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If you mean net annual increment or another measure of forest productivity in terms of wood growth, I agree this would be desirable – and this measure is often used, for instance in the pan-European indicator set.  The problem here is that many countries with a high proportion of natural forests (including Canada) do not measure increment, and could not supply the information.  From a (wood-focussed) sustainability point of view, the important thing is that drain (harvests and natural losses) is not higher than increment.  (...) However, the net outcome of this interaction is changes in forest biomass: if drain is higher than increment, growing stock decreases; if not, growing stock is stable or increases. 
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Score: 968793.75 - https://www.fao.org/fsnforum/ru/comment/7992
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If you mean net annual increment or another measure of forest productivity in terms of wood growth, I agree this would be desirable – and this measure is often used, for instance in the pan-European indicator set.  The problem here is that many countries with a high proportion of natural forests (including Canada) do not measure increment, and could not supply the information.  From a (wood-focussed) sustainability point of view, the important thing is that drain (harvests and natural losses) is not higher than increment.  (...) However, the net outcome of this interaction is changes in forest biomass: if drain is higher than increment, growing stock decreases; if not, growing stock is stable or increases. 
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Score: 968793.75 - https://www.fao.org/fsnforum/index.php/ru/comment/7992
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If you mean net annual increment or another measure of forest productivity in terms of wood growth, I agree this would be desirable – and this measure is often used, for instance in the pan-European indicator set.  The problem here is that many countries with a high proportion of natural forests (including Canada) do not measure increment, and could not supply the information.  From a (wood-focussed) sustainability point of view, the important thing is that drain (harvests and natural losses) is not higher than increment.  (...) However, the net outcome of this interaction is changes in forest biomass: if drain is higher than increment, growing stock decreases; if not, growing stock is stable or increases. 
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Score: 968793.75 - https://www.fao.org/fsnforum/index.php/es/comment/7992
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However, most cities rank higher by high-income population increment than by high-income popula- tion density. (...) For more than half of these cities, the ranking by high-income population increment is lower than that by high-income population density. (...) Their rankings by high-income population increment also vary greatly, and all are below 140th in the world by high-income population density.
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Score: 968466.1 - https://unhabitat.org/sites/de..._cities_worldwide2011-2012.pdf
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The second is in the use of Incremental Cost Analysis (ICA) to support additional investments in the mitigation of risks associated with various potential future scenarios. (...) Each increment that is selected to add robustness to an alternative has some ancillary benefit that a stakeholder cares about, and that they might be willing to sponsor. In addition, some grants often exist to subsidize best practices, which are accessible if an increment action is suited. In addition, increments may lead to multi-purpose projects allowing access to different sources of funds.
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Score: 968233.9 - https://en.unesco.org/crida/steps
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Global estimates of incremental investment require- ments are calculated on the basis of assumptions regarding fu- ture trends in population, economic growth rates and required technological progress. (...) In the table, the row on baseline incremental needs includes the costs of sustaining the current level of services from various sectors, given expected economic and popula- tion growth rates, and is estimated at $2.6 trillion per annum. At least half the estimated incremental investments for providing universal access to clean modern energy and for sustainable agriculture for food security would need to take place in developing countries.
