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The Optical Development of Resource Pools

By: Weitzman, Martin L., 1942-
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Notes on Coal from Springhill, County Cumberland, Nova Scotia

By: Hartley, Edward; Geological Survey of Canada
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Plan of Work, Clark Fork of the Columbia River basin : type IV survey; Issue: 1972

By: United States. Dept. of Agriculture; United States. Dept. of Agriculture. Economic Research Service; United States. Forest Service; Montana. Dept. of Natural Resources and Conservation; United States. Soil Conservation Service
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Annual Report of the Minister of Natural Resources of the Province of Ontario, 1983 : Year 1983

By: Ontario. Ministry of Natural Resources

...9 ^"mxFp^^J^ Annual Report Fiscal year endingMarch 31, 1983 Minister of Natural Resources ofthe Province ofOntario To his Honour The Lieutenant-Gov... ...^^J^ Annual Report Fiscal year endingMarch 31, 1983 Minister of Natural Resources ofthe Province ofOntario To his Honour The Lieutenant-Governor of... ...respectfully to present to your Honour the Annual Report ofthe Ministry of Natural Resources for the fiscal year beginning April I, 1982 and ending Ma... ...ully to present to your Honour the Annual Report ofthe Ministry of Natural Resources for the fiscal year beginning April I, 1982 and ending March 3 1 ... ...through the Ontario Minerals Explora- tion Program, the Hydrocarbon Energy Resources Program and the BILD- funded Exploration Technology Development F... ...c)ud thatMNR has continued to play a major part in ensuring that Ontario's natural wealth w ill be enjoyed and well-utilized nov\ and into the future.... ... vears to come. Alan W. Pope Deputy Minister's Message > The Ministry' of Natural Resources, as such, has now been in existence for 10 years. They ha... ...o come. Alan W. Pope Deputy Minister's Message > The Ministry' of Natural Resources, as such, has now been in existence for 10 years. They have been ... ...mote the assessment ofOntario's lignite, peat and oil shale, petroleum and natural gas resources, stimulate private sector development, and may contri...

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Natural resources in Montana's history; Issue: 1987

By: Montana. Department of Natural Resources and Conservation

...er, qualityand health of our people—is in the abundance and variety of our natural resources." —Lee Metcalf STATE DOCUMt'NTS COLL£..,„.. MONT A' l5io ... ...ityand health of our people—is in the abundance and variety of our natural resources." —Lee Metcalf STATE DOCUMt'NTS COLL£..,„.. MONT A' l5io t.. b;, ... .... MONT A' l5io t.. b;, ivy;: "-LENA, MONTANA 5962C Montana hasmanyvaluable naturalresources—minerals, forests, soil, water, grasslands, and wild- life... ... it is impossible to tell the history of Montana without talking about our natural resources. The first white men who came to this area were looking f... ...mpossible to tell the history of Montana without talking about our natural resources. The first white men who came to this area were looking for away ... ...te, too. The purpose of this booklet is to explore the importance of those resources in our past, and their value today. MONTANA STATE LIBRARY S 333.... ...t, and their value today. MONTANA STATE LIBRARY S 333.709 N7nrm 1987 c. 1 Natural resources in Montana's tiistory. 3 0864 00059242 1 Early People The... ...heir value today. MONTANA STATE LIBRARY S 333.709 N7nrm 1987 c. 1 Natural resources in Montana's tiistory. 3 0864 00059242 1 Early People The first p... ...l and electric en- gines replaced the locomotives that used coal for fuel. Natural gas and oil gradually re- placed coal for heating in homes. For man...

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A Paper Presenting Facts and Suggestions in Proof of the Theory of the Gradual and Continuous Diminution of the Quantity of Water Upon the Earth, And Its Permanent Conversion into Solid Forms of Matter

By: Houk, Eliza (Eliza Phillips Thruston), 1833-1914

...on of electronic books on-line as well as offer a variety of services and resources that support and strengthen the instructional programs of educat... ...s crust is the exact amount that has never been made use of in any further natural processes. The same is true of the gneiss, only its surface was ex-... ...reas of the earth's surface, and brought about by the operation of complex natural agencies. Thus uniform laws have neces- sarily produced constant di... .... All crystallization is indeed well known to be defined " as the process, natural or artifi- cial, by which the particles of liquid or gaseous bodie... ...velopment. Mr. Darwin's tlieory of evolution, or "the origin of species by natural selection," as an independent scientific theory, has seemed from th... ...ding cosmical cause of change that has gicen direction to the operation of natural selection^ unfitting the earth at every period of past time, for th...

