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*U* UFO Database by Larry Hatch (Copied into Google Docs from: http://www.larryhatch.net/) This is the home of the *U* Database. *U* is a serious 20 year UFO research effort to catalog, map, and do statistics on UFO reports worldwide. Dates range from recent to ancient times. Foo fighters, ghost rockets, flying saucers, disks, cones, domes, wheels, spheres, probes, deltoids, flying triangles, cylinders; boomerang, lens and related shapes; landings, robots and even humanoid occupants are reported. Sighting waves from 1947, 1950, 1952, 1954, 1973 etc. are mapped and graphed. Discovered hoaxes and misidentified mundane events are weeded out. Fireballs, nightlights and similar phenomena with low information content are passed over. *U* does not catalog miracles, chupacabras, bigfoot, crop circles, folklore, ghosts, paranormal, newage nor Fortean events unless clearly UFO related. Cult and contactee tales are extremely suspect. Still, a surprising 18,552 UFO / OVNI sightings are listed, from a large set of reference sources. None of this proves or disproves the extraterrestrial hypothesis (ETH), alien abductions, time travel, extra space dimensions or even wilder theories. This website shows UFO maps and graphs hoping that real patterns or clues may emerge, UFO evidence if not proof, some genuine ufology at least. As of June 2006, *U* holds 18,552 carefully filtered UFO events, distilled from hundreds of books, major journals, catalogs, correspondence and other sources. Scope is worldwide, for all dates from antiquity to the present. It took two decades to sift carefully through that mountain of materials. Junk "UFOs" (nightlights, fireballs, discovered hoaxes etc.) are systematically filtered out. Otherwise, *U* would bloat to several times its present size. HOW *U* WORKS: Data Retrieval Users would set Search Limits from any all or none of some 90+ filters. For example, screen data by Geographical Coordinates, Dates, hours of the day (any set!) 64 different "Attributes", by keyword/SearchPhrase, Continent, Country, Environment, Strangeness, Credibility, References and more... in any combination. A special mechanism tags any record or set of records automatically or manually, for special studies. One example was a policeman who wanted all sightings from Georgia, and all others anywhere involving the police. He could have further limited and refined the data 80+ different ways if he chose. Global UFO Maps *U* maps any or all sightings, using the same filters, anywhere on the globe. Maps zoom in and out; shift up, down, left, right. Map displays may jump to most any country with 2 or 3 keys. UFO sightings show as 1 to 4 pixels. The user may adjust brightness and colors. Up to four different groups of sightings may be displayed on the same map screens, each colorgroup with a unique set of search filters. A special "RotationMap" feature scans thru the data, erasing older sightings as it adds new ones. This shows UFO activity shifting from place to place over time. Maps may be shown on a "flat" or spherical projection. From the flat map, you can click your mouse on a sightingpixel and retrieve the original record from the data! See some samples UFO MAP Screens. * STEP or JUMP through the records. Jump to any year. Step forward and backward by months. (Records are strictly chronological) * One Keystroke will display a map with the last record perfectly centered! * Perform numerous built in statistical functions, again with or without the filter mechanism described above. * Editing data: Any record may be altered or deleted at any time. New records are added regularly. * Printouts: Any screendumps (data retrieval) can be mirrored to a printer. * All records show at least one good reference. Some well documented cases list 2, 