DOSI New Technologies WG Marine Imaging Workshop Report December 2015. The Deep Ocean Stewardship Initiative (DOSI) working group on Technology recently held a Workshop on Marine Imaging, with the main discussions concerning Image Acquisition, Real-Time.
WIGOS: Our Planet's Future Hub for Weather, Climate and Water Observations. WIGOS is an integrated approach to improving and evolvingthe WMO observing system. WIGOS will foster the orderly evolution of the present WMO observing systems (GOS, GAW, WHYCOS).
Course Information Form. WMO - CNR-IBIMET. Seasonal forecasts andwater management in the MediterraneanBasin: integrated approaches. 05-09 October 2015 (Distance Learning). 19-23October 2015(ClassroomFront Learning). Area di Ricerca CNR.
Warming effects on ecosystem carbon fluxes are modulated by plant functional types. Ji Chen1,2,3,4, Yiqi Luo4,5, Jianyang Xia6,7, Kevin R. Wilcox4, Junji Cao2,8*, Xuhui Zhou6,7*, Lifen Jiang4, Shuli Niu9, KaterinaY. Estera10, Rujin Huang2, Feng Wu2, Tafeng.
GRIB2 Event probabilities. Submitted by Dr Enrico Fucile (ECMWF). Summary and Purpose of Document. This document contains a proposal for representation of event probabilities. ACTION PROPOSED. The meeting is requested to review the document and approve a new entry for preoperational implementation.
Report on field sampling in Sozopol in September 2009 and June 2010 and future activities. By Prof. Marianne Holmer and Ph.D. student Katrina Povidisa, Institute of Biology, University of Southern Denmark.
Teacher Instructions Web activity in biology Flashy Fish. Sign up for the computers. Check with your class to see if each student has a password. Obtain the most current copy of the lab. (See Paul). Day of Lab obtain the Talking Fish (See Paul). Place this on a table as the students enter the room.
Statistical Analysis of Sediment Phosphorus from Silver Lake and Lake Casey in 2002. Iowa Lakes Project. Undergraduate Student. Department of Mathematics. University of Northern Iowa. Associate Professor. Department of Mathematics. University of Northern Iowa.
Maximum temperature drove snowcover expansion from the Arctic, 2000-2008. Yi Lin 1, *, Miao Jiang 2. 1 School of Earth and Space Sciences, Peking University, Beijing 100871, China. 2Institute of Mineral Resources Research, China MetallurgicalGeology Bureau, Beijing100025, China.
Earth SystemsStandard 2, Objective 1. Multiple Choice. a1. What are the two sources of Earth s internal heat energy? A. sunlight and radiation from space. B. motion and other forms of kinetic energy. C. cosmic rays and gravitational energy. D. radioactive decay and heat of formation.
Polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons and polychlorinated biphenyls in soils of Mayabeque, Cuba. Dayana Sosa,1 Isabel Hilber,2 Roberto Faure,1 Nora Bartolomé,2.3 Osvaldo Fonseca,1Armin Keller,4 Peter Schwab,4Arturo Escobar,1,* and Thomas D. Bucheli2,*.
There is little evidence about the Earth s atmosphere when it was young. However, there is evidence of more recent changes in the atmosphere. Some of this comes from analysis of ice cores drilled in Greenland and the Antarctic.
Severe Weather. Thunderstorms are small, intense weather ______. Lightning and thunder.
Floodplain Research and Monitoring Objectives. Note: Hypotheses, indicators, and links to other programs are provided below. A)GOAL #1 ENDANGERED SPECIES. Achieve, first, recovery and then large, self-sustaining populations of at-risk native species dependent.
Technical Implementation Notice 15-51 Amended. National Weather Service Headquarters Washington DC. Family of Services. NOAA Weather Wire Service. Emergency Managers Weather Information Network. Other NWS Partners, Users and Employees. From: Tim McClung. Portfolio Manager.
Bite marks on tests of the echinoid genus Echinocorys Leske, 1778 from the Maastrichtian of Hemmoor (NW-Germany) *. Institute of Geology and Paleontology of the University Hanover. translated by Richard Forrest.