Clear Channel Outdoor promotes Crisis record and event

first_imgConsequences Live, inspired by the parlour game ‘consequences’, features over a dozen artists, including Paul Weller, Supergrass, Graham Coxon, Carl Barat, Beth Ditto and The Enemy. Each musician contributed to a track without hearing what had gone before or knowing what might come next. Crisis’ own homeless members also contributed to the track which is due to be released after the event in March 2008. These musicians, along with many more, will be performing at an all-day benefit event celebrating the best of indie rock on 2 March. Clear Channel Outdoor promotes Crisis record and event Rob Atkinson, Group Sales Director of Clear Channel Outdoor, said: “We are proud to sponsor this event and have worked with [integrated marketing agency] Unity and Crisis to pin-point key outdoor advertising sites across London to drive ticket sales, raise awareness of the gig and the wider consequences of homelessness.”www.crisisconsequences.com Outdoor advertising company Clear Channel Outdoor UK is helping homelessness charity Crisis to raise awareness of its experimental collaborative record and a fundraising concert on 2 March at the Roundhouse, Camden. AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to EmailEmailShare to WhatsAppWhatsAppShare to MessengerMessengerShare to MoreAddThis Howard Lake | 29 February 2008 | News Tagged with: corporate Events Clear Channel Outdoor, through its Corporate Responsibility programme, has donated six-sheet sites across the Capital to promote the gig and support Crisis. Advertisement  42 total views,  2 views today AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to EmailEmailShare to WhatsAppWhatsAppShare to MessengerMessengerShare to MoreAddThis About Howard Lake Howard Lake is a digital fundraising entrepreneur. Publisher of UK Fundraising, the world’s first web resource for professional fundraisers, since 1994. Trainer and consultant in digital fundraising. Founder of Fundraising Camp and co-founder of GoodJobs.org.uk. Researching massive growth in giving.last_img read more

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Google changes to Ad Grants terms lift $2 bid cap & block most single-word keywords

first_imgGoogle changes to Ad Grants terms lift $2 bid cap & block most single-word keywords Melanie May | 14 December 2017 | News Google has announced changes to its Ad Grants terms including lifting the programme’s $2 bid cap, a ban on most single-word keywords and a requirement for all accounts to maintain a 5% click-through rate each month.The policy changes, designed to improve the quality of Google Ad Grants, were announced yesterday with Google focusing on the news that it is lifting the programme’s $2.00 bid cap when using Maximize conversions bidding.However, other changes may require some work in order to comply: its previous CTR requirement was 1% for example, and under the new 5% policy, if this requirement is not met for two consecutive months, accounts will be cancelled although Google says holders will be able to request to be reinstated once keywords have been adjusted to bring an account into compliance.Keyword policies have also been updated. The rules now state that single-word keywords are no longer permitted except for branded words, recognised medical conditions, and a small number of specific exceptions, such as donate, donation and charities. Very generic keywords including names of places, and historical people and events are also banned, as are keywords with a Quality Score of two or less.In addition, all accounts must also now include:specific geo-targeting to show ads in locations relevant to the nonprofitAt least two active ad groups per campaign each containing a set of closely related keywords and two active text adsAt least two sitelink ad extensionsAll policy updates are effective as of 1 January 2018, and the Google announcement with links to the amended sections can be read here.Commenting on the changes, Matt Collins from Platypus Digital said:“This change from Google looks like a free pass for charities to massively expand the reach of their ads. But the pre-conditions for increasing bids beyond $2 through maximised conversions will take work for some charities, as the conversions have to be well tracked in the first place.“Plus, the mission based campaign rules will actually force charities to make their Ad Grants account better – no more low quality keywords and no more targeting traffic from competitors. We think the new rules will ultimately lead to better PPC work at charities.” Advertisement AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to EmailEmailShare to WhatsAppWhatsAppShare to MessengerMessengerShare to MoreAddThis79  280 total views,  4 views today AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to EmailEmailShare to WhatsAppWhatsAppShare to MessengerMessengerShare to MoreAddThis79center_img  279 total views,  3 views today Tagged with: Advertising Google About Melanie May Melanie May is a journalist and copywriter specialising in writing both for and about the charity and marketing services sectors since 2001. She can be reached via www.thepurplepim.com.last_img read more