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The national domain in Canada and its proper conservation

By: Adams, Frank Dawson, 1859-1942; Canada. Commission of Conservation

... Introduction 5 General Statement Concerning the Physical Features and the Natural Resources of Canada 8 Agriculture 10 Forest Products (Timber, Pulpw... ...ction 5 General Statement Concerning the Physical Features and the Natural Resources of Canada 8 Agriculture 10 Forest Products (Timber, Pulpwood, etc... ... but burned over and washed away 5 —Good forestry practice—The forest as a natural resource perpetuated by wise use 5 B—Drifting sand advancing over c... ...eplanting deforested areas 16 —Hurned area replanted with young trees IG D—Natural gas from boring at Pelican portage, Alberta 28 E—Salmon fleet, Fras... ...erious than all other forms of wastage was the reckless destruction of the natural fertility of the soil. Within a period for which the present genera... ...her leading citizens, to consider the question of "the Conservation of our Natural Resources," stating that, in his opinion, this was "the weightiest ... ...ing citizens, to consider the question of "the Conservation of our Natural Resources," stating that, in his opinion, this was "the weightiest problem ... ...chairmanship of Hon. Clifford Sifton. If the conservation of their natural resources is a question of such pressing importance in the United States, i... ...ng to bring to your attention certain salient facts concerning our natural resources, their proper development and their conservation. It is a common ...

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Studies on Bacterium Coli and Closely Related Forms

By: Levine, Max, 1889-1967
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Montana overlook; Issue: 1974

By: Montana. Department of Intergovernmental Relations. Economic Development Division

...ant ones. The largest contributors to its modern economy are the renewable resources of timber and wheat and fat cattle, beets and barley, sheep and h... ...er, includes ores of copper, lead and zinc; growing discoveries of oil and natural gas; vast deposits of lignite and sub-bituminous coal; and a sizeab... ...e Montana of today. It seeks to combine reasonable development -2- of its resources, with preserving and maintaining the unspoiled grandeur of its mo... ...age of performance indexed individuals than any state in the nation. It is natural that with the index information on superior sires and the availabil... ... some 30 percent is shipped out-of-state for utilization. With these major resources available, there is no area in the United States which offers mor... ...on, which averages 60 million bushels per year, provide an excellent input resources base for substantial increase in pork production and processing. ... ...y U.S. Gypsum Corpora- tion in Fergus County where they produce wallboard. NATURAL GAS - Methane gas is available to nearly all Montana's major commun... ...verbow and Granite Counties also. SAPPHIRES - Have been recovered in their natural form from gold dredging spoils in western Montana for serveral deca... ...orthwest , Midwest and other parts of the U.S. 44 FOREST PRODUCTS A major natural and renewable resource in Montana is timber, making a significant c...

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Chlorine Control Apparatus for Water and Sewage Purification

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Montana data directory user's manual; Issue: 1990

By: Montana Natural Resource Information System; Montana State Library

...MONTANA STAIE LIBRARY 1515 E. 6th AVE. HELENA. MONTANA 59620 Published by: Natural Resource Iiiformation Syst^rn f^i Montana State Librar}^ November 1... ...ipating agency sharing the responsibility for keeping records current. The Natural Resource Information System at the Montana State Library manages th... ...ments ThisMontanaData Directory User'sManualwaspreparedby the staff of the Natural Resource Information System at the Montana State Library. In partic... ... Data Directory, and was largely responsible for preparing this manual. Natural Resource Information System stem-- MQ]>01^y&^D^^ H«.H-w»?>M<->>H.m-... ...s G-1 H. Customizing the Data Directory H-1 11 J-!J-"JjjJjjj!J:MJJJJ^!J^^ Natural Resoui^SilEIBim^ MONTANADATADIRECTORY 1 . INTRODUCTION 1.1 Overview... ...ntana Data Directory is a compilation of data sources on Montana's natural resources. The Directory is essentially a database of databases, with each ... ...the projects ongoing in Montana that have or will generate data on natural resources, including project titles, objectives, status, start/end dates, c... ... of Mines and Geology Confederated Salish and Kootenai Tribe Dept. Natural Resources & Conservation Dept. of Conmerce Dept. of Health Dept. of State L... ...ial No. Theme: Utility-Transportation corridor Organization: Dept. Natural Resources & Conservation Department: Facility Siting Bureau User ID: 9 Cont...

