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  Migrations - Hutchinson encyclopedia article about Migrations
Species migration is the spread of the home range of a species over many years, for example the spread of the collared dove (Streptopelia decaocto) from Turkey to Britain over the period 1920–52.
Migrations may be temporary (for example, holidaymakers), seasonal (transhumance), or permanent (people moving to cities to find employment).
It can lower the birth rate or increase the average age of the population, ease unemployment or cause a shortage of workers, cause an influx of new skills that are brought back or a loss of the more skilled and highly educated.
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 Völkerwanderung - Biocrawler
The German term Völkerwanderung ['fœlkər"vandərʊŋ] ("the migration of peoples"), is used in historiography as an alternate label for the "Migrations Period", of Germanic, Slavic and other tribes on the European continent during the period AD 300–900.
They saw these migrations as a contributing factor leading to the break-up of the Roman Empire, in which they attributed moral factors, contrasting vigorous and manly Germanic kultur with a decadent and slothful civilizazion.
Other migrations that happened later in the history of Europe generally did not give rise to new states (except for Turkey, for example) and comprised mainly temporary invasions.
www.biocrawler.com /encyclopedia/Migrations_Period   (354 words)

  
 Human migration - WebArticles.com
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 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.
Western historians refer to the period of migrations that separated Antiquity from the Middle Ages in Europe as the Great Migrations or as the Migrations Period.
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 ZFIN Pharyngula Period Description
With the rapid cerebellar morphogenesis of the metencephalon (Fig.
During most of the period, until about 40 h, the most precise staging method, and the most difficult, depends on using Nomarski optics to locate the leading tip of the migrating portion of the posterior lateral line primordium, as it moves steadily along the length of the trunk and tail (Fig.
The method is tedious, and the migrations of the primordia on both sides of a single embryo are not always synchronous.
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 Middle Ages
The period saw major technological advances, including the invention of cannons, spectacles, and artesian wells; and the cross-cultural introduction of gunpowder, silk, the compass, and the astrolabe from the east.
Indeed, throughout this period the Byzantine Empire was in decline, having peaked in influence during the Early Middle Ages.
The pre-westernization period in the history of Japan is sometimes referred to as medieval.
www.brainyencyclopedia.com /encyclopedia/m/mi/middle_ages.html   (4420 words)

  
 Phrygian Period in Anatolia
Generally agreed that the Phrygians were among those migrating peoples known as "Sea Peoples" who destroyed the Hittite Empire that was already weakened by the Kashka people from the north.
Later in the Hellenistic period, Phrygian lands were settled by Galatians, a tribe from eastern Europe, and renamed as Galatia, nevertheless this territory was, for a long time, known as Phrygia even later in the Hellenistic times.
Cimmerian invasion lasted for 80 years, and this period of 80 years in Anatolia was known as a period of terror and fear.
www.ancientanatolia.com /historical/phrygian_period.htm   (916 words)

  
 Human migration Summary
In December 2003 The Global Commission on International Migration (GCIM) was launched with the support of Kofi Annan and several countries, with an independent 19-member Commission, threefold mandate and a finite life-span, ending December 2005.
First Homo erectus migrated out of Africa across Eurasia, beginning about one million years ago, no doubt 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.
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 Introduction
At worst, the period is regarded as a cultural setback from the high point of classical culture in Greece and Rome, an often poor and superstitious descendant of that culture.
This early period, which saw the same types of migrations and multiculturalism as the classical and prehistoric periods, is the story of the introduction of a standard cultural form and its consequent social structure on the various peoples of Europe.
In the late medieval histories of Europe concerning the classical period, the various figures and stories of central and northern Europe from the classical period, such as the stories of Arthur or Atilla, are all recast to conform to the European social and religious practices of the time.
www.wsu.edu:8080 /~dee/MA/INTRO.HTM   (1568 words)

