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FAO - SFM Case Detail: Resources needed for optimum tree growth with a focus on the root system FAO.org english Sustainable Forest Management (SFM) Toolbox Background Modules Tools Cases News E-learning Gateway Register Case Details Resources needed for optimum tree growth with a focus on the root system Author(s) Krzic M., Du Toit, B., Walji, K., Dyanatakar, S., Sider, M., Crowley, C. (...) v=1unxLXcmRbQ&list=PLuu2Q20AUo4dhjE_Kri2M0_i1vL6Y4j_f&index=3&t=0s An overview of soil conditions needed for optimum tree root growth. Type of Case Video or audio Publisher Virtual Soil Science Learning Resources Region Africa Biome Temperate, Tropical Forest Type Planted forest Primary Designated Function Protection of soil and water Contact us Terms and Conditions Scam Alert Report Misconduct Jobs Procurement Governing Bodies Office of the Inspector General Evaluation Legal Office Ethics Office FAO organizational chart Regional Office for Africa Regional Office for Asia and the Pacific Regional Office for Europe and Central Asia Regional Office for Latin America and the Caribbean Regional Office for the Near East and North Africa Country Offices X Follow us on                                         Download our App © FAO, 2022
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Score: 991597.2 - https://www.fao.org/sustainabl...ases/case-detail/en/c/1275613/
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Under this agenda item, the modules that support the key performance area of Optimum Capacity and Flexible Flights will be presented. (...) Flights will be accommodated in a manner that achieves the optimum system outcome with minimal deviation from the user preferred 4D flight trajectory. (...) Departure and arrival procedures that take into account airspace and traffic complexity while facilitating flight via optimum profiles by enabling continuous climb operations (CCOs), continuous descent operations (CDOs) and optimized profile descents (OPDs) will be addressed.
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Score: 987773.4 - https://www.icao.int/MID/Docum...012/cns_atm_ic_sg6/wp03_en.pdf
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ICAO encourages States to calculate their needs within the eleven KPAs, using the common Key Performance Indicators (KPIs) and taking into account traffic forecasts. 1.6 Once the performance needs have been identified, it is then necessary to find the optimum solution for these needs while ensuring interoperability. (...) At the end of this step, what remains to be considered is to ensure the deployment of the optimum solution overcoming potential challenges. 1.7 Once the top-down approach has been completed and the optimum solution totally or partially implemented, the last step to close successfully the PBA cycle, is to measure the performance results of the system. (...) During this process, assumptions should not be made; however, attention should be paid to double counting benefits when measuring results, as often the optimum solution is not an isolated operational improvement but a group of them.
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Score: 986482.6 - https://www.icao.int/APAC/Meet...0AI%203.0%20-%20PBA%20APAC.pdf
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Any interference by State policy with this allocation will lead to loss of efficiency and a reduction in the growth rate of the economy compared with the optimum level that could be obtained through the free play of the market forces. (...) Due to lack of space, I shall not deal with the case of Japan, which also applied policies in the last century which combined State and private action.
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Score: 984322.3 - https://www.cepal.org/en/publi...ee-industrialization-processes
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This module enables the reliable  identification of applicable ATM solutions when  meteorological conditions are impacting  (observed) or expected to impact (forecast)  aerodromes or airspace 9 July 2013 Page 11 Optimum Capacity and Flexible Flights (PIA 3) Using procedural concepts (e.g.  (...) B0‐85: ASEP Air Traffic Situational Awareness (ATSA) ATSA provides a cockpit display of a graphical depiction of traffic to assist the pilot in out‐the‐window  visual acquisition of traffic: AIRB and VSA  B0‐86: OPFL Improved access to Optimum Flight Levels  through Climb/Descent Procedures using ADS‐B The use of In Trail Procedure (ITP) facilitates en‐route  climb or descent to enable better use of optimal flight  levels in environments where a lack of ATC surveillance  and/or the large separation minima currently  implemented is a limiting factor. (...) New‐ by 1/1/2014 and all by 1/1/2017 9 July 2013 Page 12 Optimum Capacity and Flexible Flights (PIA 3) ‐ Continued Through ground based safety nets combined  with ground surveillance  the enroute phase  of flight supports additional capacity,  flexibility and safety  B0‐84 – ASUR Initial  surveillance capability ADS‐B  Out, MLAT Ground surveillance supported  by ADS‐B OUT and/or wide  area multilateration systems  will improve safety, especially  search and rescue and  capacity through separation  reductions.
