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Le parc national des îles Vierges (Virgin Islands National Park) est un parc national des États-Unis situé dans les îles Vierges, un archipel des Caraïbes. Le parc a été créé par le Congrès des États-Unis en 1956 afin de préserver la faune et la flore dans le but de favoriser le tourisme liter glass bottle. Il est réputé pour ses fonds marins et sa forêt tropicale. Le parc couvre environ 60 % de l’île de Saint-John. Il reçoit la visite d’environ 725 000 visiteurs chaque année.

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;; Thalassia testudinum et Syringodium filiforme) et à une centaine de mètres d’un récif naturel, ce parc abrite l’un des premiers grands récifs artificiels construit aux États-Unis en 1960 au moyen de 800 blocs de béton immergés à 9 mètres de profondeur dans la baie Little Lameshur Bay, grâce auquel on a démontré (1981) que les études sur des petits récifs artificiels ou des récifs naturels ne permettaient pas de prédire par extrapolation le comportement et l’intérêt de grands récifs artificiels pro goalie gloves, notamment concernant leur aptitude à abriter des complexes d’espèces cryptiques.

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Meduna di Livenza

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Meduna di Livenza ist eine nordostitalienische Gemeinde (comune) mit 2861 Einwohnern (Stand 31. Dezember 2015) in der Provinz Treviso in Venetien. Die Gemeinde liegt etwa 32,5 Kilometer nordöstlich von Treviso an der Livenza und grenzt unmittelbar an die Provinzen Pordenone und Venedig.

Durch die Gemeinde führt die frühere Strada Statale 53 Postumia (heute eine Regionalstraße) von Vicenza nach Portogruaro.

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Gustav Ammann

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Gustav Ammann (* 9. Juli 1885 in Zürich; † 23. März 1955 ebenda) war ein Schweizer Landschaftsarchitekt, der in der ersten Hälfte des 20. Jahrhunderts die Gartenarchitektur in der Schweiz entscheidend prägte, vor allem auch durch zahlreiche richtungsweisende Veröffentlichungen.

Ammann electric meat tenderiser, der in gutbürgerlichen Verhältnissen als Sohn des Präsidenten des Bezirksgerichts auf dem Gut Bürgli in Zürich-Enge aufwuchs, wollte schon früh den Gärtnerberuf ergreifen. Jedoch besuchte er nach Besuch der Primar- und Sekundarschule auf Drängen seiner Eltern 1901 zunächst die kantonale Handelsschule, brach das eidgenössische Handelsdiplom 1903 aber zugunsten einer Gärtnerlehre in der renommierten Garten- und Landschaftsbaufirma Froebel’s Erben ab, die er bis 1905 absolvierte. Anschliessend war er beim Botanischen Garten angestellt und besuchte zugleich Vorlesungen bei dessen Leiter, Hans Schinz, der zugleich Botanikprofessor an der Universität Zürich war. 1907 brach er nach Deutschland auf, wo er zunächst in dem Gartenarchitekturbüro von Reinhold Hoemann, einem engagierten Vertreter des Reformstils. Nachdem er dort anderthalb Jahre gearbeitet hatte, setzte Ammann seine Ausbildung ab 1908 an der Kunstgewerbe- und Handwerkerschule Magdeburg fort, wo er statt des Vollstudiums Tageskurse belegte – vor allem im Zeichnen und Darstellen – und fächerübergreifend mit Kommilitonen aus anderen Bereichen zusammenkam. Ab 1909 bis 1911 arbeitete für verschiedene Büros, nämlich Franz Paetz in Düsseldorf und, nach einem kurzen wenig erfolgreichen Aufenthalt in London, für Ludwig Lesser in Berlin und dann für die Hamburger Firma von Jakob Ochs, bei der der spätere deutsche Garten- und Sozialreformer Leberecht Migge künstlerischer Leiter war.

