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Aircraft Icing, A Non-technical Resource Page for GA Pilots
... spot for icing research. Shown above, in a clip from a NASA photo, is a Twin Otter used for research, as seen from wintery Mt. Washington, New Hampshire. The fluffy-looking white ... scenario, but they have interesting encounters with icing conditions of their own. Rona pilots a twin Seneca with de-icing boots, while Greg pilots a single engine Saratoga without any de ...
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Year 2000 Project Logistics
... fly ca. 650 km by twin-engine turboprop "Twin Otter" aircraft (pictured above) to Eureka, NU on Ellesmere Island and then into the field site either by Twin Otter or helicopter depending on the landing ...
www.sas.upenn.edu

Year 2001 Project Logistics
... fly ca. 380 km by twin-engine turboprop "Twin Otter" aircraft (pictured above) to Grise Fiord, NU on Ellesmere Island and then 110 km to the field site by Twin Otter. For the second year ...
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GardenArchitecture
... bought the it in 1930, the place was pretty much a ruin except for the twin towers. A wonderful site for exploring the gardens remotely can be found here. The gardens ... (described in the previous essay), and a few small statues of animals like geese, an otter, a duck, and a rabbit – not too much considering the nearly three acres of ...
www.dragongoose.com

RosesAfter Christmas
... , following each other and pecking at the ground. During one spring, a doe and her twin fauns spent the entire winter and spring in the copse and surrounding areas. (Unfortunately, the ... the fabric of Hungary. We have other, smaller staues -- namely ducks, geese, partridges, and an otter. None of them do any damage, and the geese do not hiss or bite! We ...
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Wild Ones® Chapters
... learn more about Minnesota natives plants and how they can enhance our own outdoor spaces. Otter Tail Chapter DOROTHY JUNGROTH: (218) 739-5548, e-mail Meetings are usually held the fourth ... the fourth Monday of the month at the Heritage Nature Center, 6:30 p.m. Twin Cities Chapter Mary Schommer, 612-729-5274, Meetings are usually held the third Tuesday of ...
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Wild Ones® Calendar
... m. to share food and good cheer, and exchange native plant see Otter Tail Chapter DOROTHY JUNGROTH: (218) 739-5548, e-mail Meetings are ... of the Spring 2007 Native Plant Seminar, jointly sponsored by the Twin Cities Wild Ones and the St. Croix Oak Savanna Wild Ones. ... in a garden, and where to find native plant communities in the Twin Cities area. You'll also have a chance to strategize alongside ...
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