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However, the jump in deposits in 2020 was a temporary phenomenon during the current crisis, and the deposits growth is likely to stagnate in 2021. (...) The relatively large difference between the increased public debt securities and the deposits in the United States reflects a sizeable Government deposit at the Federal Reserve of US$1.1 trillion. (...) In the pre-crisis period, the change in deposits and loans can be seen closely related. Usually, excess growth of loans over deposits is followed by an excess growth of deposits over loans and vice-versa.
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Score: 1027880 - https://www.un.org/development...ts-march-2021-briefing-no-147/
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Atmospheric Deposition | World Meteorological Organization Skip to main content World Meteorological Organization Weather · Climate · Water Toggle navigation English Go Our mandate What we do Weather How we do it Public-Private Engagement (PPE) ocp innovation webinar Space borne Precipitation Measurements and Application WMO and HMEI Information Day WMO Innovation Seminar - Microsoft and the UN Sustainable Development Goals Climate Focus areas Water Programmes Projects Resources Bulletin MeteoWorld Library Gender Equality Education and training Standards and Recommended Practices The WMO Building / Conference Centre Language resources World Meteorological Day United in Science Coronavirus (COVID-19) Media Events About us Who we are Vision, Mission, Strategic Planning Members Governance The Secretariat Employment Awards Procurement Finance and Accountability Related links FAQs Contact us Community Platform Reform Search form Search Home Our mandate Focus areas Environment Atmospheric Deposition Atmospheric Deposition dying-tree-557849_1920_pixabay.jpg Atmospheric Deposition Atmospheric deposition is an important process that removes gases and particles from the atmosphere. (...) Effects of atmospheric deposition on ecosystems High concentrations of atmospheric pollutants can result in atmospheric deposition of these compounds exceeding the critical level. (...) How is atmospheric deposition estimated?     Estimating total deposition of atmospheric pollutants cannot be done in the same way as other atmospheric variables, such as  temperature, humidity or wind.
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Score: 1019432.8 - https://public.wmo.int/en/our-...ronment/atmospheric-deposition
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IV 1995.pdf Regions' list page Africa ALGERIA PDFFILES/DZA_1963_Decree.pdf PDFFILES/DZA_1972_Decree.pdf PDFFILES/DZA_1984_Decree.pdf PDFFILES/DZA_1994_Decree.pdf ANGOLA PDFFILES/AGO_1967_Decree.pdf PDFFILES/AGO_1992_Law21.pdf BENIN PDFFILES/BEN_1976_Decree.pdf CABO VERDE PDFFILES/CPV_1992_Law.pdf PDFFILES/TREATIES/CPV_MRT2003MB.pdf PDFFILES/TREATIES/CPV-SEN1993MF.PDF CAMEROON PDFFILES/CMR_1971_Decree.pdf PDFFILES/CMR_1974_Act.pdf PDFFILES/TREATIES/CMR-NGA1975MD.PDF COMOROS PDFFILES/DEPOSIT/com_mzn82_2011.pdf PDFFILES/DEPOSIT/com_mzn82_2011_e.pdf