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Responses of sub-ice platelet layer thickening rate and frazil-ice concentration to variations in ice-shelf water supercooling in McMurdo Sound, Antarctica

first_imgPersistent outflow of supercooled ice-shelf water (ISW) from beneath McMurdo Ice Shelf creates a rapidly growing sub-ice platelet layer (SIPL) with a unique crystallographic structure under the sea ice in McMurdo Sound, Antarctica. A vertically modified frazil-ice-laden ISW plume model that encapsulates the combined non-linear effects of the vertical distributions of supercooling and frazil concentration on frazil-ice growth is applied to McMurdo Sound and is shown to reproduce the observed ISW supercooling and SIPL distributions. Using this model, the dependence of the SIPL thickening rate and depth-averaged frazil-ice concentration on ISW supercooling in McMurdo Sound is investigated and found to be predominantly controlled by the vertical distribution of frazil concentration. The complex dependence on frazil concentration highlights the need to improve frazil-ice observations within the sea-ice–ocean boundary layer in McMurdo Sound.last_img read more

The role of atmospheric circulation patterns in driving recent changes in indices of extreme seasonal precipitation across Arctic Fennoscandia

first_imgExtreme precipitation events (EPEs) have a major impact across Arctic Fennoscandia (AF). Here we examine the spatial variability of seasonal 50-year trends in three EPEs across AF for 1968–2017, using daily precipitation data from 46 meteorological stations, and analyse how these are related to contemporaneous changes in the principal atmospheric circulation patterns that impact AF climate. Positive trends in seasonal wet-day precipitation (PRCPTOT) are widespread across AF in all seasons except autumn. Spring (autumn) has the most widespread negative (positive) trends in consecutive dry days (CDD). There is less seasonal dependence for trends in consecutive wet days (CWDs), but the majority of the stations show an increase. Clear seasonal differences in the circulation pattern that exerted most influence on these AF EPE trends exist. In spring, PRCPTOT and CDD are most affected by the Scandinavian pattern at more than half the stations while it also has a marked influence on CWD. The East Atlantic/Western Russia pattern generally has the greatest influence on the most station EPE trends in summer and autumn, yet has no effect during either spring or winter. In winter, the dominant circulation pattern across AF varies more between the different EPEs, with the North Atlantic Oscillation, Polar/Eurasia and East Atlantic patterns all exerting a major influence. There are distinct geographical distributions to the dominant pattern affecting particular EPEs in some seasons, especially winter, while in others there is no discernible spatial relationship.last_img read more

Russia: Ozernaya Verf Shipyard Holds Demonstration Trials of Police Boat Grozny

first_img View post tag: Grozny October 5, 2012 Russia: Ozernaya Verf Shipyard Holds Demonstration Trials of Police Boat Grozny View post tag: Police Ozernaya Verf shipyard held demonstration trials of police boat Grozny on the Angara River in Irkutsk; the boat was built in Schlisselburg…[mappress]Source: Russian Navy, October 05 2012; Image: Flot View post tag: Verf Industry news Back to overview,Home naval-today Russia: Ozernaya Verf Shipyard Holds Demonstration Trials of Police Boat Grozny View post tag: Ozernaya Share this articlecenter_img View post tag: Demonstration View post tag: Boat View post tag: trials View post tag: holds View post tag: shipyard View post tag: Naval View post tag: Navy View post tag: News by topiclast_img read more

SUCZEWSKI, EDWARD

first_img99, was born on Armistice Day, November 11, 1918 and passed away on January 17, 2018. A lifelong resident of Bayonne, Ed graduated from Bayonne High School. He was drafted into the US Army in 1941. He trained in Texas and performed border patrol duties on the Rio Grande River. After the Pearl Harbor attack on December 7, 1941, Ed’s 77th Field Artillery Unit went to Casablanca, North Africa under the leadership of General Mark Clark to fight against Rommel’s tank corp. After forcing Rommel out of Africa, the invasion of Sicily followed for 38 days. The troops then crossed the Messina Strait and entered Reggio, Italy. For two years, he fought to take Naples, Foggia, Monte Cassino, Rome, Arno, Northern Apennines and Po Valley, ending in Bolzano. The US Army point system allowed soldiers with 85 points of service to be honorably discharged. Having earned 102 points, Ed enjoyed a flight home and was discharged on July 24, 1945. He returned to work at General Motors in Linden, NJ. In January 1948, he married Josephine Drozd. He attended night school at Vale School of Business and Rutgers University to earn his NJ Insurance Brokers License and maintained a home office. Ed retired from General Motors in 1974 with 37 years of service and continued his insurance business. He participated in local civic committees. He was also an active member of the United Auto Workers Retirees, Mt. Carmel Holy Name Society, Mt. Carmel Parish Council and the Marist Men’s Club where he initiated Sunday Night Bingo. Ed was predeceased by his wife, Josephine in June 2017. He is also predeceased by siblings, Stanley Suczewski and his wife Josephine, and Harriet Kaczka and her husband, Edward Kaczka. He is the father of Dr. Dorothy Filip Ed.D., Dr. Edward J. Suczewski M.D. and his wife Julie, Dr. Thomas J. Suczewski M.D. and his wife, Karen, Janice Suczewski, MBA and her husband, Roger Magid. Grandchildren include Dr. Zachary Filip M.D.; Edward A, Michael and Gregory Suczewski, Kathryn Kopacz and husband Kyle; Luke, Adam and Elizabeth Suczewski. Ed is the brother-in-law of Loretta Horzepa and her late husband, Stanley. Funeral arrangements by S. FRYCZYNSKI & SON Funeral Home, 32-34 E. 22nd St.last_img read more

