Objectives for plantation

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  • From the epidemiological data (fixed base line increment per 10 µg/m3 PM10 per 1 million inhabitant) on the one hand and the average exposure level of the population on the other hand, the number of health outcomes can be determined. These calculations may be done for the current exposure to particulate matter as well as for a hypothetical situation without road traffic-related air pollution. The difference between the two results corresponds to the number of morbidity and mortality cases attributable to road traffic-related air pollution.

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  • Tham khảo tài liệu 'guide to infectious diseases for schools and day care centers', y tế - sức khoẻ, sức khỏe trẻ em phục vụ nhu cầu học tập, nghiên cứu và làm việc hiệu quả

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  • Ouedraogo et al. 2006). Most patients presented with symptoms suspicious for TB; thus, lack of diagnostic sensitivity of health workers is of concern (Wandwalo & Morkve 2000). Afghanistan has the highest TB burden in south Asia (World Health Organization 2007). While health services are expanding and quality improving, gaps in access and deficient quality of some interventions persist. The Ministry of Public Health adopted a Basic Package of Health Services (BPHS) in 2003, which provides standard primary care services for districts covering 77% of the population.

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  • The predominant and persistent indoor VOCs included aldehydes (e.g., formaldehyde, acetaldehyde, pentanal, hexanal and nonanal) and terpene hydrocarbons (e.g., a-pinene, 3-carene and d-limonene), which are characteristic of wood product emissions. Other compounds of interest included phenol, naphthalene, and other aromatic hydrocarbons. VOC concentrations were generally typical of results reported for other new houses. Measurements of total VOCs were used to evaluate short-term changes in indoor VOC concentrations. ...

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  • A case study of an excellent Spanish–English bilingual reader (Jiménez et al., 1995) shows the use of similar strategies for identifying words and comprehending text in both languages, and the frequent use of information from the other language. A larger- scale study carried out by the same group (Jiménez et al.

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  • Many Roman villas had under-floor heating which would have been especially useful in the British winter! The Roman name, hypocaust, is Ancient Greek meaning ‘fire beneath’. The floor was supported on short columns made of stacked tiles. A fire would be kept burning (very hard work for the slaves!) in the furnace room, and the hot air would move through the under-floor area, heating the rooms above. The hot air and smoke escaped through channels in the walls. To make your hypocaust system, you will need to raise up your whole villa by around 6cm.

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  • Oracle Real Application Clusters (RAC)1 is an option to the award-winning Oracle Database Enterprise Edition. Oracle RAC is a cluster database with a shared cache architecture that overcomes the limitations of traditional shared-nothing and shared-disk approaches to provide highly scalable and available database solutions for all your business applications. Oracle RAC is a key component of Oracle’s enterprise grid architecture and cloud foundation.

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  • The M.Ed. program offers graduate licensure in elementary education (K-6), gifted education (K-12), and special education (K-12). In the M.Ed. program, students hone skills for implementing appropriate instruction and differentiating curriculum for special needs students while deepening their understanding of the different content areas. Though skill development is an important aspect of the program, empowering teachers to make professionally mature decisions and developing collaborative leadership and research expertise are also emphasized. The M.Ed.

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  • The second problem with accounting profits is that, unlike cash flow, they exclude investments. A growing business will invariably have to invest more in working and fixed capital, so that it could easily have positive earnings, but cash could be draining away. On the other hand, depreciation is deducted in the calculation of earnings even though it does not involve any cash outlay. So for a mature business with assets still being depreciated, earnings could well understate cash flows. Third, earnings ignore the time value of money.

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  • We measured and tested whether the following variables affect walking (basis: 200m buffer around each child's shortest walking path): number of busy intersections crossed, intersection and street density, total daily vehicle-miles traveled, average vehicle speed along the route, population density, and land use (R Wilson, 2008). Sidewalk coverage data do not exist for Roseville and could not be tested in the model. We refined the model through systematic testing of independent variables as the differ- ence in log-likelihood ratios.

