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The Summer Table

Author : Lisa Lemke
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Accompanied by tips and ideas for marinades, rubs, butters, sauces and salsas, a flavorful celebration of summertime and outdoor entertaining features festive menus for picnics, parties, lunches, brunches, barbecues and more.

Spring Table Grapes from Chile and Mexico Invs 731 TA 926 927 Preliminary

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The Martha s Vineyard Table

Author : Jessica B. Harris
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Celebrating the rich culinary history of New England, a collection of eighty taste-tempting recipes represents the best in Martha's Vineyard cuisine, including Codfish Fritters, Stuffed Quahogs, Corn Pudding, and Cranberry Apple Crisp, in a regional cookbook that also captures the island's charming environs, culture, markets, and more. 10,000 first printing.

Summer Mastitis

Author : G. Thomas
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This Community meeting has been organised, since over the past 15 years in different countries of Western Europe including Scandinavia, a lot of research has been directed to the summer mastitis problem. Summer mastitis in cattle is a well known disease which, because of its abruptness and the difficulties concerned in defining the predisposing factors and the pathogens involved, is hard to control. Moreover, as it is anticipated that in the transmission of the bacteria one or more dipterans are involved, the complexity in defining the disease and hence co-ordinating our scientific knowledge in relation to practical control was stimulus enough for this workshop to be organised. Our aims can be summarised in the following goals: 1. Exchange of information in the practical, technical and scientific field in order to stimulate a co-ordinated research approach at a time in which the cattle husbandry sector is under great economical stress. 2. Inform research workers from countries where the disease is or seems to be, not endemic, on aspects that might be of interest for them in the approach of comparable problems. 3. To draw up conclusions and recommendations with regard to future research activities in order to avoid needless duplication of effort.

Improved spring pastures cow calf production and stocking rate carryover in the northern Great Plains

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Fishery Bulletin

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Geological Survey of Canada Open File 2599

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Sun Valley Grazing Environmental Impact Statement draft

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Corridors for Birds Within a Pan European Ecological Network

Author : Colin Hindmarch
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This report considers the signifiance of corridors for high priority bird species within the development of Pan-European Ecological Network. This involves a brief review of existing research and policy, the testing of recent corridor ideas and typologies, the application of these ideas to fifteen birds "species of European Conservation Concern" and discussion of the next steps for research and policy development.

Geological Survey Professional Paper

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The Potential Effects of Global Climate Change on the United States

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The Summer of Cotton Candy

Author : Debbie Viguié
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Most people think The Zone is an amusement park, but Candy Thompson knows it’s really a slave labor camp. What else would you call a summer job that requires a sixteen-year-old girl to set aside her whole social life for the privilege of standing out in the hot sun selling cotton candy? Still, there are perks—particularly the mysterious hunk in the Lone Ranger costume. Behind that mask are the most amazing eyes Candy has ever seen. Who is that masked man? But someone else is just as interested. And romantic competition isn’t the only problem. Besides being hard work, The Zone is eating up major time. How is Candy supposed to stay involved in church? Worse yet, will she lose her best friend, Tamara, who resents how Candy’s job limits their time together? This is NOT the summer Candy hoped for! But as she is about to discover, the summer of cotton candy will be the greatest summer of her life.

Production Research Report

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Tomorrow s Table

Author : Pamela C. Ronald
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"Tomorrow's Table is for anyone who wishes to know more about how the food they eat is grown. It is for every shopper, policy decision maker, farmer, or anyone who has a tone time or another wondered what labels such as "organic" or GMO" truly mean for the heath of the population and the future of our planet.--Back cover.

Water Quality Trends in the Entiat River Sub basin

Author : Andy Bookter
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This is a print-on-demand edition of a hard-to-find report.Production of high-quality water is a vitally important ecosystem service in the interior Columbia River basin (ICRB), and there is concern about the maintenance of this water supply for domestic, agricultural, industrial, recreational, and ecosystem uses. Water quantity and quality are an important component of habitat for depleted salmonid populations in the ICRB where a multi-agency effort is underway to restore salmon, trout, and char listed as threatened or endangered. An active program of salmonid restoration is ongoing in the Entiat River sub-basin, During spring 2007, the authors began testing a pilot water quality monitoring strategy using multi-parameter data-logging instruments. Illus.

U S Forest Service Research Note

Author : United States. Rocky Mountain Forest and Range Experiment Stations, Fort Collins, Colo
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Long term effects of land application of domestic wastewater

Author : Ralph Stone
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Proceedings of the American Association for the Advancement of Science

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The Good Table

Author : Valentine Warner
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'Valentine has left no culinary stone unturned and has achieved what all cookbooks strive for, in that you want to go home and cook everything in the book!' - Fergus Henderson Featured in Vegetarian Living, Valentine Warner takes us on a journey to home food heaven. The food on your table is at the heart of the house, and The Good Table shows that it is best when sourced and cooked with love and care. In this book, Valentine pays homage to the slow cooking of cheaper cuts of meat, whilst encouraging us to enjoy less widely-used meat such as rabbit and venison. His ingredients are local, mostly inexpensive and easy to find, yet his dishes are often surprising, based on forgotten classics or hailing from distant countries such as Mexico and Morocco. The food you put on your table is at the heart of the house, as a matter of survival and joy. Everything we eat sustains family, friends and self, and The Good Table shows that it is best when sourced and cooked with love and care. Whether making comforting favourites such as Toad in the Hole or Paella, classic dishes such as Beef Suet Pudding or a Brandy Snap with Berries, or recipes from far-flung shores such as Lapland Fish Soup and a Spanish dish of Chorizo in Cider, Valentine's omnivorous curiosity and attention to detail set his recipes apart. In this timely book, Valentine pays homage to the slow cooking of cheaper cuts of beef, pork and lamb, whilst encouraging us to enjoy less widely-used meat such as rabbit and venison. His ingredients are local, mostly inexpensive and easy to find, yet his dishes are often surprising, based on forgotten classics or hailing from distant countries such as Mexico and Morocco. For Valentine, The Good Table starts with good shopping, and he encourages us to not be afraid of buying new ingredients, especially when they are affordable and plentiful. He seeks out sustainable fish, creates luxuries from everyday ingredients such as bread and eggs, and cooks fruit and vegetables when they are in season. Contents Includes... Meat Birds Fish & Shellfish Veg & Foraged Foods Bread, eggs & Cheese Toast as a Vehicle Puddings Drinks

Antarctic Lakes

Author : Johanna Laybourn-Parry
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The Antarctic continent carries the greatest diversity of lake environments on the planet: freshwater and saline lakes, tidal freshwater epishelf lakes, lakes on ice shelves and glacier surfaces, and over three hundred subglacial lakes; extraordinary ecosystems that have been separated from the atmosphere for up to millions of years. This book provides a unique and cutting edge synthesis of Antarctic limnology, drawing together current knowledge on geomorphology, morphometry, chemistry, community structure and function. It emphasises throughout the value of these near-pristine ecosystems as barometers of climate change, showing how responsive and vulnerable they are to the indirect impacts of anthropogenic activity. Antarctic Lakes begins with an introduction to their physical, chemical, and biological characteristics, providing a basis for understanding the subsequent detailed chapters on different lake types, and ends with a chapter considering the application of new technologies to polar limnology as well as identifying future research directions. This accessible text is suitable for both senior undergraduate and graduate students taking courses in Antarctic and polar limnology, and will also be of broad interest to researchers working in the areas of polar science, microbial ecology (and extremophiles), climatology, glaciology, and astrobiology.