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  2. Humboldt manufactures construction materials testing equipment for use with soil, concrete, cement and asphalt materials. Humboldt has geotechnical and soil mechanics equipment like triaxial, consolidation and direct shear involving ASTM standards.

  3. Alexander von Humboldt - Wikipedia

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    Friedrich Wilhelm Heinrich Alexander von Humboldt (14 September 1769 – 6 May 1859) was a German polymath, geographer, naturalist, explorer, and proponent of Romantic philosophy and science. He was the younger brother of the Prussian minister, philosopher, and linguist Wilhelm von Humboldt (1767–1835).

  4. Cal Poly Humboldt

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    Cal Poly Humboldt is a place for students with a spirit of adventure and a passion for making a difference in the world. At Humboldt, you'll explore new ideas while learning more about yourself. Your professors will know you by name, and your education will go beyond the classroom with original research and real-world projects.

  5. Calif. state park road closed after landslide, earthquakes

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    Humboldt Redwoods State Park is home to the largest collection of ancient redwoods on the planet, with old-growth redwood forest occupying about one-third of the 53,000-acre park.

  6. Wilhelm von Humboldt - Wikipedia

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    Humboldt was born in Potsdam, Margraviate of Brandenburg, and died in Tegel, Province of Brandenburg. Humboldt's father, Alexander Georg von Humboldt, belonged to a prominent Pomeranian family. Although not one of the titled gentry, he was a major in the Prussian Army, who had served with the Duke of Brunswick.

  7. Cal Poly Humboldt

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    Discover Humboldt! Get a Glimpse of Campus 360° Campus Tour Schedule a Visit Meet with a Counselor Interactive map Getting to Humboldt A Picture is Worth a Thousand Words! Explore Student Life Galleries Student Life Hands on Learning Exploring the Area Around Campus Discover Yourself at Humboldt Discover Yourself at Humboldt State

  8. Alexander von Humboldt – Wikipedia

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    Alexander von Humboldt (Gemälde von Joseph Karl Stieler, 1843) . Friedrich Wilhelm Heinrich Alexander von Humboldt (* 14.September 1769 in Berlin; † 6. Mai 1859 ebenda) war ein deutscher Forschungsreisender mit einem weit über Europa hinausreichenden Wirkungsfeld. In seinem über einen Zeitraum von mehr als sieben Jahrzehnten entstandenen Gesamtwerk schuf er „einen neuen Wissens- und ...

  9. Humboldt County 825 5th Street Eureka, CA 95501 Phone: Staff Directory. Site Links. Home; Site Map; Accessibility; Website Question/Comment; Customer Satisfaction Survey /QuickLinks.aspx. Government Websites by CivicPlus ...

  10. A student may not take a course at Cal Poly Humboldt, repeat it at another college, and then use the repeat policy to remove the Cal Poly Humboldt course from the grade point average. If you are interested in repeating a course with grades averaged, submit a Petition for Exception to University Policy to the Office of the Registrar, SBS 133, if ...

  11. Welcome To Humboldt. It’s a land of giants and enchantment featuring the world famous Redwood National Park, Avenue of the Giants and Lost Coast, surprising cultural experiences in Victorian towns and seaports, and a wild and hairy side compliments of Bigfoot. With each step, you will find sights most extraordinary. Enjoy your adventure.