PDFFILES/DEPOSIT/com_mzn82_2011_addcorr.pdf PDFFILES/DEPOSIT/com_mzn82_2011_addcorr_e.pdf PDFFILES/DEPOSIT/communicationsredeposit/mzn82_2011_fra_re_com.pdf PDFFILES/DEPOSIT/communicationsredeposit/mzn82_2011_fra_re_com_e.pdf PDFFILES/COM_1982_Law.pdf CONGO PDFFILES/COG_1971_Ordinance.pdf COTE D'IVOIRE PDFFILES/CIV_1961_Law.pdf PDFFILES/CIV_1977_Law.pdf DR OF THE CONGO PDFFILES/ZAR_1974_Law.pdf PDFFILES/ZAR_1992_Act.pdf PDFFILES/cod_2009_law09.pdf DJIBOUTI PDFFILES/DJI_1979_Law.pdf PDFFILES/DJI_1985_Decree.pdf EGYPT PDFFILES/EGY_1958_Decree.pdf PDFFILES/EGY_1958_Decision.pdf PDFFILES/EGY_1990_Decree.pdf PDFFILES/EGY_1990_noteverbale.pdf PDFFILES/TREATIES/EGY-CYP2003EZ.pdf EQUATORIAL GUINEA PDFFILES/DEPOSIT/gnq_mzn25_1999.pdf PDFFILES/GNQ_1984_Act.pdf PDFFILES/GNQ_1999_Act.pdf PDFFILES/TREATIES/NGA-GNQ2000MB.PDF PDFFILES/TREATIES/GNQ-STP1999MB.PDF ERITREA PDFFILES/ERI_1991_Proclamation.pdf PDFFILES/ERI_1953_Proclamation.pdf PDFFILES/TREATIES/ERI-YEM1998BC.PDF GABON PDFFILES/DEPOSIT/gab_mzn31_1999.pdf PDFFILES/GAB_1984_Act.pdf PDFFILES/GAB_1992_Decree.pdf PDFFILES/TREATIES/GAB-STP2001MB.PDF GAMBIA PDFFILES/GMB_1969_Act.pdf PDFFILES/TREATIES/GMB-SEN1975MB.PDF GHANA PDFFILES/GHA_1986_Law.pdf GUINEA PDFFILES/GIN_1980_Decree.pdf PDFFILES/TREATIES/GIN-GNB1985MD.PDF GUINEA-BISSAU PDFFILES/GNB_1985_Act2.pdf PDFFILES/GNB_1985_Act3.pdf PDFFILES/TREATIES/SEN-GNB1993MC.PDF KENYA PDFFILES/DEPOSIT/ken_mzn58_2006.pdf PDFFILES/KEN_1977_Act.pdf PDFFILES/KEN_1979_Proclamation.pdf PDFFILES/KEN_1979_baseline.pdf PDFFILES/KEN_1989_Maritime.pdf PDFFILES/KEN_merchant_shipping_act.pdf PDFFILES/TREATIES/TZA-KEN1976TW.PDF LIBERIA PDFFILES/LBR_1968_Act.pdf PDFFILES/LBR_1977_Act.pdf PDFFILES/LBR_national_legislation.pdf LIBYA PDFFILES/LBY_1959_Act.pdf PDFFILES/LBY_1973_Information.pdf PDFFILES/lby_2009_declaration_a.pdf PDFFILES/lby_2009_declaration_e.pdf PDFFILES/TREATIES/LBY-MLT1986ICJ.PDF PDFFILES/TREATIES/lby_tun1978sa.tif PDFFILES/TREATIES/LBY-TUN1988CS.PDF MADAGASCAR PDFFILES/DEPOSIT/mdg_mzn43_2002.pdf PDFFILES/MDG_1963_Decree.pdf PDFFILES/MDG_1985_Ordinance.pdf PDFFILES/MDG_1994_Decree.pdf MAURITANIA PDFFILES/MRT_1978_Law.pdf PDFFILES/MRT_1988_Ordinance.pdf MAURITIUS PDFFILES/MAPS/mus_mzn63_2008_00189.jpg PDFFILES/MAPS/mus_mzn63_2008_00190.jpg PDFFILES/MAPS/mus_mzn63_2008_00191.jpg PDFFILES/MAPS/mus_mzn63_2008_00192.jpg PDFFILES/MAPS/mus_mzn63_2008_00193.jpg PDFFILES/MAPS/mus_mzn63_2008_ill-map.jpg PDFFILES/DEPOSIT/mus_mzn63_2008.pdf PDFFILES/TREATIES/MUS-SYC2012CS.PDF PDFFILES/DEPOSIT/communicationsredeposit/mzn63_2008_gbr.pdf PDFFILES/DEPOSIT/communicationsredeposit/mzn63_2008_mus.pdf PDFFILES/DEPOSIT/communicationsredeposit/mzn63_2008_mus_f.pdf PDFFILES/DEPOSIT/communicationsredeposit/mzn63_2008_fra_en.pdf PDFFILES/DEPOSIT/communicationsredeposit/mzn63_2008_fra.pdf PDFFILES/DEPOSIT/communicationsredeposit/mzn63_2008_mus2.pdf PDFFILES/MUS_1977_Act.pdf PDFFILES/MUS_1977_Regulations.pdf PDFFILES/TREATIES/FRA-MUS1980EZ.PDF MOROCCO PDFFILES/MAR_1973_Act.pdf PDFFILES/MAR_1975_Decree.pdf PDFFILES/MAR_1981_Act.pdf MOZAMBIQUE PDFFILES/MOZ_1967_Decree.pdf PDFFILES/MOZ_1976_Law.pdf PDFFILES/TREATIES/TZA-MOZ1988TM.PDF NAMIBIA PDFFILES/NAM_1990_Act.pdf PDFFILES/NAM_1990_Proclamation.pdf PDFFILES/NAM_1991_Act.pdf PDFFILES/TREATIES/ZAF-NAM1994OI.PDF NIGERIA PDFFILES/NGA_1969_Decree.pdf PDFFILES/NGA_1978_Decree.pdf PDFFILES/NGA_1998_Decree.pdf PDFFILES/TREATIES/STP-NGA2001.PDF SAO TOME&PRINC. 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Score: 1019409.7 - https://www.un.org/depts/los/LEGISLATIONANDTREATIES/toc.htm