  
 Free Email Migrations - The Basics?   (Site not responding. Last check: )
A light switch migration focuses on achieving a speedy migration of mailboxes to the new system, in effect flipping a switch whereby one day users are utilizing the legacy email system and the next they are utilizing the new email system.
The dual migration strategy’s purpose is to shrink the amount of time it takes to perform mailbox migrations during the critical deployment time period by reducing the amount of data that must be migrated during that time.
Using this strategy, the Standard migration process is changed considerably such that each mailbox is actually touched twice, once to migrate a limited amount of mailbox data and again to migrate the balance of mailbox data.
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 CATHOLIC ENCYCLOPEDIA: Middle Ages
A term commonly used to designate that period of European history between the fall of the Roman Empire and about the middle of the fifteenth century.
Any hard and fast line drawn to designate either the beginning or close of the period in question is arbitrary.
The widest limits given, viz., the irruption of the Visigoths over the boundaries of the Roman Empire, for the beginning, and the middle of the sixteenth century, for the close, may be taken as inclusively sufficient, and embrace, beyond dispute, every movement or phase of history that can be claimed as properly belonging to the
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 E-Books : Transylvania, A Short History: 3: The Period of the Great Migrations - Historical Text Archive
The Goth period of Transylvania was a period of destruction.
Before the Huns, responsible for the largest migrations of peoples of these times, could themselves take over the reign of this area, there was an interlude of several events associated with the Gepids.
During this period, the Dacians and other splinter groups, who retreated behind the Roman borders, were forced to move further west-southwest from the Carpathians.
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 International Migrations
The single largest contributors to the Great Migrations were the European states on the Mediterranean littoral, Germany, the Austrian Hapsburg empire, and the Russian Empire, while by far the largest net recipients were in South America.
The population growth of the prosperous Argentine Republic was mostly drawn from the incredible rate of immigration: One-third of the German emigration, half of the Spanish emigration, one-third of the Italian emigration, and half of the total Russian and Austrian emigration permanently settled in Argentina.
The settlement of French Guyana in the 1850-1910 period by almost a million and a half Afro-Brazilians, French Antilleans, and French West Africans was also historically significant.
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In the least friendly assessm ents of the European Middle Ages, the period is a kind of holding pattern, a temporary bathroom break on the way to the revival of classical culture in the fourteenth century.
This early period, which saw the same types of migrations and multiculturalism as the classical and prehistoric periods, is the story of the introduction of a standard cultural form and its consequent social structure on the various peoples of Eu rope.
The period of Celtic dominance in Europe began to unravel in the first centuries AD, with the expansion of Rome, the migrations of the Germans, and later the influx of an Asian immigrant population, the Huns.
www.wsu.edu /~dee/TEXT/middleages.rtf   (22456 words)

  
 4. Population Trends and Migrations. 2001. The Encyclopedia of World History
A concerted international approach to population issues was hampered, however, by the opposition of the Catholic Church and, under Republican administrations, of the United States; these factors limited United Nations action by the 1980s.
Most birth control policies were national; they varied by region and time period (China's policy changed several times) and also varied in effectiveness.
A rough periodization described the new international migration patterns.
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It remained worthwhile to encourage and protect new immigrants, and it was not until the period from 1910 to the Great Depression that this system of regulation became significantly restrictive.
Not all these bills were passed, but deportation of immigrants was especially common during this period, not only if they were becoming a financial drain on the state, but also if their political or ideological beliefs were considered subversive.
War and unrest caused notable internal migrations, pushing people from regions of strife to calmer areas, or from the countryside to urban environments.
www.ucalgary.ca /applied_history/tutor/migrations/six1b.html   (1042 words)

  
 2 Analyzing the Time-Stability of Transition Probabilities
For correlated migrations the estimated standard deviation is computed analogously to (9).
In order to illustrate the testing procedures presented in Section 2.2 in the following the hypothesis is tested that the data from the three periods came from the same theoretical transition probabilities.
Clearly, from the construction of the three periods we may expect, that the test rejects the null hypothesis.
www.stat.nus.edu.sg /mirror/xplore/tutorials/ratingmigrationsnode3.html   (673 words)

  
 volkerwanderung
The Migration Period, also called Barbarian Invasions or Völkerwanderung, is a name given by historians to a human migration which occurred within the period of roughly AD 300–700 in Europe[1], marking the transition from Late Antiquity to the Early Middle Ages.The migration included the Goths, Vandals, and Franks, among other Germanic, Bulgar and Slavic tribes.
The migration may have been triggered by the incursions of the Huns, in turn connected to the Turkic migration in Central Asia, population pressures, or climate changes.Migrations would continue well beyond 1000 AD, successive waves of Slavs, Alans, Avars, Bulgars, Hungarians, Pechenegs, Cumans, and Tatars radically changing the ethnic makeup of Eastern Europe.
migration movement may be divided into two phases; the first phase, between AD 300 and 500, largely seen from the Mediterranean perspective, put Germanic peoples in control of most areas of the former Western Roman Empire.
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Indentured labour was the practice of binding individual workers to a set term of service in a specific country for any employer who would purchase his or her contract of indenture.
The contractual agreement under which an individual migrated could be established either by the governments of respective countries or between private organisations within those countries, although these arrangements were often subject to government scrutiny.
This first period of European indentured labour had ended by the early nineteenth century, however the abolition of slavery within the next few decades by European countries created a labour shortage in most of their overseas colonies, and planters looked primarily to Asia to fill the gap.
www.ucalgary.ca /applied_history/tutor/migrations/home5.html   (303 words)

  
 The Settlement of Polynesia, Part 2
One solution to overcrowding was migration to marginal areas of the inhabited island, or to a new island.
Cultural instability is attested to in a wealth of traditions on tribal warfare, which is known to have resulted in famines, the emergence of cannibalism, and the widespread destruction of image ahu...Ecological and archaeological data suggest man-induced environmental change as an explanation for cultural decadence.
Individuals and groups still migrate, but if we look at the earth as an island in space (size is relative to the balance between resources and population), then people are just moving from one part of the island to another.
pvs.kcc.hawaii.edu /migrationspart2.html   (1746 words)

