As can be seen on Table 3, on one side, nations with high income levels have been able to strongly decouple
carbon territorial emissions from production (69% of high income nations belonging to OECD), but this was not the case of low income nations (58% of them have increase greenhouse gases emissions more that GDP).
Therefore, the key point to decouple
the condenser fouling fault from other faults is to eliminate the influence of the refrigerant charge fault on APPR.
Another strong example comes from California, where they have managed to decouple
GDP from the typically rising electricity demand.
By stringing together a series of such sports halls, it might be possible to excavate a cavern large enough to fully decouple
a 10-kiloton nuclear explosion from its normal seismic signature, Leith says.
In one of the earliest contributions to the development of what is now known as institutional theory, Meyer and Rowan (1977) proposed that while organizations often adopt formal policies, plans, and programs that display conformity to socially sanctioned purposes, they may also decouple
these formal structures from actual, ongoing practices in the organization to buffer internal routines from external uncertainties, thus enhancing flexibility while still maintaining legitimacy with important external constituents.
The design procedure involved a rigorous analysis of the decoupling network with the ability to decouple
asymmetric antennas if required.
In order to reduce the risk of losing tax revenues, several states have introduced legislation that would decouple
the state tax laws from the bonus depreciation and the five-year NOL carryback.
The characteristic dimension of a decoupled explosion, on the other hand, is typically much shorter; a cavity designed to decouple
a 1 KT explosion would have walls that move elastically, without deforming, at only 25 meters from the explosion.
Up to 28 trailers will be able to decouple
at the facility, which is beside the compliance interception site on Townsville Port Access Road, Ms ORourke.
For cotton, Ministers agreed to decouple
65% of payments with 35% kept as a per hectare payment.
Web services today typically decouple
the person who authorizes or requests a transaction from the Web services transaction.