The Iceland Greenland Seas Project

first_imgA coordinated atmosphere-ocean research project, centered on a rare wintertime field campaign to the Iceland and Greenland Seas, seeks to determine the location and causes of dense water formation by cold-air outbreaks. The Iceland Greenland Seas Project (IGP) is a coordinated atmosphere-ocean research program investigating climate processes in the source region of the densest waters of the Atlantic Meridional Overturning Circulation. During February and March 2018, a field campaign was executed over the Iceland and southern Greenland Seas that utilized a range of observing platforms to investigate critical processes in the region – including a research vessel, a research aircraft, moorings, sea gliders, floats and a meteorological buoy. A remarkable feature of the field campaign was the highly-coordinated deployment of the observing platforms, whereby the research vessel and aircraft tracks were planned in concert to allow simultaneous sampling of the atmosphere, the ocean and their interactions. This joint planning was supported by tailor-made convection-permitting weather forecasts and novel diagnostics from an ensemble prediction system. The scientific aims of the IGP are to characterize the atmospheric forcing and the ocean response of coupled processes; in particular, cold-air outbreaks in the vicinity of the marginal-ice zone and their triggering of oceanic heat loss, and the role of freshwater in the generation of dense water masses. The campaign observed the lifecycle of a long-lasting cold-air outbreak over the Iceland Sea and the development of a cold-air outbreak over the Greenland Sea. Repeated profiling revealed the immediate impact on the ocean, while a comprehensive hydrographic survey provided a rare picture of these subpolar seas in winter. A joint atmosphere-ocean approach is also being used in the analysis phase, with coupled observational analysis and coordinated numerical modelling activities underway.last_img read more

SUU Cross Country Prepares For Idaho State Invitational

first_img FacebookTwitterLinkedInEmailCEDAR CITY, Utah-Coming off of a win at UC Riverside last Saturday, Southern Utah’s men’s and women’s cross country squads prepare to compete at Pocatello, Idaho at the Idaho State Invitational September 22.The men’s squad will seek to build upon its current #15 position in the national polls.The men’s projected lineup at this meet is Mark Bennett, Sage Ducote, Michael Finch, Jacob Francis, Thomas Grant, Jason Quinn, Jiree Riding and Max Spence.The women’s projected lineup consists of Danielle Beckstead, Josie Bushar, Brighton Glassman, Sarah Sargent, Haley Tanne and Samantha Taylor. Tags: Brighton Glassman/Danielle Beckstead/Haley Tanne/Idaho State Invitational/Jacob Francis/Jason Quinn/Jiree Riding/Josie Bushar/Mark Bennett/Max Spence/Michael Finch/Sage Ducote/Samantha Taylor/Sarah Sargent/Southern Utah/Thomas Grant/UC Riverside September 20, 2018 /Sports News – Local SUU Cross Country Prepares For Idaho State Invitational Written by Brad Jameslast_img read more

Weber State’s Josh Davis Named As Utah Male Collegiate Athlete of the Year

first_img Written by Davis, who is entering his sophomore campaign this autumn, also won the Jerry Rice award from STATS, which is awarded to the top freshman football player in NCAA FCS football. FacebookTwitterLinkedInEmailSALT LAKE CITY-Monday, Weber State tailback Josh Davis was named as the Utah Male Collegiate Athlete of the Year by the Utah Sports Commission as part of the Governor’s State of Sport Awards. Tags: Beehive State/Big Sky Conference/Gary Herbert/Jay Hill/Jerry Rice/Joel Bolomboy/Josh Davis/Utah Sports Commission/Weber State This year’s award ceremony is slated for April 10 at Vivint SmartHome Arena in downtown Salt Lake City. This celebrates the Beehive State’s sports industry and honors excellence in high school, amateur, collegiate, Olympic and professional sports. His 1,779 all-purpose yards were the most in program history for a freshman and the seventh most in a season for a Wildcats player. March 11, 2019 /Sports News – Local Weber State’s Josh Davis Named As Utah Male Collegiate Athlete of the Year He ranked 10th nationally in all-purpose yards at 148.2 yards per game.center_img Davis was also named as the Big Sky Conference’s freshman of the year as he became the first Wildcat in program history to receive this honor. Davis also netted 30 receptions for 193 yards and returned 14 punts for 224 yards and one score. This commemorates the third consecutive year Weber State has been honored at this event. Last year, Wildcats football head coach Jay Hill was named as the Utah Coach of the year. Davis will be presented with this honor by Utah Governor Gary Herbert at the Governor’s State of Sport Awards event. Davis set a Wildcats’ freshman record by running for 1,362 yards, ranking 12th nationally at 113.5 yards per game. Brad James The prior year, Weber State men’s basketball player Joel Bolomboy was named as the state’s male collegiate athlete of the year. last_img read more

