Filename: upstream.pdf
ISBN: 1594206708
Release Date: 2016-10-11
Number of pages: 192
Author: Mary Oliver
Publisher: Penguin Press

Download and read online Upstream in PDF and EPUB In the beginning I was so young and such a stranger to myself I hardly existed. I had to go out into the world and see it and hear it and react to it, before I knew at all who I was, what I was, what I wanted to be. So begins "Upstream," a collection of essays in which beloved poet Mary Oliver reflects on her willingness, as a young child and as an adult, to lose herself within the beauty and mysteries of both the natural world and the world of literature. Emphasizing the significance of her childhood friend Walt Whitman, through whose work she first understood that a poem is a temple, a place to enter, and in which to feel, and who encouraged her to vanish into the world of her writing, Oliver meditates on the forces that allowed her to create a life for herself out of work and love. As she writes, I could not be a poet without the natural world. Someone else could. But not me. For me the door to the woods is the door to the temple. "Upstream," a radiant collection of essays with a new piece on Provincetown, follows Oliver as she contemplates the pleasure of artistic labor, her boundless curiosity for the flora and fauna that surround her, and the responsibility she has inherited from Shelley, Wordsworth, Emerson, Poe, and Frost, the great thinkers and writers of the past, to live thoughtfully, intelligently, and to observe with passion. Throughout this collection, Oliver positions not just herself upstream but us as well as she encourages us all to keep moving, to lose ourselves in the awe of the unknown, and to give power and time to the creative and whimsical urges that live within us."


Filename: upstream.pdf
ISBN: 0870710907
Release Date: 2006
Number of pages: 149
Author: Robin Carey

Download and read online Upstream in PDF and EPUB As a river guide on the Klamath River in northern California, Robin Carey fantasized about attempting "an entire whitewater river in upstream mode." Years later, Carey and his son Dev, both experienced river runners, set out to kayak up the wild Klamath from its mouth at the Pacific Ocean. A test of the limits of physical endurance, the river ascent also forces Carey to work out tensions with his grown son and come to terms with a painful past haunted by a legacy of destructive family relationships.


Filename: upstream.pdf
ISBN: STANFORD:36105025422325
Release Date: 1989
Number of pages:
Author: Poetry Book Society

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Filename: upstream.pdf
ISBN: 0936389869
Release Date: 2001-01-01
Number of pages: 213
Author: Molly Hoekstra
Publisher: Tudor Pub

Download and read online Upstream in PDF and EPUB A sixteen-year-old anexoric struggles to please nutritionists, doctors, therapists, other staff members, and fellow patients in a hospital ward for people with eating disorders.

Upstream downstream

Filename: upstream-downstream.pdf
ISBN: WISC:89066051467
Release Date: 1978
Number of pages: 338
Author: Mary P. Engels

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Upstream downstream

Filename: upstream-downstream.pdf
ISBN: 0877227470
Release Date: 1990
Number of pages: 242
Author: Donald Scherer
Publisher: Temple University Press

Download and read online Upstream downstream in PDF and EPUB Contains essays that explore non-reciprocated relationships with regard to the environment. This work includes contributions that discuss moral issues that arise when decisions by individuals, corporations, or governments cause changes in the environment that affect those who do not participate in the decisions.

Optimization and Business Improvement Studies in Upstream Oil and Gas Industry

Filename: optimization-and-business-improvement-studies-in-upstream-oil-and-gas-industry.pdf
ISBN: 9781119100034
Release Date: 2016-08-15
Number of pages: 336
Author: Sanjib Chowdhury
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons

Download and read online Optimization and Business Improvement Studies in Upstream Oil and Gas Industry in PDF and EPUB Delves into the core and functional areas in the upstream oil and gas industry covering a wide range of operations and processes Oil and gas exploration and production (E&P) activities are costly, risky and technology-intensive. With the rise in global demand for oil and fast depletion of easy reserves, the search for oil is directed to more difficult areas – deepwater, arctic region, hostile terrains; and future production is expected to come from increasingly difficult reserves – deeper horizon, low quality crude. All these are making E&P activities even more challenging in terms of operations, technology, cost and risk. Therefore, it is necessary to use scarce resources judiciously and optimize strategies, cost and capital, and improve business performance in all spheres of E&P business. Optimization and Business Improvement Studies in Upstream Oil and Gas Industry contains eleven real-life optimization and business improvement studies that delve into the core E&P activities and functional areas covering a wide range of operations and processes. It uses various quantitative and qualitative techniques, such as Linear Programing, Queuing theory, Critical Path Analysis, Economic analysis, Best Practices Benchmark, Business Process Simplification etc. to optimize Productivity of drilling operations Controllable rig time loss Deepwater exploration strategy Rig move time and activity schedule Offshore supply vessel fleet size Supply chain management system Strategic workforce and human resource productivity Base oil price for a country Standardize consumption of materials Develop uniform safety standards for offshore installations Improve organizational efficiency through business process simplification The book will be of immense interest to practicing managers, professionals and employees at all levels/ disciplines in oil and gas industry. It will also be useful to academicians, scholars, educational institutes, energy research institutes, and consultants dealing with oil and gas. The work can be used as a practical guide to upstream professionals and students in petroleum engineering programs.


