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UNESCO Web Archive [ARCHIVED PAGE] United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) Web Archive (United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO)) Enter Web Address:   All 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000 1999 1998 1997 1996     Not in Archive The page you requested has not been archived in Archive-It. (...) It can take up to 24 hours after a crawl has been completed for the site to appear in the Wayback Machine. (...) You can also try searching for www.unesco.org/new/fileadmin/MULTIMEDIA/FIELD/Santiago/pdf/Agenda-Workshop-Holocaust-Guatemala-2018-ENG.pdf on the live web , in the global Wayback Service , or in the General Archive at the Internet Archive at www.archive.org Home | Internet Archive
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Score: 1925599.8 - https://en.unesco.org/sites/de...locaust-guatemala-2018-eng.pdf
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UNESCO Web Archive [ARCHIVED PAGE] United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) Web Archive (United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO)) Enter Web Address:   All 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000 1999 1998 1997 1996     Not in Archive The page you requested has not been archived in Archive-It. (...) It can take up to 24 hours after a crawl has been completed for the site to appear in the Wayback Machine. (...) You can also try searching for www.unesco.org/new/fileadmin/MULTIMEDIA/FIELD/Santiago/pdf/Agenda-Reunion-Guatemala-Holocaust-Genocides.pdf on the live web , in the global Wayback Service , or in the General Archive at the Internet Archive at www.archive.org Home | Internet Archive
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Score: 1925599.8 - https://en.unesco.org/sites/de...temala-holocaust-genocides.pdf
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It also provides funding, equipment, and mentorship to initiatives like Terra Crawlers. “Terra Crawlers’ main product is the organic fertilizer which we will introduce to the market by the end of this year. (...) “We are also working on a few new products that pertain to improving the quality of air in closed spaces, and we’re also working on ideas on healthy eating.” Terra crawlers is now donating their fertilizer to another youth-led UPSHIFT venture called ‘City Tree’, which fights air pollution in Prishtina using moss panel installations. Terra Crawlers is one of the 230 youth-led projects supported through UPSHIFT: Social Impact workshop, and Diella is one of more than 40,400 UPSHIFT beneficiaries.
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Score: 1790438 - https://www.unicef.org/kosovop...rning-waste-organic-fertilizer
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DRAFT REPORT : ADDENDUM : WORKING GROUP ON TRAFFICKING IN PERSONS, VIENNA, 12–13 OCTOBER 2021
Recommendation 2 States parties should seek to enhance operational responses to technology-facilitated trafficking in persons, especially of children, including by: (a) Strengthening the expertise and capacity of law enforcement agencies to use new technological tools to conduct efficient investigations and operations in the cyberspace, including on the dark web; (b) Establishing or developing specialized law enforcement functions on cyber-enabled crime, including related trafficking in persons, and/or enhancing cooperation between existing cyber and anti-trafficking functions; (c) Undertaking financial investigations of online trafficking cases to confiscate financial gains and assets, with a view to potentially utili zing these to support victims of trafficking; (d) Providing for appropriate trauma-informed, gender- and age-sensitive protection and assistance schemes for victims of trafficking in persons. (...) Recommendation 7 States parties should encourage technology companies to support national responses by implementing systematic scanning practices to better detect trafficking in persons activities online, including child trafficking, through the use of web crawlers and data scanning tools, in compliance with the right to privacy and human rights, while making sure that material stemming from online sexual exploitation is removed from online platforms to avoid revictimization and continuing exploitation.
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Score: 1631980.1 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...COP/WG.4/2021/L.1/ADD.1&Lang=E
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Such equipment includes crawler tractors (bulldozers), wheeled and tracked skidders and farm tractors. (...) The smaller blades also prevent excessive blading, which can initiate erosion. Crawler tractor - Crawler tractors are often used in forestry for road construction and maintenance as well as for skidding. (...) Because they are equipped with steel tracks and powerful bulldozer blades, crawler tractors can be used on very steep slopes.
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Score: 1627215.2 - https://www.fao.org/3/v6530e/V6530E08.htm
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Also, since the status code is machine-readable, researchers and others could use web crawlers to identity which blocked URLs use error code 451. (...) This information could then be used to map the blocked Web and to analyze the explanations, looking for trends and anomalies. (...) While that will largely depend on those that want to block access to Web content (i.e. how willing are they to be transparent about their reasons and their actions?)
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Score: 1535972.2 - https://www.ohchr.org/sites/de...vateSector/InternetSociety.pdf
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Skidders and forwarders can be wheeled or tracked. Crawler tractors (bulldozers) are often used for skidding in tropical rain forests. (...) “Reduced Impact Logging” in rain forests is normally done using the tree length system, with extraction by means of crawler tractors, skidders or cable systems. Post-harvest assessments include checking that operational standards have been sufficient and that legal prescriptions and management policies have been adhered to.