Scoreboard roundup — 8/2/20

first_imgAugust 3, 2020 /Sports News – National Scoreboard roundup — 8/2/20 Written by FacebookTwitterLinkedInEmailiStockBy ABC News(NEW YORK) — Here are the scores from Sunday’s sports events:MAJOR LEAGUE BASEBALLINTERLEAGUECincinnati 4, Detroit 0Texas 9, San Francisco 5Boston 4, NY Mets 2AMERICAN LEAGUEBaltimore 5, Tampa Bay 1Chi White Sox, 9, Kansas City 2Minnesota 3, Cleveland 1Houston 6, LA Angels 5Oakland 3, Seattle 2NY Yankees 9, Boston 7NATIONAL LEAGUEAtlanta 4, NY Mets 0Washington, Miami (Postponed)Coloradoo 9, San Diego 6LA Dodgers 3, Arizona 0St. Louis, Milwaukee (Postponed)Chi Cubs 2, Pittsburgh 1NATIONAL BASKETBALL ASSOCIATIONBrooklyn 118, Washington 110Boston 128, Portland 124San Antonio 108, Memphis 106Orlando 132, Sacramento 116Houston 120, Milwaukee 116Phoenix 117, Dallas 115Copyright © 2020, ABC Audio. All rights reserved.center_img Beau Lundlast_img read more

JEMAD Receives Briefing on FFG Numancia’s Role in Atalanta

first_img View post tag: Navy View post tag: Defense View post tag: Staff View post tag: Briefing The Chief of the Spanish Defense Staff (JEMAD), Admiral Fernando García Sánchez, visited FFG ‘Numancia’ on July 1st. The ship is deployed in Djibouti and integrated in EUNAVFOR’s operation ‘Atalanta’ since April 6th, fighting piracy in the Indian Ocean.Once on board, JEMAD addressed the ship’s crew on behalf of the Minister of Defense and on his own behalf, to thank on their endeavors and congratulate them for the success of the operation. He encouraged them not to lower their guard despite the fact that piracy is now in its weakest moments.Before concluding the visit, the commanding officer of the ‘Numancia’, Commander Luis Díaz-Bedia, briefed JEMAD on the details of the operation within which 31 vessels have been challenged and searched, and two medical evacuations were also arranged. So far, the ship has been 101 days out of base since her departure from Rota Naval Base sailing nearly 20,000 miles in 84-day  runs.[mappress]Press Release, July 5, 2013; Image: Spanish Navy July 5, 2013 View post tag: ATALANTA JEMAD Receives Briefing on FFG Numancia’s Role in Atalanta View post tag: Numancia View post tag: Spanish View post tag: FFG View post tag: Naval View post tag: JEMAD View post tag: Defence Share this article View post tag: chief View post tag: News by topic Authorities View post tag: role View post tag: receives Back to overview,Home naval-today JEMAD Receives Briefing on FFG Numancia’s Role in Atalanta last_img read more

