The cranes, which have lift capacities of 100 tonnes, 130 tonnes, and 220 tonnes respectively, are based at ALE’s facility in Atyrau, Kazakhstan. The cranes will be utilised on upcoming oil, gas and petrochemical expansion projects that are due to start in 2018. www.ale-heavylift.com
It’s that time of year again, and graduation is in the air. The AmericanVeterinary Medical Association conducts an annual survey of fourth-yearveterinary medical students.advertisementadvertisement As this year’s group of students prepares tostart their careers, we wanted to take a look at some of the numbers fromlast year to see how those graduates might be faring.Surveys were sent to 2,686 veterinary students who were set tograduate in 2012. Over 93 percent of them responded. The respondentswere made up of 563 men and 1,939 women.Click hereor on the image to see the “In Focus” section from the March 21, 2013 issue ofProgressive Dairymanmagazine, which shows their responses.PD
In the Kasilof River, the sonar counter finished the season August 8th with 447,000 reds into the river, the second year in a row that the run has passed the upper end of its 390,000 fish goal. In the Kenai, the upper end of the 1.2 million fish goal has been reached, with tens of thousands of reds still flooding into the river. The East Side Set Net fishery was closed last week as the Sportsfishing Division sought to boost the number of kings past the in-river sonar counter. Shields said it’s important to the Department to meet the escapement goals for all fisheries, not just one run, so the decision was made to continue commercial fishing. Commercial Fisheries Management Biologist Pat Shields with the Alaska Department of Fish and game said to curb over escapement, commercial fisheries have been reopened… FacebookTwitterEmailPrintFriendly分享The late run of Kenai River King Salmon has met the lower end of its goal, and now both the Kenai and Kasilof sockeye runs are threatening the upper limit of theirs. Shields: “After reviewing all the catch and escapement date, fishing on Monday, August 10th is warranted. Any fishing beyond August 10th with the ESSN will be based on continuous assessment of king and sockeye salmon harvest and escapement data.” As of August 7th, the Kenai late run king salmon count was at nearly 20,000 fish. The king goal is 15,000-30,000.
AUBURN — Perhaps Auburn’s most versatile defender, Josh Holsey added another role to his growing repertoire last week.The junior defensive back, who has seen time at corner and both the boundary and free safety positions, filled in at the “star” safety spot behind Robenson Therezie, who was recovering from a bruised shoulder.It was another move for Holsey, who has been all over the defensive backfield in his three seasons on the Plains.“The biggest thing is the mental aspect,” Auburn defensive coordinator Ellis Johnson said. “He carries a pretty big load. … Playing the two deep safeties is pretty easy to learn. When you start playing down on the second level there’s a lot of things he’s got to learn — our blitzes, our man pickups.”Holsey made four tackles against Samford, his most in four games, after Therezie came out following the opening series.“Some of our guys we wanted to be smart with,” Malzahn said, “and make sure they are healed up.”Holsey started the season at corner after an off-season filled with recovery from a torn ACL. He moved back to safety at Kansas State, but was in and out of the starting lineup over the last four games. “Josh had been repped during practice in an emergency and then when we gave him the rotation, he played well,” Johnson said. “I think (safeties coach Charlie) Harbison just out of a measure of trying to keep Therezie healthy moving forward and Josh getting even more work at it so we’ll have that option when we have to.”
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