The Holocene Murta basalts represent a small volume monogenetic centre located in the northern Patagonian Andes at the latitude of the Chile Triple Junction. These basalts show morphological evidence of subglacial eruption. They are locally porphyritic with large plagioclase feldspar, clinopyroxene and olivine megacrysts. The major- and trace-element concentrations, REE: patterns, and isotopic data, distinguish them clearly from the other Holocene are basalts or the Palaeocene back-are lavas. Their asthenospheric signature is in accordance with a geodynamic context characterised, since the Miocene, by the subduction of the Chile Ridge below the South American Plate and the progressive development of a slab window.
Extremely low summer sea-ice coverage in the Arctic Ocean in 2007 allowed extensive sampling and a wide quasi-synoptic hydrographic and δ18O dataset could be collected in the Eurasian Basin and the Makarov Basin up to the Alpha Ridge and the East Siberian continental margin. With the aim of determining the origin of freshwater in the halocline, fractions of river water and sea-ice meltwater in the upper 150 m were quantified by a combination of salinity and δ18O in the Eurasian Basin. Two methods, applying the preformed phosphate concentration (PO*) and the nitrate-to-phosphate ratio (N/P), were compared to further differentiate the marine fraction into Atlantic and Pacific-derived contributions. While PO*-based assessments systematically underestimate the contribution of Pacific-derived waters, N/P-based calculations overestimate Pacific-derived waters within the Transpolar Drift due to denitrification in bottom sediments at the Laptev Sea continental margin. Within the Eurasian Basin a west to east oriented front between net melting and production of sea-ice is observed. Outside the Atlantic regime dominated by net sea-ice melting, a pronounced layer influenced by brines released during sea-ice formation is present at about 30–50 m water depth with a maximum over the Lomonosov Ridge. The geographically distinct definition of this maximum demonstrates the rapid release and transport of signals from the shelf regions in discrete pulses within the Transpolar Drift. The ratio of sea-ice derived brine influence and river water is roughly constant within each layer of the Arctic Ocean halocline. The correlation between brine influence and river water reveals two clusters that can be assigned to the two main mechanisms of sea-ice formation within the Arctic Ocean. Over the open ocean or in polynyas at the continental slope where relatively small amounts of river water are found, sea-ice formation results in a linear correlation between brine influence and river water at salinities of about 32–34. In coastal polynyas in the shallow regions of the Laptev Sea and southern Kara Sea, sea-ice formation transports river water into the shelf’s bottom layer due to the close proximity to the river mouths. This process therefore results in waters that form a second linear correlation between brine influence and river water at salinities of about 30–32. Our study indicates which layers of the Arctic Ocean halocline are primarily influenced by sea-ice formation in coastal polynyas and which layers are primarily influenced by sea-ice formation over the open ocean. Accordingly we use the ratio of sea-ice derived brine influence and river water to link the maximum in brine influence within the Transpolar Drift with a pulse of shelf waters from the Laptev Sea that was likely released in summer 2005.
Tags: Jordan Clarkson/NBA/Utah Jazz Associated Press Written by April 21, 2021 /Sports News – Local Clarkson scores 22 points, NBA-leading Jazz beat Rockets FacebookTwitterLinkedInEmailHOUSTON (AP) — Jordan Clarkson scored 22 points, Joe Ingles had 21 and the NBA-leading Utah Jazz beat the Houston Rockets 112-89 on Wednesday night.The Jazz have won four of their last five games. The 23-point margin was Utah’s most-lopsided victory over Houston since a 118-91 blowout Dec. 6, 2018.Rudy Gobert had 19 points, 18 rebounds and two blocks for Utah, Mike Conley had 11 points and 13 assists, Bojan Bogdanovic scored 14 points, and Georges Niang added 13. Conley had his fourth straight game with double-digit assists after previously reaching that mark only twice this season.John Wall led Houston with 21 points and six assists.
