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Michigan Flint - NSA - NT1310
Mechanical Splice of Fiber Optic CableSteps1-Make sure the work area is clean, dry and well lit.2- Assemble all necessary tools3- Remove the mechanical splice from its protective packaging and load the splice into theassembly tool by pressing firmly
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onsolidated firm's shareholders.Consolidated Net Income:To Noncontrolling Interest - Preferred: $8,000 for 20X2 dividends x50% = $4,000To Noncontrolling Interest - Common: .2 x (100,000 - 8,000 - 6,000)= $17,200To Controlling Interest:80,000
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eannual flood in the period 1931–1960 was 3000 cfs, in the period 1961–1991 itwas 6000 cfs—twice as great! Likewise, bank-full discharge occurred 1.2 timesper year in first period but 2.2 times per year in second period.discharge, cubic fee
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Environment and Behaviorhttp:/eab.sagepub.comResponses to Six Major Terrestrial Biomes in Terms of ScenicBeauty, Preference, and RestorativenessKe-Tsung HanEnvironment and Behavior 2007; 39; 529 originally published online May 21,2007;DOI: 10.1177/
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A Tentative Argument for the Inclusion ofNature-Based Forms in ArchitectureYannick JoyeProefschrift neergelegd tot het behalen van de graad van Doctor in deWijsbegeerteUniversiteit GentFaculteit Letteren en WijsbegeerteMaart, 2007Promotor:Prof. D
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Environment and Behaviorhttp:/eab.sagepub.comResponses to Scenes with Spreading, Rounded, and Conical TreeFormsVirginia I. Lohr and Caroline H. Pearson-MimsEnvironment and Behavior 2006; 38; 667DOI: 10.1177/0013916506287355The online version of thi
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DESIGNcreation of artifacts in societyKarl T. UlrichContents1.Introduction to Design2.Representation and Exploration3.Users, Experts, and Institutions in Design4.The Architecture of Artifacts5.Aesthetics in Design6.Variety7.Problem Solvin
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Journal of Environmental Psychology 23 (2003) 135146www.elsevier.com/locate/jepEnvironmental preference and restoration: (How) are they related?Agnes E. van den Berga,*, Sander L. Kooleb, Nickie Y. van der WulpbaAlterra Green World Research, P.O. Box
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Environment and Behaviorhttp:/eab.sagepub.comAnger and Stress: The Role of Landscape Posters in an OfficeSettingByoung-Suk Kweon, Roger S. Ulrich, Verrick D. Walker and Louis G.TassinaryEnvironment and Behavior 2008; 40; 355DOI: 10.1177/00139165062
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NASA/TM-2006-214498Industrial Design in Aerospace/Role ofAestheticsDennis M. BushnellLangley Research Center, Hampton, VirginiaAugust 2006The NASA STI Program Office . . . in ProfileSince its founding, NASA has been dedicated to theadvancement of
UC Davis - PSC - 155
Ecological Modelling 178 (2004) 255262Short communicationProphet Where Art Thou? Partnership with natureand other prophecies of H.T. OdumDaniel E. Campbell199 Hemlock Road, Wakeeld, RI, USAEverything is based on energy. Energy is the sourceand cont
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This article was downloaded by:[University of California Davis]On: 2 January 2008Access Details: [subscription number 731933830]Publisher: RoutledgeInforma Ltd Registered in England and Wales Registered Number: 1072954Registered office: Mortimer Hous
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LANDSCAPEANDURBAN PLANNINGELSEVIERLandscapeand Urban Planning 32 (1995) 227-244Conflict between ecological sustainability and environmentalaesthetics: Conundrum, cantid or curiosityRuss ParsonsEnvironmentalPsychophysiologyLaboratory,College of
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Ecological Economics 36 (2001) 87 108www.elsevier.com/locate/ecoleconANALYSISExperimenting with multi-attribute utility survey methods ina multi-dimensional valuation problemClifford Russell a,*, Virginia Dale b, Junsoo Lee c, Molly Hadley Jensen a,
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The Artful BrainV. S. Ramachandranhat is art? When Picasso said, Art is the lie that reveals the truth, what exactly did he mean?Neuroscientists have made remarkable headway in understanding the neural basis of psychological phenomena such asbody imag
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Landscape Architecture and HealthEvidence-based health-promoting design and planningUlrika A. StigsdotterFaculty of Landscape Planning, Horticulture and Agricultural ScienceDepartment of Landscape PlanningAlnarpDoctoral thesisSwedish University of
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Journal of Attention Disorders OnlineFirst, published on August 25, 2008 as doi:10.1177/1087054708323000Children With Attention Deficits ConcentrateBetter After Walk in the ParkJournal of Attention DisordersVolume XX Number XMonth XXXX xx-xx 2008 Sa
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A Physiological Theory of EvolutionBy Courtenay YoungCourtenay Young is currently the President of the European Association for Body-Psychotherapy(EABP) and works as a counsellor & psychotherapist in the UK National Health Service inEdinburgh. This ar
