The impacts of pollution resulting from large explosive volcanic eruptions on the atmospheric heat budget and planetary albedo are not in doubt1,2. However, the effects of volcanic aerosols on the surface climate are less clear and still controversial3,4. In a previous study5 it was shown that significant surface cooling occurs over the landmasses of the Northern Hemisphere in the first few months after a major eruption in that hemisphere. Here we extend that work using new surface-air temperature compilations based on land and marine data6 for both the Northern and Southern Hemispheres. Our results indicate that major Northern Hemisphere eruptions have an immediate effect on the Northern Hemisphere average surface temperature but little or no effect on the Southern Hemisphere average. Southern Hemisphere eruptions affect both Southern and Northern Hemisphere temperatures after a lag of between six months and a year.
September 18, 2020 /Sports News – Local Prep Sports Roundup: 9/18 Written by Tags: Roundup FacebookTwitterLinkedInEmailFootball2-A SouthSALINA, Utah-Kason Janes returned an interception 78 yards for a score and hauled in two scoring receptions, of 49 and 25 yards, as the Kanab Cowboys spoiled North Sevier’s homecoming by outlasting a spirited Wolves second-half comeback, 28-23 Friday in 2-A South football action.Astoundingly, Janes has five receptions on the season, each of which have gone for scoring receptions for the 6-0 (3-0 in 2-A South play) Cowboys.Derek Houston goes up-top to Kason Janes on a 49-yard scoring strike and that’s five receptions for Janes on the season for five scores. Five for five like old-school @Arbys roast beef sandwiches. That is astounding. The 2-point conversion attempt fails. 28-2 Kanab 2:10 3rd Q— Brad James (@BradfatherSpeak) September 19, 2020Janes’ heroics were one of the twists and turns in this game which saw each team score a safety. North Sevier started scoring when a Kanab snap on a punt sailed over punter Mason (Bradley) Haycock’s head for a 2-0 Wolves lead.Kanab then blocked a punt, setting up a 20-yard scoring run by Cowboys signal-caller Derek Houston although the PAT was blocked, making it 6-2 Kanab.Janes then added his 78-yard interception return for a score and 25-yard scoring reception to make it 20-2. Parker Fraklin then sacked North Sevier signal-caller Kannin Boswell (2 of 10, 23 yards, TD/INT) for a safety, giving Kanab a 22-2 lead at the half.However, behind the stellar play of star tailback Landan Gale (26 car, 277 yards, 2 TD’s; just under 10.7 yards per carry), the Wolves hung around. Boswell also contriubted with a 15-yard scoring reception to Cauy Williams (2 rec, 23 yards, TD) and an intereception defensively. Furthermore, Nathan Snyder (11 car, 30 yards, TD) added a 3-yard scoring run for the Wolves.Nevertheless, North Sevier failed on an onside kick to conclude the game, allowing the Cowboys to run out the clock and hold on for the victory.Kanab does their best @Lionelrichie impression to “hold on” as they are now 6-0 and 3-0 in 2-A South play, quelling a spirited North Sevier comeback effort in prevailing 28-23.— Brad James (@BradfatherSpeak) September 19, 2020The Cowboys next host Milford September 25 at 7:00 pm and North Sevier travels across U.S. 50 to face the Millard Eagles September 25.This will be a Mid-Utah Radio broadcast that can be heard on KSVC 100.5 FM or online at midutahradio.com.Michael Warino had 14 carries on 71 yards for Kanab, serving as the Cowboys’ leading rusher on the evening. The Wolves fell to 1-5 and 0-3 in 2-A South play with a loss.PAROWAN, Utah-Taylor Davies hauled in a 12-yard scoring reception and Jed DeGraffenried had scoring runs of 1 and 10 yards as the Millard Eagles got past Parowan 21-14 Friday in 2-A South football action. Easton Jense had a 1-yard touchdown run in defeat for the Rams.ENTERPRISE, Utah-Bryant Jimenez posted a 15-yard scoring reception and ran for another score as the Enterprise Wolves downed Milford 24-14 in 2-A South football action Friday. Bret Beebe had a 3-yard touchdown run and