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Crow's Nest Coal Lands : The Property of the Crow's Nest Coal and Mineral Company, Limited

By: Crow's Nest Coal and Mineral Company
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The treasure state. Montana and its magnificent resources. Extra edition of the sixth annual report 1898; Issue: 1899

By: Montana. Bureau of Agriculture, Labor, and Industry
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A paper presenting facts and suggestions in proof of the theory of the gradual and continuous diminution of the quantity of water upon the earth, and its permanent conversion into solid forms of matter

By: Houk, Eliza (Eliza Phillips Thruston), 1833-1914
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A program for the Monocacy Watershed; Number: 70

By: Maryland. State Planning Commission
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Laboratory Skills for Plant Operators : Vol. 1

By: Ontario Ministry of the Environment; Training and Certification Section

...ive mass must be the average of its mass, taking into account the abundance of natural isotopes found. Table 1-3 is a list of International Relative A... ...ation of samples, whether domestic sewage, industrial wastes, treated or 6-12 natural waters, is a practical impossibility. Regardless of the nature ... ...asure of the content of bicarbonates, carbonates and hydroxide components of a natural or treated water supply. ANAEROBIC Not requiring the presence ...

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Upon the resources of the great Appalachian basin : a paper prepared for the committee of the United States Senate appointed under the resolutions of July 2, 1884

By: Stearns, George T
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Eqcomments : Year 1984 Vol. 2, No. 5

By: Montana Environmental Quality Council

...on of electronic books on-line as well as offer a variety of services and resources that support and strengthen the instructional programs of educat... ...icy for the future. This policy would seek to use Montana's abundant water resources in an efficient and ecologically sound manner. It would allow for... ...ntana a significant role in making decisions that affect the state's water resources, rather than allowing those decisions to be made by the federal g... ...TWO BQC s\±)catnnittees will hold a joint meeting to consider the proposed Natural Resource Legacy Program, the Schwinden administration's plan to all... ...nd groups to present their views on the administration's proposal. The BQC Natural Resources Oversight Subcontdttee , chaired by Rep. Dave Brcwn, has ... ...s to present their views on the administration's proposal. The BQC Natural Resources Oversight Subcontdttee , chaired by Rep. Dave Brcwn, has been mon... ...l damage fron past or future resource extraction," and for "development of natural resources to benefit Montana citizens." The Department of Natural R... ...g, smelting or poor forest management practices; — providing recreation or natural areas to condensate for loss of such areas due to resource extracti... ...rd-rock or coal programs; — researching the use or processing of Montana's natural resources; — protecting the state's renewable resources through sou...

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Report; Volume: 4-7 1918-1926

By: Louisiana. Department of Conservation
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Hydrologic Data, 1966 : No. 130: 66 Vol. 4

By: California. Department of Water Resources; Gianelli, William R; Chastain, Cledith L; Mcintyre, Victor B

...on of electronic books on-line as well as offer a variety of services and resources that support and strengthen the instructional programs of educat... ...... ...M R. GIANELLI r~ DirecJor Governor State of California Department of Water Resources BULLETIN No. 130 HYDROLOGIC DATA AREAL COVERAGE OF VOLUMES Each ... ... Quality FOREWORD The data collection programs of the Department of Water Resources have been designed to supplement the activities of other agencies... ...24/ ^<.^ X" Ai'-^-^^^eM. William R. Gianelli, Director Department of Water Resources State of California October l6, 196? METRIC CONVERSION TABLE ENG... ...UAL UNIMPAIRED RUNOFF Unimpaired runoff is defined as the flow that occurs naturally at a point in a stream if there were: (1) no upstream controls su... ... change in ground water storage result- ing from development. The computed natural or unimpaired runoff values are considered to be the flows that wou...

