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  Value of Earth - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
In economics, value of Earth is the ultimate in ecosystem valuation, and important to value of life calculations.
Estimate the value of life for everything that lives on it, and assign the Earth, as a necessary component and home for that life, the natural capital on which individual capital thrives, at least this much value.
One way around this is to simply declare the Earth priceless or to be exactly and only as valuable as all financial capital in circulation.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Value_of_Earth   (987 words)

Since the SIN of 90 is 1, earth vorticity (earth spin) is equal to the value of earth's angular momentum at the pole.
The value of earth vorticity at 45 degrees north is equal to F=2*(omega)*SIN(45) = 10.312*10^-5 rad/s.
The numerical value for a 10 degree cyclonic spin is = 10*0.01745 = 0.1745.
www.theweatherprediction.com /habyhints/194   (695 words)

 The Earth Element.
Earth corresponds to all twelve earthly branches, and its "season" is the last eighteen days of each of the four seasons, the time of seasonal transition.
Earth's tri-gram is three broken lines because the earth is open and receptive to rain, sun, and other natural forces.
Stomach illness and earth imbalance are indicated as deep sagging facial lines from the base of the nose to the outer corners of the lip.
ttgarden.homestead.com /Earth.html   (356 words)

 Value of Earth -- Facts, Info, and Encyclopedia article   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
As one might expect, these all produce quite high values for the entire Earth, usually at least in the hundreds of quadrillions of (Click link for more info and facts about US dollar) US dollars.
One way around this is to simply declare the Earth (Click link for more info and facts about priceless) priceless or to be exactly and only as valuable as all (Click link for more info and facts about financial capital) financial capital in circulation.
So, any calculation based on costs of replacing ecosystems tends to lead to a calculation based on costs of protecting ecosystems so that their yield can be controlled - but only at the tail end of the process, when it is too late to replace them.
www.absoluteastronomy.com /encyclopedia/v/va/value_of_Earth.htm   (987 words)

 The sky's the limit
That, at least, is the average annual value of "natural capital" and the services provided by the world's ecosystems, says Costanza whose calculations were published in the May 15 issue of the journal Nature.
It was arrived at by calculating the economic value of a set of ecosystem services -- the production of breathable air, potable water and food, and the assimilation of wastes -- across a range of ecosystems, from forests and oceans to lakes and mountains.
Their aim, they say, is twofold: to couch the value of ecosystem services in terms policy makers like those meeting in Kyoto can understand, and to stimulate debate, perhaps the study's only sure outcome.
whyfiles.org /shorties/cost_nature.html   (365 words)

 Biosphere 2 - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
An interesting consequence of the experiment is that it showed the difficulty of copying the functions of the natural capital of the evolved Earth biosphere with infrastructural capital constructed by humans with present technology.
The frame and glazing materials were designed and made to specification by a firm run by a one-time student of Buckminster Fuller, Peter Pearce (Peter Pearce and Associates).
Some economists have used the price of the Biosphere 2 project as an input to value of life, calculations, and attempts to calculate the total value of all natural capital on Earth (see also: value of Earth).
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Biosphere_2   (663 words)

 Framework for earth systems education
The beauty and value of Earth are expressed by and for people through literature and the arts.
Earth is vulnerable, and its resources are limited and susceptible to overuse or misuse.
Earth is a small planet, third from the Sun in the only system of planets definitely known to exist.
www.ag.ohio-state.edu /~earthsys/framework.html   (816 words)

 Value of Earth: Definition and Links by Encyclopedian.com - All about Value of Earth   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
An alternative to this is to place the value of earth in terms of the replacement cost of its biosystems.
To put this into perspective, assuming the total value of the world's GDP is
From the above Earth Value calculation we can estimate the cost of cutting a tree or taking a single fish from the ocean if their is evidence that that resource element will not be replaced.
www.encyclopedian.com /va/Value-of-Earth.html   (791 words)

 Earth Day
She surveyed their plans for Earth Day activities and asked for comments on the political or educational nature of Earth Day.
While the survey revealed general agreement on the value of Earth Day reinforcing the importance of environmental education, there was considerable difference of opinion among the environmental groups on other issues.
Earth Day began in 1970 as an idealistic concept from the mind of Senator Gaylord Nelson.
www.accessexcellence.org /WN/SUA12/eday498.html   (827 words)

 aug272000   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
Recent geological studies are suggesting that at least part of Earth's supply of oil, diamonds, copper, nickel, and gold came from leftovers of our solar system's formation, brought into the terrestrial mix by asteroids, meteorites, and comets.
Among Haggerty's evidence for the primordial source of diamonds is the pre-plant age of the gems and the similarity of their particular brand of carbon to that found in meteorites.
Long after the Earth formed it was bombarded with leftovers from the formation of the solar system, the same materials that went into our planet in the first place.
www.cc.ysu.edu /physics-astro/column/aug272000.html   (867 words)

