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Folkscanomy: A Library of Books

Folksonomy: A system of classification derived from the practice and method of collaboratively creating and managing tags to annotate and categorize content; this practice is also known as collaborative tagging, social classification, social indexing, and social tagging. Coined by Thomas Vander Wal, it is a portmanteau of folk and taxonomy.

Folkscanomy: A collection of books and text derived from the efforts of volunteers to make information as widely available as possible. Because the metadata related to these scanned books are often done outside the library or cataloging industries, finding material can be more difficult. The Folkscanomy collection attempts to add a layer of classification for easier navigation.


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Folkscanomy: Fringe and Off-Center
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An item of curiosity and relevant research on Internet domains are the domains of all countries and territories worldwide. Sometimes you access a site with unknown end as .ac or .to and is wondering where is it? In this short e-book put together the list all fields from A to Z for consultation.
Topics: domains, web, guide
Folkscanomy: Fringe and Off-Center
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Un elemento de curiosidad y la investigación pertinente sobre dominios de internet son los dominios de todos los países y territorios del mundo. ¿A veces usted accede a un sitio desconocido final como ac o a y se pregunta donde estará? En este libro poco montar la lista todos los dominios de a la z.
Topics: internet, web, dominios
4 Layer PCB prototype
Topic: 4 Layer PCB prototype
Mendeley Climate Change Library
by A. Al-Yaari; J. P. Wigneron; W. Dorigo; A. Colliander; T. Pellarin; S. Hahn; A. Mialon; P. Richaume; R. Fernandez-Moran; L. Fan; Y. H. Kerr; G. De Lannoy
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Soil moisture (SM) is a key state variable in understanding the climate system through its control on the land surface energy, water budget partitioning, and the carbon cycle. Monitoring SM at regional scale has become possible thanks to microwave remote sensing. In the past two decades, several satellites were launched carrying on board either radiometer (passive) or radar (active) or both sensors in different frequency bands with various spatial and temporal resolutions. Soil moisture...
Topics: Active microwave remote sensing, Evaluation, International soil moisture network, Passive microwave...
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by A. B. Asumadu-Sakyi; A. G. Barnett; P. Thai; E. R. Jayaratne; W. Miller; M. H. Thompson; R. Roghani; L. Morawska
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The study aimed to identify diurnal indoor temperature patterns and quantify the impact of outdoor on indoor temperature as well as of other modifying factors. Indoor and outdoor temperatures of 77 houses in Brisbane, Australia were monitored with temperature sensors for one year (May 2017–2018). A linear mixed effect model predicted that on average, a 1 °C increase in outdoor temperature resulted in a 0.41 °C increase in indoor temperature during both the cool and warm seasons. The age of...
Topics: Indoor temperature, Linear mixed effect model, Outdoor temperature, Residential houses, Temperature...
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by A. Bhattachan; G. M. Sanchez; L. S. Smart; P. J. Taillie; R. E. Emanuel; E. L. Seekamp
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Many rural coastal regions are distinctly vulnerable to sea level rise because of their remoteness, isolation from central planning agencies, and poverty. To better plan for future sea level changes in these regions, an interdisciplinary approach to assess the social and environmental impacts of sea level rise and their dynamic feedbacks is important. In this paper, we use a socio-ecological system framework to investigate sea level rise impacts to the Albemarle-Pamlico Peninsula, a rural,...
Topics: Climate adaptation, Climate change, North Carolina, Risk perceptions, Social-ecological systems
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by A. C. Ruiz-Fernández; V. Carnero-Bravo; J. A. Sanchez-Cabeza; L. H. Pérez-Bernal; O. A. Amaya-Monterrosa; S. Bojórquez-Sánchez; P. G. López-Mendoza; J. G. Cardoso-Mohedano; R. B. Dunbar; D. A. Mucciarone; A. J. Marmolejo-Rodríguez
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Coastal vegetated habitats can be important sinks of organic carbon (C org ) and mitigate global warming by sequestering significant quantities of atmospheric CO 2 and storing sedimentary C org for long periods, although their C org burial and storage capacity may be affected by on-going sea level rise and human intervention. Geochemical data from published 210 Pb-dated sediment cores, collected from low-energy microtidal coastal wetlands in El Salvador (Jiquilisco Bay) and in Mexico (Salada...
Topics: Blue carbon, C org burial rate, C org stock, Sea level rise, Tropical salt marsh
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by A. G. Koutroulis; L. V. Papadimitriou; M. G. Grillakis; I. K. Tsanis; K. Wyser; R. A. Betts
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As freshwater availability is crucial for securing a sustainable, lower‑carbon future, there is a critical connection between water management and climate policies. Under a rapidly changing climate, it is more important than ever to estimate the degree of future water security. This is a challenging task as it depends on many different variables: the degree of warming and its consequent effects on hydrological resources, the water demand by different sectors, and the possible ameliorations or...
Topics: Adaptation, Droughts, Europe, Vulnerability, Water availability
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by A. Gomiero; R. G.J. Bellerby; M. Manca Zeichen; L. Babbini; A. Viarengo
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Recently, there has been a growing concern that climate change may rapidly and extensively alter global ecosystems with unknown consequences for terrestrial and aquatic life. While considerable emphasis has been placed on terrestrial ecology consequences, aquatic environments have received relatively little attention. Limited knowledge is available on the biological effects of increments of seawater temperature and pH decrements on key ecological species, i.e., primary producers and/or...
Topic: Ocean acidification
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by A. Holma; P. Leskinen; T. Myllyviita; K. Manninen; L. Sokka; T. Sinkko; K. Pasanen
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The EU is aiming to increase the utilisation of renewable energy to 20% of the total energy consumption by 2020. For Finland, the target is 38%. Renewable energy sources are assumed to reduce greenhouse gas emissions when compared to fossil fuels. Yet not all environmental impacts of renewable energy use are thoroughly assessed, and there are no comprehensive assessments on the impacts and risks of renewable energy production that would take into account all possible environmental impacts. We...
