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10.1051/kmae/2009023 http://www.kmae-journal.org Distribution and dispersal of two invasive crayfish species in the Drava River basin, Croatia ˇ (1) , I.
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Whether you are new to Peace River or an established resident, the information in this booklet will help you to get to know the community a bit better.
Gold River Living July 2017 PAGE 6 Meet The MORRISSETTES An exclusive magazine serving the residents of Gold River Cover Photo By Becci Ravera Photography neighborhood classifieds Gold River Living BULLETIN BOARD • Rustic-chic wedding decorations from my daughter’s wedding.
The Crow Realm The Realm of Crow is a small part of the world. It is nestled in a corner of the land to which few travel. It is a realm of relative peace, with citystates and fiefdoms living together in harmony. Of course, there are bad people, wild animals, bandits, marauders, monsters, goblins, and the realm itslef. The Crow Realm is surrounded on all four sides by natural barriers. To the south there is a great cliff, dropping down to unfathomable depths. People have climbed down but nobody has returned. To the north the mountains grow sharp and cold and become covered in ice and glaciers. People have travelled far north but they have always perished, or turned back in the face of the cold. To the east there is a set of tall mountains, called the Wings, that act rainshadow to the dry desert beyond. People have tried to cross the desert but none have returned. To the west there is the Great Bear Rainforest, a temperate rainforest full of bears. Everybody who goes there gets attacked by bears. Nobody lives there because of all the bears. It sounds like a joke but you won’t be laughing when a bear is eating you. The central geographic feature of the Crow Realm is the Crow’s Throat River, and its tributaties. It is in the river valleys of these channels that the majority of the realm’s folks live. There are nine major towns, all situtated somewhere on this watershed. Most of the realm’s inhabitants are humans, halflings, elves, and dwarves. The elves form the majority in the Alfur river valley, and dwarves can be found in the mountains. RIVERS: Crow’s Throat the main channel of the realm. Runs from the high north to the deep south, terminating in the huge waterfall south of Blackfeather that falls down forever over the cliff. Many large and small towns reside on the banks of this river, including four of the major nine. All other tributaties flow eventually into the Crow’s Throat, so anybody upriver can always meet up downriver. It is a diverse river, with swift mountain rapids and languid floodplain meanders. Alfur the ‘first’ major tributary of the throat. Flows from the east through a heavily wooded valley. Elves form the majority population of this valley and it is their ancestral homeland. Milky the second major tributary, flowing from the west. The central town of Kerry is found at the confluation of the Milky and Crow’s Throat Rivers. The Milky river gets its name from the whitecoloured water, which is a result of glacial till suspended in the current. Sandy a tributary of the Milky river, flowing from the west and south. Named for its sandy bottoms, it is a wide and slowmoving river. The valley is home to huge forests of beech trees that support the glassmaking industry. Farther upriver the headwaters are actually in th GBR so are not travelled to often. Coldwater the third main tributary of the Throat, flowing from the north and west. Calackas is the major city of the river and the region. This river valley has a high dwarf population, especially farther from the river towards the mountains. The river is named for its very cold waters. Many folk perish in the river each year, making it one of the most dangerous travel routes. TOWNS: Listed in order from downriver to upriver. Blackfeather ❖ Largest city in the realm. Economic and cultural capital of humans, halflings, tieflings and halfbloods. ❖ Situated on the fluvial Hemlock Island, which is covered in farmland. Farmland covers other fluvial islands and the river banks. ❖ Ruled from Castle Krage by the Duchess Violet Duke ( AKA Duchess Duke, AKA Double D ). ❖ A few villages/hamlets on the riverbanks that identify as autonymous communities but are governed by the Duchess ( Mill Creek, Foundry, Gold Landing, Wheatport, Tine Darby) . ❖ Known for its belltowers and bells. Keeps good time. Also home to a multitude of churches and temples of all religions. ❖ Largest city on the Crow’s Throat River. ❖ The floodplain is known as Spring Valley and the Duchess has vague control over the area. Irisfield ❖ Situated in a crook in the Crow’s Throat River north of Blackfeather. Very farmingoriented community. Lots of trade and travel to Blackfeather. ❖ Lots of fishing in the river as well. Freshwater shrimp and mussels gathered in the slow meanders. ❖ Home to to the Central Bank & Mint, buying precious metals from northern towns and minting them into coins. Every coin is worth as much as the metal, and the bank has a huge vault with which to give out loans and back its wealth. Sol Ban ❖ Elf capital on the Alfur River. Home to many elves and always a high population of transient elves roaming through. Humans and other races also welcome and present (others are about 30% of the pop). ❖ Home to the Startower. Kinda like a university, where magic, history, science, nature, and