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Bridge closures led to shops being ‘crucified’

first_imgPrint Advertisement WhatsApp Saturday was worst trading day in 15-20 years THE closure of the city’s two main bridges, to facilitate last weekend’s Duathlon, has led to sharp criticism, with city council accused of “driving a further wedge between traders and City Hall”. At a meeting of the council’s Transportation Committee, businessman Tony Brazil, was highly critical of the closure of the bridges.Sign up for the weekly Limerick Post newsletter Sign Up Mr Brazil said that while he welcomed Limerick’s City of Sport designation, he was not happy that local radio stations advised listeners to avoid the city centre last Saturday.“The event is supposed to have brought in around €1million but I can tell you that for a huge number of shops, last Saturday it was their worst trading day in the last 15 to 20 years.“One leading store was down about 800 shoppers than usual – you’d have to go back 20 years to find a day as bad”.Mr Brazil said that events like the Duathlon were usually held on Bank Holidays.“Instead, this one was held over two days when the entire programme could have been fitted into one day. There is already a very bad relationship between the traders and City Hall, even though about 50% of the city rates are paid by the business sector”.Mr Brazil, who represents the business sector on the Transport and Infrastructure Strategic Policy Committee, said:“I come in here and don’t get paid – I come here to be helpful, but I regret very much that a matter like this should have been allowed to happen – it is driving a further wedge between City Hall and the traders and there is no city I know of that puts on events such as the Duathlon on a working day when it could have been held on a Bank Holiday – let’s not have a repetition of this – can a better job be done in future”.Cllr Kieran O’Hanlon said it was “frightening” to see so few in the city at 11am on last Saturday.“There was also huge frustration regarding traffic management. To close two bridges was a bit much.“We have to ensure that the shops are helped and maintained”.Speaking to the Limerick Post, the Patrick Street retailer, Tony Connolly, said that last Saturday was “the worst we’ve had in decades.“Even in the severe weather early in the year when we had icy roads and snow to contend with, the shops did better trade but we were crucified last week and it didn’t help that people were being told to avoid coming into town.”“I can’t understand that the event was not held at UL, which is acknowledged as having excellent facilities”.Responding to Mr Brazil’s comments in City Hall, director of services, Ollie O’Loughlin, said:“I note your concerns and I will be liaising with the director of services, Pat Dowling. I understand the issue was discussed but not the level of detail.“We will learn lessons from this”. Twitter Emailcenter_img Facebook NewsLocal NewsBridge closures led to shops being ‘crucified’By admin – April 21, 2011 589 Previous articleAnglo Irish Bank signage removedNext articleNews bites from business world admin Linkedinlast_img read more

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Children helping children

first_imgNewsChildren helping childrenBy Staff Reporter – September 20, 2013 639 Previous articleVolunteers needed for ‘Aware’ FundraiserNext articleFianna Fáil selects Limerick council candidates Staff Reporterhttp://www.limerickpost.ie Advertisement Twitter WhatsApp Facebookcenter_img Email Linkedin ‘Children Helping Children’ will hold their National Day of Prayer and Share on October 11th to raise money for children in developing countries.Sign up for the weekly Limerick Post newsletter Sign Up Children Helping Children is an initiative set up by World Missions Ireland that sees Irish children raising money for projects to assist children in third world countries.1500 schools throughout the country will take part in the fundraiser and last year 49 projects in Africa and Asia benefitted from the fundraising efforts.The initiative helped to build an orphanage in Sri Lanka for children left bereft and destitute after the Sri Lankan tsunami.“I have received so much support and help from schools right around Limerick and county and for this I am so grateful. We couldn’t do it without them”, said Jackie Pallas, National Secretary of the Society of Missionary Children. Printlast_img read more

