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Legal and marriage effects were are reported in 26 of the reports. In five cases, the effects concerned inheritance restrictions and restricted burial rights. Many (21) of the reports mention marital instability, fear of divorce or fear of the husband taking an extra wife. Five of the reports state that husbands had actually taken a second wife. Divorce, expulsion from the home or physical abuse perpetrated by the husband is mentioned in 11 reports.

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This report presents time-series photographs of the sea floor obtained from an instrumented tripod deployed at Site A in western Massachusetts Bay (42 22.6' N., 70 47.0' W., 30 m water depth, figure 1) from June 1997 through June 1998. Site A is approximately 1 km south of an ocean outfall that begandischarging treated sewage effluent from the Boston metropolitan area into Massachusetts Bay in September 2000. Time-series photographs and oceanographic observations were initiated at Site A in December 1989 and are anticipated to continue to September 2005. This is the first in a series of reports planned to summarize and distribute these images in digital form. The objective of these reports is to enable easy and rapid viewing of the photographs and to provide a medium-resolution digital archive. The images, obtained every 4 hours, are presented as a movie (in .avi format, which may be viewed using an image viewer such as QuickTime or Windows Media Player) and as individual images (.tif format). The images provide time-series observations of changes of the sea floor and near-bottom water properties.

Each movie frame includes an image of the sea floor at the top and shows oceanographic data collected at the same time at the bottom. The movie plays at 3 frames/second or 2 seconds/day. The field of view of the image is approximately 1.5 m wide and 1 m high. The vane on the compass in the images swings with the current and points in the direction of current flow. (Sometimes the vane swivel gets stuck preventing the vane from aligning with the current.) The triangular black arrow on the compass points toward magnetic north (16 degrees west of true north at Site A). The whitearrow in the upper left of the frame points toward true north. The file name of the image is in the upper left corner of each frame. (This number provides a key to the individual .tif images; see 'Images' in the table below.) The red digits in the lower left corner of the image show time (in Eastern Standard Time): HR.MM (hour and minute) on the upper line and SS.DD (second and day) on the second line. The day (DD) counter rolls over every 31 days and thus does not indicate true day of month for the entire deployment; the correct day of the month is below the data panel (see below). The third line of red digits is a record identifier (NN, the last two digits of the USGS mooring number).

MATLAB software ( was used to align the images, make the data plots, and create the .avi movie andthumbnail Web pages. M-files may either be opened within a text viewer or within the MATLAB editor. To download the m-files click on the links below.

