The proposed classification scheme requires the use of appropriate index tests such as the point load text and slaking tests.The Report of Working Party (1995) provides a scheme for describing the state of weathering for uniform rock materials which are moderately strong or stronger in the fresh state which shows a clear gradation in engineering properties during weathering.Once sufficient descriptive data on the rock material and the rock mass has been acquired to establish the mechanisms and stages of weathering present, a site specific weathering classification can be developed to provide a consistent means of describing both the rock material and, more importantly the rock mass.In addition to circulating the draft at various stages a...
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the weather was good, But once the battle started it got worse.Both “Exposure” and “Spring Offensive” narrate the truth behind the soldiers, they both relate to the experiences faced by the armed forces and both enforce the explicit details of the weather and of the fighting that haunted the poet’s life.‘Till like a cold gust thrills the little world’ this shows that the weather has just got worse and that things will get worse.I think that Owen may well have thought of doing this as he talks with so much hatred about the weather and in the poem he describes that it has come to the worst it can get (snow) you feel that he may well of thought of throwing in the towel and ending this nightmare.Also from a readers point of view you can see ...
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In the novel, Jane’s mood is, to a degree, determined by the weather mentioned.All positive weather described in the novel foreshadowed either a positive mood or event, sometimes both.She gave the readers hints of what was to be expected, but only in the way to encourage the readers to read on.Although this strategy followed a strict rule, the scenes in the novel were not expected or plain.NOTES ***VERY ORGANIZED AND WELL WRITTEN....REMEMBER TO USE CONSISTENT VERB TENSE!
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Weather forecasting for weather derivatives 100: 6-16 .However, based on their findings of the research, they concluded that the Black-Scholes model is not a suitable model to price for the weather derivatives as the weather market developed very quickly and it is inconsistent.Since in Malaysia, it is lack of researchers doing the research about the pricing weather derivatives, so, this research of modelling and pricing of weather derivatives gives some small impact on the economy.This caused those farmers could not afford for the insurance and hence the weather derivatives are highly needed as weather derivatives normally had a lower price than the weather insurance.So, the questions to be answered in this research will be how well the...
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Also another storm shows Heathcliff’s feelings when Cathy decides to marry Edgar.Instead of stormy weather it is normally calm and it represents the other end of the social scale.This makes it sound like the moors mainly have bad weather as Wuthering Heights has been built sturdy to be able to with hold the strong winds.The weather symbolises the feelings and actions of the characters.It is a good and clear way to express their feelings.
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Both authors have a different and are irritated by both the dog and the weather and they use their tone to show that.His feelings are uncertain but in the end he forgives the weather and calls it the most “enchanting “ weather in the world.In “The Weather of New England” , it talks about the different , interesting types of weather in New England.The two stories that I am comparing are “The Weather of New England” by Mark Twain and “The Dog that Bit People” by James Thurber.This shows sarcasm and understates the unknown weather making it seem like no big deal , but it can be dangerous and more people feel unexpected and unprepared.
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‘Violent blasts of rain had accompanied these rages of wind, and the day just closed as I sat down to read had been the worst of all’ again uses powerful adjectives (violent, rages) to emphasise the force of the weather.‘So furious had been the gusts, that high buildings had had the lead stripped of their roofs; and in the country, trees had been torn up, and sails of windmills carried away; and gloomy accounts had come in from the coast, of shipwreck and death’ is a long complex sentence, which was a common technique in 19th century writing – it also includes many powerful words (furious, stripped, gloomy, torn up, death) so further emphasise the savagery of the weather.This list is an ordered way of describing the convict, which is a c...
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As the art of writing was discovered, people begun to document these observations on their environment and analyzed the collected data to make a more rational projection of the weather.gives us a clear picture of what weather and climate are when they discussed that weather can be described as “day-to-day variations in our atmosphere” and are short-term in nature, while climate a long-term-average of weather, can be described as estimates made on compilations of weather statistics of a region which includes “daily, monthly and annual means, medians and variability of the weather data”.Observation on daily weather on local climates was tried by geographer Federov.In 1883, as more discoveries on new laws on physics, instruments and inventi...
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Mariana is a shorter poem with seven verses.As the poem progresses, the weather worsens darkness rain.The weather in Mariana reflects her mind; she is constantly in a state of depression.The setting contrasts freedom against captivity, the weather contrasts life against death.This is because Mariana is where nothing really changes, sad woman feeling miserable, weather and setting similarly depressing .
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The sentences flow freely when he writes of nature, describing the sun or the weather or the lap of water against his skin.Meursault’s keen observation of color and the fact that the weather affects him in profound ways all allude to something deeper.His connection with nature hints at his existentialist tendencies revealed later on in the novel, as he finds pleasure in the physical world; instances such as good weather please him.My whole being tensed and I squeezed my hand around the revolver.”1 Here, the sun and the heat are used to create vivid imagery that characterizes the weather as a force by itself, an irrefutable force that has control over Meursault, something that dictates his physical actions at times.Color and weather are u...