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Score: 968233.9 - https://www.un.org/development...ads/sites/45/policybrief34.pdf
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© HEXAGO 2005 ::1 Marc Blanchet CTO, Hexago ( Director, North American IPv6 Task Force Member of the Board and Technical Directorate, IPv6Forum ) {mailto | sip}: Marc.Blanchet@hexago.com Challenges and Opportunities in Deploying IPv6 Applications © HEXAGO 2005 ::2 Plan • IPv6 ROI • End to end • IPng Recommendation • Incremental Deployment • Network Toolkit • TSP tunnel Broker • Case Studies • Conclusion © HEXAGO 2005 ::3 IPv6 Return on Investment • Many features of IPv6, taken separately, do not provide, at this time, sufficient ROI to justify a full upgrade, end-to-end, of the network, the operating systems and the applications. – Each feature has an equivalent fix in IPv4. – Large legacy installed base (IPv4-only) • The combination of IPv6 features help provide a better ROI, but still usually not sufficient. • Choices: – Upgrade the whole network, OS, apps. • Provides all the good features of IPv6 • If you can afford the upgrade, great. – Incremental deployment • Get the good features of IPv6 • Lower cost for deployment • Risk is manageable. (...) Change of network API. • Operating system: – Need to be IPv6 enabled • Network: – Lan, enterprise, edge, access, distribution, core, exchange, Internet, exchange, core, distribution, access, edge, enterprise, lan – Routers, firewalls, DNS, vpn servers, network management,. .. – Servers – • It is only when all pieces are IPv6 enabled that an IPv6 application works NetworkappsOS apps OS IPv6 √ IPv6 √ IPv6 √ IPv6 √IPv6 √ © HEXAGO 2005 ::5 IPng Recommendation • IETF IPng Recommendation [RFC1752: Jan 1995]: – The IPv6 transition plan is aimed at meeting four basic requirements: • Incremental upgrade. • Incremental deployment. • Easy Addressing. • Low start-up costs. • [RFC1752] Bradner, S. and A. Mankin, "The Recommendation for the IP Next Generation Protocol", RFC 1752, January 1995. © HEXAGO 2005 ::6 How to deploy A) Upgrade everything B) Deploy incrementally: – Per host/per application: • One host-application at a time, as needed. – Have some IPv6 native backbone to aggregate traffic, deploy addressing, etc.. – IPv6 access over the IPv4 network – Use transition technique to give IPv6 connectivity to the « far » hosts – In an efficient network-wise way – Low upfront costs while providing early service © HEXAGO 2005 ::7 Write Your Requirements • Possible Requirements: – NAT traversal: is there an IPv4 NAT in the network?
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Score: 968233.9 - https://www.itu.int/ITU-T/work...resentations/s2-1-blanchet.pdf
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Continue the addition of 0.1 N sodium hydroxide in 0.5-ml increments until a pH of 6.0 is attained, recording the burette reading and the pH after the addition of each increment. (...) Then continue adding 0.1 N sodium hydroxide in 0.5-ml increments until the pH is 10.0, again recording the burette reading and the pH after the addition of each increment. (...) The end-point lies in the 0.5-ml increment of sodium hydroxide that gives the highest value for "delta"pH, its exact position being calculated by adding 0.5 b/B to the next lower burette reading, where b is the last "delta"2pH value having a plus sign and B is the sum, without regard to sign, of the last "delta"2pH value having a plus sign and the first "delta"2pH value having a minus sign.
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Score: 966285.8 - https://www.fao.org/fileadmin/...cs/Monograph1/Additive-403.pdf
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If you mean net annual increment or another measure of forest productivity in terms of wood growth, I agree this would be desirable – and this measure is often used, for instance in the pan-European indicator set.  The problem here is that many countries with a high proportion of natural forests (including Canada) do not measure increment, and could not supply the information.  From a (wood-focussed) sustainability point of view, the important thing is that drain (harvests and natural losses) is not higher than increment.  (...) However, the net outcome of this interaction is changes in forest biomass: if drain is higher than increment, growing stock decreases; if not, growing stock is stable or increases. 
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Score: 963101.5 - https://www.fao.org/fsnforum/fr/comment/7992
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If you mean net annual increment or another measure of forest productivity in terms of wood growth, I agree this would be desirable – and this measure is often used, for instance in the pan-European indicator set.  The problem here is that many countries with a high proportion of natural forests (including Canada) do not measure increment, and could not supply the information.  From a (wood-focussed) sustainability point of view, the important thing is that drain (harvests and natural losses) is not higher than increment.  (...) However, the net outcome of this interaction is changes in forest biomass: if drain is higher than increment, growing stock decreases; if not, growing stock is stable or increases. 
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Score: 963101.5 - https://www.fao.org/fsnforum/index.php/fr/comment/7992
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