Holocene glacier fluctuations
in Garibaldi Provincial Park, southern Coast Mountains, British Columbia: GAC-MAC Joint Annual Meeting, St.
For instance, if business, client or economic conditions had changed from the prior year, an auditor relying on stable unaudited balances or ratios (indicating "no change") might inappropriately conclude there were no unexpected fluctuations
and thus miss identifying a material error.
Such large-scale variations represent little more than scaled-up quantum noise, the initial quantum mechanical fluctuations
that inflation enlarged.
Looking for temperature fluctuations
on an angular scale of 1.
It is superposed on a broad pedestal, which results mainly from a continuous distribution of side-bands due to imperfectly shielded low-frequency field fluctuations
High pressure build-up capacity, low stock temperatures and minor pressure fluctuations
are the key benefits of this gear pump.
The current causes magnetic field fluctuations
near the ground, which in turn create unwanted currents in all conductive elements, such as metal pipelines and phone cables.
This measurement of the tendency for light waves to vibrate in a particular direction is a major technical feat--the polarization signal is one-hundredth the strength of the tiny temperature fluctuations
Second, I explicitly analyze seasonal fluctuations
and use them to gain increased understanding of aggregate fluctuations
3 Seasonal fluctuations
account for more than 85 percent of the fluctuations
in the rate of growth of real GNP, and seasonal fluctuations
are present in every major type of economic activity, including consumption, investment, government purchases, industrial production, retail sales, unemployment, and the money stock.
period-to-period revenue fluctuations
in risk and insurance services relating to the net effect of new and lost business production and the timing of policy inception dates;
They say that this newly detected primordial fanfare proclaims as never before that all the structures in the universe--from stars to galaxies to huge galaxy clusters--had their origins in random, unimaginably tiny fluctuations
in density during the earliest moments of the universe.