JIMAR

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JIMARJoint Institute for Marine and Atmospheric Research
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Simultaneamente, otros que se resignaron a continuar con el cultivo tradicional descuidaron las medidas de higiene al manejar las plantas --despues de jimar un agave las herramientas deben limpiarse y esterilizarse con cal antes de pasar al siguiente-- y facilitaron que se propagara una bacteria que las pudre sin permitirles alcanzar un ano de edad, cuando ya estan listas para ser jimadas.
SOEST (School of Ocean and Earth Science and Technology) 00-01, JIMAR (Joint Institute for Marine and Atmospheric Research) Contribution 00-328, 69 p.
Tras deshojar o "jimar" la planta, la "pina" resultante es partida en 2 con sierra electrica e introducida en autoclaves para cocerla 18 horas a 105 .
Recognizing the value of Hawaiian newspapers as sources of data for the day-to-day events of interest to Native Hawaiians, Thomas Schroeder, former director of the Joint Institute for Marine and Atmospheric Research (JIMAR) at UHM, provided funds to Nogelmeier and his graduate students to extend Cox's efforts.
While only minimal reference was extant in English sources (Shaw 1981), and a check of twentieth-century reanalysis data (e.g., Truchelut and Hart 2011) did not reveal any hint of the system, the JIMAR database brought to light that this event was well documented in the Hawaiian newspapers, (5) which allowed the track and intensity of the storm as it crossed the islands to be well estimated (Fig.
This project was funded by cooperative agreement NA17RJ1230 between the Joint Institute for Marine and Atmospheric Research (JIMAR) and the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA).