Contract notice: conduct of the study "german emigration and remigration
panel study" (gerps)
Tagged turtles observed across years were classified as remigrants, with remigration
intervals representing the number of years between successive nesting events.
Interest in remigration
after 1945 also supports Mayer's caveat that mundane practical realities, together with vying aesthetic and ideological commitments, influenced postwar scholarship.
He also highlighted the success of Estonia's recent strategy towards the new remigration
plan, which is showing positive results.
Abkhazia has agreed with remigration
only partially, for both political and demographic reasons.
Navigating a River by Its Bends: A Comparison of Cambodian Remigration
He made short films on the side--some of them brilliant, like ion's Remigration
, a sci-fi take on gentrification.
What we are losing is their cultural heritage,' he concludes, 'one that could not be replaced even if the global population can support remigration
into the Caribbean.
Instead, in a rather refreshing departure from traditional Schoenberg studies, Calico uses examples of A Survivor's performance and reception history as a lens through which to explore the larger ideas of cultural mobility and remigration
(specifically, "symbolic" or "noncorporeal" remigration
) during the first half of the Cold War.
The complex topography of the Balkan Peninsula, the interaction of several climate influences, and the discontinuous distribution of beech in Bulgaria and Greece, at different altitudes in several well-separated mountain areas, points towards the existence of heterogeneous environmental conditions putatively promoting complex recolonization and remigration
patterns (Hatziskakis & al.
Optimal prevention and management of proximal ureteral stent migration and remigration
Policies aiming at remigration
, rather than immigration, will generate greater political and economic efficiency.