden
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Restoration planning – closing the loop

Restoration planning – closing the loop

Restoration planning – closing the loop. Stephen Hartley* & Frances Forsyth# *School of Biological Sciences & Centre for Biodiversity and Restoration Ecology Victoria University of Wellington # Wildland Consultants Ltd Based on a presentation by Colin Meurck (2010 restoration day),

By filia
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Billabongs	 bil·la·bong (bĭl ' ə-bông', -bŏng') n. Australian.

Billabongs bil·la·bong (bĭl ' ə-bông', -bŏng') n. Australian.

Billabongs bil·la·bong (bĭl ' ə-bông', -bŏng') n. Australian. What is a billabong?. bil·la·bong (bĭl ' ə-bông', -bŏng') n. Australian. A dead-end channel extending from the main stream of a river. A streambed filled with water only in the rainy season. A stagnant pool or backwater.

By malana
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3.4 An Amazing Journey

3.4 An Amazing Journey

3.4 An Amazing Journey. 7SE JWO 2014. Coming to Australia. Ice Age in the Pleistocene period ended 10000 years ago Northern Hemisphere – water frozen into ice sheets and icebergs and glaciers Sea levels 100m lower than today More land visible

By gypsy
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By Todd Jones

By Todd Jones

Brazi lian Power Point. By Todd Jones. Wildlife Of Brazil. Brazil’s Wildlife Contains more than 1/3 of species in the Earth. The Fauna are composed of Mammals,Reptiles,Insects , and Birds. Geography. Brazil is the Largest country in South America.

By patia
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A Geographical Look at Southeast Asia:

A Geographical Look at Southeast Asia:

A Geographical Look at Southeast Asia:. A Region of Beautiful and Exotic Lands. Southeast Asia. Physical map of southeast Asia depicting countries and bodies of water. Satellite Image of Southeast Asia. Subregion of Asia. Countries. Main Bodies of Water. Andaman Sea Bay of Bengal

By sasha
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Презентация по теме «Австралия» для 9 класса УМК « New Millennium English »

Презентация по теме «Австралия» для 9 класса УМК « New Millennium English »

Презентация по теме «Австралия» для 9 класса УМК « New Millennium English ». Australia. Main features of climate, flora and fauna. The flag and the coat of arms.

By aulii
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Vocabulary 1

Vocabulary 1

Vocabulary 1. Vocabulary 2. Vocabulary 3. Vocabulary 4. 100. 100. 100. 100. 200. 200. 200. 200. 300. 300. 300. 300. 400. 400. 400. 400. 500. 500. 500. 500. to spin, go around a center point. Revolve. working or being used for only a short time; not lasting forever.

By agalia
(186 views)

TUNDRA

TUNDRA

TUNDRA. The Alpine Biome. Connor D. The Arctic Tundra is the earths newest biome It formed about 10,000 years ago Located at 55˚to 70˚North latitude, tundra covers about 20% of the earths surface

By major
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AustraliaN DESERTS

AustraliaN DESERTS

AustraliaN DESERTS. A desert is defined as a dry, often sandy region of little rainfall, extreme temperatures, and sparse vegetation . Not all deserts are hot . Some of the worlds largest deserts, such as The Gobi Desert in Mongolia, reach temperatures of -40 degrees. What is a desert?.

By yitta
(381 views)

Asexual Reproduction in Australian Flora and Fauna

Asexual Reproduction in Australian Flora and Fauna

Asexual Reproduction in Australian Flora and Fauna. Asexual Reproduction. Produces pop’s with little genetic diversity (the only differences are from mutations) Is more common in plants. Activity: In pairs, list as many advantages and disadvantages as you can for asexual reproduction.

By vinaya
(145 views)

Mauritius - country with the lowest criminality

Mauritius - country with the lowest criminality

Daniel F ecko . Mauritius - country with the lowest criminality. In southwest Indian Ocean 900 km east of Madagaskar Part of Mascarene islands. Where Mauritius is ?. Area : 2 040 km ² (179th) Curency : Mauritian rupee (MUR) Density : 630/ km ² Capital city: Port Louis

By helmut
(162 views)

Fauna

Fauna

Fauna. Can anything made by man, even get close to the beauty of nature?. R.B. THE END. THE END. The End. R. B.

By oralee
(117 views)

Fraser island

Fraser island

Fraser island. Western beach. location. Fraser island is located along the southern coast of Queensland, Australia. It is about 200km north of Brisbane. Fraser island length runs for 120km and is approximately 24km wide. Its area is approximately 1840 km2. Geography and ecology.

By evania
(488 views)

Field Activities by Study Type

Field Activities by Study Type

Field sampling and analyses: Alvin and 2007 ROV cruise Part 1: Overview (a look at the forest, before the trees). Field Activities by Study Type. Descriptive studies Species present (and biogeographic patterns) Community descriptions Visitations by mobile fauna Chemistry surveys

By stacey
(106 views)

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