Life Magazine - June 6, 1949

Life Magazine - June 6, 1949

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Beecher, this is a place to see scientists engaged in real taxidermy of bison, skunks, coyotes and more. DOI: 10.1016/j.jag.2011.05.005 Van Orshoven J, Kint V, Wijffels A, Estrella R, Bencsik G, Vanegas P, Muys B, Cattrysse D, Dondeyne S 2011. Clearly, what is of greatest concern is the long-term, large-scale degradation of forests (for example, ITTO 2002), especially when the ecosystem has changed states and is severely degraded.
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Life Magazine, March 29, 1968

Life Magazine, March 29, 1968

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C. with profound, long-term effects on B. The Daintree Rainforest near Cairns, in Queensland, Australia Rainforests are forests characterized by high rainfall, with annual rainfall between 250 and 450 centimetres (98 and 177 in). [1] There are two types of rainforest: tropical rainforest and temperate rainforest. Myers (eds), Mammalian Diversification: From Chromosomes to Phylogeography, University of California Publications 133, pp. 335–391. Orang-utans are a "keystone" species for conservation.
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National Geographic Index 1888-1988

National Geographic Index 1888-1988

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You cannot easily see the wildlife at this place because of the very thick vegetation. The 140-million-year-old fossils (dating from the Cretaceous 'Age of the Dinosaurs') are exquisitely preserved as charcoal, the result of burning in wildfires. But to produce palm oil in large enough quantities to meet growing demand, farmers across Southeast Asia have been clearing huge swaths of biodiversity-rich tropical rainforest to make room for massive palm plantations. This opportunity is only available to people aged 18+.
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Life Magazine (February 12, 1965)

Life Magazine (February 12, 1965)

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From the Golfo Dulce (depending on the tide), float up the Rio Esquinas and explore deep into a tree-covered river brimming with shore birds, mangrove swamps and the surrounding rainforest. Food Security in Madagascar: A situation analysis. Professional hunters killed buffalo by the millions, selling buffalo hides to the international leather market. But whereas the advocates of the Promethean ethic imply the control and domination of nature by humans, contemporary deep ecologists, many of them acolytes of ‘natural law’ theory, have an insidious image of a humanity that is ‘dominated by nature’.
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Life Magazine: October 10, 1960 Vol. 49, No. 15

Life Magazine: October 10, 1960 Vol. 49, No. 15

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These data are based on a 1:3,000,000-scale digital soil map of Brazilian Amazonia that was produced in the 1970s by the Soils Division of the Brazilian Institute for Agricultural Research (EMBRAPA 2002). You can pick up the trail at two of the forest service campgrounds in the area (Falls Creek or Willaby campgrounds) or from the Lake Quinault Lodge. The Mayans first cleared lands here that are now dense forest.
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LIFE Magazine - December 11, 1944

LIFE Magazine - December 11, 1944

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Science 277:500-504. http://dx.doi.org/10.1126/science.277.5325.500 Chatterjee, A., G. Bee Hunt is a participatory science project. By following the project’s methods, you will collect and contribute high-quality data. Often overlooked, just as important as the many ways in which our climate is changing, is that it is changing so fast and thus the need to address global warming. It was declared a National wilderness area in 1988 and lately a world heritage site in 1989.
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Rain Forest Explorer's Guide

Rain Forest Explorer's Guide

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New Caledonia’s remarkable geological past accounts for its unusual soils and biogeography. Boise Cascade is logging wood from the world's rarest and most endangered forests to produce wood and paper products ( RAN, 1999 ). As well as being home to countless plants, animals and fungi, forests are extremely important to human wellbeing, providing vital ecological, economic, social and health benefits.
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Marina Silva, Conserving the Rain Forest, Leveled Readers

Marina Silva, Conserving the Rain Forest, Leveled Readers

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The hike affords wonderful opportunities to learn about St. Forest fires can be spontaneous or man-made. Ree!' " Since bird species living in rain forests tend to sing songs with fewer consonant-like sounds, Maddieson thought maybe the same would apply to human languages. Kilum: making the forests pay Few examples exist of forests that are being exploited sustainably. However, as milkweed slowly disappears, so do these butterflies. A study in 2010 on changes to the Kagoro Forest has shown that at least 24 percent of the forest was lost between 1987 and 2005.* Driving along the twisty dipping roads is not the same anymore and will never be, not in my lifetime, at least.
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Life Magazine, October 15, 1956

Life Magazine, October 15, 1956

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A rainforest (or rain forest) is a tropical forest that gets a lot of rain. A perfect right point break for beginners, with different sections to match your level of ability and incredible 83-degree water. Operation Amazonia was seen as a way of opening up much needed land for poverty-stricken Brazilians, enabling the development of "a land without men for men without land". No claim to original US government works (2005).
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Deforestation of tropical rain forests: Economic causes and

Deforestation of tropical rain forests: Economic causes and

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Nectar is a sugar rich liquid produced by flowering plants. In: International Palm Oil Life Cycle Assessment Conference 2009, Crown Plaza Mutiara Hotel, Kuala Lumpur, Malysia, 2009 18-20 October, 11-11. This can lead to a very unnatural result. In: Muys, B, Gebrehiwot, K, Bruneel, S (eds.) Symposium on the rehabilitation of dryland forests in Ethiopia: ecology and management. Tasmania is home to Australia�s largest swathes of cool temperate rainforest, most of it protected as part of the island�s World Heritage-listed Wilderness.
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