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  • Indianola Geography

    In Texas, coastal cities are very popular and give insight to what Indianola could have been. Those who lived in Indianola could see the potential and many did not give up after the first hurricane. There was still more for the town of Indianola sadly the devastating hurricane eleven years later took all that away. It is extremely unfortunate that the circumstances or resources that made the town so great are also what destroyed it. Hurricanes are damaging to beach cities in the present day even with technology and discoveries made as much as it was great to have this port and be in a great area for trade it had consequences. In this town of Indianola, there was potential and success. The town, unfortunately, did not live up to its potential it had its glory and success but only for a short period of time. The town enjoyed their success while it lasted only to have it taken away and rebuilt and taken away again. The town is still there but a "ghost town" Indianola has a historical marker that describes the various stories of the town before it…

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  • Case Study Of Gwadar Port

    CHAPTER-4 THREATS TO GWADAR PORT 4.1 Internal threats. Internal threats to this project have many dimensions and these will be discussed in following sequence:- a. Political dimension b. Internal security dimension c. Issues related to Infrastructure d. Economic Aspects e. Social dimension 4.2 Political Dimension a. Province of Baluchistan has typical demographic and social pattern in which Sardars have been yielding power since long. The local and provincial Sardars are trying their best to…

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  • Port Of Foynes Case Study

    1.1) Spatial and Functional Mapping The Shannon Foynes Port Company (herein SFPC) services six facilities on the Shannon Estuary. The facilities at Foynes, Limerick Docks and Shannon Airport are owned by the company and the other three dedicated terminals are all privately owned. The Port of Foynes Size The Port estate comprises of 53.31 hectares with 42.5 hectares of land in the ownership of the SFPC and 10.7 hectares in third party ownership. Of the land in the ownership of the SFPC; • 18.7…

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  • Reputation Management Case Study

    is with an organisation’s publics, we will look at a local organisation, the Ports of Auckland and analyse the management, interaction and direct consequences of it’s publics. The Ports of Auckland (PoA) located on the Waitemata harbour, is the largest container seaport in New Zealand, with container volumes representing ‘50.38% of the Upper North Island container trade, 42% of the North Island container trade and 31.3% of New Zealand 's total container trade’ (Ports of Auckland, 2015). Along…

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  • Essay On Mombasa Port

    Ports are a key link in the logistics supply chain, and significant economic drivers. The Mombasa Port is the main linkage to East and Central Africa. It is the largest port in the country that connects the Northern Corridor Countries of Kenya, Rwanda, Uganda, Burundi, Democratic Republic of Congo, Northern Tanzania, South Sudan and Ethiopia (See map 1 below). The Kenya Ports Authority (KPA) mandate is: regulation, development, and operation of all the ports along the Kenya’s coastline. In…

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  • Essay On Bipolar Stepper Motor

    The code loads fcontrol.seq, from Ken Merk's article, to find the port and define the words to control the bits on the port. Several other files from the Forth Scientific Library are loaded as well: fpc2ans.seq loads an ANS-like layer on top of F-PC (a true ANS Forth would not need this), fsl-util.seq defines several utility words that are used throughout the Scientific Library, structs.seq loads the data structure words. The data structure sequence is defined to easily manage the sequence of…

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  • Port Scanning Policy

    vulnerability assessment and Penetration testing: Organizations should enforce policies that must be strictly adhered by all associated people to make penetration tests successful and maximize the vulnerability detection rate and fix the detected risks. a. Port Scanning Policy: 1. Purpose and Scope: The purpose of this port scan is to get the information about the devices connected in the network and get verified from the security officer so that none of the irrelevant ports are open and to…

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  • Pirates Galleons And Treasure Analysis

    In fact, the documentary spends more time talking about places and ports than pirates and rarely ever mentions galleons. They spoke quite a lot about ports and the forts that existed there. They spoke about Port Royale and Nassau and how they were frequented by pirates and filled with debauchery and rum (Pirates, Galleons and Treasure, 2007). They fail to mention however Tortuga which is surprising seeing as it is known for its connection to piracy, as seen on popular films like “Pirates of the…

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  • Arduino Sketch Essay

    8. Overview of the Arduino Sketch 8.1 General Codes MediaTek labs states that an Arduino sketch “is a source code file representing the core controlling logic for the LinkIt ONE development board. It consists of two main structures: setup and loop” (MediaTek Labs, n.d.). In this section I will discuss what the above code do. First, LinkIt ONE initializes the Ubidots account, then the sensors, Wi-Fi or GPRS, the location and finally the serial port. To minimize battery consumption, I did not use…

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  • Biography Of Professor Jose Casanova

    Such endeavors are not necessarily taught, yet it can globally be expanded. Professor Daniel Azfal: The American living overseas. Daniel Azfal is an American Social Sciences Professor at the University of Papua New Guinea (UPNG) located in the city capital of Port Moresby, Papua New Guinea. He holds a MA in Anthropology from the University of Maryland. After his graduation in 2001, he planned to go to a small town in Colombia to do some research about an indigenous community group: “My uncle…

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