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secondary production

any production (see PRODUCER, PRODUCTIVITY) by organisms which themselves consume organic material. Secondary production results entirely from the resynthesis of organic matter, as distinct from its synthesis from inorganic materials as in PRIMARY PRODUCTION.
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Here, there is a need for external support in the form of grants, loans, and subsidies, in order to create opportunities for sustainable incomes in the primary and secondary production sectors, to empower local self-help groups, to stimulate infrastructure development like river diversion schemes and small dams, and to enhance social programs in education, health and family planning.
46] is right when he says that "Slavery requires all hands to be occupied at all times" it must be understood as a reallocation between primary and secondary production. However, it is not necessarily the case that production effort continue at the same level.
Additional important chapters relating directly to fisheries resources are presented in section II, Biology," which is subdivided into "Phytoplankton, Primary Production, and Microbiology" and Zoology and Secondary Production." Most of the chapters here would be of at least some, if not considerable interest to fisheries professionals.
Total refined copper production increased by around 7% or 1.5 million mt to 22.6 million mt in 2014 compared with refined production in 2013: primary production was up by around 8% and secondary production (from scrap) increased by 1%.
THERMAL EOR MARKET 2015-2025 EOR technologies are used to increase the amount of oil extracted from an oil field after the primary and secondary production stages.
According to the Deloitte publication, the downstream aluminum industry within the GCC can be said to be underdeveloped, and therefore ripe for investment, with an estimated 20 per cent of locally produced primary aluminium is consumed within the GCC and 50 per cent of locally utilised aluminum is processed further in secondary production and exported to international markets.
In total, abundant forest resources and a skilled workforce in the secondary wood product industry in combination with efforts to foster competitiveness could help the region recover production and employment lost during the housing downturn and longer term loss of secondary production to other countries.
The Company says it continues to assess options for a potential secondary production process of lower grade tailings using bioleaching.Source:ABN http://www.abnnewswire.netCopyright (C) 2009 ABN Newswire.
To integrate these life history data, we calculated rates of secondary production at each site, which combines in a single measure life history parameters like density, biomass, individual growth, development time, recruitment, and mortality (Benke 1993, Taylor 1998).
SPAPS can also reduce molding time and labor costs associated with secondary production operations.
Abstract: Secondary production, density and biomass fluctuations, and some reproducfive aspects of the rotifer Brachionus plicatilis were studied weekly for two years in a Brazilian coastal lagoon.
Lead 1,900 1,100 1,100 Zinc 31,100 25,000 23,900 Gold 2.6 3 4.2 Silver 21.1 19.5 22.1 Uranium 3,430 3,412 2,800 Metals (in kt) (primary and secondary production)

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