As part of this history series of articles in the Anchorage Daily News, I have answered something like 200 history questions from readers. The following are some of their questions and their answers. Now, more than ever, history can ground us, provide a much needed distraction and, perhaps, show what we have endured before..
22. District Judge J. Paul Oetken in Manhattan. Remote sensing technology has become an increasingly common tool used to measure plant productivity without the need for costly and time consuming field based measurements. However, the equipment typically used to remotely measure vegetation has remained prohibitively expensive. Here, researchers used a low cost drone and camera to create a photomosaic of a tallgrass ecosystem.
The iPhone XR is the iPhone for everyone. It’s every bit as powerful as the iPhone XS and XS Max. The cameras take stunning photos. While physical factors were found to be important in determining house form; socioeconomic, cultural and security considerations were found to be strong influences as well.The investigation of the natural illumination of Chinese vernacular dwellings conducted in this study was the first quantitative study of the distribution of natural light in these houses. Houses in the three villages were found to differ in their distribution of illumination according to local skywell form. In all three villages residents were found to take various actions to pursue satisfactory daylighting.
It is generally acknowledged that small and medium sized enterprises (SME’s) contribute significantly to a country’s economic performance. It is also generally acknowledged that it can be problematic to provide effective, public sector research, development and innovation support for SME’s given their size and diversity. It is also considered that vertical cooperation with customers and suppliers is more effective in new product development (NPD) for SME’s than horizontal co operation with research institutions and government agencies.
Total penalties, including other workplace violations, are $800. In Westland, was fined $400 for violations of COVID 19 workplace safety requirements including not performing a health screening protocol for employees, not conducting an exposure determination, not developing a written COVID 19 Preparedness and Response Plan, not posting signs at the store entrance informing customers not to enter if they are or have been sick, and not documenting employee training related to COVID 19. Of Saginaw, was fined $1,000 for violations of COVID 19 workplace safety requirements including lack of a preparedness and response plan, failing to train employees on COVID 19 control strategies, lack of social distancing, and lack of face coverings when workers could not consistently maintain six feet of social distancing.