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*  Wild river
... and implies that the land and waters in a proposed declaration were uninhabited and predominantly void of human activity. The ... Australia's Human Rights and Equal Opportunity Commission observed: The Commission notes that Indigenous peoples of the Archer ... web page Accessed 8 November 2009 Human Rights and Equal Opportunity Commission "Proposed Wild Rivers Declarations" Submission ...
*  Appropriation bill
Supplemental appropriations bills increase funding for activities that were already funded in previous appropriations bills or ... Health and Human Services, and Education, Legislative, Military and Veterans, State and Foreign Operations, Transportation and ...
*  Bovidae
Social activity and feeding usually peak during dawn and dusk. The bovids usually rest before dawn, during midday, and after ... Vrba, E. S.; Burckle, L. H.; Partridge, T. C.; Denton, G. H. (1995). Paleoclimate and Evolution, with Emphasis on Human Origins ... Social activity and feeding usually peak during dawn and dusk. Bovids typically rest before dawn, during midday, and after dark ... Several bovid species have been domesticated by human beings. The domestication of goats and sheep began 10 thousand years ago ...
*  Waikato River
This is equal to or better than the A standard for Auckland's other water supplies.[citation needed] Slightly-modified human ... Due to the agricultural activity within the catchment significant agricultural pollution is leached into groundwater and ...
*  Sinks Canyon State Park
Human activity in Sinks Canyon goes back thousands of years. Archaeological digs have found hearths and tools carbon dated as ...
*  Eutrophication
Nutrients from human activities tend to travel from land to either surface or ground water. Nitrogen in particular is removed ... Human activities can accelerate the rate at which nutrients enter ecosystems. Runoff from agriculture and development, ... Cultural eutrophication is the process that speeds up natural eutrophication because of human activity. Due to clearing of land ... There are three reasons that nonpoint sources are especially troublesome: Nutrients from human activities tend to accumulate in ...
*  Paleontology in Utah
During the Cretaceous significant volcanic activity occurred in Utah. The Cretaceous was also the last period in geologic ... 700 and 1,000 the Fremont culture left petroglyphs of giant lizards up to six feet long next to a small one foot tall human ...
*  Great Kwa River
Human activity in the Great Kwa basin has traditionally been limited to small scale farming, aquaculture and artisanal ... The river ecology is under threat from human activity. The river originates in the Oban Hills, in the Cross River National Park ... Calabar Municipality has no waste treatment facilities, and heavy rains wash human and industrial wastes into the river. A 2008 ...
*  River
In many cases human activities in rivers and floodplains have dramatically increased the risk of flooding. Straightening rivers ... Rivers are often managed or controlled to make them more useful, or less disruptive, to human activity. Dams or weirs may be ... In many developed areas, human activity has changed the form of river channels, altering magnitudes and frequencies of flooding ... River management is a continuous activity as rivers tend to 'undo' the modifications made by people. Dredged channels silt up, ...
*  Bluetongue disease
Although the disease is not a threat to humans the most vulnerable common domestic ruminants in the UK are cattle, goats and, ... Housing livestock during times of maximum midge activity (from dusk to dawn) may lead to significantly reduced biting rates. ...
*  Defense Human Resources Activity
The Defense Human Resources Activity (DHRA) is a United States Department of Defense (DoD) Field Activity chartered to support ... General management and direction on a wide variety of human resource matters Budgetary support and management Guidance on ...
*  Pseudergolis wedah
Nature and Human Activities. 2: 91-102. Pseudergolis at funet Taxonomy. ...
*  Climate change opinion by country
Do you think rising temperatures are [...] a result of human activities?" Note: the other answer option was "a result of ... Caused by human activity Responding yes when asked, "Temperature rise is part of global warming or climate change. ... Latin America and developed countries in Asia led the belief that climate change was a result of human activities, while Africa ... "The climate change we are currently seeing is largely the result of human activity" Global Trend Survey 2014 http://www.smh.com ...
*  Trust management (managerial science)
It stimulates the human activities. In countries with trust culture there is higher social well-being and economic growth ( ... Cynicism limits the collaboration, the freedom of activity, destroys communication and divides people. Trust is depreciated. ... "the activities of creating systems and methods that allow relying parties to: 1. Make assessments and decisions regarding the ... A Human Factors Perspective, CRC Press Taylor & Francis Group, 2008, p. 38 Sztompka P., Zaufanie., Fundament społeczeństwa (" ...
