Freshwater distributions and water mass structure in the Amundsen Sea Polynya region, Antarctica

first_imgWe present the first densely-sampled hydrographic survey of the Amundsen Sea Polynya (ASP) region, including a detailed characterization of its freshwater distributions. Multiple components contribute to the freshwater budget, including precipitation, sea ice melt, basal ice shelf melt, and iceberg melt, from local and non-local sources. We used stable oxygen isotope ratios in seawater (δ18O) to distinguish quantitatively the contributions from sea ice and meteoric-derived sources. Meteoric fractions were high throughout the winter mixed layer (WML), with maximum values of 2–3% (±0.5%). Because the ASP region is characterized by deep WMLs, column inventories of total meteoric water were also high, ranging from 10–13 m (±2 m) adjacent to the Dotson Ice Shelf (DIS) and in the deep trough to 7–9 m (±2 m) in shallower areas. These inventories are at least twice those reported for continental shelf waters near the western Antarctic Peninsula. Sea ice melt fractions were mostly negative, indicating net (annual) sea ice formation, consistent with this area being an active polynya. Independently determined fractions of subsurface glacial meltwater (as one component of the total meteoric inventory) had maximum values of 1–2% (±0.5%), with highest and shallowest maximum values at the DIS outflow (80–90 m) and in iceberg-stirred waters (150–200 m). In addition to these upwelling sites, contributions of subsurface glacial meltwater could be traced at depth along the ~ 27.6 isopycnal, from which it mixes into the WML through various processes. Our results suggest a quasi-continuous supply of melt-laden iron-enriched seawater to the euphotic zone of the ASP and help to explain why the ASP is Antarctica’s most biologically productive polynya per unit area.last_img read more

Utah Baseball Rallies for 5-4 Win Over Arizona

first_imgApril 27, 2018 /Sports News – Local Utah Baseball Rallies for 5-4 Win Over Arizona Robert Lovell Tags: Baseball/Pac 12/Utah Utes Written by FacebookTwitterLinkedInEmailSALT LAKE CITY – The Utah baseball team rallied from a 4-0 deficit to beat Arizona, 5-4, to open a three-game series against the Wildcats on Friday, April 27.Down 4-0, Utah scored two runs in the fourth and three in the sixth en route to the win.DaShawn Keirsey, Jr., went 3-for-3 with a walk at the plate to lead Utah and scored two runs. Oliver Dunn went 2-for-3 on the night while Erick Migueles and Chandler Anderson each had two RBI.Tanner Thomas allowed four runs on six hits over six innings with five strikeouts for the win. Trenton Stoltz earned his fifth save of the year after throwing the final 2 1/3 innings with two strikeouts. Josh Lapiana also made a brief appearance.Arizona (23-16, 6-10 Pac-12) scored three runs on three hits in the second and took a 4-0 lead with a run on two hits in the third.Utah (11-28, 5-11 Pac-12) began its comeback in the fourth inning after a leadoff triple from Keirsey who scored on a throwing error on the cutoff play. Dunn walked, stole a base and would score on an RBI single from Migueles to cut the lead to 4-2.The Utes took the lead in the sixth inning. Keirsey walked to lead off the inning and a double from Dunn put runners at the corners. Rykker Tom was hit by a pitch and Migueles sent in the first run of the inning on a bases-loaded walk. Anderson had the big hit of the inning, a two-RBI single to give Utah the lead.Although Arizona put runners on in the final three innings, reliever Stoltz held off the rally for his fifth save of the year.Utah and Arizona play game two of the series on Saturday, April 28, at 1:00 p.m. at Smith’s Ballpark.last_img read more

North Sanpete Boys Place 10th at Wasatch High Cross Country Invitational

first_img Written by September 8, 2018 /Sports News – Local North Sanpete Boys Place 10th at Wasatch High Cross Country Invitational Tags: Adrian Lemus/Anna Martin/Ashley Legat/Carson Clinger/Cayler Cook/Gage Cox/Lehi/Matt Hindes/Mountain View/North Sanpete Boys Cross Country/Orange Peel/Purity Kattam/Sheiah Cheruiyot/Vance Strait/Wasatch Academy Girls Cross Country/Wynn Allred FacebookTwitterLinkedInEmailHEBER CITY, Utah-Saturday, the North Sanpete Hawks’ boys cross country team showed well at the Wasatch High Cross Country Invitational, placing 10th overall.In the boys’ 5-K, the Hawks were paced by Matt Hindes who placed 22nd overall in a time of 18:26.50.His teammates were also solid, including Orange Peel (42nd overall), Gage Cox (60th overall), Adrian Lemus (72nd overall), Cayler Cook (82nd overall), Vance Strait (86th overall) and Wynn Allred (88th place).The overall boys winner was American Fork’s Carson Clinger in a time of 16:59:00 and his Cavemen earned the title with 35 points.For the girls in the 5-K, Wasatch Academy’s Sheilah Cheruiyot placed 7th overall (21:37.90) with her teammate, Ashley Legat finishing 13th. Purity Kattam placed 44th overall as well for the Tigers.The girls’ overall winner was Lehi’s Anna Martin in 19:01.10 while the team title was earned by Mountain View with an overall score of 39 points. Brad Jameslast_img read more

