Wildlife service

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  • Over the past several decades I have been tasked by environmental specialists of the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service with the preparation of risk assessment documents of chemical and biological hazards of various compounds to wildlife.

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  • The environmental goods and services  (EGS) sector has  traditionally  included solutions  for problems  such  as  air, noise  and marine pollution,  land  and water  contamination,  as well  as  activities  such  as  environmental  analysis  and  consultancy  and  waste  management  and  recycling.  However  more  recently,  the  definition  of  this  sector  has  widened.

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  • This study was launched as a response to the challenges, presented in the Forest Action Plan and implementation of the key action for valuation and compensation for non-market forest goods and services. The study aims to acquire summarised information on the state-of the-art in classification, characterisation and valuation of non-market forest goods and services.

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  • In French-speaking African countries reproductive health services for men, including access to condoms and vasectomy services, and access to services for disease prevention and treat- ment, have been handicapped by unavailability, lack of information, cultural obstacles, and poor quality of services. Many of the obstacles that stand in the way of delivering more and better health care to women and children affect men as well. In addition, the notion that family planning has little to do with men has limited men’s access to services.

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  • The rapid adoption of the Internet and computing technologies by all sectors of modern society has made them an indispensable part of our daily work and life. Access to these resources is taken for granted by public agencies providing services to the community, by those who conduct business and commerce, and by those who use them to stay current on public affairs and in touch with their families and friends on a daily basis.

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  • Private non commercial arrangements, such as mutuals, go back a few hundreds of years, or more, in several OECD countries, pre-dating many public health coverage or social insurance programmes. Many of the countries where private health insurance has a prominent role – for example, the United States, Australia, Ireland, the Netherlands, France – have some tradition of private financing and private provision of health services.

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  • This  products  classification  system  facilitates  rapid  research  about  the  needed  medical  devices. It is also a guarantee of maintaining coherence in the whole list and obtaining a clear  overview of what is needed to set up a reproductive health service.    The  list of products  is  specified by  two  levels of  care:  the  first  level of MNH  care  and  the  referral level.

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  • In this section, the scope and character of holdings in the HathiTrust Digital Library and ReCAP print repository are examined with a view to their potential value in a shared service environment. We first consider the range of holdings in the HathiTrust Digital Library, on the premise that the vast and still expanding scope of the mass-digitized corpus will be a key driver in the transformation of academic library collections and services.

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  • The notion of Ecosystem Services (ES: (Daily 1997; Carpenter 2003; Kremen and Ostfeld 2005) provides a cohesive scientific view of the many mechanisms through which nature contributes to human well-being. Focusing on both the biophysical mechanisms of ES provision and the economic implications of ES use can allow our societies to balance the sides of the “nature vs. the economy” equation, leading to better management and governance (Millennium Ecosystem Assessment 2002).

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  • Moving away from these assertions, the aim of this paper is to identify and analyze the primary issues, opportunities and challenges that eGovernment initiatives present for developing countries. The insights and results here presented are based on an empirical, web- based research of 15 case studies undertaken in developing countries (Argentina, Brazil, Chile, China, Colombia, Guatemala, India, Jamaica, the Philippines) which have already explored and implemented eGovernment initiatives.

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  • The illicit and covert nature of counterfeiting makes evaluating the exact value of these markets problematic and to be regarded with some caution (OECD, 1998; Dixon and Greenhalgh, 2002). However, estimates of the economic cost of counterfeiting to industry and government offer some indication of the size of the markets. Quoting European Commission figures, the OECD estimated in 1998 that counterfeit goods were worth between 5-7 per cent of world trade, and had demonstrated 150 per cent growth in value between 1990 and 1995 (OECD, 1998, p.23).

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  • Network scanning involves using a port scanner to identify all hosts potentially connected to an organization's network, the network services operating on those hosts, such as the file transfer protocol (FTP) and hypertext transfer protocol (HTTP), and the specific application running the identified service, such as WU-FTPD, Internet Information Server (IIS) and Apache for the HTTP service. The result of the scan is a comprehensive list of all active hosts and services, printers, switches, and routers operating in the address space scanned by the port-scanning tool, i.e.

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  • Third, the effects of trade are not considered in the theory. According to the Hecksher-Ohlin trade theory, under free trade countries would tend to specialize on economic activities that the country has abundant resource on. Thus, developed countries would concentrate on labor and service production while developing countries would put emphasis on human capital and manufactured capital-intensive activities. As such, this might explain for the further degradation of environment of the latter, while improvement for the former.

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  • Access  Economics’  estimates  for  value  added  and  employment  attributable  to  the  international  education  sector  are  reported  in  Table  5  below.  Total  expenditure  on  international services in Australia of $14.1 billion resulted in a value added of around $12.6  billion  and  accounted  for  126,240  full‐time  equivalent  (FTE)  jobs  being  created.

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  • This project was initiated in response to a letter from Charles Kean, an Associate Professor of Physiology and Pharmacology and Director of the Animal Care Facility at Loma Linda University, to the National Research Council’s (NRC’s) Institute for Laboratory Animal Research (ILAR), the Association for Assessment and Accreditation of Laboratory Animal Care (AAALAC) International, and the Office of Laboratory Animal Welfare (OLAW) of the National Institutes of Health (NIH) outlining the research animal care community’s concerns about the safe and humane transportation of research animal...

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  • Public media enjoyed ten years of support from Congress to migrate public media from legacy analog technology to the digital distribution technology of the future. With this support, public media has made important and significant progress. Our accomplishments, which are too extensive to list here in their entirety, include:  Public television completely transitioned to digital technology, retiring its analog equipment and significantly expanding its broadcast service.

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  • “Workers’ Compensation Costs” (WC) ranks as the 10th most important problem in this survey, down from its 3rd position in the 2004 survey. About one-quarter of business own- ers regard WC costs as critical, one-third lower than four years ago. In some states, such as Arizona and California, WC systems have been reformed and rates lowered. Also, safer work- places due to improved working environments and a shift in the employment base from more hazardous manufacturing jobs to relatively safe service positions contribute to lower rates.

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  • The Western Riverside County Multiple Species Habitat Conservation Plan (MSHCP) is an ambitious effort to balance development and environmental concerns in an area of rapid urban growth. In return for setting up a 500,000-acre conservation reserve, the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service and the California Department of Fish and Game granted the county and cities in western Riverside County a 75-year

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  • Malnutrition in Somalia is a huge public health problem, negatively affecting growth, development and survival of the population. Situational analysis shows a long term nutrition crisis characterised by persistently high rates of acute and chronic malnutrition throughout the country with some variation by zone and livelihood system. This situation reflects nearly two decades of armed conflict and insecurity, with breakdown in social and public services coupled with recurrent droughts and flooding seriously affecting food security and livelihoods.

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  • Service gauges play an important role in diagnosing faults on refrigerating equipment. Low suction pressure can be related to a number of faults. It is normally associated with restricted refrigerant flow to the evaporator, but in some cases it can be due to the improper setting of a temperature control. As well as maintaining a design temperature, it is vital that the correct humidity conditions are achieved for the type of product being stored. It is important that the temperature difference (TD) between the product being stored and the refrigerant is correct for that product.

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