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Score: 984006.25 - https://www.icao.int/NACC/Docu...3ASBUWORKSHOP/ASBU2013WP08.pdf
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These regulatory processes should be planned and adapted to support the pursuit of optimum ATM in dynamic environments. 1) Do you agree with this proposition? (...) 2) How can the regulatory process be planned and adapted to support the pursuit of optimum ATM in a dynamic environment? Group 2 3) If developing ATM regulation in an integrated process, what questions should regulators ask themselves to optimize regulatory benefits? (...) Group 3 5) ATM regulation should be concerned with optimum use of all ATM resources available to the State.
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Score: 983778.2 - https://www.icao.int/MID/Docum...p%20Questions%20_09-10-12_.pdf
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At the same time account should be taken of the work being carried out both in regional organizations and in other international organizations (ILO, OECD, etc.) dealing with employment issues. 7 Target audience Target audience Developed countries Developing countries Least developed countries (LDCs) Telecom policy-makers Interested Very interested Very interested Telecom regulators Interested Very interested Very interested Service providers/operators Interested Very interested Very interested Manufacturers Interested Very interested Very interested Other State entities Interested Very interested Very interested - 3 - WTDC06/202(Rev.2)-E a) Target audience The proposed work will be useful for bodies in the Member States, such as the telecommunication administrations and administrations dealing with planning and management of public employment policies, and for the private sector, which will have better information on the basis of which to design business plans. b) Proposed methods for the implementation of the results At the end of the study period, a comprehensive report on the above Question could be distributed to authorities, organizations and enterprises that so wish in the telecommunication sector. The whole report or a summary could also be published on the ITU website. 8 Proposed methods of handling the Question a) The Question will be studied within Study Group 1. b) Study of this subject will require the collection of data, analysis and the formulation of conclusions based on the experience of various Member States. To this end, for optimum organization within Study Group 1, it will be necessary to set up a working party, with terms of reference to be assigned by the study group. 9 Coordination On the basis of the evaluation of the subject to be conducted, it might prove useful to set up some form of coordination with other international organizations working in the development and employment fields. 10 Other information _____________ Question 21/1: Impact of telecommunication development on the creation of employment 1 Statement of the situation 2 Background 3 Expected outputs 4 Timing 5 Proposers 6 Sources of input 7 Target audience 8 Proposed methods of handling the Question 9 Coordination 10 Other information
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Score: 979824.8 - https://www.itu.int/ITU-D/stud...QUEST-SG1/DEFQUEST-Q21-1-E.pdf
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Importantly, it allows us to take decisions on the leadership that the WTO must show in dealing with the challenges it faces. The successes of the UruguayRound were enormous. (...) Towards further negotiations The WTO must show leadership in dealing with these challenges. It must respond to the concerns of the public and consumers, strengthen the rules needed by Members, deal with the rapidly expanding trade agenda and, crucially, assert the primacy of the multilateral trade system. (...) This is the only way to ensure that the competing interests can be balanced, and that an optimum outcome can be achieved. The mandated negotiations on agriculture and services already constitute a solid core of future negotiations.
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Score: 976093.9 - https://www.wto.org/english/th...nist_e/min98_e/mc98_e/st16.pdf
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These Seminars will address the various aspects of the Information and Communication Technologies (ICT) focusing on IMT-2000 as an optimum wireless communication infrastructure for the information society, with particular emphasis on global solutions adequate to the requirements of developing countries. " There are now more mobile users than fixed users. (...) Your Administration is invited to participate in this event with one or more qualified experts, and to present a paper dealing with mobile network implementation in your country/region and evolution to 3G.
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Score: 969048.2 - https://www.itu.int/ITU-D/tech...5/DamascusInvitationLetter.PDF
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The Paris Agreement was adopted at the UN climate change conference in December 2015 by 195 countries as the first-ever universal, legally binding global climate deal. It required that at least 55 Parties accounting for at least 55 per cent of global greenhouse gas emissions ratify it, for its entry into force 30 days later. (...) Effective social dialogue can help governments and social partners define optimum solutions to build a climate safer world with minimum social disruption.
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Score: 969048.2 - www.ilo.org/global/topi...WCMS_534224/lang--en/index.htm
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