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- CONDO PICCHU. Pyle, Robert Michael // Orion Magazine;Jul/Aug2007, Vol. 26 Issue 4, p70
The author focuses on condominium development in the Puget Sound area of the Pacific Northwest. In Astoria, Oregon, there are five condo developments planned in what the author describes as a "tsunami" of home building. The author, while not opposed to condos, likens condo living to the social...
- Assumptive Error and Overestimation of Effects in Wildlife Model Output. Harron, Donald E. // Ecology & Society;2007, Vol. 12 Issue 1, p1
The author comments on the article "Managing the Cumulative Impacts of Land Uses in the Western Canadian Sedimentary Basin: A Modeling Approach," by R. R. Schneider, J. B. Stelfox, S. Boutin, and S. Wasel. He asserts that Schneider and colleagues have made an assumptive error involving the...
- The State of Delaware Facing Significant Impacts due to Wetland Loss Resulting from Sea Level Rise: A Microcosm of the Macrocosm. Ozbay, Gulnihal; Cannon, Amy // Journal of Earth Science & Climatic Change;2012, Vol. 3 Issue 1, p1
The author reflects on the impact of wetland loss from sea level rise in the State of Delaware. The author cites the report from the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) which shows that there were little concern on wetlands diminishing into open water. The author says that changes were...
- Carmel's newest development craze? Katterjohn, Chris // Indianapolis Business Journal;8/21/2006, Vol. 27 Issue 24, p10
The author reflects on the natural areas development in Carmel, Indiana. Don Carter-Evans and Judy Carter-Evans partnered with the Indiana Department of Natural Resources to have three-quarters of their 40 acres become a Classified Wildlife Habitat. The owners are tending the land and watching...
- Crunch time for Victoria's native plants and animals. Sampson, John // Wild: Australia's Wilderness Adventure Magazine;Oct-Dec2007, Issue 106, p62
The author considers the Land and Biodiversity White Paper of the Victorian Government as the last effort to prevent the extinction of species in Victoria. It discusses the massive losses of habitats in the province after the European settlement which reached around 70 percent of its vegetation...
- Flight, fancy, and the garden's song Dawson, Kerry // Landscape Journal;Fall1988, Vol. 7 Issue 2, p170
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- Restoration of urban waterways and vacant areas: the first steps toward sustainability Cairns, Jr., John; Palmer, Sarah E. // Environmental Health Perspectives;May1995, Vol. 103 Issue 5, p452
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- Habitats: Where animals live. // World Almanac for Kids;1996, p24
Lists several types of habitats and some of the animals that call each home. Deserts; Tropical forests; Grasslands; Mountains; Polar regions; Oceans.
- Habitats: Where animals live. // World Almanac for Kids;1998, p22
Explains the concept of animal habitats, and presents examples of animals and their habitats. Deserts; Tropical forests; Grasslands; Mountains; Polar regions; Oceans.