While the national poll <a href="http://www.novinite.com/articles/177276/After+a+Day+of+Uncertainty%2C+Bulgaria+Voting+System+Referendum+Falls+Through">fell short of the activity threshold
that would have made its result binding, turnout was enough to trigger a vote in Parliament.
Window size, upper activity threshold, and lower activity threshold were varied to determine the optimal values described previously and to assess the sensitivity of the results to changes in those parameters.
Two activity thresholds were used to guide classifications.
The common position modifies these original criteria by: introducing a lower financial activity threshold
of 40% after which the group can be considered mainly financial, the inclusion of financial groups with significant cross-sectoral activities in absolute figures, the possibility for authorities to exclude from the Directive a financial conglomerate that has only limited market share, and the possibility to introduce a three-year calculation period for identifying significant cross-border activities.
Also, an activity threshold
in the toadfish appears at 3 [degrees] C.
Nursing and Midwifery Council (NMC) screening teams may be awarded more powers to close FtP cases earlier as council members are set to review its activity thresholds
With the TRI Reporting Program in place, facilities meeting certain activity thresholds
must report their annual release of toxic chemicals along with other waste management action to EPA and their state.
Meteorological factors such as fluctuations in temperature, relative humidity and wind velocity also appeared to impact trapping effectiveness, but were not varied enough to produce any marked activity thresholds