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W ater, Power and Human Nature:In Search of Humans EvolvingM e l v i n D. W i l l i a m sW ater "to hold, as' twere, the mirror up to [human] nature."H amlet Act III, Scene 2" Or to take arms against a sea o f troubles and by opposing end them."H am
UC Davis - PSC - 155
UC Davis - PSC - 155
Summary for PolicymakersIPCC Fourth Assessment Report, Working Group IIIContentsA. Introduction . 2B. Greenhouse gas emission trends. 2C. Mitigation in the short and medium term (until 2030) . 9D. Mitigation in the long term (after 2030) . 21E. Pol
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How Style WorksAn Explanation from the Perspective of Human EvolutionRay Batchelorrbatch01@bcuc.ac.ukFor millennia all objects were made using craft techniques a history withprofound consequences for our relationships with artefacts today. Through ou
UC Davis - PSC - 155
UC Davis - PSC - 155
http:/english.aljazeera.net/news/africa/2009/05/2009529142248311262.htmlClimate change 'killing thousands'The report says Africa is the region most at risk as a result of climate change [EPA]Climate change is killing about 315,000 people a year through
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Human Population: The Next Half CenturyJoel E. Cohen, et al.Science 302, 1172 (2003);DOI: 10.1126/science.1088665This copy is for your personal, non-commercial use only.If you wish to distribute this article to others, you can order high-quality copi
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The Death ofEnvironmentalismGlobal Warming Politics in aPost-Environmental WorldBy Michael Shellenberger and Ted NordhausGlobal Warming Politics in a Post-Environmental Worldenv_v3.indd 119/29/04 6:51:04 PMOn the cover is theChinese ideogramfor
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D-4468-21COUNTERINTUITIVE BEHAVIOROF SOCIAL SYSTEMS1byJAY W. FORRESTER2ABSTRACTThis paper addresses several social concerns: population trends; quality ofurban life; policies for urban growth; and the unexpected, ineffective, ordetrimental result
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How Many People Can the Earth Support?Author(s): Joel E. CohenSource: Bulletin of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences, Vol. 51, No. 4 (Mar. - Apr.,1998), pp. 25-39Published by: American Academy of Arts & SciencesStable URL: http:/www.jstor.org/
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http:/www.bbc.co.uk/news/science-environment-1537307120 October 2011 Last updated at 16:30 ETGlobal warming 'confirmed' by independent studyRichard Black By Richard Black Environment correspondent, BBC NewsWeather station at airport Weather stations a
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Why Is There More Crime in Cities?Edward L. GlaeserHarvard University and National Bureau of Economic ResearchBruce SacerdoteDartmouth CollegeCrime rates are much higher in big cities than in either small citiesor rural areas. This paper explains th
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Prospects for BiodiversityMartin Jenkins, et al.Science 302, 1175 (2003);DOI: 10.1126/science.1088666This copy is for your personal, non-commercial use only.If you wish to distribute this article to others, you can order high-quality copies for your
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STEADY-STATE ECONOMICSBy Herman DalyChapter 5: A Catechism of Growth FallaciesThe part played by orthodox economists, whose common sense has been insufficient tocheck their faulty logic, has been disastrous to the latest act.J. M. Keynes (1936)The f
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The great carbon bubble - Opinion - Al Jazeera EnglishNewsIn DepthOpinionFeatureshttp:/www.aljazeera.com/indepth/opinion/2012/02/2012211754427.ProgrammesIn PicturesVideoInteractiveBlogsSpotlightBusinessBriefingsWeatherSportWatch LiveYour
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http:/www.bbc.co.uk/news/science-environment-1241735911 February 2011 Last updated at 04:18 ETPeople power 'overlooked by energy policies'By Mark Kinver Science and environment reporter, BBC NewsAerial view of homes (Image: PA)About 70% of the houses
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12state of world population 2011Seven Opportunities for a World of 7 BillionReducing poverty and inequality can slow population growth.Unleashing the power of women and girls can accelerate progresson all fronts.Energetic and open to new technologi
UC Davis - PSC - 155
UC Davis - PSC - 155
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Michigan Flint - NSA - NT1310
Cellular technology has evolved through generations. The first generation mobile phones usedanalog networks and evolved in Japan in 1979. The second-generation systems began in Finlandin 1991 and made use of digital technologies such as GSM and CDMA. Th
Michigan Flint - NSA - NT1310
For your computer or gaming system to communicate with other computers it needs a networkinterface card connected to the appropriate Network medium. This creates the physicalconnection to the network. The computer must also be configured to use the prot
Michigan Flint - NSA - NT1310
