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Teach Yourself the Basics of Aspen Plus Book Summary : Aspen Plus is on of the most popular process simulation software programs used industrially and academically. Though the software is available at many corporations and universities, there are no textbooks which are dedicated to teaching the step-by-step use of the software. This book is designed to fill that need. The structure of the book is unique in that it emulates a lecture /workshop classroom environment. Each chapter starts with the equivalent of a classroom lecture followed by workshops which provide experience in the chapter's subject matter. The enclosed CD contains solutions, both in Aspen Plus and text formats, to examples imbedded in the text as well as to all the workshops. There are also notes at the end of each chapter designed to aid readers that have difficulty with the workshops. Note: CD-ROM/DVD and other supplementary materials are not included as part of eBook file.
Beyond the Aspen Grove Book Summary : The Colorado Rockies are Ann Zwinger's subject in prose and drawing. There, 8,300 feet above sea level, summer is short and winter long and often harsh; it is a place where much of life exists on the margin. In good years the grasses are lush; in bad years, even the mice starve. But it is a land the Zwingers have lovingly explored and recorded, careful not to disrupt the balance of the land, the relationship of plant to animal and of each to its environment.These forty acres, called Constant Friendship after the Maryland land her ancestor settled in the early 1730s, are a place of all seasons, for even in winter there is a promise of spring, and in spring the foretaste of summer. The white of snow becomes the white of summer clouds, the resonant green of spruce becomes the green head of drake mallard ... here part of each season is contained in every other.In beautiful and simple language and with 80 illustrations, Beyond the Aspen Grove tells of meadow, lake, marsh and forest, of algae and dragonflies, of deer and jays that live in the thin clear air of the mountain world.
Best Easy Day Hikes Aspen Book Summary : Situated in Colorado's spectacular Roaring Fork Valley, Aspen offers high-country charm, superb downhill skiing, and some of the greatest hiking trails in North America. These day hikes, a sampler of Aspen's outdoor wonders, explore the world-famous Maroon Bells, the Grottos of White River National Forest, the banks of the picturesque Roaring Fork River, and much more. An indispensable guide for Aspen vacationers.
Aspen Snowmass Book Summary : As an avid skier and snowboarder and having lived in Aspen/Snowmass, I am always asked by visiting friends and family where they should ski, eat and shop, and what else they should do while in town. Knowing how much those local tips improved their time here, I decided to pull all of that information together to share with other winter vacationers. So, above and beyond the usual guide-book basics – how to get here, where to stay and where to partake of a few adult beverages – I provide the kind of insider knowledge you would have to spend hours searching the web to find. Think of me as your virtual tour guide, ready to help you find the right ski areas for your skill level; the most amazing views; the best restaurants and cafes – on and off the mountain; the finest ski tuning shop; the best tree skiing; where to head on a powder day; and the most reliable snow and weather reports. This e-guide gives you the inside scoop to the perfect ski vacation in Aspen/Snowmass.
The Time of Aspen Falls Book Summary : Aspen Falls lives a life of contentment--blessed with a wonderful family and a loyal best friend--until a stranger enters her life. Will Aspen Falls ever reclaim the comfortable contentment she once knew? Or will the handsome stranger linger in her mind?
The Aspen Borer and how to Control it Book Summary : "Poplars, aspens and cottonwoods, which are widely distributed over the United States are everywhere subject to serious injury by wood-boring insects. One of the chief of these is the aspen borer, which feeds in the trunks or larger branches, so weakening the wood that the tree is readly broke off by windstorms. Plantations for paper pulp are often completely destroyed. This bulletin give methods of controlling the aspen borer or reducing its damage to a minimum. It is based on extensive studies made in the Pike Peak region of Colorado, but the data in general apply to all regions of the United States where the poplars are native. The introduced Lombardy poplar is very seldom injured, but the commercial cottonwood of the Mississippi Valley seems to be the only native species of poplar which is at all immune to the attack of this index."--Page .
Central Colorado Aspen Vail Crested Butte Steamboat Springs Rocky Mountain National Park Beyond Book Summary : The San Luis Valley is a study in contrasts, evident in the 7,000-foot elevation gain from the low-lying valley floor to 14,345-foot Blanca Peak. The Great Sand Dunes are reminiscent of the Sahara Desert. Fourteen-thousand-foot peaks, the spire-like Crestone Needle and its neighbor Crestone Peak, pride of the Sangre de Cristo ("Blood of Christ") Range, are the natural landmarks for the valley's eastern boundary. At the northern end of the area are the Valley View Hot Springs which harness some of the steaming water that pours from the ground. In Crested Butte, trails set out into the Maroon Bells/Snowmass Wilderness from the vicinity of Gothic and Schofield Pass. Short day hikes into the alpine meadows are one option. Or, those seeking a longer experience can hike the 13 miles over spectacular East Maroon Pass on into Aspen. The state that brings you Aspen, Vail, Beaver Creek and Telluride is renowned for its skiing and snowboarding. Justly so. Colorado has a greater number of ski resorts and areas than almost any other US state or Canadian province. In all, you can ski at two dozen places that vary in size from giants like the Aspen complex to rustic alpine Loveland Basin. Non-skiers find activities at the Colorado resorts as well. Experts have counted some 200 species of wildlife in the Rocky Mountain National Park. More than 400 miles of trails, many of them gentle, others challenging, provide hikes to beautiful alpine mountain lakes surrounded by snow-capped peaks. No visitor to this part of Colorado should miss Rocky Mountain National Park. Its 300,000 acres are filled by stunning mountain views and, thanks to the Park Service, remain largely in their natural state. Some 300 well-marked trails, many passing through meadows filled with wildflowers, attract numerous hikers to the park. Hiking in the Park, you are almost certain to be rewarded with stunning vistas, some of Colorado's most spectacular scenery, and rare encounters with nature, such as a bugling elk. Nearby is Steamboat Springs. Summers here guarantee you an adrenaline rush. Breaking in wild horses, barrel racing on horseback, galloping through forest clearings are all exciting. Climbers have attacked the rock faces of Rabbit Ears Pass. And, of course, you can reach the Mount Werner summits in style by gondola and then test your leg muscles against the long downhill walks or ski runs through knee-high meadows or on logging roads. Arapahoe Basin, Breckenridge, Keystone, Copper Mountain, the year-round resort of Vail are all covered here. And then there is Aspen. As a ski complex, Aspen is unsurpassed. Its four lift-serviced areas - Aspen Mountain, Buttermilk Mountain, The Snowmass, Aspen Highlands - encompass 160 miles of ski trails reachable by dozens of lifts that can hoist 25,000 skiers an hour. Where to stay, where to eat, how to get around, what to do - we cover it all in detail. Plus color photos throughout.