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Ecofeminism

Ecofeminism

Ecofeminism Chapter One: Taking Empirical Data Seriously Ecofeminist Philosophical Perspective Trees, forests, and desertification, water and drought, food production, poverty and toxic waste and environmental issues, what is it to do with women?

By JasminFlorian
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North America The Continent Series

North America The Continent Series

North America The Continent Series. VMS Library 2008-2009. Satellite View. Longitude / Latitude. Unique features. Highest peak is Denali, Alaska Rugby, North Dakota center point of North America. North America’s Size. 4.8% of the earth’s surface 3 rd largest continent

By Leo
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GIS and Layers

GIS and Layers

GIS and Layers. Developed by Oklahoma 4-H. Beginnings of GIS. Began in the 1960s Use was mainly in the public sector Has roots in cartography and mapping Major influence on geography in the 1980s and 1990s. Definition of GIS. G eographic I nformation S ystem

By kelvin
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Endemic trees of the Cache River and Tree Identification

Endemic trees of the Cache River and Tree Identification

Endemic trees of the Cache River and Tree Identification. Jon E. Schoonover Email: jschoon@siu.edu Phone: 618-453-7468. Education. A.S. Kaskaskia Jr. College B.S. Forest Resource Management, SIUC M.S. Forest Hydrology, SIUC Riparian Buffers in Ag. Systems

By kuper
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PCB 3043L - General Ecology

PCB 3043L - General Ecology

PCB 3043L - General Ecology. Data Analysis. OUTLINE. Organizing an ecological study Basic sampling terminology Statistical analysis of data Why use statistics? Describing data Measures of central tendency Measures of spread Normal distributions Using Excel Producing tables

By trudy
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Studies Related to Firewood and the Spread of Invasives

Studies Related to Firewood and the Spread of Invasives

Studies Related to Firewood and the Spread of Invasives. Robert Haack USDA Forest Service Northern Research Station East Lansing, MI. rhaack@fs.fed.us, 15 April 2008. How many insects are there? Over 1 million described species Estimates of 2-30 million

By Gabriel
(182 views)

Scale

Scale

Scale. Representing Scale on Maps. Definition: The scale of a map is the ratio between distances on the map and the corresponding distances in the real world. 10 miles. Map Scale. Scale representation on the map:

By bluma
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Hydrological signals in tree-ring width chronologies of pine tree species in northern Pakistan

Hydrological signals in tree-ring width chronologies of pine tree species in northern Pakistan

Hydrological signals in tree-ring width chronologies of pine tree species in northern Pakistan. Presented By. Muhammad Wahab. Assistant Professor, Department of Botany, The Islamia University of Bahawalpur, Punjab, Pakistan. 4 th Asia 2k workshop in Kyoto, Japan (19-20, March, 2015).

By fausto
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Texas Ecoregions

Texas Ecoregions

Effects of Weathering, Erosion and Deposition. Texas Ecoregions. Ecoregion - a major ecosystem with distinctive geography, characteristic plants and animals, ecosystems, and receiving uniform solar radiation and moisture Sometimes called an ecological region or bioregion

By kiona
(1111 views)

Deciduous Forest

Deciduous Forest

Deciduous Forest. General Information. What is a Deciduous Forest?.

By vega
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Forestry

Forestry

Forestry. History. Thousands of years ago, much of Europe was covered in forests The Middle Ages saw significant deforestation as human population increased. North America. Early 1600s – lumber was essential to the economy (East Coast Maine was the world’s largest shipping port for lumber)

By charis
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Jürgen Homeier Plant Ecology, University of Göttingen Counterpart:

Jürgen Homeier Plant Ecology, University of Göttingen Counterpart:

A1 Effects of nutrient manipulation (NUMEX) on the performance of tree species and the suitability of tree species as indicators for changing ecosystem properties. Jürgen Homeier Plant Ecology, University of Göttingen Counterpart: Carlos Iván Espinosa , UTPL Loja.

By weldon
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Autonomous ground systems for phenology monitoring: PAR@METER & PASTiS57

Autonomous ground systems for phenology monitoring: PAR@METER & PASTiS57

Autonomous ground systems for phenology monitoring: PAR@METER & PASTiS57. F. Baret, O. Marloie , J.F. Hanocq , B. de Solan , D. Guyon, A. Ducoussou. Introduction. Need for continuous monitoring of foliage development and senescence from ground for: Phenology modeling

By shamus
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MY SIMPUR STORY

MY SIMPUR STORY

MY SIMPUR STORY. Zahrina Zainal Abidin Universiti Brunei Darussalam. Introduction of Simpur. The S impur Story. INTRODUCTION OF SIMPUR .

By infinity
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Case Study: Distribution and Abundance of Tree Species Along Climate Gradients

Case Study: Distribution and Abundance of Tree Species Along Climate Gradients

Case Study: Distribution and Abundance of Tree Species Along Climate Gradients. (Sometimes the PDF is more interesting than the actual model…).

By zarek
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White Mulberry Morus Alba L. By: Rachel Finke

White Mulberry Morus Alba L. By: Rachel Finke

White Mulberry Morus Alba L. By: Rachel Finke. White Mulberry. White Mulberry Shape, Form and Type.

By dara
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Gypsy Moth in B.C.

Gypsy Moth in B.C.

Gypsy Moth in B.C. . A Case Study in Urban Entomology Tim Ebata, MSc, RPF Forest Practices Branch, BCMOF. Biology. Egg masses laid in late summer; hairs from female protect Hatching of eggs usually in early May 1st instars disperse by ballooning Caterpillars go through 5 to 6 instars

By anaya
(174 views)

Tropical Rain Forest

Tropical Rain Forest

Tropical Rain Forest. BY: AGNIESZKA CHMURA. Southeast Asia West Africa South and central America. Warm and Wet all year round. Temp: 25˚-27˚C Rainfall: 2,000 – 4,000mm. Soil: nutrient-poor Acidic thin and low in organic matter. Trees: 40m 1 hectare has up to 300 tree species

By dino
(122 views)

Biodiversity

Biodiversity

Biodiversity. Why are species important?. How Humans Perceive Their “Role” on This Planet Humans have perceived themselves as “masters” of all species Humans view other organisms in terms of their economic value . Why should we care ?.

By kasa
(129 views)

Brittany Johnson 1,2 , Richard Jasoni 1 , and Jay Arnone III 1

Brittany Johnson 1,2 , Richard Jasoni 1 , and Jay Arnone III 1

Quantifying environmental controls on sap Flow in Great Basin tree species and their Possible significance for mountain Groundwater recharge under Anthropogenic climate change. Brittany Johnson 1,2 , Richard Jasoni 1 , and Jay Arnone III 1.

By kenna
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