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    Statement of purpose

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    I ran away from Kathmandu School of Law in 2003 to join Department of National Parks and Wildlife Conservation under Ministry of Forest and Soil Conservation to work as a permanent employee in the post of park ranger. I did not do so, because I couldn’t afford the tuition fee. The school had rewarded me the scholarship that covered tuition fee, accommodation as well as other expenses. I ran away, because I had realized that my decision of switching from forestry to law had blurred my professional

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    The Champion Lands

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    area of northern lowland forest and wetlands ringed by hills and mountians of moderatr elevation and drained by the Nulhegan River. The Champion Lands of Vermont are part of a larger system known as the Northern Forest. Stretching 400 miles from Lake Ontario to the Atlantic Ocean, the Northern Forest covers more than 25 million acres across New York's Tug Hill plateau and Adirondack Mountains and includes nearly all of northern Vermont, New Hampshire, and Maine. The forest reaches north and east

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    Temperate Deciduous Forest and Missouri

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    ever recorded in Missouri ("Missouri Facts and Trivia"). The temperate deciduous forest is home to unique ecosystems and plentiful wildlife and vegetation. The temperature and precipitation in this biome is not too high or too low, hence the word temperate in the name. The terrain in the temperate deciduous biome has a great effect on the adaptations of the living organisms in the area. Missouri belongs in the temperate deciduous forest biome because both regions have similar climate, locations

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    Merriam-Webster dictionary defines biosphere as “the part of the world in which life can exist.” There are 2.1 million catalogued species known to exist and some scientist estimate as much as 100 million might exist. Each of these species has adapted to life in a particular part of the biosphere. These particular parts are called ecosystems. Since there is a large jump between the biosphere and ecosystems scientists have divided the biosphere into biomes. In doing research about biomes, it seems

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    When speaking about the sustainability of forests, sustainability itself must first be defined. The concept of sustainability is not easily defined in a single sentence or even in several sentences. As quoted by Steve Nix (n.d.), the British Columbia Forest Service defines sustainability as the integration of 3 elements, the environment, the economy and the social system, into a single system that can be maintained in a healthy state indefinitely. To achieve and maintain this delicate balance, many

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    Temperate Forest Biome

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    The forest a tranquil, peaceful, and relaxing place; what makes a forest these things? Temperate forests are made of many living and nonliving things. By combining these factors the temperate forest biome is made. Temperate forests are not just a boring thing that never moves, they are a thriving landscape given to extensive life that rejuvenates the planet daily. The forest biome is known worldwide. Our own backyards are part of this biome. Temperate forests are located on every continent except

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    The Foundry History

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    Broadway, Ivy League schools, and Niagara Falls, The Foundry is made up of a variety of people, land, and cultures. Physical Geography Two Eco-regions divide The Foundry; most of it is composed of the Eastern Temperate Forest, whereas a smaller area is part of the Northern Forests. The Northern Forests, which contains a smaller portion of The Foundry, consists of the Upper Peninsula and half of the Lower Peninsula of Michigan and also ... ... middle of paper ... ...l Regions of North America: Toward

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    is covered by forest and the people are depended on the forest and they are benefited with plenty of resources. They get timber from the forest to make different things they desire to have and to furnish their house. They also get non-timber products such as mushrooms, bamboos, medicinal plants and local handicrafts which in a hand promote our unique cultural values and on the other hand it contributes to the economic growth since there is a growing demand for these non-timber forest products with

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