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ICAR recruitment 2015

ICAR - Central Arid Zone Research Institute has invited applications for the post of Senior Research Fellow. The interested and eligible candidates may apply for the post before May 23, 2015. Post details: Name and number of posts: Senior ... India Today, 2 weeks ago


Binh Dinh facilitates Guangxi business operation The central province of Binh Dinh will create optimal conditions for operations of businesses from Guangxi, China, said Vice Chairman of the provincial People's Committee Phan Cao Thang. The local ...
 VietNamNet Bridge3 weeks ago

The Potential Distribution of Invading Helicoverpa armigera in North America: Is It Just a Matter of Time?

Abstract Helicoverpa armigera has recently invaded South and Central America, and appears to be spreading rapidly. We update a previously developed potential distribution model to highlight the global invasion threat, with emphasis on the risks to ...
 Plosone.org2 months ago
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The Ultimate Weapon of Mass Destruction: Owning the Weather for Military Use

In-depth Report: Climate Change Author's Introductory Note Environmental modification techniques (ENMOD) for military use constitute, in the present context of global warfare, the ultimate weapon of mass destruction. Rarely acknowledged in the ...
 Global Research1 week ago

When Arabia was green: lush grasslands helped early man make leap out of Africa

A prehistory professor has unearthed evidence that the Arabian Peninsula played a pivotal role in the evolution and migration of our species across the planet, and that the arid desert was once a lush green habitable landscape. Michael Petraglia ...
 Abu Dhabi National2 weeks ago

New ultra-fertile variety of date palm found

A new variety of date palm that produces an unusually high amount of pollen has been discovered in Alice Springs, exciting growers of the fruit and garnering international interest. The unusual tree is a male date palm and looks set to be the ...
 ABC Online2 weeks ago

Can agroecology save us from 'scorched-earth' agriculture?

6th May 2015 Imagine the scenario: world food production has become concentrated in the hands of a tiny elite who, backed by powerful governments, have succeeded in creating a captive market of farmers around the world dependent on them for ...
 Ecologist3 weeks ago

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Farmers fear poisoning as toes turn black in paddies Farmers in Thach My Loi Ward, HCM City, fear they are being poisoned by pollution after the skin on their toes turned black while working barefoot in their paddy fields. Vo Van Thanh, a local ...
 VietNamNet Bridge3 weeks ago

Physical mechanisms of summer spatiotemporal precipitation variations over mid-latitude Eurasia

EurekAlert! offers a one-stop science news distribution service you can trust. EurekAlert! is a service of the American Association for the Advancement of Science. Science China Press IMAGE: This image shows physical mechanisms of spatiotemporal ...
 EurekAlert!1 month ago
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is like death by a thousand cuts. It steadily but slowly devastates the countryside long before people recognize an emergency at hand. Excessive drought is but one symptom that climate change has turned vicious. Worldwide drought conditions ...
 Dissident Voice1 month ago
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