Brazil Held to 1-1 Draw by Switzerland at World Cup

first_imgROSTOV-ON-DON, Russia (AP) — Brazil joined the list of big teams struggling to win their opening matches at the World Cup in Russia.The five-time champions were held to a 1-1 draw by Switzerland on Sunday, a few hours after four-time champion Germany was beaten by Mexico 1-0.Philippe Coutinho, who was making his World Cup debut, gave Brazil the lead in the 20th minute with a volley that bounced in off the right post. Steven Zuber then headed in the equalizer in the 50th. Mexican referee Cesar Ramos dismissed complaints that Zuber had shoved defender Miranda before getting to the corner from Xherdan Shaqiri.“I was pushed out of the way. There is video of what happened and the referee could have seen it. But it didn’t happen,” Miranda said. “We got a draw but this is only the beginning for us. We knew this game wasn’t going to be easy.”Ramos also ignored a penalty claim late in the second half when Gabriel Jesus was wrestled to the ground by Switzerland defender Manuel Akanji.Brazil’s Philippe Coutinho celebrates with teammates after scoring his side’s opening goal during the group E match between Brazil and Switzerland at the 2018 soccer World Cup in the Rostov Arena in Rostov-on-Don, Russia, Sunday, June 17, 2018. (AP Photo/Themba Hadebe)Swiss players ended up with three yellow cards, and 10 of the 14 fouls they committed were on Brazil forward Neymar.Switzerland coach Vladimir Petkovic described the incident against Miranda as an “ordinary challenge.” He also dismissed charges that Neymar had been treated harshly.“Of course, neutralizing Neymar was a key ingredient of our game,” he added.Switzerland dominated the midfield for long spells against a Brazil team that had been keen to start with a win after its disastrous exit as host in 2014.“I am proud of their determination,” Petkovic said of his team. “The first 40 minutes were tough for us, and at halftime I told the players to stay cool and press forward. They did, and it worked.”Coutinho had another chance to put Brazil in the lead but he sent the ball wide in the 67th minute.“I’m very glad to score but what was important was our effort to win and what we did as a team is what counts,” Coutinho said. “We had some great moments and positive moments. Now we need to think about the next match.”Brazil has won 17 of its 22 matches since Tite took over as coach in 2016. But they couldn’t get another one in front of a very Brazil-friendly crowd at the Rostov Arena.Switzerland’s Steven Zuber celebrates with teammates after scoring his side’s opening goal during the group E match between Brazil and Switzerland at the 2018 soccer World Cup in the Rostov Arena in Rostov-on-Don, Russia, Sunday, June 17, 2018. (AP Photo/Themba Hadebe)Besides Brazil and Germany, Argentina was held to a 1-1 draw by Iceland on Saturday, and Spain and Portugal played to a 3-3 draw on Friday.Tite said he wouldn’t make excuses for the disappointing scoreline.“What happened with Miranda was clear, but it doesn’t explain the result,” Tite said. “There was a lot of pressure and anxiety on the players and that translated into the finishes that were not precise. We had 20 finishes but we should have make the goalkeeper work harder.“But of course I’m not happy with the result and of course I wanted to win tonight.”The Brazilians remain haunted by their 7-1 loss to Germany in the 2014 World Cup semifinals that was followed by a 3-0 defeat against the Netherlands in the third-place playoff.GROUP DYNAMICSBrazil will next face Costa Rica on Friday in St. Petersburg, while Switzerland faces Serbia in Kaliningrad on the same day. Serbia leads Group E after its 1-0 victory over Costa Rica.THEY SAID ITPetkovic said it was time the world took notice of his team, which is sixth in the FIFA rankings and won nine of its 10 qualifying matches to reach its fourth straight World Cup.Brazil’s Neymar, left, and Switzerland’s Valon Behrami challenge for the ball during the group E match between Brazil and Switzerland at the 2018 soccer World Cup in the Rostov Arena in Rostov-on-Don, Russia, Sunday, June 17, 2018. (AP Photo/Felipe Dana)“I’m not surprised with the result,” the Bosnian said. “Sometimes there is a lack of recognition (in Switzerland’s ability) and I think that’s a pity because this team really believes in itself and can achieve results.“Against a difficult and strong opponent you need to be realistic and sometimes you play passes without thinking too much but I think the team has shown great determination and true spirit.”Tite said he was happy with his team’s play until Switzerland scored.“The goal, the aggressiveness, the creative plays, it was characteristic of our team,” Tite said. “And then the opposition grew stronger and we were not advancing enough. We were not blocking enough.”—By DEREK GATOPOULOS , Associated PressBrazil’s Philippe Coutinho, left, and Switzerland’s Granit Xhaka jump for the ball during the group E match between Brazil and Switzerland at the 2018 soccer World Cup in the Rostov Arena in Rostov-on-Don, Russia, Sunday, June 17, 2018. 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Australia can be a dangerous beast against England as World Cup underdogs

