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Author: Library of Congress
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Vår fuglefauna
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Norsk bokfortegnelse. Arskatalog
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Wildlife Abstracts
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Side effects of renewable energy sources
Author: Larry Medsker, National Audubon Society
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Year: 1982
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From the Hornets' Nest to Custer's Last Stand
Author: Ozzie Sollien
Publisher: Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
ISBN: 1484054571
Pages: 328
Year: 2013
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On a spring day in 1861 a young Norwegian - Olaus Hansen - leaves his childhood home to embark on a long Atlantic crossing towards a prosperous future as a farmer in Iowa. 21 years later an exhausted, ill and broken down ex-soldier, a veteran from a dozen bloody battles with the 12th Iowa Volunteer Infantry during the Civil War and a 7th Cavalry survivor from Custer's Last Stand at the Little Bighorn - Olans H. Northeg - commits suicide in the dark, frozen winter of Dakota Territory. It is the same man. His family both in Norway and the United States deliberately shroud his existence in the darkness of history for 130 years. What happened during Olaus' time in America, why did the family cover up his life, and why did he take a new identity? A true, extensively researched, dramatized story about youthful dreams devastated by war - about heroism, death, disease and PTSD during 18 years of campaigning in the American Civil War and Indian Wars.
Sea-Birds (Collins New Naturalist Library, Book 28)
Author: James Fisher, R. M. Lockley
Publisher: HarperCollins UK
ISBN: 0007406258
Pages: 336
Year: 2013-04-11
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Sea-Birds introduces us to the sea-birds of the North Atlantic, an ocean in which about half the world sea-bird species have been seen at one time or another. This edition is exclusive to newnaturalists.com
The Environmental Impacts of Organic Farming in Europe
Author: Matthias Stolze
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Pages: 127
Year: 2000
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Fish Energetics
Author: Peter Tytler, Peter Calow
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
ISBN: 9401179182
Pages: 349
Year: 2012-12-06
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It is almost thirty years since Professor G. G. Winberg established the basis for experimental studies in fish energetics with the publication of his monograph, Rate of Metabolism and Food Requirements of Fishes. His ultimate aim was to develop a scientific approach to fish culture and management, and the immense volume of literature generated in the ensuing years has been mainly in response to the demand for information from a rapidly expanding, world-wide aquaculture industry and to the shortcomings of contemporary practices in fisheries management. The purpose of this book is not to review this literature compre hensively, but, assuming an informed readership, to focus attention on topics in which new knowledge and theory are beginning to be applied in practice. Most emphasis has been placed on food; feeding; production (growth and reproduction) and energy budgeting, as these have most influence on the development of fish culture. Some chapters offer practical advice for the selection of methods, and warn of pitfalls in previous approaches. In others the influence of new theory on the interpretation of studies in fish energetics is discussed in the context of resource allocation and adaptation. We hope that the scope of material presented here will have sufficient interest and value to help significantly to fulfil Winberg's original objectives.
Threats to Plants and Animals
Author: Kimberley Jane Pryor
Publisher: Macmillan Education AU
ISBN: 1420261045
Pages: 168
Year: 2007
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The variety of plants and animals on Earth is called biodiversity. There are 1.8 million species of plants and animals and each has an important job to do in its ecosystem, However extinctions are occurring at rapids rates because of human activity. aThis timely book presents information on the risks to plants and animals caused by humans and presents ways groups, governments and individuals can and are addressing the problems. ContentsHabitat destructionHabitat fragmentationIntroduced sp
Vår fågelvärld
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Missä Golfvirta jäätyy
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Year: 1972
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Hvor Golfstrømmen fryser
Author: Matti Saanio
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ISBN: 8205056838
Pages: 190
Year: 1973
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The Black-headed Gull
Author: Jon Fjeldså
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Year: 1978
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The Ecology of Animal Movement
Author: Ian Richard Swingland, Paul John Greenwood
Publisher: Oxford University Press, USA
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Year: 1983
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"Twelve original essays written by people who have done some serious thinking about animal movements. Just about all animals (and numerous plants) move about in one way or another, so the questions with which the authors deal are useful for scientists studying diverse organisms...Useful to numerous zoologists and some botanists as well as to advanced undergraduate and graduate students."--Choice

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