New anti-air missiles on Type 23 frigates put on display

first_img View post tag: Type 23 Share this article Back to overview,Home naval-today New anti-air missiles on Type 23 frigates put on display for sailors Royal Navy’s Type 23 frigates were given a major anti-air capability upgrade with the Sea Ceptor missile which was recently put on display to soldiers in charge of shooting down enemy aircraft.The HMS Westminster is in the closing stages of a major overhaul in Portsmouth Naval Base which has seen her become one of the first ships in the Fleet to receive Sea Ceptor, the new short-range shield against air attack.The weapon and its supporting radar system will gradually replace the ageing Seawolf missiles fitted across the Type 23 frigate flotilla.In its place, the vertically-launched supersonic Sea Ceptor which is slightly heavier than its predecessor and has a much greater range: more than 25km (15 miles), two and a half times the distance of Seawolf.Westminster is the first ship to receive the Navy’s new shield against air attack system which is also being installed on sister ships Argyll and Montrose during their revamps in Devonport.Rapier is on the verge of retirement, in favour of a ground-based version of Sea Ceptor (short for interceptor).The large trackers which guided the old system have been removed and replaced with its successor’s smaller, more powerful sensors.And the silo has been adapted to accommodate the new supersonic missiles, heavier, over one meter longer and with a range of more than 25km (15 miles), more than twice that of Seawolf.In addition, engineers have installed the Artisan radar which is rapidly becoming prevalent on the Type 23s – it can track more than 800 objects simultaneously as close as 200 meters and as far away as 200,000 (200km, 125 miles, or from Portsmouth to Calais as the crow flies).The gunners of 16 Regiment Royal Artillery, based at Thorney Island – just along the coast from Portsmouth – currently use the veteran Rapier missile to provide their infantry and armoured comrades with cover on the battlefield.Officers and senior non-commissioned officers from 16 Regiment, led by Lieutenant Colonel James Mardlin, made the short trip to Portsmouth to hear both from the ship’s company and from the new missile’s developers MBDA about progress with the system to date and what the future might hold in store for Ceptor.“We are excited about being able to work together over the next few years,” said Lieutenant Commander Chris L’Amie, Westminster’s Senior Naval Officer.“The introduction of Ceptor is a real opportunity for both us and 16 Regiment to learn from each other. We will continue to foster a strong working relationship with our closest military neighbours.”His ship will return to the Fleet next year with a new look and as the Royal Navy’s premier submarine hunter. View post tag: Sea Ceptor New anti-air missiles on Type 23 frigates put on display for sailors Authorities View post tag: Royal Navy September 12, 2016last_img read more

Ukraine hosts 17 nations for Black Sea drill Sea Breeze

first_img Authorities View post tag: US Navy Ukraine hosts 17 nations for Black Sea drill Sea Breeze July 10, 2017 Defense forces from 17 countries are attending the multinational Black Sea exercise Sea Breeze which is taking place from July 10 to 22, in Ukraine.The exercise is co-hosted by the U.S. and Ukraine and will involve air, land, sea, and amphibious forces.The annual recurring multinational exercise is in its 17th edition and will focus on a variety of warfare areas to include maritime interdiction operations, air defense, anti-submarine warfare, damage control tactics, search and rescue, and amphibious warfare.Sea Breeze is designed to enhance flexibility and interoperability, strengthen combined response capabilities, and demonstrate resolve among allied and partner nation forces to ensure stability in the Black Sea region.This year’s participating nations include: Belgium, Bulgaria, Canada, France, Georgia, Greece, Italy, Lithuania, Moldova, Norway, Poland, Romania, Sweden, Turkey, Ukraine, the United Kingdom, and the U.S.Participating U.S. Navy units will include the Ticonderoga-class guided-missile cruiser USS Hue City (CG 66) and Arleigh Burke-class guided-missile destroyer USS Carney (DDG 64) in addition to other units. Back to overview,Home naval-today Ukraine hosts 17 nations for Black Sea drill Sea Breeze View post tag: SEA BREEZE View post tag: Ukraine Share this articlelast_img read more

Assistant or Associate Professor (Oncologist)