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Regional factors in national planning and development. National resources committee

By: United States. National Resources Committee
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The Analysis of Water for Household and Municipal Purposes

By: Hamot, Emile Monnin, 1868-1950; Redfield, Harry Westfall
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Preparing for change : geography in the Albemarle area

By: North Carolina. Division of Community Planning
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Ventura County Investigation. Basic Data : No. 46A

By: Conkling, Harold; Jamison, R. H

... CALIFOENIA DEFART^ENT OF PUBLIC WORKS PUBLICATIONS OF THE DIVISION OF WATER RESOURCES EDWARD HYATT, State Engineer BULLETIN NO. 46-A Ventura Co-unty ... ...ined in this volume Assisted by C. T. Judah - Jr. Hydraulic Sngiaeer - Water Resources and Hervey Gulick - Title Draftsman Delineator Water Analyses w... ...California, hy Joseph M. Sanchis - Jr. Sanitary Engineer - Division of Water Resources Under the supervision of Carl S. Scofield, Principal Agricultur... ...here no acknowledgment is made, I'leasurcments were by the Division of Water Resources, Because of limitations of space only enough of the records are... ...574 2 STATE Of" CALiFOflNlA DEPARTMENT OF PUBUC WORKS DIVISION OF WATER RESOURCES VENTURA COUNTY INVESTIGATION QUALITY OF GROUND WATER WELL LOCAT...

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The natural resources and economic conditions of the state of Texas; report of an examination made by a special committee of the Merchants' association of New York, by invitation of the governor and Legislature of Texas

By: Commerce and Industry Association of New York
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The Coal Trade

By: Johnson, George, 1837-1911
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Some facts and figures about North Caolina and her natural resources

By: North Carolina. Geological Survey, 1891
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Nature et Faune : Revue Internationale Pour la Conservation de la Nature en Afrique : Wildlife and Nature : International Journal on Nature Conservation in Africa : Volume 13.1

By: Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations. Regional Office for Africa

...ntific data on wildlife and protected areas management and conservation of natural resources on the African continent. Editeur - Editor a.i. : P.D. Ko... ...ata on wildlife and protected areas management and conservation of natural resources on the African continent. Editeur - Editor a.i. : P.D. Kone Ass. ... ... the responsibilities of the Regional Of- fice in the area of forestry and natural resources. We will return to that later in the general informa- tio... ...ponsibilities of the Regional Of- fice in the area of forestry and natural resources. We will return to that later in the general informa- tion contai... ... nourriture, I'lnsuffisance chronique ty of supply and demand, as well as natural and man-made disasters, prevent basic food needs from being fulfill... ...given the anticipated increase in the world's population and the stress on natural resources. des revenus familiaux et nationaux pour I'achat d'alimen... ...e anticipated increase in the world's population and the stress on natural resources. des revenus familiaux et nationaux pour I'achat d'aliments, I'in... ...en. This should happen within the fra- mework of sustainable management of natural re- sources, elimination of unsustainable patterns of consumption a... ...nt and incomes, and promote equita- ble access to productive and financial resources. We agree that trade is a key element in achieving food security....

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The United States of America, a study of the American Commonwealth, its natural resources, people, industries, manufactures, commerce, and its Work in literature, science, education, and self-government; Volume: 1

By: Shaler, Nathaniel Southgate, 1841-1906
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Nature et Faune : Revue Internationale Pour la Conservation de la Nature en Afrique : Wildlife and Nature : International Journal on Nature Conservation in Africa : Volume 3.2

By: Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations. Regional Office for Africa

...ions Unies pour le Developpement (PNUD). de la Banque Mondiale et du World Resources Institute (WRI). Les causes La cause majeure de la deforestation ... ...nalement, en cooperation avec le PNUD, la Banque Mondiale et le WRI (World Resources Insti- tute), la FAO a elabore un Plan d'Action Fo- restier Tropi... ...a, Directeur de la Recherche k I'Institut Ougandais d'Ecologie. (East Afr. Natural History Soc. Bull., vol. 16,pp.42-43) 42 LEMURIENS SOUS-ESPECE ? N...