Topics: Energy scenarios, Environmental impacts, Expert knowledge, Qualitative, Renewable energy
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by A. J. Hester; A. J. Britton; R. L. Hewison; L. C. Ross; J. M. Potts
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Forests play a key role in climate change mitigation, adaptation and delivery of a range of ecosystem services. There is increasing evidence for impacts of climate and other drivers on plant community change, and fragmented habitats are predicted to be much less resilient to negative impacts on biodiversity and other services. Within Europe, Scotland's native forests are highly fragmented and now cover 4% of the land after many centuries of degradation and loss, but little is known about how...
Topics: Biodiversity change, Climate, Extinction-debt, Forest, Fragmentation, Pine
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by A. Kaurin; R. Mihelič; D. Kastelec; H. Grčman; D. Bru; L. Philippot; M. Suhadolc
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Climate change causes droughts, which in turn cause significant physiological stress for soil microorganisms. In this study, we investigated how the abundance of total bacterial, crenarchaeal and fungal communities and the abundance of N-cycling microbial guilds responded to a severe agricultural drought event in a long-term experiment of minimum tillage (MT) and conventional ploughing (CT) at two soil depths. Drought, defined as a reduction of soil water content and increased soil temperature,...
Topics: Ammonia-oxidising archaea, Ammonia-oxidising bacteria, Climate change, Conservation agriculture,...
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by A. Kremer; R. Stein; K. Fahl; Z. Ji; S. Wiers; J. Matthiessen; M. Forwick; L. Löwemark; M. O'Regan; J. Chen; I. Snowball
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The Yermak Plateau is located north of Svalbard at the entrance to the Arctic Ocean, i.e. in an area highly sensitive to climate change. A multi proxy approach was carried out on Core PS92/039-2 to study glacial-interglacial environmental changes at the northern Barents Sea margin during the last 160 ka. The main emphasis was on the reconstruction of sea ice cover, based on the sea ice proxy IP 25 and the related phytoplankton - sea ice index PIP 25 . Sea ice was present most of the time but...
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by A. Lagarde; L. Doyen; A. Ahad-Cissé; N. Caill-Milly; S. Gourguet; O. Le Pape; C. Macher; G. Morandeau; O. Thébaud
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This paper examines the impact of climate change on the bio-economic performance of Bay of Biscay mixed fisheries and explores the capacity of alternative management strategies to cope with these impacts. A dynamic multi-species, multi-class, multi-fleet model is developed and calibrated using available biological, economic and environmental information for French fleets. Fishing and economic data have been collected within the European Data Collection Framework. Climate represented by the sea...
Topics: Global warming, Scenarios, Sustainability
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by A. M. Laine; L. Mehtätalo; A. Tolvanen; S. Frolking; E. S. Tuittila
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Northern wetlands with organic soil i.e., mires are significant carbon storages. This key ecosystem service may be threatened by anthropogenic activities and climate change, yet we still lack a consensus on how these major changes affects their carbon sink capacities. We studied how forestry drainage and restoration combined with experimental warming, impacts greenhouse gas fluxes of wetlands with peat. We measured CO2 and CH4 during two and N2O fluxes during one growing season using the...
Topics: Greenhouse gas, Land use, Open top chamber, Peatland, Restoration
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by A. Specchiulli; L. Cilenti; R. D'Adamo; A. Fabbrocini; W. Guo; L. Huang; A. Lugliè; B. M. Padedda; T. Scirocco; P. Magni
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Coastal lagoons are highly vulnerable to climate change-related pressures, such as floods and increasing temperatures, which lead to higher oxygen consumption, anaerobic metabolism and dystrophic events. Although these factors have a significant impact on the carbon cycle, the dynamics of dissolved organic matter (DOM) in these systems have not been extensively investigated. DOM can be analytically determined from the concentration of dissolved organic carbon (DOC) and/or from the spectral...
Topics: Absorption spectra, Carbon cycling, Chromophoric dissolved organic matter, Coastal lagoons, Optical...
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by Aamir Nawab; Fahar Ibtisham; Guanghui Li; Barbara Kieser; Jiang Wu; Wenchao Liu; Yi Zhao; Yasir Nawab; Kongquan Li; Mei Xiao; Lilong An
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Worldwide, the effect of climatic variations has become a great challenge in poultry production. As global climate is changing, it alters the environmental temperatures, precipitation patterns and atmospheric carbon dioxide. Poultry farming mainly depends on climatic conditions such as temperature and humidity. Several factors can be involved but heat stress is one of most important environmental factor influencing a wide range of chickens performances including reduced feed intake which, in...
Topics: Climate change, Food safety, Heat stress, Mitigation, Poultry farming, Productivity
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by Aaron C. Greenville; David B. Lindenmayer; John W. Morgan; Dean Heinze; Graeme R. Gillespie; Luke Einoder; Alaric Fisher; Jeremy Russell-Smith; Daniel J. Metcalfe; Peter T. Green; Ary A. Hoffmann; Glenda M. Wardle
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An unprecedented rate of global environmental change is predicted for the next century. The response to this change by ecosystems around the world is highly uncertain. To address this uncertainty, it is critical to understand the potential drivers and mechanisms of change in order to develop more reliable predictions. Australia's Long Term Ecological Research Network (LTERN) has brought together some of the longest running (10–60 years) continuous environmental monitoring programs in the...
