• whatever is the regime these days
    or telecommunications agreements, for example, and constrain national governments.[citation needed] Science[edit] See also: Fire regime and River regime In scientific discussions, a regime is a class of physical conditions, usually parameterised by some specific measures, where a particular...
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  • research proporsal
    If water scarcity has an inherently high conflict potential, what can (or should) be done to mitigate that conflict? How can one understand the political dynamics of securitization, desecuritization, regime creation and institutional development, in the context of the international river...
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  • Oil Industry-Ethical Issues
    oppressive regimes | 4 | | | Royal Dutch Shell Oil Company- Supporting oppressive regimes | 4 | | | Royal Dutch Shell Oil Company- Environment destruction | 5 | | | Conclusion | 5 | | | Recommendation | 5 | | | Reference | 6 | In recent decades, the discovery of petroleum...
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  • the Irtysh River
    as giving a prognosis of development of the hydrological regime. Natural conditions of the Irtysh river basin Fig. 1 Situation of upper Irtysh river The second issue is the quantitative aspect since Irtysh is among the largest rivers in the world and its average water discharge at the...
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  • Palaeofloods in India
    conducted so far in India have the same objective, to reconstruct a complete catalogue of the Holocene flood events and to understand the nature of changes in the ancient or subrecent river regime conditions and behaviour. Although there are inter-basin differences in the flood histories, regional...
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  • Murrumbidgee River
    Murrumbidgee River, James Furlong The word Murrumbidgee is Aboriginal for “Plenty Water” or “Big Water”. For thousands of years, the Murrumbidgee River provided a rich source of sustenance for the people of the Wiradjuri nation. There were abundant fish, crayfish and mussels in the river, wildfowl...
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  • Intertidal Wetlands
    DISCUSS THE NATURAL AND HUMAN – INDUCED THREATS TO THESE WETLANDS AND OUTLINE MANAGEMENT STRATEGIES WHICH COULD PROTECT AND SUSTAIN THEM. Mangroves are a type of marine ecosystem. They occur within the intertidal zone of the Minnamurra River estuary. This ecosystem is made up of a community of...
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  • geography
    Describe and explain how the flow of river varies from the headwater to the river mouth. How does human activity influence the natural regime of the river flow? Introduction An introduction highlights the factors affecting the velocity of different courses. Main body: Describe...
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  • Environment Managment Case Study
    to diversion of the Mithi River. Will diversion of Ulve and Gadhi rivers not result in such situation? What will be the impact on natural river regime? Ans. 1. Water logging and floods will cause problems for the residents of Navi Mumbai. 2. Diversion of the rivers Ulve and Gadhi will...
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  • Soap
    RIVER BASIN KOLAB [ INDIA ] Kolab 010.doc SCHEDULE A ASSESSMENT OF RIVER BASINS (RBs) IN SOUTH ASIA Sr. No. 1 1.1 1.2 Details Physical Features - General Information Name of River basin (also indicate regional names); Relief Map and Index Map of RB with Country/ State/ Province boundary...
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  • Water Wars: the Nile River Basin
    political linkages between states in shared international river basins. Central to this analysis are the hydro-political security complex and regime theory. Using regime theory and institutions they portray states as able to care for absolute gains and less for relative gains, thus making cooperation...
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  • What I See Through the Open Window
    tropics and subtropics.[3] In contrast to areas with savanna climates and monsoon regimes, mediterranean climates have wet winters and dry summers. Tropical rainforests technically do not have dry or wet seasons, since their rainfall is equally distributed through the year.[4] Some areas with pronounced...
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  • Germany
    Uplands. Below Bonn the Rhine emerges into a broad plain, and west of Emmerich it enters The Netherlands to issue into the North Sea. The Rhine belongs to two types of river regimes. Rising in the Alps, it profits first from the extremely torrential Alpine regime, which causes streams to be swollen by...
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  • Mishthi's
    does. Flows are needed for maintaining the river regime, making it possible for the river to purify itself, sustaining aquatic life and vegetation, recharging groundwater, support livelihoods, facilitating navigation, preventing the incursion of salinity, and enabling the river to play its role in...
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  • Community Profile of Sayangan, Kibungan, Benguet
    barangays namely Badeo, Lubo, Madaymen, Palina, Poblacion, Sagpat, and Tacadang. Kibungan didn’t have a name until the American Regime. It is said that Americans, upon reaching a vicinity got curious with the place they were in, asked the natives of the place’s name. Upon inquiry, a female monkey swung...
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  • North Korea
    the Korean War ended in 1953 with an armistice, tensions remain. As a consequence, the regime continues to spend huge sums and devote scare resources to feeding and maintaining a huge and menacing army. Environmental Changes as Causes of Acute Conflict Information on developments and trends...
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  • Syrian Arab Republic
    the Jabal Druze to the Euphrates River, diagonally divides the eastern plateau. The Euphrates River is the most important river in Syria as it is its principal source of water. Southern Syria is primarily covered by the Hamad desert, while the northeastern region is the largest fertile area named...
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  • Rainy season
     regimes,mediterranean climates have wet winters and dry summers.Tropical rainforests technically do not have dry or wet seasons, since their rainfall is equally distributed throughout the year. Some areas with pronounced rainy seasons will see a break in rainfall mid-season, when the intertropical...
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  • Haha
    September, the Allies reach the German border; by December, virtually all of France, most of Belgium, and part of the southern Netherlands are liberated. August 23, 1944 The appearance of Soviet troops on the Prut River induces the Romanian opposition to overthrow the Antonescu regime. The new government...
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  • Himnt
    regimes in the river, and associated sediment dynamics, could go a long way towards relieving the pressures on the Niger’s ecology without exacerbating regional tensions over control of water, fish, and related resources. Average flow of the Niger River (m3/s) Fish production Fish value...
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