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  • The wood from the trees: The use of timber in

    Practical uses for lodgepole wood included tepee and travois poles, and it was this use of the lodgepole that prompted Lewis and Clark to give the tree its name. The lodgepole was so valuable for tepee poles, in fact, (each tepee needed 25-30 poles) that Plains tribes would travel hundreds of miles to the mountains to get new poles every year.

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  • 018 - Native American Uses of Utah Forest Trees | USU

    2021-6-5 · The mission of MIT is to advance knowledge and educate students in science, technology and other areas of scholarship that will best serve the nation and the world in the 21st century.

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  • MIT - Massachusetts Institute of Technology

    2019-1-9 · 2.Concept of e-signatures. Just like the understanding to physical signatures, electronic signature can also be interpreted two-folded. Firstly, it refers to a type of data. In Article 2, the E-signature Law, by borrowing the functions of physical signatures, defines e-signature from the perspective of its functions and effects as follows ...

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  • A Comprehensive Guide to Electronic Signature, from

    2020-12-1 · The cooling wood with a mechanical strength of 404.3 MPa comprises cellulose nanofibers that are capable of backscattering solar irradiance and strongly emitting mid-infrared radiation. The radiative cooling powers of 63 W/m 2 (nighttime) and 16 W/m 2 (daytime) were experimentally achieved, resulting in an average value of 53 W/m 2 throughout 24 h.

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  • sculpture | Definition, Types, Techniques, Elements ...

    21st Century Sociology: A Reference Handbook provides a concise forum through which the vast array of knowledge accumulated, particularly during the past three decades, can be organized into a single definitive resource. The two volumes of this Reference Handbook focus on the corpus of knowledge garnered in traditional areas of sociological ...

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  • Forest carbon dynamics - The CARBINE carbon

    Electrodes (placed on the scalp) can record those cortical activities of the brain regions that are close to them. Electrode System 10–20 is a method for standardizing areas of the skull and comparing data. The term “10–20” refers to the placement of electrodes over 10% or 20% of the total distance between specified skull locations.

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  • Biomass production, supply, uses and flows in the

    dry matter, of which 68% of stemwood, the remaining 32% being branches, stumps and tops altogether referred to as other wood components (OWC). We estimated the net annual increment of EU-28 forests available for wood supply as 444 Mt/yr, of which 349 Mt stemwood and 95 Mt OWC. The average annual harvest level in the EU is about 63% of this ...

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  • Applied Sciences | An Open Access Journal from MDPI

    Applied Sciences is an international, peer-reviewed, open access journal on all aspects of applied natural sciences published semimonthly online by MDPI.. Open Access — free for readers, with article processing charges (APC) paid by authors or their institutions.; High Visibility: indexed within Scopus, SCIE (Web of Science), Inspec, CAPlus SciFinder, and many other databases.

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  • The importance of street trees to urban avifauna -

    2020-4-27 · The ANOSIM analysis is a nonparametric test that uses Monte Carlo randomization of observed data to assess whether ranked dissimilarities within socioeconomic groups were more similar than among groups (Oksanen 2019). We used 999 Monte Carlo permutations to generate the random test statistic, R, which ranges from −1 to 1.

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  • 3M Science. Applied to Life. 3M United States

    3M recently announced it expects to invest approximately 1 billion over the next 20 years to accelerate new environmental goals: achieve carbon neutrality by 2050, reduce water use by 25% at its facilities, and return higher quality water to the environment after use in manufacturing operations.

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  • State Indian Museum Plant Reference Guide

    2019-11-7 · Uses: Fruit (hips) used as food (Pomo and Wappo) Wood used for arrow shafts (Wappo) Fun Fact: Kashia Pomo preferred this plant’s fruit after the first frost when it tasted best. Museum Links: Sketch of plant in “The Gathering,” item 28 Plant found in southeast section of museum (29 on map)

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  • 018 - Native American Uses of Utah Forest Trees | USU

    Practical uses for lodgepole wood included tepee and travois poles, and it was this use of the lodgepole that prompted Lewis and Clark to give the tree its name. The lodgepole was so valuable for tepee poles, in fact, (each tepee needed 25-30 poles) that Plains tribes would travel hundreds of miles to the mountains to get new poles every year.