first_imgBaylor College of Medicine and Department Summary:Baylor College of Medicine and the NCI-designated ComprehensiveCancer Center are affiliated with five major teaching hospitals inthe Texas Medical Center including Baylor St Luke’s Medical Center,The Ben Taub General Hospital and the Michael E DeBakey VA MedicalCenter. Ample laboratory space is available in the Cancer Center.The 450 members of the DLDCCC generate more than $170M annually incancer related research funding including more than $51M from theNCI. Two long-term SPORE grants in breast cancer and lymphoma, athird SPORE with MD Anderson in Brain tumors, and a LeukemiaLymphoma SCOR Grant are among 85 multi-investigator awards, halffrom NCI.Cancer researchers in Texas may apply for research funding to theCancer Prevention and Research Institute of Texas (a state agencycharged with supporting innovation in cancer research in Texas withfunding of 3 billion dollars over the next 10 years). Generousrecruitment awards are also available on a competitive basis fromCPRIT. DLDCCC is composed of 7 outstanding research programsincluding Nuclear Receptor, Transcription and Chromatin Biology,Pediatric Oncology, Cancer Prevention and Population Science, CellSignaling and Metabolism, Mechanisms of Cancer Evolvability, BreastCancer, and Cancer Cell and Gene Therapy. Cancer specific DiseaseWorking Groups in 10 different cancer sites bring basic scientistsand clinical researchers together for collaborative translationalresearch. Several new initiatives are in development includingexpanded experimental therapeutics with early phase clinicaltrials, and precision cancer medicine and proteogenomics. TenShared Resources are available to Cancer Center members, and theHuman Genome Sequencing Center, the Center for Drug Discovery, andthe Therapeutic Innovation Center focusing on drug development areadditional unique resources. The Center is the recipient of a $100Mnaming gift from the Duncan family. A new ambulatory care buildingprimarily for cancer and new inpatient hospital are underconstruction.SummaryThe Dan L Duncan Comprehensive Cancer Center (DLDCCC; recentlyre-funded for 5 years) and the Department of Medicine at BaylorCollege of Medicine in Houston, Texas, is currently seekingapplications from board-certified or board-eligible oncologists fora faculty position at the level of Assistant Professor or AssociateProfessor emphasizing clinical care and clinical research in thefield of gastrointestinal oncology. This faculty member would be anactive member of a multidisciplinary group that deliverspatient-centered care, conducts clinical and translationalresearch, and engages learners at all stages of medicaltraining.Minimum QualificationsInterested candidates will have an MD or MD/PhD degree and shouldbe board eligible or board certified in hematology and/or oncology.Applications should upload a letter outlining the candidate’sacademic interests in addition to a curriculum vitae and the namesof four references.Baylor College of Medicine is an Equal Opportunity/AffirmativeAction/Equal Access Employer.5777CA; CHlast_img read more

Nappanee Apple Festival cancelled for 2020

first_img Facebook Google+ Facebook Nappanee Apple Festival cancelled for 2020 The Nappanee Apple Festival is the latest Michiana event to fall victim to the pandemic. As the Apple Festival Core Committee announced that health and safety concerns led to the decision.Below is the full statement from the committee: Pinterest Pinterest CoronavirusIndianaLocalNews Twitter WhatsApp Twitter By Carl Stutsman – July 14, 2020 0 356 Google+ WhatsApp Previous articleMan arrested for using stolen ID to take money from bankNext articleMichigan tops 70,000 positive COVID-19 cases Carl Stutsmanlast_img read more

Phish Busts Out “Foam,” “Lifeboy” & “Friday” In Grand Prairie Closer [Recap/Setlist]