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Qapital Launches Dream Team Beta, the First Ever Money Planning Tool for Couples, Built…

first_img WhatsApp Twitter WhatsApp Pinterest NEW YORK–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Jan 28, 2021– Qapital, the only challenger bank built on behavioral science, just launched Qapital Ⓡ Dream Team™ Beta – the first ever holistic money planning tool for couples, built by a couple. With the release of Qapital Dream Team, Qapital becomes the first and only app to enable couples to take charge of their savings, spending and investing goals together in a single place. It provides couples with the tools to talk about, manage and make decisions about their shared finances – all without giving up their individual accounts. This press release features multimedia. View the full release here: https://www.businesswire.com/news/home/20210128005677/en/ Qapital Dream Team is the first money planning tool for couples, built by a couple. (Photo: Business Wire) Unlike any other fintech app available today, Qapital Dream Team: – is built on behavioral science and theories by renowned behavioral economist Dan Ariely, author of Predictably Irrational and James B. Duke Professor of Psychology and Behavioral Economics at Duke University – drives action by helping couples make financial decisions together rather than just providing an aggregate view of data like most providers – brings together couples’ financial lives by enabling them to effortlessly share spending, saving and investing goals, transfer money to each other and easily communicate about their finances in their text/chat platform of their choice “Money anxiety is one of the leading stressors on relationships,” comments Dan Ariely, Chief Behavioral Economist at Qapital. “Qapital Dream Team is designed to help couples take better control of their finances at a time when a lot of people feel they’ve lost that control. Whether it’s saving for a first home, or trying to pay down debt, or even investing together for retirement – Dream Team empowers partners with the ability to talk about, manage and make decisions about their money in a way that is so important for healthy relationships.” Qapital Dream Team was developed for couples, by a couple – Qapital co-founders and husband and wife duo George Friedman and Katherine Salisbury. “Dream Team is something George and I always wanted to build and the pandemic only reinforced how needed it was,” says Qapital co-founder and COO Katherine Salisbury. “I was pregnant with our fourth child. We were navigating COVID-19 as a family plus running Qapital together, working around the clock while also raising our other three children. We had no time to deal with our money and we knew that other couples must feel this pain too.” Qapital co-founder and CEO George Friedman adds, “Qapital Dream Team is everything we know couples need because we road-tested it ourselves. While other apps out there show couples a view of both their finances, nothing helped decision or action that data across spending, saving and investing. We know how stressful money can be in any relationship – Dream Team is working to solve that.” To check out Qapital Dream Team Beta, download the Qapital app today. About Qapital Qapital is a new kind of banking experience that empowers people to maximize their happiness by saving, spending, and investing with their goals in mind. By blending behavioral science with technology, Qapital provides people with the tools they need to make managing money easy and fun. Loved by its users, Qapital has 78K+ 5-star ratings and has been named “Most Innovative App” by both Google and Apple. View source version on businesswire.com:https://www.businesswire.com/news/home/20210128005677/en/ CONTACT: Binna Kim [email protected] KEYWORD: UNITED STATES NORTH AMERICA NEW YORK INDUSTRY KEYWORD: FINANCE PARENTING BANKING FAMILY PROFESSIONAL SERVICES TECHNOLOGY CONSUMER MOBILE/WIRELESS SOURCE: Qapital Copyright Business Wire 2021. PUB: 01/28/2021 09:08 AM/DISC: 01/28/2021 09:08 AM http://www.businesswire.com/news/home/20210128005677/en Pinterest TAGS  Local NewsBusinesscenter_img Facebook By Digital AIM Web Support – January 28, 2021 Twitter Qapital Launches Dream Team Beta, the First Ever Money Planning Tool for Couples, Built by a Couple Facebook Previous articleFrenkie de Jong making big strides in Barcelona’s midfieldNext articleUnited States and Western European Next-Gen Patient Safety Solutions Market Report 2020 – ResearchAndMarkets.com Digital AIM Web Supportlast_img read more

