Life Magazine June 14, 1948 -- Cover: Phyllis Calvert

Life Magazine June 14, 1948 -- Cover: Phyllis Calvert

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DOI: 10.1021/es100067p Aertsen W, Kint V, Van Orshoven J, Ozkan K, Muys B 2010. These farmers merely follow logging roads into previously timbered lands to grow and harvest foods, medicines and fuelwood for their survival. The author would like to thank Michael Dove, Karen Hebert, Ruth Barnes and Robert Barnes for their advice on this research. How to successfully apply soil microorganisms in particular restoration projects, however, is an almost empty research field.
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LIFE Magazine : September 11, 1964

LIFE  Magazine  :   September 11, 1964

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The area's huge trees and rich dense understorey capture and store carbon, create rain and produce clean water in abundance. At the heart of this effort are community volunteers known as "Citizen Foresters," who serve as tree ambassadors to their local community on behalf of Casey Trees. If you enjoy gardening, talking to people, and helping others learn how to make a difference, this opportunity is for you! Work can be done from a kayak or canoe if you have one or from shore (watch for poison ivy!).
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LIFE Magazine - November 24, 1947

LIFE Magazine - November 24, 1947

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For the trunk, you can make a bark-like effect by crumpling up the paper before painting on it. People fled from their home and took refuge in these forests. Rainforests regulate rainfall which in turn affects global climate. Already several fungicides used regularly in the fruit industry, such as Mancozeb, Captan, and Folpet, are known carcinogens. [72] But most menacing are the growth regulators such as Alar (daminozide), which are used to slow the growth of leaves and branches on trees, and thus force an increase in budding and fruit production.
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Life Magazine, August 10, 1959

Life Magazine, August 10, 1959

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Meyer, Christian, ed. and Moosang, Faith, ed. The stumps, 2-3m (10ft) in diameter and 6m (19ft) high, stand uncovered on the lowest level of the mine. Forest Service led to dramatic declines in timber harvests on public lands as well as decreases in forestry research budgets. After that the spread of people into rain forest lands will have closed the door on many options that exist today. As globalization continues, diseases can move from one country to another as fast as an airplane can fly.
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The National Geographic Magazine. Vol. XIX No. 9 (September,

The National Geographic Magazine. Vol. XIX No. 9 (September,

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Bunker et al. [ 86 ] demonstrated that removing certain functional groups from a tropical forest had more important effects on the above-ground carbon pool than randomly removing species. Outline the consequences of releasing raw sewage and nitrate fertiliser into rivers. The most common management practice for capironales is to leave and protect the seedlings that invade old agricultural fields. This site uses cookies to improve performance by remembering that you are logged in when you go from page to page.
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Your Kitten: Choice & Care

Your Kitten: Choice & Care

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Wake up to bird song along the Brodribb River, discover the lushness of rainforests and hidden, moss-lined streams, and be awed by massive trees that were growing before Shakespeare was born. Now that’s something to think about while sipping the next cup of tea. DMSP also serve as cloud-condensation nuclei (CCN) for the formation of water droplets in the atmosphere, aiding in cloud formation. You might come across yucca, aloe, octillo plants, or the tall saguaro cacti.
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National Geographic Magazine, December, 1983 (Vol. 164, No.

National Geographic Magazine, December, 1983 (Vol. 164, No.

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The future of this terrestrial carbon sink depends on carbon accumulation by ecosystems through plant growth. While the northern rainforests were indigenised by being embedded in deep geological time, they were Indigenised in another sense through increasing attentiveness to their Aboriginal heritage. Bararata also stated interest in potential of bamboo biomass for electricity, but this product remains an ideal at present.
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Life Magazine, November 11, 1946

Life Magazine, November 11, 1946

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Tree diversity and carbon stocks of some major forest types of Garhwal Himalaya, India. Pollute some of the terrariums using vinegar or detergent. Any further such developments should be avoided (or at least involve very careful planning) to minimise potentially damaging consequences and ensure appropriate environmental safeguards. The importance of vegetation to downwind recycling of precipitation is well-documented from research studies of forests in West Africa (Chen et al 2001), Central America (Lawton et al 2001), and Asia (Meher-Homjii, 1991).
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Towards the Completed Landscape: Rainforests and Rural

Towards the Completed Landscape: Rainforests and Rural

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Several of the endangered species are on the verge of extinction, only a few hundred members remaining in the wild. In this report 15 out of 60 items are not fully implemented. This particular field of study is very important for those who are concerned about forest conservation. With Amber Hasselbring of Nature in the City; Brent Plater of Wild Equity Institute, Dominik Mosur, and moderated by Jason Mark of the Earth Island Institute. A global learning project named DeforestACTION enabled the students to monitor Borneo's rainforest from drones and satellite images helping to protect it from illegal loggers.
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National Geographic Magazine April 1949

National Geographic Magazine April 1949

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The Colorado River Watch Network supports volunteers who monitor the water quality at strategically located sites across the Colorado River watershed from West Texas to the coast. To help prevent destruction of natural habitats and beauty of the wild, MacKaye surveyed, designed and had the 2200 mile Appalachian Trail constructed. IUCN Otter Specialist Group Bulletin 8, 16–18. Beavers lived wild in Scotland until the 16th century when they were hunted to extinction.
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