first_imgShare on Facebook Share on WhatsApp Australia rugby union team Australia will enter their World Cup quarter-final against England on Saturday as underdogs – and that will make the Wallabies particularly dangerous. Michael Cheika’s side are not expected to win in Oita; England have defeated Australia a record six times in a row, dating back to 2016. Significantly, Cheika and his opposite number Eddie Jones were in charge for all of those matches.The only other comparable period of dominance between the two old foes was England’s five consecutive wins between 2000 and the 2003 World Cup final in Sydney. The psychological advantage the English have established over the Wallabies may be the decisive factor in the quarter-final, but in whose favour? Share on LinkedIn The Wallabies will anticipate a tactical kicking game from England, who not only kick for field position, but employ attacking cross-field kicks for their wingers. But it would be typical Jones to anticipate what the Wallabies are anticipating and do the exact opposite. When the Wallabies upset the All Blacks in 2003, Jones instructed them to keep the ball in hand and not kick at all, a tactic that flummoxed the Kiwis. Does Jones have something special up his sleeve for his old team?The dropping of England five-eighth George Ford and the shifting of Tuilagi from outside-centre to inside-centre suggests England will play direct and may even kick less in general play. Will that change-up bewilder the Wallabies or is Cheika about to finally turn the tables on Jones?Whether by accident or design, the Wallabies’ constant chopping and changing may work in their favour because it will make the team very difficult to analyse, which will probably frustrate a coach as meticulous as Jones. After planning two of the biggest upsets in World Cup history, Jones could be about to wear the boot on the other foot. … we have a small favour to ask. More people are reading and supporting The Guardian’s independent, investigative journalism than ever before. And unlike many new organisations, we have chosen an approach that allows us to keep our journalism accessible to all, regardless of where they live or what they can afford. But we need your ongoing support to keep working as we do.The Guardian will engage with the most critical issues of our time – from the escalating climate catastrophe to widespread inequality to the influence of big tech on our lives. At a time when factual information is a necessity, we believe that each of us, around the world, deserves access to accurate reporting with integrity at its heart.Our editorial independence means we set our own agenda and voice our own opinions. Guardian journalism is free from commercial and political bias and not influenced by billionaire owners or shareholders. This means we can give a voice to those less heard, explore where others turn away, and rigorously challenge those in power.We need your support to keep delivering quality journalism, to maintain our openness and to protect our precious independence. Every reader contribution, big or small, is so valuable. Support The Guardian from as little as $1 – and it only takes a minute. Thank you. Since you’re here… comment Topics Share on Pinterest Rugby World Cup 2019 Read more Read more Reuse this content Share on Twitter Rugby union Rugby World Cup Australia sport Share via Email Michael Cheika and Eddie Jones: rivals cut from same cloth in struggle for supremacy England possess valuable self-belief, but if they display any complacency against the Wallabies, they will leave themselves vulnerable to being taken by surprise.The history of the World Cup is littered with the corpses of teams that did not see their end coming. That is why the All Blacks, perennially the most dominant team in the world since the introduction of the World Cup in 1987, have only won three of eight tournaments.The All Blacks lost to France in the 1999 semi-final and the 2007 quarter-final, to South Africa in the 1995 final and to the Wallabies in the 2003 semi-final. They entered all of those knockout games as favourites.No one knows the threat of the underdog better than Eddie Jones and England’s defence coach John Mitchell. Jones was in charge of the Wallabies when Australia upset the Mitchell-coached All Blacks in 2003. The pair will be acutely aware that Australia are capable of causing a boil-over.And, of course, Jones masterminded the biggest upset in World Cup history when he guided Japan to a miraculous victory over the Springboks in the 2015 World Cup.Mitchell admitted this week that the Wallabies took him by surprise in 2003, but that England would be ready for Australia this time around. But Jones and Mitchell must convince their players the Wallabies are a credible threat, despite having had the wood on them for three years.Perhaps the coaches could turn to footage of the Wallabies’ 47-26 win against the All Blacks in Perth in August and their second-half comeback against Wales in their 29-25 loss in the crucial Pool D game as a reminder of what Australia can do.If the Wallabies are to upset England on Saturday, that’s the sort of form they will need to reproduce. For that to happen the Australian forwards, particularly the tight-five, must muscle-up against the English pack.When Jones was sacked as Wallabies coach at the end of 2005, Australia’s forward pack was an international laughing stock. Their reputation for being soft haunted them for years, but Cheika has built a pack that is capable of challenging any Test eight in the world.If the Wallabies can dominate up front against England as they did against the All Blacks in Perth, they will not only provide a platform for their own attacking game, but will negate a core strength of England’s game, which revolves heavily around the set-pieces.The Wallabies should also study Japan’s defence in their pool win against Scotland at this World Cup. The hosts isolated Scotland halves Greig Laidlaw and Finn Russell from their strike players, disrupting their attack, and Australia should look to do something similar to England playmakers Ben Youngs and Owen Farrell. If the Wallabies can isolate them, they will reduce the involvement of their dangerous strike players, particularly powerful midfielder Manu Tuilagi. 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CBS Releases Its Week 5 College Football Top 10

