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- API data.cityoftacoma.org | Last Updated 2021-04-08T17:40:31.000Z
A list of golf courses in the Tacoma area.
- API data.melbourne.vic.gov.au | Last Updated 2022-03-01T22:22:14.000Z
<b>Upcoming Changes: Please note that our parking system is being improved and this dataset may be disrupted. <a href='https://www.melbourne.vic.gov.au/building-and-development/shaping-the-city/city-projects/Pages/parking-sensor-upgrade.aspx'>See more information here</a>.</b> Each row contains information about the restrictions that apply to one parking bay. Each restriction consists of a set of columns: <b>How the data joins:</b> There are three datasets that make up the live parking sensor release. They are the on-street parking bay sensors, on-street parking bays and the on-street car park bay restrictions. The way the datasets join is as follows. The on-street parking bay sensors join to the on-street parking bays by the marker_id attribute. The on-street parking bay sensors join to the on-street car park bay restrictions by the bay_id attribute. The on-street parking bays and the on-street car park bay restrictions don’t currently join. <b>Field information:</b> - FromDay: The first day in the range on which this restriction applies (0=Sunday, 6=Saturday) - ToDay: The final day in the range, inclusive. (1-5=Monday to Friday) - StartTime: The time each day when the restriction applies. - EndTime: The time each day when the restriction ends. - TypeDesc: The type of restriction. Eg: "2P Meter" (two hour parking, paid for using a meter), "Disabled Only" (only vehicles with disabiled permits can park). - Description: A compact, human-readable description of the overall restrictions. TKT A stands for Ticket Area covers multiple bays within that area. DIS ONLY and DIS are both disabled parking spaces - Duration: The time that a vehicle can park in the spot (assuming they can legally park there). - DisabilityExt: For bays that aren't limited to disabled permits, how much time a vehicle with disabled permit can spend in the spot. Usually twice the regular amount of time. - EffectiveOnPH: Does this restriction apply on public holidays. - Exemption: Which vehicles are exempt. There can be multiple restrictions, occurring at non-overlapping times. Each restriction is a set of columns with a number: FromDay1, ToDay1, StartTime1, EndTime1, etc. <b>Disclaimer:</b> While all due care has been taken to ensure the data of this website is accurate, current and available please note: · there may be errors or omission in it · there may be occasions where the data is not available and/or the website will be unavailable. The City of Melbourne and its employees accept no responsibility for any loss, damage, claim, expense, cost or liability whatsoever (including in contract, tort including negligence, pursuant to statue and otherwise) arising in respect of or in connection with accessing, using or reliance upon the data in this website, or the unavailability of the data or the website.
- API data.nasa.gov | Last Updated 2020-01-29T04:54:41.000Z
<p> We propose to develop a new highly sensitive instrument to confirm the existence of the so-called nano-dust particles, characterize their impact parameters, and measure their chemical composition. Simultaneous theoretical studies will be used to derive the expected&nbsp; mass and velocity ranges of these putative particles to formulate science and measurement requirements for the future deployment of&nbsp; the proposed Nano-Dust Analyzer (NDA)&nbsp;</p> <p> Early dust instruments onboard Pioneer 8 and 9 and Helios spacecraft detected a flow of submicron sized dust particles coming from the direction of the Sun. These particles originate in the inner solar system from mutual collisions among meteoroids and move on&nbsp; hyperbolic orbits that leave the Solar System under the prevailing radiation pressure force. Later dust instruments with higher&nbsp; sensitivity had to avoid looking toward the Sun because of interference from the solar wind and UV radiation and thus contributed&nbsp; little to the characterization of the dust stream. The one exception is the Ulysses dust detector that observed escaping dust particles&nbsp; high above the solar poles, which confirm the suspicion that charged nanometer sized dust grains are carried to high heliographic&nbsp; latitudes by electromagnetic interactions with the Interplanetary Magnetic Field (IMF). Recently, the STEREO WAVES instruments&nbsp; recorded a large number of intense electric field signals, which were interpreted as impacts from nanometer sized particles striking the&nbsp; spacecraft with velocities of about the solar wind speed. This high flux and strong spatial and/or temporal variations of nanometer&nbsp; sized dust grains at low latitude appears to be uncorrelated with the solar wind properties. This is a mystery as it would require that&nbsp; the total collisional meteoroid debris inside 1 AU is cast in nanometer sized fragments. The observed fluxes of inner-source pickup ions&nbsp; also point to the existence of a much enhanced dust population in the nanometer size range.