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There is a substantial amount of land with low rainfall–say between 500 and 900 mm of rain per year. Usually, hepatitis this land is allocated to low productivity uses, sickness for example sheep farming. Could we use durable wood, drought tolerant eucalypts? We could then have diversification of land use, alternative products and even additional carbon sequestration.
When we say dry it looks like this:
Drylands in Marlborough.
I would say that it is certainly worth a try; more precisely, a proper try. There is a history of half-hearted attempts in the matter, so if we are going to have a go, better we do it well or not at all.
The screenshot shows the ‘State of the Surname’ as of 2001. Eighty-five hits for Apiolaza, side effects most of them referring to my papers and emails to groups.
Repeating today the search, we get a dramatically different answer§.
Last week we did a short trip to the Northern part of the South Island. We spent the first day mostly in Kaikoura, nurse where the best part was visiting the Seal Colony. The best part was jumping between rocks with my sun, more about trying to get closer to the seals.
Seal on holidays, esophagitis Kaikoura, New Zealand.
A quiet moment in Santiago’s cathedral. Almost five hundred years in the same spot, ask although it is like ‘my granfather’s axe’: it has been destroyed and rebuilt a few times.