OnTheMarket has made a strategic investment for a 20 per cent share in Glanty Ltd, the owner and developer of Teclet, an automated portal for the lettings industry, designed to reduce overheads and maximise efficiencies for letting agents. OnTheMarket has also agreed an option to acquire the remaining 80 per cent of Glanty.Their intention is to offer Teclet and, potentially, further technology solutions, to its agent shareholders and customers – the next step in achieving OnTheMarket’s mission to deliver a market leading, agent backed alternative to Rightmove and Zoopla.OTM’s £797,00 investment in Glanty gives it a 20% share and further options.The Glanty team all previously worked in the property agency sector and/or have experience of defining and delivering software solutions.Glanty recognised the need for a platform to support customer journeys and Teclet launched in 2016. Since then, it has gained small, medium and large estate agency groups as customers.Teclet automates a high proportion of administrative tasks involved in creating a tenancy and managing it through to renewal. It also provides online storage and 24-hour access for agents, tenants and landlords to records and documentation. It also supports compliance with the regulatory requirements in tenancy creation and management, providing an audit trail of transactions.OTM investment Glantry Ltd Glantry PropTech news proptech OnTheMarket OTM teclet February 17, 2020Jenny van BredaWhat’s your opinion? Cancel replyYou must be logged in to post a comment.Please note: This is a site for professional discussion. Comments will carry your full name and company.This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.Related articles BREAKING: Evictions paperwork must now include ‘breathing space’ scheme details30th April 2021 City dwellers most satisfied with where they live30th April 2021 Hong Kong remains most expensive city to rent with London in 4th place30th April 2021 Home » News » OnTheMarket announces strategic investment in Glanty Ltd previous nextProptechOnTheMarket announces strategic investment in Glanty LtdThe Negotiator17th February 20200779 Views
View post tag: Exercise View post tag: Orca-Class Back to overview,Home naval-today Canadian Orca-Class PCT Vessels Conduct Formation Exercise View post tag: formation Training & Education Vessels taking part included PCT Orca, Raven, Renard, Wolf, Grizzly, Cougar, and Caribou.The ORCA-class vessels operate year round in B.C. coastal waters and are frequent visitors in many of the smaller ports both on the Mainland and around Vancouver Island. In addition to their training mission, our naval tenders support regional community relations by appearing in local festivals and maritime events. While not specifically assigned an operational role, these vessels patrol coastal waters reporting suspicious activity, pollution infractions, and fishing violations. They are also frequently tasked for search and rescue operations or providing assistance to boaters in distress. Operation roles are on the rise, due to increased capabilities of the ORCA class vessels.Regular force Boatswains, Engineers and Naval communicators personnel are employed at PCTS. In addition to their responsibilities associated with maintaining and operating the naval tenders, PCTS personnel perform a pivotal training role in sharing their experience and skills with Junior Officer and Non-Commissioned Member trainees.[mappress]Press Release, February 25, 2014, 2014; Image: Canadian Navy View post tag: Canadian Seven Orca-class Patrol Craft Training (PCT) vessels recently conducted a formation exercise in the Strait of Juan de Fuca, near Victoria, British Columbia. View post tag: News by topic February 25, 2014 Share this article View post tag: pct Canadian Orca-Class PCT Vessels Conduct Formation Exercise View post tag: vessels View post tag: conduct View post tag: Navy View post tag: Naval