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Making up for lost time

first_imgWhen the Odessa High School Showgirls took home hardware from the recent American Dance/Drill Team Nationals in Arlington, they were making up for lost time due to COVID-19.Kristina Rios is head director for the Odessa High School Showgirls and a dance teacher at OHS, and the assistant director is Ashleigh Christian. Hannah Gray, an 18-year-old senior, Thamara Ramirez, a 16-year-old junior, and Sophie Ramirez, 17-year-old senior team captain all said the team has come a long way. 2021 SCHOOL HONORS: Nimitz Middle School Twitter She added that she had a lot of new girls this year, as well. Pinterest 2021 SCHOOL HONORS: Crockett Middle School Odessa High School’s freshman Erica Morales rehearse a dance routine with fellow Showgirls April 12 in the OHS Showgirls’ dances studio. (Jacob Ford | Odessa American) “We did extremely well, especially from how we started. We started off rough like I’m pretty sure most teams did. There was a lack of team bonding and knowing how to dance with each other and just simply knowing each other …,” Rios said.“… I was extremely nervous for competition this year, but around January is when we started coming around and the girls pulled it together, and I’m very very happy with how we ended the year,” she added. Odessa High School’s freshman Erica Morales rehearse a dance routine with fellow Showgirls April 12 in the OHS Showgirls’ dances studio. “The cool thing about Showgirls is, I would like to say we’re, we’re, rough around the edges but in a good way. We’re a little bit more raw. We take a lot of risk with our music, with how we dance with also staying clean and classy,” Rios said.Christian has been with Showgirls for five years. She said she has loved every group of girls that has come through. This one is special because there were so many new girls and she has watched what they were like from the beginning of the year until now. Facebook Rios said she’s praying that next year will be a lot more normal. WhatsApp Sophie Ramirez said the team did exceptionally well in the contest. She noted that the team rebooted some dances from last year. Gray said she felt the same way. “I feel like since the beginning of the year didn’t start the way we wanted it to, we pulled through at the end … Getting second place was like winning in our eyes,” Gray said. This is Rios’ sixth year as head director and she has 23 girls on the team. All of them competed. The American Dance/Drill Team contest is one of the largest in the Dallas area. The teams that take part can come from all over the country and world, but the majority this time were from Texas. Home Education ECISD Making up for lost time EducationECISDLocal News Rios said the program has grown from when she first started. “This program, it keeps getting better and better not just not because of me, but just because simply the girls come here with the desire to dance and to perform and entertain for the community and for their school,” Rios said. “We don’t have an offseason …,” Rios said. Facebook Making up for lost time Showgirls earn contest hardware Odessa High School’s senior Hannah Gray rehearses a dance routine with fellow Showgirls April 12 in the OHS Showgirls’ dances studio. Previous articleCouncil approves agreement for mass shooting memorialNext articleCOP BRIEFS: April 20 OA Life RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Odessa High School showgirls Jesika Rubio, left, Aubree Guinn, right, and Sarah Gonzalez rehearse a dance routine with fellow Showgirls April 12 in the OHS Showgirls’ dances studio. Twitter WhatsApp Pinterest By OA Life – April 20, 2021 “… I’ve just been blown away by their determination to get it, and I feel like in competition they really showed all the work that they’ve been putting in … so it’s been really, really awesome for us,” Christian said. Among a myriad of events, the Showgirls dance at University of Texas Permian Basin basketball games, their own basketball games and hold little Showgirl clinics. 1 of 5 “… My returners were the ones who pretty much helped kick everything into gear and fill them in on how stuff was supposed to be,” Rios said. Showgirls is year-round. Odessa High School’s senior Thamara Ramirez rehearses a dance routine with fellow Showgirls April 12 in the OHS Showgirls’ dances studio. “From January through the end of March is our competitive season. We try not to perform as much because we do hold practice from Monday to Saturday, so it’s a lot of wear and tear on the girls. And then after March, we kind of start all over again with tryouts so for example we have officer tryouts today. We have team tryouts at the end of this month and then once we get the new team we start practice all over again until the end of May. Then we go to officer camp, and then we’re done for a couple of weeks in the summer and then we start all over again at the end of June,” Rios said. “… We were stronger than what we were last year and we got to experience what it was like to go through different troubles. But in the end, we were still able to conquer something that was challenging for us …,” Sophie Ramirez said. She noted that Showgirls is a dance team. “I think we did extremely well considering what we’ve been through this whole year. Obviously it wasn’t a normal year, but at the end we pulled through. Although it wasn’t as easy in the beginning, we did our best and we came out in second place which is not bad at all. Even though we didn’t get first, in our minds we did because of everything you went through to get there,” Thamara Ramirez said. In the Small Team division, OHS was awarded National Champions in Hip hop and National Champions in the Open category; took second in Contemporary; third place in Jazz; fourth place in Pom; 2nd place overall in Small Team and fourth place Overall in the whole competition, the district newsletter said. Odessa High School’s seniors Lexi Vaughn and Hannah Gray rehearse a dance routine April 12 in the OHS Showgirls’ dances studio. 2021 SCHOOL HONORS: Ector College Prep Success Academy “… These kids deserve a normal year this year,” Rios said. “We got a lot taken away from us — pep rallies, football games, a lot of performances that, that if they would have happened at the beginning of the year it would have helped us be a little stronger for this year. … We came out on top at the end. …” Hawaiian Roll Ham SlidersSmoked Bacon Wrapped French Vidalia OnionFruit Salad to Die ForPowered By 10 Sec Mama’s Deviled Eggs NextStay last_img read more

