*  ORBi: Browsing ORBi
The wildlife populations of Northern Central African Republic experienced precipitous declines during the 1970s and 1980s. ... The wildlife populations of Northern Central African Republic experienced precipitous declines during the 1970s and 1980s. ... An aerial sample count was carried out in the Northern Central African Republic at the end of the dry season in June 2005 and ... Has the final countdown to wildlife extinction in Northern Central African Republic begun ?. Bouché, Philippe ; Renaud, Pierre- ...
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*  Global dimming - Wikipedia
... in solar radiation at the surface may have led to the failure of the monsoon in sub-Saharan Africa during the 1970s and 1980s, ... Because of this, the Tropical rain belt may not have risen to its northern latitudes, thus causing an absence of seasonal rains ... In the mid-1980s, Atsumu Ohmura, a geography researcher at the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology, found that solar ... The largest reductions are found in the northern hemisphere mid-latitudes. Visible light and infrared radiation seem to be most ...
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*  People's Liberation Army of Namibia - Wikipedia
Throughout the 1960s, 1970s and 1980s, PLAN launched incursions from bases in Zambia then later Angola. The first combatants ... PLAN was first attacked by the South African Defence Force at Ongulumbashe in northern Namibia on 26 August 1966. Operation ... then South West Africa, now Namibia) from South African rule. It was founded with a mainly Marxist agenda anticipating the ... The South African government responded by restricting the party's leadership and forced many of them into exile. Large numbers ...
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*  Global Dimming - Global Issues
In the 1970s and 1980s, massive famines were caused by failed rains which climatologists had never quite understood why they ... As a result, less rain has formed in key areas and crucial rainfall has failed to arrive over the Sahel in Northern Africa. ... Climatologists studying this phenomenon believe that the reflection of heat have made waters in the northern hemisphere cooler ... contributed to the deaths of a million people in Africa, and afflicted 50 million more. with hunger and starvation. ...
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*  David Barends - Wikipedia
David Barends is a South African professional rugby league footballer who played in the 1970s, and 1980s. He played at ... Bradford Northern, and York, as a wing, i.e. number 2 or 5. Barends won two caps for Great Britain while at Bradford Northern ... "Northern's victorious players celebrate" at rugbyleagueheritageproject.com Photograph "Delighted Northern players with the cup ... "Here Are a Few South African Players who Played in the Red, White and Blue in this Era". thenorthstanders.webs.com. 31 December ...
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*  Bunny McBride - Wikipedia
West Africa, East Africa, and northern Europe. Her articles appeared in various US newspapers and magazines, including the ... Throughout the 1970s and 1980s, she regularly published her poetry and essays in the Christian Science Monitor, and reported on ... National Audubon Society Guide to African Wildlife. (with Peter Alden et al.). Knopf, 1995. "Walking the Medicine Line: Molly ...
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*  Lates niloticus (African Snook, Nile Perch, Victoria Perch)
... niloticus took place in Lake Naivasha in the early 1970s and since the early 1980s several perch have been caught. No ... Northern Africa: It is common in the Delta, Lower and This species is known from upper Egyptian Nile, as well as Lakes Wadi El- ... Western Africa: This species is found almost everywhere in West Africa. Widely distributed in the Volta basin. (Dankwa et al. ... In north Africa, the species was common in the Nile Delta, Lower and upper Egyptian Nile, Lake Wadi El-Rayan and Lake Nasser. ...
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*  Yinka Davies - Wikipedia
... in the 1970s and 1980s the radio at her grandmother's house was always tuned to Radio Lagos which played a variety of African ... Northern Nigeria), Orlando Julius (southern Nigeria - highlife), Hadjia Funtua (northern Nigeria), Victor Uwaifo (southern ... It became obvious to Yinka that there was a lack of female musicians - in the 1980s she listened to Salawa Abeni (Yoruba) and ... African Film Festival Tour - Milan, Tunis, organised by The Goethe Institute. Ajumogobia Science Foundation Concerts (2005-2015 ...
