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National Audubon Society v. Superior Court

; ref The Public Trust Doctrine has also been expanded to protect lands in their natural state to serve as ecological units for scientific study. Mono Lake is a navigable waterway, and it harvests brine shrimp for sale as fish food. Under the traditional public trust cases, the lake is identified as a fishery. Plaintiffs sought to protect the lake's exceptional recreational and ecological value of the lake and its shore, the purity of the air, and the use of the lake for nesting and feeding

by birds. Quoting ''Marks v. Whitney'', the court said, “There is a growing public recognition that one of the most important public uses of the tidelands and use encompassed within the tidelands trust is the preservation of those lands in their natural state, so that they may serve as ecological units for scientific study, as open space, and as environments which provide food and habitat for birds and marine life, and which favorably affect the scenery and climate of the area.” As a result


Pyatigorsk

. There is a museum in the city devoted to his memory. The Zionist activist Joseph Trumpeldor was born in Pyatigorsk. The Circassian or Adyghe name is Beishto. History thumb left View of Pyatigorsk between 1890 and 1900. (File:Piatigorsk.jpg) The writings of the 14th-century Arabian traveler Ibn Battuta included the earliest known mention of the mineral springs. Peter the Great (reigned 1682-1725) fostered the earliest scientific study of them, but the information collected


Jönköping

) Christian Democrats . see Eva M. Hamberg and Thorleif Pettersson, "The Religious Market: Denominational Competition and Religious Participation in Contemporary Sweden," ''Journal for the Scientific Study of Religion,'' Vol. 33, No. 3 (Sep., 1994), pp. 205+ Sweden DSB and its joint ventures have contracts to operate the Roslagsbanan in Stockholm, local trains around Gothenburg and Krösatågen services around Jönköping.


Kirklees

. It has been settled for at least 4,000 years. Experts regard it as one of Yorkshire's most important early Iron Age hill forts. Stonepages.com website The summit of Castle Hill is by far the most conspicuous landmark in Huddersfield. The Hill has been a place of recreation for hundreds of years and the easily discernible remains of past occupation have made it a subject for legend, speculation and scientific study


Willow Bunch, Saskatchewan

, went to St. Louis to settle the Giant’s affairs. Finding that the body was being displayed in storefront windows, Bonneau brought the body to Montreal, where it would remain for many years. Scientific study The body was first put on display in the Eden Museum. Because it drew such large crowds city authorities insisted that the body be moved and closed the exhibit. The body then became part of a freak show in a Montreal circus. When the show went bankrupt the body was abandoned


Independence, Missouri

effect on the development of the scientific study of meteors which had previously been thought to be atmospheric phenomena. The meteor storm of 1833 was of truly superlative strength. One estimate is over one hundred thousand meteors an hour, Space.com The 1833 Leonid Meteor Shower: A Frightening Flurry but another, done as the storm abated, estimated in excess of two hundred thousand meteors an hour<


Uppsala

city, important centre in Norse mythology Environment The dominant environmental feature of the island is the Stora Alvaret, a limestone pavement (alvar) which is the habitat (Habitat (ecology)) of numerous rare (rare species) and endangered species. The first known scientific study of the biota (biota (ecology)) of the Stora Alvaret occurred in the year 1741 with the visit of Linnaeus. Carolus Linnaeus, ''Species Plantarum'', Uppsala, Sweden (1753) L.K. Königsson, ''The Holocene History of the Great Alvar of Öland'', Acta Phytogeographica Suecica 55, Uppsala (1968) From 1960 to 1973 he was literary critic for the German weekly ''Die Zeit'', published in Hamburg. From 1973 to 1988 he was head of the literature staff at the daily ''Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung''. His successor was Frank Schirrmacher. Currently Reich-Ranicki edits the "Frankfurter Anthologie" in that newspaper. In 1968 and 1969 he taught at American universities. From 1971 to 1975 he held visiting professorships at Stockholm and Uppsala. Since 1974 he has been an honorary professor at the University of Tübingen. In 1990 he received the Heine visiting professorship at the University of Düsseldorf (Heinrich Heine University), and in 1991 he received the Heinrich-Hertz visiting professorship of the University of Karlsruhe. WikiPedia:Uppsala Dmoz:Regional Europe Sweden Uppsala_County Localities Uppsala Commons:Category:Uppsala


Saint John, New Brunswick

. Chamberlain was born in St. John (Saint John, New Brunswick), New Brunswick, Canada. He spent the first few decades of his life as a bookkeeper and later manager of a grocery company in St. John. In his mid-twenties, he also became a dedicated amateur ornithologist. In 1883 he co-founded the American Ornithologists' Union, which today stakes its claim as "the oldest and largest organization in the New World devoted to the scientific study of birds."


Fort Wayne, Indiana

Fort Wayne campus at Fort Wayne, Indiana. Anson Shupe, profile at Indiana University - Purdue University. He completed his doctorate in political sociology at Indiana University in 1975 and has held office in various professional associations, including the Society for the Scientific Study of Religion and the Association for the Sociology of Religion. In his research


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