first_imgJonathan Taylor rushes the ball against Miami in the Pinstripe Bowl.NEW YORK, NEW YORK – DECEMBER 27: Jonathan Taylor #23 of the Wisconsin Badgers runs with the ball in the first quarter of the New Era Pinstripe Bowl against the Miami Hurricanes at Yankee Stadium on December 27, 2018 in the Bronx borough of New York City. (Photo by Sarah Stier/Getty Images) The AP and Coaches’ Polls aren’t the only rankings that are updated on a weekly basis. CBS Sports has its own top 25.Dennis Dodd produces his set of rankings every week, and they usually differentiate a bit from the two major polls. This week, he’s had to make some adjustments in his top 10 due to the results of a few games.Georgia’s win over Notre Dame boosted the Bulldogs two spots while dropping the Fighting Irish out of the top 10. Michigan is also out of the top 10, with Wisconsin taking their spot after thrashing the Wolverines.Texas moved up three spots after taking down Oklahoma State, while the top three of Clemson, Alabama and LSU remain unchanged.Here is Dodd’s top 10.ClemsonAlabamaLSUGeorgiaOhio StateOklahomaTexasFloridaWisconsinAuburnBeyond the top 10, Utah and Michigan plummeted while Washington and USC made their returns to the rankings. The Huskies and Trojans will actually meet this Saturday.Virginia and Notre Dame is also one of the highlights of the Week 5 schedule across the country.You can check out Dodd’s full top 25 and analysis right here.last_img read more

UDRI Recruitment 2019: See how to apply

first_img Next India Today Web Desk New DelhiAugust 12, 2019UPDATED: August 12, 2019 17:59 IST UDRI has invited applications for the Manager, Legal Expert and Other Posts.Uttarakhand Disaster Recovery Initiative (UDRI) has invited applications for the Manager, Legal Expert and Other Posts. Eligible and interested candidates can apply for the post through the online on or before August 20, 2019.UDRI Recruitment 2019: Details of the job 13 posts of Manager, Legal Expert and Various in Uttarakhand Disaster Recovery Initiative (UDRI) will be filled up on contract basis from interested candidates possessing required eligibility. Interested Candidates may send their applications as per given format with all required documents of qualification, experience, the age to the given address so that it reaches by August 12, 2019, now extended up to August 20, 2019.UDRI Recruitment 2019: Important DateLast date to send application: August 20, 2019Uttarakhand Disaster Recovery Initiative (UDRI) Manager, Legal Expert and Other Vacancy DetailsAddl. Program Director: 01 PostDeputy Program Manager: 01 PostManager Contract Management: 01 PostGeotechnical expert: 01 PostSlope Stabilization Expert: 01 PostEnvironment Resettlement Specialist: 01 PostSocial Community Development/Gender Specialist: 01 PostManagerHuman Resources: 01 PostManager IT MIS: 01 PostExpert IT MIS: 02 PostsContract Management Officer: 01 PostLegal Expert: 01 PostUDRI Recruitment 2019: How to ApplyEligible candidates can apply for the post through the Online on or before August 20, 2019.Applications will be sent to:Office of Amit Singh Negi (IAS), Program Director, Uttarakhand Disaster Recovery Project Additional Financing, 4th FLOOR, DPM TOWER, HARIDWAR BYPASS ROAD, AJABPUR KHURD, DEHRADUN UTTARAKHAND – 248001.Read: Sports Authority of India Recruitment 2019: 60 vancancies open, check eligibilityRead: DRDO Recruitment 2019: Online application process begins @ drdo.gov.inGet real-time alerts and all the news on your phone with the all-new India Today app. Download from Post your comment Do You Like This Story? Awesome! Now share the story Too bad. Tell us what you didn’t like in the comments Posted byKajari Goswami UDRI Recruitment 2019: See how to applyUDRI has invited applications for the Manager, Legal Expert and Other Posts.advertisementlast_img read more

Celebrity Artist Dr. Woo Talks Creativity and Tattoo Aftercare

first_imgDr. Woo’s (aka Brian Woo) elevated taste and recognizable style has set him apart from other tattoo artists. After getting his start in fashion, he was lucky enough to land an apprenticeship with legendary tattoo artist Mark Mahoney at the Shamrock Social Club in Hollywood, California. There, he worked hard to earn his Sunset Boulevard street cred. The collision of talent, hard work, and luck collide eventually put Dr. Woo’s tattoos in high demand.Now Woo works on his own. As if the Hollywood Roosevelt Hotel wasn’t cool enough already, it became the home to the Doctor’s supremely cool and creatively inspiring studio, Suite X, over a year ago. If you’re hoping to score an appointment, you’ll have to email the secretive space and be prepared to wait about six months.Woo is inspired by fashion, skate culture, photography, and the city of Tokyo, but stays creatively charged and balanced by spending time with his young family. While he’s mastered the art of collaboration with his clients on tattoo designs, in the future, Woo can see himself manipulating everyday objects to make them cool — even something as ordinary as kitchenware. For now, you can catch him modeling his latest clothing partnership with famed designer John Elliott for Union Los Angeles. He’s also put his own twist on a Converse collaboration coming in 2018.If you’re lucky enough to collaborate with Woo — like Miley Cyrus, Kid Cudi, and Drake — you’ll want to take care of your skin and your new work of art. The Doctor (not a real doctor, he reminds us) is all about keeping it simple.“When it comes to aftercare, you don’t want to over do it. You should give the tattoo about a day and a half to breathe. And then you want to apply a very thin layer of fragrance-free lotion like Lubriderm.” A little bit of this fragrance-free concoction goes a long way and will keep nourishing the skin for up to 24 hours.He goes on to warn about slathering on other salves loaded with chemicals that will irritate raw skin. “Unless your tattoo is actually infected, you should skip the heavy topical steroid creams. You should also avoid heavy ointments that don’t let the skin breathe because they seal in harmful bacteria. Stay out of the sun and salt water. You want the perfect balance of letting the skin heal without letting it get too dry because it can break and lift the ink.” 14 Scandinavian Clothing Brands You Need to Know Editors’ Recommendations Tattoo Ideas for Men (For When You Have No Idea) The Best Food Shows on Netflix to Binge Right Nowcenter_img The Nomadic Beer Maestros of Evil Twin Brewing Find a Permanent Home in Queens The Growing Legend of Fort George Brewery’s Yearly Release, 3-Way IPA If you’re a tattoo aficionado, a fan of the famous Shamrock Social Club, or an inked A-list celebrity, chances are you’ve heard of Dr. Woo — but you don’t have to be tatted to appreciate his single-needle, single-color, and finely shaded artwork. Have a quick look at his Instagram feed, and you’ll understand the hype:last_img read more

