- Good Report Card for Commonwealth Fisheries. Sheales, Dr Terry // Australian Maritime Digest;Dec2011, Issue 208, p11
The article offers information on 2010 Fishery status reports released by the Australian Bureau of Agricultural and Resource Economics and Sciences which indicates that of the 96 fish stocks assessed, 71 are not subject to overfishing.
- Salmonids become Australia's most valuable fisheries product -- exports way down. // Ausmarine;Sep2011, Vol. 33 Issue 11, p15
The article reports that statistics from the Australian Bureau of Agricultural and Resource Economics and Science (ABARES) revealed that the value of salmonids production increased by 13 percent in 2009-2010, surpassing lobster as Australia's highest earning fisheries product.
- Salmonids top Australia fisheries products. // Ausmarine;Oct2011, Vol. 33 Issue 12, p16
The article presents data from the Australian Bureau of Agricultural and Resource Economics and Science (ABARES), which showed that salmonids production rose by 13% to 369.1 million Australian dollars in value in 2009-2010 to become the highest earning fisheries product in the country.
- Mixed Economic Performance for Commonwealth Fisheries. // Australian Maritime Digest;Feb2011, Issue 198, p8
The article focuses on the annual survey report of the Australian Bureau of Agriculture and Resource Economics (ABARES) regarding Commonwealth fisheries wherein the economic performance of the sectors of the Southern and Eastern Scalefish and Shark Fishery (SESSF) and the Eastern Tuna and...
- Before fretting on it, measure productivity. Marinucci, Dan // Tire Business;12/6/2004, Vol. 22 Issue 18, p7
The article reports that Lord William Kelvin, creator of the Kelvin scale of temperature, stressed that measurement is the basis of all knowledge. The same concept applies to dealership's or service shop's productivity because it is not know what a legitimate productivity issue is until one...
- 100 and 50 years ago. // Nature;6/3/2004, Vol. 429 Issue 6991, p515
The article focuses on some article published in previous issues of the periodical. In one issue, scientist Lord Kelvin suggested that the source of energy of the heat emitted by radium is not in the element itself. In another issue, discussion regarding the value of university education for...
- HOW COLD IS REALLY COLD? Newnham, David // Nursing Standard;8/17/2005, Vol. 19 Issue 49, p28
Presents a history of the thermometer invented by physicist Lord William Thomson Kelvin in 1848. Scale proposed by Kelvin that would have at its lowest extreme the temperature that results when atomic oscillations stop; Coldest temperature reported on earth; Background on cryosurgery , the...
- Kelvin, William Thomson (1824 - 1907). // Hutchinson Dictionary of Scientific Biography;2005, p1
Irish physicist who first proposed the use of the absolute scale of temperature, in which the degree of temperature is now called the kelvin in his honor. Thomson also made other substantial contributions to thermodynamics and the theory of electricity and magnetism, and he was largely...
- 100 and 50 years ago. // Nature;12/4/2003, Vol. 426 Issue 6966, p504
This article presents a chronology of news related to human genetics and embryology, published in previous issues of the journal Nature. The most direct method of investigating the potentiality of nuclei of different tissues is to develop techniques which permit the transplantation of nuclei...