USS Benfold, Milius and Barry to Join U.S. Navy’s 7th Fleet in Yokosuka, Japan

first_img View post tag: Naval View post tag: USS View post tag: U View post tag: join The U.S. Navy has announced that the ballistic missile defense (BMD)-capable guided-missile destroyers USS Benfold (DDG 65) and USS Milius (DDG 69) will become part of the Forward Deployed Naval Forces (FDNF) based at Commander, Fleet Activities Yokosuka, Japan.Benfold and Milius will leave their current homeport of San Diego and forward deploy to Yokosuka in the summers of 2015 and 2017, respectively. The move directly supports the announcement made by Secretary of Defense Chuck Hagel in April of this year that the Navy would commit to sending two additional BMD-capable ships to the defense of Japan by 2017.The Navy also announced that the guided missile destroyer USS Barry (DDG 52) will conduct a hull swap with USS Lassen (DDG 82) and become a member of the Forward Deployed Naval Forces (FDNF) in early 2016. USS Barry will forward deploy from its current homeport of Norfolk, Va. while USS Lassen will return to the U.S. and homeport in Mayport, Fla.Barry, Benfold, and Milius will all complete a midlife modernization, making them among the most capable ships of their class. All will be fitted with the latest Aegis Baseline 9 combat system which includes state of the art air defense, ballistic missile defense, surface warfare and undersea warfare capabilities.The three Flight I ships will also receive upgrades including a fully-integrated bridge, improved machinery, damage control and quality of life improvements, an advanced galley and commercial-off-the-shelf computing equipment.These U.S. BMD-capable forces, combined with the sea-based missile defense systems operated by their counterparts in the Japan Maritime Self-Defense Force, as well as the new TPY-2 radar at Kyogamisaki scheduled to start operations later this year, provide the U.S.-Japan alliance a regionally responsive missile defense capability.[mappress mapid=”14089″]Press release; Image: U.S. Navy Authorities View post tag: Navy USS Benfold, Milius and Barry to Join U.S. Navy’s 7th Fleet in Yokosuka, Japan View post tag: Milius View post tag: Japan View post tag: 7th Back to overview,Home naval-today USS Benfold, Milius and Barry to Join U.S. Navy’s 7th Fleet in Yokosuka, Japan View post tag: Benfold View post tag: Yokosuka October 17, 2014 View post tag: fleet View post tag: Barry View post tag: S Share this articlelast_img read more

Instructor – Nurse Practitioner (Critical Care)

first_imgBe able to conduct comprehensive assessment of patientsthroughout the continuum in the inpatient setting based on age anddiagnosis, including psychological status.Perform and document history and physicals, order diagnosticstudies, therapeutic procedures, prescribe medications, andparticipate in collaboration and direct reporting of patientinformation to the medical staff.Proficient use of Epic in the delivery of care. Working Conditions:This position requires working in Critical Care Units.Job PurposeProvides advanced nursing care to patients in a clinical setting inan area of specialization under the direction of a physician.Job DutiesObtain detailed history and perform physical examinations.Perform, order, and interpret diagnostic procedures inaccordance with relevant health concerns of the patient.Prescribes appropriate pharmacological and non-pharmacologicaltreatments.Maintain records and write orders and progress notes in patientcharts as to status, treatments, and procedures.Monitors and ensures accuracy of recording on patient medicalrecords.Provide follow-up health maintenance care to patients inaccordance with protocols established with the supervisingphysician.Communicate with physicians, patients, and the family membersof patients concerning patient care.Collaborates with providers, and practice staff in identifyingappropriate patients for care management.Perform other job related duties as assigned. Baylor College of Medicine is an Equal Opportunity/AffirmativeAction/Equal Access Employer.5531CA; CH Minimum QualificationsEducation Required: Master’s degree in in Nursing.Experience Required: None required.Certification/Licenses/Registration: Current licensure as aRegistered Nurse (RN), an Adult-Gerontology Acute Care NursePractitioner (AGAC-NP) by the Board of Nurse Examiners in the Stateof Texas, and recognition by the Board of Nurse Examiners as aNurse Practitioner. SummaryThe Department of Medicine is seeking a qualified candidate for PRNAdvanced Practice Clinician position in a critical clinical role.This Advanced Practice Clinician will provide medical care topatients with complex acute, critical, and/or chronic healthconditions in a hospital setting in one or more specialized areasunder the direction of a physician. Candidate will be required toprovide clinical excellence, scholarly enthusiasm, and a trackrecord of excellent clinical performance. The provider will havedirect patient care responsibilities. The position will report to aBCM department head and the SVP and Dean of Clinical Affairs.Key Functions:last_img read more

