JOSE BRECHNER Bolivia President, begins to realize that governing is not so simple and that relations with the United States and other powers are vital for their survival. In his visit to Japan, – in the midst of one of the worst natural disasters that plague their country-, assured Asians that their investments in Bolivia will not run danger of being estatizadas, which is true, because they have no investments in Bolivia and are not so foolish as to have them. The experience suffered by Brazil, with the nationalization of its refineries, was more than enough as to know how reliable it is his word. Evo requested last year to delegates from the European Union, to help it improve its relations with the Americans. I ask gentlemen ambassadors with much responsibility and with much humility help us improve relations with the United States Government because we are the culture of dialogue, said the President.
But perhaps there is a U.S. Embassy in La Paz to speak with your representative? The childishness of Morales, who uses to other dignitaries publicly to amend their leg tucked, makes one think of a child asking after pulling the hair to the little sister, the neighbor told the Pope to not punish it. Morales is now age learn that the political world is the world of words, and what one says has consequences. During his Union career he passed it insulting to the United States and its President. He came to power, and accentuated his attacks motivated by Hugo Chavez. Then wants good relations? His Vice President in his first visit to the United States unsuccessfully traveled to Washington to ask for the extension of the Atpdea, – a Treaty of tariff preferences and the fight against drug trafficking-. At the time of boarding to the aircraft, an unprecedented event occurred: the airline officials stopped him, because his name appears on the list of international terrorists who have no income to the country from the North.
High taxes of water interception for the canopy of the forests in coastal zones High taxes of water interception are waited in forests located in the zones coastal if compared with the situated zones in portions far from the continental edges. Which or which factors could explain this? When observing the amount of rain that rains below of the canopy of the forest, that is, below of the trees and in a next open area, that is, without trees, notices that the amount of water that enters in the forest it is lesser of what of the open area. This difference is attributed to the water retention for leves of the trees that if wet e, later, if they become droughts for the evaporation process. As the amount of leves in a forest area she is very high, the losses for water evaporation of the canopy also wet are great. This process of loss of water of the canopy for the atmosphere is called interception. The scientists who study water had observed that the forests in coastal regions present bigger interception of what very the situated ones in the interior of the continents.
Which or which the possible explanations for this difference? Two possible explanations had been proposals for the scientific community. The first one consists of the fact of, for being situated next to the sea, this could be a hot air source for the continent favoring then the evaporation process. Hot air if would form above of the water surface and if it would put into motion horizontally (advection) for the land where if high taxes of evaporation point out the forests providing. Another possible communication consists of the fact of the cloud formation, in low next altitudes to the forests, by means of the condensation, would liberate energy that, in turn, could be used in the process of evaporation of the restrained rain water in the canopy of the forests. These possible causes are not exculpatory, that is, they can act at the same time and, even so not if it has proven none of them, the fact it is, the situated forests in coastal regions intercept much more water of what the situated forests in situated regions in the interior of the continents, that is, far from the coasts. Chemical preparation from: SCHELLEKENS, J.; SCATENA, F.N. ; BRUIJNZEEL, L.A. ; WICKEL, A.J. Modelling rainfall interception by lowland tropical rain forest in northeastern Rich Puerto.