boreal


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comprising or throughout far northern regions

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A new campaign called Boreal Birds Need Half provides a vision and a road map to get there.
La Boreal is just the first ship to sail down the River Mersey in what is set to be a big month for Liverpool's waters - her sister ship, La Soleal, visits the city on May 21, and then, of course, there's the big Three Queens celebration, which kicks off on May 24 and sees Cunard's three main cruise liners - the Queen Mary 2, Queen Elizabeth and Queen Victoria - take part in a spectacular celebration for the cruise liner's 175th anniversary.
The Native people of the Chaco Boreal belonging to several linguistic families and many ethnic groups were thus rendered ethnically Paraguayan and open to Paraguay's nationalistic program of agriculture and ranching.
A recently released report by the National Wildlife Federation (NWF) and the Natural Resources Council of Maine (NRCM) concluded that almost half of the 292 different migratory bird species that overwinter in Canada's Boreal forest--as many as 75 million birds--are threatened by future tar sands development.
In addition to weddings, Boreal has hosted a number of conferences and events, including a large forum for women in the trades, and an awards ceremony hosted by the Sudbury Area Mining Supply and Services Association in the past year.
The numerical response of Boreal Owls to peaks in the vole cycle included increases in male survival, nesting density, clutch size, fledgling production, and incidence of polygyny and polyandry.
The boreal region spans the eastern shore of Newfoundland and Labrador to the northern border between Yukon and Alaska.
The finding pokes holes in a long-held idea that carbon in boreal forests accumulates mainly above ground in a litter of pine needles, mosses and leaves.
The boreal is also the source of about half of Canada's annual timber harvest, and many of the communities in the area rely heavily on forestry industry jobs.
Greening in the adjacent boreal areas is more pronounced in Eurasia than in North America.
On September 28, the Canadian government informed the Federal Court that release of the mandatory final boreal woodland caribou recovery strategy will be delayed once again.
In just three minutes, participants at today's Google Earth Outreach Canada launch will get a nonstop, coast-to-coast, interactive experience with the earth's "green halo," the boreal forest.
Tarnished Earth, a dramatic open air gallery of shoots by Jiri Rezac has appeared on the capital's High Street throughout July, showing such unforgettable images as the devastation being caused to the likes of Canada's magnificent Boreal Forest by the rush to extract oil from the tar sands just below the surface.
Dedicated to understanding the factors associated with amphibian decline, the agency's scientists come to this site again and again to monitor one of the last remaining populations of boreal toads in Rocky Mountain National Park.
Using the complete set of data collected from the studies, the team estimated that the carbon released in northern -- also called boreal -- and Arctic regions rose by about 7 percent; in temperate regions by about 2 percent; and in tropical regions by about 3 percent, showing a trend consistent with other work.