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By Robert W Gallant; Jay M Railey; Carl L Yaws

Offering the fundamental actual estate info had to layout and function oil refineries, petrochemical vegetation and gasoline processing amenities, this multiplied version covers the paraffinic hydrocarbons, halogenated hydrocarbons and several other oxygenated hydrocarbons, resembling alcohols, oxides and glycols. info on vapor strain, warmth of vaporization, density, floor stress, warmth ability, thermal conductivity, warmth of formation and Gibb's loose strength of formation are provided in graphical shape for every compound. at any place attainable, information were prolonged over a large temperature diversity. Water solubility, reduce explosion restrict and top explosion restrict were further to the tables to help environmental and safeguard engineers. SI and metric devices are used for all houses other than vapor strain. Temperatures are in centigrade and conversion tables are incorporated

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Frison (1993b:242) suggested that the change from percussion in Clovis point manufacture to pressure flaking in Goshen point manufacture is reflected in later Folsom points, which are also manufactured by pressure flaking. The Goshen toolkit, however, resembles a Clovis toolkit, including bi­ faces and blade tools (Frison 1991a:45). Goshen sites are geographically located on the northwestern plains with the classic example being the Mill Iron site, in southeastern Montana (Frison 1991b). Goshen has also been found stratigraphically below Folsom at the Hell Gap site, below Folsom at the Carter/Kerr-McGee site, surficially at the Powars ii site near the Hell Gap site, and in Bentzen-Kaufmann Cave near Sheridan, Wyoming (Frison 1991a:45–46).

Bluefish Caves is located 54 km southwest of the Old Crow settlement in the northwestern Yukon Territory. Bluefish Cave i is a multicomponent site with cultural material in levels iii through v. Late Pleistocene and early Holocene-age fauna such as bison and horse were recovered from these levels. The lowest clear cultural level, level v, produced three flakes and thirty-seven micro-chips in a context expected to date about 13,000 bp (Cinq-Mars 1979:28). A microblade may occur in the overlying level and micro-chips may occur in underlying levels (CinqMars 1979:28).

9a) recorded a specimen from Mentmore. A second Clovis point was recovered from the Brookdale-Mentmore area (Pettipas 1971:8). A Clovis point was recovered from the uppermost terrace of the Pembina River south of Manitou (Pettipas 1976). The latter specimen had been reworked and exhibited pot-lid fractures, an arced base, and straight margins. It was manufactured on thin-banded limestone (Pettipas 1976:4). A Clovis point was recovered near Erickson (Saylor 1978). A revisit to the findspot led to the recovery of two more artifacts.

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