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SOL 4.8 Natural Resources

SOL 4.8 Natural Resources

SOL 4.8 Natural Resources Natural Resources: a usable supply; naturally occurring substances used by humans Essential Knowledge A. Compare and contrast natural and man-made resources.

By lotus
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USDA Forest Service National Aerial Imagery Status Report

USDA Forest Service National Aerial Imagery Status Report

USDA Forest Service National Aerial Imagery Status Report Bill Belton Assistant Remote Sensing Program Manager USDA Planning Meeting December 2, 2008 Forest Service Organization - National Headquarters in Washington, DC - 9 Regional Offices - 155 National Forests and 20 Grasslands

By MikeCarlo
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Chapter 13: Multiple Use Forestry and Forest Planning

Chapter 13: Multiple Use Forestry and Forest Planning

Chapter 13: Multiple Use Forestry and Forest Planning. Text: Cubbage et al., 1992. What do we know about Forest Planning? For what? For whom? By whom? By when? With what?. Proxy Falls, Wilamette National Forest, Oregon. http://www.fotosearch.com/DGV076/200179076-001/.

By Anita
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Ethics & Hunter Responsibility

Ethics & Hunter Responsibility

Ethics & Hunter Responsibility. Key Topics. Why Do We Have Hunting Laws? Hunter Ethics Field Care of Game The Five Stages of Hunter Development. Objectives. You should be able to… Understand why we have laws Identify opportunities to go hunting on public and private land

By tamatha
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Revising the Nantahala and Pisgah National Forests’ Land Management Plan

Revising the Nantahala and Pisgah National Forests’ Land Management Plan

Revising the Nantahala and Pisgah National Forests’ Land Management Plan. Phase 1 – The Assessment of the Existing Condition of the Forests. Phase 2 – Develop the Revised Plan. Nantahala and Pisgah National Forests. Cities and Counties have land use plans – so do national forests

By patience
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USDA Forest Service: What have we done for you lately?

USDA Forest Service: What have we done for you lately?

USDA Forest Service: What have we done for you lately?. Kerry O. Britton National Program Leader for Forest Pathology Research & Development USDA Forest Service Arlington, VA. NPDRS, 2011. The National Forests and Grasslands 193 million acres.

By capucine
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What is Ecology?

What is Ecology?

What is Ecology?. Origin of the word is the Greek word oikos meaning “household, home, place to live” Clearly, ecology deals with the organism and its place to live, its environment Became better known in the 1960s but quickly became confused with environmentalism. Environmentalism.

By abel
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Careers in Geography

Careers in Geography

Careers in Geography. It’s worth considering. Human Geography. Teacher ($25,000-$93,000) Researcher ($23,000-$80,000) Planner ($31,000-$77,000) Marketing director ($39,000-$100,000) Diplomat Area specialist International business representative Journalist Travel agent

By Lucy
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GSA Training Conference and Expo 2010

GSA Training Conference and Expo 2010

GSA Training Conference and Expo 2010. Improving Green Operations - Using BioPreferred to Serve and Clean Green. Jim Evanoff Environmental Protection Specialist Yellowstone National Park.

By sinead
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Working with State and Federal Regulatory and Land Management Agencies

Working with State and Federal Regulatory and Land Management Agencies

Working with State and Federal Regulatory and Land Management Agencies. Trent Wickman USDA Forest Service Eastern Region, Lakes States. Who are the Federal Land Managers? (FLMs). USDA Forest Service – Class I Wildernesses on National Forests National Park Service - Class I National Parks

By lyneth
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Forest Stressors Introduction

Forest Stressors Introduction

Forest Stressors Introduction. Man causes stress on forest ecosystems Preserve resources for future generations Need to change behavior Commonsense measures of environmental harm . Forest Stressors What’s at Stake. Forest coverage: 34, 32, 26 per cent

By roana
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Land and Water Use

Land and Water Use

Land and Water Use. Part 2. Forestry. Ecological Services. Providing wildlife habitat Carbon sinks Affecting local climate patterns Purifying air and water Reducing soil erosion Providing energy and nutrient cycling. Tree Plantations.

By archer
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Frequency Management

Frequency Management

Frequency Management. Aka why you can detect any astronomical signals at all. Dr. Karen O’Neil. Green Bank Site Director. Frequency Management. Does it really matter?. Frequency Management. Does it really matter?. GBT observations with p ocket digital camera ON and OFF.

By amable
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Using a Scorecard to Incorporate Climate Change in U.S. National Forest System Management

Using a Scorecard to Incorporate Climate Change in U.S. National Forest System Management

Using a Scorecard to Incorporate Climate Change in U.S. National Forest System Management. Dr. David Cleaves Senior Climate Change Advisor U.S. Department of Agriculture – Forest Service 1 st European Evaluators Network Forum Leuven, Belgium 9-10 February 2012.

By gisela
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Progressive Presidents

Progressive Presidents

Progressive Presidents. Two president emerged as being the most influential in the progressive era, Theodore Roosevelt and Woodrow Wilson. Sandwiched between these two presidents was William Taft who is also considered to be a progressive president, but progression slowed under his leadership.

By emmy
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Conservation

Conservation

Conservation. Chapter 6. Conserving Biodiversity. Population biology principles small populations of a species are more likely to become extinct than large populations easier to prevent “ endangered status ” than “ endangered ” to extinct

By vance
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Chequamegon - Nicolet FOREST OVERVIEW

Chequamegon - Nicolet FOREST OVERVIEW

Chequamegon - Nicolet FOREST OVERVIEW. History National Forest System Overview. US Forests. 155 National Forests in 41 States and Puerto Rico About 190 million acres. Eastern Region (Region 9). ". “Islands of green in a sea of people". Forest Facts:. Established in the 1930s.

By duer
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National Parks

National Parks

National Parks. 9/26/11. What is the resource conservation ethic? . Gifford Penshall’s philosophy: People should maximize resource use based on the greatest good for everyone.

By amara
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Secure Rural Schools and Community Self-Determination Act

Secure Rural Schools and Community Self-Determination Act

Secure Rural Schools and Community Self-Determination Act. US Forest Service May 23, 2011. Purposes of the Act. Stabilize and transition payments to states for schools and roads Invest in the land and create employment opportunities

By osma
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Natural Resources Any natural material that is used by humans

Natural Resources Any natural material that is used by humans

Natural Resources Any natural material that is used by humans. Renewable Energy – a natural resource that can be replaced at the same rate at which the resource is used. Non-renewable Energy – a resource that forms at a rate that is much slower than the rate it is consumed.

By azuka
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