Abundance by Design

Abundance by Design teaches you how to make the RIGHT decisions that will take you where you really want to be in your life. Learn from 13 experts who use Human Design to help guide and motivate them to achieve personal success.

Author: Karen Curry Parker

Publisher: Life by Human Design

ISBN: 099760350X

Category: Body, Mind & Spirit

Page: 274

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Abundance by Design teaches you how to make the RIGHT decisions that will take you where you really want to be in your life. Learn from 13 experts who use Human Design to help guide and motivate them to achieve personal success.


The decorator has allowed for multiple areas of white reserve, giving the entire design a two-color appearance. Such dense and richly patterned decoration requires an abundance of materials to create, including cobalt pigment, time, ...

Author: Monica L. Smith

Publisher: University Press of Colorado

ISBN: 9781607325949

Category: Social Science

Page: 271

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Using case studies from around the globe—including Mesoamerica, North and South America, Africa, China, and the Greco-Roman world—and across multiple time periods, the authors in this volume make the case that abundance provides an essential explanatory perspective on ancient peoples’ choices and activities. Economists frequently focus on scarcity as a driving principle in the development of social and economic hierarchies, yet focusing on plenitude enables the understanding of a range of cohesive behaviors that were equally important for the development of social complexity. Our earliest human ancestors were highly mobile hunter-gatherers who sought out places that provided ample food, water, and raw materials. Over time, humans accumulated and displayed an increasing quantity and variety of goods. In households, shrines, tombs, caches, and dumps, archaeologists have discovered large masses of materials that were deliberately gathered, curated, distributed, and discarded by ancient peoples. The volume’s authors draw upon new economic theories to consider the social, ideological, and political implications of human engagement with abundant quantities of resources and physical objects and consider how individual and household engagements with material culture were conditioned by the quest for abundance. Abundance shows that the human propensity for mass consumption is not just the result of modern production capacities but fulfills a longstanding focus on plenitude as both the assurance of well-being and a buffer against uncertainty. This book will be of great interest to scholars and students in economics, anthropology, and cultural studies. Contributors: Traci Ardren, Amy Bogaard, Elizabeth Klarich, Abigail Levine, Christopher R. Moore, Tito E. Naranjo, Stacey Pierson, James M. Potter, François G. Richard, Christopher W. Schmidt, Carol Schultze, Payson Sheets, Monica L. Smith, Katheryn C. Twiss, Mark D. Varien, Justin St. P. Walsh, María Nieves Zedeño

Magnetizing Unlimited Abundance

My sweet, beautiful friends, does the idea of experiencing a life of unlimited abundance have rich meaning to you? ... Imagine for a moment, really imagine, ifyou want to achieve all that is possible for you by design, how would you ...

Author: Brynda Johnson

Publisher: BalboaPress

ISBN: 9781452578514

Category: Self-Help

Page: 116

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Attract What You Want With Magnetic Force! Inspiring, motivating, life-changing inspiration and guidance are here! Use this clear road map to wholistic success. Seeing the whole of all things is what Brynda does well. Start with the workings of your own thought process, and see massive changes quickly. Easy Steps that Work Balance theory with practice as you follow the easy steps, chapter by chapter, and begin magnetizing unlimited abundance in every aspect of your life. You apply the effort, the universe grants effectiveness!

Estimating Abundance of African Wildlife

Bias resulting from insufficient coverage of the census area (1), visual estimation of large herds (2) and double counting of herds (3) can easily be reduced or avoided with a proper census design. Observer bias (4) can be reduced by ...

Author: Hugo Jachmann

Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media

ISBN: 9781461513810

Category: Technology & Engineering

Page: 285

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Estimating abundance of wildlife is an essential component of a wildlife research program, and a prerequisite for sound management. With the exception of a few highly mathematical volumes, there are no books on the subject for use by students and field workers. Also, the various techniques for counting animals found in scientific journals are often not accessible to African managers. The unavailability of the diverse literature necessitated the production of a textbook or field manual that covers the ground. The book compiles the most relevant techniques for counting African mammals, illustrated with many examples from the field. It provides guidelines for selecting the appropriate methodology for a range of conditions commonly found in the field, in terms of different animal species, habitat types, and management objectives.

