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UF0001 - El suelo de cultivo y las condiciones climáticas
Author: Carmen Rodríguez Guerra, Silvia Lozano
Publisher: Editorial Elearning, S.L.
Pages: 216
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La finalidad de esta unidad formativa es conocer el suelo como soporte para las plantas, estudiando su compleja estructura y su contenido, tanto físico como químico. Teniendo conocimiento de los distintos tipos de suelo que se puede planificar cualquier tipo de cultivo. El tiempo y el clima también son fenómenos a tener en cuenta cuando hay que plantear un cultivo, por ello se estudiarán los métodos de protección para evitar los nefastos efectos que los fenómenos atmosféricos pueden provocar en las cosechas. Finalmente, se atenderá al estudio del agua y la buena gestión del riego, controlando la gestión de la calidad del agua.
Keys to Soil Taxonomy (Eleventh Edition)
Author: U. S. Department of Agriculture, Natural Resources Conservation Service, Soil Survey Staff
Publisher: www.Militarybookshop.CompanyUK
ISBN: 1782662103
Pages: 346
Year: 2010-10
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The publication Keys to Soil Taxonomy serves two purposes. It provides the taxonomic keys necessary for the classification of soils in a form that can be used easily in the field. It also acquaints users of the taxonomic system with recent changes in the system. The eleventh edition of the Keys to Soil Taxonomy incorporates all changes approved since the publication of the second edition of Soil Taxonomy: A Basic System of Soil Classification for Making and Interpreting Soil Surveys (1999). One of the most significant changes in the eleventh edition is the addition of the suborders Wassents and Wassists for subaqueous Entisols and Histosols.
Music For Chameleons
Author: Truman Capote
Publisher: Vintage
ISBN: 0345803086
Pages: 288
Year: 2012-05-15
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In these gems of reportage Truman Capote takes true stories and real people and renders them with the stylistic brio we expect from great fiction. Here we encounter an exquisitely preserved Creole aristocrat sipping absinthe in her Martinique salon; an enigmatic killer who sends his victims announcements of their forthcoming demise; and a proper Connecticut householder with a ruinous obsession for a twelve-year-old he has never met. And we meet Capote himself, who, whether he is smoking with his cleaning lady or trading sexual gossip with Marilyn Monroe, remains one of the most elegant, malicious, yet compassionate writers to train his eye on the social fauna of his time.
The metamorphic belts of Ecuador
Author: M. Litherland, John A. Aspen, Richard A. Jemielita, British Geological Survey
Pages: 147
Year: 1994
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Post-Digital Print
Author: Alessandro Ludovico
ISBN: 9491677012
Pages: 190
Year: 2013-09-01
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In this post-digital age, digital technology is no longer a revolutionary
Year: 2001
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Hypotheses in Clinical Medicine
Author: Mohammadali M. Shoja
Publisher: Nova Biomedical
ISBN: 1622572769
Pages: 584
Year: 2012-09-01
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Hypotheses are fundamental to all sciences, including medicine. They play a critical role in motivating the development of science, since interesting and important hypotheses foster the diversity and debate upon which the scientific process depends. It is necessary to learn and understand how to assess a process, realize and discuss details and consequently launch a hypothesis. This book offers a number of novel, non-mainstream hypotheses – in various states of development – from authors with relevant expertise and experience.
Bonica's Management of Pain
Author: Scott Fishman, Jane Ballantyne, James P. Rathmell
Publisher: Lippincott Williams & Wilkins
ISBN: 0781768276
Pages: 1661
Year: 2010-01
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Bonica's Management of Pain was the first major textbook written primarily to guide practitioners as a comprehensive clinical text in the field of pain medicine. We aim to build on Bonica's tradition to assemble an updated, comprehensive textbook for pain practitioners that is seen as the leading text in the field of pain medicine. Prior editions have been largely based on contributions from leading practitioners who described current practice; this revision will make every attempt to include concise summaries of the available evidence that guides current practice.
Let Me Speak
Author: Domitila B. De Chungara, Moema Viezzer
Publisher: NYU Press
ISBN: 085345485X
Pages: 235
Year: 1978
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Stolen Harvest
Author: Vandana Shiva
Publisher: University Press of Kentucky
ISBN: 0813166799
Pages: 152
Year: 2016-01-05
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For the farmer, the seed is not merely the source of future plants and food; it is a vehicle through which culture and history can be preserved and spread to future generations. For centuries, farmers have evolved crops and produced an incredible diversity of plants that provide life-sustaining nutrition. In India alone, the ingenuity of farmers has produced over 200,000 varieties of rice, many of which now line store shelves around the world. This productive tradition, however, is under attack as globalized, corporate regimes increasingly exploit intellectual property laws to annex these sustaining seeds and remove them from the public sphere. In Stolen Harvest: The Hijacking of the Global Food Supply, Shiva explores the devastating effects of commercial agriculture and genetic engineering on the food we eat, the farmers who grow it, and the soil that sustains it. This prescient critique and call to action covers some of the most pressing topics of this ongoing dialogue, from the destruction of local food cultures and the privatization of plant life, to unsustainable industrial fish farming and safety concerns about corporately engineered foods. The preeminent agricultural activist and scientist of a generation, Shiva implores the farmers and consumers of the world to make a united stand against the genetically modified crops and untenable farming practices that endanger the seeds and plants that give us life.