first_imgAfter a great first night to open up their run at the Verizon Theatre at Grand Prairie in Grand Prairie, TX, Phish returned to venue for to close out the two night stand.Tonight’s show was the last before Las Vegas, as anticipation continues to build for what is sure to be an incredible Halloween show. With so much excitement on the horizon, it was a bit strange that Phish responded with a more sentimental and reflective performance. The show was highlighted more by the few bust outs included than anything else, and never crossed the 10-minute mark in any single song during the second set. When was the last time the first and second set had the same number of songs?The first set brought some fun energy to the table, starting with the once-rare “Daniel Saw The Stone,” a traditional reggae influenced tune that hadn’t been played since 2012 before this year. Now in its third iteration of 2016, “Daniel” was an upbeat way to start the show, and both “The Moma Dance” and “Chalk Dust Torture” kept that energy running strongly through the start of the first set. A cover of Talking Heads’ “Cities” came next, as the band continued to rock out in Texas.Just a couple of days ago, phans everywhere had noticed that no songs from Phish’s studio debut, Junta, had been played yet on tour. While fans were hopeful for a classic album Halloween, the band broke out into “David Bowie” on the first night in Grand Prairie, effectively nixing the possibility. The real surprise came on night two, when Phish transitioned from “Cities” into the Junta composition “Foam.” Easily one of the most challenging songs in Phish’s repertoire, the band nailed this bust out version – it hadn’t been played since 2014 (70 shows).After the Mike Gordon led “Waking Up Dead” from Big Boat, the band put yet another Junta track in the first set: “Divided Sky.” The tour debut version was as captivating as ever, ending with an uplifting melodic jam out. Jon Fishman got the curtain call next, as the band went into the classic “I Didn’t Know” featuring the drummer with a great vacuum solo. Trey Anastasio was joking about Texas during the song as well, only adding to the silliness. From there, the band launched into James Gang’s “Walk Away,” another once-rare cover that returned in summer 2016 and reprised during tonight’s show. Trey was wailing on the funky cover, and Page McConnell led the song’s vocals nicely.After “Walk Away,” the band again brought out their drawling instrumental “What’s The Use?” for a slower moment of the set. Afterwards, Trey immediately started singing the lyrics to the Big Boat song “More,” pulsating love and light to the Texan crowd. It was quite the happy-go-lucky way to end a great set of music.Phish started their second set with a pair of Joy tracks, opening with the rocking “Stealing Time From The Faulty Plan” before bringing out the first “Backwards Down The Number Line” of the tour. Amazingly, the band hadn’t played the song in 13 shows – the longest gap since its debut in 2009. Trey led an upbeat solo through the end of the song, and kept the mood sentimental with the first “Lifeboy” since 12/29/11 (189 shows) The song led into a nice ambient jam moment, before ending smoothly. Still, the energy level remained very low throughout the set.Page then brought out the organ introduction of fan-favorite “Meatstick,” another exciting tour debut for the fans in Texas. They kept the set rolling with “The Line,” playing the Fuego track for the first time on this fall tour, and maintained the mellow mood with Big Boat song “Tide Turns.” A lot of melodic Trey playing punctuated the first half of the second set, but the band pivoted with a great version of “Taste.” Trey teased “What’s The Use?” throughout the jam, essentially reprising the instrumental before completing the wind-up ending of “Taste.”The band offered up the next big bust out of the set, “Friday,” playing the song for the first time since 2004 – a gap of 325 shows. A song that many thought had been shelved for good, its return seems to be symbolic of Phish’s overall sentimental mindset. Big Boat was a pensive effort that saw the band’s members try their hand at reflective songwriting. “Friday” is certainly of a similar mentality, as the band last played it at Coventry – their final shows before breaking up. Sentimental, though it did very little to pick up the energy of the second set.“Waves” followed, offering the first real improvisation of the set. The jam was short-lived however, and the band finally brought some rock and roll to the show with the song “Julius.” Page had some nice piano solos during the early part of the jam, before Trey took the lead with some blues-rock inspired playing. They finished out the second set with a cover of Led Zeppelin’s “Good Times Bad Times,” nailing it as per usual. Still, with no songs even crossing the 10 minute mark in the second set, it felt more like two first sets in Grand Prairie than anything else.To put the final nail in the coffin, the band returned for an encore of “Show Of Life.” Though the show did have some fun moments, it’s hard to not look at the setlist as a fairly sleepy collection of Phish songs. Perhaps they’re just saving the big-energy moments for Las Vegas, hopefully playing it safe while they continue to work on whatever is in store for Halloween. Whatever the case may be, we’re still excited to get to the MGM Grand.Check out the full setlist below, courtesy of Phish.net.Setlist: Phish at Verizon Theatre at Grand Prairie, Grand Prairie, TX – 10/25/16Set 1: Daniel Saw the Stone, The Moma Dance > Chalk Dust Torture, Cities, Foam, Waking Up Dead, Divided Sky, I Didn’t Know, Walk Away > What’s the Use? > MoreSet 2: Stealing Time From the Faulty Plan, Backwards Down the Number Line > Lifeboy, Meatstick, The Line, Tide Turns > Taste, Friday, Waves > Julius > Good Times Bad TimesEncore: Show Of Lifelast_img read more