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  • ISCP2019
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  • Photographs
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  • UNIVERSIDADE FEDERAL DA PARAÍBA - UFPBCENTRO DE CIÊNCIAS SOCIAIS APLICADAS - CCSADEPARTAMENTO DE CIÊNCIA DA INFORMAÇÃO - DCIBACHARELADO EM ARQUIVOLOGIADisciplina: Tecnologia Da Informação IDocente: PROF. DR. Wagner Junqueira De Araujo
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  • After sixty years service of Qinghai-Tibet Road, highway joining Golmud and Lhasa was aboutto build. The design scheme for bridge constructed in cold and high-altitude environment needed to beanalyzed. Given the complicated geological and ecological conditions plus high seismic-risk, steelconcretecomposite bridge was recommended. An integral concrete-steel composite girder (ICG)scheme for permafrost region application was proposed, whose highlights mainly included millfabrication,overall-girder-erection, fast construction, less labour consumed by cast-in-situ. Field testfor pile freeze back in permafrost region was carried out to investigate the solid bond formation time.Freeze back test was in the backdrop of the construction of Chala Ping Bridge. Pile freeze back fieldtest could be a practical reference for the small-span bridge construction schedule drafting inpermafrost region.
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  • Questionnaires for Phase 2
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  • Introduction Methods
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  • An unpublished piece written as an op-ed and submitted to local newspapers. It advocates for the CSU system to join the UC in cancelling the big journal subscription package.
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  • The Caenorhabditis Intervention Testing Program (CITP) is a multi-institutional program that seeks robust and reproducible pro-longevity interventions that are efficacious across genetically diverse cohorts in the Caenorhabditis genus. The project features a unique design in which multiple experimental replicates are collected by three different laboratories at discrete locations for all candidate compounds tested. To limit confounding factors that may influence experimental reproducibility, we develop standardized operating procedures (SOPs) for all experimental procedures. Here we provide the CITP SOP for conducting a lifespan assay using the Automated Lifespan Machine.
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  • List of B12-dependent enzymes found in 3 hypersaline metagenomic datasets.HMMs
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  • Achieving sustainable development is regarded as a complex task and the SDGs have been designed to serve asguidelines for such goal. Since wetlands provide a wide range of environmental services to humanity, focusingon these ecosystems is crucial for achieving sustainable development in the countries in which the wetlands arelocated. The main objectives of this research were to: 1) Understand the SDG targets that should be prioritized inorder to achieve sustainable development in specific iconic wetlands around the world, 2) identify feed backs andsynergies across targets from a wetland perspective and 3) illustrate how wetland research can help achieve specificSDG targets. Data was collected on 36 wetlands across 5 continents and 17 countries by means of a questionnaireanswered by 40 wetland researchers of the Global Ecohydrological Network (GWEN– www.gwennetwork.se) anddesigned by a selected group of these researchers during a meeting held in April in Santa Marta, Colombia in April2018. Collected data were analyzed via both one-mode undirected and bipartite directed networks to answer thefirst two objectives.We found that of the 33 SDG targets that are wetland-related and that were previously selectedfor the study, four were considered a priority by at least 20 of the researchers: the Targets being 6.3 – “Improvewater quality”, 2.4 – “Ensure sustainable and resilient food production systems”, 8.4 – “Sustainable Consumptionand Production” and 12.2 – “Sustainable management of resources”. Furthermore, targets 12.2, 6.3 and 2.4resulted being the most influential by enabling and reinforcing the largest number of targets. However, target 2.4counteracted and constrained the largest amount of targets, but at a much smaller scale than when compared toits positive influence. The network analysis resulted in the identification of four wetland groups with distinctiveSDG-target bundles that researchers considered should be addressed as priority. We further illustrate for a particulariconic and degraded tropical wetland in Colombia, the Ciénaga Grande de Santa Marta, how hydrogeodesy (i.e.by Interferometric Synthetic Aperture Radar – InSAR) and ecohydrology studies can give valuable information tosome of these priority SDG targets in the region.
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