Manual on Estimation of Selectivity for Gillnet and Longline Gears in Abundance Surveys Design of Net Series Used for Stock Surveys The mesh sizes included in net series used for stock surveying ... The catches in mesh sizes matching the most abundant size groups may be high whereas other mesh sizes ( mainly the ...

Author: Holger Hovgêrd

Publisher: Food & Agriculture Org.

ISBN: 9250044615


Page: 96

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This manual defines methods for estimating selectivity of gillnet and longline gears, with particular reference to the use of these gears in abundance surveys. The manual illustrates how gear design, the basic concepts of size selection and fish morphometric data can be used to model selectivity. Statistical estimation methods are described in detail, and examples given of their application in spreadsheets. The efficient use of these gears in abundance and research surveys is also discussed. Although the manual concentrates on gillnets and longlines, the methods given are general enough to be relevant to any research involving gear selectivity

Atlas of Abundance and Distribution Patterns of Ichthyoplankton from the Northeast Pacific Ocean and Bering Sea Ecosystems Based on Research Conducted by the Alaska Fisheries Science Center 1972 1996

The resulting data layer was a polygon showing all cells where samples were taken and their associated abundance based on catch per 10 m2 . A chloropleth map design was chosen to depict abundance . The purpose of the map is to show the ...



ISBN: UCSD:31822033888017

Category: Marine fishes

Page: 281

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The Economics of Abundance

The design and technology of a mall offers a mass of consumers abundant opportunities to buy in many stores, concentrated together, and divorced from the outside world. Having parked the car the customer is faced with an artificial ...

Author: Brendan Sheehan

Publisher: Edward Elgar Publishing

ISBN: 9781849807159

Category: Business

Page: 224

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This book addresses the challenge posed by J.K. Galbraith over fifty years ago to make a constructive contribution to a different style of economic analysis - the economics of abundance. It identifies a system of abundance inhabited by the ?people of plenty? and illustrates that the driver of growth in this system is spending by affluent consumers. This timely book provides essential heterodox economic theory to explain this spending and explore its key drivers and constraints.

Estimates of Marine Bird and Sea Otter Abundance in Lower Cook Inlet Alaska During Summer 1993 and Winter 1994

Although the original stratification design had the best mean CV , it ranked highest ( worst , Table 22 ) . When we simulated re - allocation of transects based on bird abundance as we did for the other stratifications , the rank of the ...



ISBN: UCSD:31822023768435

Category: Animal populations

Page: 124

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The result is a battery with currents ten times higher than present-day high-end batteries and a simple, cheap design that than one-tenth the cost prices at $250 a kilowatt-hour fully installed—less of current lithium-ion batteries.

Author: Peter H. Diamandis

Publisher: Simon and Schuster

ISBN: 9781451616835

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 432

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The authors document how four forces--exponential technologies, the DIY innovator, the Technophilanthropist, and the Rising Billion--are conspiring to solve our biggest problems. "Abundance" establishes hard targets for change and lays out a strategic roadmap for governments, industry and entrepreneurs, giving us plenty of reason for optimism.

Modern Trends in Applied Aquatic Ecology

Therefore, in this study, the length of time panels remained submersed was a factor in an analysis of variance, because the design allowed the collection of temporally independent estimates of abundance of populations.

Author: R.S. Ambasht

Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media

ISBN: 9781461502210

Category: Science

Page: 379

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Organisms and environment have evolved through modifying each other over millions of years. Humans appeared very late in this evolutionary time scale. With their superior brain attributes, humans emerged as the most dominating influence on the earth. Over the millennia, from simple hunter-food gatherers, humans developed the art of agriculture, domestication of animals, identification of medicinal plants, devising hunting and fishing techniques, house building, and making clothes. All these have been for better adjustment, growth, and survival in otherwise harsh and hostile surroundings and climate cycles of winter and summer, and dry and wet seasons. So humankind started experimenting and acting on ecological lines much before the art of reading, writing, or arithmetic had developed. Application of ecological knowledge led to development of agriculture, animal husbandry, medicines, fisheries, and so on. Modem ecology is a relatively young science and, unfortunately, there are so few books on applied ecology. The purpose of ecology is to discover the principles that govern relationships among plants, animals, microbes, and their total living and nonliving environmental components. Ecology, however, had remained mainly rooted in botany and zoology. It did not permeate hard sciences, engineering, or industrial technologies leading to widespread environmental degradation, pollution, and frequent episodes leading to mass deaths and diseases.