  
 Host
Migrations have always been one of the most important cultural factors bringing about social change in the whole regions or even continents.
Recently different types of migrations have come into being and have intensified but there seems to be only one direction: from poorer countries and continents to richer ones.
Regardless of the type of migration which dominates in a given country and its structure and regardless the extent to which people of a country take part in migration movements to other countries, migrations are phenomena whose impact cannot be underestimated due to their size but first of all because of social and cultural consequences.
www.ecsanet.org /conferences/ecsaworld3/sokolewicz.htm   (4915 words)

  
 Indian5
This Paleo~Indian Period stretched from the earliest migrations by Asiatic peoples onto this continent (by way of the Bering Strait land bridge) until the end of the Wisconsin Glaciation, or about the year 8000 BC.
The Protoarchaic stage was a period of greater diversification.
Although the wooden portion of the weapons did not survive over the centuries, the shape and lightness of the points would indicate that they were actually used as arrows to be shot from a bow rather than as the point of a hand thrown spear.
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 The Polynesians and Their Migrations, by Alfred Russel Wallace
His evidence to prove this is of two kinds:--first, he endeavours to show that a migration has taken place; secondly, that the Polynesians are in their physical, mental, and moral characteristics, a true Malayan race.
So far we have the strongest corroboration of there having actually been a migration in the fact of the community of language, and all the legends of these migrations speak of them as having been made by simple men, the natural ancestors of the existing Polynesians.
And even the direct evidence of migration having been generally from the west, is by no means so clear as M. Quatrefages appears to believe; for one of the latest authorities on the subject, Mr.
www.wku.edu /%7Esmithch/wallace/S131.htm   (1988 words)

  
 Home - Newcastle Institute for the Arts, Social Sciences and Humanities - University of Newcastle
The numerous 're-assessments' of the migrations of this period have obscured the fact that mobility has been an essential part of human history, and that migrations offer fascinating opportunities for the study of fashionable (agency, identity) as well as traditional (origins, numbers) issues.
The renewed scholarly interest in migrations in the last couple of years, partly stimulated by results of DNA analysis, is beginning to address these issues.
This paper will summarize the changes in perspectives on migrations, and then suggest a number a key issues or questions on early medieval migrations which DNA studies might be able to contribute to.
www.ncl.ac.uk /niassh/dna/harke.htm   (224 words)

  
 BS Foundations chapter 6
As we have seen, the period from the third century onwards was marked by a significant transformation of the Roman world.
The period of migrations and invasions destabilized existing social patterns, even for people who did not undertake mass migrations.
During the period of Merovingian rule, the role of God became twofold: that of the God of Battles and as an almost magical force which had to be furthered for the safety of the realm.
www.oglethorpe.edu /faculty/~b_smith/ou/bs_foundations_chapter6.htm   (18106 words)

  
 Carl K. Savich - The Kosovo Crisis: Origins and History
During the pre-historic period, the Balkan Peninsula was settled by tribes speaking dialects of the Indo-European language groups.
According to Batakovic, "the great migration of the Serbs in 1690 was a major turning point in the history of the Serbian nation." Many Kosovo towns were deserted and depopulated which Albanian tribes from the Malisor highlands settled.
The migrations are ascribed to the process of "overall economic growth" and the "relative lag in economic development." The second interpretation was that the Kosovo Serbs were being driven out by Albanian separatists and by the policies of the Albanian authorities who ruled Kosovo when it achieved de facto republic status.
www.snd-us.com /history/savich_kosovo-origins.htm   (13446 words)

  
 extended stay hotel baltimore
Models of migration to the New WorldThere are two main models for the history of the first settlement of the Americas.
This period is further divided into two first phase, from 300 to 500 AD, saw the movement of Germanic and other tribes and ended with the settlement of these peoples in the areas of the former Western Roman Empire, essentially causing its demise.
This permanent migration was relatively small however and was one of the reasons why the Crusaders eventually lost the their hold on the Holy the 14th century, German military colonists settled the Baltic region, becoming a ruling elite.
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 The Kosovo Crisis: Origins and History | Carl Savich | Columns | Serbianna.com
The Austrian-Turkish wars led to the Great Migration of 1689-90, when thousands of Serbian families were forced to abandon their homes and villages in Kosovo and leave the province.This migration pattern will be examined because it explains why the demographic changes occurred in Kosovo.
The Serbs had earlier migrated from the north and north-east region of the Black Sea.After the 586 siege of Thessaloniki, Slavic groups settled the Praevalitana and the region south of the Shkumbi river where Slavic place-names predominate.
InÝThe Migration of Serbs and Montenegrins from Kosovo and Metohija: Results ofthe Survey Conducted in 1985-86, by Ruza Petrovic and Marina Blagojevic, the conclusion is that of 103,000 Serbs and Montenegrins that migrated out of Kosovo, 17% migrated prior to 1961, while 83% migrated during the ìtwo critical decadesî of the 1960s and 1970s.
www.serbianna.com /columns/savich/011.shtml   (10230 words)

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