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*  American Cougars - Wikipedia
The Cougars played six games in South Africa: against Natal, Combined Universities, Griquas, Northern Transvaal, South African ... The team was coached by Ray Cornbill, coach of the Eagles during the 1970s and 1980s. The squad comprised 25 players from 20 ... The highlight of the tour was the Cougars' 18-15 win on 19 August 1978 over Northern Transvaal, who had won the Currie Cup in ... "South Africans Down Americans". The News and Courier. Associated Press. 1978-08-12. Retrieved 2011-12-21. "Sports Shorts". The ...
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*  Cliff Richard - Wikipedia
He has remained a popular music, film, and television personality in Australia, New Zealand, South Africa, Northern Europe and ... and again in the late 1970s and early 1980s with some singles and albums reaching gold and platinum status. ... The record made Richard the first act to reach the Hot 100's top 40 in the 1980s who had also been there in each of the three ... The irreverent 1980s TV sitcom The Young Ones took its name from Richard's 1962 film. In mid-1963, Cliff and the Shadows ...
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*  Climate Change, Coming Home: Global warming's effects on populations | Worldwatch Institute
Since the 1970s, rainfall has been scarce in the Sahel, the wide belt of semi-arid land that stretches across Africa on the ... where a series of prolonged droughts exacerbated by war caused widespread famine in the 1970s and 1980s. ... The prospect of these changes causes skeptics of climate-change doom and gloom to envision vast stretches of northern tundra ... In the highlands of East Africa, for example, the onset of warmer weather has also been accompanied by other factors that can ...
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*  Northern white rhinoceros - Wikipedia
Poachers reduced their population from 500 to 15 in the 1970s and 1980s. From the early 1990s through mid-2003, the population ... Four of the World's Last Known Eight Northern White Rhinos Come Home to Africa, Ol Pejeta website, Saturday, 19 December 2009 ... 6 July 2006). West African black rhino feared extinct. Gland, Switzerland. "Northern White Rhino". Worldwildlife.org. Archived ... The northern white rhinoceros, or northern square-lipped rhinoceros (Ceratotherium simum cottoni), is one of the two subspecies ...
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*  Fosse aux Lions National Park - Wikipedia
At one point, the park was home to a significant number of African elephants in the 1970s and 1980s, but their numbers have ... Fosse aux Lions National Park (French: Parc National Fosse aux Lions) is a national park in the Savanes Region of Northern Togo ...
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*  Kasama, Zambia - Wikipedia
It grew considerably in the 1970s and 1980s after construction of the TAZARA Railway through the city, and the tarring of the ... Kasama is the capital of the Northern Province of Zambia, situated on the central-southern African plateau at an elevation of ... Barclays Bank and African Banking Cooperation (Bank A.B.C)and INDO Zambia Bank. The town has VISA and ATM services. Most people ... by its British population of a couple of dozen in the face of a surprise raid from the north-east by German East African forces ...
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*  Urban decay - Wikipedia
Since the 1970s and 1980s, urban decay has been associated with Western cities, especially in North America and parts of Europe ... In the U.S., the new inner-city poor were often African-Americans that migrated from the South in the 1920s and 1930s. As they ... Some areas are experiencing increased drug trafficking, while some northern suburbs of Paris and areas like Vaulx-en-Velin are ... Britain experienced severe urban decay in the 1970s and 1980s exemplified by The Specials' 1981 hit single "Ghost Town". Major ...
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*  Cornelis Hazevoet - Wikipedia
He travelled to northern Africa during the early 1980s, with an interest in both the wildlife and the local music. In 1986, he ... Hazevoet said in the 1970s that his inspiration came from "the unromantic character of nature", and he called the creation of ... In 1970, he formed a quartet with Arjen Gorter, the saxophonist Kris Wanders, and the South African drummer Louis Moholo, and ... by the late 1970s. As he later told an interviewer, he "always had a kind of scientific mind and approach to music", and he ...
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*  Polistes dominula - Wikipedia
Since the mid-1980s, the population of P. dominula has expanded to rather cooler regions, especially towards northern Europe. ... newly recorded from South Africa". African Entomology. 17 (2): 226-227. doi:10.4001/003.017.0214. Eickwort, G.C. "Polistes ... The first North American occurrence of P. dominula was reported in Massachusetts in the late 1970s, and by 1995, this species ... The native range of P. dominula covers much of southern Europe and North Africa, and temperate parts of Asia as far east as ...