Treyton Rose ran 15 yards for another score for the Tigers in the loss.Region 12RICHFIELD, Utah-Kasey Giddings had touchdown runs of 22, 4 and 11 yards and hauled in a 29-yard scoring reception for Gavin Brown as the Richfield Wildcats smacked Carbon 42-14 in Region 12 football action Friday. Brown also threw a 16-yard scoring strike to Max Robinson in victory for the Wildcats.BLANDING, Utah-Jace Palmer threw four touchdown passes and returned an interception 33 yards for another score as the San Juan Broncos routed South Sevier 56-6 Friday in Region 12 football action. Jaxin Torgerson had a 50-yard touchdown run in the loss for the Rams.Region 14MANTI, Utah-Tyler Taukeiaho had scoring runs of 40, 44 and 4 yards as the Manti Templars pounded American Leadership 35-7, giving the Templars a successful Homecoming game Friday in Region 14 football action. Austin Cox added a 4-yard scoring run and an 11-yard fumble return for a score in the win for Manti.MT. PLEASANT, Utah-Landon Bowles tossed three touchdown passes and the North Sanpete Hawks outlasted Delta 28-21 in Region 14 football action Friday as the Hawks celebrated a successful Homecoming game. Oran Finlinson had scoring runs of 1 and 5 yards and Will Finlison added a 47-yard touchdown run in victory for the Rabbits.NEPHI, Utah-Bodee Blackett had touchdown runs of 38 and 2 yards and the Juab Wasps pounded Union 55-6 Friday in Region 14 football action. Shan Jackson, Ryker Richards, Trey Lund and Jakob Bailey also added touchdown runs for the Wasps. Louk Stevens added a 21-yard interception return for a score in victory for the Wasps.2-A NorthGUNNISON, Utah-Walker Woolstenhulme threw three touchdown passes and the North Summit Braves pounded Gunnison Valley 38-16 in 2-A North football action Friday. Jack Hansen threw two touchdown passes in the loss for the Bulldogs.Non-RegionBEAVER, Utah-Treyson Hunter threw a pair of touchdown passes to Crayton Hollingshead as the Beaver Beavers routed Grantsville 42-20 in non-region football action Friday. Turner Williams, EJ Allred and Bryton Langston added scoring runs in the win for the Beavers.VolleyballRegion 12RICHFIELD, Utah-The Richfield Wildcats prevailed 3-2 in a tight five set win over Grand Friday in a Region 12 volleyball match. The Wildcats won 25-20, 26-24, 25-8, 15-25, and 15-10 in the fifth set.Region 20ESCALANTE, Utah-The Valley Buffaloes swept Escalante 3-0 Friday in Region 20 volleyball action. The Buffaloes won 25-23, 25-19, 25-21.TROPIC, Utah-The Wayne Badgers earned a straight set sweep over Bryce Valley Friday in Region 20 volleyball action. The Badgers won 25-13, 25-21, 25-19.Baseball1A South RegionPRICE, Utah-Joel Romo doubled and earned the win on the mound as the Bryce Valley Mustangs beat Pinnacle 6-2 Friday in 1A South Region baseball action. Ethan Willis also doubled and drove in two runs in the win for the Mustangs.BICKNELL, Utah-The Valley Buffaloes scored three runs in each the sixth and seventh innings to earn the win over Wayne 8-3 Friday in 1A South Region baseball action. Conner Chamberlain earned the win on the mound and hit a home run for Valley in the win. Spencer Cox and Gavin Hoyt each added doubles in the win. Ethan Morrill and Brody Durfey doubled in the loss for Wayne. Brad James
November 11, 2020 /Sports News – Local Weber State, Southern Utah Men’s Basketball Ranked in Big Sky Preseason Polls Brad James Written by Tags: Big Sky Conference FacebookTwitterLinkedInEmailFARMINGTON, Utah-Wednesday, the Big Sky Conference men’s basketball preseason media and coaches polls were released.Eastern Washington was picked first in both the media and coaches polls.The Eagles received 99 points, including nine first-place votes, in the coaches poll and 304 points, including 24 first-place votes, in the media poll.In the coaches poll, Weber State placed third with 73 points and fifth in the media poll, with 183 points.Southern Utah placed seventh in the coaches poll with 56 points and sixth in the media poll with 173 points.Basketball Digital Media Day is slated for Thursday at 10:00 am.
