This is largely down to Professor Seeland
(Sebastian Koch), a gynecologist who is charged with administering the sterilisation, and ultimately the extermination, of the disabled and mentally ill - anyone deemed a threat to the purity of Aryan genetics.
Further, exercising in verdant green spaces was equated with positivity and a greater sense of restoration (Hansmann, Hug, & Seeland
, and collaborators (Eds.), Forests, trees and human health.
Esta mesma tendencia foi observada na India, onde os incendios florestais ocorrem principalmente de fevereiro a abril (SCHMERBECK; KOHLI; SEELAND
, 2015); em Nova York com mais de 60% dos incendios florestais ocorrendo na primavera (abril e maio) (IRLAND, 2013); e na Alemanha, Holsten et al.
These changing attitudes to NWFPs in Europe were identified by Seeland
and Staniszewski (2007) as involving a differentiation between traditionally collected products and new trend products that are stylish through association with modern lifestyles and new urban identities.
Nilsson, K., Sangster, M., Gallis, C., Hartig, T., de Vries, S., Seeland
, K., & Schipperijn, J.
(6.) Muller P, Pfeiffer P, Koglin J, Schafers HJ, Seeland
U, Janzen I, et al.
During the 1980s and 1990s, the presence of bear skin remains was first associated with wealth and status, as phalanges have been found, for example, in the Kings' mound in Uppsala, Sweden (Petre 1980, 8 f.), in the princely tomb near Varpelev on southern Seeland
, Denmark, and in Welwyn Garden City, one of the wealthiest Iron Age burials found in Britain (Powers 1967; Schonfelder 1994, 217).
(1) Leibniz Institute of Plant Genetics and Crop Plant Research (IPK), Corrensstrasse 3, Gatersleben, 06466 Stadt Seeland
Becker H, Muller-Vahl KR, Seeland
I, Gielsdorf D, Schedlowski M, Emrich
M.; Hartig, T.; Hansmann, R.; Seeland
, K.; Hornung, R.