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Donegal Deputy again calls on government to publish small schools report

first_img Previous articleHighland Honda Challenge with John BreslinNext articleAppeal for information following Glen house robbery News Highland Google+ Calls for maternity restrictions to be lifted at LUH Pinterest Almost 10,000 appointments cancelled in Saolta Hospital Group this week Guidelines for reopening of hospitality sector published Donegal Deputy again calls on government to publish small schools report WhatsApp NPHET ‘positive’ on easing restrictions – Donnelly Facebook Facebook Three factors driving Donegal housing market – Robinson center_img Twitter By News Highland – July 8, 2014 A Donegal Deputy has questioned why the government continues to sit on a report examining the future of small schools while seemingly enforcing recommendations contained within it.Fianna Fail Education Spokesperson Deputy Charlie McConologue says it is unacceptable the report, which was concluded for over a year and a half ago has not yet been released for debate.He says the government should be upfront and honest and publish the report – Minister Sean Sherlock responded on behalf of the government, he said it was not something that should be rushed:Audio Playerhttp://www.highlandradio.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/07/skools1.mp300:0000:0000:00Use Up/Down Arrow keys to increase or decrease volume. LUH system challenged by however, work to reduce risk to patients ongoing – Dr Hamilton Google+ WhatsApp RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Twitter News Pinterestlast_img read more

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Teen battling cancer shows love for animals

