"If you are running a large data center with thousands of server computers, you have to worry about cosmic-ray impacts causing errors every now and then." In the outer layers of exposed rocks, cosmic-ray impacts break apart atoms and produce rare nuclides like beryllium-10 or helium-3, that are not produced by any other natural process.A thick enough layer of glacier ice also stops the cosmic-ray flux, shielding the rocks below from nuclide production. It never sees this cosmic-ray flux until the ice sheet spits it out at the side in one of these moraines,” Bromley said. III.6 Where an Article 4 Direction is used to remove permitted development rights for certain forms of householder development in conservation areas approval by the Secretary of State is not required.
By measuring the amount of cosmic radiation the rocks have been exposed to, the research team can map out the reach of ancient glaciers at different points in the past.
They wanted to visit it because previous surveys showed it is covered in moraines pushed into their present location from the ancient movements of the East Antarctica Ice Sheet.
“We use those mountains as a yardstick basically because as the ice sheet grows or shrinks, it goes up and down the sides of these mountains, and it leaves moraines as it does so,” Bromley said.
III.2 Individual properties complement their neighbours within a conservation area, contributing to the overall character and appearance, with applications being considered in accordance with Policies BE11, BE12, BE13 and BE14. The Chenies, Petts Wood - 1930s suburban development (1982). Chislehurst - the village and surrounding commons: 18th Century village, affluent Victorian/Edwardian suburb, later low density housing in mature landscapes, common land and Green Belt (1971). Chislehurst Road, Petts Wood - inter-war picturesque houses in vernacular style (1989). Copers Cope Road, Beckenham – Victorian and Edwardian detached and semi-detached houses (1999). Crystal Palace Park - substantial Victorian houses surrounding historic park (1989).
III.3 Since their original designation (dates as below) some conservation areas have had their boundaries revised, whether it be to extend the area, or on occasion, to remove a section.