order to reinforce the bank's individual reserves
, supports this view and
Having larger Protected Areas increases the likelihood that ecological integrity will be maintained within individual reserves
. In over 25 years of scientific debate, neither alternative has been decisively shown to be better.
The bill makes room to be replaced when individual reserves
enact their own band council resolutions.
The notes were expected to fetch more than 20,000 pounds at the auction yesterday, with individual reserves
ranging from 200 pounds to 1,500 pounds for each letter.
The negative durations and huge duration figures of some policy reserves do not result in an abnormal portfolio duration because these individual reserves are small.
(5) These durations are important because the policy reserve liability comprises the reserves of policies that are sold at different times and its duration is a weighted average of individual reserve durations.
Later, the Statutory Framework for the World Network of Biosphere Reserves and the Seville Strategy for Biosphere Reserves (UNESCO 2004) were used to clarify and disseminate the purposes and requirements of the network for individual reserves and of the network as a whole.
First, in 1983, Davis and Drake wrote an influential publication entitled Australian Biosphere Reserves: Conserving Ecological Diversity, providing a synthesis and description of the Biosphere Reserve Program and individual reserves in Australia.
In light of this, the purpose of this paper is to examine the individual reserves within their regional context in order to identify priority management issues and, in particular, to identify those that are shared as well as those that differ.
Effective reintroduction initiatives of extirpated species may require an area that is larger than any of the individual reserves (Jordan et al., 1996; Racey et al., 1998).
High connectivity in a reserve network system means that individual reserves
are functionally united into a whole that is greater than the sum of its parts.