A ppt on natural resources

UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA Division of Agriculture & Natural Resources.

& Mountain Region Central Valley Region Central Coast & South Region Vice President - Ag & Nat. Resources Executive Council & Program Council Workgroups Workgroups Program Areas & Workgroups l Ag Policy & Pest Management 15 workgroups l Ag Productivity 29 workgroups l Human Resources 22 workgroups l Natural Resources 17 workgroups We value natural California Statewide Programs & Projects A few examples include l Statewide Integrated Pest Management Project l Agricultural Issues Center/


Canada Location, climate, & resources. GPS & E.Q. GPS: SS6G6a. Explain how Canada’s location, climate, and natural resources have affected where people.

inland from both coasts 9 major seaports that help Canada trade with the world Canada’s Climate Keeps people living in just a few areas SE Canada humid continental climate – warm to hot summers & cold winters 60+ inches precipitation/year – snow can/climate – long, cold winters & short, cool summers – can freeze even in summer! Canada’s Natural Resources Iron ore, nickel, copper, zinc, gold, lead, molybdenum, potash, diamonds, silver Fish, fresh water, hydroelectric power Good soil Timber, wildlife Coal, oil/


The Corporate Ecosystem Services Review Training Ecosystems & Corporate Performance World Resources Institute.

fisheriesCapture fisheries Wild foodsWild foods Biomass fuelBiomass fuel Genetic resourcesGenetic resources Biochemicals, natural medicines, & pharmaceuticalsBiochemicals, natural medicines, & pharmaceuticals Fresh waterFresh water Timber and other wood/Manufacturing World Resources Institute EcosystemsBusiness Business and ecosystem services are inter-related World Resources Institute Deforestation: Santa Cruz, Bolivia Deforestation: Santa Cruz, Bolivia World Resources Institute 1973 -A small settlement/


Introduction Compare natural resources and group them as renewable or nonrenewable NATURAL RESOURCES Scope 5.11C ENGAGE.

PROCEDURE & QUESTIONS Pass the articles around the room. Although it is a common item, students should be careful handling motor oil. Let student examine the articles. Introduction Compare natural resources and group them as renewable or nonrenewable ASK: 1.How can we / QUESTIONS Put the coal and motor oil into one group. Put the paper and water into another group. Introduction Compare natural resources and group them as renewable or nonrenewable ASK: 1.Why are the articles grouped in this way? 2.Are there /


World Geography TodayChapter 26 The Indian Perimeter Preview Section 1: Natural EnvironmentsNatural Environments Section 2: History and CultureHistory.

the Indian Perimeter? What types of climates, plants, and animals are found there? What natural resources do countries in the region have? Section 1: Natural Environments World Geography TodayChapter 26 Pakistan—Northern mountains (Himalayas, Karakoram, Hindu Kush), hills and/ arrived. Persians, Greeks, and Indians (Maurya, Gupta) occupied parts of the region. Turkic Muslims brought Islam around A.D. 1000. Mughals ruled from 1500s to 1700s. Europeans colonized the region after 1500. Section 2: History and /


My Notes on ____________________ Location: Geographic Features: Climate: Natural Resources: Special Landmarks or Sites: Imperial palace, St. Stephens.

park My Notes on _New york___________________ Location: north eastern united states Geographic Features: farms, forests, mountains, rivers, lakes Climate: humid continental climate Natural Resources: granite, forests, timber Special Landmarks or Sites: Statue of liberty Wall Other Interesting:: there is a city called new York city in new York state http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Climate_of_New_Yo rk My Notes on _California___________________ Location: southwestern united/


Natural Resource Management Principles Session Objectives: l Identify institutional implications of natural resource management principles l Suggest measures.

principles l Social principles l Institutional implications l Discussions Objective of Natural Resource Management Sustainable Use: Use of natural resources in ways that ensure a non-declining stream of benefits for all, especially the poor, without weakening ecological functions of the resources. Economic Principles l Undistorted price –remove government subsidies for resource use l Cost internalization –resource users pay for external effects l Constant income –estimate & invest user/


Natural Resources are materials found in nature.

cannot be replaced Fossil fuels and minerals Laws have been passed & scientists work to use resources more efficiently Natural resources have affected growth of settlements: Sharing of resources = better farmland (soil & water) = growth of cities Europeans = contact with Asians in spice and silk trade Industry developed as a result of coal and iron ore Gold Rush during 1800s = people moved to California, Australia, Alaska, South/


Natural Gas and Energy Reform Legislation Steve Crout Managing Director, Government Affairs American Gas Association.

