Life Magazine, November 21, 1949

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We would like to substantially revise this report at a later date. Examples of eco-certification initiatives are the Forest Stewardship Council (FSC) for wood products, the Roundtable on Sustainable Palm Oil (RSPO) for palm oil, and the Rainforest Alliance Marketplace for other products. Gabon's Lope National Park was the first protected area in the country. Much of the original British policy was kept in place, such as the classification of forest land into two broad types.
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Holly / First Crusade / Siege of Jerusalem / Medieval

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At first a broken balloon might not seem to be as interesting as one that’s twisted into a funny shape, but then we wondered, what happens to a balloon after it pops? This book describes the ecology and conservation of these lesser-known rainforests in an attempt to place them on par with tropical rainforests in conservation efforts. However, the creeping abundance of lianas has implications beyond mere aesthetics. "Lianas prevent trees from growing," Schintzer told OurAmazingPlanet. "They're really good competitors."
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Fate of the rain forest (Interdisciplinary Explorations)

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At the very beginning of our human experience, trees were considered sacred and honorable: oaks were worshiped by the European Druids, redwoods a part of American Indian ritual, baobabs a part of African tribal life, to the Chinese the ginkgo link and monkey puzzles to the Chilean Pehuenche. The area of secondary forest is increasing by more than 4 percent yearly, Dr. So this is a huge heat engine that drives the winds of the world, those winds that the ancient mariners knew and the same winds that deliver moisture regularly and predictably to this country and to Europe.
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Life Magazine February 13, 1970

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Many people see dragonfly swarms and are curious about what they see. When an experienced team of foresters was despatched by itto to investigate current logging practices in the timber-producing member countries, they returned with depressing news. The forest floor of rdrzea is formed by this sediment, which is trapped by the large buttress roots of the trees, gradually building up the level of the plains. Scientists are still discovering new species previously unknown to science, and it appears that many of the species living in the BTNR and CCNR are found only in Singapore, and nowhere else in the world!
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LIFE Magazine - October 21, 1940 - Mardee Hoff on cover,

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Biomass and nutrient cycling of a highly productive Corsican pine stand on former heathland in northern Belgium. Forests may also be divided into moist and dry climate types. This precipitation is in the form of rain and snow. Governments and international aid agencies for a time believed that by encouraging colonisation and trans-migration schemes into rainforest areas, they could alleviate some of the poverty felt by the people of the financially poorer countries.
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LIFE MAGAZINE July 17, 1939

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Bacteria use these as a source of hydrogen. Newly-measured “Big Lonely Doug” is a gargantuan, old-growth Douglas-fir tree now standing alone in a recent logging clearcut on southern Vancouver Island. Costa Rica's aggressive conservation policy may not be enough to protect its rare and celebrated cloud forests. These lowland forests were some of the richest, and are now some of the most threatened, in the world. First and foremost, top-quality ancient trees are being cut down for all sorts of industrial and otherwise commercial use.
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The National Geographic Magazine. October 1929.

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Here, you will live with a family for approximately three days and learn about traditional resource use, livelihoods, and contemporary threats to the Naso-Teribe way of life. They help to keep it balanced so that all the members can survive. There used to be an great Atlantic rainforest stretching from Ireland to Scotland. Robinson, Linda. "Some Mixed Signals for Uncle Sam." The forest floor may be fertile, but is often not. NDVI correlates with ecosystem CO2 fluxes.
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LIFE MAGAZINE January 25, 1937.

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We're happy to get recordings from all regions at all times of year (pre-migration, migration, and breeding are all fine). S. (1999) Effects of birds and rodents on synthetic tallgrass communities. Both our terrestrial and aquatic rainforests play important roles in temperature control and both are threatened by climate change. Countries represented in TRI News and TRI Bulletin research articles, 1986 - Present. The team have suffered inevitable illnesses and nutritional deficiencies, not to mention the general lack of home comforts.
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Rhumba-tiya: A rain forest Rumpelstiltskin : a musical play

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An additional stakeholder in this project is Électricité de France (EDF), a French company. The tropics receive two-thirds of the world's rainfall, and when it rains, water changes from liquid to vapor and back again, storing and releasing heat energy in the process. Ongoing volunteer projects include: photopoint monitoring in the Tonto National Forest and Saguaro National Park, riparian assessments along urban and preserved corridors, outreach at Arizona Project WET Water Festivals, free private well testing and collaboration with NEMO to develop Watershed Based Plans.
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Creation Scapes - The Rain Forest ("A Journey through God's

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Degradation is both a state (i.e., the forest is degraded) and a process as a continuum across time and/or space (i.e., the forest is being degraded; Chazdon 2008, Ahrends et al. 2010). The Iban of Sarawak, an exceptionally mobile group, move by 90-180 kilometres (50-100 miles) each generation, and sometimes as much as 460 kilometres (250 miles) in a lifetime. Sharing knowledge and information between nearly 100 city governments in Indonesia involves many actors. The term jungle is also sometimes applied to tropical rainforests generally.
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