Von 1911 bis zur Auflösung der Firma 1933 war Ammann leitender Gartenarchitekt bei Otto Froebels Erben

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, wo er unter anderen den jungen Architekten Richard Neutra als Gärtnerlehrling später auch den Landschaftsarchitekten Ernst Cramer ausbildete. 1934 gründete Ammann sein eigenes Büro in Zürich und arbeitete mit den führenden modernen Architekten der Schweiz zusammen, unter anderem mit Max Frisch und den CIAM-Architekten Max Ernst Haefeli und Werner Max Moser best electric lint remover. Zu seinen wichtigsten Projekten zählen zahlreiche „natürlich“ gestaltete Garten- und Parkanlagen im sogenannten Wohngartenstil der Moderne, der Elemente des deutschen und englischen Reformgartens der Jahrhundertwende weiter entwickelte. Amman war leitender Gartenarchitekt der Zürcher Gartenausstellung ZÜGA 1933 und der Schweizerische Landesausstellung Landi 1939. In zahlreichen Artikeln und in seinem Buch Blühende Gärten 1955 prägte er den gartentheoretischen Diskurs seiner Zeit. Im Rahmen des europäischen Wiederaufbaus nach dem Zweiten Weltkrieg galten Ammanns Arbeiten als vorbildlich. Ammann war unter anderem Präsident des Bundes Schweizer Gartengestalter (BSG) und Generalsekretär der International Federation of Landscape Architects (IFLA) sowie Mitglied des Schweizerischen Werkbundes.

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Åkerneset

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Åkerneset è una località della Norvegia situata nella contea di Møre og Romsdal, in particolare sulle rive del fiordo di Sunnylv waterproof accessories.

La località è nota soprattutto per la presenza di un’imponente frana che incombe sulle acque del fiordo, studiata e costantemente monitorata da diversi anni proprio per la sua pericolosità, in una zona in cui altre frane di dimensioni rilevanti sono state registrate in passato.

La frana di Åkerneset, studiata per la prima volta alla fine degli anni ottanta dal Norwegian Geotechnical Institute, ha dimensioni di rilievo: alcuni autori parlano di una superficie interessata di circa 780.000 m² ed un volume roccioso tra i 30 e i 45 milioni di m³, mentre altri indicano dimensioni più ridotte (300.000 m² di superficie e 5-6 milioni di m³ di volume roccioso) ma comunque di rilievo leak proof water bottle.

La frana è situata su un pendio con un’inclinazione verso sud-est di 35-40° pineapple to tenderize meat; la superficie su cui poggia è costituita da gneiss quarzitici e feldspatici caratterizzati da una fitta fratturazione clothes shaver, anch’essa verso sud-est. La massa franosa presenta numerose fratture e rotture da tensione ed è interamente coperta da ghiaione e blocchi rocciosi; sulla superficie si susseguono diverse fratture aperte, il cui progresso in ampiezza è stato misurato in circa 4 cm all’anno. Nella parte inferiore, a contatto con la superficie d’appoggio, sono state rilevate brecce finemente granulate contenenti biotite e minerali argillosi.

Secondo gli studi, iniziati in maniera intensiva e costante nel 2004, l’eventuale caduta della massa rocciosa nel fiordo sottostante sarebbe in grado di creare uno tsunami in grado di colpire diversi villaggi situati nella parte più interna del fiordo, interessando una popolazione che è tra 200 e 800 abitanti durante tutto l’arco dell’anno e di diverse migliaia durante la stagione turistica.

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Pia Raug

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Pia Raug Nielsen (født 21. februar 1953 i Odense) er en dansk sangerinne og forfatter, engasjert på den politiske venstresiden.

Raug vokste opp i et hjem med en far som var musiker, og blant annet spilte på sag. Da hun i 1973 flyttet til Århus og begynte på Aarhus Universitet kom hun snart i kontakt med byens folkemusikkmiljø og begynte å opptre.

Hun ga ut sin første LP i 1978, Hej lille drøm. Den sikret henne gullplate for 50 000 solgte eksemplarer. Siden har hun gitt ut en rekke musikkalbum og publisert bøker.

Raug stilte i 1991 opp for Enhedslisten, dog uten å bli valgt inn. På Junibevægelsens landsmøte i 2008 ble hun valgt inn i organisasjonens ledelse. Raug har også blitt valgt som den danske opphavsrettsorganisasjonen Kodas representant på komponistenes verdenskongress. Hun ledet interesseorganisasjonenn DJBFA, Danske Jazz-, Beat- og Folkemusik Autorer fra 2008 til 2012.

De siste år har Raug især sunget salmer og ofte opptrådt i kirker.

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Batería de Roldán

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La Batería de Roldán, también conocida como C-51, es una fortificación española de soporte de artillería antiaérea situada en el monte Roldán, dentro del término municipal de Cartagena (Región de Murcia), y más concretamente en la diputación de Canteras phone holder while running. Fue declarada Bien de Interés Cultural el 7 de agosto de 1997.

La batería fue proyectada y construida en 1926, durante el programa de dotación de un cinturón defensivo a la estratégica plaza de Cartagena por la dictadura de Primo de Rivera. En 1933 se le dotó de cuatro cañones antiaéreos de calibre 105/45 y modelo 1923, de la empresa británica Vickers-Armstrongs.

