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Guidelines For Designing Data Collection And Sharing Systems For Co Managed Fisheries Technical Guidelines

Author : Ashley S. Halls
ISBN : 925105410X
Genre : Technology & Engineering
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There has been an increasing shift towards co-management for which managers need to reflect on new roles and reconsider information requirements. This technical paper is in two parts and provides guidelines to help design and implement appropriate and cost-effective data collection programmes or systems. In Part 2: the technical guidelines provides more technical detail on each of the sections in the Practical guide, including examples of the types of data that might be of interest to different stakeholders, data collection methods and sources, the design of sampling programmes, and guidance on data analysis and interpretation. Part 2 is particularly for Department of Fisheries and extension staff, research agencies and academic institutions, but can also provide field practitioners with an additional resource that can be referenced when necessary.
Category: Technology & Engineering

Collecting And Sharing

Author : Katherine Hart
ISBN : 0944722474
Genre : Art
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The exhibition Collecting and Sharing: Trevor Fairbrother, John T. Kirk, and the Hood Museum of Art was organized by the Hood Museum of Art, Dartmouth College.
Category: Art

Guidelines For Designing Data Collection And Sharing Systems For Co Managed Fisheries Practical Guide

Author : Ashley S. Halls
ISBN : 9251054096
Genre : Technology & Engineering
File Size : 42.18 MB
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The increasing shift towards co-management has prompted managers to reflect upon their new roles and reconsider information requirements. This technical paper, in two parts, is aimed to meet the growing need among co-managers for guidelines to help design and implement appropriate and cost-effective data collection programmes or systems. Part 1: Practical guide has been written specifically for co-managers and facilitators working in the field and offers simple and practical advice on helping stakeholders identify their information needs in relation to their management objectives and responsibilities, and developing collaborative ways of collecting and sharing the information in the most effective way. (Part 2 is ISBN 92-5-105410-X)
Category: Technology & Engineering

Christmas Recipes

Author : Amherst Press
ISBN : 0942495683
Genre : Cooking
File Size : 56.84 MB
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Save, collect, share, and pass on all of your favorite Christmas recipes and memories in the ultimate Christmas recipe journal. When you are planning your holidays or to pass on your family's traditions, Christmas Recipes is the one book you will need for a simply perfect Christmas. Book jacket.
Category: Cooking

Risk Disaster And Crisis Reduction

Author : Valerie November
ISBN : 9783319085425
Genre : Nature
File Size : 86.21 MB
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In the field of risks and crises, both the access to relevant information and its circulation are seen as crucial factors. Based on a new integrated theoretical model focusing on the stakeholder, the book proposes analysis of information reformulation and circulation in risk environments and crisis situations. Simply circulating the information does not mean that it will be picked up by those who could benefit from it. This has been amply demonstrated by the various crises and catastrophes that have shaken the planet in recent years. In order to be able to deal with risk situations and crises, it must be possible for information – when it circulates – to be understood and interpreted by a wide range of stakeholders, working in fields such as health and natural or environmental risks. By observing closely, in three very different situations, the way in which information is gathered, processed, distributed and used, this book examines the countless reformulations, redefinitions and even reorientations to which all information is subjected. This multiple reformatting, at least according to the hypothesis put forward in this book, is an important element in ensuring that the information produced circulates and reaches those for whom it is intended. The intention is then to analyze the way in which information circulates in situations of risk and crisis. In order to do it, the authors propose a new theoretical model based on different approaches. This model is anchored in the trend of research that has been oriented towards a wider understanding of risks and their territorial and social consequences. These ideas question the approach to risk which focuses primarily on technical aspects and probability. The model also draws from approaches to risk that focus on the stakeholders involved in the debates and the need for an integrated vision of risks. Risks are thus considered heterogeneous, plural and transcalar. The information flow about risks was studied first in the SHOC Room of the World Health Organization (WHO) in Geneva, a central place through which passes all information destined to managing world-wide epidemic risks. Then the research team monitored the constitution and the reception of a field library about risks management and reduction sent to Madagascar, an island systematically hit by cyclones. This following process has permitted the analysis of information dissemination during a crisis situation. The third field work was done in Cameroun to observe the use and transmission of information in two NGO specializing in sanitary risks prevention using traditional and biomedical conceptualization of health and illness. The book ends with a practical tool to assess and help the information circulation in risk and crisis situations.
Category: Nature

Recipes Blank Recipe Book For Collecting Recording Organizing And Sharing Your Favorite Recipes With Friends And Family 8 X

