1Tropical Cyclone Report1Tropical Cyclone Report
Andrea formed off the southeast coast of the United States. It was the eighth earliest cyclone since 1851 and the first May cyclone since 1981
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Extended range forecast of atlantic seasonal hurricane activity, individual monthly activity and u. S. Landfall strike probability for 2007Extended range forecast of atlantic seasonal hurricane activity, individual monthly activity and u. S. Landfall strike probability for 2007
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Meteorologica L organizatio n caribbean meteorological councilMeteorologica L organizatio n caribbean meteorological council
Barbados on 18 19 November 2013. Factors affecting operational aspects at the Headquarters and other matters of interest are also mentioned for information and guidance where appropriate
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Meteorologica L organizatio n caribbean meteorological councilMeteorologica L organizatio n caribbean meteorological council
Jamaica on 24 25 November 2014. Factors affecting operational aspects at the Headquarters and other matters of interest are also mentioned for information and guidance where appropriate
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Subtest A—Geographic LiteracySubtest A—Geographic Literacy
Areas tested are geographic literacy, critical thinking and reading, visual analysis, and communications
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Latin america land tenure property rights commons marine fisheries mountain pastoral wildlife land tenure property rights commonsLatin america land tenure property rights commons marine fisheries mountain pastoral wildlife land tenure property rights commons
Bellon, m (1996). “Landholding fragmentation: Are folk soil taxonomy and equity important? A case study from Mexico.” Human Ecology 24(3): 373-393
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Goliath Grouper Data Workshop ReportGoliath Grouper Data Workshop Report
March 5 through 11am march 6, 2003. Stu Kennedy of Florida Fish and Wildlife Commission’s Florida Marine Research Institute (fwc-fmri) was the convener
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P1-a-1 Brendon DunphyP1-a-1 Brendon Dunphy
The cost of migration at the time of oviposition: Regenerative anaemia in a pelagic seabird species?
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Madagascar and its neighboring island groups have an astounding total of eight plant families, four bird families, and five primate families that live nowhere else on EarthMadagascar and its neighboring island groups have an astounding total of eight plant families, four bird families, and five primate families that live nowhere else on Earth
Earth. Madagascar’s more than 50 lemur species are the island’s charismatic worldwide ambassadors for conservation, although, tragically, 15 more species have been driven to extinction since humans arrived
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