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Classes are student-paced and move as fast as you can pick up the skills presented. If some piece of training presents difficulty, there is no penalty for going slow and you can attend as many pool sessions as needed to get it right.
150 - ONE PIECE [GER]23:06 Min
The manuscript must describe a technically sound piece of scientific research with data that supports the conclusions. Experiments must have been conducted rigorously, with appropriate controls, replication, and sample sizes. The conclusions must be drawn appropriately based on the data presented.
Reviewer #3: This manuscript presents an assessment of the sinking speed of floated-demersal longline to determine potential bycatch risks to seabirds. First of all, I would like to present my congratulations to the author by this interesting and hard piece of work. Generally, the manuscript is well written and easy to understand. The main claim of the manuscript is well defined and properly placed in the context of the reviewed literature. However, despite data is likely to support the claims, some more details on the results are needed, namely in terms of the modelling exercises, how final models fit each sample and which predictor variables were included. At the end it was hard to find any detail on predicted variables other than TDR position or water depth, i.e. wind speed, setting speed and number of hooks. Such lack of details prevents the assessment of the appropriate and rigorous performance of the statistical analysis. Some details on GAMM results might be available under the supplementary material which as reviewer I had no access. Please find bellow my detailed revision:
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The portfolio presentations include discussions of what inspired students to do certain art pieces, the techniques that were used to make them, and the lessons they have learned from working on and seeing their projects through to the end.
Armor is calculated per item of apparel, from the item occupying the outermost layer in. Armor mitigation does stack multiplicatively, e.g. two pieces of armor layered on top of each other can each mitigate the damage by 50%, reducing it to 25% of the base damage. Each layer also has an independent chance to entirely negate the damage, using the above calculation steps.
All apparel worn by a pawn has a 40% chance to take 1 HP of damage each day (so on average, each piece of apparel takes about 0.4 HP of damage per day). This effect is only applied to pawns in a map - pawns in caravans, transport pods etc do not suffer apparel damage in this way.
Apparel can offer "Insulation - Cold", which protects from extremely cold temperatures, and "Insulation - Heat" which protects from extremely hot temperatures.The amount of insulation a piece of apparel offers is equal to:
The total insulation for a pawn is the sum of the insulation from each piece of apparel. A pawn's minimum comfortable temperature is reduced by their total Insulation - Cold, while their maximum comfortable temperature is increased by their Insulation - Heat.
A number of Materials is available for Clothing and Armor. Not every piece supports every material and a lot of the protective power of armor and insulation of clothing actually comes from the used material, rather than something unique to the item. 041b061a72