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  • Peru
  • The epidemic began in 1991 in the coastal regions of Peru and spread rapidly to the eastern, northern, and southern countries of the continent , forming a branch of the seventh pandemic. (openaire.eu)
  • Subcontinent
  • This volume provides a comprehensive overview of the geology and hydrocarbon potential of the major Neoproterozoic-Cambrian basins of Asia from Oman, across the Middle East and the Indian Subcontinent, to China and SE Siberia, along with new research on the region. (geoscienceworld.org)
  • fundamental
  • ScienceDaily (June 19, 2008) - Information gleaned from a Greenland ice core by an international science team shows that two huge Northern Hemisphere temperature spikes prior to the close of the last ice age some 11,500 years ago were tied to fundamental shifts in atmospheric circulation. (skepticalscience.com)
  • climate
  • On the American continents, the cause-effect situation is obscured by the coincidence of the times of human arrival and large-scale climate change ( 13 ). (pnas.org)
  • Because the region's climate offered a long growing season and generally plentiful rainfall, southern Indians developed a complex system of agriculture based primarily on three crops: corn, beans, and squash. (nationalhumanitiescenter.org)
  • Specifically, we promote the comparison of paleoclimate indicators from securely dated archaeological and paleontological contexts with Western Indian Ocean climate records, as a productive way to improve the overall resolution of paleoclimate and paleoenvironmental reconstruction for the island. (springer.com)
  • Because of the alternating monsoon climate of the northern Indian Ocean , the current in the northern Indian Ocean and the Arabian Sea alternates. (britannica.com)
  • slave
  • So after sugar plantations were cultivated on most of the British West Indian islands such as Barbados, Nevis, Antigua and St Kitts for better revenue, Britain reached supremacy in the African slave trade in 1645. (hausarbeiten.de)
  • During the slave period ten times more Africans came to Spanish and Portuguese America than to USA. (doosanmoxy.com)
  • Movement
  • Out of this, in Minneapolis, came the American Indian Movement, AIM, in 1968 (and out, as well, of the hope for justice and the tactics for achieving it offered by the Civil Rights Movement and out of the carnival of the later 1960s). (motherjones.com)
  • Lynn DeWeese-Parkinson, a former lawyer for the American Indian Movement who now works with Ollin Calli, says the first thing foreign companies do when relocating to Mexico is find a union and "hire a lawyer to be the president. (iwmf.org)
  • People
  • Instead, the chronology of last appearance of extinct sloths, whether on continents or islands, more closely tracks the first arrival of people. (pnas.org)
  • In this context, the West Indian situation becomes a clear-cut case: according to the archeological record and other proxy indicators, people did not colonize these islands until the mid-Holocene ( 14 - 16 ), long after any likely climatic effect produced by the glacial-interglacial transition. (pnas.org)
  • The implication, of course, was that the Americas were first inhabited by Caucasian people and that Native Americans came later. (theconversation.com)
  • A broad coalition of scientists present the first genomic sequence of Kennewick Man, suggesting that American Indian people have been in the US for at least eight millennia. (theconversation.com)
  • We know how time began and how Indian people were created. (theconversation.com)
  • The bear is revered on every continent, especially North America where the indigenous people who believe it was once human and Great Mystery lives in the spirit of bear. (manataka.org)
  • main
  • The main surface temperature departures reflected above-average temperatures across southern Alaska , the southwestern and eastern U.S. , most of Europe , both the high latitudes and subtropical latitudes of the North Atlantic , and much of China ( Fig. E1 ). (noaa.gov)
  • The main precipitation anomalies during July included above-average totals from Texas to the Mid-Atlantic region of the U.S. , and the western subtropical North Atlantic , and below-average totals in portions of the mid-western U.S. and across the high latitudes of the North Atlantic ( Figs. E3 , E5 , E6 ). (noaa.gov)