Durante la Guerra Civil fue incluida en el programa republicano de Defensa Especial Contra Aviones (DECA) con el objetivo de defender la estratégica base naval de Cartagena de los bombardeos de la aviación del bando sublevado, que contaba con la ayuda de la Legión Cóndor alemana y la Aviación Legionaria italiana. En cumplimiento de esta misión descargó más de 600 disparos entre el 15 de abril de 1937 y el 21 de julio de 1938. En marzo de 1939 estalló una sublevación de elementos favorables a un fin negociado de la contienda que consigue hacerse con la base y algunas baterías costeras. Entre ellas no estaba sin embargo la de Roldán, que el día 6 abre fuego contra una escuadrilla de aeronaves franquistas hasta que los cañonazos provenientes de la Batería de Jorel la fuerzan a detenerse.

Finalizado el conflicto, la batería continúa en servicio, sufriendo la explosión accidental de su polvorín en abril de 1959, sin heridos en su personal. En 1965 fue desactivada durante la reorganización de las Fuerzas Armadas llevada a cabo por el ministro Camilo Menéndez Tolosa, y en la actualidad permanece abandonada best football shirts, incluida en las rutas de senderismo locales.

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La azotea consiste en un entramado de vigas de hierro apoyado sobre el talud del promontorio y el muro de la fachada que cierra los arsenales, decorado con paramentos modernistas, el estilo arquitectónico en boga en Cartagena durante los años de la construcción. Los puestos de mando y de dirección de tiro por su parte quedan soterrados casi en su totalidad, dejando las partes expuestas al exterior mimetizadas con el paisaje gracias a que fueron levantadas con conglomerados de bloques de piedra.

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Tropical Storm Isidore (1984)

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Tropical Storm Isidore was the 15th tropical cyclone and 9th named storm of the 1984 Atlantic hurricane season. Isidore formed as a tropical depression on September 25, while situated off the southeastern Bahamas. The depression headed west, and was upgraded to a tropical storm in the central Bahamas the next day. It made landfall near Jupiter, Florida, and retaining tropical storm strength, Isidore curved to the northeast, emerging over water near Jacksonville, Florida. Isidore continued northeast until it was absorbed by a frontal system on October 1. Though damage was generally light, the storm affected several regions from the Bahamas to the U.S. East Coast. One death was reported in Florida, and total damage is estimated at $1 million (1984 USD).

The storm system that would become Isidore originated in a nearly stationary frontal boundary situated near the Bahamas. On September 24, a ship reported winds of about 30 mph (48 km/h) in association with the disturbance. However, satellite imagery indicated that convection was just beginning to organize. Satellite imagery and Air Force reconnaissance reports documented the formation of a tropical depression early on September 25; a special statement was later issued by the National Hurricane Center (NHC) confirming the existence of the depression, and tropical cyclone advisories were initiated at 12 pm EDT. The depression moved west-northwest while tracking through the Bahamas. As it did so, it moved across Cat Island and passed near several others. The cyclone attained tropical storm status on September 26, receiving the name “Isidore”.

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Due to its mild nature, Isidore was described as a “safety test”. Gale warnings were issued from as far south as Key West, Florida, to as far north as Virginia, including parts of Georgia, South Carolina, and North Carolina. A private meteorological service stated that Isidore was to intensify to hurricane status, leading to some confusion regarding preparations. Along the Treasure Coast of Florida, citrus farmers burned seedlings potentially infected with canker to prevent heavy rains from spreading the disease. Red Cross volunteers readied a shelter with supplies such as cots and sheets, though it remained unused. In Martin County, hundreds of firefighters were on standby. In Miami, rain from the storm led to the cancellation of horse races at the Calder Race Course. State parks in Monroe County were temporarily closed.

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In Nassau, Bahamas, Isidore produced flooding rains and gales. There, the storm forced the closure of schools and banks. Heavy precipitation fell throughout the island chain, but no serious damage was reported.

