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Much of the research on Holocene glacier and climate fluctuations in western Canada has been done in the southern Canadian Rocky Mountains (see Luckman, 2000, for references).
The incentive for management to misstate the financial results was high or low, and the extent of corroboration for management's explanation of the fluctuation was either extensive or minimal, resulting in four conditions--high incentive/extensive corroboration; high incentive/minimal corroboration; low incentive/extensive corroboration; low incentive/minimal corroboration.
The auditor may then evaluate a proposed audit adjustment to see whether it eliminates the fluctuations present or, instead, results in discrepancies in other accounts or does not account for the magnitude of the fluctuation.
Squires and Wolf[2] used an unsteady-state heat transfer model to study temperature fluctuations in cross channel flow.
Increasing the use of overtime appears to be the most common measure taken by facilities to help manage these fluctuations, despite the high costs and potential pitfalls that are often associated with this tactic.
The standard answer had been that gravity amplified tiny fluctuations in the density of the infant cosmos.
Such fluctuations may indicate how the universe evolved from its suspected smooth beginning to its present state - a lumpy collection of clusters of galaxies separated by vast regions of empty space.
Professor Bandi has shown for the first time that the spectrum of wind power fluctuations follows the same pattern as wind speed fluctuations for a different reason.
In this book, the authors deal with density, temperature, velocity, and concentration fluctuations in fluids and fluid mixtures.
Prior to the final COI regulations, no clear guidance existed as to whether fluctuations in value that take place during the period between the binding contract date and the effective date of the reorganization affect COI.
Tiny variations in that temperature, less than a millionth of a kelvin hotter or colder, revealed details of the primordial density fluctuations that gave rise to stars and galaxies (SN: 2/15/03, p.
In these proceedings of June 2004, contributors describe their research mainly on noise and fluctuations at the nanometer scale in electron devices, bio-materials and mesoscopic systems.
x] configuration for the control and stabilization of magnetic field fluctuations and gradients in a new experiment searching for a permanent electric dipole moment of the neutron.
She said: "The solar wind fluctuations had a much higher probability of extreme events than for more random processes.
This results in a higher conveying efficiency and a significant reduction of pressure fluctuations.