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    by admin on 2022-09-24 02:22:51

    Flooding in Hooper Bay on Friday, Sept. 16, 2022. A powerful storm that hit a wide swath of Western Alaska forced some Hooper Bay residents to evacuate. (Photo by Ervin Chayalkun)

    Update: This story has been updated with a newer article here.

    A powerful, historic storm continued

  • Ask the Weather Guys: What happens to hurricanes in the mid-latitudes?

    by admin on 2022-09-24 02:22:49

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    A home floats in the Snake River near Nome, Alaska, on Saturday as the remnants of Typhoon Merbok moved into the Bering Sea region.

    A: Hurricanes are large-scale, organized storms that form in the tropical latitudes.

  • Open House Chicago, Coming Soon in October, Is Returning to Pre-Pandemic Form | Chicago News | WTTW

    by admin on 2022-09-24 02:22:45

    Fulton East is among the new sites participating in Open House Chicago 2022. (Courtesy of LJC)

    The all-access, backstage-pass architecture festival that is Open House Chicago returns Oct. 15-16, bigger in scope than ever.

    With more than 150 sites taking part in the event — wh

  • Here is why giant shipping containers were installed inside this NYC park

    by admin on 2022-09-24 02:22:44

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  • MacGregor receives order for container lashing systems - HOIST magazine

    by admin on 2022-09-24 02:22:26

    MacGregor has received a significant order for delivering container lashing systems for 12 23,500+ TEU container vessels for Hapag-Lloyd. The vessels will be built at Daewoo Shipbuilding & Marine Engineering (DSME) in South Korea.

    The vessels are scheduled to be delivered to the owner be

  • Opinion: Back to School, Back to COVID – The Dickinsonian

    by admin on 2022-09-24 02:22:25

    Lily Swain '25, Staff Writer September 23, 2022

    Settling into the Dickinson campus this year was vastly different in terms of COVID compared to last year. As I entered freshman year last fall, I took COVID tests twice before even stepping foot on campus. Masks were required in all b

  • Why is risk management important in modern supply chains?

    by admin on 2022-09-24 02:22:21

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  • Alaskans Pocket Over $3,000 In Annual Oil-Wealth Payments

    by admin on 2022-09-24 02:22:16

    Nearly every single Alaskan got a financial windfall amounting to more than $3,000 Tuesday, the day the state began distributing payments from Alaska’s investment fund that has been seeded with money from the state’s oil riches.

    The payments, officially called the Permanent Fund Divi

  • EnerVenue secures 250 MWh order for nickel-hydrogen batteries – pv magazine USA

    by admin on 2022-09-24 02:22:12

    EnerVenue has agreed to supply batteries to Green Energy Renewable Solutions for use in customized building blocks for maritime applications, construction sites, and other heavy industry projects. The agreement marks EnerVenue’s fourth major battery supply deal since it launched operations i

  • Polestar’s emergency vehicle uses autonomous drone technology to respond to catastrophe - Yanko Design

    by admin on 2022-09-24 02:21:59

    Polestar Duo is an itinerant vehicle that merges autonomous drone technology with a hybrid modular building to provide emergency relief.

    In the age of COVID-19, one thing’s for certain—the need for autonomous, mobile emergency services is more urgent than ever before. When faced with