 English Nature Pilot Ph   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
Earth heritage conservation is the branch of conservation that is concerned with sustaining those physical resources of the Earth that best represent our geological and geomorphological heritage.
Earth heritage conservation in Great Britain (also known as "Earth Science Conservation" and often simply as "Geological Conservation") involves the recognition, protection and management of those sites identified as scientifically important for geological reasons (including rocks, minerals and fossils), together with important geomorphological sites (including landforms and processes) (Glasser, 2001).
Various Earth heritage sites will be identified to provide case study evidence of the range of value categories of Earth heritage including human and ecosystem values.
www.irs.aber.ac.uk /studentships/EHparticulars.shtml   (1529 words)

 Gor on Earth: Measuring One's Value
Value is not determined by slaves, rather, it is the free who determine how valuable we are to them at that moment.
But no slave is guaranteed to be found valuable to the free, and no slave is immune to being found lacking, no matter how or who she has pleased in the past.
That does not mean girls who have served for years are valued more or that a girl who is a first girl knows all there is to know.
www.gor-on-earth.com /value.htm   (783 words)

 Earth Design 2000
Earth Design 2000 is an inquiry-based program that motivates students to use the scientific method to design and construct a project or invention that can protect the earth’s environment.
Her work has been featured in several publications, and she has lectured citywide and at national conferences on the value of incorporating architecture and computer-aided design into middle school science and mathematics programs.
Earth Design 2000 encourages students to design inventions that emulate professional scientists by using the scientific method.
www.teachersnetwork.org /impactii/profiles00_01/gampel.htm   (400 words)

 Columbia Earth Institute -- News   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
For example, the antibiotic penicillin is derived from a type of mold, the cancer drug taxol comes from the bark of the Pacific and Himalayan yew tree, and any number of medications are derived from the venom of snakes, spiders and frogs.
It concluded that the potential value of any given increment of genetic resources was unlikely to be large enough to create a significant financial conservation incentive.
The reasoning behind this conclusion was that, given the enormous number of species on earth, the probable potential value of any one is insignificant.
www.earthinstitute.columbia.edu /news/story0_3.html   (962 words)

 From the DUST of the earth - The value of each earth color for painting flesh tones | Daniel Smith Art Supplies
Terre Ercolano is a brilliant red Italian earth that is superb for mixing flesh tones-and for glazing the pinkish areas such as the cheeks and lips.
English Red Earth is a deep Umber-like brown with a purple cast that-when mixed with Burgundy Yellow Ochre-yields a medium-dark bronze flesh tone.
When earth pigments are marketed in their original form, just the way they come out of the ground, they are often said to be "raw" or "natural." If they have first been roasted in ovens, they become redder in hue and are said to be "burnt."
www.danielsmith.com /learn/inksmith/200404a   (1508 words)

 Creation Science and the Earth's Magnetic Field
It is supposed to be related to hypothetical movements of fluid in the core of the earth.
They made use of the (now known) fact that the Earth's inner core rotates out of sync with the rest of the planet [11a], and included this effect in their detailed model of the geodynamo.
Finally, others have shown that the evident rapid reversals described by Coe and Prevot may be explained by processes not related directly to those in the Earth's core [27b], but rather by magnetic storm effects that may become significant at the surface of the Earth during a reversal, when the dipole field is relatively weak.
www.talkorigins.org /faqs/magfields.html   (8044 words)

 EARTH-Value of feather meal in a molasses-based liquid supplement fed to yearling cattle consuming a forage diet. -- p. ...
Value of feather meal in a molasses-based liquid supplement fed to yearling cattle consuming a forage diet.
Ruminal N escape values (measured in situ) for FM, ring-dried blood meal, cottonseed meal, and soybean meal approximated reported values.
Ruminal N escape value for catfish meal was lower than values reported for other fish meals.
www.metabase.net /docs/earth/20356.html   (403 words)

 Earth to Body
Earth to Body is located on both the East and West coasts of Canada.
Earth To Body products are carefully blended to moisturize, revitalize, soften and heal the skin.
The therapeutic value of Earth To Body natural cosmetics and skin care products with their anti-bacterial, anti-inflammatory, anti-microbial and astringent qualities cannot be overemphasized in relationship to commercial synthetic cosmetics.
www.earthtobody.ca /about.cfm   (104 words)

 Soil mechanics engineering - Thermal resistance (R value) of earth
As I recall, the "R" values represent the insulating value of a given thickness of granite; i.e.
an R value of 19 is equivalent to 19 inches of solid granite.
Typical R-value for earth is 0.25 per inch; however, the thermal character of the soil mass is quite different than that of material designed and used primarily for heat transfer resistance (R-value) like polystyrene or fiberglass.
www.eng-tips.com /gviewthread.cfm/lev2/0/lev3/0/pid/486/qid/74627   (882 words)

 Between Sundays: What makes something religious?
For instance, if I say “I value the earth as the source of life,” the earth is an example of something I value.
(Write “earth is the source of life” in the belief column.) What are some things I might do as a person who believes the earth is a source of life and who values the earth?
(Write “planting” in the practices column.) In other words, “I believe the earth is the source of life; I value the earth, therefore I practice care of the earth.” Here’s another example: I believe that God is a loving force in the world.
www.uua.org /clf/betweensundays/middlechildhood/religious2.html   (399 words)

