A detailed vitrinite reflectivity study has been made through the Cretaceous sedimentary rocks of northwest James Ross Island, Antarctica. The results show that a progressive increase in reflectivity does not occur with depth and that values (0.45 %) from the base of the succession are lower than expected for the sequence as described by previous authors. Using a synthesis of sedimentological and stratigraphic information, the sequence is reinterpreted as an apparent monoclinal syncline, strongly influenced by syndepositional tectonics, with a thickness appreciably less than previously described.
Written by The Aggies score 78.9 points per game and surrender 66.1 points per contest. The Lobos have outscored opponents 1914-1910 (76.6 points-76.4 points) on the season. Brad James When the Aggies record more steals than their opponents, they are 13-0 on the season. Furthermore, when committing few turnovers than their opponents, they are 9-0 on the season. They also lead the conference in free throw percentage (74.9 percent) and 3-point field goal percentage (40.8 percent). FacebookTwitterLinkedInEmailLOGAN, Utah-Wednesday, Utah State men’s basketball (20-6, 10-3 in Mountain West Conference play) hosts New Mexico (11-14, 5-8 in Mountain West Conference play) for a late 9:00 pm tip-off at the Spectrum. February 18, 2019 /Sports News – Local Utah State Men’s Basketball Hosts New Mexico Wednesday The Aggies lead the Lobos 24-11 all-time, including a 13-2 record in Logan. The Aggies have won their last three home games against New Mexico. The Aggies ensue in their successful season because, among other things, they lead the Mountain West in field goal percentage (47.7 percent) and field goal percentage defense (38.9 percent). Tags: Anthony Mathis/Carlton Bragg/Mountain West Conference/Neemias Queta/New Mexico Lobos/Sam Merrill/USU Men’s Basketball/Vance Jackson Senior guard Anthony Mathis (15.3 points per game), sophomore guard/forward Vance Jackson (12.8 points, 7 rebounds per game) and redshirt junior forward Carlton Bragg (10.5 points, 8.1 rebounds per game) lead New Mexico on the season. Junior guard Sam Merrill (20 points per game) and Portuguese national, freshman center Neemias Queta (11.3 points, 9.1 rebounds per game) continue to lead the Aggies.
The term extensions issued include Cheniere Energy’s Sabine Pass and Corpus Christi LNG export terminals, operating in Louisiana and Texas, respectively The actions follow seven LNG export term extensions issued last week. (Credit: Raw2Jpeg from Pixabay) The U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) extended the terms of three long-term liquefied natural gas (LNG) export authorizations through 2050. Today’s actions follow seven LNG export term extensions issued last week pursuant to an export term policy statement DOE finalized in July.DOE has received a strong positive response to the term extension policy, and has now granted ten applications for LNG export term extensions through 2050.The term extensions issued include Cheniere Energy’s Sabine Pass and Corpus Christi LNG export terminals, operating in Louisiana and Texas, respectively, and Sempra Energy’s Port Arthur LNG project proposed for Port Arthur, Texas. These issuances extend each project’s long-term LNG export authorization to both free trade and non-free trade agreement (non-FTA) countries through December 31, 2050.“The Trump Administration understands the importance of securing American energy jobs and creating opportunities for growth in the energy sector,” said U.S. Secretary of Energy Dan Brouillette. “The development of natural gas in the United States provides tens of thousands of jobs and leads to the investment of tens of billions of dollars in infrastructure development. This policy will sustain these long-term benefits.”The United States is among the top three global exporters of LNG, and its operating export capacity is expected to increase by more than 50% by the end of 2025.“DOE’s extended export term policy provides assurances to industry and the millions of energy jobs that it supports, that this Administration values U.S. LNG as a reliable and abundant resource,” said Deputy Secretary Mark W. Menezes. “The continued success of U.S. LNG exports, especially for power production in European and Asian markets, is helping our friends and allies meet their global emissions reduction goals, while supporting U.S. energy sector workers and infrastructure investments across the country.”Through the term extension applications granted today, long-term LNG export authorizations with export terms through 2050 are now held by Sabine Pass Liquefaction, LLC, Cheniere Marketing, LLC and Corpus Christi Liquefaction, LLC, and Port Arthur LNG, LLC. Source: Company Press Release