Winds from Isidore gusted to 73 mph (117 km/h) in the St. Augustine, Florida area. Elsewhere, 65 mph (105 km/h) winds were recorded. At Mayport, winds were sustained at 43 mph (69 km/h). In northern portions of the state, peak rainfall totals ranged from 5 to 7 in (130 to 180 mm), much of which was associated with an intense convective band to the north and east of the cyclone’s center. One tornado, ranked F1 on the Fujita scale, touched down near Savannah, Georgia. Power outages were mostly minor and scattered. Tides generally ran under 3 ft (0.91 m) above normal; combined with high winds, the tides contributed to severe and widespread beach erosion along the eastern coast of central Florida, threatening structures at times. A large custom team uniforms, $500,000 beach restoration fill was washed away. Additionally, segments of State Road A1A were damaged. On Hutchinson Island, many eggs and nests of Caretta caretta and Chelonia mydas, respectively, were destroyed. One man was electrocuted as a result of the storm near Orlando. Another man was injured while attempting to land his plane in high winds. Throughout the state, overall damage was generally insignificant.

The storm also dropped heavy precipitation along the coasts of Georgia, South Carolina, and North Carolina, with sporadic showers in parts of Virginia. Offshore, swells of 12 to 15 ft (3.7 to 4.6 m) extensively damaged a wooden ship, the Phoenix. The vessel “barely escaped destruction”, though a crew member suffered a cracked rib. Across its path, Isidore was estimated to have inflicted $1 million in damage.

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Drakensberg (montagne)

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Le Drakensberg est une chaîne de montagnes d’Afrique du Sud et du Lesotho qui se prolonge, au nord, au Swaziland best lime squeezer.

Un parc classé sur la liste du patrimoine mondial protège la faune, la flore et les vestiges archéologiques locaux.

Les Afrikaners l’ont baptisé Drakensberg, c’est-à-dire les « montagnes du Dragon » ; avant eux, les Zoulous l’appelèrent Quathlamba (aussi écrit uKhahlamba) que l’on peut traduire par « rempart de lances ». Chacun à sa manière, ces deux noms évoquent bien l’aspect de ces escarpements de quartz, de ces gorges taillées par l’érosion dans les schistes tendres. Prenant son origine dans la province du Cap-Oriental, à la limite est du Grand Karoo, le Drakensberg traverse ensuite la province du Kwazulu-Natal, où il matérialise en quelque sorte la frontière entre le Lesotho et le Natal football grip socks. Il se prolonge au nord en s’adoucissant sur plus de 400 kilomètres, avant de reprendre de l’altitude dans la province sud-africaine de Mpumalanga, autrefois le Transvaal-Est. Aussi parle-t-on de Drakensberg du Natal et de Drakensberg du Transvaal (ou parfois « Grand escarpement du Drakensberg ») football knee socks. Enfin la chaîne de montagnes prend fin au nord aux abords des vallées de l’Elands et de l’Olifants.

Le Thabana Ntlenyana (3 482 m) et le Makheka (3 461 m) sont les plus hauts sommets de la chaîne. Ils se situent tous deux au Lesotho. Quant au Mafadi, il est avec ses 3 450 mètres d’altitude le plus haut sommet d’Afrique du Sud (province du Kwazulu-Natal).

Un des panoramas les plus connus du parc national du Drakensberg se situe au nord dans le Royal Natal Park ; il s’agit de l’Amphithéâtre.

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Thomas Robert Noel Lothian

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Thomas Robert Noel Lothian OBE (born 1915-died 2004) was an Australian botanist.

Lothian was born on 25 December 1915 in the Melbourne, suburb of Mont Albert. After completing school, he studied at Burnley Horticultural College. He worked in botanical gardens in Melbourne and at the Christchurch Botanic Gardens in New Zealand, then started study at the Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew in 1938. Lothian was an exchange student at the Munich Botanic Garden when the Second World War broke out. After returning to the United Kingdom to complete studies at Kew Gardens, he joined the Australian Army and managed farms in New Guinea.

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Morganics works around Australia on community educational hip-hop projects such as 1999s Desert Rap with Brothablack and Monkey Mark from South West Syndicate, organised with Tony Collins from Triple J. ABC TV made a documentary on Desert Rap. Another hip-hop program Morganics participated in was in Wilcania in 2002 where he recorded a group of local boys called The Wilcannia Mob running water bottle waist pack. The resulting track, “Down The River” got high rotation on Triple J and won a Deadly award. The song was included on a cd of young Aboriginal Hip Hop artists recorded at workshops around Australia called All You Mob, which New York Times named in their top ten alternative albums of the year. He conducts these workshop as he feels it is important to give young people direct access to Australian hip hop.

Morganics has released three solo albums (one of which contained second disc which was a followup to All You Mob) and worked with Miles Merrill on another. He has performed a live set for Triple J. He performs theatre shows such as Crouching Bboy Hidden Dreadlocks.

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