Vegetación.JPG thumb Wetland of Córdoba In 1950, there were an estimated 50,000 acres (20,234 ha) of wetlands connected to the Bogotá River and by 2009, there was less than 2,500 acres (1,000 ha) remaining. Much of the wetlands have been degraded by poor water quality. In response to the degradation of the wetlands, a strong environmental movement has emerged in Bogotá that actively promotes the protection and expansion of wetland areas. In 2006, the Bogotá district government passed a comprehensive wetlands management policy where the district government, EAAB, and CAR work together to protect rivers and wetlands utilizing new regulations and environmental management programs. The basin plan for the Río Bogotá (POMCA) established water quality standards for the river basin until the year 2020, and designates water uses through river segments and sets ambient water quality criteria of approximately 25 pollutants in order to meet the designated uses. Flooding and river restoration Prior to 1950, the Bogotá River meandered through the middle of the basin with wide riparian areas, extensive flood plains, and thriving ecosystmes such as the La Conejera, Juan Amarillo, and Jaboque wetlands. Rapid urbanization has resulted in the channelization of the river, destruction of wetlands and settlements along the river making the river increasingly prone to flooding. In response, CAR has incorporated a flood works program to widen and protect riparian zones, restore the natural meander of the river, and hydraulically connect the river to its flood plains. In one particular component of a World Bank loan (see Multi-stakeholder assistance below) to CAR, EAAB, and the District Government; the Flood Control and Environmental Works project finances a comprehensive river recuperation program that incorporates best practice in urban river restoration. This component consists of improving flood control from an existing 10-25-year return period to a 100-year period, restoring part of the river flood plain, creating and enhancing wetlands and multifunctional parks, and complementing wastewater infrastructure with existing wastewater treatment when possible. Category:Geography of Bogotá
-problema-ozera-balkhash.html title The main problem of Balkhash Lake is poor water quality author A. Samakova publisher zakon.kz language Russian accessdate 2009-01-29 The largest city on the lake is Balkhash (Balkhash (city)) with 66,724 inhabitants (2010). It is located on the northern shore and has a prominent
camps where poor water supply and sanitation caused gastro-intestinal infections, tuberculosis, and malaria. Hundreds of thousands of people displaced. ''Amnesty International''. 28 June 2007. Retrieved 20 January 2008. The Azerbaijani government has been unwilling to integrate the IDPs into the rest of the population as this could be interpreted as acceptance of the permanent loss of Nagorno-Karabakh. Военные обвиняют правительство в коррупции, Kommersant (21 January 2000)
led to the unbalanced populations of carp and Canada Geese (Canada Goose). These are water quality and quantity based. Poor water clarity is a result of extremely high nutrient and sediment levels derived from sewage and urban runoff. Rapid sediment accumulation is the result of unmanaged land use patterns in the watersheds, and the regulated water level in Lake Ontario have dramatically altered the flooding pattern. Project Paradise is one of the largest wetland rehabilitation projects in North America. South St Burger Co Recently the company has opened a chain of stores called South St. Burger Co. that makes the same fries as New York Fries and also sells hamburgers and salads. South St. Burger Co. has nine locations in the Greater Toronto Area, including four in Toronto and one each in Mississauga, Burlington (Burlington, Ontario), Aurora (Aurora, Ontario), Markham (Markham, Ontario) and Newmarket (Newmarket, Ontario). Other locations include Barrie and Calgary. Another store in the GTA will open soon in Ajax (Ajax, Ontario). The name South St. Burger Co. comes from the name South Street Seaport, in New York City where the brothers founded the original New York Fries. Spencer Smith Park at Burlington (Burlington, Ontario) is a prime example of the evolution of mixed-use development and city planning in the Greater Toronto Area. In 2006, the park became a symbol of the ongoing effort to reclaim the Lake Ontario shoreline after the latest phase of redevelopment featured the opening of Spencer's (Spencer's (restaurant)), an upscale restaurant on grounds once occupied by the Mohawk (Mohawk nation) Canoe Club (Burloak Canoe Club). alias origin Burlington, Ontario, Canada genre Emo Post-hardcore Screamo Pop punk The area is served by Mississauga Transit, Oakville Transit and commuter bus service via GO Transit. On the Milton train line (Milton line), the Erindale (Erindale GO Station) and Streetsville (Streetsville GO Station) GO Stations, and to a lesser extent the Meadowvale GO Station, are used by Erin Mills residents for commuting into Toronto. Also, the Clarkson GO Station, located to the south on the Lakeshore West line is also used for the same purpose, although some on this line commute westward to Oakville (Oakville, Ontario), Burlington (Burlington, Ontario) and Hamilton (Hamilton, Ontario). *'''delete''' useless and introduces potential for serious browser incompatibility. Note, there is an alternative, inote (Template talk:inote) which does the same thing in a different way, just leaving an HTML comment, and which is used for invisible references in text. Mozzerati (User:Mozzerati) ::Although the local effect is similar, template:inote has a completely different function. The use of Template:Hide (or Template:Canadian City Disable Field True) is to conditionally suppress some part of the output of a template. For example, Template:Canadian City has a parameter ''Motto'' which usually appears following a label (''Motto:''), see for example Calgary, Alberta. For cities lacking a motto, the label can be suppressed by adding a parameter ''Disable Motto Link'' (with the value True), see for example Burlington, Ontario. The "normal" ouput (without the suppression parameter specified) is of the form weird junk with curly braces Motto: (so the div makes the weird junk invisible, but note the second close div in this case is unmatched). With the suppression parameter set to true, the "weird junk with curly braces" turns out to be an invocation of