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The article argues that the currently dominant idea of material welfare is at odds with a lifestyle that does justice to basic human values. Measurement of welfare needs to attach importance to a good environment. With regard to the subjective counterpart: social research on the experience of welfare - the quality of life - in various Western countries shows clearly that intangible values are very important in the lives of most people. In a process of globalization of economy and cultural supplies, it will be important to strengthen democratic concern with the environmental question. The legitimation of political authority in (inter)national negotiations will depend on the attention paid to welfare and quality of...
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The Water Resources Data System is a clearinghouse of hydrological and climatological data for the State of Wyoming. The Climatology Data consists of queryable roadway weather information through the Wyoming DOT; tables and graphs of monthly precipitation normals and totals by water year; and maps and graphs of percent snow equivelants from the NRCS.
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WRDS Water and Climate Map Server for Wyoming is an interaactive map viewer of hydrological and climatological data for the State of Wyoming. The Water Resources Data System is a clearinghouse of hydrological and climatological data for the State of Wyoming. The Climatology Data consists of queryable roadway weather information through the Wyoming DOT; tables and graphs of monthly precipitation normals and totals by water year; and maps and graphs of percent snow equivelants from the NRCS.
To investigate the potential response of soils to climatic change, measurements of soil physical and chemical properties were carried out during a year in a mountain zone in Alicante (Spain), along an altitudinal and climatological gradient. Hydrological properties (infiltration runoff and sediment concentration) were measured under winter and summer conditions. Chemical and physical soil properties were analyzed for reference soil profiles along the transect. The erosional response of the soils as well as soil properties like organic matter and CEC are found to be under the direct influence of the climate, and as a result they have to be considered as important factors in the desertification processes.


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