Closures

Some articles on closure, closures:

Closure (wine Bottle)
... Closure is a term used in the wine industry to refer to a stopper, the object used to seal a bottle and avoid harmful contact between the wine and oxygen ... They include Traditional natural cork closures ('corks') alternative wine closures, such as screw caps, synthetic closures, glass closures ... stoppers with cloth or wax The choice of closure depends on issues such as the risk of cork taint, oxygen permeability and desired life of the wine ...
Sponge Reef - Protection
... In 2002 voluntary closures of shrimp trawl fishing, and regulated closures of groundfish trawling were initiated in areas where sponge reefs were known ... reefs be added to the existing groudfish trawl closures ... Although MPAs may be more effective than fishery closures for long-term protection of the reefs from bottom trawling, the oil and gas industry would ...
Monmouthshire Railway And Canal Company - Closures
... result the British Transport Commission had recommended the closure of a number of passenger services in the Monmouthshire area as an operational ... The rundown in the local mining industry and the closure of a local brickworks also led to the closure of the Blaensychan and Tirpentwys lines in 1962 and 1967 respectively, and when ...
Chemins De Fer Du Morbihan - History
... The first closures were in 1935. 1939, along with another series of line closures ... Most of the surviving lines closed in 1947 and the final closures were in 1948 ...
Beeching Closures - Closures By Year
... The list below shows 7000 miles of closures Year Total length closed 150 ... miles (240 km) 275 ... miles (443 km) 300 ... miles (480 km) 275 ... miles (443 km) 1954 to 500 ... miles (800 km) 1958 ...