The broken and rugged road had wound along the crests of low hills, with wooded ridges on either side of it over which peeped the loftier mountains, the distant Peak
of the South and the vast Altabisca, which towered high above them and cast its black shadow from left to right across the valley.
I looked at the last rays crowning the peak
, and the shadows mounting by degrees up its slopes.
The real issue, they say, is when will the planet reach the peak
of oil production, after which a slow decline will inevitably clash with demand that grows at two percent per year.
They can mitigate production declines after a field peaks
, but they can't stave off the peak
Kriging analysis, which illustrates geographic movement, showed that the starting areas of peak
ILI activity were mostly found in western Japan.
The methyl peaks
appear at 2,962/2,952 (split peak
), 2,868 and 1,377 [cm.
As mentioned above, the combination of narrow peaks
, accurate peak
positions and intensities has advantages for crystallographic measurements.
If sunny days weren't enough, Sun Peaks
lies in a weather zone that drops large quantities of the light, dry snow called ``champagne powder'' _ the kind of snow every skier dreams about.
Then something about the peaks
reminded Castleman of work his lab group had done last year showing that water tended to form clusters of 20 molecules, trapping a 21st water molecule inside.
Therefore a panel of high thermal conductivity would show a higher temperature spike as the heat flowed unimpeded to the detection point on the backside of the panel, then the temperature would fall rapidly; whereas a low-conductivity panel would show a smaller temperature-rise peak
followed by a lower rate of temperature d ecrease due to low thermal conductivity.
Another consideration is overloading of the counting system for intense peaks
, resulting in pulse height depression and possible errors in dead-time corrections.
Typically, experimentalists make their initial estimates of texture from the relative intensities of Bragg peaks
in conventional [theta]-2[theta] x-ray diffraction (XRD) scans, comparing peak
intensities wit h those obtained from untextured (random) specimens.