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Anomalous Propagation By robert cheatham
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anomalous propagation: those false returns on the radar screen, on your consciousness, the wiggles seen out of the corner of the eye: there but not there, the material world brought to life,... More > zombie-like; the conscious world put to sleep, zombie-like' meeting in the middle, we exist somewhere between transmission and 'false' return. Nothing to do but dance that mess around.< Less
Anomalous Propagation By robert cheatham
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anomalous propagation: those false returns on the radar screen, on your consciousness, the wiggles seen out of the corner of the eye: there but not there, the material world brought to life,... More > zombie-like; the conscious world put to sleep, zombie-like' meeting in the middle, we exist somewhere between transmission and 'false' return. Nothing to do but dance that mess around.< Less
Antennas & Propagation By U.S. Army TM 11-666
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U.S. Army publication dated Feb 1953. Easy to read & understand basic information on antennas.
The Future of Giant Miscanthus Propagation By Bryan Holloman
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Giant Miscanthus (Miscanthus x giganteus) is a perennial C4 grass from the grass family Poaceae, which is efficient in converting sunlight to biomass with limited water availability and in climates... More > with high temperatures. It has gained much attention as feedstock for cellulosic ethanol due to its ability to grow on marginal land and being classified as non-invasive grass species. Since Miscanthus is propagated by rhizomes it is hard to meet the growing demand from farmers. A successful micropropagation protocol will help speed up regeneration cycle, reduce cost, produce high volume, being less cumbersome, and will require less space.< Less
The Future of Giant Miscanthus Propagation By Bryan Holloman
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Giant Miscanthus (Miscanthus x giganteus) is a perennial C4 grass from the grass family Poaceae, which is efficient in converting sunlight to biomass with limited water availability and in climates... More > with high temperatures. It has gained much attention as feedstock for cellulosic ethanol due to its ability to grow on marginal land and being classified as non-invasive grass species. Since Miscanthus is propagated by rhizomes it is hard to meet the growing demand from farmers. A successful micropropagation protocol will help speed up regeneration cycle, reduce cost, produce high volume, being less cumbersome, and will require less space.< Less
Fictional Creature Propagates Reality By David Pearson
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A narrative was developed to question presupposed definitions of public/private and nature/infrastructure. Through the relationships of characters, new values arose. Overlapping jurisdictions of... More > the site leave behind oddities: water fowl hunting, nudism, animal trapping, and pesticide laced water disposal. The site is clearly overtaken by caretakers: a game warden, water fowl hunters, a farmer, marines, the EPA, CalTrans, North County Transit District, pesticide lobbyists, lifeguards. Potential space allows for the perpetuating complexity of increasing numbers of jurisdictions A CREATURE TO ROAM AN ARMATURE DEVICE and A TOWER to observe, gather/distill information, experience the site, allow future jurisdictions to occupy, raise plants, research natural infrastructural means of solving big manmade infrastructural problems.< Less
Heaven and Earth VII: Propagation By David Francis
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Full Color Catalog from 2015 Temporary Outdoor Art Exhibition at Carkeek Park in Seattle. Presented by Center for Environmental Art, curated by David Francis, Thendara Kida-Gee, David Koon and Paula... More > Hoff. With an essays from the project directory David Francis, and historical notes about the park by Lex Voorhoeve. Includes images of all works, and artist's statements and bios from all 12 participating artists.< Less
The Novice Gardener's Guide to Plant Propagation By Alex Martin
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The subject of my book has been covered by many writers before me, and at first glance this book may appear pretty much the same as theirs, and to a point, I would agree, simply because we are... More > discussing the same subject matter. But that's where it ends! In writing my books; I have added the 'personal touch' by using data from diaries I have kept since 1986, meaning that all my data is tried and tested by me! Add to that I mainly use photographs that are taken by me of plants and equipment that I have grown, or used. I have also addressed something that so far as I know, no other author has attempted to do, and that is; I have created a system that allows my readers to adjust data in the book to suit their particular location. Read the book to find out more!< Less
Propagating plantation trees from cuttings in containers By Warrick Nelson
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Teaching material for containerized forest nursery systems. Vegetative propagation at a large scale for plantation forestry.
Propagating Plantation Trees from Cuttings in Containers By Warrick Nelson
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Training and practical resource manual for foresters and forest nursery staff. Lots of colour pictures and schematic diagrams of nurseries and nursery practices. Clearly shows nursery layout and... More > practices. Presents key management issues facing the forest nursery manager. Deals mainly with pines, eucalypts and acacia species. Very useful for existing nurseries seeking to expand or diversify into cuttings. Would be suitable for student and in-service training programmes. ISBN 0-476-00110-2.< Less