Intrastate - State Commissions The U. S. Natural Gas Industry At A Glance Source: Dept. of Energy, Energy Information Administration, AGA Investor-Owned Municipal 860300,000Local Governments Sector Information Natural Gas Deliveries – 2000 Trillion Cubic Feet (/Ft Water Depth) Source: I.H.S. Energy & Anadarko Petroleum Liquefied Natural Gas Annual Global Consumption < 2% of World Proved Reserves Worldwide Natural Gas Resources Are Vast Global LNG Supply Facilities Existing Under Construction Proposed U.S. /


LEARNING GOAL 2: ANALYZE HOW CLIMATE, NATURAL RESOURCES, PHYSICAL GEOGRAPHY AND HUMAN GEOGRAPHIC FACTORS AFFECT THE LOCATION OF ECONOMIC ACTIVITIES. CRITERIA.

cash crops. If crop continues to fail, what would you do as a country? (Ex. Oman) Ex.: Prolong droughts, desertification and deforestation have an impact on the location of economic activities. 1. What does the discovery of natural resources do for economic activities?  Answer in ISN ?? 2. Due to the discovery of natural resources, what would builds up around that area?  Answer in ISN ?? E/


North Carolina’s Natural Resources Chapter 1 Section 3.

North Carolina’s Natural Resources Chapter 1 Section 3 NC’s Natural Resources Chapter 1 Section 3 Objectives 1.Describe the suitability for agriculture of the soil found in different regions. 2.Identify /picture represent? Can you Guess? Can You Guess? L + Ω or 36” Vocabulary environment – all the living and nonliving things that make up a region. natural resources – the parts of nature that people use in some way. Loam – Mixture of clay, sand, and decaying plants can be 36” deep. How does the soil differ in/


ANROSP Alliance of Natural Resource Outreach & Service Programs.

partnerships and collaborations at local, state, and national levels. ANROSP Organization Governed by a Board consisting of natural resource professionals who manage and coordinate programs in 11 different states Primary members of ANROSP are natural resource outreach & service programs, represented by program administrators and coordinators ANROSP Provides Members: Increased networking & resource exchange among program managers Mentorship for developing programs Start-up packets for developing programs/


Natural Resource Analysis Center Agency Roll Call Presentation May 12, 2004 West Virginia GIS Conference & Workshops.

May 12, 2004 West Virginia GIS Conference & Workshops Natural Resource Analysis Center www.nrac.wvu.edu Mission and Geospatial Context Mission statement: Natural Resource Analysis Center The Natural Resource Analysis Center (NRAC) provides research, teaching, and public service in environmental and natural resource issues with a geospatial context for the state of West Virginia and the surrounding Mid-Atlantic Highlands region. Natural Resource Analysis Center www.nrac.wvu.edu NRAC Geospatial/


College of Natural Resources Focus on Research Three different departments means three sets of needs and capabilities. Forestry Parks, Recreation and Tourism.

, 1 grad. Renovate 2 laboratories Rent additional space Greenhouse planned for construction 2003 Consolidated operations Working to transfer about $3.2 million in grants College of Natural Resources Focus on Research Forest Biomaterials – cont. “House of Wood” - a research and demo. facility highlighting advanced wood products use in residential construction - WPS Concept document in collaboration with other colleges completed 2003 –04 $2 million/


PROPOSED AMENDMENTS TO THE REGULATION FOR THE MANDATORY REPORTING OF GREENHOUSE GAS EMISSIONS California Air Resources Board California Air Resources Board.

in 15-day amendments Staff proposing to use U.S. EPA Part 98 data California Air Resources Board 11 Additional Data for Natural Gas Transmission and Distribution Need for better estimates of methane leaks Methane is a short-lived climate pollutant Require residential, commercial and industrial natural gas meter counts Emissions related to dig-ins Best available estimate Number of dig-ins California Air/


Natural Resources By: Nicole Toomey and Julia Wente.