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However the deposit for a Big LEO system could simply be set at a higher fixed level of say $US 5 million as a more practical arrangement as the main purpose of the deposit is to discourage excess and speculative filings, and deposits should not reach levels which would discourage the introduction of new technology. In the case of Little LEO systems costs are much lower and the deposit could be set at say $US 100,000. 7 Advantages of the Filing Deposit Approach The introduction of filing deposits would seem to have the following advantages: • because of the deposit, it would tend to limit coordination filings to those which have a reasonable expectation of being implemented. (...) The introduction of deposits could also be used to provide additional resources to the BR.
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Score: 1015332.3 - https://www.itu.int/itudoc/itu...-97/rsc/sc4/contr/aus1_ww6.doc
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Decision to proceed by way of Deposition pursuant to rule 71 IN THE TRIAL CHAMBER Before: Judge Richard May, Presiding Judge Mohamed Bennouna Judge Patrick Robinson Registrar: Mrs. (...) Kupreskic 1 , is not applicable here, since all four accused have consented to the use of Rule 71 in these circumstances, PURSUANT TO Rule 71 of the Rules, HEREBY ORDERS as follows : The evidence of the witnesses listed in the Confidential Annex to this Decision will be taken by way of deposition pursuant to Rule 71; Ms. Yvonne Featherstone, Senior Legal Officer, is appointed as Presiding Officer in respect of the depositions, under the terms of Rule 71(A); The Presiding Officer shall call the parties in this case to a conference to consider matters relating to the taking of the depositions, including dates, venue, travel and accommodation; The Presiding Officer is empowered, in consultation with the Registry, to make all practical arrangements in respect of the depositions, except that deposition evidence shall be taken in closed session and the accused shall not be present; The Presiding Officer shall present the Trial Chamber with a written report on the status of the deposition proceedings every other month and further, shall report immediately any difficulties in the implementation of this Decision to the Trial Chamber; and Any applications for protective measures, including safe conduct, in respect of individual witnesses whose evidence will be taken by way of deposition, must be filed with the Trial Chamber by 15 December 1999.   (...) Decision on Appeal by Dragan Papic Against Ruling to Proceed by Deposition, Prosecutor v. Kupreskic et al., Case No.
