This would require millimeter escopes with high angular resolution and high sensitivity in order to alleviate confusion and to enable the identification of moving sources with relatively short time baselines. Regardless of its millimeter flux density, searching for Planet Nine would require frequent radio measurements for.
Redman et al. ( 1995 ) reported the millimeter flux densities of asteroids at opposition. They find that the cumulative distribution of asteroids is roughly a power law down to 30 mJy, and they estimate that there are 4000 asteroids at least this bright after accounting for incompleteness (a factor of two). By comparison with Terai et al. ( 2013 ), this roughly corresponds to all asteroids greater than 20 km in diameter.
Researchers have previously studied the use of CMB experiments to study solar system objects and the non-Gaussian noise that unresolved bodies contribute to millimeter maps (Babich et al.
Abstract. The liberalization of marijuana policies, including the legalization of medical and recreational marijuana, is sweeping the United States and other countries. Marijuana cultivation can have significant negative collateral effects on the environment that are often unknown or overlooked. Focusing on.
Focusing on the state of California, where by some estimates 60%–70% of the marijuana consumed in the United States is grown, we argue that (a) the environmental harm caused by marijuana cultivation merits a direct policy response, (b) current approaches to governing the environmental effects are inadequate, and neglecting discussion of the environmental impacts of cultivation when shaping future marijuana use and possession policies represents a missed opportunity to reduce, regulate, and mitigate environmental harm.
45 USC 822: Direct loans and loan guarantees Text contains those laws in effect on November 16, 2017 (iii) has a high probability of the applicant commencing the contracting process for construction not later than 90 days after the date on which the direct loan or loan guarantee is.. L. 114–94, § , amended par.
A payment deferred under subparagraph (A) shall.
The Secretary may waive the requirement under paragraph (1) for a public agency borrower that is financing ongoing capital programs and has outstanding senior bonds under a preexisting indenture if.
(4) the obligation can reasonably be repaid, using an appropriate combination of credit risk premiums and collateral offered by the applicant to protect the Federal Government; and.
(B) the location of the project;
(A) the standards of section 24312 of title 49, as in effect on September 1, 2002, with respect to the project in the same manner that the National Railroad Passenger Corporation is required to comply with such standards for construction work financed under an agreement made under section 24308(a) of that title; and.
(E) finance economic development, including commercial and residential development, and related infrastructure and activities, that.
In granting applications for direct loans or guaranteed loans under this section, the Secretary shall give priority to projects that.
(ii) is physically or functionally related to a passenger rail station or multimodal station that includes rail service;
The Secretary shall not make a loan guarantee under this section if the interest rate for the loan exceeds that which the Secretary determines to be reasonable, taking into consideration the prevailing interest rates and customary fees incurred under similar obligations in the private capital market.
Each master credit agreement shall.
The Secretary shall establish a repayment schedule requiring payments to commence not later than 5 years after the date of substantial completion.
Interest shall accrue as of the date of disbursement, and shall be amortized over the remaining term of the loan beginning at the time the payments begin.
In lieu of or in combination with appropriations of budget authority to cover the costs of direct loans and loan guarantees as required under section 661c(b)(1) of title 2, including the cost of a modification thereof, the Secretary may accept on behalf of an applicant for assistance under this section a commitment from a non-Federal source, including a State or local government or agency or public benefit corporation or public authority thereof, to fund in whole or in part credit risk premiums and modification costs with respect to the loan that is the subject of the application or modification.
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This paper aimed to investigate whether training parents with high expressed emotion (EE) could improve outcomes for adolescent social anxiety intervention. Fifty-two socially anxious adolescents (aged 13–18 years), whose parents exhibited high levels of expressed emotion, were assigned to either (a) a school-based.
Decrease in parental EE level had further impact on the child's improvement.
Parents’ EE status changed from high to low after receiving parent training.
At follow-up, adolescents’ treatment outcomes were maintained.
Post-treatment and 12-month follow-up findings showed that school-based intervention with parent training was superior to the adolescent-specific program, yielding significant reductions in diagnosis remission, social and depressive symptomatology, particularly when the EE status of parents changed. Fifty-two socially anxious adolescents (aged 13–18 years), whose parents exhibited high levels of expressed emotion, were assigned to either (a) a school-based intervention with an added parent training component, or (b) a school-based program focused solely on intervening with the adolescent (no parental involvement). The role that parents’ involvement may play in improving their child's social anxiety is still under debate. Overall, the findings suggest that high-EE parents of children with social anxiety need to be involved in their child's therapy. This paper aimed to investigate whether training parents with high expressed emotion (EE) could improve outcomes for adolescent social anxiety intervention.
• Benefit of parental involvement in therapy when parents exhibit high expressed emotion (EE).
Addition of parent training improves child's symptom reduction and diagnosis remission.