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May 9, 2005: Oil and Food: A Rising Security Challenge
World fertilizer use has increased dramatically since the 1950s. China is now the top consumer with use rising beyond 40 million ... crops has allowed farms to prosper in the middle of the desert. It also has increased farm energy use, allowed larger water withdrawals, and contributed to aquifer depletion worldwide. As water ...
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Monthly Legal Review :: Resources :: The Land Regeneration Network
July 2006. The use of shredded tyres in landfill engineering has increased dramatically in recent years, and this note examines if the use of shredded tyres counts as ...
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IPCC Bogs & Fens of Ireland Conservation Plan 2005 - Campaign Action
Coillte, the semi-state forestry company in 1989 the rate of forestry activity has increased dramatically, driven by EU grants and premia payments. Coillte now owns 435,000ha of land and ... of breeding bird populations on adjoining unplanted peatlands beyond the forest boundary. The forest gives increased cover for foxes and nesting habitats for carrion and hooded crows. This leads to over ...
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Kind Planet Environmental Info - Biodiversity - Part of Our Environmental Forum
Earth underwent a major ecological transformation. The concentration of oxygen in the atmosphere increased dramatically, and a shield of ozone was created in the stratosphere, providing protection from ... contributions to ecosystem functioning. The second proposed explanation is the "complementarity effect," where increased diversity leads to an increase in the number of species which are ...
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Public Participation at Ohio EPA
Appointments are necessary to conduct file reviews, because requests to review files have increased dramatically in recent years. The first 250 pages copied are free. For requests to copy more ...
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About GLIN
Conventional communication methods alone are no longer sufficient. Thus, the need for GLIN. In 1991 ...
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TEACH: Non-native invasive species in the Great Lakes
More than 87 nonindigenous aquatic species have been accidentally introduced ...
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NMPIF Shrublands 4
(Atriplex confertifolia), greasewood (Sarcobatus vermiculatus), and four-wing saltbush (Atriplex canescens). Big sagebrush has increased dramatically as a result of heavy grazing. Its expansion from desert into grassland and woodland has ...
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Climate Change
However, during the 20th century, the rate of warming increased dramatically (significantly exceeding any natural variations in climate over the last 1000 years). This ... a natural process. 'Global warming' is being accompanied by changing precipitation patterns and increased frequencies of extreme weather events, such as floods, droughts and storms. Sea levels ...
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Climate Change and Nature Conservation
However, during the 20th Century, the rate of warming increased dramatically with the 1990s being the warmest decade on record. This coincided with industrial ... of greenhouse gas emissions. Warming is being accompanied by changing precipitation patterns and increased frequencies of extreme weather events, such as floods, droughts and storms. Sea levels ...
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