3 or more. * *U* can SEARCH by Date; Time of day; Continent, Country, State or Province; Specific Months; by SEARCH PHRASE or SEARCH WORD, by any of 64 attributes; by Strangeness, Credibility, and more... In any combination. Astronomical Clock An Astronomical Clock runs in real time, displaying the positions of the Sun, Moon and planets. In short, planetary positions data is shown for the time and place of the actual UFO sighting. Statistical Functions A SEPARATE STATISTICS MENU enables: * Colorful Bar Charts break sightings down by YEAR and months of each year, by weekdays, yeardays (1365) * Sightings by Months Only without regard to years; .. by time of day; by Sidereal Time (right ascension); .. by Lunar Position; by Continents; by Terrain/environment. * Another statistical function finds sightings waves; (proximity of time and place)... Flaps are sorted and listed by events counts. * StatebyState breakdowns for USA and Canada. Statistics by population, area in square miles and population density. (Britain and France are included for comparison.) * Fast simple event counts, broken down by decades and continents. * Another function finds the BUSIEST DAYS in UFO HISTORY, for any country or all countries combined... for any era or all time... Again, all search filterlimits are available. *U* also provides: >> MOUSE SUPPORT for all menus and most screens. >> 50+ Popup HELP WINDOWS. >> A separate "utilities" menu for error trapping, and files maintenance. Every part of the world was handmapped in outline, with good accuracy but low detail. Map displays resolve to less than 630 Meters, with time resolving to 10 minute increments, source data permitting. Every reasonable effort and countless hours of library research were expended to ensure accuracy. Known hoaxes and misidentifications are tagged, derated or delisted. Sources are cross checked for accurate date, data, detail and coordinates. *U* Records Fields: Each record has 85 discrete fields, grouped as: * DATE and Time of Day (local legal time). Year, Month, Day and Time each have little fields denoting accuracy. * LONGITUDE & LATITUDE to 20 seconds (621 Meters or less) * CONTINENT, COUNTRY and STATE, PROVINCE or other subdivision. * TEXT: 78 characters: Placename and a synopsis of the sighting. * TERRAIN TYPE. (one of 20) * REFERENCES: Book or other source with PAGE NUMBER or Issue No. * STRANGENESS & CREDIBILITY: Rated arbitrarily but consistently. * 64 ATTRIBUTES: UFO types, activities, landings, beings.. much more. Attributes may be filtered inclusively or exclusively. Testimonials! " Larry Hatch's UFO Database is remarkable as a source of documentation which encompasses most of the existing compilations in a single, easily researchable file. As a research tool it clearly surpasses all previous efforts at cataloging carefully screened UFO data. And, the graphic and mapping facilities are simply superb. " Jacques Vallee 23 NOV 1994 " Nobody else has this! " Richard F. Haines Ph.D " .. the best database available! " Dr. Peter A. Sturrock, Stanford, 26 OCT 1999 " I strongly recommend this software to anyone in UFO research because of its scope. It is a genuine bargain at the price and Larry Hatch provides a phone number for customer support.. " (now email LH) Edward Zeller Ph.D in MUFON JOURNAL Feb.1995 " ..une REMARQUABLE base de donnees sur les OVNIS.. Nous recommendons VIVEMENT ce logiciel a toutes le personnes, chercheurs o non.. " Dominique Weinstein: (Review for LDLN June 1995) " ROLIG USAbas for PC .. Mojligheterna att med din persondator gora roliga saker och leta efter information okar dagligen.. " Anders Liljegren: AFU Newsletter, Sweden. May '95
She examined a little sprout of grass and pulled, the hatch was too heavy for her to open it all the way back, there has to be a way for a single person to do it.
