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A semi-quantitative approach | FAO SOILS PORTAL | 联合国粮食及 农业组织 FAO.org 中文 english français Español FAO SOILS PORTAL Data Hub Assessment Biodiversity Management Degradation/Restoration SoiLEX Publications A semi-quantitative approach A quantitative modelling approach A semi–quantitative approach to soil suitability Soil Profile to assess potential rooting depth, Visual Soil Assessment Field Guides A semi-quantitative approach combines the presumed effects of each soil factor in a multiplicative function .
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Score: 683733.3 - https://www.fao.org/soils-port...semi-quantitative-approach/zh/
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Globally, drylands are made up of: Forest 18% Barren Land 28% Grassland 25% Cropland 14% 28% - Barren Land 18% - Forest 25% - Grassland 14% - Cropland * A further 10% is classified as ‘other wooded land’ / * The presumed drylands have been assessed but not included in this report The assessment results demonstrate that drylands are not wastelands, but productive landscapes with considerable economic potential and environmental value. (...) More than half of the world’s dryland forest (52 percent) is in the dry subhumid zone, mostly in the northeast of Southern Africa and western (pre-Andean) inland South America; 41 percent is in the semi-arid zone, compared with only 7 percent in the arid zone and less than 1 percent in the hyperarid zone. link FIGURE 1 The world's drylands Hyperarid Arid Semiarid Dry Subhumid Presumed drylands Non drylands SOURCE: UNEP-WCMC, 2007 link FIGURE 2 Distribution of drylands among aridity zones, by region ('000 ha) Hyperarid Arid Semiarid Dry Subhumid SOURCE: UNEP-WCMC, 2007 Distribution of forests and other land uses Of the world’s 6.1 billion hectares of drylands, the assessment classified 18 percent as forest and 10 percent as other wooded land.
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Score: 682285.94 - https://www.fao.org/dryland-assessment/ar/
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Globally, drylands are made up of: Forest 18% Barren Land 28% Grassland 25% Cropland 14% 28% - Barren Land 18% - Forest 25% - Grassland 14% - Cropland * A further 10% is classified as ‘other wooded land’ / * The presumed drylands have been assessed but not included in this report The assessment results demonstrate that drylands are not wastelands, but productive landscapes with considerable economic potential and environmental value. (...) More than half of the world’s dryland forest (52 percent) is in the dry subhumid zone, mostly in the northeast of Southern Africa and western (pre-Andean) inland South America; 41 percent is in the semi-arid zone, compared with only 7 percent in the arid zone and less than 1 percent in the hyperarid zone. link FIGURE 1 The world's drylands Hyperarid Arid Semiarid Dry Subhumid Presumed drylands Non drylands SOURCE: UNEP-WCMC, 2007 link FIGURE 2 Distribution of drylands among aridity zones, by region ('000 ha) Hyperarid Arid Semiarid Dry Subhumid SOURCE: UNEP-WCMC, 2007 Distribution of forests and other land uses Of the world’s 6.1 billion hectares of drylands, the assessment classified 18 percent as forest and 10 percent as other wooded land.
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Score: 682285.94 - https://www.fao.org/dryland-assessment/ru/
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Status of Benefit Processing 16 CURRENT INVENTORY OF OPEN WORKFLOW CASES (MARCH 2019) 1 March 2019 Total inventory of Separation Workflows in IPAS 17,242 Minus Non‐Processable Workflows Workflows identified as open due to issues in IPAS (2,537) Workflows identified as pending due to non‐receipt of documents (8,174) Presumed Processable (Actionable) cases 6,531 Minus Cases identified as not at all for Payment Re‐entry into participation, Transfers, etc. (331) Cases identified as not yet for payment Art 30 Deferred Retirement Benefit (488) Art 32 Deferment of benefit election/choice (3,633) Cases not ready for Payment Cases with issues or requiring additional  information (750) Cases under processing Calculation/audit/release stage (549) Balance of Presumed Processable (Actionable) cases still to be reviewed 780 17 IV.
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Score: 682285.94 - https://www.un.org/other/afics...529-presentation_by_unjspf.pdf
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Globally, drylands are made up of: Forest 18% Barren Land 28% Grassland 25% Cropland 14% 28% - Barren Land 18% - Forest 25% - Grassland 14% - Cropland * A further 10% is classified as ‘other wooded land’ / * The presumed drylands have been assessed but not included in this report The assessment results demonstrate that drylands are not wastelands, but productive landscapes with considerable economic potential and environmental value. (...) More than half of the world’s dryland forest (52 percent) is in the dry subhumid zone, mostly in the northeast of Southern Africa and western (pre-Andean) inland South America; 41 percent is in the semi-arid zone, compared with only 7 percent in the arid zone and less than 1 percent in the hyperarid zone. link FIGURE 1 The world's drylands Hyperarid Arid Semiarid Dry Subhumid Presumed drylands Non drylands SOURCE: UNEP-WCMC, 2007 link FIGURE 2 Distribution of drylands among aridity zones, by region ('000 ha) Hyperarid Arid Semiarid Dry Subhumid SOURCE: UNEP-WCMC, 2007 Distribution of forests and other land uses Of the world’s 6.1 billion hectares of drylands, the assessment classified 18 percent as forest and 10 percent as other wooded land.
