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2009), The Little REDD+ Book: An Updated Guide to Governmental Proposals for Reducing Emissions from Deforestation and Degredation, Oxford, Global Canopy Programme.
Alternate routes in the metabolic degredation of the pyyrolidine ring of nicotine.
We need to take account of the decline of our inland rivers, especially the Murry Darling; the degredation of our agricultural land; the increasing pressure we are putting on the coastal zone; the loss of productive land to urban sprawl.
It is pertinent to mention here that Environmental protection tribunal was setup under 1973 constitution in 1977 which dealt with cases involving the degredation of environment.
It definitely reflects a certain spillover from certain elements of the public-media discourse, but it also reflects the general violence and degredation of order which we have within European societies in these times of global crisis," he told Al Jazeera from Cologne.
Of course, it is also true that such status degredation would itself have been a form of punishment in a society where reputation and "fame" were so crucially important.
It claims they are a "further degredation of a Grade 2 listed park".
The Orbit sound T3 is a device that prevents loudspeaker degredation - and does all this while being fastened around your neck.
Degredation of GST conjugates by a carboxypeptidase in the plant vacuole.
His Legacy environment had issues with performance degredation, so although his Hitachi started out with 3.
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One report suggested yesterday that Madeleine's DNA had been found on the floor of the McCanns' apartment, but due to degredation it was based on an incomplete picture, with only 15 of the 20 genetic markers usually used for such analysis.