The shrine/museum, sequestered
by the government on suspicion that it was part of the Marcoses' ill-gotten wealth, houses a number of pieces from the fabled art collection of the dictator's widow, now a representative of Ilocos Norte.
They also suggest reporting sequestered
carbon separately from C02 emissions, which would allow LCA users to know how much of the greenhouse gas is released back to atmosphere when wood reaches the end-of-life stage.
Additionally, the studies demonstrated that when the pellets are crushed the sequestered
naltrexone is released and is available to counteract the effects of oxycodone, added the company.
Additionally, the captured carbon dioxide must be transported to sites where it can be sequestered
or reused, which requires new infrastructure."
On March 1, 2013, $85 billion of federal spending was sequestered
. The Office of Management and Budget (OMB) estimated that sequestration would require a 7.8 percent cut in nonexempt defense spending; a 5 percent cut in nonexempt, nondefense funding; and a 2 percent cut in Medicare.
A Greek Cypriot who is owed over Au2m sterling by the Turkish Cypriot Immovable Property Commission (IPC) sequestered
, through the courts in the north, the vehicles owned by 'government ministers' as part payment, his lawyer said.
"When some people try to measure soil carbon changes, they'll see an increase in total carbon levels and conclude that the carbon has been sequestered
. But the carbon hasn't been sequestered
until, after decomposition, it becomes attached to soil mineral particles.
That means Lane County will get its full allocation of $16.4 million that Congress approved in late September - unlike this year when the county's share was sequestered
and automatically reduced by nearly 5 percent.
June's quiz using a "sequestered
" approach chart was quite clever, but I think you got the first answer wrong.
The judge presiding over George Zimmerman's trial announced Thursday that the jurors and alternates will be sequestered
for the duration.
More recently, the International Journal of Global Warming published a study that found that a single round of ocean iron fertilization would result in a net sequestration of only 11 tons of carbon per square kilometer, sequestered
for a century or more, at a cost of almost $500 per ton of carbon dioxide.
The report also estimates the NHS ROW has approximately 91 million metric tons (MMT) of carbon currently sequestered
in vegetation and currently is sequestering approximately 3.6 MMT of carbon per year, or 1.06 metric tons of carbon per acre per year.