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Such characteristics may make these cedars an eastern analog of the better-known bristlecone pine trees of the western United States, says Larson.
Regardless of the reasons for such preservation, these cedars, living and dead, give scientists a rare opportunity to study past climatic variations in eastern North America, Larson says.
Larson speculates that they might help convert atmospheric nitrogen into a form the cliff-growing cedars can use as a fertilizer.
In particular, Cedars plans to construct its $614 million Advanced Health Sciences Pavilion on its campus to expand its tertiary and quaternary service lines, and to strengthen its biomedical research and educational activities.
In many ways, Cedar Grove might be just as beautiful as its famous neighbor, a four-hour drive to the north.
The South Fork of the Kings River flows through Cedar Grove, white waters cascading through the canyon walls that tower over the valley.
The trail to Cedar Grove is reached by traveling north on Highway 99 to Fresno and taking Highway 180 east to the end of the road.
Cedars Sinai's firm commitment to quality education and training of our clinical staff is reflected in our decision to use the HealthStream Learning Center," said Robert Messerly RN, Clinical Informatics Coordinator, Cedars Sinai Medical Center.
As the first hospital in California to earn the prestigious Magnet designation, Cedars Sinai Medical Center is one of the largest nonprofit academic medical centers in the Western United States.
A second `retirement' at The Cedars eliminates daily hassle factors and allows members to embrace new challenges.
The Cedars represents a new concept in retirement living.
The Cedars of Chapel Hill is a continuing care retirement community located on approximately 47 acres just off Hwy.
The Cedars is unique as an ownership-model in the Triangle--residents own their retirement home but The Cedars offers the convenience of managing all maintenance, housekeeping, meals, and other services and the security of assisted living options.
Although terms of the cash transaction are not being disclosed, employees in the Seattle office of Cedar Systems will be helping in the transition phase to ensure a seamless transfer for all of Cedar Systems customers and technology.
This acquisition of Cedar Systems continues and accelerates Neoware's strategy of growing our business profitably, both organically and through carefully targeted acquisitions," according to Michael Kantrowitz, president and CEO of Neoware.