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  • A Comprehensive Review of Educational Technology

    2021-4-5 · Rapid advances in technology during the last few decades have provided a multitude of new options for teaching and learning. Although technology is being widely adopted in education, there is a shortage of research on the effects that this technology might have on student learning, and why those effects occur. We conducted a comprehensive review of the literature on various uses of digital ...

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  • Aleurites moluccana - Purdue University

    Uses Seed yields 57–80% of inedible, semi-drying oil, liquid at ordinary temperatures, solidifying at -15°C, containing oleostearic acid. Oil, quicker drying than linseed oil, is used as a wood preservative, for varnishes and paint oil, as an illuminant, for soap making, waterproofing paper, rubber substitutes and insulating material.

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  • A Comprehensive Guide to Electronic Signature, from

    2019-1-9 · 2.Concept of e-signatures. Just like the understanding to physical signatures, electronic signature can also be interpreted two-folded. Firstly, it refers to a type of data. In Article 2, the E-signature Law, by borrowing the functions of physical signatures, defines e-signature from the perspective of its functions and effects as follows ...

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  • Thermorheological Behavior of Various Long-Chain

    2008-1-30 · To analyze the thermorheological behavior of various polyethylenes, the relaxation spectra were shifted. Not only linear and short-chain branched PE but also the classical high-pressure LDPE were found to be thermorheologically simple, i.e., the activation energy Ea is independent of the relaxation strength or the relaxation time, respectively. However, for the long-chain branched …

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  • Braided rivers: structure, types and hydrological

    2013-12-16 · Braided rivers represent one of three main channel types. In Northern Eurasia up to 35% of total river length is characterized by this pattern (Chalov 2008; Alexeevsky et al. 2013).The total length of braided rivers in Russia accounts for 40% of the inland waterways and up to …

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  • AMERICAN DOGWOOD: Overview, Uses, Side Effects ...

    2021-6-1 · Ongoing diarrhea. Loss of appetite. Malaria. Boils and wounds, when applied to the skin. Other conditions. More evidence is needed to rate the effectiveness of American dogwood for these uses ...

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  • ANRCatalog - Demonstration and Research Uses of

    Practical uses for lodgepole wood included tepee and travois poles, and it was this use of the lodgepole that prompted Lewis and Clark to give the tree its name. The lodgepole was so valuable for tepee poles, in fact, (each tepee needed 25-30 poles) that Plains tribes would travel hundreds of miles to the mountains to get new poles every year.

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  • (PDF) The Decomposition of Wood Products in

    2021-4-17 · (77%), charcoal (8%), recovered wood (7%), conven-tional (or traditional) forest product manufacturing resi-dues (7%) and forest harvest residues (1%). Although the global proportion of the latter two is small, in 2016 approximately 25% of Swedish energy was produced from a wide range of forestry feedstocks [4], and solid wood

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  • 018 - Native American Uses of Utah Forest Trees | USU

    Similitude theory has been widely applied in many engineering branches, to both complex and simple structures. Elementary structures such as beams, plates, and cylinders may occur as stand-alone simple systems or form the basic structural components of more complex ones (for example, pressure vessels [ …

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  • sculpture | Definition, Types, Techniques, Elements ...

    2016-7-1 · Both are applied to assess all required direct and indirect inputs to a specific product, are based on comprehensive input inventories, and compile them drawing on a wealth of often different but generalizable forms of allocation (Majeau-Bettez et al., 2014). Therefore, a full-fletched IO-model with a very high product detail would provide ...

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  • Sustainable forest biomass: a review of current residue ...

    2021-6-3 · Poplar is used for cough, hemorrhoids, wound healing, and other conditions, but there is no good scientific evidence to support any use. Coronavirus disease …

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  • (PDF) The Decomposition of Wood Products in

    2020-7-2 · Modelling aboveground biomass (AGB) in forest and woodland ecosystems is critical for accurate estimation of carbon stocks. However, scarcity of allometric models for predicting AGB remains an issue that has not been adequately addressed in Africa. In particular, locally developed models for estimating AGB in the tropical woodlands of Ghana have received little attention.

