We present observations of high-frequency current variability on the continental shelf and the slope of the Antarctic Peninsula using Lagrangian surface drifters deployed as part of the Antarctic Drifter Experiment: Links to Isobaths and Ecosystems (ADELIE) project. Here we focus on high-frequency processes such as tides and inertial oscillations that are typically smoothed out of large-scale spatially averaged, and/or temporally averaged, observed current fields. We investigate the role that this class of motion plays in the transport of physical or biogeochemical properties. Lateral displacements on the shelf and slope are found to be larger than displacements in deeper waters where tidal currents are negligible. We apply this result in a parameterization of the lateral dispersion during an off-line drifter modeling study. The outcome is an improvement on the modeling of Lagrangian drifting particles compared with a standard random walk scheme.
Defense was a struggle early on in the season for the Cougars, but they have surrendered only 52 points per game in their last three contests. FacebookTwitterLinkedInEmailSAN DIEGO-Thursday, BYU men’s basketball (16-10, 8-3 in WCC play) returns to action as they visit San Diego to take on the Toreros. Tags: Alan Taylor/BYU Men’s Basketball/Isaiah Pineiro/Isaiah Wright/Olin Carter III/San Diego Men’s Basketball/TJ Haws/Yoeli Childs Childs is now tied with Alan Taylor for the fourth most double-doubles in program history. In last Saturday’s 69-59 win over Pacific, Childs amassed 19 points and 13 rebounds, his 14th double-double of the season and the 34th of his career. February 12, 2019 /Sports News – Local BYU Men’s Basketball Back In Action At San Diego San Diego is only 3-3 in their last six games and is coming off of a 70-67 loss to Pepperdine. The Cougars have dominated this series, leading the Toreros all-time 14-5. The Toreros are 16-9 (5-5 in WCC play) headed into Thursday’s game. The Cougars’ star remains junior forward Yoeli Childs (21 points, 9.7 rebounds per game) as he is currently shooting 52 percent (211 of 406) from the field. Junior guard TJ Haws also adds 17 points per game for the Cougars. Redshirt senior forward Isaiah Pineiro (19.3 points, 9 rebounds per game) is San Diego’s statistical leader while senior guard Olin Carter III (16 points per game) and redshirt senior guard Isaiah Wright (13.4 points per game) are also double-digit scorers The Cougars score 80.2 points per game and surrender 75.4 points per contest. Written by Brad James The Toreros score 73.5 points per game and surrender 68 points per contest.
FacebookTwitterLinkedInEmailESPN(OXFORD, Miss.) — Several members of the University of Mississippi basketball team took a knee as the national anthem was played at the start of Saturday’s game to protest a pro-Confederacy rally that took place near the arena.Minutes before the match-up against the University of Georgia started, both teams lined up on opposite sides of the court for “The Star-Spangled Banner,” but eight Ole Miss players knelt as the band played the song. Six of the players took a knee one by one after the song began, and another two players knelt during the song’s final line, video from the game shows.Two Confederate groups had organized a march on the campus as the game was being played, ESPN reported.When asked during a post-game news conference whether he was aware of his player’s intent to kneel, Ole Miss head coach Kermit Davis said he was not, but added that the protest was “all about the hate groups” who were “trying to spread racism and bigotry” in the community.“It’s created a lot of tension for our campus,” he said. “I think our players made an emotional decision to show these people they’re not welcome on our campus, and we respect our players’ freedom and ability to choose that.”Junior guard Breein Tyree, who appeared to be one of the last to kneel, said during the news conference that there was no discussion among the players on how to respond to the rallies but rather they saw one of their teammates doing it and they “just didn’t want him to be alone.”Kneeling during the national anthem became a controversial form of protest among athletes after Colin Kaepernick, a former quarterback for the San Francisco 49ers, took a knee before NFL games during the 2016 season to bring awareness to police brutality and other forms of injustice against African-Americans. The issue became such a hot topic that even President Trump inserted himself into the debate, calling on the NFL to stop the players from kneeling.Coach Davis, who emphasized standing for the national anthem while he