So, maybe we should congratulate Mr. Heckard on not being caught up in celebrity worship like so many people in our society. He doesn’t want to be mistaken for Michael Jordan. This study assesses the regulating functions and economic values of forests and woodlands in meeting the water needs of two major cities in Tanzania and proposes an integrated modelling approach with a scenario based analysis to estimate costs of water supply avoided by forest conservation. We use the process based hydrological Soil and Water Assessment Tool (SWAT) to simulate the role of woody habitats in the regulation of hydrological flow and sediment control. We find that the forests and woodlands play a significant role in regulating sediment load in rivers and reducing peak flows, with implications for the water supply from the Ruvu River to Dar es Salaam and Morogoro.
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(Last year, the athletic department raised about $11.2 million).$50,000 for generating licensing and sponsorship revenue in the first contract year of at least 1.5 times the amount brought in during fiscal year 2013. (Last year, licensing and sponsorship revenue totaled $4.1 million).$50,000 if the average attendance in Folsom Stadium for the regular season football games for the contract year is at least 50,000 people. (Last year, it was 45,373).$25,000 if the football team wins the Pac 12 South Division Championship, another $25,000 if the team wins the post season Pac 12 Championship and $200,000 if they win the National Championship.Chancellor Phil DiStefano said the university considered the market value of a top notch athletic director in the Pac 12 and around the country when deciding how much to offer George, who has held high level positions with the Professional Golfers’ Association of America and the Texas Rangers.George is leaving his post as president of business operations for the Rangers to take the job at CU, which he begins Monday.”I think what we’ve done is set the bar on the incentives extremely high,” DiStefano said.George’s entire salary will be paid for from the athletic department budget, DiStefano said.After CU forced Mike Bohn out in late May, DiStefano said the university needed to hire an athletic director with a strong business background.