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  • (PDF) Introduction to Timber as an Engineering Material

    Similitude theory has been widely applied in many engineering branches, to both complex and simple structures. Elementary structures such as beams, plates, and cylinders may occur as stand-alone simple systems or form the basic structural components of more complex ones (for example, pressure vessels [ …

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  • Allometric models for estimating aboveground

    Practical uses for lodgepole wood included tepee and travois poles, and it was this use of the lodgepole that prompted Lewis and Clark to give the tree its name. The lodgepole was so valuable for tepee poles, in fact, (each tepee needed 25-30 poles) that Plains tribes would travel hundreds of miles to the mountains to get new poles every year.

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  • Leaf and wood classification framework for terrestrial ...

    2021-3-1 · With the rapid growth of Internet technology, the blockchain has been developed fast in recent years with the wide expansions in finance, medicine, public welfare, and other fields. At the same time, the blockchain technology has also attracted researchers’ increasing attention, leading to a large number of scientific outputs that made significant contributions to blockchain research.

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  • A Review of Similitude Methods for Structural

    2008-1-30 · To analyze the thermorheological behavior of various polyethylenes, the relaxation spectra were shifted. Not only linear and short-chain branched PE but also the classical high-pressure LDPE were found to be thermorheologically simple, i.e., the activation energy Ea is independent of the relaxation strength or the relaxation time, respectively. However, for the long-chain branched …

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  • 018 - Native American Uses of Utah Forest Trees | USU

    2019-5-26 · Increasing the use of biofuels influences atmospheric greenhouse gas concentrations. Although widely recognized, uncertainties related to the particular impacts are typically ignored or only partly considered. In this paper, various sources of uncertainty related to the GHG emission savings of biofuels are considered comprehensively and transparently through scenario analysis and stochastic ...

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  • Multidimensional Development and π-Type Trend of

    2021-5-5 · Single-cell genomics—especially single-cell RNA-seq (scRNA-seq)—has opened the way to a comprehensive analysis of the relationship between cells, including their different types, states ...

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  • Leaf and wood classification framework for terrestrial ...

    2018-4-20 · As awareness of climate and environment issues increases and consumption habits change, new opportunities are opening up for the forest industry and wood construction to develop functional green solutions to meet consumers’ needs. Wood is a versatile raw material and the only renewable construction material. The manufacture of wood products and structures consumes little energy in …

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  • Minimizing environmental impacts of timber products ...

    2021-6-4 · A comprehensive assessment of European forest-based biomass harvest poten-tials, their future utilization and implications on international wood product markets and forest carbon dynamics requires the capability to model forest re-source development as well as global markets for wood …

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  • iForest Research Article - SISEF.ORG

    In this study, the stress-reducing effects of wood and plants were studied in the context of an office environment. This study took a psychophysiological approach to stress and attempted to assess the sympathetic and parasympathetic branches of the autonomic nervous system. Four office environments were studied in this factorial design: wood and plants, wood and no plants, no wood and plants ...

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  • Wood in the human environment : restorative

    2020-9-30 · Bamboo forests are undoubtedly one of the most abundant nontimber plants on Earth and cover a wide area of tropical and subtropical regions around the world. This amazing plant has unique rapid growth and can play an important role in protecting our planet from pollution and improving the soil. Bamboo can be used as a biofuel, food, and for architecture and construction applications and plays ...

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  • Application of Bamboo Plants in Nine Aspects

    2021-1-13 · 1 INTRODUCTION. Shrub willow (Salix spp.) is a biomass crop managed in short rotation coppiced systems.Willow production can capture carbon dioxide (CO 2) from the atmosphere and offset fossil fuel consumption if used for bioenergy.Willow has been identified by the National Academy of Sciences as one of the “promising and potentially productive options” to produce biomass on marginal …

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  • A semi‐commercial case study of willow biomass

    When we collapse low-support branches in gene trees, posterior goes up for several branches: nine branches have improvements of 10% or more, and only two branches have comparable reductions. An interesting case is Coleochaetales as sister to Zygnematales + land plants, which has only 62% BS and 61% posterior, but has 100% collapsed posterior.

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