*  Heard Island and McDonald Islands
"About Heard Island - Human Activities". Archived from the original on 18 October 2006. Retrieved 21 October 2006. "Cocky Flies ... The first activity there was in 1947 by Alan Campbell-Drury. Amateur radio DXpeditions to the island took place in 1983 (two) ... Volcanic activity has altered the distribution and abundance of the vegetation. The vascular flora covers a range of ... One plant species on Heard Island, Poa annua, a cosmopolitan grass native to Europe, was possibly introduced by humans, though ...
*  Chandlai
Unregulated human activities are posing troubles. Importantly, illegal fishing is proving a disturbance to the avifauna like ... "Among the proposed activities would be adventure and water sport activities for tourists like boating, water sports, ... These days some construction activities have disturbed some birds which were seen in seepage of water but the lake is so big ... Considering that the proposal sees the light of the day, the lake would also be used for various tourism related activities by ...
*  Blue Mountains (ecoregion)
The steep terrain limits human activities. The region is drier than the marine-influenced Mesic Forest Zone that exists at ... As a result, human population density is much higher than in the High Lava Plains. Canals carry river water to irrigated farms ...
*  Biodiversity Indicators Partnership
It is vital for human survival and is a key measure of the health of our planet. Human activities are irreversibly impacting ...
*  Manatee conservation status
Various human activities threaten manatee populations. Fishing nets and lines can cause injuries to manatees that can lead to ... Some of their deaths are the result of human activity. In the past, manatees were exploited for their meat, fat, and hides. ... and volunteer activities. Sirenian International is one of the largest grassroots organizations aimed at promoting research, ...
*  Bay mud
Human activities can also affect deposition; close to half of the Young Bay Mud in San Francisco Bay was placed in the period ... a geological record of human activities of the last century. These data are particularly important to consider when dredging of ... Thus bay muds are important time records of glacial activity and streamflow throughout the Quaternary period. Some depositional ...
*  Sallie Baliunas
In January of that year the Marshall Institute think tank published a review she had written for them, "Are Human Activities ... Baliunas, Sallie (1 January 1995). "Are Human Activities Causing Global Warming?". The Marshall Institute. Retrieved 5 November ... though she disputed that the observed warming reflected human influence. Baliunas contends that findings of human influence on ... the particular temperature increase observed in the last 100 years is the result of carbon dioxide produced by human activities ...
*  Renzo Martens
Institute for Human Activities". www.humanactivities.org. Retrieved 2017-12-08. "MoC III - Institute for Human Activities". www ... Institute for Human Activities, Afterall Journal J.J. Charlesworth, How the Dutch provocateur launched an independent cultural ... Berlin On the Institute for Human Activities - Renzo Martens in Conversation with T.J. Demos In: Scandalous: A Reader on Art ... In 2010 Renzo Martens initiated the Institute for Human Activities (IHA) that postulates a gentrification program on a palm oil ...
*  Montane Cordillera Ecozone (CEC)
"Human Activities in the Montane Cordillera Ecozone". Environment Canada. Archived from the original on March 21, 2004. ...
*  Taiga Cordillera Ecozone (CEC)
"Human Activities in the Taiga Cordillera Ecozone". Taiga Cordillera Ecozone. Environment Canada. 1978-10-09. Archived from the ...
*  Traveling (song)
Lyrically, it discusses human activities and dreams. Kano felt that although the song themes are about dreams and nightmares, ... Lyrically, it discusses human activities and dreams. The song received positive reviews from most music critics. Many selected ...
*  Camelpox
... infections in humans result in mild skin lesions on the hands and fingers. Reports have been made that the lesions can ... Andrei, Graciela; Robert Snoeck (December 2010). "Cidofovir Activity against Poxvirus Infections". Viruses. 2 (12): 2803-2830. ... It is believed that the reported cases of Camelpox infection in humans is low due to an immunity gained from exposure to camels ... Due to the close contact between camels and their human handlers in much of the world, it is believed that Camelpox is ...
*  Atlantic Maritime Ecozone
"Human Activities in the Atlantic Maritime Ecozone". Atlantic Maritime Ecozone. Environment Canada. Archived from the original ...