In August, UK based Solar Solve Marine received an order from their Australian Distributor to supply 49 SOLASOLV® roller screens for the vessel HMAS Canberra. The vessel is the first of two new Landing Helicopter Docks which are being built for the Royal Australian Navy. Construction of the vessel began in 2011 and the hull was built by Navantia in Spain before being transported to BAE Systems Australia in late 2012 for completion. This vessel will be the largest ship ever operated by the Royal Australian Navy.SOLASOLV® anti glare screens are installed at the windows of all types of ships, rigs and cranes worldwide. They are an essential safety product, effectively rejecting up to 87% of heat and up to 93% of glare from the sun. Eye-strain is significantly reduced ensuring visual displays are easier to read, and a clear outward view is maintained for safer navigation and marine operations. A more ambient room temperature means that the crew are less prone to fatigue which can lead to human error. Suitable for newbuilds and retrofits, SOLASOLV® screens are guaranteed for 7 years and Type Approved by Lloyds, ABS and DNV.Paul Hopkins, Sales & Marketing Executive commented, “We are delighted to be awarded such a prestigious contract. SOLASOLV® sunscreens are installed on many foreign naval vessels throughout the world and we must thank our Australian Distributor and in particular Scott Dalziel who is based in Port Adelaide for all of his efforts in securing this order.”[mappress]Press Release, September 05, 2013; Image: Solar Solve Marine Solar Solve Marine to Supply 49 SOLASOLV® Roller Screens for HMAS Canberra View post tag: Roller September 5, 2013 Equipment & technology View post tag: 49% Back to overview,Home naval-today Solar Solve Marine to Supply 49 SOLASOLV® Roller Screens for HMAS Canberra Share this article View post tag: solve View post tag: HMAS View post tag: Defense View post tag: Naval View post tag: Canberra View post tag: Supply View post tag: Defence View post tag: Screens View post tag: solar View post tag: News by topic View post tag: marine View post tag: Navy View post tag: SOLASOLV®
Back to overview,Home naval-today Sailor aboard US Navy ship tests presumptive positive for coronavirus March 16, 2020, by On March 13, a Sailor assigned to the US Navy’s amphibious assault ship USS Boxer (LHD 4) tested “presumptive positive” for COVID-19, marking the first case for a Sailor aboard a navy ship.The individual is currently quarantined at home in accordance with the Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) Guidelines, the navy said.The test result is considered presumptive positive, pending confirmation by the CDC.Personnel that the individual immediately identified having close contact with have been notified and are in self-isolation at their residences. None of them is aboard the ship currently.USS Boxer is taking appropriate preventative measures and conducting a thorough cleaning.Military health professionals are conducting a thorough contact investigation to determine whether any additional personnel were in close contact and possibly exposed. Depending on the results of that investigation, additional mitigations may be taken, the navy added.The Wasp-class ship is docked at Naval Base San Diego, California.On March 12, a US Navy Reservist was also tested “presumptive positive” for COVID-19 in Maine, marking the first positive case of a US Navy Reservist. View post tag: coronavirus Share this article Sailor aboard US Navy ship tests presumptive positive for coronavirus navaltoday View post tag: USS Boxer Authorities