Biologists Investigate Novel Way to Repopulate Brook Trout Native to the Southern Appalachian Mountains Each of these hatcheries have different water sources: the Tennessee Aquarium Conservation Institute uses recirculating water in their systems; the Tellico Trout Hatchery uses stream water; and the Erwin Trout Hatchery is springfed. As part of these efforts, fisheries biologist Brad Cook and his team, including graduate student T.J. Johnson, were called in to collect data on which of these methods is the best. (Cookeville, Tenn.) The Tennessee Wildlife Resources Agency (TWRA) and the U.S. Forest Service are interested in protecting a species of fish that, while not endangered, is declining in numbers. The brook trout Salvelinus fontinalis is the only species native to the southern Appalachian Mountains, and—thanks to encroachment from other fish, acid deposition and dropping pH levels—are now restricted to extreme headwaters. While techniques like electrofishing and angling have been used to remove rainbow trout Oncorhynchs mykiss, the fish that are competing for the brook trout’s habitat, methods of restocking are helping supplement those efforts and repopulate the brook trout in their home. One method of restocking involves translocation, or moving fish from other areas to the new stream. But, genetically, that might not be the best way. The use of hatcheries to raise brook trout populations seems to be the most effective way of restocking. In 1992, TWRA began raising southern Appalachian brook trout at Tellico Trout Hatchery. The Tennessee Aquarium Conservation Institute, the Tellico Trout Hatchery, and the Erwin Trout Hatchery are now raising brook trout for this research project. The research team collects brood fish each fall from Sycamore Creek and from Left Pring Hampton Creek. About 50 male and female adult fish, ranging from five to ten inches long, are taken to the Tennessee Aquarium Conservation Institute and the Tellico Trout Hatchery where the researchers take milt from males and eggs from females and then place the fertilized eggs in incubation jars until they hatch. “The colder the water temperature, the longer it takes for hatching,” Cook said. According to Johnson’s data, the spawnings in 2013 were the most productive at the Aquarium Hatchery, with approximately 53% of the eggs surviving from the eyed egg stage to the fingerling stage, in which the fish can be transported back to the river. “The fingerlings are packed in thick plastic bags and transported by horse to the streams in September,” Johnson said. “There they are evenly distributed along the streams. If they live until March and survive the winter, we consider the fish as having recruited to the population.” The researchers mark the fish with pliable plastic tags to distinguish which hatchery they originated from. They are careful to restock fish back into the stream from which they originated, i.e., Left Prong Hampton Creek fish back into Left Prong Hampton Creek and the Sycamore Creek fish back into Sycamore. The researchers revisit the sites 30, 90 and 180 days after stocking. While mortality of stocked fish is possible through predation and prolonged cold temperatures, researchers are not sure to what extent this occurs because flood events can also push them down stream, in which case they may not be dead. Researchers know that angling is not a major threat to brook trout because their size and the difficulty in reaching their habitat keeps them from being as desirable a catch as other fishes to most anglers. “This helps tell us that hatchery propagation and stocking methods are suitable techniques to establish these populations of fish,” Cook said. “Eventually, we hope that we won’t have to stock them, but we’re going to gather another years’ worth of data before the project will be complete. “We’re finding that Sycamore Creek is in need of restoration, but it’s becoming a good population of brook trout whereas Left Prong Hampton Creek is already a good population. “This project is teaching us a lot about the brook trout’s habitat and survival needs,” Cook said. He and Johnson want to publish their work to make future restocking and restoration efforts more effective. Johnson has already presented his data at state meetings. He plans to graduate with a master’s degree through the project in May 2016. Follow our social media to stay current on all things WRC: @TnTechWaterCenter fb.me/TnTechWaterCenter
After successfully compacting the camping gear into the hatch, we were able to enjoy the drive back to the ‘spiritual home’ of our 924s Le Mans and experience all the atmosphere that goes with the festival which is Le Vingt -Quatre du Mans!
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EDUCATION University of British Columbia – Graduating 2021 • Majoring in Visual Art and Anthropology • Tuum Est Experiential Learning Award Recipient Richmond Secondary School – Honors High School Diploma • Outstanding Service Award, Subject awards in English and History VOLUNTEER EXPERIENCE Gallery Attendant – UBC Hatch Gallery • Greeting visitors as they come in, providing information regarding exhibition • Handling artwork and ensuring safe storage while Gallery is closed • Encouraging participation by engaging with guests Stage Manager – Mainstage Theater Production at Richmond Secondary School • Leading the backstage environment • Paying attention to detail while overseeing overall run of production • Handling high stress situations • Communicating clearly to cast and crew January 2018 – Ongoing 2013 – 2017 RELAVENT COURSEWORK Introduction to Cultural Anthropology • Inquiry into Anthropological practice through case studies of world culture Visual Art: