Natural Loss

Natural Loss

A loss occurring from an act of God. Examples of events that may cause natural losses include tornados, earthquakes and floods. Insurance may mitigate natural losses.
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The natural loss of areas under winter crops can be up to 7% - this is the statistics based on annual rates.
We refer to the data on GFW as tree cover loss because it can't distinguish plantations from natural forest, or human-caused forest loss from natural loss," said Weisse.
In Dark Angel, we meet Mary Ann when she's 25, and has already suffered the natural loss of four children.
Both technologies utilize the small aperture effect to treat presbyopia, the natural loss of near vision that eventually affects everyone over the age of 40, as well as cataracts, the clouding of the eye's natural lens.
This, along with the natural loss of muscle mass and dehydration of the disks in the spine, can cause these disks in the spine to compress.
The benefits of calcium occur at every life stage, but because of the natural loss of calcium that occurs as we age, getting enough of this essential nutrient is especially important for the older populations, who are at risk for falls and fractures.
The best strategy to offset the natural loss of bone associated with aging and the menopausal transition is to ensure the development of maximal bone mass in youth.
SO HOW DOES A SOCIETY OR ENTERPRISE overcome the natural loss aversion that people have?
Instead, they usually differentiate into a buildup of soft tissue which, combined with the natural loss of bone density which occurs as people age, can weaken the bond between the implant and the body.
Nygren runs Treecovery, a company he started in 2009 that specializes in the recovery and processing of natural loss and salvage trees.