Indiana triggers additional unemployment benefits

first_img Facebook Twitter Indiana triggers additional unemployment benefits TAGSbenefitscoronavirusCOVID-19IndianainsuranceState Department of Workforce DevelopmentunemploymentUS Department of Labor By Darrin Wright – June 17, 2020 0 695 Twitter CoronavirusIndianaLocalNews Pinterest (“Unemployment Office” by Bytemarks, CC BY 2.0) Indiana workers who qualify can now seek an additional 13 weeks of unemployment insurance benefits.The State Department of Workforce Development has qualified for extended benefits from the US Department of Labor. The 13 additional weeks are offered by the federal government during periods of high unemployment and are available to workers who have exhausted the 26 weeks of regular unemployment benefits.The additional benefits will become available on the week ending July 4th, as another federal bill continues to provide an extra $600 per week to those on unemployment. That extra money runs out on July 25th.center_img WhatsApp Facebook WhatsApp Google+ Google+ Pinterest Previous articleBethel University’s third annual Give Back Gala set for July 17Next articleBSU: Governments to lose big money no matter what happens next Darrin Wrightlast_img read more

Trey Anastasio Shares Pro-Shot Footage Of “Drift While You’re Sleeping” From NYC Ghosts Of The Forest Show [Watch]

first_imgIn mid-April, Trey Anastasio and his new Ghosts Of The Forest rounded out their east coast tour with a pair of performances at the stunning United Palace in upper Manhattan.Trey Anastasio Discusses Plans For Ghosts Of The Forest Live Album On SiriusXMDuring a chat with SiriusXM JamOn host Ari Fink, Trey announced a special live recording plan for Ghosts of the Forest’s New York City shows. He explained,This has been in place all along, but, the idea was to take the two nights and record the shows as a live album at the United Palace Theatre. It will almost be like a regular recording session, with two passes at the shows. For example, when Aretha Franklin was famously recording a record she would do two passes and that was it. Everyone had to play live. So for us, this is like we get two takes at the United Palace Theatre, but most importantly, the full picture of the Ghosts of the Forest document will have our community members and family in the audience. The recording will end up being a live album.On Wednesday, after sharing “Ghosts of the Forest” the day prior, Anastasio has unveiled the second pro-shot video from the recent Ghosts of the Forest NYC performances with “Drift While You’re Sleeping”, which you can watch below:Ghosts of the Forest – “Drift While You’re Sleeping” – 4/12/2019 (Pro-Shot)[Video: Trey Anastasio]Trey Anastasio Band (which features Ghosts of the Forest members Ray Paczkowski, Tony Markellis, and Jennifer Hartswick) is gearing up for a run of shows in late May before Trey and Ghosts of the Forest drummer Jon Fishman turn their attention back to their main project for Phish‘s 2019 summer tour, beginning with a two-night run at St. Louis, MO’s Chaifetz Arena on June 11th and 12th. For a full list of upcoming dates, head here.last_img read more

Center for European Studies partners with European Parliament for 3-year pilot exchange program

first_img Read Full Story The Minda de Gunzburg Center for European Studies (CES) is thrilled to announce the launch of a three-year pilot exchange program with the Alliance of Liberals and Democrats for Europe (ALDE), a political party in the European Parliament. The goal of this new agreement is to provide meaningful internships for Harvard College students, research opportunities for ALDE’s policymakers, and to promote a free exchange of ideas.The program wrapped up its first phase as Harvard College students Beatrice Walton ‘14 and Karen Zhou ‘14 returned from a summer interning for ALDE in the European Parliament in Brussels. During the 2013-14 academic year, CES will in turn host members of ALDE’s senior policy staff as short-term policy fellows in residence, with Anders Rasmussen and Philip Drauz as the inaugural ALDE fellows. Both institutions are looking forward to the many fruitful exchanges that will come from leveraging the extensive resources and networks at Harvard and the European Parliament.“This opportunity absolutely underscores CES’ core mission,” said Sarah Delude, a CES staffer who took part in writing the terms of this new agreement. “We are thrilled to provide Harvard students with a practical behind-the-scenes look into legislative processes within the European Parliament, while on campus we look forward to learning from ALDE’s policy experts as they engage with the Harvard community and create new transatlantic dialogues.”last_img read more

