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Tourism ecological carrying capacity refers to the quantity ([hm.sup.2]) (ZHANG & ZHANG, 2004) of productive land area can be provided for tourism industry out of the one can be provided for GDP.
"Daily can also be ordered as a chassis cab and is suitable for fitment with a wide variety of different bodywork, including box, curtainside, refrigerated, tipper and Luton options to ensure maximum load carrying capacity in a variety of applications," he adds.
the Altea XL the vehicle is a five-seater, but with more rear leg room and greater carrying capacity for luggage.
The formation of foam during production can affect the quality of finished products, or impede the manufacturing process by reducing the carrying capacity of containers or causing pumping problems, according to company literature.
Based on the Fabia Estate, which has been providing more space and better value in the sector for years, the Bohemia has all of the estate's legendary carrying capacity (426 litres; 1,225 litres with the rear seats folded) and even more equipment as standard.
NORDIC BUSINESS REPORT-15 April 2005-Eidsiva 2 RoRo KS increases carrying capacity of M/V Vinni and M/V Vibeke(C)1994-2005 M2 COMMUNICATIONS LTD http://www.m2.com
The design for the roadway alternative replicates the traffic carrying capacity of FDR Drive, and preserves entrances and exits.
Human carrying capacity is determined by food availability.
The new tool consists of a series of 17 curves for determining current carrying capacity of circuit boards.
Kappa hard luggage has long provided extra carrying capacity for longdistance touring and commuting.
(a) Group [[sigma].sub.b] [[sigma].sub.b]/ [lambda] [[lambda].sub.p] (MPa) [[sigma].sub.A] A 47.7 1.00 B 37.0 0.78 0.80 0.80 C 34.2 0.72 0.65 0.64 D 32.9 0.69 0.64 0.64 (a) [[sigma].sub.b] = ultimate bending stress; [[sigma].sub.A] = ultimate bending stress of group A; [lambda] = exact value of the load-carrying capacity ratio calculated from Equation [7]; [[lambda].sub.p] = practical approximation for the load- carrying capacity ratio using Equation [8].
"As far as I know," said DeLucia, who has studied the vessel design with the intent to increase the vessel's carrying capacity. "This is the largest load ever put on a Large, Medium-Speed, Roll-on/Roll-off ship.