1 edition of A discourse of sea-ports found in the catalog.
Never before made publick.Also attributed to Sir Dudley Digges--NUC pre-1956 imprintsReproduction of original in the Goldsmiths Library, University of LondonWing D1458Microfilm. Ann Arbor, Mich. : University Microfilms International, 1983. 1 microfilm reel ; 35 mm. (Early English books, 1641-1700 ; 1422:11)s 1983 miu n
|Statement||Printed for and sold by John Nutt|
|Publishers||Printed for and sold by John Nutt|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 58 p. :|
|Number of Pages||90|
|2||Early English books, 1641-1700 -- 1422:11|
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The places w[h]ere the lumber grows, are so far distant from the sea ports, that the expence of transportation is too great to make it worth while to ship any other than butt staves, and these must be brought quite from Lake Champlain. Furthermore, for socio-political reasons, it takes even longer to get the principle accepted to construct a road or a railway line between the decision to create an infrastructure and its starting.
The analysis is conducted on data from the fields of maritime engineering, marine electronics and maritime law as well as on the transcription of an authentic conversation between a ship and a radio station and on the Standard Maritime Communication Phrases drafted by the International Maritime Organization.
Security Management and Leadership in Seaports. 173 109th Congress Anti-Terrorism and Port Security Act of 2005 January 4, 2005 Amends the criminal code to include terrorist acts in the marine environment A discourse of sea-ports unlawful. 3 billion tons of domestictransports 134 million passengers by ferry, serves the 78 million Americans engaged in and hosts more than 5 million passengers a year.
In: Inha University ;  Theo Notteboom. Some major changes that contribute to NSR reconstruction have already taken place: several centers for rescue service in the coastal area were established under the control of the Ministry for Civil Defense, Emergencies and Natural Disasters; military forces once again occupy the islands and archipelagos located in the Arctic seas; at least one platform for offshore oil extraction is in permanent operation in the Pechora sea; and a plant for liquefied gas production is working on the Yamal peninsula.
This book examines the role of modern seaports in Europe and consider how port-cities are responding to these major drivers for change.
0 International Public License CC-BY 4. A discourse of sea-ports, every one defined the seaport accordingly to their field and knowledge. Not only can this affect port security in terms of the parameters of the surface of the port, but a possible hacking of data can be used to trace ships and mislead them for hijacking purposes.
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A discourse of sea-ports principally of the port and haven of Dover by• The Characteristics of Transport Service The transport service Is intermediate consumption service Its production requires immense capital Its infrastructure is characterized by a long life Requires a large part of the work Transportation takes time Recovers a multiplicity A discourse of sea-ports distinct and non-replaceable services The transportation market is shared by the geographical dimension The distance as a count continues The necessity of political intervention Its infrastructure has the character of public goods The transportation system is a complex The transport sector is an area where the perception errors are developed Transportation service is both non-storable and non-transportable 5.
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The Distance Continues to Count Frances Cairncoss [ ] referred to the death of distance to talk about the remarkable reduction in transport and telecommunication costs associated with revolutions in transport and information technologies.
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