Home » News » Land & New Homes » Bristol regeneration scheme grows previous nextLand & New HomesBristol regeneration scheme growsThe Negotiator19th October 20180666 Views A new development at the centre of a huge regeneration scheme on the outskirts of Bristol is proving popular.Barratt Homes’ Filwood Park, will have 150 homes. 10 have already been reserved ahead of the showhouse opening.Barratt is creating a park which will offer plenty of space for leisure and recreation, with a focus on ecology native trees planted for shelter and wildlife and marginal planting and meadow grass to create habitats for insects.Filwood Park will have two, three and four-bedroom homes, all built to be highly sustainable. Some form a crescent by the park, creating a strong design feature and sense of identity.Local amenities include a cinema, restaurants, a school and supermarkets. Filwood Park is also close to Hengrove Park Leisure Centre.Sales Director Andrea Pilgrim said, “In partnership with Homes England, we’ve worked hard to create this impressive new community. Filwood Park is proving to be a real success story and we’ve been thrilled with the level of interest from local people. So far we have already sold 10 properties.”regeneration scheme Barratt Homes Bristol Filwood Park October 19, 2018The NegotiatorWhat’s your opinion? Cancel replyYou must be logged in to post a comment.Please note: This is a site for professional discussion. Comments will carry your full name and company.This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.Related articles Letting agent fined £11,500 over unlicenced rent-to-rent HMO3rd May 2021 BREAKING: Evictions paperwork must now include ‘breathing space’ scheme details30th April 2021 City dwellers most satisfied with where they live30th April 2021
Several teams of firefighters were called to Brookes University yesterday after a dangerous chemical leak was detected in the Sinclair building.The South Central Ambulance Service treated one man on the site for breathing difficulties, but no other casualties were reported.Students and staff working in the surrounding parts of the campus on Headington road had to be evacuated at 11am. The area stayed empty until the site was declared safe again.The leak was the result of an incident in the Sinclair laboratories for Health and Life sciences. The labs were kept closed by the security services for a few hours in order to ensure that there was no remaining risk of contamination.Crews from Oxfordshire Fire and Rescue, three fire engines and a Hazardous Decontamination Unit all rapidly arrived at the scene from Slade, Abingdon and Didcot as well as an ambulance from the South Central service.The incident was described as “a chemical/hazardous material incident” by the firefighters, according to County council Paul Smith who talked to the Oxford Mail directly after the events yesterday. “The situation is under control and has been made safe and firefighters expect to be able to leave the scene within the next hour,” Paul Smith added.Natalie Gidley, spokeswoman for Brookes University, told the Oxford Mail, “It’s as a result of an incident involving a chemical spill in one of the labs in the Sinclair building. “The building has been temporarily closed and evacuated and we think it will be shut for two or three hours.”The Sinclair building is situated in the centre of Brookes’ main campus on Headington road. The John Henry Brookes building opposite it houses the main reception along with Brookes Union, cafes and a library.Other buildings in Headington are currently closed for refurbishment, including the Clerici building which will offer new research offices and science laboratories.