BakeMark

first_imgA winning formula of indulgent ingredients and innovative recipes has helped ring doughnuts drive growth in the market, says BakeMark UK. Made famous in the US, these fun and appetising treats have caught the imagination of consumers here, experiencing a 49 per cent rise in sales.As the parallel trend for licensed goods continues to gain momentum, BakeMark UK has made it easy for bakers to get on board. Following the Smarties doughnut’s success, its range of Nestlé-branded ring doughnuts now includes two more sweetshop favourites, Rolo and Toffee Crisp.last_img read more

The Record LH Roll Plant supplied by Brook Food PROCESSING

first_imghas a PLC touch-screen panel capable of storing six pre-set programmes and servo adjustment for dough size, moulding time and rounding height. It also has a star-feed anti-stress device to ensure delicate dough processing.Manufactured in stainless steel it has an adjustable second moulding station for producing a very bold (golf ball) product, says Brook and comes with sets of cups for optimum moulding, which can be changed rapidly.last_img

Brace’s set to re-open Welsh site

first_imgBrace’s Bakery has announced it will “grab hold of the reins” and reopen its Croespenmaen site, following a management shake-up.The family-run firm closed the 60,000sq ft production facility in February this year because of tough market conditions in the sliced-bread sector.The company said it was on course for 15% growth this year and would reopen the site near Crumlin to relieve pressure at its Rogerstone and Pen-y-Fan bakeries.Director Jonathan Brace said: “We’ve had a bit of a management reshuffle and some of the top people have gone. My brother [managing director Mark Brace] and I saw this as an opportunity to grab hold of the reins a little bit.He added the two other sites were very full and they felt the company needed to “reinvigorate the Croespenmaen site to get it back up and running”.He also said the firm previously considered selling the site, but its state-of-the-art equipment meant it was better to keep hold of it.Production is due to restart there by Christmas – the move follows a diversification for the business from sliced bread into the foodservice sector, supplying products to sandwich-makers.Managing director Mark Brace said: “I am very excited about the future, and while the marketplace is changing rapidly, we are seeing the efforts of our labour starting to bear fruit.“We see this as an opportunity to refocus our business and look carefully at the changing market trends and invent a few of our own, to give a long-term sustainable future to our loyal work force, who have performed admirably in these difficult business and market conditions.”Jonathan Brace said the firm hoped to gradually add to its current 280-strong workforce by increasing output at Croespenmaen, which he said was capable of baking around 6,500 loaves an hour with its two production lines.last_img read more

STS9 Announces Line-Up For Red Rocks Including Axe The Cables And Full ‘Artifact’ Show

first_imgLast week, STS9 announced that the group would be returning to the legendary Red Rocks Amphitheatre in Morrison, Colorado in September for a special string of shows in celebration of their 20th anniversary. While STS9’s annual pilgrimage to Red Rocks for two nights each September has always been a highlight of fan’s year, this year, Tribe will be hitting Red Rocks for three nights across September 8th, 9th, and 10th, and each night has something special in store.On Friday, the group will play the entirety of Artifact, their 2005 release that was recorded across 2001 through 2004. The first night of the run will also see performances by Nightmares on Wax, El Ten Eleven, and Moon Boots. Saturday night, SUB-ID and Richard Devine will serve as support before Tribe puts on a more standard performance, though the performance is likely to be anything but standard. To close out their Red Rocks run on Sunday, STS9 will play a special “Axe The Cables” acoustic set to end their celebratory weekend. Troyboi, LTJ Bukem featuring Armanni Reign, and Soul Clap will kick off this last show.Tickets for the special show go on pre-sale tomorrow on Wednesday, April 19th, with 3-day and single tickets available to the general public here on Friday.[Photo courtesy of Aaron Bradley]last_img read more

Belfast Blues Begins Previews Off-Broadway

first_img Related Shows Belfast Blues The production is directed by Emmy winner Carol Kane. View Comments Set in Belfast in the 1970s and 1980s, Belfast Blues is one wee girl’s story of family, war, Jesus and Hollywood. In the show, Hughes portrays 24 different characters, ranging from her parents and neighbors to most importantly her younger self. The off-Broadway return engagement of Belfast Blues begins performances on September 20. Written and performed by Great White Way alum Geraldine Hughes, the limited engagement will play through October 5 at the Barrow Street Theater. Show Closed This production ended its run on Oct. 5, 2014last_img read more