first_img Teen battling cancer shows love for animals Penny Hoarder Issues “Urgent” Alert: 6 Companies Are… Remember America’s heroes on Memorial Day Troy falls to No. 13 Clemson Book Nook to reopen Published 10:03 pm Tuesday, March 16, 2021 Latest Stories “There are so many animals in this world that need help and to be cared for,” Avery said. “So many that are abandoned and never have a place to call home. I’m so thankful for the people who care for them at animal shelters and rescues and through humane societies. These people are my heroes and some animal’s hero every day.”Avery said she really can’t explain her passion for homeless animals. “It’s just who I am,” she said. “I love cats and dogs, especially those that need second chances at happy lives.”Avery said she doesn’t know why anyone would mistreat a helpless animal. Her heart goes out to them. By Jaine Treadwell Print Article Sponsored Content Plans underway for historic Pike County celebration Contributed PhotoThe Humane Society of Pike County received a gift card from Avery Sontheimer of Corry, Pennsylvania, to help the animals at the Troy Animal Shelter. Avery was diagnosed with Ewing Sarcoma Cancer but she continues to keep helping animals. For her love and support of homeless animals across the country, Avery received PETA’s Hero to the Animals Award. To date, Avery has mailed 3,000 gift cards all across the United States for the love of animals.“Avery is such a precious person with such a buoyant spirit and, even though she is battling this horrible disease, cancer, she remains dedicated to her mission of helping animals.”Avery spoke by phone on Tuesday about her mission and her appreciation for those who care for abandoned animals. By The Penny Hoarder Pike County Sheriff’s Office offering community child ID kits Email the author You Might Like “I just fall in love with cats and dogs that are homeless and I know that five dollars is not much but maybe it will buy a bag of food or a toy. It’s just what I can do right now.”Random shelters and rescues receive the notes from Avery thanking them for helping animals. Avery’s hope is that others who share her passion for animals will do what they can to help homeless animals, because “animals can’t help themselves.”Avery’s desire is to, one day, own a shelter for homeless animals and she would like for it to be as big as all outdoors.But for now, while she is on the battleground fighting cancer, the gift cards are what she can do and what she will continue to do to make life a little better for a homeless animal somewhere. “I want to make a difference as long as I can,” Avery said.Those who would like to support Avery’s dedication to homeless animals may mail her at 351 E. Pleasant St., Corry, PA 16407 or to know more, go online to Avery’s Pawsitive Change. Skip Donna Brockmann is often misty-eyed when she talks about animals that are unwanted, unloved and mistreated. But, reading the note from a young girl who feels exactly the same and is doing something to make the world a better place brought tears.Brockmann, president of the Humane Society of Pike County, received a note from Avery Son-theimer of Corry, Pennsylvania that included a five-dollar gift card for the Troy Animal Shelter.“Avery is a 14-year- old who, in March 2020, started her own mission of donating gift cards to random animal shelters, rescues and humane societies all across the United States,” Brockmann said. “She donates the gift cards in appreciation for those care for these unwanted animals and with hopes that the donation could make their lives better.” Eli Connally celebrates first birthday with time capsule gift When Ryan and Savannah Connally moved from Washington, D.C., back to Pike County, her home county, the heart reason was… read more Around the WebMd: Do This Immediately if You Have Diabetes (Watch)Blood Sugar BlasterIf You Have Ringing Ears Do This Immediately (Ends Tinnitus)Healthier LivingWomen Only: Stretch This Muscle to Stop Bladder Leakage (Watch)Patriot Health ZoneHave an Enlarged Prostate? Urologist Reveals: Do This Immediately (Watch)Healthier LivingRemoving Moles & Skin Tags Has Never Been This EasyEssential Health32-second Stretch Ends Back Pain & Sciatica (Watch)Healthier LivingThe content you see here is paid for by the advertiser or content provider whose link you click on, and is recommended to you by Revcontent. As the leading platform for native advertising and content recommendation, Revcontent uses interest based targeting to select content that we think will be of particular interest to you. We encourage you to view your opt out options in Revcontent’s Privacy PolicyWant your content to appear on sites like this?Increase Your Engagement Now!Want to report this publisher’s content as misinformation?Submit a ReportGot it, thanks!Remove Content Link?Please choose a reason below:Fake NewsMisleadingNot InterestedOffensiveRepetitiveSubmitCancellast_img read more

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A method for preparing large numbers of otolith sections for viewing by scanning electron microscope

first_imgIn an investigation of the age structure of a population of Notothenia coriiceps Richardson at the South Orkney Islands, Antarctica, the microstructure of otoliths was examined. Progress is reported on a method used for processing large numbers of otoliths using a scanning electron microscope (SEM). Compared with previous SEM techniques, which normally prepare otoliths individually for viewing, this allowed larger sample sizes to be examined. Compared with similar light microscope techniques, this method gave enhanced resolution, particularly for discerning edge structure, and thus may facilitate present methods of ageing fish populations, especially for fishery work in the Antarctic where otoliths are often small and difficult to interpret using conventional techniques.last_img

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Long-term changes in the acid and salt concentrations of the Greenland Ice Core Project ice core from electrical stratigraphy

first_imgContinuous electrical records covering a climatic cycle are presented for the Greenland Ice Core Project deep ice core from Greenland. Electrical conductivity measurement (ECM) measures the acid content of the ice, and the dielectric profile (DEP) responds to acid, ammonium, and chloride. All features seen can be explained by chemical changes in the ice, and there is no evidence so far for any major change in electrical response with depth or age of the ice. Both records are dominated by the acidity of the ice which varies strongly from acidic in warm periods to alkaline in cold periods, controlled by neutralization by alkaline dust (calcareous and other mineral dust). When Ca is low, the acidity (mainly nitric acid) has a fairly constant background level throughout the cycle, with slightly lower values in ice believed to be from the last interglacial. Ca has to rise only slightly to neutralize the available acidity, so that acidity is a highly nonlinear reflection of climate changes. If neutralization occurred in the aerosol (rather than in the ice), then the number of cloud condensation nuclei over parts of the northern hemisphere could have been reduced, leading to reduced cloud albedo. This nonlinear feedback may have some importance for modeling of climate change. When both acid and ammonium levels are low, the DEP signal can be used to give a rapid indication of chloride trends.last_img read more

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