From a small business standpoint the most important and distinct advantage of having a landlinephone is that there is a stable network connection. The signal never drops and the voice is clear.They do not require any electrical connection and many of th
Michigan Flint - NSA - NT1310
Fixed line is normally cheaper for large volumes of data than cellular connections. Fixed linescan often offer a higher data rate than many cellular networks, although 4G networks maychange this. Fixed lines are probably better suited for implementing g
Michigan Flint - NSA - NT1310
Regional Bell operating company (RBOC) is a term describing one of the U.S. regionaltelephone companies (or their successors) that were created as a result of the breakup ofAmerican Telephone and Telegraph Company (AT&T, known also as the Bell System or
Michigan Flint - NSA - NT1310
Welcome to the unveiling of Triple-Play, the newest cable company offering you a true bundlepackage. Today's triple-play services - offered by telecom service providers and cablecompanies - bundle telephone, TV content and high-speed Internet access ser
Michigan Flint - NSA - NT1310
AmazonAmazon Elastic Compute Cloud (Amazon EC2) is a web service that provides resizablecompute capacity in the cloud. It is designed to make web-scale computing easier for developers.Pay only for what you use. There is no minimum fee. Estimate your mo
Michigan Flint - NSA - NT1310
Network Topology PaperIn Star topology, all the components of network are connected to the central device called hubwhich may be a hub, a router or a switch. So it can be said that every computer is indirectlyconnected to every other node by the help o
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Specifications DefinitionsApplications- (1) A program running on a computer. (2) A system, the transmission method ofwhich is supported by telecommunications cabling.Unshielded Twisted Pair- A pair of copper wires twisted together with no electromagnet
Michigan Flint - NSA - NT1310
Some of the more important codes, standards and specifications I would need to becomefamiliar with while designing a new building since I will be running cable and setting uptelecommunications would be the FCC, which works towards six goals in the areas
Michigan Flint - NSA - NT1310
1. Greater bandwidth-Fiber provides far greater bandwidth than copper and has standardizedperformance up to 10 Gbps. Single-mode cable offers far greater distance than either 62.5- or 50micron multimode cable. In addition, fiber optic cable can carry mor
Michigan Flint - NSA - NT1310
Horizontal Cable- The cabling between and including the telecommunications outlet and thehorizontal cross-connect.Backbone Cable-The cabling running between telecommunications rooms, and enclosures, andthe main cross-connect panel in a telecommunicatio
Michigan Flint - NSA - NT1310
One of the first decisions I would need to make is the design selection of the network type.Products in the same group each follow the same networking rules, and you can count on them towork together properly. This will also dictate what tools and testi
Michigan Flint - NSA - NT1310
When performing a cable installation one of the first things to consider is your layout design.Where and how many equipment rooms located? How many outlets will be connected from thepanels? How much cable is going to be needed to complete the entire job
Michigan Flint - NSA - NT1310
What would be the benefits of a wired and a wireless network plan? Wired connections are easierto set up. With most modern computers you can simply plug in the cable and get on the Net.Wired is almost always faster than wireless, and never slower. A wir
Michigan Flint - NSA - NT1310
Cable TestersOTDR stands for Optical Time Domain Reflectometer, and it is a piece of equipment used bypeople who work with fiber optic cable. A fiber optic cable is a very thin, very transparent strandof glass. A laser beam flashes on and off to send i
Michigan Flint - NSA - NT1310
Connector InstallationsStep 1: Using a Crimping Tool, trim the end of the cable you're terminating, to ensure that theends of the conducting wires are even.Step 2: Being careful not to damage the inner conducting wires, strip off approximately 1 inch o
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Building a New Structure-RFPCONTRACTOR REQUIREMENTS1. Contractor shall be regularly and continuously engaged in the business of providingtelecommunications cabling services for at least the last five (5) years.2.Contractor shall possess all permits, l
Michigan Flint - NSA - NT1310
NT1310Unit 7 Assignment 1Refraction, Reflection and OpticsRefraction is the bending of waves as they pass from one medium to another, due to a changein their speed. The phenomenon is most commonly associated with light, but can also apply tosound, or
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Fiber-Optic Definitions1.Crosstalk The coupling or transfer of unwanted signals from one pair within a cable toanother pair.2.Waveguides A structure that guides electromagnetic waves along their length.3.FTTH - Fiber to the home (FTTH) is the deliv
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New Building Safety PlanAn organization's occupational health and safety policy is a statement of principles and generalrules that serve as guides for action. Senior management must be committed to ensuring that thepolicy is carried out with no excepti