Contributors:Nikolay Kalanda, Marta Yarmolich, Alexander Petrov, Igor Raevski, Stanislav Kubrin, Svetlana Raevskaya, Ivan Bobrikov, Andrei Lazavenka, Dong-Hyun Kim
Sr2FeMoO6–x polycrystalline samples with different oxygen content (6-x) and various degrees of superstructural ordering of Fe/Mo cations (P) were obtained by the solid-phase method from the SrFeO2.52 and SrMoO4 precursors. From the investigation on the influence of oxygen non-stoichiometry and the P parameter on the magnetic properties of Sr2FeMoO6–x, it was found that with an increase in P and a decrease in the (6 - x) value from 5.99 to 5.94, an increase in the magnetization values is observed in the temperature range 77–600 K. For all the Sr2FeMoO6–xsamples there is a tendency that P value rises with increasing x, where, accordingly, the volume fraction of regions in which there are no anti-structural defects increases as well. This is also indicated by Mössbauer spectroscopy data, confirming an increase in the area of the S1 sextet corresponding to Fe ions in highly ordered regions and a decrease in the area of the S2 sextet associated with disordered regions. Using the temperature scanning method, the temperatures of the onset and completion of the transition from the paramagnetic to the ferrimagnetic state and, correspondingly, the blurring width of the transition have been estimated. It turned out that with decreasing P, the blurring of the transition increases, which is associated with an increase in the concentration of anti-structural defects.
Contributors:Ronczka, Mathias, Günther, Thomas, Grinat, Michael
Monitoring data for the three test sites CLIWAT1, CLIWAT2 and goCAM1
This research aims to investigate how much the influence of principal’s leadership, teacher professional allowance and school climate affects teachers’ performance by addressing these five points: 1) how principals exercise their leadership skills; 2) how the teacher professional allowance works; 3) how the school climate is; 4) how teachers perform; 5) how much the aspect of principal’s leadership, teacher professional allowance, and school climate contribute to teachers’ overall performance. This research uses qualitative method and utilizes survey as the design. To explain the issue, it employs methodological approach with positivistic perspective and scientific approach through pedagogical and psychological perspectives. Total of 85 participants were selected from 610 population using accidental sampling technique. The data were collected using survey and documentations, then analyzed using Multiple Linear Regression Testing with three predictors. The data analysis in this research suggests some key findings: First, the principal’s leadership skill is on low range with score of 40%. Second, the teacher professional allowance is on moderate range with score of 48.2%. Third, the school climate is reported to be moderate with score of 32.9%. Fourth, the teachers’ performance is considered moderate with score of 40%. Fifth, the Multiple Linear Regression Testing reveals the influence rate of principal’s leadership, teacher professional allowance, and school climate on teachers’ performance is as follows: regression equation Ŷ=100.629+0.022X1+0.083X2+0.256X3, with Fcount of 4.661. The fact that Fcount is bigger than Ftable (2.72), and its sig value is smaller than 0.05 (0.005 < 0.05), it indicates that there is a significant influence of principal’s leadership, teacher professional allowance, and school climate on teachers’ performance are R = 0,384 and R2 = 0,116.
Contributors:Ashmarov, Igor Anatol'evich
The article considers modern Orthodox periodicals that are of interest to historical scholars as sources, as well as the concept of source studies in the modern perspective of the situation of the Russian Orthodox Church. The author of the article considers the modern media of the two dioceses of the Russian Orthodox Church: Voronezh and St. Petersburg, as well as their social significance. The article analyzes the printed and electronic editions of the St. Petersburg diocese "Living Water", reflects the ideological and thematic originality and purpose of this church magazine. The result of the author’s work is certain conclusions that reproduce the discourse of the Russian Orthodox Church in modern printed Russian media.
We present the first critical review of all Formicidae species found on Crete. Samples were collected from 302 localities, dispersed on the whole island (Prefectures of Chania – 75, Heraklion – 86, Lasithi – 74 and Rethymnon – 67). As a result, we present a detailed catalogue of 100 Cretan ant species, representatives of 6 subfamilies and 28 genera, with keys to their determination. The most diverse genera are Temnothorax (17 species), Camponotus (11) and Tetramorium (9). Additionally, we provide the very first documentation of Tapinoma festae male genitalia. All species and keys to their determination are illustrated, short notes on their biology, as well as maps on their distribution on the island, are also given.
Among 18 known endemic species 89% belong to the Myrmicinae subfamily. With 8 endemic species the Temnothorax genus is the most diverse in this group. Among all species recorded from Crete we could distinguish 14 chorotypes. The dominant groups are chorotypes of species more or less widely spread in the Mediterranean countries. They represent 59% of known ant fauna of Crete. Among them the dominant are Mediterranean (23%), Aegaean (13%) and NE-Mediterranean (9%). Nevertheless, alarming is also a high percentage of invasive taxa recorded from the island (10%).
Contributors:Emilie Ramsahai, Vrijesh Tripathi, Melford John
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This topic deals with the advance in information technology is changing the educational process both formal and informal in many ways making learning more flexible and tailor made to individuals needs.