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Score: 1014923.5 - https://www.icty.org/x/cases/k...ocka/tdec/en/91115EV510746.htm
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path=Publication/TH/Page1_en.xml. 3 Supersession of previous deposits 15. When a coastal State deposits charts or lists of geographical coordinates of points concerning a geographical area that is already covered in a previous deposit made by that State, the intention to replace, in full or in part, the previously deposited charts or lists of geographical coordinates of points should be clearly stated in the communica- tion accompanying the deposited material. 16. (...) As such, they are not suitable for deposit and are considered as material and information supplemen- tal to the deposit of lists of geographical coordinates of points. 22. (...) Maritime zone notifications contain the following details: (a) The date of receipt of the deposit; (b) The name of the depositing State; (c) The articles of the Convention invoked by the depositing State; (d) A specification of whether the State has deposited charts or lists of geographical coordinates of points, or both; (e) A description of what the charts or lists of geographical coordinates of points represent, as provided by the depositing State; (f) The specified geodetic datum; (g) Information as to whether the deposit supersedes any previous deposits made by the coastal State; (h) Relevant observations or statements included in the communication from the depositing State, if any; (i) Standard language referring the reader to the website of the Division to consult the deposited material. 42.
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Score: 1013556.8 - https://www.un.org/Depts/los/d...s/DepositGuidelinesEnglish.pdf
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The largest aluminum deposits are shown on the map, which include: three bauxite deposits and two deposits of nepheline-syenite. (...) On the map are shown Chon-Tash and Koksaiski molybdenum deposits, Sary-Dzhaz uranium-molybdenum-vanadium deposit, Keptash and Molodyozhnoe molybdenum-tungsten deposits. (...) Six deposits are shown on the map, including Khaidarkan deposit that at present are being developed and Chonkoi, Chauvai, Symap suspended deposits.
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Score: 1011899.1 - https://unece.org/DAM/energy/s...ass_EMR_KG_Arkady_Rogalsky.pdf
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This is especially true when the DFS product allows customers to digital store-value in small amounts. If a deposit insurance system is already in place, consumers should be informed on whether such digital stored-value product is covered by the deposit insurance system or not, before they make a purchasing decision. (...) In the Philippines, e-money issuers disclose on their websites that these products are not covered by deposit insurance. In Colombia and Mexico, where the direct approach is applied, disclosure on deposit insurance coverage is required. The International Association of Deposit Insurers (IADI) has public awareness as one of its Core Principles for Effective Deposit Insurance.
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Score: 1011573.8 - https://www.itu.int/en/publica...s/files/basic-html/page91.html
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If digital stored-value products are excluded from deposit insurance coverage, then alternative mechanisms to protect customer funds should be in place. (...) Regulators thus need to give certainty to all actors and explicitly indicate whether a new DFS is considered a deposit and, subsequently, the deposit insurance treatment it will receive. CGAP has observed that countries with deposit insurance have adopted one of three approaches to digital 49 stored-value products: (i) the exclusion approach, whereby such products are explicitly excluded from deposit insurance coverage, although other measures to protect customers’ stored value are adopted; (ii) the direct approach, whereby such products are directly insured by a deposit insurer and their providers must be or must become members of the deposit insurance system; and (iii) the pass-through approach, whereby deposit insurance coverage “passes through” a custodial account at an institution that is a deposit insurance member which holds customer funds from stored-value products, to the individual customer of the DFS provider (although this is not a deposit insurance member).
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Score: 1011502.05 - https://www.itu.int/en/publica...s/files/basic-html/page92.html
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B) The motion for the taking of a deposition shall be in writing and shall indicate the name and whereabouts of the person whose deposition is sought, the date and place at which the deposition is to be taken, a statement of the matters on which the person is to be examined, and of the exceptional circumstances justifying the taking of the deposition. (C) If the motion is granted, the party at whose request the deposition is to be taken shall give reasonable notice to the other party, who shall have the right to attend the taking of the deposition and cross-examine the person whose deposition is being taken. (D) Deposition evidence may also be give by means of video- conference.
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Score: 1008227.5 - https://www.icty.org/en/press/...ccuseds-right-be-tried-without
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