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protectorates, War participation; Culture, Books On Books; Music;
Record companies; Folk music; Rock; Politics; Political parties ;
Defense; Intelligence services; Nuclear weapons; Nuclear weapons
tests; Peace movements; Religion; Social conditions, Education;
Economy and arms trade.
Géographie; Nature et climat; Démographie;
Colonies et protectorats britanniques, Participation à la
guerre; Culture, livres sur les livres; La musique; Les maisons de
disques; Musique folklorique; Roche; Politique; Partis politiques ;
La défense; Services de renseignement; Armes
nucléaires; Tests d'armes nucléaires; Mouvements de
paix; Religion; Conditions sociales, éducation;
L'économie et le commerce des armes.
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Birds and Habitats Directives for the 2007-2012 period as required
under Article 17 of the Habitats Directive and Article 12 of the
Birds Directive, 2015.
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Swann, Harry Kirke: A Dictionary of English and Folk-names of
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and Natural Resources, 1985.
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over 48,000 public graves and Commonwealth War Graves at Camberwell
Old Cemetery - without required permission from the Church of
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list with special reference to useful plants and common plant names
: Part II, Western Europe : Finland, Sweden, Norway, Denmark,
Iceland, Great Britain with Ireland, Netherlands, Belgium,
Luxembourg, France, Spain, Portugal, Andorra, Monaco, Italy, San
Marino, and Switzerland. / : S. F. Blake. - Washington, D.C. :U.S.
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the British and Irish Flora 1962-2012. Botanical Society of the
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Geological records reveal sea-level rise threatens UK salt
marshes, study says Rutgers University [July 12, 2018]
Sea-level rise will endanger valuable salt marshes across the
United Kingdom by 2100 if greenhouse gas emissions continue
unabated, according to an international study co-authored by a
Rutgers University-New Brunswick professor. Moreover, salt marshes
in southern and eastern England face a high risk of loss by 2040,
according to the study published in Nature Communications.
The study is the first to estimate salt-marsh vulnerability using
the geological record of past losses in response to sea-level
An international team of scientists, led by former Rutgers-New
Brunswick Professor Benjamin Horton - now acting chair and a
professor at the Asian School of the Environment at Nanyang
Technological University - found that rising sea levels in the past
led to increased waterlogging of the salt marshes in the region,
killing the vegetation that protects them from erosion. The study
is based on data from 800 salt-marsh soil cores. Tidal marshes rank
among Earth's most vulnerable ecosystems.
vulkaner, jordskælv og ørkenområder:
Geology: Mountains, volcanoes, earthquakes and desert areas
Géologie: Montagnes, volcans, tremblements de terre et les
Geología: Montañas, volcanes, terremotos y zonas
Geologie: Berge, Vulkane, Erdbeben und Wüstengebiete
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The English Lake District
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