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  Migration News
Migration Dialogue promotes an informed discussion of the issues associated with international migration by providing unbiased and timely information on immigration and integration issues.
Migration News, produced with support of the German Marshall Fund of the United States (http://www.gmfus.org/), the John D. and Catherine T. MacAurther Foundation (http://www.macfdn.org) and the Institute of European Studies at the University of California, Berkeley (http://ies.berkeley.edu/), provides a summary and analysis of the most important immigration and integration developments of the preceding quarter.
Rural Migration News, produced with the support of the Farm Foundation (http://www.farmfoundation.org) Giannini Foundation (http://giannini.ucop.edu), W.K. Kellogg Foundation (http://www.wkkf.org) and the Smith Richardson Foundation (http://www.srf.org), provides a summary and analysis of the most important migration-related affecting immigrant farm workers in California and the United States during the preceding quarter.
migration.ucdavis.edu   (304 words)

  
  Migration - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Animals may also migrate to a certain location to breed, as is the case with some fish.
The longest known migration of a bird is that of the Arctic Tern, which migrates from the Arctic to the Antarctic and back each year.
Piercing migration, where a piece of body jewelry, during or after healing, shifts or is rejected by the body.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Migration   (327 words)

  
 Human migration - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Migration and population isolation is one of the four evolutionary forces (along with natural selection, genetic drift, and mutation).
In its natural origins, it includes the separate migrations first of Homo erectus then of Homo sapiens (Homo sapiens sapiens) out of Africa across Eurasia, doubtless using some of the same available land routes north of the Himalayas that were later to become the Silk Road, and across the Strait of Gibraltar.
Since the 14th century, the Serbs started leaving the areas of their medieval Kingdom and Empire that was overrun by the Turks and migrated to the north, to the lands of today's Vojvodina (northern Serbia), which was ruled by the Kingdom of Hungary in that time.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Migration_(human)   (1753 words)

  
 CATHOLIC ENCYCLOPEDIA: Migration
In all such cases of migration en masse the native habitat was forever abandoned, and the migrating tribes, thoroughly equipped, entered a new environment and yielded entirely to new influences.
Such migration means to the emigrants the death of a nation, so far as concerns them, while to their new country it brings a serious modification, the extent of which depends upon the relative virility of the newly added national element.
In the last analysis, migration results when the forces of increasing population and decreasing food supply are not in equilibrium, and it tends to equilibration of forces among societies of men: equilibration of food in relation to population; equilibration of rights as related to authority; equilibration of industrial energy as between labour and capital.
www.newadvent.org /cathen/10291a.htm   (8879 words)

  
 migration
Migration as an enduring theme of human history: migrations in ancient times, the historical past, and the present.
Migration at a variety of scales: local, regional, and international.
Migration is one of the enduring themes of human history.
geog.tamu.edu /sarah/humangeog/migration8.html   (1200 words)

  
 Human migration - Open Encyclopedia   (Site not responding. Last check: )
In its natural origins, it includes the separate migrations first of Homo erectus then of Homo sapiens out of Africa across Eurasia, doubtless using some of the same available land routes north of the Himalayas that were later to become the Silk Road, and across the Strait of Gibraltar.
It is thought that a part of the Homo sapiens population then migrated into the Near East, spreading east to Australasia some 60.000 years ago, northeastwards into Europe and eastwards into Asia some 40.000 years ago, and further east to the Americas ca.
At the end of the Middle Ages, the Gypsies arrived in Europe (to Iberia and the Balkans) from the Middle East, originating from the Indus river.
open-encyclopedia.com /Human_migration   (1145 words)

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