– Latvia – Lithuania Conclusion Finisher Bibliography Grabber Petroleum- crude oil; oil drilling – Used for a wide variety of materials Thesis The Former Soviet Union had almost every major natural resource due to its vast variety of terrain and climate. Introduction Compared Globally Russia Wide natural resource base including major deposits of oil, natural gas, coal, and many strategic minerals, reserves of rare earth elements, timber Georgia Timber/


Oil in Southwest Asia Chapter 24. Where is it? Natural resources Water is the most valuable resource in an arid climatearid Crude oil (petroleum) and.

will not run out or that can be replaced Wind powerSolar powerHydroelectric power Key termNotes natural useful materials found in resources nature such as wood, coal, water, and oil Key termNotes nonrenewable resources Crude oil resources that cannot be replaced because there is a limited supply Natural gasCoal Key termNotes crude oil petroleum as it is found in the ground Oil rig in the Arabian desert Key/


Local Input – Shaping the Soil & Water Resources Conservation Act Appraisal National Association of Conservation Districts Annual Meeting Orlando, FL 2.

the Pacific Basin and Caribbean Areas 3,400 surveys delivered Nearly 900 respondents Survey open for 3 months NRCS regions Natural Resource Concerns ConcernMean Plants – invasive species2.0 Soil – erosion2.2 Water – sediment & nutrients2.2 Fish or wildlife /no’ cost approaches – what will it take to put “you” in a conservation plan? Regulation? Needed or not? More information? U.S. Department of Agriculture Natural Resources Conservation Service Website: http://www.nrcs.usda.gov/technical/rcahttp://www.nrcs.usda./


© 2016 Cengage Learning. All Rights Reserved. 17 Oceanography, An Invitation to Marine Science | 9e Tom Garrison Marine Resources.

Resources © 2016 Cengage Learning. All Rights Reserved. By most calculations, we have used more natural resources since 1955 than in all of recorded human history up to that time Petroleum and natural gas are the ocean’s most valuable resources/ Reserved. The ocean’s resources are useful, convenient, and essential We cannot exploit those resources without damaging their source Marine resources include physical, biological, marine energy and nonextractive Provide only a fraction of worldwide raw materials/


GreenWorship Tips and Resources for Creating Worship that Relates to the Earth 7/10/12.

GreenWorship Tips and Resources for Creating Worship that Relates to the Earth 7/10/12 Overview – GreenWorship Why is it important? 5 GreenWorship Tips Overview of GreenWorship The GreenWorship Planning Tool Questions Worship & Creation – Why is it important? Americans worship Once marginal – now growing Constitutes identity, creates reality Provides a landing place for personal experiences Engages fears 5 GreenWorship Tips Increase nature’s presence/


Benjamin W. Stone 1 Peter Kingsley-Smith 1, Bowdoin Lusk 2, Barry Truitt 2, Joy Brown 3, Mark Faherty 4 & Gus Lorber 5 1 South Carolina Department of Natural.

3, Mark Faherty 4 & Gus Lorber 5 1 South Carolina Department of Natural Resources Marine Resources Research Institute 2 The Nature Conservancy Virginia Coast Reserve 3 The Nature Conservancy South Carolina Chapter 4 Massachusetts Audubon / Wellfleet Bay Wildlife Sanctuary 5 Allied/ right 2 additional sites established in June 2009 (~500 blocks) 1 site established in March-April 2010 on a larger scale (bottom left) and castles added to 2 existing sites (~1488 blocks) South Carolina Oyster Castles Deployed/


Explore the Native American Nations

from cedar trees. Caught a surplus of salmon, which they dried and ate year-round Photograph courtesy The Library of Congress Greetings, Historian! Check out the Kwakiutl Indian Band to discover ways the Kwakiutl used the natural resources around them. Use your field/ Congress Greetings, Historian! Check out the Nez Perce National Historical Park to discover ways the Nez Perce used the natural resources around them. Use your field book to guide your search and record your answers. The Inuit of Alaska and /