Bosmas accused killers in court

(Video added) Two men facing murder charges in the death of Tim Bosma of Ancaster made a video appearance in court Thursday.Dellen Millard’s lawyer says this is a routine appearance to track how the case is progressing. Millard is charged with first degree murder, forcible confinement and theft.Bosma’s remains were found burned beyond recognition at Millard’s farm.Another man, 25 year old Mark Smich is also charged with first degree murder in the case.Cindy Csordas is at the John Sopinka courthouse with more00:00:00 | 00:00:00::Projekktor V1.3.09 read more

Hudsons Bay gets boost from Saks sales digital shoppers in third quarter

Hudson’s Bay gets boost from Saks sales, digital shoppers in third quarter Hudson’s Bay CEO Richard Baker reacts in Toronto on June 17, 2014. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Chris Young AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to RedditRedditShare to 電子郵件Email by David Friend, The Canadian Press Posted Dec 9, 2014 5:24 am MDT TORONTO – High-scale retailer Saks Fifth Avenue helped Hudson’s Bay Co. (TSX:HBC) cut its losses in the third quarter, as the department store chain nearly doubled sales across its various banners.The Toronto-based company, which also owns Hudson’s Bay Co., Lord & Taylor and others, lost $13 million, or seven cents per share, in the three months ended Nov. 1.That’s better than a loss of $125 million, or $1.05 per share, a year earlier.Part of the improvement came from more people shopping on Hudson’s Bay websites, particularly in Canada, HBC’s chief executive Richard Baker told analysts on a conference call Tuesday.Digital sales grew 73 per cent, with $228 million coming from its department store brands. Of that, $166 million came from Saks’ websites.“We are pleased with the traction that our digital businesses are achieving,” he said, noting that e-commerce growth is particularly sharp in Canada, when compared to the United States.“We continue to focus on both — on all of our different businesses and we think we have a lot of opportunity ahead of us.”Overall, retail sales grew to $1.91 billion from $984 million in the comparable period. Same-store sales, which is a common industry barometer that also filters out the Saks acquisition, showed growth of 1.6 per cent.With better results on the books, Hudson’s Bay predicted it will meet its guidance for the year, which estimates sales will come in between $7.8 billion and $8.1 billion.Normalized earnings, which remove non-recurring items and charges, are expected to come in between $580 million and $620 million.Last fall, HBC paid $2.9 billion for Saks, a deal that included the New York luxury chain’s $500-million debt.Since then, HBC has tapped into Saks’ assets, taking out a 20-year mortgage for the ground floor of the Saks Fifth Avenue flagship store in New York, valued at US$1.25 billion, that it put toward reducing interest payments on debt.“This transaction is just one part of our comprehensive real estate strategy,” Baker said. “The company continues to make progress in its work to surface value.”Next spring, Baker plans to unwrap further details for shareholders on how the company could make money from its vast real estate holdings.HBC’s properties include the Lord & Taylor store on Fifth Avenue in New York, the Saks Beverly Hills location and 62 other owned and ground lease properties in the United States.In Canada, the company owns 13 stores that include Hudson’s Bay stores in several big cities.In the past, Baker suggested creating a real estate investment trust, though some analysts question whether he’ll choose that route now, considering the uncertainty of the real estate market in Canada.Meanwhile, Saks’ flagship store in New York City will begin a renovation project valued at US$250 million later next year.Hudson’s Bay operates in 328 department stores, including 90 under the Hudson’s Bay name, 50 Lord & Taylor and 69 Home Outfitters, as well as 39 Saks Fifth Avenue and 80 Off 5th locations.— Follow @dj_friend on Twitter. read more