The annual NJ Run For The Fallen http://www.njrunforthefallen.org/ will take place in Cape May County on Thursday, September 21, 2017. Ocean City’s American Legion, Morvay-Miley Post 524, has been an integral part of this event since its inception nine years ago.The New Jersey Run for the Fallen is an organization of military runners and support crew whose mission is to run one mile for every New Jersey service member killed in Operation Iraqi Freedom, Enduring Freedom and New Dawn. Each mile of sweat and pain and each flag saluted pay homage to one service member’s life and their family.Each mile is dedicated to a fallen NJ Hero and their Gold Star Family, and the run team will stop at each Hero Marker (each mile) to present a flag and personalized biographical card to waiting family members, friends and comrades with the goal of creating a 190+ mile memorial trail through New Jersey.The opening ceremony will be held on Wednesday, September 20, 2017 at Sunset Beach, Cape May Point at 5:30PM.On Thursday, September 21st, the first day of the Run, the runners will depart from Cape May and stop to visit 43 Hero Marker locations honoring the men and women who gave their lives for our Country. There are 11 Markers in Ocean City. The runners will arrive at the Ocean City Hero Markers at the times listed below.Ocean City residents and visitors are encouraged to consider gathering at a marker to pay their respects and honor the sacrifices made by these fallen American heroes.“THEY SHALL GROW NOT OLD, AS WE THAT ARE LEFT GROW OLD; AGE SHALL NOT WEARY THEM, NOR THE YEARS CONDEMN. AT THE GOING DOWN OF THE SUN AND IN THE MORNING WE WILL REMEMBER THEM.” SSgt Aaron Nelson Brown21st St & Wesley Ave4:28 PM Spc. Michael Franklin46th St & Central Ave3:52 PM Capt. Maria I. OrtizSgt. Hector L. Ortiz Jr.Corson’s Inlet Bridge at the State Park sign on the Ocean Drive3:26 PM Sgt. Keith T. BuzinskiBay Ave between 24th St & 25th St5:18 PM S/Sgt. Ingles DosReis55th St & Central Ave3:39 PM Staff Sgt. Stephen J. Sutherland9/11 Pentagon HeroesVeteran’s Memorial Park5th St & Wesley Ave4:51 PM Cpl Terry Ordonez39th St & Central Ave4:02 PM 1st Lt. Robert Wilson Collins15th St & Ocean Ave4:38 PM Sgt. Alessandro “Sandrino” PlutinoUS Marine Heroes – BeirutAmerican Legion Post 5243304 Bay Ave5:30 PM Spc. Ronald H. WildrickWorld War II HeroesVeterans of Foreign Wars Post 665015th St & Bay Ave5:05 PM L/Cpl Jon T. Hicks Jr.29th St & Wesley Ave4:15 PM SERVICE MEMBERSHERO MARKER LOCATIONSTIMES
Twitter Three arrests in two separate incidents for LaPorte County Sheriff bookends holiday weekend Google+ WhatsApp Pinterest (“Cuffs4” by banspy, Attribution 2.0 Generic) It was a busy holiday weeked for law enforcement in LaPorte County starting with the arrest of two people they say are tied to an organization that has been selling heroin in the area. The arrests happen on Friday May 22nd.The two suspects have been identified as Eric Betton on Michigan City and Bryan Wells of Chicago. Both are facing felony dealing charges. No additional information was released about the organization that they have been investigating.You can find more details here with ABC 57 NewsThen on Monday the department arrested a man that was attempting to break into a motel room with a knife.Why the man was attempting to break into the room is unclear, but 34 year old Javier Noyola is now facing a preliminary charge of intimidation. They say he had a 12 inch serrated blade as he was trying to gain entry.The incident happened at the Dunes Inn on N. Frontage Rd. Read more here. WhatsApp Google+ Facebook Twitter IndianaLocalNews Facebook By Carl Stutsman – May 27, 2020 0 389 Previous articleSevere Thunderstorm Warning for part of the listening area this afternoonNext articleAs anticipated RV shipments took a big hit in April Carl Stutsman Pinterest