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Score: 1533944.5 - https://www.fao.org/sustainabl...harvesting/basic-knowledge/en/
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TABLE 25 The relative suitability as dike material of various types of soil Texture Permeability Compressibility Compaction characteristics Suitable as dike material Clay Impermeable Medium Fair to good Excellent Sandy clay Impermeable Low Good Good Loam Semi-impermeable to impermeable High Fair to very poor Fair Sandy loam Semi-impermeable to impermeable Medium to high Good to very poor Poor Sand Permeable Negligible Good Poor Peat Very poor TABLE 26 Characteristics of various soil materials for the construction of dikes and dams 1 Soil Group USC Suitability for dikes/dams Coefficient of permeability m/s Compaction characteristics and recommended equipment 2 Compressi- bility when saturated when saturated Workability as a construction material Shear strength when compacted/ saturated Permeability compacted soil Suscepti- bility to piping (Compacted) Shrink/ swell potential GW Very stable permeable shells of dikes/dams K > 10 -4 Good crawler tractor, pneumatic or steel roller Low Excellent High High Low About nil GP Reasonably stable permeable shells of dikes/dams K > 10 -4 Good crawler tractor, pneumatic or steel roller Low Good High High Low Very low GM Reasonably stable not particularly suited to shells, but may be used for impermeable cores or blankets K = 10 -5 to 10 -8 Fair to good with very close control of moisture, pneumatic or sheeps'-foot roller. Low Good High to medium Medium to low Medium to low Very low GC Fairly stable may be used for impermeable cores K = 10 -2 to 10 -5 Good to fair, pneumatic or sheeps-foot roller Low to medium Good Medium Low Medium to low Low SW Very stable permeable sections slope protection required K > 10 -5 Good, crawler tractor or pneumatic roller Low Excellent High High Medium About nil SP Reasonably stable may be used K > 10 -5 Good, crawler tractor Low Fair Medium High Medium to low About nil SM Fairly stable not particularly suited to shells, but may be used for impermeable cores or dikes K = 10 -5 to 10 -8 Fair to good with very close control of moisture, pneumatic or sheeps'-foot roller. (...) If the soil of the pond bottom has a strongly developed structure and high seepage losses, 10 cm per day or more, it may also be necessary to destroy the structure either through mechanical compaction, using a crawler tractor or a sheeps-foot roller, or through puddling .
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Score: 1522858.2 - https://www.fao.org/fishery/do...ng/General/x6706e/x6706e12.htm
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TABLE 25 The relative suitability as dike material of various types of soil Texture Permeability Compressibility Compaction characteristics Suitable as dike material Clay Impermeable Medium Fair to good Excellent Sandy clay Impermeable Low Good Good Loam Semi-impermeable to impermeable High Fair to very poor Fair Sandy loam Semi-impermeable to impermeable Medium to high Good to very poor Poor Sand Permeable Negligible Good Poor Peat Very poor TABLE 26 Characteristics of various soil materials for the construction of dikes and dams 1 Soil Group USC Suitability for dikes/dams Coefficient of permeability m/s Compaction characteristics and recommended equipment 2 Compressi- bility when saturated when saturated Workability as a construction material Shear strength when compacted/ saturated Permeability compacted soil Suscepti- bility to piping (Compacted) Shrink/ swell potential GW Very stable permeable shells of dikes/dams K > 10 -4 Good crawler tractor, pneumatic or steel roller Low Excellent High High Low About nil GP Reasonably stable permeable shells of dikes/dams K > 10 -4 Good crawler tractor, pneumatic or steel roller Low Good High High Low Very low GM Reasonably stable not particularly suited to shells, but may be used for impermeable cores or blankets K = 10 -5 to 10 -8 Fair to good with very close control of moisture, pneumatic or sheeps'-foot roller. Low Good High to medium Medium to low Medium to low Very low GC Fairly stable may be used for impermeable cores K = 10 -2 to 10 -5 Good to fair, pneumatic or sheeps-foot roller Low to medium Good Medium Low Medium to low Low SW Very stable permeable sections slope protection required K > 10 -5 Good, crawler tractor or pneumatic roller Low Excellent High High Medium About nil SP Reasonably stable may be used K > 10 -5 Good, crawler tractor Low Fair Medium High Medium to low About nil SM Fairly stable not particularly suited to shells, but may be used for impermeable cores or dikes K = 10 -5 to 10 -8 Fair to good with very close control of moisture, pneumatic or sheeps'-foot roller. (...) If the soil of the pond bottom has a strongly developed structure and high seepage losses, 10 cm per day or more, it may also be necessary to destroy the structure either through mechanical compaction, using a crawler tractor or a sheeps-foot roller, or through puddling .
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Score: 1522858.2 - https://www.fao.org/fishery/st...ng/General/x6706e/x6706e12.htm
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The authors call on funders to make data sets they own open to others, as well as a culture shift to create greater transparency in the R&D system by publishing more information on current research that is open access, allowing automated reading by machines such as web crawlers. One of the biggest challenges noted is developing capacity for collecting and reporting data on R&D funding when only 37% of countries are currently able to publicly report data of this type.
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Score: 1509379.9 - https://www.who.int/tdr/news/2014/global-observatory/en/
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