all sorts of disciplines are taught. Students come from all around the realm to learn. Mostly elf professors but a handful of others (couple humans, one dwarf). ❖ Cultural capital for the elves but no political sway aside from its immediate surroundings. ❖ On both sides of the Alfur River. A lot of thin fancy bridges, as well as competing ferry services. The north side is home to the shipping docks, more inns, more industry, and the road west. South side is more homes, agriculture, parkland, and the Startower. Novi Marof ❖ Smaller than Sol Ban and deeper into the woods. Fewer permanent residents and higher population of elves (few other races). ❖ Road runs through the mountains north to Broken Ankle. Common trade between the two areas. ❖ A lot of architecture incorporating living wood: treehouses, vine bridges, hedge walls, etc. ❖ Due to proximity to the Wings, receives a lot of precipitation, mostly rain. ❖ Lots of berries and fungi grow here. Known for its interesting and delicious cuisine. Kerry ❖ Possibly the most central town in the realm. At the intersection of the Milky and Crow’s Throat Rivers. ❖ More taverns per capita than any other town. Crazy names and weird special drinks; owners try to outdo each other. ❖ Well known for its spring Milk Festival. A whole weekend each year in late spring where parties are held, cheese is eaten, yogurt is drunk, and milk is quaffed nonstop. ❖ Booming meat industry, beef, pork, goat, and chicken. Slaughterhouse district on the east bank of the river. Jewel ❖ Largest town in the Beech Valley, on the Sandy River. ❖ Home to the Lookingglas Glass Company (LGC). Employs a lot of people and owns a lot of land. Logs beech trees for ash, and sells beech nuts to locals for oil. Factories to smelt it. Transport and production big part of the industry. ❖ Due to its proximity to the Great Bear Rainforest, bears are a common sight, as are other wild animals and monsters. Greenmarket ❖ Huge logging community, on the Crow’s Throat River between conflux of Coldwater and Wolf Creek. Lots of pine trees logged and floated downstream to Irisfield and Blackfeather, as well as the other towns ❖ No government, run by cooperatives and the barter system. Big tradition of using the barter system. Some shops or merchants refuse to take coins entirely. ❖ Lots of sawmills and craft furniture. Calackas ❖ On the Coldwater River near Ice Creek. ❖ Smaller town with high dwarf population. Lots of mining for copper, iron, coal, and tin. ❖ Central part of the town is actually quite a ways from the river. Port facilities, docks, and wharfs found right on the Coldwater, but wide flat roads travel away from the freezing water to the main town. ❖ Areawise the town is small. Works on levels: high towers and deep basements. Underground connections and elevated causeways, both to avoid outdoor travel during the cold winters. Broken Ankle ❖ Nestled tightly in the mountains near the Crow’s Throat river. To the south there is a road through the mountains to Novi Marof. ❖ Lots of mining just like Swift Current. More precious metals though, like gold and platinum. Also silver and coal. ❖ Not much agriculture but heavy trade connections with the elves leads to lots of exotic foods.
Research Rapidly Increasing Polybrominated Diphenyl Ether Concentrations in the Columbia River System from 1992 to 2000 SIERRA RAYNE Department of Chemistry, Box 3065, University of Victoria, Victoria, British Columbia, Canada, V8W 3V6 MICHAEL G.
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A navigation channel in the Coovum River of 70 m width to 64 km long to Thiruvallore may be constructed with 5 lock and gate systems to rise and lowering boats and barrages.
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Head, CWRDM Sub Centre, Kottayam, Kerala, India, Director, Water Institute, Karunya University, Coimbatore, Tamil Nadu, India ABSTRACT The paper discuss about the downstream impacts of flow regulations by Hydro Electric Projects (HEPs) in the Periyar and Muvattupuzha river basins, central Kerala, Southern India.
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Origin and Evolution of the Colorado River System II themed issue Late Miocene erosion and evolution of topography along the western slope of the Colorado Rockies Russell Rosenberg1, Eric Kirby2, Andres Aslan3, Karl Karlstrom4, Matt Heizler 5, and Will Ouimet6 1 Penn State University, Department of Geosciences, University Park, Pennsylvania 16802, USA Oregon State University, College of Earth, Ocean, and Atmospheric Sciences, Corvallis, Oregon 97330, USA 3 Colorado Mesa University, Department of Physical and Environmental Sciences, Grand Junction, Colorado 81501, USA 4 University of New Mexico, Department of Earth and Planetary Sciences, Albuquerque, New Mexico 87131, USA 5 New Mexico Bureau of Geology and Mineral Resources, New Mexico Institute of Mining and Technology, Socorro, New Mexico 87801, USA 6 University of Connecticut, Department of Geography, Storrs, Connecticut 06269, USA 2 ABSTRACT INTRODUCTION In the Colorado Rocky Mountains, the association of high topography and low seismic velocity in the underlying mantle suggests that recent changes in lithospheric buoyancy may have been associated with surface uplift of the range.
aquatic invasive species, Corbicula, Danube River, southern invasion corridor Introduction In this paper we present the distribution of two mussel taxa, Corbicula fluminea (Müller, 1774) and C.
