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International help from the WCRP was an important factor in initiating Muslim-Christian cooperation.
Other writing centers might similarly collect student writing on topics related to their centers' histories and then create searchable inventories similar to the archive of scholarship housed at the WCRP.
The WCRP international survey establishes benchmark information about writing centers, is updated regularly, and is available to members of the writing center community for use in planning and assessment.
Chief Supt Jon Bond, chairman of the WCRP, said: "I'm very encouraged by these results which show a substantial reduction in the number of people injured on Warwickshire's roads as a direct result of the increased use of safety cameras.
The Climate Variability and Predictability (CLIVAR) project is the main focus in WCRP for studies of climate variability, extending effective predictions of climate variation and refining the estimates of anthropogenic climate change.
The WCRP works closely with UN agencies and the notorious World Council of Churches to cloak globalism in the robes of religious righteousness.
Table 1 Grid cell numbers for soil and land use classes Land use classes Land use Soil clases classes CALC HSND MSND GRAV WETL DUNE 1 158 99 2 7 DCRP 247 223 46 54 131 WCRP 4 12 2 3 7 TREE 77 481 301 46 157 SHRB 93 353 272 45 79 GRAS 814 2513 561 762 651 NERO 69 158 30 29 95 TOTAL 1305 3898 1311 941 1127 Land use Soil clases classes OTHR TOTAL DUNE 3 270 DCRP 18 719 WCRP 2 30 TREE 17 1079 SHRB 7 849 GRAS 128 5429 NERO 116 497 TOTAL 291 8873 Table 2 Regression of simulated average erosion against temperature and land use changes using Equations 8 and 9.
The WCRP was set up in 1970 to promote cooperation among religions.
The WCRP was set up by Nikkyo Niwano, the founder of Japan's second-largest lay Buddhist group, Rissho Koseikai.
At its first conference in Kyoto in 1970, WCRP already formulated a set of inter-religiously shared ethical convictions which can be considered as an early predecessor of the global ethic.
The data are derived from the WCRP CMIP5 multi-model data set and include 33 GCMs used in the IPCC's Fifth Assessment Report.