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EPS Tracking Number: 03-22-3669Project Name: Ruhl PropertyProject Address or Location: 1157 Blue Mount, MonktonApplication Date: April 7, 2022Decision Date: Status: PendingNature of Variance Request: The Department of Environmental Protection and Sustainability hereby gives notice that a variance in accordance with Section 33-3-106 of the Baltimore County Code was received to allow the existing house within a proposed subdivision to be within the 35-foot principal structure setback of the forest buffer on the property.
Abstract:This research aims at understanding how to reuse infrastructure built in the Alps during the First World War to facilitate access to upland areas, increasingly used for tourism, sports, and hiking, but neglected in terms of maintenance. In other words, the main goal here is to improve and preserve the state of the mountain environment (including forests, meadows, pastures, etc.) through the reuse of historical infrastructures such as ropeways and mule tracks. Any form of reactivation of the now abandoned military logistics system, consisting of roads, mule-tracks, paths, and ropeways would enable the currently depopulated places to initiate a new and virtuous cycle. In this way, controlled planning would allow adequate maintenance to be provided for those natural and anthropic landscapes which have been progressively deprived of a productive role. The condition of abandonment and the lack of maintenance of the Alpine landscape have allowed the abundant rains of recent years, which are the result of climate change, to damage the forests of northern Italy and cause a series of hydrogeological landslides. That said, it could be assumed that the conversion of abandoned mule tracks, paths, and ropeways would not only help preserve a healthy Alpine environment but would also contribute to control these phenomena. Furthermore, it would be a way of giving new use to the historical infrastructures that played such an important role in the early 1900s, recognizing in this way their historical value. The transformation of the Alpine landscape and the building of the infrastructures involved all the lines of the front which were located on the mountains. Therefore, the choice of the Asiago Plateau, a portion of the Venetian Prealps comprised between the provinces of Vicenza and Trento, is just paradigmatic, namely, it reflects the features of a more widespread situation. However, the laws promoted by the Italian state have, as their objective, the recovery and maintenance of forts, trenches and buildings of historical value, but do not include the mountain territory that surrounds them. Therefore, reusing the infrastructures from the First World War would allow the whole landscape to be kept active.Keywords: reuse; circular economy; Alpine environments; military logistics system; landscape management; sustainable infrastructure
Gatti, Maria Paola, and Antonella Indrigo. 2020. "The Roads, Tracks, Paths, and Ropeways of the First World War: An Opportunity to Preserve, Maintain, and Valorize Alpine Landscape" Sustainability 12, no. 3: 1157.
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USS Terrell County (LST-1157), originally USS LST-1157, was a Terrebonne Parish-class tank landing ship built for the United States Navy in 1952. Named for Terrell County, Texas, and Terrell County, Georgia, she was the only U.S. Navy vessel to bear the name. She was later lent to Greece and subsequently sold to Greece, being renamed Oinoussai (L104) in Greek service.
USS LST-1157 was designed under project SCB 9A, laid down on 3 March 1952 at Bath, Maine, by Bath Iron Works and launched on 6 December 1952, sponsored by Mrs. John H. Spiller. She was commissioned on 14 March 1953.
Following shakedown training and operations out of Naval Amphibious Base Little Creek at Virginia Beach, Virginia, LST-1157 departed Morehead City, North Carolina, on 25 September 1953 with a full load of United States Marines and amphibious vehicles for transfer to the United States Pacific Fleet and arrived in San Diego, on 25 October 1953.
Assigned to Amphibious Forces, Pacific Fleet, LST-1157 operated out of San Diego into February 1954 before getting underway for the Central Pacific. She soon took part in moving natives from northern islands in the Marshall Islands to new homes in southern islands in May and June 1954. This lift involved the shipment of lumber for new homes, schools, and churches, as well as of the personal belongings and livestock of the natives. She returning to a routine of local operations on the United States West Coast upon arrival at Port Chicago, California, on 2 July 1954.
Microtubules, microfilaments and intermediate filaments within the cytoskeleton of endothelial cells visualized with GFP-tubulin,rhodaminated-phalloidin and antibodies to vimentin, respectively. (A)Microtubules (green) span large regions of the cytoplasm and often appear curved in form. (B) Microfilaments (green-yellow) appear linear in form within long stress fibers and triangulated actin `geodomes'; blue staining indicates nuclei. (C) Intermediate filaments (red) appear within a spread cell as a reticulated network that extends from the nucleus to the cell periphery.
Force transfer through discrete molecular networks in living cells. Polarization optics (A,B,E,F), phase contrast (C,D) and fluorescence (G) views of cells whose integrin receptors were mechanically stressed using surface-bound glass micropipettes coated with fibronectin (A-F) or uncoated micropipettes with ECM-coated microbeads (G). (A) Cells exhibiting positively(white) and negatively (black) birefringent cytoskeletal bundles aligned horizontally and vertically, respectively, in the cytoplasm of adherent cells.(B) Birefringent cytoskeletal bundles that originally appeared white in A immediately changed to black (black arrow) as they turned 90° and realigned vertically along the axis of the applied tension field when integrins were pulled laterally (downward in this view). (C,E) An adherent cell immediately before a fibronectincoated micropipette was bound to integrin receptors on its surface and pulled laterally (downward in this view) using a micromanipulator as shown in D,F. (D) The black arrow indicates nuclear elongation and downward extension of the nuclear border along the applied tension field lines. (F) White arrows abut on white birefringent spots that indicate induction of molecular realignment within nucleoli in the center of the nucleus by applying mechanical stress to integrins microns away on the cell surface (see Maniotis et al.,1997a). (G) A cell containing EYFP-labeled mitochondria that was stressed by pulling on a surface-bound RGD-microbead using a micromanipulator. Vertical arrow, direction and extent of bead displacement; white circle,position of bead after stress application; green, position of mitochondria before stress application; red, their position approximately 3 seconds after stress was applied; Nuc, nucleus of the cell. Note that long distance transfer of mechanical force across integrins result in movement of mitochondria deep in the cytoplasm. Panel G reproduced with permission from the National Academy of Sciences (Wang et al.,2001). 2b1af7f3a8