Ground VLF observations have often been used to infer VLF activity in the magnetosphere, however, they are not an unbiased measure of activity at satellite altitudes due to transionospheric absorption and subionospheric attenuation. We propose several empirical models that control for these effects. VLF power spectral density (PSD) from the VLF/ELF Logger Experiment (VELOX, L=4.6, Halley, Antarctica) is used to predict DEMETER low Earth orbit VLF PSD. Validation correlations of these models are as high as 0.764, thus ground VLF receivers spaced around the Earth could provide complete coverage of outer radiation belt lower band chorus over the latitudinal limits of this model (±45‐75°). Correlations of four frequency bands (centered at 0.5 kHz, 1.0 kHz, 2.0 kHz, and 4.25 kHz) are compared. The simple linear correlation between ground and satellite VLF PSD in the 1.0 kHz channel was 0.606 (at dawn). A cubic model resulted in higher correlation (0.638). VLF penetration to the ground is reduced by ionospheric absorption during solar illumination and by disruption of ducting field lines during disturbed conditions. Subionospheric attenuation also reduces VLF observations from distant field lines. Addition of these covariates improved predictions. Both solar illumination and disturbed conditions reduced ground observation of VLF PSD, with higher power waves penetrating to the ground proportionately less than lower power waves. The effect of illumination in reducing wave penetration was more pronounced at higher frequency (4.25 kHz), with the effect at a mid‐range frequency (2.0 kHz) falling between these two extremes.
A hit off the foul pole in right field resulted in a home run for Mitch McIntyre and the Cougars’ opening run of the game in the second inning. BYU (29-10, 13-5) managed another run in the sixth when Danny Gelalich hit a bunt single then advanced around the bases, finally scoring on a Tiger error. FacebookTwitterLinkedInEmailSTOCKTON, Calif. – Led by another strong outing from Justin Sterner, BYU baseball swept Pacific 5-0 on Saturday at Klein Family Field. Player Highlights Justin Sterner pitched 6.1 scoreless innings, extending his streak to 14.0 innings without a run allowedBYU scored a run in the second and one in the sixth before tacking on three in the eighthThe shutout is BYU’s fourth of the year “I’m really proud of our guys for staying focused today,” BYU head coach Mike Littlewood said. “Justin gave us another great start and our hitters did a great job against one of the better pitchers in the conference.” Blake Inouye came on in the ninth with two on and one out, getting a strikeout and groundout from Pacific to end the game. Robert Lovell BYU will stay in the state to play the Cal Golden Bears on Monday, April 29, at 3 p.m. PT. The game will be televised on the Pac-12 Network and will air on BYU Radio and ESPN 960. Sterner pitched his second-straight game of scoreless baseball, going just over six innings and striking out five. His efforts come one week after he went 7.1 innings without allowing a run at Washington. Sterner improved his record to 8-3 on the year, the most wins of any pitcher in the WCC. April 27, 2019 /Sports News – Local Sterner’s Strong Outing Sweeps Tigers Tags: BYU Cougars Baseball/Justin Sterner/WCC Mitch McIntyre: 2-4, HR, R, RBIDanny Gelalich: 2-3, 2B, R Justin Sterner: W (8-3), 6.1 IP, 0 ER, 5 K Written by Freshman Reid McLaughlin entered the game for the Cougars in the bottom of the seventh with two on and one out, forcing a groundout on his second pitch that lead to a force out at second base and the third out when the runner from first was called for interference. Game Summary The Cougars extended their lead in the following inning, with Gelalich hitting a double then scoring on a Brian Hsu single. Brock Hale and Jackson Cluff each walked to load the bases and Austin Deming followed with a two-RBI single.
