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Synonyms for natural resource

resources (actual and potential) supplied by nature

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The report assembled information on 336 biological resource research permit applications from January 2008 to March 2013.
Implementing agency : National Nakdong River Biological Resource Center
The DSMZ - Deutsche Sammlung von Mikroorganismen und Zellkulturen GmbH (German Collection of Microorganisms and Cell Cultures) is the most comprehensive biological resource center in Europe.
Founded in 1925, ATCC is the world's premier global independent biological resource center.
Founded in 1925, ATCC is the world's premier biological resource center.
The sector is defined as the parts of the economy that use renewable biological resources from the land and sea, such as crops, forests and animals, to produce food, materials and energy.
They address the interpretation and application of the UNCLOS (United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea) and sustainability of the contiguous zone; sustainable fishery management in the South China Sea and in terms of monitoring technology; non-living resources development and environment protection, with reference to offshore oil and gas operations, the delimitation of exclusive economic zone boundaries and continental shelf boundaries, and seabed activities in the South China Sea; the management of marine protected areas and the conservation of marine biological resources in areas beyond national jurisdiction, including an ecosystem approach; and climate change and energy security, including marine renewable energy.
The research proposals submitted by 18 academic institutions were distributed in six research categories; nine within the energy and industry sector, five within health and social service sectors, nine within environment and biological resources sector, nine at the culture, social, science and basic sectors, six within communication and Information and Technology sector and three within education and
The research proposals submitted by 18 academic institutions were distributed onto six research categories; 9 within the energy and industry sector, 5 within health and social service sectors, 9 within environment and biological resources sector, 9 at the culture, social, science and basic sector, 6 within communication and IT sector and 3 within education and human resources sector.
Bahrain is in the process of ratifying an international protocol to protect its unique biological resources.
Utilization of biological resources and facilities may also be an effective tool for creation of a financial basis for the preservation and reproduction of biodiversity in the country, the statement said.
The relevant ministries of the Caspian littoral countries signed an agreement on cooperation in the field of hydrometeorology of the Caspian Sea, an agreement on cooperation in the field of prevention of emergency situations in the Caspian Sea and liquidation of their consequences, an agreement on the protection of aquatic biological resources of the Caspian Sea and their rational use.
Agreement on conservation and sustainable use of water and biological resources of Caspian
Habitat use is defined as the way an animal uses the habitat's physical and biological resources through its environmental components and the animal's behavior.
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