The BED data by size class of employer differ from the JOLTS
size-class data in a number of respects: the BED data are available by firm size, not establishment size; the BED data represent net movements in employment of individual firms, whereas the JOLTS
data consist of gross flows (hires and separations) from which net employment changes can be derived; and the BED data are derived from the universe of covered employers, whereas the JOLTS
data are estimated from a sample of 16,000 establishments.
Five research papers were presented at the JOLTS
estimates were first released in July 2002, and monthly estimates are available beginning with December 2000.
In order to learn more about the difference between aeration and conventionally filled green sand molds, a modified cone jolt
test was used to study mold samples from each molding technique.
An old lady offering prayers told that during jolt
heavy sounds were heard.
After that jolt
, scientists set up networks of seismometers capable of detecting the long-period vibrations of the normal modes.
toughness, friability and wet tensile tests are sensitive to the effects of core sand dilution.
DataDirect Technologies, the unparalleled leader in data connectivity and mainframe integration and an operating company of Progress Software Corporation (Nasdaq: PRGS), today announced that the Stylus Studio[R] 2007 XML Enterprise Suite product has been awarded the 2007 Jolt
Productivity Award in the Design and Modeling category.
If Romanowicz is right, the current spell of strike-slip jolts
will soon die down, giving way to a renewed period of great thrust quakes.
Hall of Fame Award represents the highest level of recognition for our efforts in support of software developers," said Leslie Grandy, director of the application development and management customer unit at Visio.
Why such massive jolts
should rock the continent's otherwise stable center has long puzzled geologists.
report that the small earthquakes immediately preceding the Landers quake were tightly clustered within about 800 meters of each other -- a characteristic that distinguishes them from similarsized jolts
that had been rattling the region for weeks.
The small patch of the San Andreas running through this town produced jolts
between magnitude 5.
5 or 6 jolts
about every 22 years for the last century (though the next one is overdue).
At that same time, similar bursts of perceptible jolts
and microquakes started at a dozen other sites in the western United States, including Mt.