Coffee Republic chairman Peter Breach has promised to “forcefully address” the “disappointingly weak” performance of its company-owned coffee shops.Full-year results to 30 March 2008 show the company made a net loss of £2.5m (2007: £2.42m), in the first full year since Breach and chief executive Steven Bartlett took control of the business.While overall sales – covering both franchises and company-owned stores – grew by 9% during the year, sales at company-owned stores dived by 39.8% to £5.8m.“This has been a year of significant change with the brand now represented across the UK and in twelve countries overseas,” said Breach. “We are still in a turnaround period and our costs have continued to out-pace our income as we vigorously invest in the future of this global brand.”Over the past year, the number of Coffee Republic outlets has more than quadrupled to 193, with major growth coming from a doubling of franchise units to 53. CR now has 10 stores abroad, with roll-out commitments for 200 stores over the next five years. Bartlett, who has a substantial shareholding in the business, is stepping down as chief executive at CR’s AGM and will remain on Coffee Republic’s board as a non-executive director. Breach said: “I intend to propose his appointment as vice-chairman at that meeting.”The company said it was entering a phase of “consolidation and refinement”.
The British Society of Baking (BSB) Autumn Conference is now taking bookings for the networking dinner on Monday 4 October, and conference on Tuesday 5 October.Ted Rich, of Rich Products, will speak about cakes from the world markets in which Rich’s operates. Roel Orselof CSM will present topics and trends for European bakery products and ingredients. Kevin Kingsland, chartered occupational psychologist will be giving a talk on effective people management, organisational development and business performance, while Edward Garner, communications director at Kantar Worldpanel, will look at the facts and figures in relation to the grocery retail market’s economic recovery. Tony Parsons, of Parsons Design and Marketing, will be speaking about the importance of branding. There will also be a presentation from those representing Great Britain in the Louis Lesaffre World Cup.BSB chairman Keith Houliston said: “It would be great to see as many delegates as possible for the dinner and/or the conference at the popular Ardencote Manor in Warwickshire.”The conference will be chaired by award-winning baker David Powell and Peter Jones of Speedibake.For further details, contact [email protected] or tel 01869 247098/277094.
By Tommie Lee – December 21, 2020 0 280 Facebook Google+ ALDI added to online purchase list for Indiana SNAP recipients IndianaLocalNewsSouth Bend Market WhatsApp Twitter Google+ Hoosier SNAP recipients can now use their Hoosier Works EBT cards to buy groceries online for pickup and delivery at ALDI locations.This puts ALDI on a list with Amazon and Walmart, which were approved for online purchases earlier this year.SNAP recipients are automatically eligible for this service and do not need to apply. This was made possible through a partnership between ALDI stores and Instacart. Twitter Pinterest Facebook Pinterest WhatsApp Previous articleNotre Dame linebacker wins 2020 Butkus AwardNext articleWoman injured in roadway shooting in Cass County Tommie Lee
The Jerry Garcia Family recently announced a blowout celebration for Jerry Garcia‘s 75th birthday at Red Rocks Amphitheatre on August 4th, 2017. The evening, simply dubbed “Jerry Garcia 75th Birthday Concert,” will feature performances by Bob Weir’s Campfire Band and The Jerry Garcia 75th Birthday Band, a special collaboration featuring Melvin Seals, Jackie LaBranch, and Gloria Jones of Jerry Garcia Band as well as Oteil Burbridge (Dead & Company), Kamasi Washington, Tom Hamilton (Joe Russo’s Almost Dead; American Babies), Duane Trucks (Widespread Panic) and more. Today, the Jerry Garcia Family has announced that the Jerry Garcia 75th Birthday Concert celebration will continue with five additional concert events in San Francisco, Los Angeles, Nashville, Brooklyn, and Burlington.The newly added celebrations are anchored by the 15th annual Jerry Day in at the Jerry Garcia Amphitheatre in San Francisco’s McLaren Park on August 6th featuring Melvin Seals and the JGB, Stu Allen, and Mars Hotel, and Midnight North. Jerry Day is free to attend, however donations are gladly accepted.On August 1, at the Teragram Ballroom in Los Angeles, Aquarium Drunkard and the Jerry Garcia Family will present Grateful Shred and Friends, a collective of Southern California’s premiere session players including members of Circles Around The Sun, The Western Stars, Mapache, and more. Expect an evening built on a foundation of the Grateful Dead’s country-Americana classics of the early seventies, but reverently spanning the entire history of the Dead.On August 1, the Brooklyn Bowl will host NYC’s celebration with The Garcia Project performing a full, classic Jerry Garcia Band set list from 1976-1995 and Andy Falco (of the Infamous Stringdusters) & Friends presenting a special performance of Garcia & Grisman’s The Pizza Tapes.On August 1, the Burlington celebration will occur at the Higher Ground Ballroom and feature an all-star cast of local musicians. The evening’s line-up and program will be announced shortly, but expect an evening centered around the music of the Grateful Dead, Jerry Garcia Band, and more.On August 2, a collection of Nashville’s finest musicians will present Ain’t No Place I’d Rather Be at the Basement East in Nashville, TN. The collective will explore the expansive Garcia Songbook with portions of the evening dedicated to Garcia’s many solo projects and work with the Grateful Dead. Additional details and line-up to be announced shortly.For more information on the upcoming events, head to the Jerry Garcia website.