EHF CL THURSDAY Motor and HSV won

handballHSV Handballmotor handballRK Gorenjeukraine handball In the two matches of the VELUX EHF Champions League on Thursday, home teams celebrate victories.Motor – C.O Zagreb 31:30 (18:15)Motor: Štochl, Košovi; Kubatko 1, Skopintsev 3, Ševeljev 4, Aflitulin 5, Gurkovksi, Kamanin, Kurilenko, Zhuk, Semikov, Ostrouško 2, Onufrienko 7, Tsap 1, Tsitou 1, Burka 7CO Zagreb: Stevanović, Ivić; Marić 5, Mihić 2, Stepančić 1, Matulić, Matić, Šprem 1, Šebetić 5, Horvat 5, Šušnja, Šandrk, J. Valčić 5, T. Valčić 1, Mandalinić 5, KalebHSV Handball – Gorenje 41:32 (21:12)HSV: Markovic 7, Djordjic, Duvnjak, Schroder 5GORENJE: Cehte and Medved 6 ← Previous Story RASMUS LAUGE SCHMIDT FOR HP: “I feel big pressure – That is why I play in Kiel” Next Story → LNH HISTORY: Mladen Bojinovic set new French 7-meter record read more

TRENDY SG Flensburg sign unknown Croatian left back Ivan Horvat

After THW Kiel, who signed Croatian goalie Svebor Crnojevic from RK Moslavina Kutina, the team from the bottom of Croatian Premier League, the biggest rivals of “Zebras”, SG Flensburg made a step in the same way with signing of his compatriot from the GRK Varaždin, Ivan Horvat.The 23-years old left back attended Ljubomir Vranjes’s summer Camp and showed obviously potential enough to deserve a contract with one of the best teams in the world of handball.Horvat wll try to get some minutes on the court in the situation of Rasmus Lauge’s absence due injury. handball transfersIvan Horvat handballIvan HorvtSG Flensburg ← Previous Story Sigurdsson calls 15 Germans for Rio! Next Story → MORE THAN A PLAYER: Laszlo Nagy in Veszprem until 2019 read more

Finance Committee tells Central Bank legal letters to crisis mortgages arent sustainable

first_img…rejects the Central Bank’s general acceptance of legal solutions as “sustainable” and requests the Minister to step in in line with his own comments that legal letters are not satisfactory solutions.The issuing of a legal letter to a borrower has been accepted by Dame Street as proof that the loan is being sustainably managed, and has allowed banks to shift large amounts of non-performing loans into the category.Honohan defenceAppearing at the Finance Committee in April, Central Bank governor Patrick Honohan said that he sympathises with borrowers that have received letters from banks threatening legal action, but said it showed banks were deploying solutions.At the time Honohan said: “Most of us agree that getting to grips with the problem is essential, even if the process of getting to grips with the problem is initially unpleasant.”The report states that the Committee is “clear in calling for renewed vigour and purpose in accelerating the resolution of the mortgage appears crisis”.RecommendationsAside from rejecting the Central Bank’s acceptance of legal solutions as “sustainable”, the Committee recommends several further measures, including:Every bank in the Mortgage Arrears Resolution Target (MART) process should offer the same solutions to lenders in difficultyThe Central Bank should analyse whether pressure to hit MART targets and avoid financial penalties is hindering the processSolutions for borrowers in arrears whose properties are in positive equity should be consideredAn urgent review of the Mortgage-to-Rent scheme is required, as it is not fit for purpose in its current incarnationIn “almost all cases” a borrower that has agreed to sell their home should not continue to be burdened with debtConsideration should be given to a debt-for-equity solution, with the Central Bank responsible for cooking up an analysis of this strategy and potentially implementing a pilot studyAn expanded role for the Financial Services OmbudsmanThe draft report also casts a critical eye over the effectiveness of the MART process at keeping people in their homes, stating: THE JOINT OIREACHTAS Committee on Finance has strongly criticised the approach to mortgage arrears employed by the Central Bank.In a draft copy of the Committee’s report into the mortgage arrears crisis, which will be published this afternoon, the Committee rejects the Central Bank’s acceptance of legal solutions as “sustainable”.In the draft report, a copy of which has been seen by TheJournal.ie, the committee states that it: The Committee notes with regret the increasing number of people losing their family homes since the MARTs began and believes that the banks have failed to grasp the full potential of the process to reach fair and sustainable solutions which keep families in their homes.Read: Honohan “not happy” about mortgage sales to vulture funds>Read: ‘The entire system is rubbish’: Just 40 houses bought through mortgage-to-rent scheme>last_img read more

Le koala pourrait disparaître victime de la chaleur due au réchauffement climatique

