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Butterfly Conservation is urging people to help monitor the common blue by taking part in the Big Butterfly Count population survey.
The Population was estimated by counting the vultures involved in active nest breeding (nesting site population) as well as, those encountered during transect surveys (transect count population).
2.47 million blocks have been made to count population of approximately 240 million households.
Consequently, the conduct of the fifth Housing and Population Census last year was a very serious mistake ever committed by the GoSS simply, because one can not count population and housing of Southern Sudan when he/ she does not know where the border lies.
With the possible exception of North Bay and Kenora we have been in an economic hard landing for most of the last decade if you count population, incomes and job creation.
It is important to note that these population figures are estimates produced using a demographic model and are not the result of a direct attempt to count population, as is done in a census year.
member st alreadyAaAaAeAeAaAeAeA issue ePassports, even if only a small percentage of the count population actually have them.AaAaAeAeAaAeAeA India and Japan, ICAO (http://www.secureidnews.com/news-item/e-passports-spread-to-half-the-glo says , are growing their ePassport programs at the fastest rates.AaAaAeAe
The war has killed more than 200,000 people, cut life expectancy by 20 yearsAaAaAeAeAaAeAeA and displaced more than half of the count population of 21 million people.
For example, satellite imagery can be used to count populations, but changes in population could result from births and deaths, not just migration.
They've developed a genetic barcode to count populations of larvae in a coral reef ecosystem which gives them a tool for monitoring the health of reef ecosystems.
They are used by law enforcement to patrol the borders, to nab shark-fin poachers off the Galapagos Islands, to hover above the trees and count populations of endangered birds.