Photo: Adam McCullough On Friday, November 23rd, Twiddle kicked off their two-night “Frendsgiving” run at the Capitol Theatre in Port Chester, New York with opening support from the Kitchen Dwellers. Both bands went above and beyond to support one another, trading sit-ins and offering exciting covers to celebrate the occasion.Twiddle keyboardist Ryan Dempsey sat in during the opening slot, covering The Band‘s “Don’t Do It” in celebration of the 42nd anniversary of The Last Waltz. The cover came just a few days after Kitchen Dwellers announced their upcoming EP, Reheated, Vol. 1, a tribute to The Band and the first in a series of EPs dedicated to covers.During their headlining sets, Twiddle impressed the crowd with their original material, chock full of captivating compositions and extended jams. The Vermont-based quartet continued to show their ongoing appreciation for the Montana-based bluegrass sensations by closing the first set with a cover of the Kitchen Dwellers’ “Visions of Mohr”, which featured bassist Joe Funk, mandolinist Shawn Swain, banjoist Torrin Daniels, and guitarist Max Davies. The studio recording of the Ghost In The Bottle song features Mihali Savoulidis on vocals. Toward the end of the second set, the Kitchen Dwellers were once again welcomed to the stage to collaborate on their own “Mountain”. Both bands returned to the stage to perform Twiddle’s “Hattibagen McRat” for the evening’s encore.You can watch the pro-shot video of Kitchen Dwellers set, and the first two songs of both Twiddle sets below, courtesy of Relix.Kitchen Dwellers – Full SetTwiddle – “Blunderbuss” & “Burdens Blooming”Twiddle – “Nicodemus Portulay”, “Polluted Beauty”Last week, Twiddle released a live album of recordings pulled from their Friday and Saturday performances at Tumble Down Festival 2018. The 12-track live album, titled Live From Tumble Down 2018 and available now for streaming on Spotify and iTunes, is broken down into two sets, showcasing the stand-out moments from both July 27th and July 28th of the annual Vermont festival, and features the live debut of the “Orlando’s Themed Character Set”. If you haven’t yet, check it out here.Twiddle returns to the Capitol Theatre tonight with the Eric Krasno Band. Limited tickets remain here.Setlist: Twiddle | Capitol Theatre | Port Chester, NY | 11/23/18I: Blunderbuss, Burdens Blooming, Every Soul, Carter Candlestick, Dr. Remidi’s Melodium (with Gubb dump), Drifter, Visions of Mohr (Kitchen Dwellers cover)II: Nicodemus Portulay, Polluted Beauty, Wasabi Eruption, Subconscious Prelude, Mountain (Kitchen Dwellers cover, with Kitchen Dwellers), Lost In The ColdE: Hattibagen McRat (with Kitchen Dwellers) Load remaining images