Topics: Biodiversity, Climate change, ILTER, LTERN, Long-term monitoring
Folkscanomy: A Library of Books
by Abe, Akihiro, editor; Cantow, Hans-Joachim, editor; Corradini, Paolo, editor; Dušsek, Karel, editor; Edwards, Sam, editor; Fujita, Hiroshi, editor; Glöckner, Gottfried, editor; Höcker, H., editor; Hörhold, Hans-Heinrich, editor; Kausch, H. H., editor; Kennedy, Joseph P., editor; Koenig, Jack L., editor; Ledwith, Anthony, editor; McGrath, J. E., editor; Monnerie, Lucien, editor; Okamura, S. (Seizō), editor; Overberger, Charles G., editor; Ringsdorf, Helmut, editor; Saegusa, Takeo, editor; Salamone, J. C., editor; Schrag, John L., editor; Wegner, G., editor; SpringerLink (Online service)
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Neutron Spin Echo Spectroscopy Viscoelasticity Rheology Author: Published by Springer Berlin Heidelberg ISBN: 978-3-540-62713-5 DOI: 10.1007/3-540-68449-2 Table of Contents: Neutron Spin Echo Investigations on the Segmental Dynamics of Polymers in Melts, Networks and Solutions Deformation and Viscoelastic Behavior of Polymer Gels in Electric Fields Rheology of Polymers Near Liquid-Solid Transitions
Topics: Chemistry, Polymers, Condensed matter, Chemistry, Polymer Sciences, Condensed matter
Folkscanomy: A Library of Books
by Ada-Europe International Conference on Reliable Software Technologies (9th : 2004 : Palma de Mallorca, Spain); Llamosí, Albert; Strohmeier, Alfred, 1946-
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Reliable Software Technologies - Ada-Europe 2004: 9th Ada-Europe International Conference on Reliable Software Technologies, Palma de Mallorca, Spain, June 14-18, 2004. Proceedings Author: Albert Llamosí, Alfred Strohmeier Published by Springer Berlin Heidelberg ISBN: 978-3-540-22011-4 DOI: 10.1007/b97913 Table of Contents: Benefits and Problems of Formal Methods On the Role of Conceptual Schemas in Information Systems Development An Overview of Middleware Static Deadlock Detection in the...
Topics: Computer software, Ada (Computer program language), Ada (Langage de programmation), Logiciels,...
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by Adina T. Abeles; Lauren C. Howe; Jon A. Krosnick; Bo MacInnis
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People tend to perceive their own opinions to be especially prevalent among others, especially among members of their in-groups. This paper proposes that this process operates differently in groups with prominent figures who take public stances on issues (opinion cues) that suggest what group members do or should think when some members of such groups are opinion deviant, meaning that their own opinions differ from their group's opinion cues. Two studies of Democrats', Republicans' and...
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by Adrian Chappell; Jeffrey A. Lee; Matthew Baddock; Thomas E. Gill; Jeffrey E. Herrick; John F. Leys; Beatrice Marticorena; Lynda Petherick; Kerstin Schepanski; John Tatarko; Matt Telfer; Nicholas P. Webb
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Coral reef ecosystems and the people who depend on them are increasingly exposed to the adverse effects of global environmental change (GEC), including increases in sea-surface temperature and ocean acidification. Managers and decision-makers need a better understanding of the options available for action in the face of these changes. We refine a typology of actions developed by Gattuso et al. (2015) that could serve in prioritizing strategies to deal with the impacts of GEC on reefs and...
Topics: Adaptation, Climate change, Coral reefs, Management, Ocean acidification
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Since the 1990s, the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) has used global assessments of vulnerability to inform investment and action against the effects of climate change. Beyond the IPCC, others have undertaken global assessments to understand the vulnerability of coastal areas to climate change. Eight global vulnerability assessments are compared to understand similarities and differences in their results and the metrics used to construct a vulnerability index. Variations in...
Topics: Climate change, Conceptual frameworks, Global assessments, Marine and coastal areas, Prioritizing...
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by Adrià Barbeta; J. Julio Camarero; Gabriel Sangüesa-Barreda; Lena Muffler; Josep Peñuelas
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The performance and persistence of rear-edge tree populations are relevant issues for conserving biodiversity because these stands harbor high intraspecific biodiversity and play a key role during periods of climate change. The occurrence of these populations is associated with the influence of heterogeneous topography, creating suitable refugia with regionally rare environmental conditions. Climate is changing at a global-scale, but little is known about the long-term impact on local climatic...
Topics: Ecotone, Fagus sylvatica, Fog, Mediterranean, Quercus ilex, Tree-ring width
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by Advanced Workshop on Content Computing (2004 : Zhenjiang Shi, China); Chi, Chi-Hung; Lam, Kwok Yan, 1966-
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Content Computing: Advanced Workshop on Content Computing, AWCC 2004, ZhenJiang, JiangSu, China, November 15-17, 2004. Proceedings Author: Chi-Hung Chi, Kwok-Yan Lam Published by Springer Berlin Heidelberg ISBN: 978-3-540-23898-0 DOI: 10.1007/b103383 Table of Contents: Mobility Prediction-Based Wireless Resource Allocation and Reservation An Agent-Enabled Content-Explicit Authorization Model for OGSA-Compliant Grid A Predictable Mobile Agent Computation Model and Its Fabric Architecture A Novel...
Topics: Data mining, Computer networks, Selective dissemination of information, Electronic data processing
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Sustainable vineyards soil management can help to mitigate the negative effect of intensive agriculture on soil ecosystem for the achievement of the sustainable development goals. Cover crops use as cover management in vineyard could be considered as nature based solution for soil restoration and proper water management. Cover crops (CC) provide many ecosystem services through carbon sequestration and climate change regulation, water purification and soil protection. However, a holistic...
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by Ajay Raghavendra; Liming Zhou; Yan Jiang; Wenjian Hua
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Recent studies found a long-term drought and resulting declines in vegetation greenness and canopy water content over the Congo Basin, the second largest rainforest in the world after the Amazon. Since most precipitation in tropical latitudes stems from convection, this paper analyzed 35 years of high-resolution (8 km spatial resolution and 3 h temporal resolution) satellite data to document the long-term trends in the number, size and intensity of thunderstorms activity over the Congo Basin...