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Score: 682285.94 - https://www.fao.org/dryland-assessment/en/
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Globally, drylands are made up of: Forest 18% Barren Land 28% Grassland 25% Cropland 14% 28% - Barren Land 18% - Forest 25% - Grassland 14% - Cropland * A further 10% is classified as ‘other wooded land’ / * The presumed drylands have been assessed but not included in this report The assessment results demonstrate that drylands are not wastelands, but productive landscapes with considerable economic potential and environmental value. (...) More than half of the world’s dryland forest (52 percent) is in the dry subhumid zone, mostly in the northeast of Southern Africa and western (pre-Andean) inland South America; 41 percent is in the semi-arid zone, compared with only 7 percent in the arid zone and less than 1 percent in the hyperarid zone. link FIGURE 1 The world's drylands Hyperarid Arid Semiarid Dry Subhumid Presumed drylands Non drylands SOURCE: UNEP-WCMC, 2007 link FIGURE 2 Distribution of drylands among aridity zones, by region ('000 ha) Hyperarid Arid Semiarid Dry Subhumid SOURCE: UNEP-WCMC, 2007 Distribution of forests and other land uses Of the world’s 6.1 billion hectares of drylands, the assessment classified 18 percent as forest and 10 percent as other wooded land.
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Score: 682285.94 - https://www.fao.org/dryland-assessment/zh/
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Dengue fever cases and deaths by week of onset from 1 January 2018 through 21 January 2019 in Jamaica* Source: Jamaica Ministry of Health and reproduced by PAHO/WHO *Cumulative suspected/ presumed/ confirmed cases = 1325 Figure 2. Suspected, presumed and confirmed dengue cases by month for 2018 and 2019 versus monthly averages and epidemic threshold for Jamaica Source: Jamaica Ministry of Health and reproduced by PAHO/WHO Public health response The Ministry of Health (MoH) declared the dengue outbreak on 3 January 2019.
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Score: 682285.94 - https://www.who.int/csr/don/4-...bruary-2019-dengue-jamaica/en/
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Globally, drylands are made up of: Forest 18% Barren Land 28% Grassland 25% Cropland 14% 28% - Barren Land 18% - Forest 25% - Grassland 14% - Cropland * A further 10% is classified as ‘other wooded land’ / * The presumed drylands have been assessed but not included in this report The assessment results demonstrate that drylands are not wastelands, but productive landscapes with considerable economic potential and environmental value. (...) More than half of the world’s dryland forest (52 percent) is in the dry subhumid zone, mostly in the northeast of Southern Africa and western (pre-Andean) inland South America; 41 percent is in the semi-arid zone, compared with only 7 percent in the arid zone and less than 1 percent in the hyperarid zone. link FIGURE 1 The world's drylands Hyperarid Arid Semiarid Dry Subhumid Presumed drylands Non drylands SOURCE: UNEP-WCMC, 2007 link FIGURE 2 Distribution of drylands among aridity zones, by region ('000 ha) Hyperarid Arid Semiarid Dry Subhumid SOURCE: UNEP-WCMC, 2007 Distribution of forests and other land uses Of the world’s 6.1 billion hectares of drylands, the assessment classified 18 percent as forest and 10 percent as other wooded land.
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Score: 682285.94 - https://www.fao.org/dryland-assessment/es/
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Globally, drylands are made up of: Forest 18% Barren Land 28% Grassland 25% Cropland 14% 28% - Barren Land 18% - Forest 25% - Grassland 14% - Cropland * A further 10% is classified as ‘other wooded land’ / * The presumed drylands have been assessed but not included in this report The assessment results demonstrate that drylands are not wastelands, but productive landscapes with considerable economic potential and environmental value. (...) More than half of the world’s dryland forest (52 percent) is in the dry subhumid zone, mostly in the northeast of Southern Africa and western (pre-Andean) inland South America; 41 percent is in the semi-arid zone, compared with only 7 percent in the arid zone and less than 1 percent in the hyperarid zone. link FIGURE 1 The world's drylands Hyperarid Arid Semiarid Dry Subhumid Presumed drylands Non drylands SOURCE: UNEP-WCMC, 2007 link FIGURE 2 Distribution of drylands among aridity zones, by region ('000 ha) Hyperarid Arid Semiarid Dry Subhumid SOURCE: UNEP-WCMC, 2007 Distribution of forests and other land uses Of the world’s 6.1 billion hectares of drylands, the assessment classified 18 percent as forest and 10 percent as other wooded land.
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Score: 682285.94 - https://www.fao.org/dryland-assessment/fr/
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Annex C(1)(a) to the SPS Agreement: presumption of likeness Japan claimed that the Panel erred in its interpretation and application of Annex C(1)(a) in articulating the conditions for presuming likeness under this provision and in finding that Japanese products and Korean domestic products could not be presumed to be “like”. The Panel accepted that, in principle, likeness may be presumed for purposes of Annex C(1)(a), as it can be done under the GATT 1994 and the GATS when a measure distinguishes between products (or services and service suppliers) solely based on origin. (...) Upholding the Panel findings at issue, the Appellate Body found that the Panel did not err in declining to presume that Japanese products and Korean domestic products are “like”.
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Score: 681564.45 - https://www.wto.org/english/tr..._e/dispu_e/cases_e/ds495_e.htm
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