was coaching at Middle Tennessee State, said the Ole Miss basketball team would be one that “respects the flag and the national anthem” when he was introduced as its new head coach last year, according to ESPN.Ole Miss athletic director Ross Bjork said in a statement that the protest “had nothing to do with the anthem” but was meant to send a message to the out-of-state groups that they were not welcome on the campus.Bjork said he had a conversation with the players in the locker room after the game to tell them that he supports them because the university “doesn’t want those people here, either.”The Rebels defeated the Bulldogs, 72 to 71.Copyright © 2019, ABC Radio. All rights reserved. Beau Lund February 24, 2019 /Sports News – National Ole Miss basketball players kneel during national anthem to protest pro-Confederate rally Written by
Written by FacebookTwitterLinkedInEmailFARMINGTON, Utah-Thursday, the first day of Big Sky Football media days occurred with the football polls, consisting of media and coaches polls, unveiled.Weber State was picked No. 1 in both polls. Symmetrically, Southern Utah was picked No. 12 in each poll.In the media poll, the Wildcats received 546 votes, including 28 first place votes. Montana was picked second, receiving 496 votes and eight first place votes. Montana State was picked third with 493 votes and six first place votes.Eastern Washington was selected fourth, receiving 438 votes and one first-place vote. Sacramento State was picked fifth, netting 389 votes. UC Davis was selected to finish sixth, receiving 325 votes and one first-place vote.Portland State was slated to finish seventh as the Vikings netted 274 votes and Idaho was picked to finish eighth. The Vandals checked in with 273 votes.Northern Arizona was selected ninth as the Lumberjacks received 238 votes. Cal Poly was slated to finish 10th, receiving 206 votes. Idaho State was picked to finish eleventh as the Bengals received 133 votes. The Thunderbirds received 105 votes and Northern Colorado, coached by first-year head coach Ed McCaffrey, was slated to finish in 13th place in the conference. The Bears received 88 votes.The coaches poll saw the Wildcats in first place, having netted 135 votes and seven first-place votes.Montana is second in the coaches poll with 128 votes and three first-place votes.Montana State is third in the coaches poll. The Bobcats have 121 votes and one first-place vote.Eastern Washington is third in the coaches poll. The Eagles netted 118 votes and one first-place vote.Sacramento State checked in at fourth in the coaches poll. The Hornets received 99 votes and one first-place vote.UC Davis is sixth with 83 votes. Northern Arizona is seventh (68 votes), Portland State is eighth (67 votes), Idaho is ninth (66 votes), Cal Poly is 10th (46 votes), Idaho State is 11th (37 votes) and the Thunderbirds netted 33 votes to be slated 12th in the coaches poll. Northern Colorado is 13th with 13 votes and, symmetrically is in 13th place in this poll. Tags: Big Sky Conference/SUU Football/Weber State Football July 23, 2020 /Sports News – Local Weber State Football Picked No. 1 In Big Sky; SUU Football No. 12 Brad James
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Yesterday was a triumphant night for Dave Chappelle. After a ten year hiatus from television, he finally made a comeback appearance with the opportunity to host the stalwart of American sketch comedy, Saturday Night Live. The timing was impeccable, as the election of Donald Trump left our country in shambles for days, providing Chappelle the perfect opportunity to deliver his unique brand of racially-charged comedic commentary. Not only that, but his friends and fellow comeback artists, A Tribe Called Quest, were tapped as musical guest, and they put on a master-class performance of socially-conscious hip-hop from their important new record We got it from Here…Thank You 4 Your service.All in all, it was a great night for Chappelle and his friends. Which is why the after party, which took place at The Cutting Room, must have been beyond incredible. Bradley Cooper and Madonna were both in attendance, as was ATCQ cohort Busta Rhymes and New York rock icon Lenny Kravitz. At one point, Kravitz jumped on drums and he and a makeshift band started playing “Creep” by Radiohead. Chappelle himself, flanked by SNL’s Leslie Jones, led a sing-a-long version of the classic introspective song.Of course, social media maven and drummer of The Roots, Questlove, was on hand to provide us with a peak into this wild party. See below for a clip that Quest posted on Instagram of a jubilant Chappelle leading the band.