The hydrosphere CONTENTS HOME CONTENTS RESOURCES ACTIVITY LINKS

? It is an excellent solvent. It expands on freezing. It absorbs a lot of heat. It is highly cohesive and adhesive. BACK CLOSE Natural disasters produced by water HOME CONTENTS RESOURCES ACTIVITY LINKS Natural disasters produced by water Flash flooding River flooding Torrential rain Tsunamis BACK CLOSE Proportions of dissolved salts HOME CONTENTS RESOURCES ACTIVITY LINKS What is sea water like? Proportions of dissolved salts/


Natural Gas 101 & Current Industry Issues Bruce McDowell American Gas Association May 2008 Copyright © 2008 American Gas Association. All rights reserved.

reserved Natural Gas Advantages  Domestic resource  Sufficient supply  Competitively priced  Relatively safe and clean burning Natural Gas Accounts for Roughly One- Fourth of U.S. Primary Energy Consumption Source: Dept. of Energy, Energy Information Administration Natural Gas /,000 Electricity Generators 500 0 Interstate - FERC Intrastate - State Commissions The US Natural Gas Industry At A Glance Source: Dept. of Energy, Energy Information Administration, AGA Investor-Owned Municipal 860320,000Local Governments /


Energy Efficiency Resource Standards. www.dsireusa.org / February 2013 20 states have Energy Efficiency Resource Standards. (7 states have goals). 20 states.

org / February 2013 20 states have Energy Efficiency Resource Standards. (7 states have goals). 20 states have Energy Efficiency Resource Standards. (7 states have goals). Note: See following slide for a brief summary of policy details. For more details /: Varies by utility. Colorado: Electricity sales and demand reduction of 5% of 2006 numbers by 2018 (statutory requirement); natural gas savings requirements vary by utility. Connecticut: 4% of retail load (includes CHP and waste heat recovery). Delaware: /


Natural Resource Damages Assessment and Restoration: Year(s) in Review October 23, 2014 Waste Site Cleanup Advisory Committee.

of a “pocket park” that will provide multi-generational space for recreation Restoration Achievements: Project Implementation FY13 –GE/Housatonic Round 1: Acquisition of 25-acre oxbow and floodplain along the Housatonic River – worked with TFS to remove of 29 tons of steel, 29 tons of solid waste, 88 cubic yards of concrete, and 5 tons of tires prior to Berkshire Natural Resources Council/


Energy: Powering Society Classification of Natural Resources by Availability Reserve - We know it exists and it can be extracted with existing technology.

(for economic, political of technological reasons) 1 trillion- 2.3 trillion barrels Classification of Natural Resources by how it is produced Renewable - Resource that is created as fast as it it consumed. Nonrenewable - Resource that is created slowly - consumed faster than it forms. Fossil fuels, metals, nuclear /) BTU November 2005 % Change over November 2004 Petroleum3.34 Natural Gas1.83-6.7 Coal1.82-0.7 Hydro0.21-8.1 Nuclear0.626.7 Total8.09-2.1 Note: There is a 6 month delay on energy data U.S. & the /


Adam Smith. The Classical Economics of Adam Smith Focuses on physical resources in defining its factors of production: Land or natural resourcesnaturally-occurring.

, soil, minerals, etc. Labor – human effort used in production Labor Capital – not a factor of production, but used to purchases machinery, tools and buildings Factors of Production In economics, factors of production (or productive inputs) are the resources employed to produce goods : Transformed by the production process Land (natural resources, gifts from nature) Labor (the ability to work) Capital goods (human-made tools and equipment/


UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND College of Agriculture and Natural Resources C  M  R  E  C Paint Branch Turfgrass Facility 395 Greenmead Drive College Park,

acres are irrigated Source: http://www.realestatemapsmdva.com/princegeorges.shtml Equal access programs UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND College of Agriculture and Natural Resources C  M  R  E  C Paint Branch Turfgrass Facility  Construction began in 1998  Facility dedication was held in July 2000  Includes a classroom, conference room, laboratory space, and offices for eight faculty and staff members Equal access programs UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND/


