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Environmental and Economic Costs of Pesticide Use
W orldwide, approximately 2.5 million tons of pesticides are applied each year with a purchase price of $20 billion (Pesticide News 1990). In the United States, approximately 500,000 tons of 600Expand
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Estimating harvest schedules and profitability under the risk of fire disturbance
Incorporating fire disturbance into sustainable forest management plans is necessary to provide estimates of variation around indicators for harvest levels, growing stock, profitability, and landsc...
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Handbook of contemporary Japanese religions
Representing work by some of the leading scholars in the field, the chapters of this handbook survey the transformation and innovation of religious traditions and practices in contemporary Japan.Expand
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Household Altars in Contemporary Japan: Rectifying Buddhist "Ancestor Worship" with Home Décor and Consumer Choice
In Japan, where organized religion is increasingly viewed with a critical eye, one of the country's most enduring social and religious traditions-commemorating ancestral spirits-is undergoing rapidExpand
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'Logging in the Congo Basin. What hope for indigenous peoples' resources, and their environments? '
The Congo Basin The Congo Basin in Central Africa contains some of the largest and most biodiverse tracts of rainforest areas left in the world, second in size only to the Amazon Basin. They are alsoExpand
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Habitat selection, movement patterns, and hazards encountered by northern leopard frogs (Lithobates pipiens) in an agricultural landscape
—Many wildlife species, including frogs, are exposed to hazards in agricultural landscapes. We studied the movements of Northern Leopard Frogs (Lithobates pipiens) in southeastern Minnesota, USA, anExpand
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Prospects for city-scale combined heat and power in the UK
City-scale combined heat and power / district heating (CHP/DH) brings to a number of European countries major social and commercial benefits which have been almost totally overlooked in the UK. ToExpand
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