Vermin welcome Christmas

first_imgStudents clad in ugly sweaters and Santa hats will flock to Carroll Hall tonight from 6 to 10 p.m. for the annual Carroll Christmas. “It’s a great, festive time to get in the Christmas spirit,” Carroll Christmas commissioner junior Mike Weiss said. Weiss said the event includes a performance from the Glee Club, a tree lighting ceremony with a 17-foot tree, pictures with Santa, free food and much more. Weiss said he is most looking forward to the annual cookie contest, which will take place at 8 p.m. “For the past two years I’ve been in the picture … and I missed the cookie contest both years,” Weiss said. “One of the R.A.’s moms has won it for three years in a row, and I’m dying to eat these award-winning cookies.” The trek to Carroll will be easier this year, thanks to funding from the Student Union Board (SUB) for a horse and carriage to take students from the LaFortune Student Center to Carroll Hall between 6 and 8 p.m. Carroll SUB commissioner, sophomore Ethan Montemayor, said the carriage rides will be a big draw, but the walk to Carroll will be equally as pleasant. “The path will be lined with luminaries, so it is a very pretty walk on a nice December evening,” Montemayor said. Also new this year will be a service project that visitors can complete during the event, Weiss said. “It is in conjunction with another club,” Weiss said, “and it is writing letters to soldiers abroad or people in underdeveloped countries.” Because Carroll is such a small dorm, everyone pitched in to help with their signature event, Weiss said. “Everyone has been downstairs, decorating every night,” Weiss said. “It’s a big community-building event.” Montemayor said the willingness of all the Vermin to set up the event makes Carroll Christmas so successful. “Everyone’s been pitching in a bunch,” he said. “It’s really nice to see all years here at Carroll, from freshmen to seniors, all pulling for this event to happen.” Montemayor said the multiple contributions from dorm residents has made the decorations quite impressive. “The halls are decked,” he said. In addition to decorating, the men of Carroll also took shifts to publicize the event. “I would say half the dorm signs up for a shift to hand out fliers and candy canes outside both dining halls Thursday and Friday afternoon,” Weiss said. Weiss said the men of Carroll are very excited for their signature event. “It’s the week we all look forward to, despite the fact that everyone has finals and all sorts of papers due in the next two weeks,” he said. Montemayor said he is expecting a large turnout for the event. “It’s a great time to come out, have a bit of a walk, meet some great people, have some food, have some cookies, take a picture with Santa, listen to the glee club — you can’t go wrong,” he said.last_img read more

Exhibition Space Still Available at Barre Garden Show

first_imgEXHIBITION SPACE STILL AVAILABLE AT BARRE GARDEN SHOWBarre, Vt. (March 3, 2008) Organizers of the first-ever Central Vermont Garden Show are looking for more vendors and exhibitors.The event, slated for March 14-16 at the Barre Civic Center, includes landscape exhibits, a garden railroad, floral competitions, a silent auction and educational workshops. Well-known author and herbalist Rosemary Gladstar — founder of the Sage Mountain Retreat and United Plant Savers International, respectively — will deliver the keynote address. In addition, industry experts will present on several topics, such as rain gardens, landscaping and bonsai.There is still time to join the first-class lineup of exhibitors and vendors already scheduled to participate in the Central Vermont Garden Show, said Co-Chair Jeanne Daniele. “This is a fantastic, affordable opportunity for all landscapers, stonemasons, sugar makers and nonprofits to showcase what they do best in front of hundreds of spectators.”All participants are encouraged to use “green” displays that emphasize energy efficiency, creative recycling and sustainable practices. In keeping with the show’s theme, “A Green Mountain Spring,” exhibitors and vendors are also asked to utilize early bulbs, evergreens, still-bare trees and shrubs, greenhouses and snow as design elements.The Central Vermont Garden Show runs March 14 and 15 from 9 a.m. to 7 p.m., and March 16 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. All proceeds benefit the Friends of the Central Vermont YMCA. Parties interested in vending or exhibiting should contact Daniele at (802) 479-9038 or [email protected](link sends e-mail).ABOUT THE CENTRAL VERMONT GARDEN SHOWThe Central Vermont Garden Show gains its inspiration from the Chittenden County-based Vermont Garden Show. The Granite City installment is presented by the Barre Partnership and will benefit the Friends of the Central Vermont YMCA, a local group looking to build a community recreation center. For more information, contact (802) 479-9038, [email protected](link sends e-mail) or www.cvtgardenshow.org(link is external).last_img read more