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    Iranian Natural Resources

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    such as fuzzy logic (Ercanoglu & Gokceoglu 2002; Kanungo et al. 2008; Pradhan 2010, 2011; Pourghasemi et al. 2012; Regmi et al. 2013; Zhu et al. 2014(, artificial neural networks (Ermini et al. 2005; Kanungo et al. 2006; Melchiorre et al. 2008; Yilmaz 2009, 2010; Pradhan & lee 2010; Poudyal et al. 2010; Pradhan & Buchroithner 2010; Zare et al. 2012; Tien Bui et al. 2012; Salarian et al. 2014; Conforti et al. 2014), support vector machines (Yao et al. 2008; Tien Bui et al. 2012; Pourghasemi et al., 2013; Kavzoglu et al. 2014; Peng et al. 2014; Hong et al. 2015), neuro-fuzzy (Vahidnia et al. 2010; Sezer et al. 2011; Oh & Pradhan. 2011; Pradhan 2012; Tien Bui et al. 2012), and data mining techniques such as random forest, boosted regression tree, classification and regression…

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    as “Correlation-Based Feature Selection” [] “Information Gain Correlation”, “Wrapper Subset Evaluation”[] , “Recursive Elimination of Features” [] , “Consistency-Based Subset Evaluation” [] .The outcomes help the researchers to select the most appropriate method for attribute selection. Some of the methods are time consuming and their performance is highly dependent on the characteristics of the data. Therefore there isn’t any method that outperforms the others and analysis need to be made for…

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    “The role of an organizational culture can be related to the roots of a tree. Like tree roots, organizational culture provides life and a healthy platform for performance of an organization. It also provides provide stability and nourishment for organizations.” The Functions of Organisation culture that Brinker International may encounter includes the following: 1. The first function of culture is that it has a Boundary-Defining role which means that culture helps to create distinctions between…

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    someone they aren 't and impact their whole life. For the population of children who are denied education for money reasons, this causes another problem. Taking a child’s education away from them is not right and can affect them later in life. Starting school later in life or dropping out and being put back in can cause a child to be behind their classmates and develop at a slower pace. A child should be in school learning. An article about a Head Start Program for children states, The Head…

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    What Are Monocultures?

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    4 Monocultures 4.1 Development of monocultures Many studies have identified that majority of the world plantations are monocultures, consisting of a small number of common and widespread tree genera, such as Eucalyptus, Pinus, Acacia, Tectona, Picea, Pseudotsuga, Swietenia and Gmelina (Kelty, 2006; Piotto, 2008; Richards et al., 2010; Alem et al., 2015). Monocultures have been developed for a long time. According to Nichols et al. (2006), the earliest recorded monoculture dated back to 1368,…

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    Discovery of Ginkgo Biloba Ginkgo biloba or the Maidenhair Tree is a totally unique tree. It is the only surviving member of the Ginkgoaceae family and has no living relatives, making it to be completely isolated from the rest of the Plant Kingdom. To get a true sense of how isolated Ginkgo biloba is, this quote from http://www.kew.org/science-conservation/plants-fungi/ginkgo-biloba sums up its situation quite well, “Ginkgo biloba is the only member of its genus, which is the only genus in its…

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    One fall day, on a cool, crisp morning it was quiet enough to hear an acorn fall from the trees, making a soft plunk plunk sound on a nearby leaf. My family and I journeyed out into the deep muddy woods that was sparkling from the way the sun was hitting the fresh dew. The sun was reflecting off our Ranger just right to make it look a sparkly, vibrant shade of red. We were driving on bumpy, muddy trails to check the trail cameras, which were hanging on the trees with a strap and a bright…

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    Deforestation is Linked to Tiger’s Heading Towards Extinction We have all heard about the beauty of a rain forest and the majestic animals that hide in the shadows, perched in monstrous trees are chirping colorful birds, while basking in the sunlight. The rain forest holds many homes to beautiful and almost forgotten animals such as Tiger’s who are on a brink of extinction. Also, the beautiful trees are producing clean air for everything to live healthier because they are part of carbon…

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    This was repeated for soil, rock, tree, False Brome, etc. for complete analysis. If this was a pull plot, False Brome was pulled within the quadrat and the surrounding area. If this was a pull plot, the steps for determining coverage of plants were repeated. At the corners of the quadrat, tree density was measured by finding the nearest sapling and tree in the direction of the quadrat corner. Using the DBH tape, diameter of the trees and saplings were recorded and tree species was recorded. This…

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    Morphology: A Short Story

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    When thinking of a tree, it is easy to imagine a strong plant, established firmly into the soil, with a thick substantial trunk and vast outreaching branches. However, what does not typically come to mind is a scrawny seedling, with its new roots hardly ingrained into the soil. One with a toothpick of a trunk that is struggling to support itself. The fact of the matter is that every tremendous tree started as a measly sapling, but not every sapling is able to grow into a tree. The forest can be…

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