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Report of the Conservation commission of Maryland for 1908-1909; Number: 5

By: Maryland. Conservation Commission
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Nature et Faune : Revue Internationale Pour la Conservation de la Nature en Afrique : Wildlife and Nature : International Journal on Nature Conservation in Africa : Volume 6.1

By: Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations. Regional Office for Africa

... NATURE CONSERVATION IN AFRICA Wildlife and Protected Areas Management and Natural Resources Conservation. Volume 6 , n" 1 , Janvier - Mars 1990. Janu... ...CONSERVATION IN AFRICA Wildlife and Protected Areas Management and Natural Resources Conservation. Volume 6 , n" 1 , Janvier - Mars 1990. January - Ma... ...ta on wildlife and protected areas management and conserva- tion ofnatural resources on the African continent. Editeurs - Editors : A. lokem - JJ. Ler... ...onservation and de- velopment of wild fauna arxj flora which are essential resources for the African continent. CITES : Conference de Lausanne 9 au 2... ...fricana . Cette Conference 6tait attendue depuis longtemps par les milieux naturalistes du fait que le sort de I'^l^phant d'Afrique devait dtre le cen... ...monde qui I'en- toure. Pareillement, il nest plus possible ^ un zooJogiste-naturaliste travaillant k la conservation de la faune dans une de ces re- s... ...nde vivant - qu'il me soit permis d'atti- rer I'attention de mes collegues naturalistes et de mes confreres en zoologie sur deux faits que nous neglig... ...ce redhibi- toire qui veut que, dans le cursus actuel, trop de zoologistes-naturalistes negligent, m6pri- sent ou rejettent I'approche reductionniste ... ... * CAMPFIRE stand for Communal Areas Management Programme For Indi- genous Resources. It was conceptually de- veloped by the Branch of Terrestrial Eco...

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Proceedings of the National Conservation Congress at; Volume: 3

By: National Conservation Congress
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Nature et Faune : Revue Internationale Pour la Conservation de la Nature en Afrique : Wildlife and Nature : International Journal on Nature Conservation in Africa : Volume 4.1

By: Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations. Regional Office for Africa

...gnani comment I'homme pourrail uliliser et am6na- ger ce reel potentiel de resources a son avan- lage. Le livre est divise en deux parties. La premier...

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Our wasteful nation; the story of American prodigality and the abuse of our national resources

By: Cronau, Rudolf, 1855-1939
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Nature et Faune : Revue Internationale Pour la Conservation de la Nature en Afrique : Wildlife and Nature : International Journal on Nature Conservation in Africa : Volume 9.1

By: Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations. Regional Office for Africa

... NATURE CONSERVATION IN AFRICA Wildlife and Protected Areas Management and Natural Resources Conservation. Volume 9. n°1. Janvier-Mars 1993. January-M... ...CONSERVATION IN AFRICA Wildlife and Protected Areas Management and Natural Resources Conservation. Volume 9. n°1. Janvier-Mars 1993. January-March 199... ...ntific data on wildlife and protected areas management and conservation of natural resources on the African continent. Editeur - Editor : Eric Caufrle... ...ata on wildlife and protected areas management and conservation of natural resources on the African continent. Editeur - Editor : Eric Caufrlez Ass. E... ... same song has been repeated over decades: we should ma- nage our wildlife resources well... Yes, we SHOULD: the corxiitional which says a lot on the ... ...ries are in the forefront of research arxj development. Others watch their resources diminish with a certain fatalism, while development opportuni- ti... ... country with bushmeat could be an indication that the utilization of this natural resource is irrational and actions should be ta- ken to ensure sust... ...t is endangered. It appears that utilization of wildlife, as well as other natural resources is not based on sustai- nability, resulting in a decline ... ...but 6% in Kaga Bandoro and 4% in Bambari) and the associated need for more natural resources, including wildlife (consu- med by all classes of people ...

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Our wasteful nation; the story of American prodigality and the abuse of our national resources

By: Cronau, Rudolf, 1855-1939
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Nature et Faune : Revue Internationale Pour la Conservation de la Nature en Afrique : Wildlife and Nature : International Journal on Nature Conservation in Africa : Volume 12.1

By: Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations. Regional Office for Africa
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Technical paper

By: Louisiana. Department of Conservation
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Nature et Faune : Revue Internationale Pour la Conservation de la Nature en Afrique : Wildlife and Nature : International Journal on Nature Conservation in Africa : Volume 4.4

By: Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations. Regional Office for Africa

...s petits dont ils ne sont pas le pere. Habitudes alimentaires 1. En milieu natural L'aulacode est un animal essentielle- ment vegetarien. Son regime e...

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