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Extractions: Revision Date: January 07, 2004 This data set consists of 15-km-resolution land cover data for the land area of the Former Soviet Union (FSU). There are sixty land cover classes distinguished in this data set, thirty-eight of which are forest cover classes. The data set is useful for stratification of the FSU into general sub-regions of land cover for subsequent study using higher resolution satellite data. The data are provided in several different file formats, including binary raster data in Idrisi format, ASCIIGRID raster data in ASCII format (easily imported into ArcInfo), and a graphic map in JPEG format (see Figure 1). Please read all documentation before using these files. Figure 1. Land cover map, 15-km-resolution, for the land area of the FSU Cite this data set as follows: Stone, T. A., and P. Schlesinger. 2003. RLC AVHRR-Derived Land Cover, Former Soviet Union, 15-km, 1984-1993. Data set. Available on-line [http://www.daac.ornl.gov] from Oak Ridge National Laboratory Distributed Active Archive Center, Oak Ridge, Tennessee, U.S.A. 1. Data Set Overview:
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Extractions: September 20, 2002 Manikin gets skeleton and joints ADAM, the Advanced Automotive Manikin being built under NREL's Thermal Comfort Project, recently got a skeleton and joints. ADAM will predict the comfort of a car's occupants, enabling researchers to create thermal comfort systems that maximize occupant comfort and minimize fuel consumption. Manufactured at Measurement Technology in Seattle, ADAM will mimic human responses to the transient, non-uniform thermal environment in motor vehicles. The next step is for ADAM to receive surface segments made out of porous metal, which will allow researchers to measure physiological responses such as sweating and heating. Heavy Hybrid Project completes a design phase Two CTTS staffers attended a Heavy Hybrid Project phase III review meeting at DOE headquarters this week. The meeting focused on the heavy hybrid component and system integration project work currently being done by Allison Transmission of General Motors and Electricore The purpose of the project is to develop and demonstrate hybrid technologies for transit buses and over the road truck applications. To date, designs of a prototype integrated CVT transmission and electric motor, motor controls, and battery pack are complete and are being tested. The next step will be the prototype demonstration phase. Results from the two-four bus demonstration will establish fuel economy performance and system reliability, develop maintenance cost data, and demonstrate the system operating characteristics in real world operation and application. This will ultimately help the industry partners determine the commercial viability of these heavy hybrid technologies.
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Extractions: Sources for International Statistics Sources of international statistical information are held throughout the Michigan State University Libraries. This guide is not comprehensive; rather, it provides information on a selection of some of the most important general sources. Although most of the materials listed below are located in the Government Documents Library (Main Library, 3 West), some materials are located in other Library locations. A selected number of Internet resources are also included. Please ask at the Main Library Reference Desk (Main Library, 1st floor East) if you need further assistance. Statistical Universe An electronic version of the three key indexes to statistical sources: American Statistics Index ASI Index to International Statistics IIS ), and Statistical Reference Index SRI ). [See the following entries for descriptions.] In addition to bringing all 3 indexes together with one interface, Statistical Universe includes links to the full text of selected US government-produced statistical sources (see the Power Tables.) Some of these full text resources are also provided in formats easily imported into spreadsheet programs.
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Extractions: Revision Date: January 07, 2004 This data set consists of 1-km-resolution land cover data for the land area of the Primor'ye and Southern Khabarovsk Regions in the Russian Far East. The data are based on 1990 NOAA AVHRR data. Labeling of land cover classes depended upon the Russian 1990 Forest Cover Map (Garsia 1990), the analyst's experience with AVHRR data, and Russian data sources. There are eight classes distinguished in this data set, five of which are forest cover classes. The objective of this work was to create a 1-km-resolution land cover map of the region of Far Eastern Siberia based on NOAA AVHRR data that might be used by World Wildlife Fund researchers to aid in the definition of remaining habitats and range for threatened animal species (Stone and Schlesinger 1996). See the data set companion file ftp://daac.ornl.gov/data/russian_land_cover/landcover_far_east/comp/WWF_landcover_Stone_1996.pdf The data are provided in several different file formats, including binary raster data in Idrisi format, ASCIIGRID raster data in ASCII format (easily imported into ArcInfo), vector data in ArcView shapefile format, and a graphic map in JPEG format (see Figure 1). Please read all documentation before using these files. Cite this data set as follows: Stone, T. A., and P. Schlesinger. 2003. RLC AVHRR-Derived Land Cover, Former Soviet Union, Far East, 1-km, 1990. Data set. Available on-line [http://www.daac.ornl.gov] from Oak Ridge National Laboratory Distributed Active Archive Center, Oak Ridge, Tennessee, U.S.A.