With its first season coming to a shocking end, HBO series Westworld starring Anthony Hopkins, Ed Harris, Evan Rachael Wood, and more, has released its extremely recognizable and modern soundtrack, composed by Ramin Djawadi (who also scores Game of Thrones).Throughout the season, Westworld featured versions of the Metallica‘s “Fade to Black,” Soundgarden‘s “Black Hole Sun,” and multiple Radiohead songs, such as “No Surprises,” “Fake Plastic Trees,” “Motion Picture Soundtrack,” and “Exit Music (For a Film),” the latter of which was played in the final, culminating scene of the last episode, where….just kidding, we wouldn’t spoil it for you.Some versions could be heard on the player piano featured in the western-style saloon, or through acoustic guitars and percussion during the frontier landscape scenes, or in other electronic stylings when the show took us to the lab where the androids were being worked on by technicians. Whatever the case, Djawadi provided viewers with beautiful, stripped down arrangements very well-known songs.In an interview with Pitchfork, Djawadi explained the clear dichotomy between past and present in the show and musical arrangement, “You see the settings and the way people are dressed and even though you know it’s robots and it’s all made to be modern entertainment, you would think the people in control would make everything authentic, including whatever is played on that player piano. It would be from that time period. And when it’s not, it’s that subtle reminder that, ‘Wait, there is something not right. This is not real.’ It’s just such a powerful tool that only music can do.”Take a listen to the soundtrack below, via Spotify:[via Pitchfork]
In their first year of eligibility, Pearl Jam easily garnered enough votes to find their way into the Rock And Roll Hall Of Fame. With the induction ceremony coming up on April 7th, the band will be honored by another legendary Hall Of Famer – Neil Young. As Pearl Jam regularly covers Young’s music, this will be a meaningful way for the two artists to share their respect for one another.The full list of inductees includes Tupar Shakur, Yes, Journey, Joan Baez, and Electric Light Orchestra, and a few more details about the induction ceremony have been revealed. Set to take place at the Barclays Center in Brooklyn, NY, the show will feature Jackson Browne inducting Joan Baez and Geddy Lee and Alex Lifeson of Rush inducting Yes. The ceremony will also include a lifetime achievement award for Nile Rodgers, the leader of Chic and a fixture of the music scene for several decades. Additional performers and details will be announced in the coming days.For more about the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, head to their website.[Photo via Rolling Stone]
Related Shows View Comments The Color Purple Jennie Harney will make her Broadway debut this fall in The Color Purple. She steps into the role of Nettie beginning September 20, filling in for Joaquina Kalukango, who takes her final bow before maternity leave on September 18.Harney previously appeared in the national tour of Motown. She also won BET’s Apollo Live 2 competition in 2014.The current cast at the Bernard B. Jacobs Theatre features Tony winners Cynthia Erivo and Heather Headley as Celie and Shug Avery, respectively, as well as Tony nominee Danielle Brooks as Sofia, Isaiah Johnson as Mister, Kyle Scatliffe as Harpo and Patrice Covington as Squeak. Jennifer Holliday will replace Headley as Shug beginning October 4.Based on the Alice Walker novel, the musical follows Celie, a young black woman in Georgia who, through her friendship with her daughter-in-law and friend Sofia, relationship with the extravagant and troubled Shug Avery and her own self-acceptance, triumphs over adversity and learns to love herself. Jennie Harney(Photo courtesy of Polk & Co.) Show Closed This production ended its run on Jan. 8, 2017
Dorn will head a delegation that includes the VermontDepartment of Economic Development; the Vermont Global Trade Partnership;Burlington-based alternative energy firm Draker Solar; and environmental remediationequipment maker Clean Earth Technology of Ferrisburg to GLOBE 2008. For more information, visit the GLOBE Web site at: http://www.globe2008.ca/index.cfm(link is external) “This will be the second time that Vermont hasattended GLOBE, and the response has been very positive,” Dorn said.Vermont companies have found good leads, and environmental technologyfirms have expressed interest in our state. FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE MONTPELIER, Vt. — The State of Vermont will be lookingto generate some green by being green at an upcoming internationalenvironmental technology trade fair and conference in Vancouver. CONTACT: David Mace (802) 828-5229 He noted Vermont’s efforts to promote itself as acenter for environmental engineering and technology firms, including therelease of the recent report by the Vermont Environmental Engineering AdvisoryCouncil. Nearly 10,000 policy makers, environmental business leadersand corporate environmental managers from 78 countries attended GLOBE 2006 andorganizers estimate that $646 million in new business was generated at GLOBE2006. March 10, 2008 30 “Vermont has an internationally-recognized image as aclean, ‘green’ state; we are the healthiest state in America; andwe have more institutions of higher learning per capita than any otherstate,” said Kevin Dorn, Vermont Secretary of Commerce and CommunityDevelopment. “We believe we can leverage these strengths to recruit’green’ businesses to Vermont, and promote those alreadyhere.” GLOBE 2008 showcases emerging environmental technologies andsolutions from leading global technology companies. “Governor Jim Douglas has made growing Vermont’s’Green Valley’ a priority,” Dorn said. “This conferencehelps promote Vermont on a world stage.” Representatives of the Vermont Department of EconomicDevelopment and the Vermont Global Trade Partnership will be joined by severalVermont companies at GLOBE 2008, a biennial trade fair and conference scheduledfor March 12 through 14. VERMONT TO PROMOTE ‘GREEN VALLEY’ AT ENVIRONMENTAL TECH SHOW