Topics: Africa, And tropical convection/thunderstorms, Congo rainforest, Inter-tropical convergence zone,...
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by Albert Vilà-Cabrera; Lluís Coll; Jordi Martínez-Vilalta; Javier Retana
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As global climate becomes warmer, the maintenance of the structure and function of Mediterranean forests constitutes a key challenge to forest managers. Despite the need for forest adaptation, an overall evaluation of the efficacy of current management strategies is lacking. Here we describe a theoretical framework for classifying management strategies, explicitly recognizing trade-offs with other, untargeted ecosystem components. We then use this framework to provide a quantitative synthesis...
Topics: Climate change, Disturbance, Forest adaptation, Management strategies, Mediterranean ecosystems,...
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by Alejandra Sarmiento-Soler; Philippe Vaast; Munir P. Hoffmann; Reimund P. Rötter; Laurence Jassogne; Piet J.A. van Asten; Sophie Graefe
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Coffee cultivation is a major source of income in East Africa. Increasing temperatures and water scarcity related to climate change are becoming major challenges for coffee production. Therefore, there is an urgent need for sound scientific understanding of the functioning of current coffee cultivation systems and the potential of agroforestry as an adaptation strategy to climate change. In a smallholder coffee farm on Mt Elgon, Uganda, we assessed the effect of three coffee cultivation systems...
Topics: Agroforestry, Climate change, Coffea arabica, Musa sp., Sap flux, Transpiration
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by Aleksi Lehikoinen; Andreas Lindén; Arne Andersson; Tara L. Crewe; Erica H. Dunn; George Gregory; Lennart Karlsson; Vidar Kristiansen; Stuart Mackenzie; Steve Newman; Jan Erik Røer; Leonid V. Sokolov; Åsa Steinholtz
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Climate change has been shown to shift the seasonal timing (i.e. phenology) and distribution of species. The phenological effects of climate change on living organisms have often been tested using first occurrence dates, which may be uninformative and biased. More rarely investigated is how different phases of a phenological sequence (e.g. beginning, central tendency and end) or its duration have changed over time. This type of analysis requires continuous observation throughout the...
Topics: Avian movement, Environmental change, Global warming, Long-term monitoring
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by Alessandra Cepparulo; Giuseppe Eusepi; Luisa Giuriato
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Climate policy-making and decarbonization require instruments to create and manage economic expectations. There is increasing concern that the existing panoply of domestic (emission trading schemes, regulation, taxes) and external instruments (climate change treaties) be insufficient to anchor expectations to decarbonization and isolate abatement policies from risk to be reneged or insufficiently implemented. The paper argues that constitutional provisions could represent the help policymakers...
Topics: Climate change, Constitution, Decarbonization, Environmental performance, European Union
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by Alevtina Evgrafova; Tilman René de la Haye; Ina Haase; Olga Shibistova; Georg Guggenberger; Nikita Tananaev; Leopold Sauheitl; Sandra Spielvogel
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The vulnerability of soil organic matter (SOM) sequestered in permafrost-affected soils to climate change plays one of the key roles in the global carbon (C) cycle. However, it still remains unclear how changing soil and site-specific factors, associated with the changing depth of the permafrost table due to thawing, influence the spatial distribution and variability of soil organic carbon (SOC) and total nitrogen (N) stocks in high-latitude mineral soils. The relationships between the spatial...
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by Alex Y. Lo; Lindsay Qianqing Mai; Anna Ka yin Lee; Maria Francesch-Huidobro; Qing Pei; Ren Cong; Kang Chen
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The article explores issues about governing domestic cap-and-trade systems for mitigating carbon emissions. The implementation of these systems in China warrants investigation, because they could restructure the governing relationships between public and private actors and create conditions for networked forms of governance. The study identifies key challenges presented by an emerging network supporting carbon market development in Guangdong. It provides an assessment of network functioning in...
Topics: China, Climate change policy, Emissions trading, Governance, Network
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by Alexandre Buttler; Géraldine Mercier; Juan Quezada; Luca Bragazza; Konstantin Gavazov
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Severe constraints on grasslands productivity, ecosystem functions, goods and services are expected to result from projected warming and drought scenarios under climate change. Negative effects on vegetation can be mediated via soil fertility and water holding capacity, though specific mechanisms are fairly complex to generalise. In field drought experiments, it can be difficult to disentangle a drought effect per se from potential confounding effects related to vegetation or soil type, both...
Topics: Climate change, Fertility, Microbial activity, Microbial biomass, Organic matter, Rain shelter
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by Alina Rosenberg; Miriam Weinberger; Shlomit Paz; Lea Valinsky; Vered Agmon; Chava Peretz
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Background: Campylobacter spp. are the leading cause of foodborne infection worldwide, with a seasonal disease peak that might be affected by temperature increase. We studied the relationship between ambient temperature and weekly notified Campylobacter spp.infections. Methods: Data on 29,762 laboratory-confirmed cases of Campylobacter infection for the period, January, 1999 to December, 2010 were retrieved from the Ministry of Health registry. To estimate the association between the number of...
Topics: Age-group, Campylobacter spp., J-shape curve, Threshold
In West Africa, most palaeoenvironmental studies have focused on the role of climatic change on the environment. Because of the richness of its deposits, the Yamé River (Mali), a tributary of the Niger River, offers an opportunity to reconstruct the evolution of this fluvial system in comparison with both climatic and anthropogenic changes during the Late Holocene. To investigate more closely the spatio-temporal response of the fluvial system, sedimentary analyses were conducted on seven...
