Thus, basic Dublin Core records about each OAI repository contained in the registry can be harvested
via the OAI-PMH.
These companies are pressured to research where their paper products came from and how they were harvested
, says McDonell.
Nontimber products that are harvested
yearly, products such as mushrooms, floral items, and medicinals, are a significant source of income.
Forest Service, which was writing permits for collecting the bark, had no idea how much yew the national forests contain or how much can be harvested
without endangering the tree.
Although old-growth logs are not exported directly from National Forests, log exports have a profound effect on the market in which old-growth logs are harvested
and all others similarly situated, whose family members' or loved ones' bodies were illegally harvested
of tissue and bone for use in human transplants.
fruit will be distributed to all the major Bay Area Food Banks: Second Harvest Food Bank (serves Santa Clara, San Mateo & Santa Cruz Counties), San Francisco Food Bank and Alameda County Community Food Bank.
7 billion board feet were harvested
in California in 2004, up from 1.
Once exposed, these e-mail lists are quickly harvested
Pinot Noir and Chardonnay grapes used in the production of sparkling wine are traditionally harvested
at lower sugar levels than those used to create still wine.
66 billion board feet was harvested
in California in 2003 -- compared to 4.
vessels from the leg or the arm are used to bypass blocked coronary arteries and restore blood flow in the more than 650,000 coronary artery bypass surgeries performed worldwide each year.