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zarin taslima
Jul 06, 2022
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A large expanse of carbon-rich peatland found in central Africa is under threat from uncontrolled development - posing a significant risk to future climate change. BBC Africa correspondent Andrew Harding reports on the ground. After driving for 10 hours, kayaking down the river for 10 hours, walking with a machete for three hours through thick bushes, and then trekking through sweltering forest swamps for two hours, the scientists Finally got to work. They brushed away mud and mosquitoes, erected a long, metal corkscrew-like device, and inserted it into a dark, water-filled field. “Push it again,” said Greta Dargie, the British scientist who led the team, as she and two Congolese colleagues twisted the pole, digging it deeper into the ground, and then pulling it out again A cylindrical piece of gleaming black peat about half banner design a meter long. "It's not bad," said Jodrhy Matoko, a doctoral student at Marien N'Gouabi University in Congo-Brazzaville. man in the jungle Photo Credit: BBC News The peat will be sent to a UK university for research. For the past decade, the co-operative team has camped for months in remote swamps along the Congo River at regular intervals, keeping an eye out for crocodiles, snakes and lowland gorillas while mapping a carbon-rich landscape. Outline of peatland. They believed that the land might be much larger than the whole of England. "We really want to be able to fill this hole on the map. It's hard work, but it's definitely an adventure. I've been doing this for 10 years now, so I have to love it," Ducky Dr. said. She is a quiet and determined peatland expert from the University of Leeds in the UK.
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zarin taslima
Jul 06, 2022
In Welcome to the Forum
Graduation season is approaching, and entering the industry from campus, the biggest challenge for new workers in the workplace is how to find the most suitable ideal job; especially in the technology market, there is a shortage of talents, and fresh people with a background in technology need not worry too much about going nowhere , but you can still understand the job content and your own potential as soon as possible, formulate the future development direction, convince the enterprise with strength, and become the talent that the enterprise wants to strive for promotion. When it comes to one of the most popular keywords in the technology industry in recent years, it is impossible not to mention "5G". If you want to grasp the trend of the 5G era, or add value to your experience in the 5G industry, or even plan your career development path, you will eventually be able to What can we do when we step into the developing and forward-looking 5G industry? Many banner design seniors who have participated in the "5G + Industry Rising Stars Sail Plan" (referred to as: 5G + Talent Program) of the Industrial Bureau of the Ministry of Economic Affairs said that whether it is for further studies or interviewing companies, to become a new star that stands out, at this moment you are the most important. The tools and resources needed may be the 5G + talent program. What exactly is this program doing? How can you help students advance into sought-after talent? This article interviews senior sisters who have participated in the project in the past to explore the real materials of the 5G + talent plan. Group photo of the briefing Photo Credit: 5G JUMP The 5G+ Talent Program sponsored by the Industrial Bureau of the Ministry of Economic Affairs invites fresh graduates of colleges and universities, juniors and above, or students with a master's degree and doctoral degree to participate in the actual 5G research and development, so as to precisely match enterprises and fresh people, and effectively save the time and cost of recruiting talents and applying for jobs.
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