MURBMulti Unit Residential Building
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Family / species Endemism Reference type Apiaceae Bupleurum atlanticum Murb. E FENNANE & IBN TATTOU, 1998; FENNANE & IBN TATTOU, 2005; FENNANE & AL., 2007; Eryngium triquetrum Vahl DOBIGNARD & CHATELAIN, subsp.
" " Polygonum Lusuloides Jaub.& spach " " Rumex cyprium Murb. Lunds univ Polygonaceae Rumex acetosla L " " Adonis aestivalis L.
Mustard, ScD, [1,2] Amber Bielecky, MSc, [1] Jacob Etches, PhD, [1] Russell Wilkins, Murb, [3,4] Michael Tjepkema, MPH, [4] Benjamin C.
Pteridophyllaceae (Murb.) Nakai ex Reveal & Hoogland in Bull.
Zygophyllum dumosum Boiss., Rumex cyprius Murb. (= R.
crassifolium (Lam.) Murb. - (Mariz 1907: Verbascum linkianum Mariz).
This paper summarizes recent findings of an ongoing research study assessing the effect of building enclosure renewals and energy efficiency upgrades on the energy consumption of mid- to high-rise multi-unit residential buildings (MURBs) and impacts on the performance of ventilation systems and indoor air quality (IAQ).
For comparison, the average energy use intensity for MURBs in southwest British Columbia is 213 kWh/[m.sup.2] per year (RDH 2012).
MURBs and the Liberal government-sponsored fiasco, Scientific Research Tax Credits, were bad raps for the securities industry, according to Gordon Paterson, chairman of the Manitoba Branch of the Investment Dealers Association of Canada (IDA).