 The Post Money Value: Virtual Earth = Another Free Microsoft Lesson
There is no place in Virtual Earth or the developer site, or the blogs, etc, where there is a list of what's coming and a place to sign up for notification when the feature I'm looking for is available.
The Novelty of Google Earth hasn't worn off yet, and now we have a contender: MSN Virtual Earth.
Thanks for confirming my sanity with respect to the limitations of MSN Virtual Earth; as you know I was involved in a "Local Search" product a few years ago (that ironically was acquired by MapPoint); it gave me lots of feature reference points to look for in "Local Search" tools.
ricksegal.typepad.com /pmv/2005/07/virtual_earth_a.html   (1021 words)

 `e' value for earth's atmosphere   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
Earth's e value can be derived from the model equation:
: e factor for Earth's greenhouse effect : : In response to the simple mathematical model of the greenhouse effect : showing an amplification factor in temperature of 1.19 for a perfect : longwave absorber (e=1), Neil asked what the e value for Earth's : atmosphere was.
: : Earth's e value can be derived from the model equation: : : T = [ 2I/sigma(2-e) ] ^1/4 : : given that the earth's average temperature is 288K (15C).
hdgc.epp.cmu.edu /eppclass/wwwboard/messages/26.html   (196 words)

 Columbia News ::: "Bioprospecting" Could Fuel Economic Incentives For Biological Conservation   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
Properly regulated, the potential economic value of Earth's genetic resources could fuel viable, market-driven incentives to conserve biodiversity, according to Columbia Earth Institute and Business School economist Arthur Small.
The rampant conversion of irreplaceable rain forest to cropland that loses its productivity after only a few years is one obvious example of this unsustainable economic practice.
It assumed an equally tiny possibility of a valuable find from all biological sources, and characterized the search process itself as one of "brute-force testing unaided by any organizing scientific framework" -- in other words, random luck.
www.columbia.edu /cu/news/00/02/bioProspecting.html   (965 words)

 Inherent Value - Honoring the Earth Retreat
This retreat is devoted to exploring Earth-based Authentic Connections, those found in our relationship with the earth, wildlife, flora, and elements.
Please join us on this path of discovery as we explore the earth, and ourselves, and take into our daily lives a sense of renewed peace and gratitude.
If you may be interested in attending when it is re-scheduled, please contact us at info@InherentValue.org and we will notify you of the date and location.
www.inherentvalue.org /ret_03.htm   (288 words)

 Electric power engineering - Acceptable value for earth resistan
When measuring the resistance of the large earth electrode (earth mat) what is the acceptable values depending on soil resistivity.I also want to know the relevant SABS code that can be kept as reference for future earthing practise in my company.Please coment on the best methods I can use to measure earth resistance on substations.
Having performed this very function/testing and consulting in the past I would suggest that you approach the problem by looking at the potential rise of the ground mat under various fault conditions and not the resistivity of the earth/soil you are dealing with.
Providing ohm values as guideline values for earth grid safety ignores basic safety issues and is irresponsible.
www.eng-tips.com /viewthread.cfm?qid=46082   (622 words)

 Land Resources: Costing the earth: The economic value of land resources
Economic values are needed for analysis of soil and other land conservation projects, for estimating the loss to society caused by land degradation, and for national environmental accounting.
Above all, the practice of discounting, as employed in cost-benefit analysis, grossly underestimates future option values, the value of resources for use in the future.
Assigning a value to land resources equal to their productive potential for at least 500 years, which virtually amounts to a sustainability constraint, would help to remedy this iniquitous situation.
www.uea.ac.uk /env/landresources/economics.html   (302 words)

 From the Earth to the Moon, via cannon
In his 1865 novel From the Earth to the Moon, he proposed firing three astronauts and their two dogs from a giant cannon to the Moon.
We use the known facts that the radius of the Earth is 3960 miles and the acceleration of gravity at the Earth's surface is 32.2 feet per second per second.
This involves making a table of values of air density at different altitudes, which will be placed in a different area from our main simulation table.
www.cs.uga.edu /~dme/csci1210/LecNotes/Sept6.html   (947 words)

 Counter Force, Counter Value, Counter Earth
With the end of the Cold War and the retreat by former superpowers from resorting to proxy wars (using other countries as stand-ins, such as North and South Vietnam, North and South Korea, East and West Germany, etc.), a new strategy seems to have emerged — counterEarth.
The use of drift nets trapping anything that crosses their paths or the indiscriminant use of mercury in the search for gold in the Amazon rainforests are examples of counterEarth activities.
Photograph of a watercolor drawn by a Kuwaiti child of the 1991 Kuwait oil fires, exhibited at the Earth Summit held in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, in June 1992.
www.fragilecologies.com /mar10_94.html   (836 words)

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