Topics: Climate change, Fluvial system, Human impact, West Africa
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by Alistair McVittie; Lorna Cole; Anita Wreford; Alessandra Sgobbi; Beatriz Yordi
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Disaster risk reduction (DRR) and climate change adaptation are connected through a common goal: reducing the impacts of extreme events and increasing resilience to disasters, particularly among vulnerable populations. By coordinating adaptation and disaster risk management policies, multiple benefits can be achieved. Ecosystem-based adaptation (EbA) offers a cost-effective adaptation and DRR at different scales and under multiple scenarios. EbA uses natural or managed ecosystem processes to...
Topics: Climate adaptation, Disaster risk management, Ecosystem-based approaches
Folkscanomy: A Library of Books
by Allouez, Claude, 1622-1689; Marquette, Jacques, 1637-1675; Neilson, J. L. Hubert (John Louis Hubert), 1845-; Literary and Historical Society of Quebec
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Topics: Illinois language -- Texts, Illinois Indians -- Missions, Jesuits -- Prayers and devotions,...
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by Allyson Williams; Shahbaz Mushtaq; Louis Kouadio; Brendan Power; Torben Marcussen; David McRae; Geoff Cockfield
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Modelling cotton production at the farm-scale provides insight into the importance of water management options in adapting to climate change, especially given the renewed focus of government policies on irrigation water access and allocations. Using an irrigated cotton farm in southern Queensland as a case study, we investigated two possible adaptation strategies in response to changes in water resources from projected climate change (CSIRO Mk3.5, A1FI scenario). The modelled farm produced...
Topics: Climate change, Climate change policy, Cotton, Farming systems
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In order to adapt civil infrastructure to changing climate conditions, quantifiable and deep uncertainties must be integrated into the decision-making process. The quantifiable uncertainties, i.e. variability for which a likelihood can be defined, are typically integrated into the management process by considering the reliability or risk level of a structure. The deep uncertainties, i.e. the variability for which a likelihood cannot be defined, are beginning to be integrated in the decision...
Topics: Adaptation, Bridge management, Climate change, Flexibility, Robust optimization
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by Amanda M. Koltz; Laura A. Burkle; Yamina Pressler; Jane E. Dell; Lora A. Richards; Shannon M. Murphy
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Climate change is drastically altering global fire regimes, which may affect the structure and function of insect communities. Insect responses to fire are strongly tied to fire history, plant responses, and changes in species interactions. Many insects already possess adaptive traits to survive fire or benefit from post-fire resources, which may result in community composition shifting toward habitat and dietary generalists as well as species with high dispersal abilities. However, predicting...
To face up abiotic resource depletion and other environmental issues as climate change due to usual fossil-based chemical production technologies, some alternative strategies have been developed using renewable resources. To produce such bio-based chemicals, renewable raw materials such as cereal crops or vegetables are currently used. To promote an environmental responsible practice, organic waste could be a relevant alternative to these dedicated crops. BIORARE technology is an innovative...
Topics: Anaerobic digestion, Biorefinery, Eco-design, Eco-efficiency, LCA, Sensitivity analysis
Folkscanomy: A Library of Books
by Amara, Susan G. (Susan Gaye), 1954- editor; Hogg, R., author; Raggenbass, M., author; Bertrand, D., author; Richter, O., author; Ludwig, B., author; Eckert, J., author; Erdmann, R., author; Andersen, C., author
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Reviews of Physiology, Biochemistry and Pharmacology Author: Published by Springer Berlin Heidelberg ISBN: 978-3-540-01365-5 DOI: 10.1007/978-3-540-36622-5 Table of Contents: Nicotinic acetylcholine receptors: from structure to brain function Cytochrome c oxidase — structure, function, and physiology of a redox-driven molecular machine Peroxisome biogenesis Channel-tunnels: outer membrane components of type I secretion systems and multidrug efflux pumps of Gram-negative bacteria
Topics: Physiology, Biochemistry, Pharmacology, Biochemistry, Pharmacology, Physiology
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by Amobichukwu C. Amanambu; Lanhai Li; Christiana N. Egbinola; Omon A. Obarein; Christophe Mupenzi; Ditao Chen
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Spatio-temporal variation in rainfall-runoff erosivity resulting from changes in rainfall characteristics due to climate change has implications for soil and water conservation in developing countries. Understanding past and future variations in rainfall-runoff erosivity and its implication, in tropical areas where there are limited continuous daily rainfall records, is important. The present study attempted to (i) quantify the nature of spatiotemporal variability of erosivity from rainfall...
Topics: Climate change, GCMs, Niger-basin, RUSLE, Rainfall-runoff erosivity, Soil erosion
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by Ana García-Vega; Francisco Javier Sanz-Ronda; Leandro Fernandes Celestino; Sergio Makrakis; Pedro M. Leunda
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Brown trout uses river flow and thermal regimens as main stimuli for initiating and maintaining behavioral reactions such as migration and spawning. Therefore, anthropogenic alterations on these factors may have strong impacts on its populations. The aim of this work is to understand these consequences by assessing potamodromous brown trout movements in the past and present, and to model future responses. For this, brown trout movements in a fishway in the Marin River (Bidasoa basin, Northern...
Topics: Climate change, Flow regulation, Potamodromous, Random forest regression, Salmo trutta
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by Anderson Rodrigo de Queiroz; Victor A.D. Faria; Luana M.M. Lima
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This work analyzes the impacts of climate change in the revenues of hydropower plants. One important input for designing and evaluating investment opportunities in hydropower is the water inflows historical data. Unfortunately, the use of such information alone may not project well the future power generation due to the influence of climate change in the water inflow patterns. This paper introduces spatio-temporal information of the future climate into the operational planning of the Brazilian...
Topics: Assured energy, Climate change, Hydro plants revenue, Hydropower generation, Water-energy nexus
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by Andong Cai; Guopeng Liang; Xubo Zhang; Wenju Zhang; Ling Li; Yichao Rui; Minggang Xu; Yiqi Luo
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Understanding drivers of straw decomposition is essential for adopting appropriate management practice to improve soil fertility and promote carbon (C) sequestration in agricultural systems. However, predicting straw decomposition and characteristics is difficult because of the interactions between many factors related to straw properties, soil properties, and climate, especially under future climate change conditions. This study investigated the driving factors of straw decomposition of six...
