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Earthquakes

Earthquakes

Earthquakes. Chapter 6 February 2012 This topic will shake you up. Stress. Stress- a force (energy) that acts on rock to change its shape or volume Types of Stress Tension- pulls or stretches rock so that it becomes thinner in the middle. This happens at divergent plate boundaries.

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Monitoring Earthquakes

Monitoring Earthquakes

Monitoring Earthquakes. Chapter 2, Section 3. Did you Know? The problem of predicting Earthquakes is one of the many scientific questions that remains unsolved!. It is important for scientists to develop ways to predict earthquakes because:.

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Lesson 3 – Monitoring Earthquakes

Lesson 3 – Monitoring Earthquakes

Lesson 3 – Monitoring Earthquakes. Chapter 2. The Seismograph. Seismic waves cause the seismograph’s drum to vibrate. But the suspended weight with the pen attached moves very little. Therefore, the pen stays in place and records the drum’s vibrations. Measuring and Reading Seismic Waves.

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Wind  – Horizontal movements of air.

Wind – Horizontal movements of air.

Wind – Horizontal movements of air. Currents, Updrafts, or Downdrafts – Vertical air movements. Conduction – The transfer of heat by direct contact. How an electric stove heats a teakettle. Air will always, if allowed, flow from a region of higher pressure to a region of lower pressure.

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THE BRAIN’S CONTROL OF HORIZONTAL SACCADIC  EYE MOVEMENTS

THE BRAIN’S CONTROL OF HORIZONTAL SACCADIC EYE MOVEMENTS

THE BRAIN’S CONTROL OF HORIZONTAL SACCADIC EYE MOVEMENTS. Shirley H. Wray, M.D., Ph.D. The Brain controls how the eyes move by processing information in multiple well delineated cortical regions called eyes fields. http://www.inma.ucl.ac.be/EYELAB/neurophysio/perception_action/saccades.html.

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Horizontal

Horizontal

Curves. Horizontal. Introduction. Use of curves, horizontal and vertical. Types of horizontal curves: Circular and spiral. We will cover circular curves only, spiral curves are given for future reference. Definitions :

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Horizontal

Horizontal

Curves. Horizontal. Circular Curves Layout by Deflection Angles with a Total Station or an EDM. All stations will be positioned from PC. Compute the chord length and the deflection angle from the direction PC-PI as follows: (see fig 25-6). S a D. C a = 2R sin  a.  a =. (degrees).

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Horizontal

Horizontal

Readings: 24-1 to 24-8, Figures: 24-1 to 24-6, 24-12, and 24-16 Examples: 24-1, 24-2, . Curves. Horizontal. Required: Readings: 24-1 to 24-8, Figures: 24-1 to 24-6, 24-12, and 24-16 Examples: 24-1 and 24-2. Introduction. Use of curves, horizontal and vertical.

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Horizontal

Horizontal

Curves. Horizontal. Required: Readings: 24-1 to 24-8, Figures: 24-1 to 24-6, 24-12, and 24-16 Examples: 24-1 and 24-2. Introduction. Use of curves, horizontal and vertical. Types of horizontal curves: Circular and spiral.

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Movements

Movements

Movements. Flexion-Extension. Flexion - reduces the angle between two bones at a joint. Usually a sagittal plane movement E.g., Biceps curl Lifting the weight reduces the angle at the joint = flexion Lowering the weight increases the angle at the join = extension.

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MOVEMENTS

MOVEMENTS

MOVEMENTS. -Movement around a joint may be around any one (or more) of three axes -Most movements are found in pairs -For every movement, there is generally a movement that is opposite to it. FLEXION-EXTENSION. Flexion – reduces the angle between two bones at a joint

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Fault

Fault

Fault. Toleran c e. and. Rel i abil i ty in. DS. Fau l t Tol e rance.  Basic conce p ts. in fa u lt t ol e ra n ce.  M a s k ing fa i lure. by re d u n d a ncy.  Process resili e nce. Mot i vation.  Single machine systems  Failures are all or nothing  OS crash, disk failures

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Horizontal Integration

Horizontal Integration

Horizontal Integration. Consolidation (business) More than 50% ownership — Subsidiary. horizontal integration:is the combination of firms in the same business lines and markets. Peace journalism - Objectivity.

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