Author : Freya Willow Notebooks
ISBN : 1798760630
Genre : Cooking
File Size : 45.84 MB
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This lovely and practical 8 x 10" blank cookbook is filled with 124 pages waiting to be filled with your favorite recipes. Inside you'll find pages for you to create a index for your book and 58 two page spreads for you to add your favorite recipes - including space for recipe title, where you got the recipe, date, cook time, prep time, serving size, ingredients, directions, and an entire lined page for your special notes on the recipe. The soft cover is beautifully designed with a mid century modern minimalist style and a fun retro vintage style cover in pretty pastels. There are many ways to use this blank recipe book custom cookbook recipe journal and organizer diary for your new delicious culinary creations and experiments record cherished family recipes passed down the generations everyday recipes This modern recipe notebook also make a thoughtful gift - use it to collect and write out your favorite recipes and traditions to give to your son, daughter, friends, and family for birthdays and holidays, or as a housewarming, wedding, or bridal shower gift.
Category: Cooking

Contemporary Collecting

Author : Kevin M. Moist
ISBN : 9780810891142
Genre : Antiques & Collectibles
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In Contemporary Collecting: Objects, Practices, and the Fate of Things, Kevin M. Moist and David Banash have assembled several essays that examine collecting practices on both a personal and professional level. These essays situate collectors and collections in a contemporary context and also show how our changing world finds new meaning in the legacy of older collections. Arranged by such themes as “Collecting in a Virtual World,” “Changing Relationships with Things,” “Collecting and Identity—Personal and Political,” and “Collecting Practices and Cultural Hierarchies,” these essays help illuminate the role of objects in our lives.
Category: Antiques & Collectibles

Sharing Social Science Data

Author : Joan E. Sieber
ISBN : 9781452252919
Genre : Literary Collections
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This book represents the major accomplishments of social scientists who have pioneered in data sharing, highlighting the advantages for social science. It includes an examination of the reasons for data sharing, the specific sharing practices in various disciplines, the factors affecting the usefulness of shared data and individual and institutional concerns about data sharing. It will be useful to academics across the social sciences.
Category: Literary Collections

Defense Management

Author : Davi M. D'Agostino
ISBN : 9781437911510
Genre :
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The events of 9/11, and operations in Afghanistan and Iraq have made it critical for military units to identify individuals they encounter and share this information with other units and fed. agencies. Biometrics are unique personal aspects such as fingerprints and iris images used to identify an unfamiliar person. Fed. agencies with national security missions, such as the Depts. of Homeland Security (DHS) and State, need access to certain biometrics data gathered by the DoD. This report determines to what extent: (1) DoD has guidance on the biometrics data to be collected to support military activities; and (2) there may be gaps in biometrics information shared between DoD and DHS. Includes recommendations. Charts and tables.

Government Response To The Nao Review Of The Experiences Of Uk Nationals Affected By The Indian Ocean Tsunami

Author : Great Britain: Department for Culture, Media and Sport
ISBN : 010171842X
Genre : Political Science
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Response to HCP 594, session 2005-06 (ISBN 9780102936179). The report by the Committee of Public Accounts on the topic was published as HCP 813, session 2005-06 (ISBN 9780215028389)
Category: Political Science

House Of Commons Communities And Local Government Committee Community Budgets Hc 163

Author : Great Britain: Parliament: House of Commons: Communities and Local Government Committee
ISBN : 0215062833
Genre : Political Science
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Community Budgets are demonstrating their potential to deliver cheaper, more integrated and more effective public services. They are at risk, however, of being replaced after a few years if key issues are not resolved. If this opportunity is missed, the Committee warns that local services could come under unsustainable pressure in the face of increased demand and reduced budgets. This in turn may result in more spending later on judicial and emergency health and welfare interventions. The Government should send a clear message that it will assist every local authority wishing to introduce Community Budgets and to set out the specific assistance it will provide them with. Furthermore, the programme of pilots must not be allowed to slow progress towards wider implementation. If they are to succeed, public service providers and local authorities must realise investment in Community Budgets will bring them benefits. Local authorities, their partners, and central government should, therefore, develop a framework for agreements on how the benefits of investment are to be shared. On the Troubled Families Programme, the Committee is supportive of the work being done but highlights the need for greater focus on how work with these families will continue after the programme ends in 2016. Noting that the resources available have not increased in proportion to the number of families added to the programme in June, DCLG needs to monitor carefully progress and provide more resources to local authorities if necessary
Category: Political Science