first_imgLe koala pourrait disparaître, victime de la chaleur due au réchauffement climatiqueSelon une nouvelle étude australienne, le koala australien pourrait disparaître prochainement, victime du réchauffement climatique. Les auteurs de l’étude appellent à réagir en urgence pour planter des arbres le protégeant de la canicule et des eucalyptus afin qu’il puisse se nourrir.Pendant trois ans, Mathew Crowther, de l’université de Sydney, a suivi 40 koalas par satellite. Il a ainsi étudié en détail leurs habitudes, leur habitat et leur alimentation. Un suivi minutieux mais nécessaire. Il faut dire que 25% des koalas australiens sont morts suite à la canicule de 2009, un chiffre alarmant pour les scientifiques “compte tenu de la fréquence grandissante des événements climatiques extrêmes”.D’ailleurs, cette année en Australie, le mois de septembre a battu des records de chaleur par rapport aux autres années avec des températures supérieures de 2,75°C à la moyenne. Il était donc important de mieux connaître les habitudes de ces animaux, emblèmes de l’Australie, afin de les protéger.Des arbres en guise de protectionGrâce à son étude, Mathew Crowther a pu constater qu’au cours de la journée, le koala australien se réfugie dans de grands arbres dont le feuillage le protège du soleil et des feux de brousse. “Notre recherche confirme que les koalas s’abritent pendant le jour dans différents types d’arbres, avant d’aller se nourrir dans les eucalyptus la nuit”, a expliqué le chercheur repris par l’AFP.”Ils se nourrissent principalement de feuilles d’eucalyptus, ils ont donc besoin de ces arbres, mais aussi d’arbres de la famille des belahs ou des brachychitons”, a t-il ajouté. Mais ce n’est pas tout. “Nous avons également montré que, plus il faisait chaud dans la journée, plus les koalas avaient tendance à rechercher des arbres dotés d’un feuillage dense pour échapper aux températures élevées”, ajoute-il.Or, avec le changement climatique et d’autres menaces, les arbres ont également tendance à se raréfier, offrant encore moins de protection à des koalas déjà fragilisés. C’est pourquoi les scientifiques et protecteurs de la nature appellent à réagir. Une espèce pas assez protégéeÀ lire aussiDengue : symptômes, traitement, prévention, où en est-on ?En juin 2012, le koala a été reconnu comme espèce à protéger par le gouvernement australien mais seulement dans certaines régions du pays. De plus, l’Union internationale pour la conservation de la nature (UICN) continue de le considérer comme une préoccupation mineure malgré les menaces qui pèse sur l’espèce. Selon les dernières estimations, moins de 100.000 individus vivraient encore à l’état sauvage, contre 10 millions avant l’arrivée des colons britanniques en 1788.  A l’heure actuelle, le koala est, non seulement menacé par le réchauffement climatique, mais également par le développement des villes, la circulation automobile, les chiens domestiques et les maladies.Le 4 octobre 2013 à 09:50 • Maxime Lambertlast_img read more

BlueCrest keeps pilot light on for shifting gas project

first_imgBlueCrest Energy plans to drill for oil in Cook Inlet’s Cosmopolitan oil fields from the shore just north of Anchor Point. But, there is also a chance the company will place a rig in the water to drill for natural gas. Market speculation and debate over the state’s tax credits is making BlueCrest hesitate.Download AudioBlueCrest is accepting the risks of drilling for oil but they won’t move on gas until they have more information. Larry Burgess, the Health and Safety Environmental Manager for BlueCrest says the company is taking a wait and see approach.“Some of it depends on the tax credit structure. Some of it depends on the market itself and some of it depends on the price of gas. Right now it is not something we’re working on, but it is part of this program that we want to develop,” said Burgess.BlueCrest can’t influence the market but the company would like the state to leave its oil and gas tax incentives as they are. Burgess says the state already struck a deal with BlueCrest on tax credits for oil production but the credits for gas could still change.“They don’t have to remain strictly as they’re written but they need to supply the same benefits to us in a tax structure. If that’s what turns out then that is good for us,” said Burgess.BlueCrest has to decide by spring of 2016whether they will develop the gas reserves or they will lose the Spartan 151, the only drill rig in Alaska available to do the work. The Spartan 151 is owned by Spartan Offshore Drilling.“And they are waiting on BlueCrest to make a decision. We have not yet made that decision. If we don’t use it the Spartan 151 could leave Cook Inlet and that would leave no options to drill offshore,” said Burgess.Burgess says Spartan is spending about $20,000 per day to hold the rig in Resurrection Bay near Seward. He claims if BlueCrest leases the 151 they can eventually produce between 60 and 70 million cubic feet of gas per day for up to 30 years.last_img read more

Highresolution Brain Scans Could Improve Concussion Detection

first_img Image courtesy of UTHealth McGovern Medical School January 3, 2017 — Simon Fraser University researchers have found that high-resolution brain scans, coupled with computational analysis, could play a critical role in helping to detect concussions that conventional scans might miss.In a study published in PLOS Computational Biology, Vasily Vakorin and Sam Doesburg show how magnetoencephalography (MEG), which maps interactions between regions of the brain, could detect greater levels of neural changes than typical clinical imaging tools such as magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) or computed tomography (CT) scans.Qualified clinicians typically use those tools, along with other self-reporting measures such as headache or fatigue, to diagnose concussion. They also note that related conditions such as mild traumatic brain injury, often associated with football player collisions, do not appear on conventional scans.”Changes in communication between brain areas, as detected by MEG, allowed us to detect concussion from individual scans, in situations where MRI or CT failed,” said Vakorin. The researchers are scientists with the Behavioral and Cognitive Neuroscience Institute based at SFU, and SFU’s ImageTech Lab, a new facility at Surrey Memorial Hospital. Its research-dedicated MEG and MRI scanners make the lab unique in western Canada.The researchers took MEG scans of 41 men between 20-44 years of age. Half had been diagnosed with concussions within the past three months.They found that concussions were associated with alterations in the interactions between different brain areas — in other words, there were observable changes in how areas of the brain communicate with one another.The researchers say MEG offers an unprecedented combination of “excellent temporal and spatial resolution” for reading brain activity to better diagnose concussion where other methods fail.Relationships between symptom severity and MEG-based classification also show that these methods may provide important measurements of changes in the brain during concussion recovery.The researchers hope to refine their understanding of specific neural changes associated with concussions to further improve detection, treatment and recovery processes.The research was funded by Defence Research and Development Canada (DRDC).For more information: www.journals.plos.org/ploscompbiol FacebookTwitterLinkedInPrint分享 News | Neuro Imaging | January 03, 2017 High-resolution Brain Scans Could Improve Concussion Detection Magnetoencephalography used in Canadian study sees alterations in brain area connectivity not found in conventional imaging Feature | Molecular Imaging | July 01, 2019 | By Sharvari Rale Transformations in Molecular Imaging Herald Entry to Novel Applications Diagnostic procedures have always been a cornerstone of early prognosis and patient triaging. read more Image courtesy of Philips Healthcare Images of regions of interest (colored lines) in the white matter skeleton representation. 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Interjet to launch service between Canada and Mexico this summer