Agriculture & Natural Resources Trends. What factors are causing changes in Agriculture & Natural Resources? Population Growth and Movement Social Change.

might increase speed and production, but they also add cost. Chemicals have a poor reputation with public. GMO Protesters Agriculture Careers Production Mechanics Sales & Service Processing Horticulture Forestry Recreation & Natural Resources Marketing & Business Management Education & Research Horticulture Landscaping Floriculture Turf Management Nursery Management Production Recreation & Natural Resources Working with wildlife, water & soil Endangered species Working with people Production Agriculture/


California Energy Commission Integrated Energy Policy Report Lead Commissioner Workshop: Preliminary Results Natural Gas Common Cases California Energy.

elasticity ~ 0.5298 – 1.2365 California Energy Commission Major Model Inputs: Supply 4 Marginal cost profile is a major input parameter for the natural gas model: − Technology is shifting the marginal cost profile − Overall, the shifting of the marginal cost supply profile results in more resources available at lower cost Sources: California Energy Commission; Baker Institute; National Petroleum Council Cost Curves rightward shift/


NATURAL RESOURCES DEPARTMENT (NR) INVEST IN SHARING GIS/Satellite based Solutions for Investment Operations Speakers: Guenther Fischer International Institute.

(NR) Main Objectives  Focus on the application of Geographical Information Systems (GIS) to target investments  Present on a number of geospatial tools, products and applications relevant to sustainable management of land and water resources  Provide references and links to available GIS datasets and applications NATURAL RESOURCES DEPARTMENT (NR) Links to selected geospatial datasets at FAO  GIS and remote sensing datasets (FAO GeoNetwork): www.fao/


Whats the policy use of Natural Capital Accounting? Exploring implications for Turkey 5 th World Congress of Environmental and Resource Economists 28.

Indonesia, Madagascar, the Philippines, Rwanda). – Not a resource-rich economy – Economic growth dependent on accumulation of physical and human capital (consumption/ saving – investment, demographics, education policies) – Implications for the interaction between the economy and environment. NCA: Exploring Implications for Turkey Natural Capital Accounting under the SEEA framework: – Natural resource stocks – Land – Ecosystems w.r.t the functions: – Resource – Sink – Services Accounting for the “impact of/


NEPAL’S BACKGROUND NEPAL’S GEOGRAPHICAL FEATURES NEPAL’S HISTORICAL FEATURES NATURAL RESOURCES AND IT’S CONDITION CONDITION OF NATURAL, CULTURAL AND TRADITIONAL.

BELIEFS LACKAGE OF UNITY AND FEELING OF SELFISHNESS ARM CONFLICT AND DISCUSSION BETWEEN LAW MAKERS TO CREATE A NEW AND ADVANCED NEPAL, FOLLOWING SECTOR MUST BE DEVELOPED. POLITICAL SECTOR SOCIAL FACTOR EDUCATION SECTOR WITH /OF DIFFERENT FESTIVALS. CONSERVATION AND UTILIZATION OF FOREST, WATER RESOURCES AND OTHER NATURAL RESOURCES. CHANGES TO BE BROUGHT IN WAYS OF CELEBRATIONS, CONSERVATION OF CULTURAL ASPECTS AND UTILAZATION OF NATURAL RESOURCES. FEEDBACK TO THE CITIZENS. FEELINGS TO BE PRODUCED /


Section 1: Natural Environments Section 2: History and Culture

continental subarctic tundra in the north taiga forest in the south deciduous-coniferous forest in the far south steppe farthest south Natural Resources wood from forests gold and diamonds coal, hydroelectricity, oil, and gas copper, iron ore, manganese, nickel, and platinum/the Pacific coast of the Sea of Okhotsk. 1905 Russia retreats to its present-day boundaries with China after losing a war to Japan. 1917 The czar resigns and the Bolsheviks overthrow the government in the Russian Revolution. SECTION 3 /


Caring For My Community Conserving Natural Resources.

care of my Community” Big Book – Caring For My Community by Eileen Chatman Which actions conserve our resources? What are some ways we can conserve natural resources in our classroom? Some Answers Place recyclable things in the recycling bin. Place recyclable things in the recycling/Pearl?(Stick your ideas on the Lorax.) Why is it important to conserve earth’s natural resources? What do you think would happen if we ran out of a resource? What are some things we can do to take care of our environment? Who /


Climate Change Impacts & Resource Management Stephen T. Gray Water Resources Data System WY State Climate Office University of Wyoming.

