At sites S1 and S2, the northwest-striking joint set formed first, ... Surfaces 331,76 4.7+ 1.9(11) 3.5+ 1.2(10) Courthouse Wash Boundary Spring 73,80 ...
Author: Hugh A. Hurlow
Publisher: Utah Geological Survey
The Courthouse-Sevenmile spring system in southwest Arches National Park supports the base flow of Courthouse Wash and a stable riparian environment that is critical to the ecology of the park and adjacent areas. Small flow volumes and location in a desert environment makes the Courthouse Wash ecohydrologic system highly vulnerable to decreases in volume and quality of recharge water. This study characterizes the hydrologic system and delineates recharge area for the system. The results will help establish limits on future ground-water appropriations west and northwest of the park, to preserve the present environmental quality and ecologic stability of Courthouse Wash This CD consists of a 55-page report and three plates at a scale of approximately 1:24,000, all in pdf format.
... Autumn S16 Ch'ang - an Spring S17 Lyric on the First Month of Spring S18 An Evening View as the Rain Clears S19 Composed on the Day of Spring Begins S20 ...
Author: Robin D.S. Yates
Category: Literary Criticism
Wei Chuang was a prolific Tang dynasty poet. He not only wrote in the shih form (poems in the old and new styles, the latter having strict rules of meter, rhyme, and euphony), but also was one of two literati founders of the tz’u (lyric) tradition, based on a popular song form. This tripartite study provides a thoroughgoing picture of his life and work. The book begins with the first detailed biography of Wei Chuang in a Western language, drawn both from historical sources and Wei’s poetry. The shih poems are intensely autobiographical and provide insight into Wei’s own experience and into the situation in China at the end of the ninth century. A second section analyzes the poetry, demonstrating that Wei’s tz’u cannot be understood without reference to his shih compositions, a new approach to the totality of Wei’s work. Finally, this volume presents translations, briefly annotated, of 110 shih poems, including his major narrative poem, The Lament of the Lady of Chin, and almost all the tz’u attributed to him, constituting more than a third of Wei Chuang’s extant poetry. The translations, while hewing close in meaning to their Chinese originals, have considerable value as poems in English. This work offers information that is useful to those interested in the literature, history, and general culture of medieval China. The translations bring to modern readers of English poetry the pleasures of becoming acquainted with a complex and innovative voice from the Chinese past.
Author: Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory of Quantitative BiologyPublish On: 1974
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transferring 8 - hr glands immediately to fresh hormone - containing medium (
Ashburner , 1973 ) or by washing 6 - hr glands for 2 hr in hormone - free medium first ...
Author: Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory of Quantitative Biology
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Author: Presbyterian Church in the U.S.A. General AssemblyPublish On: 1942
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Author: Presbyterian Church in the U.S.A. General Assembly