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  • In recent years, energy prices have become increasingly more expensive and volatile. This trend has added to auto ownership costs and uncertainty about future operating expenses. Moreover, parking in many of the world’s largest cities is limited and costly further adding to private vehicle expenditures. Many nations worldwide have adopted carsharing (or short-term auto access) as a means to reduce personal transportation costs and the negative impacts of widespread auto use including: congestion, inefficient land use, energy consumption, and emissions.

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  • While loans may be available to students with good credit histories, the question of how much to borrow is often asked. The maxim “Live like a student now or you will live like a student later” is a good one to remember. Consult an individual school’s Student Expense Budget for estimates of living expenses, and budget accordingly. Track your current spending habits and compare them to the budget at schools of your choice. Share housing; learn to cook. Food expenses are often budget busters. Bring a lunch rather than buying one.

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  • If the capacity of the supply transformers exceeds 30 kva by a large margin, it is possible that the above procedure will not produce the desired remagnetization. This can occur if the transformer magnetizing current supplied by the PMG after the low voltage switch is opened is sufficiently large because the current required to magnetize the core of the transformer exerts a strong demagnetizing influence on the rotor of the PMG. If this is found to be a problem, a three-phase, 2,300 volt switch should be provided for de-energizing the PMG in addition to the low voltage switch. ...

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  • The following guidance is based on the best available evidence. The full guideline (www.nice.org.uk/guidance/CG123) gives details of the methods and the evidence used to develop the guidance. This guideline was developed to provide an integrated approach to the identification and assessment of common mental health disorders, particularly in primary care. It draws together the recommendations from existing NICE guidance and addresses any gaps in the identification and assessment of these conditions. The guideline also provides advice for primary care and other staff on referral.

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  • By means of econometric methods, the information contained in options prices can be extracted. In the literature, two methods are most frequently chosen, namely the implied volatility and the risk-neutral density. The latter approach extends the frequently used concept of the volatility implicit in option prices to modelling the probabilities that market participants assign to all possible price levels of the underlying instrument. The entire RND offers a wider information set as it includes the third (skewness) and the fourth (kurtosis) moment of a distribution.

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  • Full term infants that are disproportionately small at birth, however, may be the result of short-term insults in the third trimester, for example, that promote weight and muscle loss but spare brain and body length (Gould, 1989). These infants may have the ability to catch up in growth where the environment fulfills health and nutritional needs (Adair, 1999). In industrialized countries, access to intensive care technology influence an infant’s long-term prognosis (Dashe et al 2000), although such technology is not available to the majority of Indonesian women. ...

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  • Many have gone above and beyond the call of duty to make this special issue possible. The editorial team at Forced Migration Review has been the anchor on which we have all relied. The authors of the articles and those who submitted pieces we could not include deserve special recognition. Their work was done after-hours, often in the field during time they did not have. Ricardo Ernst, my fellow guest editor, has been an able partner responding with feed- back from all corners of the globe.

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  • Until the early 1990’s latex production has been the main objective for rubberwood cultivation in Thailand. In 1989 the Thai government established a national natural forests logging ban. This law raised an immediate demand for construction and furniture wood in Thailand. Previously, the rubberwood trunks left over after the latex production, were either used as firewood at the plantation site or in charcoal production. Rubberwood offers qualities to ease off the demand for natural tropical forest trees and this way helps to decrease the pressure on illegal logging.

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  • As part of the CARD project 032/05VIE, sustainable and profitable for Acacia Forest Sawlog production in Vietnam, a training course in Acacia tree improvement and silviculture is carried action on October 11-15 June 2007 in Ho Chi Minh City and surrounding areas. The main objective is to train junior FSIV and scientists and technicians in the province to improve basic principles to plant Acacia trees and silvicultural techniques related to sawlog production.

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  • In addition to redefi ning the calculation of capital requirements and establish- ing a supervisory review process under Pillars 1 and 2, Basel II imposes new and enhanced disclosure obligations on credit institutions under its third pillar. The purpose of Pillar 3 is to ensure greater transparency in terms of banks’ activities and risk strategies, as well as to enhance comparability across credit institutions – which is all in the interests of market participants.

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