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The flood plains provide generous open space for recreational activities, and in the case of a heavy down pour, the park functions like a real river plain, allowing the river water to spread and slowing the waters down through friction thus reducing the hydraulic overload of the river in more dense urban areas downstream.
NAVSOP can function in places where GPS is unable to reach, such as dense urban areas and deep inside buildings, and can work in remote parts of the world, such as the Arctic, by picking up signals that include Low-Earth-Orbit satellites and other civilian signals.
Green Building Council to apply the LEED for Neighborhood Development to a dense urban area," said Philip Pitruzzello, vice president at Columbia for the Manhartanville development, who is responsible for development, design and construction at the site.
It is evident from the data that income levels are higher in larger and more dense urban areas, and together with better availability of goods and services, those areas have higher emissions," Heinonen explained.
DiStefano told state police he was having problems controlling the balloon's direction and wanted to put it down before he reached a dense urban area such as Worcester.
The trucks will allow UPS drivers to more easily schedule delivery routes in neighbourhoods and dense urban areas where congestion and parking restrictions present potential problems for larger UPS vans.
Moreover, the lack of alternatives facing the hospital and the complications of constructing a new facility in a dense urban area made the case before the Commission challenging.
It's simply the cost of living in a dense urban area where everyone has more than one phone line.