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*  Sterile insect technique - Wikipedia
During the late 1950s to the 1970s, SIT was used to control the screw-worm population in the US. In the 1980s, Mexico and ... In 1991, Knipling and Bushland's technique halted a serious outbreak of New World screw-worm in northern Africa. Programs ... The technique was used to eradicate the melon fly from Okinawa and in the fight against the tsetse fly in Africa. The technique ... It is being suppressed by SIT in fruit-producing areas of Croatia, Israel, South Africa and Spain. The codling moth (Cydia ...
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*  Sunfoil Series - Wikipedia
Domestic cricket in South Africa reached its peak during the years of isolation in the 1970s and 1980s. With standards ... North Eastern Transvaal became known as Northern Transvaal. Through the 1980s and 1990s, the weaker provincial teams began to ... Cricket in South Africa was established by the British, and the first tour by a side from England took place in 1888-89. The ... Northern Transvaal was the first team to return to the Currie Cup, in 1979-80; that same year was the final year for Rhodesia, ...
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*  Mangosuthu Buthelezi - Wikipedia
He was also instrumental in setting up the teacher training and nursing colleges throughout the late 1970s and the early 1980s ... Since 1994, South Africa had been governed by a multi-party Government of National Unity, including the ANC, the South African ... In 1982 Buthelezi opposed the apartheid government's plan to cede the Ingwavuma region in northern Natal to the Swaziland ... The declaration's purpose was to provide a blueprint for government of South Africa for racial peace in South Africa. It called ...
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*  Pedro Gomez (dance instructor) - Wikipedia
He has also taught at schools in Muslim countries (particularly in northern Africa) as well as in South Africa. Cuba portal. ... Salsa is a growing music genre in Europe; Andy Montañez, another Puerto Rican star of the 1970s and 1980s, toured Belgium, ... Such stars such as El Gran Combo and Eddie Santiago were famous during the 1980s there. Gomez started to become interested in ...
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*  Peter Behrens (musician) - Wikipedia
In the late 1980s, Peter Behrens appeared in a few movies. In his first three films (André schafft sie alle, Drei gegen Drei ... He was adopted by the Behrens family, where he grew up in northern Germany. After graduating from high school in Jaderberg, he ... Nearing the end of the 1970s, he attended the Milan circus school, and worked briefly as a clown and pantomime artist. Together ... and for half a year throughout Africa. In 1971 he played in the Krautrock band Silberbart, who released an album of psychedelic ...
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*  Balkanization - Wikipedia
Tariff rates were 15% higher than OECD countries during the 1970s and 1980s. Furthermore, countries took approaches to ... and Northern Ireland. As Bates, Chatsworth & Williamson would argue, Balkanisation was observed to a great extent in Africa. ... This period also saw the break down of the Federation of the Rhodesias and Nyasaland as well as the East African High ... Balkanization still has an impact on today's Africa. The term is also used to describe other forms of disintegration, including ...
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*  Bahá'í Faith in Morocco - Wikipedia
Published polemics in the 1970s and 1980s continued. In June 1984 a Bahá'í in Tetuan is arrested and sentenced to three years ... "Morocco". International > Regions > Northern Africa. The Association of Religion Data Archives. 2010. Retrieved 2013-10-22. " ... Africana: The Encyclopedia of the African and African American Experience (Second ed.). Oxford African American Studies Center ... The regional National Assembly of Northern Africa included Egypt, Libya, Tunisia, Algeria, Morocco and Spanish Sahara. In July ...
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*  Economy of Botswana - Wikipedia
De Beers prospectors discovered diamonds in northern Botswana in the early 1970s. The first mine began production at Orapa in ... strictly linked to the trade with South Africa. Botswana is part of the Southern African Customs Union (SACU) with South Africa ... Since the early 1980s, the country has been the world's largest producer of gem diamonds. Four large diamond mines have opened ... The Southern Africa Customs Union (SACU), comprising Botswana, Lesotho, Swaziland, and South Africa, dates from 1910, and is ...
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