Climate Change Impacts & Resource Management Stephen T. Gray Water Resources Data System WY State Climate Office University of Wyoming The Scientific Consensus The earth as a whole is getting warmer (>99 in 100 chance)* –/ °F) within our lifetimes Small Warming, Big Changes Small increases in regional temperature would have major consequences for the West’s natural resources, even in the absence of major precipitation change Warming = Perpetual Drought? Source: Hoerling and Eischeid - SW Hydrology, 2007 No/


Natural Resources and Infrastructure Management for Agriculture & Food Security in Vietnam Tran Cong Thang APEC International Conference August 6 – 8,

Conference August 6 – 8, 2012 Centara Grand at Central World, Bangkok THAILAND Content Food security in Vietnam Natural resource and infrastructure management Prospects & policy orientation Current situation of food security in Vietnam Food availability Food accessibilit / for climate change and its effects in Vietnam Policies on Natural Resources and Infrastructure Management for Agriculture to ensure food supply. Land policies Paddy has shown a decreasing trend recently Bring big concern of Gov’t Ensuring /


Sustainable Development and Environmental Awareness 1 PROCESSES AND PROBLEMS IN THE WORLD OF NATURE.

them create ecosystems  Healthy ecosystems are sustainable  Human activities are creating unsustainable impacts on the ecology of the MRB in forests, fisheries, agriculture, river impoundments, wetlands, urban expansion  Depletion of natural resources in the MRB threatens the livelihood of millions of people


Viet Nam Green Growth Strategy Dr. Pham Hoang Mai Director General Dept. of Science, Education, Natural Resources and Environment Ministry of Planning.

plans towards limiting the development of economic sectors that generate significant environmental pollution and degradation of natural resources, while creating favourable conditions for the development of new green production sectors; Create legal frameworks/ investment. Solutions Engagement of private sector: + Government investment and ODA will be used as a catalyst to attract/create favorable environment for private investment in Climate Change/Green Growth (Technology transfer/Pilot projects/Good/


AFRICA {Geography} By: Joshua Hamm. Nigeria  Natural resources: petroleum products, cocoa, & rubber  Agriculture: cash crop farming, subsistence farming.

: crude oil, cotton & textiles  Agriculture: livestock raising, little or no activity  Capital: Cairo, Egypt  Human Capital: Parents hope to find a better education  Exports: petroleum, iron, & hydroelectric power  Entrepreneurship: tourism, crops & trade Zaire  Natural resources: diamonds, copper, coffee, cobalt, crude oil  Agriculture: subsistence farming, cash crop farming  Capital: Kinshasa, Zaire  Human Capital: strong economy, good human capital  Exports: diamonds, cobalt, coal, copper/


Walleye Status in Lake Superior Stephen T. Schram Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources.

Genetic study in progress –North end of bay has a 0 possession limit Current River Walleye Reef Status Black Sturgeon River –Resident river population –Genetic study in progress Nipigon Bay –Limited natural reproduction –0 possession limit –Stocking experiment inconclusive –/done with fingerlings Acknowledgements Ontario Ministry of Natural Resources –Jeff Black –Mike Friday –Mike Petzold Michigan Department of Natural Resources –Vern Nurenberg –Jim Waybrant Bad River Natural Resources Department –Rick Huber


Climate Smart Actions for Natural Resource Managers Sponsored by The Gordon and Betty Moore Foundation The California Landscape Conservation Cooperative.

