HABS


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Historic American Buildings Survey (HABS)

A collection of measured drawings, photographs, and records of American buildings, constructions, and sites that (a) are of particular historic interest, significance, or are representative of a particular architectural style; (b) represent important methods of construction; (c) were designed by a major architect; and/or (d) are typical of work by an ethnic group within the United States. Housed in the Library of Congress, HABS represents an important, useful, and significant resource. Address: National Park Service, Department of the Interior, P.O. Box 37127, Washington, DC 20013-7127.
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The application of a One Health approach to HABs might result in the development of improved public health prevention and response efforts (6,7).
In addition to the alternatives considered in the NOAA draft EA [1], other technologies are feasible that could control HABs through the manipulation of physical or chemical conditions of the water.
Researchers long have known that high nitrogen and phosphorus levels are the actual causes of HABs, which choke freshwater ecosystems and render the water toxic but, when it comes to the various environmental factors that can amplify the amount of these nutrients in the water, or aid or hamper the spread of algae, the relationships are much more complex.
HABs come in a variety of forms and cause harm in different ways.
While DEC, DOH and their partners work to understand how HABs develop, both agencies are focused on public awareness and safety.
The teams have one more regular-season meeting on March 24 in Boston, and if the Bruins can continue to play the kind of hockey that they unleashed against the Habs on Wednesday, they'll go into any playoff series with a mental edge instead of a defeatist attitude.
The sketches, records, and photographs on these pages illustrate a HABS team's efforts to document the Francisco Garcia House in Monterey.
FOR Marcy YEARS, the only economic cost reported in Ohio for HABs was the cost to the City of Toledo for activated carbon filtration to their raw water supply during the treatment process.
Only when this quantity reaches a certain critical mass of about 1 million cells per litre is HAB said to occur, according to a preliminary study conducted in 2009 by Dr Muthanna Al Omar, Head of Environmental Studies Department, National Energy and Water Research Centre at Abu Dhabi Water and Electricity Authority.
A group of bacteria known collectively as "hyper-ammonia-producing bacteria," or HABs.
The pathologic findings include multiple HABs (usually retinal, cerebellar, or spinal), RCC, pheochromocytoma, islet cell tumors of the pancreas, endolymphatic sac tumors of the inner ear, and papillary cystadenomas of the epididymis or broad ligament, as well as cysts and other benign neoplasms of the pancreas, kidney, and liver.