Topics: Agro-ecosystem, Climate, Soil properties, Straw decomposition, Straw properties
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by Andrea Duane; Núria Aquilué; Quim Canelles; Alejandra Morán-Ordoñez; Miquel De Cáceres; Lluís Brotons
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Fire regimes are shifting or are expected to do so under global change. Current fire suppression is not able to control all wildfires, and its capability to do so might be compromised under harsher climate conditions. Alternative fire management strategies may allow to counteract predicted fire trends, but we lack quantitative tools to evaluate their potential effectiveness at the landscape scale. Here, we sought to quantify changes in fire regimes induced after the implementation of different...
Topics: Climate change, Fire management, Fire regime, Landscape fire-succession model, Novel climates,...
Urban adaptation to climate change is likely to emerge from the responses of residents, authorities, and infrastructure providers to the impact of flooding, water scarcity, and other climate-related hazards. These responses are, in part, modulated by political relationships under cultural norms that dominate the institutional and collective decisions of public and private actors. The legacy of these decisions, which are often associated with investment in hard and soft infrastructure, has...
Topics: Adaptation, Agent-based model, Climate change, Flooding, Governance, Multi-criteria, Multi-scale,...
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by Andrew J. Maguire; Jan U.H. Eitel; Lee A. Vierling; Daniel M. Johnson; Kevin L. Griffin; Natalie T. Boelman; Johanna E. Jensen; Heather E. Greaves; Arjan J.H. Meddens
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The forest-tundra ecotone (FTE) is exhibiting myriad responses to rapid environmental change. Microstructural variability (at cm to m length scales) of vegetation canopies and geomorphic features may modulate the response of FTE vegetation to regional climate changes. Understanding the influence of microstructure on tree function at the FTE is particularly relevant during vulnerable early growth stages. During these stages, individual trees are tightly coupled to conditions of the surface...
Topics: Chlorophyll fluorescence, Forest-tundra ecotone, Lidar, Microstructure, Microtopography, Northern...
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by Andrew Revill; Carmen Emmel; Petra D'Odorico; Nina Buchmann; Lukas Hörtnagl; Werner Eugster
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In support of climate change mitigation strategies and food security, there is an ever-increasing requirement to understand the key drivers of cropland yields and carbon (C) budgets. Process-based crop models, driven by meteorological observations, can provide realistic simulations and diagnosis of the variability in crop C budgets. However, the field-scale observations required to validate the models, particularly across multiple growing seasons and crop types, are seldom available. This...
Topics: Crop carbon dioxide simulation, Crop growth simulation, Cropland carbon budget, Pea crop development
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by Angela Taboada; Javier Calvo-Fernández; Elena Marcos; Leonor Calvo
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Elevated atmospheric nitrogen (N) deposition is a major driver of change, altering the structure/functioning of nutrient-poor Calluna vulgaris-heathlands over Europe. These effects amply proven for north-western/central heathlands may, however, vary across the ecosystem's distribution, especially at the range limits, as heathlands are highly vulnerable to land-use changes combined with present climate change. This is an often overlooked and greatly understudied aspect of the ecology of...
Topics: Air pollution, Calluna vulgaris heathlands, Cumulative nitrogen effect, Life cycle stage, Nitrogen...
Commodore C64 Books
by Angerhausen, Michael; Hanson, Jeff; Hanson, Kirby; Lee, Arnie
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The Anatomy of the Commodore 64
Topics: lda, jsr, sta, bne, ldy, jmp, beq, ldx, cmp, program, machine language, secondary address, device...
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by Anna Lehtonen; Arto Salonen; Hannele Cantell; Laura Riuttanen
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Climate change is a wicked problem of our time. It is a phenomenon that is difficult to combat with prevailing ways of thinking and behaving related to a modern understanding of humanity and education. In this article, the challenges of sustainability education are explored from the theoretical perspective of modern dichotomies. The article argues that to combat wicked problems of sustainability, awareness of interconnectedness is vital. In order to increase the understanding of what kind of...
Topics: Climate change, Climate change education, Interconnectedness, Modern dichotomies, Sustainability...
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Aquatic macrophytes living within shallow lakes are particularly sensitive to climate change and fluctuations in water depth. In the Dabubian Lowland of southwestern Slovakia, sediments from the large, shallow palaeolake, named Šúr, provide a unique opportunity to reconstruct changes in water depth to analyse succession within local aquatic and terrestrial vegetation. Here, we used a multi-core, multi-proxy approach (macrofossils, pollen, and geochemistry) in order to reconstruct water depth...
Topics: Multi-proxy, Palaeohydrology, Palaeorecord heterogeneity, Pannonian Basin
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by Anne Lemahieu; Lucy Scott; Willem S. Malherbe; Paubert Tsimanaoraty Mahatante; José Victor Randrianarimanana; Shankar Aswani
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Southwest Madagascar is a region that is significantly impacted upon by climate change. As in a lot of developing countries, the livelihoods of many communities in this region are dependent on fishing. This makes these communities particularly vulnerable to climate-related changes. We conducted a survey in two coastal fishing communities in the Toliara Province, Ambola and Ambotsibotsike. Using a free listing exercise, semi-structured interviews and focus group methods, we documented local...
Topics: Climate change perception, Local ecological knowledge, Madagascar, Traditional small-scale fisheries
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by Anne Marie Bacon; Nicolas Bourgon; Elise Dufour; Clément Zanolli; Philippe Duringer; Jean Luc Ponche; Pierre Olivier Antoine; Laura Shackelford; Nguyen Thi Mai Huong; Thongsa Sayavonkhamdy; Elise Patole-Edoumba; Fabrice Demeter
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The Nam Lot site in Laos and the hominin-bearing Duoi U'Oi site in Vietnam are dated to MIS 5 (86–72 ka) and MIS 4 (70–60 ka), respectively. Located in the same latitudinal belt ~20°N in the north of the Indochinese area, the faunal assemblages recovered from breccia deposits in a karstic context have the potential to provide information on the palaeoenvironmental conditions faced by earliest modern humans when they entered the Southeast Asian mainland. Here, zooarchaeological evidence of...