World Water Actions

Author : Francois Guerquin
ISBN : 9781136533051
Genre : Law
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This text is divided into three parts. Part I focuses on the need for management to assess the challenges of water scarcity and plan changes based on proper valuation and financial instruments, international co-operation and efficient use. Part II analyses the problems of water scarcity and the available solutions in each main sector: water supply and sanitation, energy, health, agriculture, ecosystems and biodiversity. Part III assesses the state of the debate following the third World Water Forum and sets out the priorities for action, including increased investment, institutional reform and capacity building in the water sector. A free CD-ROM with extensive case studies and statistical data accompanies this text.
Category: Law

Wind And Seismic Effects

Author : United States-Japan Cooperative Program in Natural Resources. Joint Panel Conference
ISBN : UIUC:30112078756191
Genre : Technology & Engineering
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Category: Technology & Engineering

The International Politics Of Intelligence Sharing

Author : James Igoe Walsh
ISBN : 9780231154109
Genre : Political Science
File Size : 54.35 MB
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The cross-border sharing of intelligence is fundamental to the establishment and preservation of security and stability. The American invasion of Iraq in 2003 was based in part on flawed intelligence, and current efforts to defeat al Qaeda would not be possible without an exchange of information among Britain, Pakistan, Indonesia, and the United States. While critical to national security and political campaigns, intelligence sharing can also be a minefield of manipulation and maneuvering, especially when secrecy makes independent verification of sources impossible. In The International Politics of Intelligence Sharing, James Igoe Walsh advances novel strategies for securing more reliable intelligence. His approach puts states that seek information in control of other states' intelligence efforts. According to this hierarchical framework, states regularly draw agreements in which one power directly monitors and acts on another power's information-gathering activities-a more streamlined approach that prevents the dissemination of false "secrets." In developing this strategy, Walsh draws on recent theories of international cooperation and evaluates both historical and contemporary case studies of intelligence sharing. Readers with an interest in intelligence matters cannot ignore this urgent, timely, and evidence-based book.
Category: Political Science

Wireless Sensor Networks

Author : Jorge Sá Silva
ISBN : 9783642119163
Genre : Computers
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This book constitutes the refereed proceedings of the 7th European Conference on Wireless Sensor Networks, EWSN 2010, held in Coimbra, Portugal, in Februar 2010. The 21 revised full papers presented were carefully reviewed and selected from 109 submissions. Topics of interest include hardware design and implementation, operating systems and software, middleware and macroprogramming, communication and network protocols, information and signal processing, fundamental theoretical limits and algorithms, prototypes, field experiments, testbeds, novel applications, including urban sensing, security and fault-tolerance. The papers are organized in topical sections on localization, synchronization and compression, networking, new directions, programming and architecture, as well as on link reliability.
Category: Computers

Synthesis Report Of The Rbmb Network Meeting Peacock Beach Hotel Hambantota 20th May 2004

Author : Priyantha Jayakody
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Ruhuna Benchmark Badin in southern Sri Lanka is one of four benchmark basins identify by IWMI for long term research and capacity building. As an institute involved in long term research in this area, IWMI held a network meeting to share the collaborators’ views and opinions on issues such as optimization of water utilization and water productivity, and environment and health. The meeting will help identify these issues and related research questions as the basis for the development of the research program.

Ipad In Education For Dummies

Author : Sam Gliksman
ISBN : 9781118946985
Genre : Computers
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Offers information on using an iPad in the classroom, including an overview of the iPad's features, device configuration and management, and best practices, tools, and apps for classrooms.
Category: Computers

Traveling Heritages

Author : Saskia Wieringa
ISBN : 9789052602998
Genre : Social Science
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In the context of our increasingly globalized and digitalizedworld, libraries and archives are experiencing major changes.The methods used internationally to collect cultural heritageand other historical material are shifting, as new media haveadded important innovative tools for gathering, preserving,and sharing information around the globe. In light of our increasinglymulticultural societies and the expanding "digitaldivide," we need new and more inclusive approaches to thecollection of cultural heritage. This means that critical reflectionon both the contents of collections and methods of acquisitionis crucial.The International Information Center and Archives for theWomens Movement (IIAV) in Amsterdam provides a case studyin how to approach these issues. It considered such questionsas how to make optimal use of new media, and whose historiesshould be represented in its archives.In Traveling Heritages, international and national heritageexperts from academic, library, and archival professions reflectupon these questions, offering new perspectives on documentingwomens histories.
Category: Social Science