Filename: upstream.pdf
ISBN: 9781416588405
Release Date: 2008-02-12
Number of pages: 464
Author: Alfred S. Regnery
Publisher: Simon and Schuster

Download and read online Upstream in PDF and EPUB Alfred S. Regnery, the publisher of The American Spectator, has been a part of the American conservative movement since childhood, when his father founded The Henry Regnery Company, which subsequently became Regnery Publishing -- the preeminent conservative publishing house that, among other notable achievements, published William F. Buckley's first book, God and Man at Yale. Including many uniquely personal anecdotes and stories, Regnery himself now boldly chronicles the development of the conservative movement from 1945 to the present. The outpouring of grief at the funeral of Ronald Reagan in 2004 -- and the acknowledgment that Reagan has come to be considered one of the greatest presidents of the twentieth century -- is Regnery's opening for a fascinating insider story. Beginning at the start of the twentieth century, he shows how in the years prior to and just post World War II, expanding government power at home and the expanding Communist empire abroad inspired conservatives to band together to fight these threats. The founding of the National Review, the drive to nominate Barry Goldwater first as vice-president and later as president, the apparent defeat of the conservative movement at the hands of Lyndon Johnson, and the triumphant rise of Ronald Reagan from the ashes are all chronicled in vivid prose that shows a uniquely intimate knowledge of the key figures. Regnery shares his views on the opposition that formed in response to Earl Warren's Supreme Court rulings, the role of faith (both Roman Catholic and Evangelical) in the renewed vigor of conservatism, and the contributing role of American businessmen who attempted to oppose big government. Upstream ultimately gives perspective to how the most vibrant political and cultural force of our time has influenced American culture, politics, economics, foreign policy, and all institutions and sectors of American life.


Filename: upstream.pdf
ISBN: 9780307548634
Release Date: 2009-04-02
Number of pages: 160
Author: Melissa Lion
Publisher: Wendy Lamb Books

Download and read online Upstream in PDF and EPUB Marty’s small town in Alaska is the most beautiful place in the world. There she and her beloved boyfriend, Steven, can walk through fields of fireweed, explore the wild, and tie pink floozy fishing lures to catch the salmon that swim upstream. But when she starts her senior year, Marty must return to school by herself. Without Steven. Something happened during the summer that changed things forever. It’s a small town and people are starting to talk; Marty can feel their stares and hear their whispers. But they weren’t there and they don’t know. Only Marty knows what really happened, and it’s something she must never, ever tell. From the Hardcover edition.

Upstream Oil and Gas Agreements

Filename: upstream-oil-and-gas-agreements.pdf
ISBN: UVA:35007002613697
Release Date: 1996
Number of pages: 268
Author: Martyn R. David

Download and read online Upstream Oil and Gas Agreements in PDF and EPUB Provides a set of commentaries on a contractual history of an oil or gas field, from the initial formation of a consortium to bid on concessions, to the abandonment of the facilities. The book is accompanied by a disk containing precedents, to accompany and illustrate the principles described.

Flowing Upstream

Filename: flowing-upstream.pdf
ISBN: 8175962623
Release Date: 2005-01-01
Number of pages: 258
Author: Sara Ahmed
Publisher: Foundation Books

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Institutional Change in Upstream Innovation Governance

Filename: institutional-change-in-upstream-innovation-governance.pdf
ISBN: 3631602464
Release Date: 2010
Number of pages: 236
Author: Dominik F. Schlossstein
Publisher: Peter Lang

Download and read online Institutional Change in Upstream Innovation Governance in PDF and EPUB The book takes issue with the changing role of government in devising and applying science, technology and innovation (STI) policies in a late-comer economy. South Korea is presented as a point in case, due to its astonishing ascent from a developing nation in the 1960s, to an emerging market in the 1980s and a high-technology powerhouse of our days. Which incentives have kept the government focused on productivity-enhancing STI policies? And why should Korea's national innovation system be reconfigured to fully prepare for the technological challenges of the 21st century? An institutional economics perspective complemented by expert interviews shows that organizations and institutions concerned with STI policy-making in Korea have co-evolved simultaneously mainly driven by the timing of presidential election cycles. The book contains a summary in Korean.

Upstream Upper intermediate Student s book Per le Scuole superiori

Filename: upstream-upper-intermediate-student-s-book-per-le-scuole-superiori.pdf
ISBN: 1843255308
Release Date: 2003
Number of pages: 264
Author: Bob Obee
Publisher: ELI

Download and read online Upstream Upper intermediate Student s book Per le Scuole superiori in PDF and EPUB The series is specially designed for students from intermediate to proficiency level. Each book consists of five modules and provides systematic preparation in all four language skills - listening, speaking, reading and writing - required at these levels. The Student's Book and the Workbook are designed to be covered in approximately 100 to 120 hours of classroom work.

Hydrological techniques for upstream conservation

Filename: hydrological-techniques-for-upstream-conservation.pdf
ISBN: UOM:39015047884534
Release Date: 1976-01-01
Number of pages: 134
Author: S. H. Kunkle

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