first_imgTags: Interjet, Mexico, New Routes Travelweek Group Share Posted by Interjet to launch service between Canada and Mexico this summercenter_img MEXICO CITY — Canada’s air space will welcome a new player this summer when Interjet introduces service between Montreal and Mexico City.Based in Mexico City, Interjet will launch nonstop flights between Montreal’s Pierre Elliott Trudeau International Airport and Mexico City’s Aeropuerto Internacional Benito Juárez, as well as between Montreal and Cancun International Airport. Service will begin July 13.“Our unique brand of lower fares with free checked bags using our Priority fare, more legroom between seats and great service has been embraced everywhere we fly,” said Joszee Luis Garza, Interjet’s CEO. “And Interjet is now in Canada to offer more choices and competition between the Canadian market and Mexico.”Montreal services will be operated using Airbus A320 aircraft with 150 seats. The initial schedule will include three frequencies per week – Tuesday, Thursday and Sunday for both Mexico City and Cancun – at convenient departure times.For more information go to interjet.com or call 1-844-874-4053 in Canada. Monday, May 15, 2017 << Previous PostNext Post >>last_img read more

How small is too small Canada to welcome its first pod hotel

first_img Posted by If guests wish to forego private time, they’ll be able to socialize with other guests in The Living Room, Pangea’s hub featuring a café, lounge and bar, or head up to The Patio on the roof.And if guests need a bit more space to store their things (because, let’s face it, these pods are a tight squeeze), The Toy Box is an open-plan gear area where they can store sporting equipment and accessories securely.Tell us, now that you’ve gotten a sneak peak, would you book your clients in a pod hotel? TORONTO — If you’re not a fan of tight spaces, this new Canadian hotel may be your worst nightmare come true.Whistler will soon welcome Canada’s first pod accommodation concept, which has been described as a ‘visionary property’ with a boutique hotel feel. Designed specifically for the solo traveller, Pangea Pod Hotel – coming in 2018 – is anticipated to fill Whistler’s void between hostels and hotels.“Pangea is unlike anything else offered in Canada. Pangea will speak to sophisticated, value-conscious guests unwilling to compromise on location, function, and aesthetics,” says co-founder Russell Kling. “We’re currently obsessively perfecting the industrial design of the pods and the interior design of the communal spaces. We’re also completing an exhaustive update to the exterior to bring this prime property into the 21st century.” How small is too small? Canada to welcome its first pod hotel Pangea will feature a series of custom suites housing a total of 88 private sleeping pods. Each boutique pod will be lined in wood and outfitted with a memory foam double mattress and high-end linens. They’ll also be equipped with LED lights, multiple charging points (including USB ports) and fan for ventilation and white noise. There’s a place for everything, with a lockable cabinet for valuables, hangers and hooks for clothes, and a storage area for luggage. Mirrors and artwork lend a personal touch, while curtains provide a fundamental level of privacy.More news:  Rome enforces ban on sitting on Spanish StepsBut…where’s the bathroom?Not to worry, Pangea’s modular bathroom concept is being hailed for its groundbreaking design. Unconventional thinking led to conventional bathrooms being separated into four individually accessed components: spa-like showers, washrooms, vanities, and changing rooms. More than 60 of these bathroom components are spread among Pangea’s suites. Wednesday, June 14, 2017 Travelweek Group Share << Previous PostNext Post >>last_img read more