140 No790 Total Active Cases 164.0 578 12.31% 14048- Dunkirk20 14767- Panama0 2.2% 645 924.0 104 62 2 14136- Silver Creek0 2.7% 455.6 7 592.3 21 14736- Findley Lake0 131 17 34 52 17 13.89% 2.6% 246.4 1147 Symptoms 14138- South Dayton0 0.46% 13 12 0.3% 90.6 181 45 166 12.95% 40-49607 14740- Gerry0 642.6 14720- Celoron0 14722- Chautauqua0 14712- Bemus Point4 3.6% 373.5 29 3 1.0% 19 691.9 18.14% 2.4% 40-493 646.6 80-89153 14063- Fredonia8 12.31% 50-593 3.50% 3.8% 6.54% 1 1.8% 148 0.0 74 NYS Fatality Rate: 4.06%US Fatality Rate: 1.7%Source: John Hopkins University COVID-19 Tracker 12/29/2020 0-390 0.5% 90+3 117 50-59653 14724- Clymer2 3.85% 0.0% 36 44 159 14781- Sherman0 21 13 14081- Irving0 Number 1 96.8 139.8 Fatality Rate by Age Group 14733- Falconer0 100.6 175 3 497.5 0.3% 13 14710- Ashville4 0.49% 0.3% 13.2% 90+74 0.4% 36 Age Group Number 2 185.4 0-19555 30-39566 254.1 14784- Stockton0 14 0 0.8% 14750- Lakewood1 15 21 MAYVILLE – A new COVID-19 related death and 62 new cases of the virus were reported in Chautauqua County on Thursday.The county Health Department’s COVID-19 Dashboard reports the death involved an 80-year-old.Currently, there are 645 active cases with 43 people hospitalized.To date, there have been 4,371 cases of the virus in Chautauqua County, with 3,686 recovering and 40 related deaths. More on the county’s update is posted below:COVID-19 Cases by ZIP Code of Residence 454.8 70-79286 31 502.5 3 60-69538 246.4 1.2% Percent 14728- Dewittville0 Percent of Total Cases 14769- Portland1 6 3 70-7911 0.7% Active Case Rate (per 100,000 residents) 0.00% 0.0 Fatality Rate 825.3 0 0 143.6 19 0.92% Percent 6 6 94 60-693 100.0% 14738- Frewsburg1 3.4% 0.8% COVID-19 Cases by Known Age 3 276.7 0.7% 0.56% 13 32 762 590.6 80-8917 4371 14062- Forestville2 548.6 Age 77 0.8% 1.0% 504.2 14747- Kennedy0 115 1.69% 364.2 26.2% 14701- Jamestown6 1.6% COVID-19 Cases by Presence of Symptoms at Time of Interview 0.7% 3.2% 14757- Mayville2 0 14775- Ripley1 597.9 3 0.3% 14718- Cassadaga0 17.4% 26 92 Yes2468 75.75% Zip Code 2.1% Symptoms Known3258 20-29793 14787- Westfield4 Total Deaths 69 All Ages40 0.0 14723- Cherry Creek0 24.25% 14782- Sinclairville0 New Cases 14716- Brocton6 95.8 14726- Conewango Valley0 37 288.5 4.0% Total Cases 11.11% 12.70% 4.05% 8 Share:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to email this to a friend (Opens in new window)
After connecting its first customer two days before Hurricane Irene struck, ECFiber continues to add new customers along its Phase I route through Bethel, Royalton and Barnard. The second closing of local finance at the beginning of December raised $340,000. This allows ECFiber to build additional miles in Barnard and Royalton and adjacent roads in Tunbridge, Pomfret and Sharon. Once that construction is completed in the summer of 2012, ECFiber expects to have passed approximately 60-65 percent of Barnard households. ECFiber is using an innovative funding method to extend its network, supported by local citizens who lend funds that enable build-out to local neighborhoods within and across member towns. Citizens who invest as little as $2,500 allow ECFiber to reach all households along designated routes. ECFiber determines where it will build by choosing routes that reach the greatest number of unserved businesses and households, which are then connected to ECFiber’s state-of-the-art fiber-optic service. ECFiber is committed to serving 100 percent of the households, businesses and civic institutions in the 23 member towns. It is extending its network in phases, dependent on the amount of local funding it is able to raise. 12/20/2011
By Dialogo June 21, 2012 SOFIA, Bulgaria — A Bulgarian court ordered on June 20 the extradition of suspected drug lord Evelin Banev to Italy, where he is wanted for allegedly masterminding a huge cocaine-smuggling ring from Latin America to Europe. Banev, also known as “Brendo,” is wanted by the Italian authorities as part of an international gang allegedly responsible for trafficking as much as 40 tons of cocaine from Latin America to Europe between 2004 and 2007. A five-year Italian investigation concluded in May found that a Bulgarian gang based in Milan, Italy and Alicante, Spain was supplying the ’Ndrangheta with cocaine from Latin America, the interior ministry said. Bulgarian traffickers transported the drugs by plane and onboard Italian ships, allegedly paid for by Banev. The ships and planes ran between islands in the Caribbean and Venezuela to ports in Spain and the Portuguese island of Madeira. [AFP, 20/06/2012; Sofiaglobe.com (Bulgaria), 20/06/2012]