Well 6204/11-3 will be drilled from the Borgland Dolphin drilling facility in position 62° 3’ 52.058” N and 04° 22’ 10.418” E Map showing well 6204/11-3. (Credit: Norwegian Petroleum Directorate) The Norwegian Petroleum Directorate has granted Wellesley Petroleum AS a drilling permit for well 6204/11-3, cf. Section 15 of the Resource Management Regulations.Well 6204/11-3 will be drilled from the Borgland Dolphin drilling facility in position 62° 3’ 52.058” N and 04° 22’ 10.418” E. The rig is currently at the shipyard in Kvinesdal.The drilling programme for well 6204/11-3 relates to the drilling of wildcat wells in production licence 829. Wellesley Petroleum AS is the operator with an ownership interest of 60 per cent. The other licensees are Equinor Energy AS (20 per cent) and Petoro AS (20 per cent).The area in this licence consists of parts of blocks 6204/7, 8, 10 and 11. The well will be drilled about 65 kilometres north-northeast of the Peon discovery and about 100 km southwest of Ålesund.Production licence 829 was awarded on 5 February 2016 (APA2015). This is the first exploration well to be drilled in the licence.The permit is contingent on the operator securing all other permits and consents required by other authorities prior to commencing the drilling activity. Source: Company Press Release
FacebookTwitterCopy LinkEmail INDIANAPOLIS – Indiana House Democratic Leader Scott Pelath from Michigan City today issued the following statement after Indiana Gov. Eric Holcomb gave his first State of the State address:“While Republicans in the Legislature are calling for new taxes on Hoosier motorists, it seems our governor is not yet ready to embrace their plan.“The success of any program as massive as this depends on the governor’s ability to sell it to Hoosiers. From what we have seen tonight, it does not appear he is ready to accept that role.“This is the dilemma facing his party. Too many House and Senate Republicans have preached for years that taxes cannot be raised for any reason. Candidly, they have effectively convinced many voters of this as well.“Republicans may be disagreeing with each other before they get around to disagreeing with Democrats.“Truth be told, this is a time for questions. Indiana House Democrats remain wary of calls for sacrifices that are not shared, particularly at a time when these same leaders keep state budget surpluses at impossibly high levels AND cut taxes for corporations, special interests, and the very wealthy.“There is a lot of pleading that must be done to make legislators on both sides of the aisle believe that we should be raising taxes. After tonight’s speech, it remains to be seen what role the governor will play in the debate.“As for the governor’s other proposals, there is much to support in the call for improving the skills of our workforce, but we are simply too timid in our approach to pre-K. The need is obvious enough that we do not have to fiddle with gradual expansions of pilot projects that ignore most of the state.“And when it comes to K-12, there simply isn’t enough of a recognition that we have been slowly starving our public schools of the funds they need to meet their constitutionally-required mandate to educate all children. At some point in time, we have to stop continually throwing money at a laboratory for vouchers and charters, and remind ourselves that we need to look out for all schoolchildren.“Indiana House Democrats will be there to offer advice as Republicans work through their internal debates, particularly when it comes to tax hikes. There are alternatives that don’t ask more from the unconnected.”
Leicestershire-based Geary’s Bakeries is to relocate to a new site and double production of its loaves, following a £1m investment.Joint managing director Tony Marriott told British Baker that Geary’s hopes to be up and running at its new bakery, in Barrow upon Soar, by the end of March 2010. “The company is relocating from its original site – in Ratby – where it has been for 104 years,” he said. The move is due to the increasing logistical difficulties of, for example, getting supplies, such as flour silo deliveries to the bakery, which is currently located in the centre of a village. “It’s also now a very old building,” said Marriott.The move will enable the bakery to ramp up its production. “We currently produce around 700-800,000 speciality rolls a week and about 50,000 loaves a week – and we are expecting to be able to produce 100,000 loaves a week,” he said.The firm has been working on getting the new site ready since June last year, including extensions to the building. The new bakery, based in Hayhill Industrial Estate, is only 10 miles from the old site, but was not previously a bakery, so there has been a lot of work involved, explained Marriott. “Travelling ovens are being put in at the moment, and the provers are already in,” he added.Geary’s had been looking for a suitable site for about three years. Marriott said it had been important to find one close to the original bakery, so that the existing staff could easily move with the firm.The bakery employs around 70 staff at present, but Marriott said there are hopes to employ around 110 staff when the new site is fully up and running.Geary’s predominantly produces bread and rolls for major retailers and sandwich producers, including Samworth Brothers and Uniq.
