• Water Scarcity in Arizona
    costs of conservation. According to the Arizona Department of Water resources, rural agriculture accounts for about 70 percent of Arizona's water use. However, immediate conservation efforts, in terms of limiting use, is not feasible for farmers and will do very little to permanently change the demand...
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  • Waste Heat Recovery
    heat recovery system and its use for hot water generation and also saving the high-grade energy electricity from low-grade hot water production application.     Key words:  Energy needs, Energy conservation, Waste heat utilization, low grade energy...
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  • Friendship Is a Wine of Life
    with the government in its conservation efforts. Recommendations from the National Conservation Strategy Report are incorporated in the Eighth Five-Year Plan (1993-98). Natural resources Pakistan's principal natural resources are arable land, water, and extensive natural gas and Oil reserves. About...
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  • Computer-a Revolution in the World
    you separately Now read the following guidelines carefully before answering the questions: GUIDELINES FOR ASSIGNMENTS The assignments have two types of questions: 1) Essay Type Questions which you have to answer in about 500 words each carry 20 marks each. 2) Short notes which you have...
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  • Marriage Is a Private Affair
    , Periyar in Kerala is doing a great job to preserve the wild Elephants and Dachigam National Park is progressing rapidly to save Kashmiri Stag. Wildlife Conservation in India occupies a total area of about 3.29 million sq. km. that contains floral and faunal species, mammals, reptiles, insects...
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  • Wildlife
    Conservation in India occupies a total area of about 3.29 million sq. km. that contains floral and faunal species, mammals, reptiles, insects and birds. The Wildlife Conservation in India has become the most popular holiday destinations because of its diverseness. In India there are 571 sanctuaries and...
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  • Wild Life
    Union for Conservation of Nature and Natural Resources (IUCN) General Assembly meeting in Delhi in 1969, serious concern was voiced about the threat to several species of wildlife and the shrinkage of wilderness in the India. In 1970, a national ban on tiger hunting was imposed and in 1972 the...
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  • Essay
    . Questions 6 to 14 are two marks questions. They are to be answered in about 30 words. 3. Questions 15 to 23 are three marks questions. They are to be answered in about 50 words. 4. Questions 24 to 26 are five marks questions. They are to be answered in about 70 words. 5. Questions 27 to 41 are multiple...
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  • Wildlife Protection in India
    the disturbance of viable tiger habitats. At the International Union for the Conservation of Nature and Natural Resources (IUCN) General Assembly meeting in Delhi in 1969, serious concern was voiced about the threat to several species of wildlife and the shrinkage of wilderness in the India. In 1970...
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  • The Ngorongoro Crater
    (Mountain of God-In Maasai Language) volcano, Olduvai Gorge and the Ngorongoro Crater which occupies only one tenth of the entire conservation area. The Ngorongoro Crater, is one of the Africa's best known wildlife-viewing areas and one of Tanzania’s most visited sites. At about 20 km wide, it is...
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  • Documen
    ------------------------------------------------- Wildlife of India From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Part of a series on | Wildlife of India | | Biodiversity[show] | Protected areas[show] | Related topics[show] | Organizations[show] | Conservation[show] | 1. v  2. d...
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  • Conservation of Wildlife
    quickly through `grow and release' or `rear and release' technique - more than seven thousand crocodiles have been restocked - about 4000 gharial (Gavialis gangeticus), 1800 mugger (Crocodylus palustris) and 1500 salt- water crocodiles (Crocodylus porosus) -            To promote captive breeding...
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  • Wildlife Conservation
    rectify the situation. During the fifth plan, the Govt. of India sponsored Fish Farmers Development Agencies (FFDA) to popularize fish farming in tanks and ponds. There are 147 FFDAs functioning in 17 States, bringing about 101 thousand hectares of water area under intensive fish culture and there is a...
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  • Food safety
    million cubic meters. The groundwater collects in crystalline rocks, about 500 meters thick, which make the water difficult to access. Dams have been built throughout the country to trap the run-off water from flash floods. The government is building more of these dams to help the even distribution...
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  • Bachular of Computer Applications
    Short Plays. 5 marks (b) Five short notes to be attempted out of the given eight Short Plays. Each Note to be attempted in 50 words. 2*5=10 marks Q.3. Comprehension of one/two passage of about 250 words from either The Short Plays or the English Teacher. (a...
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  • Conservation
    Conservation • It’s located about 165 km from Colombo • Covers an area of 30,821ha belonging to two administrative districts *60% belongs to the Monaragal District (Uva province) *40% belongs to Ratnapura (Sabaragamuwa province) • The Park...
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  • Sci 245 Check Point Week 9
    did not | | |happen overnight but instead took about two hundred years to play| | |out. With the lowering of the ground water The Garamantes...
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  • Sustainability Outline
    , or lower and give four possible ways you could lower your water footprint (500 word minimum) water footprints help reveal the amount of water being used at an individual level to national level, which allows and aids us in being more efficient and conservative with our water use the typical...
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  • Save Forest and Wildlife
    Elephant Conservation Center, on an average 250 tuskers are killed every year in India. *In a period of about 400 years, on an average, every year a species has become extinct. By 1985 this rate had increased to one species per day! *According to a study of World Watch Institute minimum of 140 plant and...
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  • Black Market
    to black market and so it would be included in this research. Basically we would discuss about what causes black market, how it runs and why people resort to getting involved in this. We would also be featuring the different animals that are available in the black market. Articles and different...
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