Historic bathhouse offers respite from Gazas hardships

first_imgIn this Saturday, May 2, 2015, photo, Palestinians rest at the reception of Hamam al-Sumara a historic bathhouse in Gaza City. After dawn prayers in Gaza, a few dozen men descend a metal staircase to gather in the steamy confines of Hamam al-Sumara, a centuries-old bathhouse where residents of the isolated territory find respite and relief. (AP Photo/Khalil Hamra) Sponsored Stories “I come to this bath for treatment of diseases such as muscle spasms or cramps, getting rid of inflammation,” said Shafiq Al-Aqqad. He also comes here to celebrate happy occasions, like weddings.Historic bathhouses like this one can be found across the Middle East, where they preserve a tradition of public bathing that goes back to ancient times. Hamam al-Sumara, Arabic for the Samaritans’ Bath, dates back 1,000 years but has been renovated, most recently in the 1990s by the Palestinian Authority.Gaza City used to boast a half dozen bathhouses, but most were dismantled to make room for the city’s rapid expansion in the last century, including after the 1948 war, when some 200,000 Palestinians came to Gaza after fleeing or being expelled from their homes in what is now Israel. Gaza had previously been home to just 60,000 people.In more recent times, the surviving bathhouse has actually benefited from the conflict. A blockade imposed by Israel and Egypt after the Islamic militant group Hamas seized power in Gaza in 2007 has made it virtually impossible for most residents to leave the narrow coastal strip. Civil servants working for the Western-backed Palestinian Authority meanwhile still receive their salaries despite being ordered not to work with Hamas authorities. The result, bathhouse owners say, is that clients have more time on their hands and fewer ways to spend it. Top Stories Former Arizona Rep. Don Shooter shows health improvement The vital role family plays in society Visitors pay around $5 to enter the bathhouse, with separate times reserved for men and women. Wearing slippers and towels wrapped around their waists, the men begin with a bracing visit to the steam room, before dousing themselves with cold water. Attendants offer full body scrubs with exfoliating gloves, as well as massages and more specific treatments.“We deal with several cases of pain in the backbone or legs,” said Mohammed Masoud, a physical therapist, as he pressed on the shoulders of a client.The bathers can then soak in a warm pool beneath the dome before retiring to a lounge area for tea or coffee.Copyright © The Associated Press. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed. Comments   Share   center_img Patients with chronic pain give advice New Year’s resolution: don’t spend another year in a kitchen you don’t like Milstead says best way to stop wrong-way incidents is driving sober GAZA CITY, Gaza Strip (AP) — After dawn prayers in Gaza, a few dozen men descend a metal staircase to gather in the steamy confines of Hamam al-Sumara, a centuries-old bathhouse where residents of the isolated territory find respite and relief.Stained glass windows in the central dome allow rays of light to pierce the clouds of steam. On the heated marble platforms below, men recline between visits to the steam room or massages. New Valley school lets students pick career-path academies Ex-FBI agent details raid on Phoenix body donation facilitylast_img read more

Fitch Warns of Unsustainable Price Growth

first_imgFitch Warns of Unsustainable Price Growth in Data, Government, Origination, Secondary Market, Servicing Despite the steady increase in home prices in 2012, “”Fitch Ratings””:http://www.fitchratings.com/web/en/dynamic/fitch-home.jsp says it “”remains cautious”” in its outlook on home values. [IMAGE]According to a report from the ratings agency, home prices have risen “”at their greatest pace since 2005,”” but in certain markets, technical factors rather than “”fundamentals”” acted as the driving force behind the price gains over the past few quarters. Fitch explained technical factors such as low mortgage rates, the tight supply of existing homes for sale, and weak levels of new home construction are leading to affordability and driving demand while “”offsetting weak fundamentals.”” Weak fundamentals include issues such as unemployment and unimpressive wage growth. In addition, Fitch stated it believes price movement is “”highly dependent on the pace of distressed sales and liquidations.””For example, states such as Michigan, Arizona, and Georgia have been able to dispose of their distressed inventory quickly and have also seen “”both steeper drops and quicker stabilization,”” according to Fitch. On the other hand, states with long foreclosure timelines–New York, New Jersey, and Connecticut–may see price declines. According to the report, Arizona currently liquidates nearly twice as many mortgages per month compared to New York and New Jersey combined.[COLUMN_BREAK]In order to determine sustainability, Fitch conducted an analysis using its Sustainable Home Price (SHP) model. The ratings agency found 22 metros out of 41 are currently “”undervalued”” or “”sustainable,”” while five were categorized as “”overvalued”” by 5 to 10 percent. In 2010, 23 metro areas were overvalued by 10 to 25 percent.The report highlighted hardest hit metros such as Phoenix, Atlanta, and Riverside, noting they are now beginning to recover and are currently considered “”undervalued.””New York and New Jersey, though, were categorized as overvalued by 10 percent to 15 percent, hindered by their large inventory of distressed properties and long foreclosure timelines, according to Fitch. And, high unemployment could hurt Los Angeles and Union, New Jersey and lead to a roughly 10 percent decline. On a national level, Fitch admitted it holds a more somber view of prices and says price growth “”is likely to be muted or even modestly negative in the near-term as liquidation volumes increase and expand supply, particularly in the lengthy judicial states where inventory has been off the market.”” Fitch warned “”short-term price movements can be misleading when the impact of distressed properties has been withheld from the market.””If liquidations continue at their current pace, Fitch estimated it would take 34 months to clear out the inventory of serious delinquencies, down from 44 months a year ago. “”While positive, the improvement masks those markets with disproportionately large inventories that have yet to be cleared and where double-digit price declines are projected,”” the report noted. In New York and New Jersey, it would take 10 years to clear out serious delinquencies, or loans 90 days or more past due, according to Fitch. Sharecenter_img January 4, 2013 410 Views Agents & Brokers Attorneys & Title Companies Fitch Ratings For-Sale Homes Home Prices Investors Lenders & Servicers Mortgage Rates Processing Service Providers Sustainability Unemployment 2013-01-04 Esther Cholast_img read more

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