Topics: Hominins, Laos, MIS 5–4, Mammalian faunas, Palaeoenvironment, Vietnam
Globally, transportation and manufacturing emit large amount of greenhouse gases that needs to be lowered for reaching agreed upon clim ate goals. In this context evidence of mitigation activities among eighty-five companies and their forty-five parent companies in these two polluting sectors were traced focusing on a country that has committed itself to leading the implementation of ambitious climate-mitigation goals worldwide. Documentation from the companies in the transportation and...
Topics: Climate change, Manufacturing, Policy measures, Transportation sector
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by Anoma Ariyawardana; Lilly Lim-Camacho; Steven Crimp; Michael Wellington; Simon Somogyi
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The viability of climate adaptation strategies adopted by agrifood companies rely heavily on how well consumers understand, accept and/or select commodities and their willingness to bare some of the cost of adaptation. To understand this issue in more detail, a survey was undertaken of 1532 Australian consumers to investigate how they respond to adaptation strategies in terms of acceptance and willingness to pay. The survey results contained in this paper focus on three product categories –...
Topics: Agrifood, Australia, Climate Change, Incremental Adaptation, Transformational Adaptation
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by Antonio GM La Viña; Joyce Melcar Tan; Teresa Ira Maris Guanzon; Mary Jean Caleda; Lawrence Ang
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Nearly a decade after the Philippines began promoting renewable energy through legislation, the country has seen gains and encountered roadblocks in its transition to low carbon. This paper examines the Philippines’ experience in attempting to escape conditions of lock-in and path dependency on fossil fuels, and attempting a governed transition to low-carbon energy sources. The Philippines is a developing country with substantial economic growth aspirations, yet it is among the most...
Topics: Climate change, Energy transition, Philippines, Trilemma
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by Antonios Konstantas; Harish K. Jeswani; Laurence Stamford; Adisa Azapagic
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This study evaluates life cycle environmental impacts associated with chocolate products made and consumed in the UK. The paper focuses on three representative chocolate products occupying 90% of the market: ‘moulded chocolate’, ‘chocolate countlines’ and ‘chocolates in bag’. The impacts were estimated using life cycle assessment (LCA) as a tool and following the ReCiPe impact assessment method. The water footprint was also considered. For example, the global warming potential...
Topics: Chocolate, Climate change, Environmental sustainability, Food supply chains, Life cycle assessment
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by Antonín Knížek; Ksenyia Dryahina; Patrik Španěl; Petr Kubelík; Ladislav Kavan; Markéta Zukalová; Martin Ferus
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The era of fossil fuels is slowly nearing its inevitable end and the urgency of alternative energy sources basic research, exploration and testing becomes ever more important. Storage and alternative production of energy from fuels, such as methane, represents one of the many alternative approaches. Natural gas containing methane represents a powerful source of energy producing large volume of greenhouse gases. However, methane can be also produced in closed, CO2-neutral cycles. In our study,...
Topics: Biogas analysis, Carbon dioxide, FTIR, Global warming, Photocatalytic reduction
Folkscanomy: A Library of Books
by ANTS (Symposium : Algorithmic number theory) (6th : 2004 : Burlington, Vt.); Buell, Duncan A; LINK (Online service)
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Algorithmic Number Theory: 6th International Symposium, ANTS-VI, Burlington, VT, USA, June 13-18, 2004, Proceedings Author: Duncan Buell Published by Springer Berlin Heidelberg ISBN: 978-3-540-22156-2 DOI: 10.1007/b98210 Table of Contents: Computing Zeta Functions via p-Adic Cohomology Using Primitive Subgroups to Do More with Fewer Bits Elliptic Curves of Large Rank and Small Conductor Binary GCD Like Algorithms for Some Complex Quadratic Rings On the Complexity of Computing Units in a Number...
Topics: Number theory, Nombres, Théorie des, Théorie des nombres algébriques, Algorithmische...
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by Anya M. Hopple; Laurel Pfeifer-Meister; Cassandra A. Zalman; Jason K. Keller; Malak M. Tfaily; Rachel M. Wilson; Jeffrey P. Chanton; Scott D. Bridgham
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Solid-phase soil organic matter is the largest carbon (C)pool in peatlands and, as such, has long been assumed to be the primary substrate driving anaerobic respiration in these systems. However, radiocarbon data from previous field samples suggest that dissolved organic matter (DOM)plays a key, and often dominant, role in fueling heterotrophic respiration across a variety of peatlands. In this study, we manipulated available C sources under laboratory conditions to empirically determine the...
Topics: Anaerobic respiration, Dissolved organic matter, Methanogenesis, Peatland
Folkscanomy: A Library of Books
by Arcangeli, R. (Rémi); Lopez de Silanes, María Cruz; Torrens, Juan José
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Multidimensional Minimizing Splines: Theory and Applications Author: Rémi Arcangéli, María Cruz López de Silanes, Juan José Torrens Published by Springer US ISBN: 978-1-4020-7786-9 DOI: 10.1007/b130045 Table of Contents: The spaces Xm, s Interpolating (m, s)-Splines Smoothing (m, s)-Splines (m,l,s)-Splines Dm-Splines Over Ω Discrete Dm-Splines Univariate Dm-Splines Construction of Explicit Surfaces from Large Data Sets Approximation of Faulted Explicit Surfaces Fitting an Explicit Surface...
