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Nars Natural Radiant Longwear Foundation New Ca...
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Foundation / dark / satiniert

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NARS Cosmetics Natural Radiant Longwear Foundat...
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Perfektioniere deinen Teint mit der NARS Cosmetics Natural Radiant Longwear Foundation. Die leichte, atmungsaktive Formel ist mit mikronisierten Pigmenten angereichert, die sich an deinen Hautton anpassen und so ein natürliches Finish erzeugen. Die Flüssigfoundation enthält einen Skin Optimising Complex aus Himbeer-, Apfel- und Wassermelonenextrakten, bietet mittlere bis volle, aufbaubare Abdeckung und bleibt für bis zu 16 Stunden verwisch- und schweißresistent. Freue dich auf ein glattes, makelloses und ebenmäßiges Hautbild und einen frischen, strahlenden Teint. Frei von Parabenen, Ölen, Alkohol und Duftstoffen. Dermatologisch getestet. Nicht komedogen.

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The Cultural and Ecological Importance of Mangr...
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the author has been intrigued by the Pacific distribution of the American red mangrove since first visiting the SW Pacific in 1994. this spcies is abundant in the New World and in Samoa, Tonga, Fiji and New Caledonia but notably absent in Eastern Polynesia and the Indo-West Pacific. It had been generally assumed that the distance from South America and Samoa is too great for natural dispersal of the American mangrove to occur. It also had been suggested by earlier research that this species might have been intentially introduced from the Americas to Western Polynesia by early navigators. This research at first was motivated by the questions of how long could the American mangrove remain viable in seawater and if there was a cultural use preference by Polynesians that would promote its aboringinal introduction. Other questions then followed, such as why are five mangrove speicies found in Tonga and Fiji not found further east in Samoa? Thus began this indepth study to understand the cultural and ecological importance of mangroves in the SW Pacific.

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Channel-billed Cuckoo
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The Channel-billed Cuckoo is a species of cuckoo in the Cuculidae family. It is monotypic within the genus Scythrops. The species is the largest brood parasite in the world, and the largest cuckoo. It is found in Australia, Papua New Guinea and Indonesia, additionally, it is vagrant in New Caledonia and New Zealand. The species is migratory over part of its range. There are three subspecies, one migratory, the other two resident. Its natural habitats are subtropical or tropical moist lowland forests and subtropical or tropical mangrove forests. The species is listed as least concern by the IUCN.

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Cold war in the tropics
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This doctoral study sheds new taxonomic and ecological insights on a prominent brown marine algal group in tropical reefs. Using a DNA-based taxonomic approach Christophe Vieira reassessed the species diversity of the genus Lobophora in New Caledonia and globally. He disclosed a striking, hitherto unknown, global diversity, provided the first comprehensive tree of life for this group, and exposed the global geographical patterns of species diversity. Evolutionary analyses revealed that this group originated within the Central Indo-Pacific during the Upper Cretaceous, and diversified within the tropics. The ecological study showed that although potentially chemically armed and capable of bleaching corals, Lobophora species did not or rarely bleached adjacent corals in natural conditions. Results from allelopathic bioassays and grazing experiments led the author to conclude that (1) corals and Lobophora maintain a chemical-mediated status quo on healthy reefs, (2) chemical defense apparently does not deter grazing of Lobophora by prominent herbivores, (3) it is more likely that Lobophora avoids being grazed by escape strategies such as growing under the coral canopy.

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Natural Compression
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Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Natural Compression was the first release by defunct New Zealand rock band Weta, being released in 1999. The EP received radio attention in New Zealand with the title track Let It Go becoming a staple of student and rock radio. Both Let It Go and Got The Ju would appear on the bands sole album Geographica in revised forms. New Zealand (Aotearoa in M ori) is an island country in the south-western Pacific Ocean comprising two main landmasses (the North Island and the South Island) and numerous smaller islands. The country is situated some 1,500 kilometres (900 mi) east of Australia across the Tasman Sea, and roughly 1,000 kilometres (600 mi) south of the Pacific island nations of New Caledonia, Fiji, and Tonga. Due to its remoteness, it was one of the last lands to be settled by humans.

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Sphagnum Novo-Caledoniae
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Sphagnum novo-caledoniae is a species of plant in the Sphagnaceae family. It is endemic to New Caledonia. Its natural habitat is rivers. Sphagnum is a genus of between 151 and 350 species of mosses commonly called peat moss, due to its prevalence in peat bogs and mires. A distinction is made between sphagnum moss, the live moss growing on top of a peat bog on one hand, and sphagnum peat moss (North American usage) or sphagnum peat (British usage) on the other, the latter being the decaying matter underneath.

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DK Eyewitness Travel The Road Less Travelled
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Avoid crowded tourist hotspots and discover the lesser-known wonders of the world with this beautifully illustrated guide to off-the-beaten-track sights, experiences and destinations.A team of travel experts take some of the world's best-known destinations - everything from over-visited national parks to crowded museums - and reveal more than 1,000 fascinating alternatives.With expert advice and insider tips, this inspiring book will open your eyes to a wealth of new travel ideas. If you liked Petra in Jordan, you'll love the amazing rock-hewn temples of Ellora in India. Diving at Australia's Christmas Island makes a fantastic alternative to the better-known Great Barrier Reef, and breathtaking Borobudur in Java gives touristy Angkor Wat a run for its money. If it's the cities you love, our expert writers will show you the alternative, less-explored sides of the world's most visited metropolises.Inside The Road Less Travelled:- Contains 1,000 lesser-known sights, cities and experiences- Begins with a foreword by bestselling author Bill Bryson- The thematic colour-coded design helps you find information based on the following interests: Ancient and Historical Sights, Festivals and Parties, Great Journeys, Architectural Marvels, Natural Wonders, Beaches, Sports and Activities, Art and Culture, and Cities- Packed with colour photography- Experts provide informative, evocative narrative with helpful insider tips- Detailed practical information and locator maps make it easy to plan a trip- Covers the less-explored attractions of major cities such as London, Paris and New York- Includes Douro Valley Wine Cruise, Portugal, Palenque, Mexico, Meteora Monasteries, Greece, Crystal Cathedral, Garden Grove, California, USA, Fingal's Cave, Isle of Staffa, UK, New Caledonia Barrier Reef, Melanesia, Emerald Bay, Pangkor Laut, Malaysia, Kayaking in Gwaii Haanas National Park, Canada, and many moreAbout DK Eyewitness Travel: DK's award-winning travel books take the work out of planning your next adventure, with inspirational images, tips, and information to enrich your journey. DK is the world's leading illustrated reference publisher, producing beautifully designed books for adults and children in over 120 countries.

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The Cultural and Ecological Importance of Mangr...
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the author has been intrigued by the Pacific distribution of the American red mangrove since first visiting the SW Pacific in 1994. this spcies is abundant in the New World and in Samoa, Tonga, Fiji and New Caledonia but notably absent in Eastern Polynesia and the Indo-West Pacific. It had been generally assumed that the distance from South America and Samoa is too great for natural dispersal of the American mangrove to occur. It also had been suggested by earlier research that this species might have been intentially introduced from the Americas to Western Polynesia by early navigators. This research at first was motivated by the questions of how long could the American mangrove remain viable in seawater and if there was a cultural use preference by Polynesians that would promote its aboringinal introduction. Other questions then followed, such as why are five mangrove speicies found in Tonga and Fiji not found further east in Samoa? Thus began this indepth study to understand the cultural and ecological importance of mangroves in the SW Pacific.

Anbieter: Orell Fuessli CH
Stand: 09.08.2020
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