&nbsp;</p> <p> This new heliospherical phenomenon of nano-dust streams may have consequences throughout the planetary system, but as of yet no dust instrument exists that could be used to shed light on their properties. &nbsp;We propose to develop a dust analyzer capable to detect and&nbsp; analyze these mysterious dust particles coming from the solar direction and to embark upon complementary theoretical studies to&nbsp; understand their characteristics. The instrument is based on the Cassini Dust Analyzer (CDA) that has analyzed the composition of&nbsp; nanometer sized dust particles emanating from the Jovian and Saturnian systems but could not be pointed towards the Sun. By&nbsp; applying technologies implemented in solar wind instruments and coronagraphs a highly sensitive dust analyzer will be developed and&nbsp; tested in the laboratory. The dust analyzer shall be able to characterize impact properties (impact charge and energy distribution of&nbsp; ions from which mass and speed of the impacting grains may be derived) and chemical composition of individual nanometer sized&nbsp; particles while exposed to solar wind and UV radiation. The measurements will enable us to identify the source of the dust by&nbsp; comparing their elemental composition with that of larger micrometeoroid particles of cometary and asteroid origin and will reveal&nbsp; interaction of nano-dust with the interplanetary medium by investigating the relation of the dust flux with solar wind and IMF&nbsp; properties.&nbsp;</p> <p> Complementary theoretically studies will be performed to understand the characteristics of nano-dust particles at 1 AU to answer the&nbsp; following questions:&nbsp; - What is the speed range at which nanometer sized particles impact
- API data.edmonton.ca | Last Updated 2019-07-17T16:47:51.000Z
This was one single topic among many as part of the September 2015 Mixed Topic survey. Test link to view these questions: https://www.edmontoninsightcommunity.ca/R.aspx?a=526&as=7YW63mx6N7&t=1. Open from September 08 - 16, 2015. At the time the survey was launched survey invitations were sent to 3516 Insight Community Members. 1477 members completed the survey which represents a completion rate of 42%. A total of 1637 respondents completed the survey: 1477 Insight Community Members and 160 using the anonymous link which will have no demographic info.
- API performance.franklintn.gov | Last Updated 2021-07-26T18:07:13.000Z
Data consisting of Parks and Recreation Statistics from Franklin, Tennessee - including parks acreage, Healthy City rankings, and Tree City USA.
- API opendata.howardcountymd.gov | Last Updated 2018-12-10T14:53:26.000Z
Data encompasses the number of participants enrolled in Howard County Recreation & Parks programs (I.e. Sports, Fitness, Nature & Environment, Camps etc...), by Season.
- API data.edmonton.ca | Last Updated 2019-07-17T16:49:46.000Z
In 2014, the City of Edmonton contracted Leger to conduct a survey of Edmontonians designed to understand perceptions on key measures relating to the quality of life in Edmonton. This research is aimed at capturing citizen perception based performance measures which feed into the corporate performance reporting to achieve the City’s vision for 2040 (The Way Ahead). In recent years, Citizen Perception Surveys have been carried out annually to gather data and report on the measures. Taking into account the recent modifications in performance measures as well as the focus on continuous improvement, the 2014 research was designed to: - Measure the progress with respect to the key performance measures - Understand the drivers of the performance measures and provide recommendations about how the measures can be further improved. - Make comparisons with past measures wherever applicable
- API data.ny.gov | Last Updated 2020-12-07T23:14:16.000Z
The New York State Office of Parks, Recreation and Historic Preservation (OPRHP) oversees more than 250 state parks, historic sites, recreational trails, golf courses, boat launches and more, encompassing nearly 350,000 acres, that are visited by 74 million people annually. These facilities contribute to the economic vitality and quality of life of local communities and directly support New York’s tourism industry. Parks also provide a place for families and children to be active and exercise, promoting healthy lifestyles. The agency is responsible for the operation and stewardship of the state park system as well as advancing a statewide parks, historic preservation, and open space mission. The New York State Office of Parks, Recreation and Historic Preservation operates several nature centers throughout the state. Visitors to our nature centers learn about the abundance of natural resources to be found in state parks. Our state parks and historic sites are hosts to scenic viewsheds, geologic features and both common and rare flora and fauna. For more information, visit http://nysparks.com/environment/nature-centers/default.aspx
- API data.ny.gov | Last Updated 2019-12-30T17:25:09.000Z
The New York State Office of Parks, Recreation and Historic Preservation (OPRHP) oversees more than 250 state parks, historic sites, recreational trails, golf courses, boat launches and more, encompassing nearly 350,000 acres, that are visited by 74 million people annually. These facilities contribute to the economic vitality and quality of life of local communities and directly support New York’s tourism industry. Parks also provide a place for families and children to be active and exercise, promoting healthy lifestyles. The agency is responsible for the operation and stewardship of the state park system as well as advancing a statewide parks, historic preservation, and open space mission.
- API data.nj.gov | Last Updated 2023-01-18T20:46:38.000Z
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