When visited on 11 August 2012, substantial amounts of dry guano
were found below Fissure 3 at Makilu Hill (Fig.
We also used insect specimens housed in the Museum of Southwestern Biology, Albuquerque, New Mexico, as reference material for the identification of some fragments found in guano
Virus sequence from the genus Alphacoronavirus was confirmed in all 4 original guano
samples by using a specific reverse transcription PCR based on the metagenomic data specific for 582 bp of the RNA-dependent RNA polymerase (RdRp) gene (GenBank accession nos.
liquid fish products, bat guano
and seabird guano
) of the fertilizers had < 1% NH[sub.
since the orders of the guano
contractors over guano
production ended, commerce had to export cash every day in greater proportions to replace the lack of bills [of exchange] that constituted, from thirty years ago, the main means of payment of our business with the outside world.
Water started pouring into the ship, and the cargo of guano
clogged up the emergency pumps.
islands was the exploitation of their guano
deposits, (23) though not
Bats release guano
as they fly, which is a natural fertilizer and feeds the soil, she said.
In the winter the build-up of guano
can cause slippery surfaces on the platforms and ladders, and, come summer, the warm weather turns the faeces into powder form that can be inhaled or blown into engineers' eyes.
Viking's maiden voyage was via Hamburg to Callao (Peru) with a cargo of coal and back to Hamburg with a cargo of guano
(bird droppings) much valued as a fertiliser.
If pigeon poo was as valuable as the seabird guano
that keeps some South Sea island economies afloat, the GRA's financial problems would be over.
The 51-year-old had stepped casually onto the side of a helicopter before it took off and into the sky above Guano
Point on the Hualapai Indian Reservation.