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Furthermore, the high Ni pool calculated in the present study could also reflect the naturally high levels of Ni observed in volcanically derived soils (basalt, tuff, scoria; Fig.
Planets, on the other hand, were volcanically active for much longer, and many of their rocks formed much later.
Pilsudski did have a magnetic personality, volcanically overwhelming mere mortals with his power, courage, and charisma.
Volcanically heated pools are dotted around the city, and there is an 18-hole golf course a mile away.
I hope my fellow Oregonians get a chance to sit in a volcanically heated hot spring in the middle of an ancient forest and contemplate John Milton's "Paradise Lost" (1667), in which he says, "So little knows/ Any, but God alone, to value right/ The good before him.
Just think of Susie Essman's volcanically foulmouthed Susie Green.
Sparsely populated Iceland is one of the world's most volcanically active countries and eruptions are frequent.
GEOTHERMAL ENERGY: Geothermal energy is energy obtained by tapping the heat of the earth itself, both from kilometers deep into the Earth's crust in volcanically active locations of the globe or from shallow depths, as in geothermal heat pumps in most locations of the planet.
Secondly, in designing safety features, it is imperative that the regulator impose more strict standards, by setting requirements that go far beyond those required as a result of the international conventions on nuclear safety especially in the case of Japan, which is in one of the most volcanically active zones in the world.
Separated from the ocean by a white sand, palm-lined beach, Isabela Lodge offers eight rooms outside the fisherman's village of Puerto Villamil on one of the most volcanically active islands on Earth.
We have done several World Bank funded projects in the volcanically active Afar region's Dallol, in the Danakil Depression [the hottest place on earth] battling temperatures that reach up to 50 degree centigrade.