a template like Template:Hide which expands into another matching the first close div. This makes the initial div apply to the ''Motto:'' label, making it invisible. One advantage of this approach is that if there's ever if-then-else syntax added to templates, the invoking template can be fixed without requiring any changes to any of its references. HTML comments do not nest, so there's no way using HTML comments to do precisely the same thing. This is an extremely clever workaround to a limitation of the existing implementation of templates. We could perhaps argue this is too clever, but I'm not aware of any policy prohibiting (nor even discouraging) excessive cleverness in templates. -- Rick Block (user:Rick Block) (talk (user talk:Rick Block)) 16:42, August 21, 2005 (UTC) :::Neat. This explanation or something similar should appear at Template talk:Hide, though. --Mysidia (User:Mysidia) (talk (User_talk:Mysidia)) 02:40, 27 August 2005 (UTC) Released April 19, 1995 Recorded Mainway Studio, Burlington (Burlington, Ontario), Ontario and Metalworks, Toronto, Ontario Genre Grunge Funk Metal In 1961, immigrant steelworker John Fortino opened his first Fortinos store in Hamilton, Ontario. In 1972, John took on seven partners and opened a second store on Hamilton Mountain. Due to their growing success, subsequent stores were opened in Hamilton, Burlington (Burlington, Ontario) and Brampton (Brampton, Ontario). Fortinos then became a part of Loblaw Companies Limited in 1988. During the 1990s, Fortinos focused on the Greater Toronto Area, opening stores in Toronto, Woodbridge (Woodbridge, Ontario) and Markham (Markham, Ontario). Only two Toronto stores remain along with its Brampton (Brampton, Ontario), Burlington (Burlington, Ontario), Oakville (Oakville, Ontario) and Woodbridge locations in the GTA. John Fortino died of cancer on May 17, 2011 at the age of 76. In 1961, immigrant steelworker John Fortino opened his first Fortinos store in Hamilton, Ontario. In 1972, John took on seven partners and opened a second store on Hamilton Mountain. Due to their growing success, subsequent stores were opened in Hamilton, Burlington (Burlington, Ontario) and Brampton (Brampton, Ontario). Fortinos then became a part of Loblaw Companies Limited in 1988. During the 1990s, Fortinos focused on the Greater Toronto Area, opening stores in Toronto, Woodbridge (Woodbridge, Ontario) and Markham (Markham, Ontario). Only two Toronto stores remain along with its Brampton (Brampton, Ontario), Burlington (Burlington, Ontario), Oakville (Oakville, Ontario) and Woodbridge locations in the GTA. John Fortino died of cancer on May 17, 2011 at the age of 76. Burning of Newark In late 1813, Major General Francis de Rottenburg, the British Lieutenant Governor of Upper Canada, had been alarmed by defeats in the west (the Battle of Lake Erie and the Battle of the Thames) and American concentrations to the east, and on 9 October he ordered the troops on the Niagara peninsula to retreat hastily to Burlington Heights (Burlington, Ontario) at the western end of Lake Ontario. He intended to abandon even this position and concentrate his forces at Kingston (Kingston, Ontario) but during the first week in December, de Rottenburg was replaced by the more forceful Lieutenant General Gordon Drummond who was aware that the American attack on Montreal had been defeated, leaving the American Army stranded in poorly-supplied winter quarters in Upper New York State. Drummond immediately cancelled de Rottenburg's plans for further retreat, and ordered the units at Burlington Heights to advance instead. Cruikshank, Ernest, ''Sir Gordon Drummond, K.C.B'', in Zaslow (1964), p.316 align "center" Economics Mayor of Burlington (Burlington, Ontario), Ontario align "center" '''Comedy at Club 54''' is a Canadian (Canada) television program hosted by Ben Guyatt. The show was produced from the early 1990s until 2002 and is now airing in syndicated (Television syndication) re-runs on the Canadian Comedy Network (The Comedy Network). The show takes place in Burlington, Ontario at Club 54. The live performances still happen weekly, although new episodes of the Comedy at Club 54 TV show have not been aired since 2002. Former U.S. President Bill Clinton and former Canadian Liberal leadership candidate visit Ontario city Tuesday, former U.S. President Bill Clinton (w:Bill Clinton) and Former Canadian Liberal leadership candidate and former Ontario Premier Bob Rae (w:Bob Rae) visited Hamilton, Ontario (w:Hamilton, Ontario) to speak. The fundraiser for Burlington, Ontario (w:Burlington, Ontario) based club ''Transitions For Youth'' was at the Hamilton Place (w:Hamilton Place). There were about 2,000 people there and the estimated price to hear Clinton speak was CAN$100,000 to CAN$400,000.
city of Kazakhstan. The largest city on the lake is Balkhash (Balkhash (city)) with 66,724 inhabitants (2010).
and 10 silver medals at international level. Economic effects The availability of natural resources is limited by the dry climate and mountainous terrain, substantial population growth is increasing pressure on the resource base, and resource management has suffered from the emphasis on rapid economic growth and often-unregulated forms of economic productivity. As a result, human transformation of the environment is manifest in several problems. Population growth and poor water infrastructure
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productivity. As a result, human transformation of the environment is manifest in several problems. Population growth and poor water infrastructure have reduced per capita water availability from 53,000 cubic meters to 1,200 cubic meters, and heavy reliance on firewood has contributed to the world’s second highest rate of deforestation. Poor agricultural practices have led to soil erosion, groundwater degradation, and other problems that have hindered crop output and contributed to health
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the emphasis on rapid economic growth and often-unregulated forms of economic productivity. As a result, human transformation of the environment is manifest in several problems. Population growth and poor water infrastructure have reduced per capita water availability from 53,000 cubic meters to 1,200 cubic meters, and heavy reliance on firewood has contributed to the world’s second highest rate of deforestation. Poor agricultural practices have led to soil erosion, groundwater degradation