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The weather is depressing and is lowering people’s spirits.From the first stanza to the second there is a change in atmosphere with a direct comparison “I sat in a warm bar.” This also emphasises how cold the weather actually is.The two poems are both similar in the way that they both personify the weather through imagery to emphasis the coldness.The weather is so brutal and cold that the man then imagines that the guy is talking to him “as if the guy had spoken”.Throughout the poem, more personification is used to show how cold the weather is.
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Erik Larson describes a hurricane coming toward Galveston figuratively and literally with his use of diction, figurative language, sentence structure, and organization of the piece.Larson furthers his suspense with the weather in the U.S and Africa not only with his diction and figurative language but with his sentence structure.Paragraph three continues with the weather of not only Africa but in the U.S. with the “sea was hot (paragraph 3)” and “land was hot (paragraph3) to change the focus to the on the U.S. .Larson also uses parallelism to emphasize the weather with “colder and colder (paragraph 6)” and “higher and higher (paragraph 6)” he does this again for suspense to what is coming.Larson starts out by describing Africa as “awak...
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‘It was cold, bleak, biting weather; foggy withal.‘ Weather and cold are here used as metaphors, and the word ‘handsomely’ means generosity, generous is something that Scrooge definitely isn’t.Weather alongside hot and cold imagery is also used to link us with Scrooge’s ugly qualities.‘It was cold, bleak, biting weather: foggy withal.‘No warmth could warm him, no wintry weather chill him.
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They tend to slip in and out of reality and the weather ultimately changes to represent these thoughts in their own wandering minds.This is a beautiful image and a deliberate contrast to how the weather was related to beforehand, but now the group are imagining themselves in warmer times, and nature is a good way of explaining this.It is noticeable that within the poem, Wilfred Owen also allows the weather to change along with the soldiers’ thoughts, feeling and deepest hope and dreams.Another example of Wilfred Owen’s contrast in weather that exists in their thoughts is when he says that they are deep into ‘grassier ditches’, with ‘blossoms trickling’.It also shows that because since the early times God has been traditionally in unity w...
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For example this is what he stated, ‘wretched weather; stormy and wet, stormy and wet; and mud, mud, mud deep in all’.Overall Charles Dickens has used the weather to great effect by us, the reader, wonder about how the weather conditions will either harm Pip or build up to more catastrophic events.Here we see Dickens using repetition to reinforce the unbearable weather conditions hence creating tension.Additionally, in the second part of the sentence Dickens uses personification to depict the weather which could the build up anxiety.From this quote, we see that by Dickens using the word ‘wretched’, he is indicating that the weather is very harsh.
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A major part of cyclone disaster refinement and weather forecasting are the severe weather alerts and advisories to people that severe or hazardous weather is expected.Cyclone disaster makes severe weather changes that damage property and disturb the daily lives.weather forecast and disaster refinement forecast is assessed which involves weather related data such as temperature, air pressure, rainfall, solar radiation,relative humidity, wind speed, sea level pressure, ground level pressure and their location related latitude and longitude.After around to staring at temperatures, reading reviews, and watching weather alerts roll in, that this Weather offers the most straightforward approach to presenting weather data on an Android Smartph...
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The author, as in the previous chapter, once again uses the weather in order to create an atmosphere that mirrors the action of the chapter, and also the moods of the character.The weather is also used by the author in order to add atmosphere to the chapter.Repetition is also used in order to emphasize the weather, and to suggest that there is no escape from the outside world, no matter how hard Pip tries.The chapter also implies that Pip’s mood is like the weather, unpredictable and powerful, “the lamps in the court were blown out… the lamps on the bridges and the shore were shuddering”.Dickens goes further in his description of the weather, and conveys the seemingly never-ending bad weather as “a vast heavy veil… driving over London”.<...
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Dickens uses the adjective ‘angry’ more then once to show that whatever is going to happen won’t be good.Dickens describes the weather as ‘stormy and wet, stormy and wet’ which uses repetition to push across how bad the weather is.These all give negative connotations to the reader to create the bad tension in the weather.In this chapter we get to meet Abel Magwitch who will become a central figure in Pip’s life.He also says, ‘mud, mud, mud’ which is a list of three, which is a very convincing technique to help set the scene for Magwitch’s return.
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At the end of the book, Shiftlet feels guilty and sad; the weather then goes from cloudy to a huge storm.However, he does not redeem himself, but keeps on going with his plan, like the weather will keep going with its plans.After his numerous actions, however, the weather takes a turn for the worse.So, how did Flannery develop the weather around Mr. Shiftlet’s mood because of his actions?Your mood is equivalent to the weather.