Natural Resource Managers Sponsored by The Gordon and Betty Moore Foundation The California Landscape Conservation Cooperative The Nature Conservancy The California State Coastal Conservancy Workshop Committee Sarah Allen, National Park Service Annie Burke, Bay Area Open Space Council Rebecca Fris, Deanne DiPietro, CA LCC Matt Gerhart, Coastal Conservancy Kirk Klausmeyer, Nature/2010 Jeff Hansen Desired Outcome Natural resource managers, scientists, non- governmental organizations and regulators collaborate as /


Willapa Resource Utilization & Renewal– – Innovative Partnership Zone Presentation May 17, 2014.

Partners Private Businesses & Entrepreneurs Research Institutions: ONRC & WSU Schools: K-12 & Grays Harbor College Public Agencies Financial Institutions Nonprofit Organizations Mission To build a healthy, resilient community with an expanding economy based on maximizing sustainable natural resource harvests and creating innovative, high value products. Connecting Dots Cross Sector Partnerships––> businesses and research institutions, workforce education New Applications: New products, improved processing/


The Agricultural Law Resource and Reference Center Prof. Ross H. Pifer, J.D., LL.M., Director The Impact of Drilling on Surface Owner Rights.

Pennsylvania Department of Agriculture The Agricultural Law Resource and Reference Center PBI - Best of OGL Colloquium January 25, 2011 5 Purpose of The Agricultural Law Center Section 2205 –“to serve as a resource on agricultural law and related issues for/Use of Surface Estate Recent Legislation The Agricultural Law Resource and Reference Center PBI - Best of OGL Colloquium January 25, 2011 9 Surface Impacts Generally General Propositions –Natural gas extraction necessary involves some disturbance of the /


Discussion Group 3 What Resources are Needed? Christine Andersen, PE, F.ASCE Lawrence H. Roth, PE, GE, F.ASCE April 26, 2013.

Post-disaster response—balance consideration of alternatives with immediate efforts to rebuild How do we avoid misapplication of resources? Challenges How do we manage flood risk with least harm to natural resources? How do we avoid the cycle of loss-and-repair? How do we allocate costs fairly? How do we account for a growing population and climate change? How do we achieve sustainability?


Natural Resources Damages under the Oil Pollution Act Opportunities for Creative Restoration.

– for natural resources (e.g., fish, wildlife, biota, air, water, land) that are injured and for the public’s loss of the use of those resources – by returning injured natural resources to their / of the damaged resources or acquisition of equivalent resources and/or services. NRD Costs 1 Based on: – cost of restoring injured natural resources (not punitive) – loss in value or use of those natural resources pending restoration – /resources is typical approach to compensatory restoration What does this mean in/


Africa Unit Overview - 2015 ✤ What resources served as the basis for early African civilizations? ✤ Why did European powers show interest in Africa? ✤

Big Picture ✤ In SI, you will examine several early African kingdoms who created expansive trade networks early on based on natural resources ✤ You will also look at the “Scramble for Africa” - the division of the continent between European powers Big Picture/ ✤ In science, we will take a closer look at the evolution of skin tone and colonial view of race Big Picture ✤ This view of the Africans as “other” or “less than” permitted exploitation of natural resources as well as art and artifacts which/


Michigan Natural Resources Trust Fund Recreation Grants Program www.michigan.gov/dnr-grants.

Past grant compliance Formal recreation department or committee Hawk Island Park, Ingham Co. 4.Natural Resource Protection and Use/Recreation Opportunities High quality natural resource-based recreation opportunity or protection of rare species/communities Greatest need in your service area /39%051020 40-49%5102030 50%+10203040 * Those communities with MHI values greater than $80,000 Based on a maximum total project cost of $666,666 No points when requesting maximum grant amount of $500,000 MNRTF Criteria/


Environmental Studies/ Natural Resources Program of Study Mary O’Connor, EANR Cluster Lead Matthew Koerner, EANR Cluster Member.

Towson University began curriculum development Schools began pilot in 2014-2015 Program Development Background o Human Ecology & Environmental Problem Solving o Natural Resource Management o Environmental Technologies and Techniques o Environmental and Natural Resource Research and Ethics Program of Study Courses Fitting into a High School Schedule Graduation Requirements Grade 9 (7)Grade 10 (7)Grade 11 (6)Grade 12 (5) English - 4 English 9English/


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