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    • Chapter 15 - Page 97

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    • Plan selerted and Tabernacle built. People still brinq called to Bluff - Jody's Diarv. Takinq n cattle held to San J u a n . Lehi receives r Misaion Call. Ilcnry seriamly hurned. Letter from Mary hw Lunt to Lehi while on miasion. Letter from Henry...
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    • ECONOMIC IMPACT OF THE ADMINISTRATION OF THE ESA AND LISTED SPECIES ON LOCAL COMMUNITIES. 25 301). Adler continues to note that failure to compensate landowners “…can encourage the destruction of environmental resources on private land” and that...
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    • ECONOMIC IMPACT OF THE ADMINISTRATION OF THE ESA AND LISTED SPECIES ON LOCAL COMMUNITIES. 26 actual impact of compensation worries many environmentalists, but the idea remains that “…uncompensated regulatory takings are themselves a threat to...
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    • ECONOMIC IMPACT OF THE ADMINISTRATION OF THE ESA AND LISTED SPECIES ON LOCAL COMMUNITIES. 27 reintroduction have convinced me that my statistical analysis will not be focused on a singular, narrowly defined factor. Instead, the literature in this...
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    • ECONOMIC IMPACT OF THE ADMINISTRATION OF THE ESA AND LISTED SPECIES ON LOCAL COMMUNITIES. 28 The final conclusion that I have reached finds its base in the idea that species have an impact on those closest to them. Whether this is a positive or...
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    • ECONOMIC IMPACT OF THE ADMINISTRATION OF THE ESA AND LISTED SPECIES ON LOCAL COMMUNITIES. 29 In order to gain a rounded view of potential ESA impacts, I begin with the success story of the Bald Eagle to serve as a reminder of how the ESA’s goals...
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    • ECONOMIC IMPACT OF THE ADMINISTRATION OF THE ESA AND LISTED SPECIES ON LOCAL COMMUNITIES. 30 Ultimately, I hope these case studies will emphasize some of the factors that might create economic hardship on the local level, and I further hope that...
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    • 1 7 When the words become mastered the words are crossed out, if the word is missed again, they circle it and try again during a future lesson. The spelling journal is a place to store words for future spelling lessons (Gentry, 2004). A technique...
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    • ECONOMIC IMPACT OF THE ADMINISTRATION OF THE ESA AND LISTED SPECIES ON LOCAL COMMUNITIES. 31 originally intended as being a “…legal conviction to preserve and recover species in danger of extinction ‘as a consequence of economic growth and...
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    • ECONOMIC IMPACT OF THE ADMINISTRATION OF THE ESA AND LISTED SPECIES ON LOCAL COMMUNITIES. 32 contrast with the numbers from 2006, which show 9,789 breeding pairs in the Midwest (USFWS, 2013b). This remarkable turnaround provides a good example of...
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    • ECONOMIC IMPACT OF THE ADMINISTRATION OF THE ESA AND LISTED SPECIES ON LOCAL COMMUNITIES. 33 that this offers an opportunity to demonstrate show how the Bald Eagle might be one of the only species that can validate this notion. I will not refute or...
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    • ECONOMIC IMPACT OF THE ADMINISTRATION OF THE ESA AND LISTED SPECIES ON LOCAL COMMUNITIES. 34 As I earlier quoted, the article written by Smith, et. al. highlighted four major theories that justify species protection (Smith, et. al., 1993). The idea...
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    • ECONOMIC IMPACT OF THE ADMINISTRATION OF THE ESA AND LISTED SPECIES ON LOCAL COMMUNITIES. 35 “…individual’s annual willingness to pay ranges from $6 to avoid the loss of the striped shiner to over $95 to avoid the loss of the northern spotted...
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    • EL INFORMATION PROCESSING IN MATH 8 Ní Ríordáin and O’Donoghue (2009) stated that in math assessments, ELs, especially those who have a lower English proficiency, are facing challenges with reading the test questions, particularly when these...
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    • GREEK MYTHOLOGY IN SECONDARY EDUCATION 36 Chapter 4 – Results The purpose of this creative project was to design, develop, and evaluate a sixteen lesson unit on Greek mythology (focusing on the use of technology in teaching said unit) for use with...
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    • ECONOMIC IMPACT OF THE ADMINISTRATION OF THE ESA AND LISTED SPECIES ON LOCAL COMMUNITIES. 36 Indeed, the underlying societal trend, which I contend is more true today than during the 1990’s, is based on Smith’s assertion that “…society often fails...
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    • CORE STABILITY AND AGILITY 49 CONFIDENTIALITY: Each participant’s documented consent to participate will remain confidential. The consent form will be stored in a locked filing cabinet in DeBeliso’s office. The data will be stored separately from...
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    • ECONOMIC IMPACT OF THE ADMINISTRATION OF THE ESA AND LISTED SPECIES ON LOCAL COMMUNITIES. 37 admirable, but society, particularly landowners and other citizens that will be inconvenienced by the efforts, simply does not, nor will it likely ever...
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    • 6 to take some of the grading burden, teachers could more easily “assign more writing, and so students could get the practice they needed to develop as writers—practice that was not possible in most classrooms because of the burden it placed on...
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    • ECONOMIC IMPACT OF THE ADMINISTRATION OF THE ESA AND LISTED SPECIES ON LOCAL COMMUNITIES. 38 understanding of the importance of other, lesser species. The governments unacknowledged practice of “…making trade-offs between species…” where “…policy...

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