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they visit these holy sites so as to attain enlightenment, to experience serenity and spirituality.Haridwar, Mussoorie, Kempty fall, Yamuna River, Bandar punch Peak view from Barkot, Sri Yamunotri Temple, Prakateshwar Cave, Kashi Vishwnath Temple, Shakti Temple, Bhagirathi River, Sri Gangotri Temple, Gomukh, Tehri Dam, Mandakini River, Sri Kedarnath Temple, Gaurikund, Luxury chardham yatra for NRI 2017 Alaknanda River, Sri Narsingh Temple, Adi Shankarcharya Samadhi, Dhauli River, Sri Badrinath Temple, Byas Gufa, Ganesh Gufa, Bheem Pul, Saraswati River, Mana Village, Pinder River, Nandakini River, Confluence of Bhagirathi and Alaknanda River, Rishikesh, Laxman Jhoola, Ram Jhoola, Swarga Ashram etcIn the morning after an early breakfast, head off for a 42 km drive towards Janki Chatti.
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1 Total Grant Request: $10,850 Church Association: The River Sparta Person Submitting Application: Cassidy Phillips Email: Cassidylaulo@gmail.com Address: 621 N Dixie Ave. Cookeville, TN 38501 Phone: (931) 510-1563 Pastor or Director of Missions: John Phillips Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Address: 123 Moore St. Sparta, TN 38583 Phone: (931) 345-8696 Anticipated Dates of Project: July 1st - August 10th Cassidy Phillips Signature: 2 Table of Contents Abstract . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3 Needs Statement . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4 Background . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5 Objectives . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6 Budget . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7 Timelines/Locations . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8 Volunteer Training . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9 3 Abstract The River Sparta is a Baptist church in Sparta, Tennessee with a specific calling to foster medical missions, specifically through an annual medical missions trip. This annual project takes place over the summer and reaches out to various impoverished communities throughout east Tennessee. This ministry focuses on indiscriminately meeting the physical needs of a community and sharing the gospel of Christ our healer. The River Sparta strategically meets present needs of a community, and also considers how best to fulfill long term visions and goals throughout the year. In 2017 our goal is to reach out to four cities among east Tennessee, and help as many ill and uneducated people as possible, while sharing the message of Jesus as our true healer. If this trip receives the funding it requires, over 2,000 people in East Tennessee will receive medical treatment and education, and over 5,000 will hear the Gospel, many for the first time. Communities will receive genuine and personal attention from committed volunteers from River Sparta and around the country. With funding, thousands will hear the good news of Jesus and their lives will be impacted forever. 4 Needs Statement The River Sparta Community church is in need of funds to continue our medical missions summer program. River Sparta is a churched based in Sparta, Tennessee reaches out to impoverished communities located within the East Grand Region of Tennessee, emphasizing the healing ministry of Jesus. Due to a significantly lower income than surrounding states, East Tennessee contains many communities in desperate need of physical health care. River Sparta specifically reaches out to communities where drug use is high and the population is very ill. Previous medical mission trips consistently reveal not only an exorbitant need for health care, but for a message of spiritual hope. The medical missions program brings a message of hope by helping to meet physical health needs and also sharing the joy and freedom that Jesus brings to one’s life. The River Sparta has a faithful body of members that generously give their time and money to the summer medical missions program, but in order to accomplish outreach on such a broad spectrum this summer, the program is in need of additional funds. Specifically the program is in need of funds for the purchase of medicine and medical supplies and equipment. The River Sparta believes that God is calling our program to reach out to more areas and communities this summer than ever before, and significant funds are required to fulfill this calling. 5 Background The River Sparta was founded in August of 2005. The church was founded by John and April Phillips, a couple who had a deep passion for medical missions. In 2006, when the The River Sparta was still a church plant of 50 people, they went on their first medical missions trip to east Tennessee with funding from a neighboring church and donations from the church body. Though this trip had low funding and a small team, is was highly productive and truly defined The River Sparta’s calling as a medical missions oriented church. After that first medical missions trip, River Sparta has gone to east Tennessee every year and plans for the trip year round. The church’s long term visions and goals are alway to grow the medical missions ministry in east Tennessee and improve on past years.
2454-9290, Volume-3, Issue-3, March 2017 Study on The Properties Of Polyester Resin Mortar Using River Sand Suchampa bagchi Abstract— The purpose of this study is to investigate the properties of polyester resin using the river sand and fly ash and GGBS as micro filler.
C losing my eyes, I pulled the wool blankets tight in my canvas bedroll and tried to imagine the thoughts of frontiersman John Day, who two hundred years earlier had camped beside this same Oregon river, which now bears his name.