Topics: Spline theory, Approximation theory
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by Ari Caramanica; Jeffrey Quilter; Luis Huaman; Fiorella Villanueva; Claudia R. Morales
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The transition from the Middle Preceramic (8000–4500 cal BP) to the Late Preceramic Period (4450–3800 cal BP) in coastal Perú witnessed a dramatic change in both resource management and subsistence practices: lomas environments were abandoned in favor of riparian and littoral ecozones, while hunting and gathering was increasingly replaced by agriculture. The reason behind this transition remains a subject of debate; it has been attributed to population pressure, the development of...
Topics: Agriculture, Archaeobotany, Central coast Peru, ENSO adaptation, Ecological niches, Environmental...
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by Ariane Goetz; Tim Searchinger; Tim Beringer; Laura German; Ben McKay; Gustavo de L.T. Oliveira; Carol Hunsberger
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The special issue Scaling up bioenergy? identifies major policy expectations attached to biofuels production worldwide, and it provides systematic reviews of actual biofuel performance and governance in these areas. Papers address the extent to which policy expectations related to climate change mitigation, energy security, rural livelihoods and risk mitigation have been achieved, and the effectiveness of public and private governance in advancing sector sustainability. Building on these...
Topics: Biofuels, Sustainability, Upscaling
Folkscanomy: Fringe and Off-Center
by Arnold Glenn; Suzanne Kyle; Lyryx Learning
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This new text by G. Arnold and S. Kyle, developed in collaboration by Athabasca University and Lyryx, is intended for the second of two in Intermediate Financial Accounting courses. It presumes that students have already completed the Introductory Financial Accounting, and the first Intermediate Financing Accounting course. The text reflects both current International Financial Reporting Standards (IFRS) and ASPE. This text covers all topics essential to a second level Intermediate Accounting...
Topics: Economics, Business administration, Accounting, Financial accounting, Textbooks
Source: https://lyryx.com/products/accounting/intermediate-financial-accounting-volume-2/
Categorical Decomposition Techniques in Algebraic Topology: International Conference in Algebraic Topology, Isle of Skye, Scotland, June 2001 Author: Gregory Arone, John Hubbuck, Ran Levi, Michael Weiss Published by Birkhäuser Basel ISBN: 978-3-0348-9601-6 DOI: 10.1007/978-3-0348-7863-0 Table of Contents: The Functor T and the Cohomology of Mapping Spaces On Morava K-theories of an S-arithmetic Group Ext Groups for the Composition of Functors Homotopy Operations and Rational Homotopy Type The...
Topics: Mathematics, Algebra, Algebraic topology, Algebra, Algebraic topology, Mathematics
The rising construction output in India and its future potential, fuelled by rapid economic growth and socio-economic transitions, has necessitated sustainability integration into lifecycles of construction projects. The imperatives and implications of this integration transcend India's boundaries by influencing the global efforts in mitigating climate change and realizing the sustainable development goals. Yet, there is lack of studies that synthesize and critically evaluate the available...
Topic: Triple Bottom Line
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This is the first quantitative study of temporal assemblage turnovers of the relationships between intertidal foraminifera. Time series datasets collected from tropical Caroni Swamp and Claxton Bay (Trinidad, SE Caribbean) and temperate Cowpen Marsh (NE England, U.K.) and Bay of Cadiz (SW Spain) were used. The assemblage turnover index (ATI) examined species interrelationships through comparisons of monthly or biweekly species proportional abundances over one or two years. Species contributing...
Topics: Foraminifera, Intertidal, Seasonal, Trends, Turnover
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by Ashton Montrone; Laurel Saito; Peter J. Weisberg; Meredith Gosejohan; Kyle Merriam; John F. Mejia
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Vernal pools are seasonal wetlands that have a high diversity of endemic and native plant species, yet they are threatened by agricultural conversion and urban development and face threats posed by climate change resulting from altered precipitation and temperature regimes. We developed an approach to investigate the potential impacts of climate change on hydrology and vegetation communities of vernal pools by creating a mass-balance hydrologic model that is coupled to a statistical model of...
Topics: Ephemeral pool, Hydrologic modeling, Hydroperiod, Seasonal wetland, Wetland plants
Folkscanomy: A Library of Books
by Association for Computing Machinery. German Chapter. Tagung (1st : 1987 : Nuremberg, Germany); Balzert, Helmut; Heyer, Gerd; Lutze, Rainer
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Expertensysteme ’87 Konzepte und Werkzeuge Author: Dr.-Ing. Helmut Balzert, Dr. phil. Gerd Heyer, Dr.-Ing. Rainer Lutze Published by Vieweg+Teubner Verlag ISBN: 978-3-519-02449-1 DOI: 10.1007/978-3-322-94662-1 Table of Contents: KOFIS: ein Expertensystem zur integrierten Dokumenten- und Wissensverwaltung Programming-by-Example in einer interaktiven, formularorientierten Umgebung Eine Wissensbasierte Schnittstelle — Vermittler Zwischen Mensch und Maschine FORK: A System for Object- and...
Topics: Expert systems (Computer science), Expert systems (Computer science)
Folkscanomy: A Library of Books
by Associazione italiana per l'intelligenza artificiale. Congress (6th : 1999 : Bologna, Italy); Lamma, E. (Evelina), 1960-; Mello, P. (Paola), 1958-
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AI*IA 99: Advances in Artificial Intelligence: 6th Congress of Italian Association for Artificial Intelligence Bologna, Italy, September 14–17, 1999 Selected Papers Author: Evelina Lamma, Paola Mello Published by Springer Berlin Heidelberg ISBN: 978-3-540-67350-7 DOI: 10.1007/3-540-46238-4 Table of Contents: Generalized default logic: minimal knowledge, autoepistemic and default reasoning reconciled A Description Logic for Image Retrieval Certainty-factor-like Structures in Bayesian Networks...
Topics: Artificial intelligence, WWW, internet, planification, système multi-agent, apprentissage...