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  • Feb. 10, 2004Complete Release in PDF FormatDownload Free Acrobat ReaderThis WeekSanta Clara (7-14, 3-5) will play five of its final six regular-season games at home in the Leavey Center. The Broncos will start on Thursday, with a 7 p.m. tip-off against league-leading Loyola Marymount (17-5, 8-1), and follow with Pepperdine (12-10, 6-3) on Valentine's Day, also scheduled for 7 p.m. Santa Clara has swept the LMU/Pepperdine homestand in five of the last seven seasons.Scouting the Loyola Marymount LionsSeries Record: SCU leads 34-7First Game: Santa Clara won (75-32) on Dec. 14, 1984 in Los AngelesLast Game: Loyola Marymount won (69-59) on Jan. 17, 2004 in Los AngelesLargest SCU Margin of Victory: 44, twice, last on Feb. 13, 1998 (93-49) in Santa ClaraLargest LMU Margin of Victory: 10, twice, last on Jan. 17, 2004 (69-59) in Los AngelesLoyola Marymount Record in 2002-03: 14-15 (5-9) Letterwinners Returning/Lost: 11/2Starters Returning/Lost: 5/0Scouting the Pepperdine WavesSeries Record: SCU leads 24-20First Game: Pepperdine won (71-52) on Dec. 14, 1978 in MalibuLast Game: Pepperdine won (85-62) on Jan. 15, 2004 in MalibuLargest SCU Margin of Victory: 26 on Jan. 16, 1998 (76-50) in MalibuLargest Pepperdine Margin of Victory: 19 on Dec. 14, 1978 (71-52) in MalibuPepperdine Record in 2002-03: 22-8 (12-2) Letterwinners Returning/Lost: 8/4Starters Returning/Lost: 3/2WCC Championship Coming to SCU in 2004The WCC Men's and Women's Championships will return to the Bay Area in 2004 and 2005, as announced by Commissioner Michael Gilleran. The change is a result of the WCC's decision to rotate the league's premier event between the Bay Area, Pacific Northwest and Southern California, each for a period of two consecutive years.The 2006 and 2007 tournament will move to the Pacific Northwest before heading to Southern California in 2008 and 2009.The 2004 WCC Basketball Tournament will be held at the Leavey Center. In 2005, the event will move approximately 50 miles north to the University of San Francisco, where games will be played at War Memorial Gymnasium. This will be Santa Clara's eighth time as host, most recently in 2000, while USF will serve as host for the fourth time.WCC Special Ticket OffersA variety of ticket discounts and promotions are being associated with the WCC Women's Basketball Championship. These offers are good for any and all sessions of the upcoming league tournament.Groups: Groups of 10 people or more may purchase tickets at $2/session; Groups of 20 people or more may purchase tickets at $1/session. Take a Kid to the Game: Kids get in free with an adult paid admission. Movie Theatre Stubs: Buy one, get one free with movie theatre stub from Century 21-25 Theatres in San Jose. SCU Chamber of Commerce: Buy one, get one free with coupon. San Jose Mercury News: Kids get in free with an adult paid admission. Thomas' Three-Point PerfectionJunior guard Quinn Thomas had the hot hand from long range in January, hitting 50 percent from three-point land. Her third trey at Portland on Jan. 31 marked the 142nd of her career, putting Thomas solely in second place in the Bronco recordbooks for three-pointers made. She surpassed former teammate and 2002 graduate Becki Ashbaugh, who was actually in attendance that night, as she drove up from the University of Oregon, where she is currently attending law school. Thomas is currently at 145, and needs just 13 more to set a new mark, by passing Julie Lienert's record of 157, set from 1988-91. Thomas leads the league in three-point field goals made per game, averaging 2.41. She has a 36.0 percentage from long range, ranked fifth in the conference.More WCC StatisticsSanta Clara leads the league in three-point field goals made per game (6.76), three-point field goal percentage (.352) and three-point field goal defense (.299), while ranking second in field goal percentage (.410) and assists (14.19). Individually, Ashley Graham is second in three-point field goal percentage (.432), and fourth in three-point field goals made (1.81) in assists (3.90). Quinn Thomas is tops in three-point field goals made (2.41), fifth in percentage (.360) and 10th in scoring (11.2). Jennie Rondel is ranked 15th in scoring (9.6) and ninth in field goal percentage (.455), while Jenni Gottschalk is ranked 12th in rebounding (5.2) and Ashley Gonnerman is seventh in free throw percentage (.705).Unbeatable at Leavey vs. the WCCThe Broncos have won 39 of its last 43 regular season home league contests played in Leavey, dating back to the last six-plus seasons.Thomas Lights Up Court on BirthdayJunior guard Quinn Thomas celebrated her 21st birthday on the court against San Diego State. The team found itself down 18 points in the second half, but a Bronco run, capped by a Thomas three, erased the deficit and gave SCU a 60-59 lead. Later, again, with the Broncos' down, Thomas hit a baseline three with 18.3 seconds on the clock, which served to be the game-winner. The gift of victory isn't the first for this Capricorn. Last season, the Broncos played TCU on her special day, and saw a 23-point, 5-rebound performance to lead the Broncos.A Fountain of YouthSanta Clara is one of the top 15 youngest women's basketball teams that is taking the court this season. With six freshmen, two sophomores, three juniors and two seniors, the Broncos' average age is 19.4 years heading into the season.A Look Ahead: Broncos Remain at HomeSanta Clara will continue the West Coast Conference season and host San Diego on Thursday before visiting Saint Mary's for a Saturday contest.Live on the InternetSanta Clara's entire schedule returns to the Internet, as a live audio broadcast will be available for a third season on Additionally, Leavey Center contests can be followed online with a live statistical tracker, also located on SCU's official athletic website. By logging on, fans receive real-time updated statistics direct from the official scoring computer, allowing users to listen to the audio broadcast and keep up with the statistics simultaneously. Anthony Passarelli returns as the voice of the Broncos for a third season.More Media CoverageThe University's student radio station, KSCU 103.3 FM, is scheduled to air the entire women's home WCC schedule. 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November 30, 2003 Women's Basketball Visits Sacramento State on Monday November 28, 2003 Santa Clara Edged By No. 10 Georgia November 28, 2003 Women's Basketball Gets Edged by No. 10 Georgia November 25, 2003 Women's Basketball Edges Pacific by One November 24, 2003 Women's Basketball vs. UW-Green Bay November 24, 2003 Women's Hoops Travels to Pacific for Regional Action November 23, 2003 Women's Basketball Drops Season Opener, 67-53 November 20, 2003 Women's Basketball Adds Three Guards to Bronco Program November 19, 2003 Women's Basketball Hosts UWGB in Season Opener November 12, 2003 Women's Basketball Falls in Exhibition Contest November 12, 2003 Women's Basketball Falls in Exhibition Contest November 11, 2003 Women's Hoops Hosts Exhibition Contest on Wednesday November 5, 2003 Women's Basketball Begins 2003-04 Campaign November 5, 2003 Women's Basketball Falls in Exhibition Contest November 5, 2003 Women's Basketball Hosts Three-Point Club October 21, 2003 2003-04 Women's Basketball Season Outlook October 15, 2003 Women's Basketball Begins Practice on Saturday August 5, 2003 WCC Women's Hoops Coaches Make Summertime Predictions July 14, 2003 Women's Basketball Hires Former Player as Assistant Coach May 27, 2003 John R. Wooden Award Expands to Honor Top Women's College Basketball Players May 23, 2003 Women's Basketball Hires Assistant Coach May 21, 2003 Women's Hoops Celebrates Season at Annual Banquet May 13, 2003 Women's Basketball Signs Colorado Forward May 6, 2003 Cronin Returns to Professional Basketball April 25, 2003 Women's Hoops Hosts Stop, Pop & Drop 3-on3 Tourney April 24, 2003 Women's Basketball Signs Junior Guard April 8, 2003 Women's Basketball Concludes Another Successful Season March 19, 2003 On the Other Side March 18, 2003 Women's Basketball Heads to Fresno State for WNIT March 17, 2003 WNIT Seats Available through SCU Ticket Office March 16, 2003 Women's Hoops Heads to Fresno State for WNIT First Round March 13, 2003 Four Seasons, 40 Minutes March 4, 2003 Women's Hoops Opens WCC with First-Round Bye March 3, 2003 Four Women's Hoops Starters Named to All-WCC Team February 26, 2003 Women's Hoops Closes Regular Season in Northwest February 26, 2003 Three Broncos Named Academic All-League February 22, 2003 Women's Basketball Honors Seniors February 21, 2003 Goodbye... for Now. 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