Facebook (Photo supplied/City of Mishawaka) The Mishawaka Parks and Recreation Foundation and the Mishawaka Parks Department are working together to bring a Portable Skate Park to Mishawaka this summer. The new amenity is made possible through generous sponsors including the Indiana Center for Recovery.The portable skate park in the ice rink at the Merrifield complex during the summer months, but will also go “on the road” to neighborhood parks.”The skate park will feature, quarter pipe ramps, safety rails, launch ramps, manual pads, and wedge ramps designed for skateboards, bikes, and scooters.The Indiana Center for Recovery is a patient-centered substance use disorder and mental health treatment facility. They have been offering treatment for addiction and co-occurring mental health disorders in Bloomington since 2016. Visit www.treatmentindiana.com for more information. Pinterest IndianaLocalNews Twitter Previous articleCenter 615 to become boat manufacturing plantNext articleDead fish, birds prompt official to issue warning to avoid Wolf Lake in Hammond 95.3 MNCNews/Talk 95.3 Michiana’s News Channel is your breaking news and weather station for northern Indiana and southwestern Michigan. WhatsApp Google+ By 95.3 MNC – March 7, 2021 0 286 Google+ Twitter Facebook Portable skate park coming to Mishawaka this summer WhatsApp Pinterest
String Cheese Incident finished up the last run of their intimate Winter Carnival 2017 Roots Revival tour this weekend with three nights at the Crystal Bay Club in Crystal Bay, Nevada. I think we can all agree that this tour has been something special for fans and musicians alike, letting Cheese play the small ski-town venues that helped the shape the band as we know it today and giving fans a rare chance to catch the full band in a really intimate setting (plus, many of us can agree that an ideal day involves hitting the slopes in the morning and seeing some our favorite musicians at night).Rather than stalling out, String Cheese Incident consistently heated up throughout this final run, ending the tour with a bang at last night’s performance in Nevada. Friday’s performance was a heater, hinting to fans who made these Crystal Bay shows that they were in for an old-school Cheese showing for this final weekend with rarities “Remington Ride” and “Deal” landing during the first set as well as “Indian Creek” opening a show for the first time since 2002.Saturday night kept up this energy, and fans were buzzing to see how the weekend would continue to unfold. Again, String Cheese was really tapping into the “Roots Revival” theme of the tour with a first set chock full of bust outs, including the first time “Eat My Dust” has been performed since mid-2015, followed by “Walls of Time,” a Peter Rowan & Bill Monroe cover that hadn’t been seen since summer of last year until it worked it’s way back into their setlist rotation at the Fox Theatre in Boulder earlier in the tour, and “Late In The Evening” sung by Michael Travis, to name a few. Plus, second set ended on a cover of the Talking Head’s “Nothing But Flowers,” and the boys brought out Bob Dylan’s “The Mighty Quinn” for their encore, getting the crowd amped for the tour’s final night.Thus we arrive at last night’s final performance, and String Cheese Incident tour down the house. With the show kicking off with “Lester Had A Coconut,” the crowd was beyond primed when “Resume Man” was busted out as the second song in the first set, marking the first time the tune has been played since November of 2014. “Dudley’s Kitchen” followed, solidifying the final first set of the tour as something special.The second set was similarly fiery, with “Dirk” kicking things off before segueing into a slowed down “Sand Dollar.” The new Billy tune off their upcoming album Believe called “Flying,” which live debuted in Telluride last week made it’s way into the second set, already beginning to feel more solid as it makes it’s way into Cheese’s live rotation. To close out second set, Cheese ended with a “Rollover” sandwich, one of the best renditions of the song in recent years, which house “Cold Sweat” and a fat extended jam within it, before closing out the show with a final encore of crowd favorite, “Jellyfish.”You can check out setlists from Cheese’s tour-closing weekend below, as well as an extensive gallery of Saturday night’s festivities, courtesy of Michael Pegram Photography. If you’re getting a hankering for Cheese before they hit the road again later in the year, you can pre-order their new album, Believe, on Pledge Music here, and get a bunch of goodies along with the new album, including an unreleased live show from the tail end of their Fall 1999 tour.Setlist: String Cheese Incident | Crystal Bay Club | Crystal Bay, NV | 3/17/17Set One: Indian Creek, Way Back Home > Joyful Sound, Think Of What You’ve Done, Remington Ride, Deal, Outside and Inside > SmileSet Two: Let’s Go Outside, These Waves > Djibouti Bump, Rhythm of the Road > Sirens, 45th of November > Rivertrance > Desert DawnEncore: Sweet SpotSetlist: String Cheese Incident | Crystal