  • The main 500-hPa circulation anomalies affecting the North American sector during July were above-average heights over both the southwestern and eastern United States , and below-average heights over western Canada / eastern Alaska ( Fig. E9 ). (noaa.gov)
  • central
  • The 500-hPa circulation pattern during July featured above-average heights over the southwestern U.S. , across the high latitudes and subtropical latitudes of the North Atlantic , and over the central North Pacific, and below-average heights over western Canada and the central North Atlantic ( Figs. E9 , E11 ). (noaa.gov)
  • study
  • It has become one of the cheapest places on the planet to make things - even cheaper than China, according to a 2013 Bank of America study. (iwmf.org)
  • bones
  • We summarize existing 14 C dates on sloth bones or dung for the continental Americas, and compare these to a series of previously unreported accelerator-mass spectrometer (AMS) 14 C dates on bones of West Indian species. (pnas.org)
  • pattern
  • The 500-hPa circulation pattern during July featured above-average heights across the high latitudes and subtropical latitudes of the North Atlantic ( Fig. E11 ). (noaa.gov)
  • Preparing new fields was hard work and rather than continually clearing new tracts in a "slash and burn" pattern, Indians probably used each plot as long as possible, even as yields declined. (nationalhumanitiescenter.org)
  • However
  • However, in America the number of cases has greatly decreased since 1999, with only 10 cases reported from Canada and the United States (http://www.who.int/wer/2007 /wer8231/en/index.html), 4 of which were indigenous to the United States. (openaire.eu)
  • found
  • When the skeleton was first found, many Native Americans denounced the scientific studies as a desecration and demanded that "The Ancient One", as they call it, be immediately reburied without analysis. (theconversation.com)
  • Studies have found they reduce the recruitment of larval fishes by 79% on average 2 , and they are causing a shift from coral dominated to algal dominated ecosystems 3 . (scienceblogs.com)
  • The Great Bear is found on every continent and comes in many sizes and colors. (manataka.org)
  • create
  • Because they required game animals in quantity, Indians often set light ground fires to create brushy edge habitats and open areas in southern forests that attracted deer and other animals to well-defined hunting grounds. (nationalhumanitiescenter.org)
  • Its aesthetic consciously combines empirical and visionary traditions by taking advantage of digital imaging's capacity to create rhetorical shifts within the photograph itself. (vsw.org)
  • probably
  • The exception is probably the Antarctic Peninsula, which sticks out north of the rest of the continent and accounts for 2% of the land mass and a much smaller percentage of the total ice pack. (climate-skeptic.com)
  • We, therefore, conclude that the Indian temperature variability is probably driven by the nonlinear coupling of ENSO and solar activity. (notrickszone.com)
  • late
  • In the late Pleistocene, at least 19 genera in the families Nothrotheriidae, Mylodontidae, Megatheriidae, and Megalonychidae lived on the American continents ( 2 ). (pnas.org)
  • often
  • Avalos says she often worked back-to-back eight-hour shifts to meet production quotas at a foreign-owned clothing factory. (iwmf.org)
  • response
  • These conditions include 1) lower surface air pressure ( Fig. T19 ) across the tropical Atlantic and Caribbean Sea, and 2) markedly reduced vertical wind shear over the tropical North Atlantic and Caribbean Sea, in response to a combination of anomalous easterlies at 200-hPa and weaker-than-average tropical easterly trade winds at 850-hPa ( Figs. T20 , T21 ). (noaa.gov)
  • river
  • The fourth-largest river in the United States by volume, the Columbia has the greatest flow of any North American river entering the Pacific. (wikipedia.org)
  • changes
  • The changes included a shift to a more settled way of life and the use of more and more plant foods that are not simply gathered from Ohio's forests, but are rather planted, tended, and harvested. (ohiohistorycentral.org)
  • African
  • 1. The minstrel show has a lasting and damaging effects on the images of African Americans, but does it, can it, also, and simultaneously, provide a foundation from which Black theatre has or can grow? (divshare.com)
  • place
  • geologists' best guess is that it was centered at a place called Fort Tejon, just north of Los Angeles. (hcn.org)