North Yorkshire deli and cake producer Lewis & Cooper has signed a deal to supply Selfridges with its handmade luxury fruit cakes in the run-up to Christmas this year.Hundreds of Lewis & Cooper’s cakes, including iced and gluten-free varieties, will be on sale in Selfridges stores in London, Birmingham and Manchester from October, after the company impressed journalists at Selfridges’ Christmas press day in July.Linda Walters, Lewis & Cooper’s sales development manager, said: “I’m very proud that such a prestigious retailer as Selfridges has recognised the quality of our made-in-Yorkshire cakes.”Lewis & Cooper, which has stores in Northallerton and Yarm-on-Tees, already wholesales many of its own-label produce to delis, farm shops and restaurants, including Harvey Nichols, English Heritage and The National Trust.Last year, the company made more than 31,000 fruit cakes and 44,000 plum puddings in its kitchens in Northallerton.>>Wholesale success for fine food firm Lewis & Cooper
TAGSBrownsville RoadCass CountyfallenfallingIndianaMichiganSouth Bendsundaytree Twitter Google+ Facebook Twitter (Photo supplied/Berrien County Sheriff’s Office) A man is hurt after being crushed by a fallen tree Sunday.Cass County police were called to the 18,000 block of Brownsville Road just after 6 p.m., where they found a 40-year-old man suffering from injuries.Police report he had been trying to remove trees from his property when one of them fell on top of him. His 14-year-old son was able to remove the tree before calling for help.Fire and EMS crews had to extricate him from the woods, and he was transported by Medflight to South Bend Memorial Hospital.So far, no word on the extend of his injuries. IndianaLocalMichiganNews Pinterest WhatsApp Google+ Facebook WhatsApp Man flown to South Bend hospital after being crushed by fallen tree Pinterest By Brooklyne Beatty – November 30, 2020 0 846 Previous articleMan wanted in Elkhart arrested for firearm possessionNext articleIndiana’s tax on cigarettes may be on the rise Brooklyne Beatty
Enhancements to application and billing processes originally due to be introduced on 20 March 2018 have been delayed to make improvements to our service.This will allow us to make sure that the changes to applications and billing for criminal legal aid work are rolled out as smoothly as possible.As recently announced in our GOV.UK article on 15 March 2018 these improvements will affect: We remain committed to making these changes which will help to reduce the number of rejected applications. They will also save time and money for both providers and the Legal Aid Agency.Keep an eye on GOV.UK for an announcement shortly about the new release date. CRM14 eForm applications CRM4 grant letters
The grain harvest and quality in 2013, was up 4.6% on last year’s levels, according to the final EU-27 cereals estimates, for 2013/14, released by Copa-Cogeca.In its report, Copa-Cogeca also listed data on the sowing intentions for the next marketing year.EU-27 soft wheat production is expected to climb by 6.9% to 135.8 million tonnes (mt) this year – up from 127 m/t in 2012/13, barley production by 6% and maize production by 0.4%.Yield for soft wheat is expected to rise to 5.8 tonnes per hectare (t/ha) from 5.5 t/ha, with the area given to planting is set to increase 1.6% to 23.5 million hectares.According to the report, sowings for the winter period also seem to be good so far but it is too early to tell how it will pan out. “Only in March will farmers be in a position to assess better the acreage for the production,” it said.
Health chiefs have come under fire for launching a consultation on advertising of foods high in fat, sugar or salt (HFSS) while the industry faces Brexit.Views are being sought on the introduction of further restrictions on advertising HFSS foods, including the potential for a 9pm watershed ban on advertising around TV programmes, online streaming sites and social media.Launching the consultation, the Department of Health and Social Care (DHSC) and the Department for Digital, Culture, Media & Sport said ads for sugary and fatty foods were more commonly shown to children than any other category.“Today the government has set out options to tighten advertising restrictions to limit children’s exposure to unhealthy foods across the media they engage with the most,” they stated.But the timing of the consultation has been attacked by the Food and Drink Federation (FDF), which has previously criticised the DHSC for launching a consultation on promotions while food businesses faced uncertainty over Brexit.“Again, this suggests the Department of Health and Social Care has failed to notice the UK is still not out of the Brexit logjam, nor that food and drink companies are battling to ensure the nation is fed,” said FDF chief operating officer Tim Rycroft.He added that the consultation was addressing important matters, but should have been delayed until a no-deal Brexit was completely out of the question, and that the FDF would not be responding to the consultation unless there was a “material change to Brexit prospects”. “Until a delay to the 29 March withdrawal date is agreed by the UK and EU, and Parliament removes that date from the Withdrawal Act, manufacturers will have a total focus on averting the catastrophe of a no-deal Brexit, avoiding food shortages and keeping prices rises to a minimum,” he said.