Bay Club | Crystal Bay, NV | 3/18/17Set One: Miss Brown’s Teahouse, The Road Home, Cottonmouth, Eat My Dust, Walls of Time, Late In The Evening, Falling Through The Cracks > BeautifulSet Two: Just One Story > Search, Until The Music’s Over, My One And Only, Hi Ho No Show, Turn This Around > Nothing But FlowersEncore: The Mighty Quinn (Quinn the Eskimo)Setlist: String Cheese Incident | Crystal Bay Club | Crystal Bay, NV | 3/19/17Set One: Lester Had A Coconut, Resume Man, Dudley’s Kitchen, Can’t Wait Another Day, So Far From Home, Betray The Dark, Don’t Let Go, Colorado Bluebird SkySet Two: Dirk, Sand Dollar, Restless Wind, Get Tight, Flying, Close Your Eyes, Rollover > Cold Sweat > Delicious Booty Jam > RolloverEncore: Jellyfish Photo: Michael Pegram Load remaining images Photo: Michael Pegram
By Dialogo May 23, 2012 In Bogotá on an official visit to Colombia, the commander-in-chief of the Chilean Army, General Juan Miguel Fuente-Alba, discussed with his counterpart Sergio Mantilla the advantages of intensifying the exchange of existing experiences in areas of mutual interest, such as the professional development of their personnel in the areas of education, instruction and training, comparing planning procedures, and unit utilization in the event of emergencies and natural disasters. On this occasion, Fuente-Alba requested cooperation from General Sergio Mantilla for the training of helicopter pilots, while offering the South American country slots for training Colombian personnel at the Chilean Army’s High Mountain School. During his six-day visit from May 14 to 19, General Fuente-Alba visited Larandia Military Fort, the 25th Aviation Brigade, and the National Training Center, a unit located at Tolemaida Military Fort and responsible for training career soldiers and members of Special Forces, paratroopers, and mountain units. In recognition of his contribution to rapprochement and collaboration with the Colombian Military, the Chilean commander received the José María Córdoba Order of Military Merit in the grade of Grand Cross.
Board honors Jax’s Schmidt March 1, 2002 Regular News Board honors Jax’s SchmidtJacksonville attorney Terrance E. Schmidt has received a commendation from the Bar Board of Governors for his work assisting the Bar in the disciplinary prosecution of F. Lee Bailey.Schmidt acted as special counsel assisting Bar staff in the protracted and high profile case that wound up with Bailey being disbarred late last year. The board passed the resolution unanimously at its February 1 meeting.The board’s resolution notes that Schmidt and his firm, Bledsoe, Schmidt, Lippes, et al. , donated more than $50,000 of Schmidt’s services in the Bailey case. It also said that Schmidt “by his pro bono service has epitomized the ideal of service for the public good and exemplified the concept of professionalism.”The resolution declared that Schmidt “is commended, praised, and thanked for his selfless service, counsel, and advice to The Florida Bar and for his commitment to the maintenance of the highest ideals of professionalism to which all members of The Florida Bar should aspire.”
ShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblr These ideas can help cut costs throughout the year.by: Kimberly PalmerThe beginning of the year offers a great opportunity to take stock of your financial situation and make any necessary changes to build a bigger nest egg or cut back on unnecessary spending. If you’re ready for a financial upgrade but aren’t sure where to start, these suggestions will move you in the right direction without requiring too much sacrifice.1. Choose a better bank.If you find yourself constantly paying fees for using out-of-network ATMs or running out of cash when you’re on the road, now is the time to find a bank that better fits your needs. FindABetterBank.com has a comparison tool that can help, as can Bankrate and Google Compare, which focuses on credit cards. Larger banks tend to offer more ATMs for frequent travelers, while smaller banks and credit unions might be less convenient but offer lower fees.2. Upgrade your credit card.Many people use credit cards that aren’t matched to their needs, which means they pay too much in fees or miss out on rewards. If you carry debt, you’ll want to find a card with the lowest annual fee possible. But those without debt can maximize their rewards. Comparison sites such as IndexCreditCards.com and CreditCards.com make it easy to search for the right fit. continue reading »