• research proporsal
    securitization of water resource management in international river basins. This study focuses specifically on the political aspects of institutional developments in the water sector as it pertains to South Africa’s international river basins, and is about such processes. Southern Africa as a geopolitical...
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  • whatever is the regime these days
    In politics, a regime is the form of government: the set of rules, cultural or social norms, etc. that regulate the operation of government and its interactions with society. It's basically the time or period a person rules. Modern usage While the word regime originates as a synonym for any form of...
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  • Oil Industry-Ethical Issues
    | | Total Oil Company - Exploitation of workers | 4 | | | Total Oil Company - Supporting oppressive regimes | 4 | | | Royal Dutch Shell Oil Company- Supporting oppressive regimes | 4 | | | Royal Dutch Shell Oil Company- Environment destruction | 5 | | | Conclusion | 5 | |...
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  • the Irtysh River
    prigaudiere@safege.fr ORIGINAL ARTICLE Will the river Irtysh survive the year 2030? Impact of long-term unsuitable land use and water management of the upper stretch of the river catchment (North Kazakhstan) Abstract The Irtysh river basin all the way from river spring in China across Kazakhstan as far...
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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 and...
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  • Intertidal Wetlands
    within the intertidal zone of the Minnamurra River estuary. This ecosystem is made up of a community of plants and animals interacting with each other and the abiotic environment. The vegetation of the shoreline is dominated by the Grey Mangrove and the River Mangrove. At the study site, both mangroves...
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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 sheltering...
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  • Palaeofloods in India
    considerable interest in the study of palaeoclimates and palaeohydrology in India. During the review period, slackwater flood deposits (SWD) of many rivers have been investigated to derive information about extreme hydrologic events and the climate variability during the historical period. Although there...
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  • Environment Managment Case Study
    several hectares of Mangroves. 2. Its construction would damage mangrove cultivation in the 2,000 hectares, besides the diversion of Gadhi and Ulwe rivers, which according to the Union Environment and Forests Ministry is a very serious issue considering the destruction Mumbai faced during the 26th July...
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  • Germany
    where unpolluted and untouched marsh is still found in the areas. One newly designated reserve area is now within a national park in the lower Oder River valley, which is flooded annually. The park was established as part of an effort to preserve Germany’s unique ecosystem and its hundreds of species...
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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 marked...
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  • Water Wars: the Nile River Basin
    frightening predictions, we must examine them within the context of the Nile River basin and the relationships forged among the states that share its waters. The Nile River is 6850km long. It is the world’s longest river and flows from the east and central African plains to the Mediterranean sea in...
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  • Cum Get some
    assumed the presidency, but aroused strong political opposition[116] and was deposed in April 1964 by a coup that resulted in a military regime.[117] The new regime was intended to be transitory[118] but it gradually closed in on itself and became a full dictatorship with the promulgation of the Fifth...
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  • What I See Through the Open Window
    [2] Areas with wet seasons are dispersed across portions of the 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...
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  • Community Profile of Sayangan, Kibungan, Benguet
    subdivided into 7 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,...
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  • Syrian Arab Republic
    Jabal Druze mountains lie. Another chain of low mountains, extending from 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...
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  • Mishthi's
    As part of the timeless Indian Civilization, the River Yamuna, other than being a traditional water resource, is also a cultural icon and is worshipped as a goddess in Indian Culture. A little inquiry into ancient Indian scriptures, rituals, art forms, traditional vocation, festivities or even the National...
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  • Inland Shipping
    waterways and ports ............................................ 46 Existence of different regimes for technical requirements for vessels..................................... 46 Existence of different regimes for boatmaster’s licences......................................................... 46 Differences...
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  • North Korea
    further reduce the ability of the country to feed itself. Although 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...
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  • Haha
    armistice agreement by which the Germans occupy the northern half of the country and the entire Atlantic coastline. In southern France, a collaborationist regime with its capital in Vichy is established. June 10, 1940 Italy enters the war. Italy invades southern France on June 21. June 28, 1940 The Soviet...
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