Profiles of Ohio 2018

Author: David Garoogian
Publisher:
ISBN: 9781682177679
Format: PDF, Mobi
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Each state-by-state volume in this series provides at-a-glance detailed demographic and statistical data on every populated place in the state, along with easy-to-use comparative rankings. Each Demographic Profile gives the user an easy-to-read snapshot of every single place and county in the state, from the biggest metropolis to the smallest unincorporated hamlet. Each profile offers data on History, Geography, Climate, Population, Vital Statistics, Economy, Income, Taxes, Education, Housing, Health & Environment, Public Safety and more. The richness of each profile is astounding in its depth, from history to weather, all packed in an easy-to-navigate, compact format. Next, each volume provides School District Data with a snapshot profile of each district serving 1,500 or more students. Each district profile includes contact information along with grades served, the numbers of students, teachers and schools, student/teacher ratios, drop out rates, ethnicity, gender and diploma recipients by race and district.

State Profiles 2018

Author: Hannah Anderson Krog
Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield
ISBN: 1641432764
Format: PDF, ePub, Mobi
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State Profiles 2018 provides a ten-page profile for each U.S. state plus the District of Columbia provides reliable, up-to-date information on a wide range of topics, including: population, labor force, income and poverty, government finances, crime, education, health insurance coverage, voting, marital status, migration, and more.

Anderson s Ohio Environmental Law Practice Manual 2017 2018 Edition

Author: Thompson Hine LLP
Publisher: LexisNexis
ISBN: 1522135502
Format: PDF
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This practice manual provides a handy reference to both Ohio's state environmental laws and to the state's regulatory obligation to comply with applicable federal laws. Written by the environmental practice group at Thompson Hine LLP, the practice manual is designed to complement Anderson's OhioEPA Laws and Regulations, a three volume publication that contains all Ohio statutory and regulatory provisions related to programs overseen by the Ohio Environmental Protection Agency. Chapters include a background on the subject, a variety of practical advice, checklists to guide users through the maze of environmental regulations, and legal strategies and tips for dealing with particular fact patterns. The manual explains Ohio's changing water property rights system and how it interacts with regulation, public trust rights, and pending Great Lakes initiatives. The manual also provides a comprehensive update on the Voluntary Action Program, the funding options for brownfields programs, and other developments affecting the remediation and redevelopment of brownfields. Air quality is also covered, including Ohio EPA's efforts to bring Ohio into compliance with National Ambient Air Quality Standards. There is also a chapter on state and federal energy initiatives and climate change.

Women Performance and the Material of Memory

Author: Laura Engel
Publisher: Springer
ISBN: 1137589329
Format: PDF, Mobi
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This book proposes that the performance of archival research is related to the experience of tourism, where an individual immerses herself in a foreign environment, relating to and analyzing visual and sensory materials through embodiment and enactment. Each chapter highlights a particular set of tangible objects including: pocket diaries, portraits, drawings, magic lanterns, silhouettes, waxworks, and photographs in relation to actresses, authors, and artists such as: Elizabeth Inchbald, Sally Siddons, Marguerite Gardiner the Countess of Blessington, Isabella Beetham, Jane Read, Madame Tussaud, and Amelia M. Watson. Ultimately, operating as an archival tourist in my analyses, I offer strategies for thinking about the presence of women artists in the archives through methodologies that seek to connect materials from the past with our representations of them in the present.

From Biology to Clinical Management An Update on Aortic Valve Disease

Author: Cécile Oury
Publisher: Frontiers Media SA
ISBN: 2889457869
Format: PDF, Kindle
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Calcific aortic valve stenosis is the most frequent valvular heart disease in Western countries, affecting up to 13% of individuals over 75 years. The disease is associated with considerable morbidity and mortality. It is characterized by fibro-calcification of aortic valve cusps and concomitant left ventricular remodelling due to chronic pressure overload, which can evolve into overt heart failure. It progresses very slowly until the onset of symptoms, the indication for aortic valve replacement. Today, about 300,000 aortic valve replacements are performed annually worldwide, either via surgery or transcatheter implantation. This is the only treatment shown to improve survival. There is no pharmacological treatment to prevent or slow disease progression. Major risk factors include older age, congenital anomalies of the aortic valve (bicuspid valve), male gender, hypertension, dyslipidaemia, smoking, and diabetes. However, how these factors contribute to the disease in unclear. Due to the disease itself, patients are at increased risk of both thrombosis and bleeding, which, in addition to advanced age and comorbidities, makes antithrombotic management of these patients difficult. Regarding valve prostheses, the ideal prosthesis either mechanical or biological still does not exist. Clinically available prostheses can lead to major complications, thrombosis or infection, which necessitate reoperation or cause death in 50-60% of patients within 10 years post-implantation. Hence, there are major unmet medical needs in CAVS and more basic and translational research is definitely required. Our Research Topic depicts major challenges and research paths that could be followed to address these major health needs.

Hiking Ohio

Author: Gary Williams
Publisher: Human Kinetics
ISBN: 1492583227
Format: PDF, ePub, Mobi
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Hiking Ohiois your complete guide to over 75 of the most scenic day hikes in the Buckeye State. From the shores of Lake Erie to the Ohio River, this handy guide will lead you to the best trails. In this one-of-a-kind resource, you’ll find the following features: • Detailed descriptions, complete with GPS coordinates for every hike in every region • Special points of interest; descriptions of the topography, flora, fauna, and climate; estimated hiking time and distance; and difficulty ratings for each trail • Phone numbers and websites, park hours and rules, and available facilities for 65 of the state’s most scenic hiking areas • Easy-to-read maps for every park and trail to help you navigate your hike and locate landmarks and other points of interest • A convenient trail finder that provides a summary of each trail’s features and available facilities Hiking Ohio brings to life the history, terrain, flora, and fauna of each area. And the descriptions of nearby recreational and sightseeing destinations ensure you won’t miss anything on your trip. Hiking Ohio is your guide to enjoying the great outdoors!