Stealing Shining Rivers: Agrarian Conflict, Market Logic,

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Sassafras oil is obtained from the roots and is used in carbonated beverages, teas, medicines and perfumes. The decrease in recycling behavior is consistent with desensitization findings in the realm of violent media. For more rapid large-area comparisons, remote-sensing techniques are preferred, but only some tree species are identifiable from satellite images (e.g., Carleer and Wolfe 2004, Clark et al. 2005); most species require aerial photography, LiDAR, or ground surveys for identification.

Pages: 224

Publisher: University of Arizona Press; 2 edition (December 6, 2012)

ISBN: 0816505926

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