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Meteorological radar provide information on precipitation location and intensity.. Additionally, if a Pulse Doppler weather radar is used then wind speed and direction can be determined.. .. Data assimilation (DA) is a method used in the weather forecasting process in which observations of the current (and possibly, past) weather are combined with a previous forecast for that time to produce the meteorological `analysis’; the best estimate of the current state of the atmosphere.… SYNOP (surface synoptic observations) is a numerical code (called FM-12 by WMO) used for reporting marine weather observations made by manned and automated weather stations.Image File history File links NAM_500_MB.PNGââ‚¬Å½ File links The following pages on the...
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Before I dig any deeper into the complicated weather systems, I will first describe a very important detail to our “weather drama.” There is a very distinctive body of air called an air mass.As you have just read, all of these topics play a key role in weather systems.By using inductive reasoning, we know that winter generally brings cold, and wet weather, while summer generally brings hot, dry weather.By using deductive reasoning, I will now discuss the logistics behind winter weather and summer weather.I will be discussing a weather system for North America, and specifically for California.
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No, because weather is what happens in one place on a single day, or over a few days or weeks.Weather Systems in the tropics, such as monsoons or organized thunderstorms systems, are caused by different processes.Studying how the weather works on another planet has been helpful in understanding how weather works on earth.Climate can be contrasted to weather, which is the present condition of these elements and their variations over shorter periods.For example, people say “Death valley has a desert climate.” Climate is the weather that a place usually has year after year.
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All of these factors contribute to the atmosphere that he greatly creates.The setting is mostly scary throughout but not too obviously otherwise it would lessen the effect Conan Doyle has made which is of subtle horror, sometimes the scenery is described as pleasant to make you feel as though the place is not scary but a supernatural going on, like a haunting is happening.‘The gloomy curve of the moor, broken by the jagged and sinister hills’ gloomy, jagged and sinister are all negative words.He describes ‘weather bitten pillars’ which shows that they do not get great weather down there and that the pillars must have been there for a while, therefore showing the house is old and most typical haunted houses are old.In the novel the author...
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Water is in constant motion and plays a vital roles in the regulation of the atmosphere.This moisture is a main component in heat exchange which leads to weather patterns.These factors make a zone habitable or non habitable.The oceans provide a great deal of moisture for the atmosphere.Climate is an average of weather patterns over a long period of time, generally on a regional or global scale.
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This term is used to describe clouds that produce precipitation.Weather and climate are synonymous terms.Solar energy is the main driving factor in the generation of weather and climate.Afternoon thunder showers The change of state from a gas to a liquid is called condensation.These clouds are often called “fair weather” clouds.
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Discussed was the ways that hydrolic cycle as well as weathering shapes the landscapes of the earth.This lab was helpful in assisting me in the understanding of the complete process of weathering on the earth and how it helps to shape the earth and its surface.Describe what you found interesting about this lab.Weathering of rocks, caves and other ground landscapes were reviewed and explored within this lab.This lab helped me to evaluate how many of the landscapes are formed and why they are formed and what processes must happen for landscapes to change and evolve.
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The animals are happy because when they sleep they have no worries.It is “like a demon” and starts “Shouting Where Where?” Right at the end it is “raging and trembling and rejoicing”.Hughes uses animals and extreme weather combined in poems to convey something about humans.Ted Hughes Regards the elements as a powerful force in many of his poems and he is in awe of the weather particularly noticeable in ‘Tractor’, ‘Warm and Cold’ and ‘Wind’ in which Hughes seems to be quarantined because the storms are so violent that all the inhabitants of the house can do is shelter inside.
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Nature, mystery, and love build the story up and bring it down, and make it engrossing for the reader.Edgar Allan Poe recognized the use of atmosphere as a useful tool in developing a plot.At the beginning, they had to put off the trip for a week because of the weather.After seven days the weather worsened.The passengers expected this because the weather had been building up.
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The sentence “flowing flakes that flock” is an example of assonance which effectively had been used as there is a lot wind flowing and driving all the soldiers mad.The title “Exposure” explains us that soldiers are exposed by the war and the cold weather.Wilfred Owen uses simile in this sentence and in talking about the weather and mental tricks played on the soldiers.In this sentence, it gives us an idea of how wind is playing mentally with the soldiers.Owen have effectively used onomatopoeia and personification for the phrases “air that shudders” which means that the weather was very mad and it cuts through their skin.
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The son states his great regret for being unable to see the love his father had for him.Shifts: First the son creates imagery of his father and his work; “Sundays too my father got up early and put his clothes on in the blueblack cold, then with cracked hands that ached from labor in the weekday weather made blanked fires blaze” (1-5).The father loved his son by keeping him warm, and making sure his shoes were polished, ready for church, however the son, only a boy, does not notice.Then he’d go back to describing what his father did for him.Grown up, the boy is remorseful over this, and wishes he knew better, so that he could love and appreciate his father more.
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