peak zone

peak zone

[′pēk ‚zōn]
(paleontology)
An informal biostratigraphic zone consisting of a body of strata characterized by the exceptional abundance of some taxon (or taxa) or representing the maximum development of some taxon.
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Florida wind is considered a peak zone for many reinsurers.
Significant results from the North Peak zone included hole 15171 which returned 16.
The company added that the Phase I was completed in August 2015 and consisted of 7,500 meters of new core drilling, primarily on locations outside of the previously discovered Peak Zone.
After three years in development, the model offers an alternative view on this peak zone peril and enables insurers to gain a better understanding of the possible losses, including the effects of storm clustering, the firm said.
To explain why radiant system peak zone cooling rates are higher than those for the equivalent air systems, Figure 3 compares the heat transfer fundamentals for the two systems for a typical case from the above simulation study.
Also, unlike a lot of other carriers, the Northeast is not a peak zone for us.
The capital has become the most expensive city in the world to commute in, with a peak Zone 1-4 single underground ticket costing more than double the equivalent in Paris, New York or Milan.
Because of this extra heat load in the zones, the primary fan had to supply an extra 477 cfm (225 1/s) at the highest peak zone static pressure requirement.
However, the HDPE reveals a much narrower melting peak zone than LLDPE and LDPE; this also explains its poor foamability compared with the other two and is attributed to the lack of strain hardening (21), (22).
Researchers have found that the top three percent of the world's most successful professionals (including professional hunters) share the ability to consistently reach Peak Zone Concentration or PZC.
In this example, even though a risk is profitable on a stand-alone basis, adding it to a peak zone will increase the portfolio's PMU This increases reinsurance costs and potentially exposes the company's surplus to losses above its reinsurance cover.
For a 100% OA system, the intake airflow is equal to the sum of peak zone outdoor airflows, each of which is based on peak zone population, with no allowance for system-wide population diversity.