Educational Qualitative Research in Latin America
Author: Gary L. Anderson, Martha Montero-Sieburth
Publisher: Taylor & Francis
ISBN: 0815313535
Pages: 246
Year: 1998
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Vale's Technique of Screen and Television Writing is an updated and expanded edition of a valuable guide to writing for film and television. Mr. Vale takes the aspiring writer through every phase of a film's development, from the original concept to the final shooting script. Teachers of the craft as well as writers and directors have acclaimed it as one of the best books ever written on how to write a screenplay. This book combines practical advice for the aspiring or established writer with a lucid overview of the unique features of this most contemporary art form, distinguishing film and video from other media and other kinds of storytelling. It teaches the reader to think in terms of the camera and gives practical advice on the realities of filmmaking. At the same time, Vale, who began his own career as a scriptwriter for the great French director Jean Renoir, provides a solid grounding in the history of drama from the Classical Greek theater through the great cinematic works of the twentieth century. Both philosophical and pragmatic, this is a very readable book for students and active professionals who want to improve their writing skills, and for film enthusiasts interested in knowing more about what they see on the screen.Mr. Vale is that rare combination, a practitioner of great experience who can offer a lucid explanation of his craft.Eugene Vale was born in Switzerland and began his career in France in the 1930s. He was an award-winning novelist, film and TV scriptwriter and teacher, whose works include the bestselling novel The Thirteenth Apostle and the scripts for Francis of Assisi, The Bridge of San Luis Rey, and The Second Face. He also worked in many other areas of the motion picture industry, including directing, producing, cutting, distribution and finance. His archives are held by Boston University and University of Southern California. Mr. Vale died in 1997, shortly after he completed the updated version of this handbook.
Childhood and Society
Author: Erik H. Erikson
Publisher: W. W. Norton & Company
ISBN: 0393347389
Pages: 448
Year: 1993-09-17
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The landmark work on the social significance of childhood. The original and vastly influential ideas of Erik H. Erikson underlie much of our understanding of human development. His insights into the interdependence of the individuals' growth and historical change, his now-famous concepts of identity, growth, and the life cycle, have changed the way we perceive ourselves and society. Widely read and cited, his works have won numerous awards including the Pulitzer Prize and the National Book Award. Combining the insights of clinical psychoanalysis with a new approach to cultural anthropology, Childhood and Society deals with the relationships between childhood training and cultural accomplishment, analyzing the infantile and the mature, the modern and the archaic elements in human motivation. It was hailed upon its first publication as "a rare and living combination of European and American thought in the human sciences" (Margaret Mead, The American Scholar). Translated into numerous foreign languages, it has gone on to become a classic in the study of the social significance of childhood.
Governance of Shared Waters
Author: Grethel Aguilar Rojas, Grethel Aguilar, Alejandro Iza
Publisher: World Conservation Union
Pages: 227
Year: 2011
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La Societe Punitive
Author: Michel Foucault
ISBN: 0312203276
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At the Threshold
Author: S. Shirley Feldman, Glen R. Elliott
ISBN: 0674050363
Pages: 642
Year: 1993-01-01
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Adolescents embody the best hopes of American society. Their vital role in shaping our future lends particular significance to their success in negotiating the passage from childhood to adulthood, while their intensity and visibility often make them barometers of social change. It is all the more remarkable, then, that this critical period has only recently captured the full attention of researchers. At the Threshold presents the long-awaited findings of the Carnegie Foundation study on adolescence. It offers a comprehensive overview of what investigators are learning about normal development and provides an interdisciplinary synthesis of research into the biological, social, and psychological changes occurring during this key stage in the life span. While focusing on the contexts of adolescent life - social and ethnic, family and school, leisure and work-it also addresses how researchers are doing in the effort to understand the intersection of processes that initiate and sustain adolescent development and to characterize the extraordinary changes that occur during these years. Contrary to popular belief, large numbers of young people continue to mature into productive members of society. At the Threshold seeks to allow professionals and nonprofessionals alike important access to the reality of normal adolescent experience. The authors recognize that only if we begin to understand and clearly articulate the parameters of successful adolescent development can we hope to intervene with those individuals whose lives seem aimed toward unsatisfactory futures.