Sioux Indian Tribes North and South Dakota

PART 2 The taking area referred to in this Act consists of the following land : IN BRULE COUNTY , SOUTH DAKOTA In township 105 north , range 71 west of the fifth principal meridian : In section 23 : Lots ...

Author: United States. Congress. House. Committee on Interior and Insular Affairs. Subcommittee on Indian Affairs



Category: Dakota Indians

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Committee Serial No. 20. Hearings were held on Sept. 9 at Fort Yates, N.Dak., Cheyenne River Agency, S.Dak., and Pierre, S.Dak., on Sept. 10 at Lower Brule Reservation, S.Dak., and Fort Thompson, S.Dak., and on Sept. 12 at Pine Ridge, S.Dak., and Rosebud Indian Reservation, S.Dak.

Unconfined Open water Disposal Sites for Dredged Material Phase II North and South Puget Sound Puget Sound Dredged Disposal Analysis Draft management plan report

PSDDA is being conducted in two phases (each about three and one-half years in length): Phase I covers central Puget Sound and Phase II (initiated in April 1986) covers south and north Puget Sound. The objectives of PSDDA are to locate ...




Category: Dredging


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Annual Report of the Department of Public Works for the Year Ending December 31 to the City Council of the City of Chicago

North and South 108 Emily Manhole in Rumsey . East and West 72 Emily Manhole ... North and South 1 Hoyne avenue Manhole in Thirteenth ..... North and South 1 Hoyne ... 2 24 Robey Manhole in Blue Island av . North and South 2 121 Rice .

Author: Chicago (Ill.). Department of Public Works



Category: Chicago (Ill.)


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Glaciations in North and South America from the Miocene to the Last Glacial Maximum

Chapter. 2. The. Glacial. Record. of. Northern. South. America. Abstract The Bogotá basin and direct surroundings (eastern Andes in Colombia) holds a long sedimentary sequence that reaches from the present into the Miocene.

Author: Nat Rutter

Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media

ISBN: 9400743998

Category: Science

Page: 67

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Improved dating methods have increased our ability to more precisely determine the timing and durations of glaciations. Utilizing glacial and loess deposits, we have compared glaciations that occurred in North and South America in order to determine if events are synchronous or not, to explore forcing mechanisms, and to compare glaciations with cold periods of the Marine Oxygen Isotope stages and the loess/paleosol records of China. Stratigraphic sections containing a variety of glacial deposits, some with interbedded volcanics, as well as loess deposits, were used in reconstructing the glacial history. The Late Pleistocene (Brunhes Chron) Last Glacial Maximum is recognized in mountain and continental areas of North America but only in the mountains of South America. Commonly our comparisons indicate roughly synchronous glaciations on the two continents, whereas other glaciations are more elusive and difficult to compare. Although our comparisons are at low resolutions, the results suggest that Milankovitch forcing is most likely the dominant trigger for hemispheric glaciation modified by local factors.

North and South

This richly textured novel of romance and class conflict explores the dichotomies between the pastoral South and industrial North during England's mid-Victorian era.

Author: Elizabeth Cleghorn Gaskell

Publisher: Courier Corporation

ISBN: 0486479528

Category: Fiction

Page: 455

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This richly textured novel of romance and class conflict explores the dichotomies between the pastoral South and industrial North during England's mid-Victorian era. Praised by Dickens as "an admirable story," this is a turbulent tale of a woman torn between her sympathy for discontented millworkers and her love for the factory's owner.


Intessection of roads north and south and west , about 800 feet below bridge over Olentangy River .. T. 4 N. , R. 19 W. , secs . 1 , 2 , 3 , 4 , corner os , road north and south . Hocking Valley Ry , road crossing , 340 feet south of ...




Category: Geology


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Township lines , west boundary , 11 00 00 T.1 S. , R. 2 E .; north , west , and south boundaries , T. 2 S. , R.2 E. Subdivision lines , T. 1S . , R. 2 E. 28 00 Boundary of Indian reserve , Ts . 8 00 00 1 and 2 s . , R. 2 E. SURVEY ...

Author: United States. General Land Office



Category: Public lands


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Handbook of Climate Change and Biodiversity

Table 2 Manifestations of climate change in the North and South Coast of Kenya S/No. Climate change manifestations in the North and South Coast of Kenya Responses (n 40) Percentage responses (%) Remarks 1 Agreement that Climate is ...

Author: Walter Leal Filho

Publisher: Springer

ISBN: 3319986813

Category: Science

Page: 408

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This book comprehensively describes essential research and projects on climate change and biodiversity. Moreover, it includes contributions on how to promote the climate agenda and biodiversity conservation at the local level. Climate change as a whole and global warming in particular are known to have a negative impact on biodiversity in three main ways. Firstly, increases in temperatures are detrimental to a number of organisms, especially those in sensitive habitats such as coral reefs and rainforests. Secondly, the pressures posed by a changing climate may lead to sets of responses in areas as varied as phenology, range and physiology of living organisms, often leading to changes in their lifecycles (especially but not only in reproduction), losses in productivity or even death. In some cases, the very survival of very sensitive species may be endangered. Thirdly, the impacts of climate change on biodiversity will be felt in the short term with regard to some species and ecosystems, but also in the medium and long term in many biomes. Indeed, if left unchecked, some of these impacts may be irreversible. Many individual governments, financial institutes and international donors are currently spending billions of dollars on projects addressing climate change and biodiversity, but with little coordination. Quite often, the emphasis is on adaptation efforts, with little emphasis on the connections between physio-ecological changes and the lifecycles and metabolisms of fauna and flora, or the influence of poor governance on biodiversity. As such, there is a recognized need to not only better understand the impacts of climate change on biodiversity, but to also identify, test and implement measures aimed at managing the many risks that climate change poses to fauna, flora and micro-organisms. In particular, the question of how to restore and protect ecosystems from the impact of climate change also has to be urgently addressed. This book was written to address this need. The respective papers explore matters related to the use of an ecosystem-based approach to increase local adaptation capacity, consider the significance of a protected areas network in preserving biodiversity in a changing northern European climate, and assess the impacts of climate change on specific species, including wild terrestrial animals. The book also presents a variety of case studies such as the Yellowstone to Yukon Conservation Initiative, the effects of climate change on the biodiversity of Aleppo pine forest in Senalba (Algeria), climate change and biodiversity response in the Niger Delta region, and the effects of forest fires on the biodiversity and the soil characteristics of tropical peatlands in Indonesia. This is a truly interdisciplinary publication, and will benefit all scholars, social movements, practitioners and members of governmental agencies engaged in research and/or executing projects on climate change and biodiversity around the world.

Proceedings of The Academy of Natural Sciences Part II Apr Sept 1898

Texas , New Mexico , Arizona , North and South Mexico , West Indies and Colombia to Chili . Bare faces of rocks , pedregal , Aug. 22 ( 208 ) . 59. Cheilanthes myriophylla Desv . Hook , Sp . Fil . , II , 100 , t . 105 A ; Biol . Centr .


Publisher: Academy of Natural Sciences

ISBN: 9781437954524



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