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Chadwick, Arthur

Overview
Works: 8 works in 11 publications in 2 languages and 51 library holdings
Genres: Textbooks  Criticism, interpretation, etc  Science films  Documentary films  History 
Roles: Author
Classifications: BS660, 231.7652
Publication Timeline
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Most widely held works by Arthur Chadwick
Faith, reason & earth history : a paradigm of earth and biological origins by intelligent design by Leonard Brand( Book )

1 edition published in 2016 in English and held by 17 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

"In this patient explanation of the mission of science and its application to questions about origins and earth history, the authors model their convictions that, 'above all, it is essential that we treat each other with respect, even if we disagree on fundamental issues.'" -- Back cover
Studies on the relationship between the salinity and the activity of the contractile vacuole of two species of Protozoa found in the rock-pools near Tvärminne by Arthur Chadwick( Book )

1 edition published in 1960 in English and held by 13 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Studies on the relationship between the salinity and the activity of the contractile vacuole of two species of Protozoa found in the rock-pools near Tvärminne by Arthur Chadwick( Book )

4 editions published between 1960 and 1961 in English and held by 12 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Beyond Is Genesis history? understanding the impact of the flood( Visual )

1 edition published in 2017 in English and held by 5 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Beyond Is Genesis History? Volume 1: Rocks & Fossils explores the fascinating fields of geology, paleontology, and atmospheric science. Learn much more about the impact of the global flood on the earth in these 20 new videos featuring scientists from the documentary ["Is Genesis History?"]
Studies on the relationship between the salinity and the activity of the contractile vacuole of two species of protozoa found in the rock-pools near Tvärminne by Arthur Chadwick( Book )

1 edition published in 1960 in German and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Getting the Price Right Costing and Charging Commercial Provision in Centres of Vocational Excellence (CoVEs). Research Report by Liz Aitken( Book )

1 edition published in 2006 in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Centres of Vocational Excellence (CoVEs) were established in 2001, intended to be a key driver in enhancing the contribution of the further education (FE) sector to meeting skills needs. Current government policy expects employers and individuals to pay a greater share of the costs of training, particularly at Level 3, which is the CoVE priority area. For CoVEs, increasing the proportion of their income that is derived from full-cost provision is a key performance indicator, but guidance is required on how decisions are taken with regard to the costing and charging of provision. Establishing the cost of such provision, and what the customer should be charged, is a critical part of developing successful commercial provision. The Learning and Skills Development Agency (LSDA) investigated factors that influence how costs are determined, and how policies to determine charges and costs to employers are developed. Key findings include: (1) There is considerable agreement about the elements to be included in costing commercial provision, although uncertainty remains about what should be fixed and what may be flexible; (2) Market forces play a major role in determining the price charged to the customer; (3) CoVEs are undertaking a considerable amount of research into employers' needs for customised provision; (4) Processes for approving fees paid by customers are sometimes complicated and time-consuming; (5) Although new business development managers are beginning to be put in place, there are further issues for consideration in terms of the appropriate infrastructure and organisational development required for customised provision; (6) Staffing customised provision can present difficulties due to the irregular nature of the work; and (7) Some CoVEs are putting solutions in place to ensure that this provision can be delivered by appropriate staff, but difficulties remain which may be inhibiting the further development of such provision. The authors recommend: (1) Processes for determining the fees charged to commercial clients should be in place and be fully understood and complied with; (2) Regular reviews of these processes should be undertaken to ensure a rapid response to the customer and a viable return to the organization; (3) Processes should be simple, and accompanied by appropriate administrative support; (4) Costing frameworks or formulae should take account of all costs that are material to the activity, including, where appropriate, the costs of development; (5) Procedures for exceptional cases should be in place; (6) Approval processes should be in line with the need to secure a rapid response to customer requests for services; (7) Influence of market forces should be considered when costing commercial provision, including an awareness of needs and trends, differences in price sensitivity in different sectors, or sizes of firms and the prices charged by competitors; (8) Charges should reflect the value of the service being offered to the customer, and efforts should be made to understand the potential value in relation to the client's business; (9) Systems should be developed to manage information about contacts with actual and potential clients to ensure that this information is shared, as appropriate, throughout the organization; (10) Solutions to staffing commercial provision should be in place before taking on commercial activity; (11) Different courses require staff with different skills; (12) Consideration should be given to ways in which income from commercial activity is disbursed across the organization; (13) There should be appropriate systems for quality assurance of commercial provision which emphasise value for money and customer satisfaction; (14) Targets for income from commercial provision should be informed by analyses of needs, market trends and differences in sectors and sizes of company; and (15) Account should also be taken of intangible benefits, such as the development of good relationships and enhancement of reputation. Five appendices are included: (1) Case studies; (2) Respondents to initial questionnaire; (3) Initial questionnaire; (4) Respondents to extended questionnaire; and (5) Extended questionnaire. (Contains 1 endnote and 8 tables.)
The function and place of direct mail in marketing and advertising by Arthur Chadwick( Book )

1 edition published in 1933 in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

A paleoecological analysis of the petrified trees in the Specimen Creek area of the Gallatin Petrified Forest, Yellowstone National Park by Arthur Chadwick( Book )

1 edition published in 1982 in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

A comparison of upright and horizontal trees has been made with previous pollen analysis from the same layers. In a few cases correlation was observed between fossil stumps and follis pollen of associated organic levels whereas in most cases no fossil pollen correlation was lacking. The identified woods were plotted on modern climatic ranges and each unit exhibits the following climatic range. Unit 1. Subtropical to boreal, mostly warm temperate to cool temperate. Unit 5. Tropical to boreal, mostly subtropical to c ool temperate. Unit 9. Warm temperate to boreal, mostly cool temperate and boreal. Several features have emerged which suggest the "fossil forest" represents a unique assemblage of plant types inconsistent with the currently accepted. These are: "in situ" model. 1) The presence of an uncommon admixture of tree types. 2) The lack of correlation in most cases between the vertical fossil trees and the associated microfossils. 3) The indications of a strange admixture of climatic ranges within each tree level
 
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Languages
English (10)

German (1)