Always Be Yourself Unless You Can Be A Beaver Then Always Be A Beaver: School Composition Notebook College Ruled


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School Composition Notebooks For Students

Our cute and practical college ruled composition books are the perfect school notebook. With dozens of styles to choose from and the perfect size (8.5″x11″) to fit in a desk or backpack kids are sure to love them.

Please note if cover has a glitter look it is not actual glitter and simply the print.



(as of Feb 08,2019 13:27:49 UTC – Details)

The Ring of Fire: 25,000 miles of oceanic trenches, volcanic belts, and seismic plates circling the Pacific Ocean. Enough dormant power to reshape the world as we know it waits to be unleashed beneath the Earth’s crust. Until now.

In a matter of moments entire swaths of America’s west coast slide into the ocean. Los Angeles becomes a crumbling ghost town. Refugee camps are littered with flyers for missing loved ones. The city is a scene of utter devastation and despair. Within Hollywood the military quarantines Coldwater Canyon due to the extreme damage; however, suspicions are growing that this is not the true reason why.

Wes Harding is a FEMA field director who has stayed behind, searching the wreckage for bodies. He’s finding plenty of them, but many have an odd similarity: the ribcages have been sliced open – their respiratory systems meticulously removed. The only thing that’s clear is that something more is going on here.

With the help of dedicated activist Hannah Lonnegin and hippie scientist Dr. Bernard Dumas, Harding must get to the bottom of the mystery. Humanity hangs in the balance – and maybe more.

How Information Systems Can Help in Alarm/Alert Detection


(as of Feb 08,2019 01:24:42 UTC – Details)

Alarm or alert detection remains an issue in various areas from nature, i.e. flooding, animals or earthquake, to software systems. Liveness, dynamicity, reactivity of alarm systems: how to ensure the warning information reach the right destination at the right moment and in the right location, still being relevant for the recipient, in spite of the various and successive filters of confidentiality, privacy, firewall policies, etc.? Also relevant in this context are to technical contingency issues: material failure, defect of connection, break of channels, independence of information routes and sources? Alarms with crowd media, (mis)information vs. rumours: how to make the distinction?

The prediction of natural disasters (floods, avalanches, etc.), health surveillance (affectionate fevers of cattle, pollution by pesticides, etc.), air, sea and land transport, or space surveillance to prevent Risks of collisions between orbital objects involve more and more actors within Information Systems, one of whose purposes is the dissemination of alerts. By expanding the capabilities and functionality of such national or international systems, social networks are playing a growing role in dissemination and sharing, eg. with the support of systems like the Google Alert ( which concerns the publication of contents online. Recently, the Twitter microblogging platform announced a broadcast service, designed to help government organizations with alerts to the public. The proper functioning of such systems depends on fundamental properties such as resilience, liveliness and responsiveness: any alert must absolutely reach the right recipient at the right time and in the right place, while remaining relevant to him, despite the various constraints. on the one hand to external events, such as hardware failures, connection faults, breaks in communication channels, on the other hand to confidentiality, such as the collection and use of personal data (with or without the consent of the user), or the disparity of access policies (generation according to industrial, technological, security constraints, management of internal / external policies, etc.) between actors. This book opens the discussion on the “procrastination”, the dynamics and the reactivity of the alert systems, but also the problems of confidentiality, filtering of information, and the means of distinguishing information and rumor.

  • Presents alarm or alert detection in all its aspects
  • Finds a solution so that the alert information reaches the right destination
  • Find relevance to various technical issues

Escaping the Giant Wave


(as of Feb 04,2019 13:23:42 UTC – Details)

The Worst Vacation Ever!
Thirteen-year-old Kyle thought spending a vacation on the Oregon coast with his family would be great. He’d never flown before, and he’d never seen the Pacific Ocean.
One evening Kyle is left in charge of his younger sister, BeeBee, while his parents attend an adults-only Salesman of the Year dinner on an elegant yacht.
Then the earthquake comes — starting a fire in their hotel! As Kyle and BeeBee fight their way out through smoke and flame, Kyle remembers the sign at the beach that said after an earthquake everyone should go uphill and inland, as far from the ocean as possible. Giant tsunami waves — three or four stories high can ride in from the sea and engulf anyone who doesn’t escape fast enough.
Kyle and BeeBee flee uphill as a tsunami crashes over the beach, the hotel, and the town. The giant wave charges straight up the hillside and through the woods where the children are running for their lives. The perfect vacation has become a nightmare! Somehow Kyle and BeeBee have to outwit nature’s fury and save themselves from tsunami terror.

Wave Trains: Tsunami Survival Fiction


(as of Feb 04,2019 05:50:55 UTC – Details)

Walden and Lily are taking a leisurely walk near the beach when they suddenly realize that the sea is receding. A short while later, they find themselves running from a torrent that sweeps through the area. Wave trains begin to flood the town, and the residents on the coast find themselves at the mercy of the tsunami, including Walden and Lily, who end up becoming enveloped by the foamy water that doesn’t seem to relent.

Advanced Design Examples of Seismic Retrofit of Structures


(as of Feb 01,2019 22:05:12 UTC – Details)

Advanced Design Examples of Seismic Retrofit of Structures provides insights on the problems associated with the seismic retrofitting of existing structures. The authors present various international case studies of seismic retrofitting projects and the different possible strategies on how to handle complex problems encountered. Users will find tactics on a variety of problems that are commonly faced, including problems faced by engineers and authorities who have little or no experience in the practice of seismic retrofitting.

  • Provides several examples of retrofitting projects that cover different structural systems, from non-engineered houses, to frame buildings
  • Presents various retrofitting methods through examples
  • Provides detailed, step-by-step design procedures for each example
  • Includes real retrofit projects with photos of the details of various retrofitting techniques
  • Contains several modeling details and hints making use of various software in this area

Arctic Tundra

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(as of Jan 31,2019 17:23:37 UTC – Details)

It’s a land of riddles, where a winter night can last for weeks and where the ground is full of water though it rarely rains or snows. Bears, hares, wolves, and foxes roam the ice-crusted earth, as flowers follow the sun as it moves across the sky. Young readers may never come to the Arctic tundra, but now it can come to them―in a book chock full of fun-to-do experiments and activities for children ages 6 and up that help them to solve some of the mysteries of this strange and forbidding world. Arctic Tundra includes a picture field guide, a glossary-index, and a resource list.