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Sample records for argentina implicancias paleoambientales

  1. PRIMER REGISTRO DE TERMITEROS FÓSILES PARA EL PLEISTOCENO TARDÍO DE LA REGIÓN MESOPOTÁMICA (ARGENTINA: IMPLICANCIAS PALEOAMBIENTALES

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    Georgina Erra

    2015-11-01

    Full Text Available RESUMENEn esta contribución se da a conocer el primer registro de termiteros fósiles para la región Mesopotámica de Argentina, y su disposición espacial, al tiempo que se discuten sus afinidades taxonómicas e implicancias paleoambientales. Las estructuras fósiles pertenecen a nidificaciones de insectos sociales atribuibles a miembros de la Familia Termitidae, y se ubican en la zona de contacto entre la base de la Fm. Toropí/Yupoí (Pleistoceno tardío y el tope de la Fm. Ituzaingó (Mioceno tardío-Plioceno. Se las identifica en los alrededores del Arroyo Toropí (28°36’ S y 59°02’ W, Departamento Bella Vista, provincia de Corrientes. El estudio de las nidificaciones y su disposición espacial se realizó en cinco campos de termiteros mediante su relevamiento y descripción morfológica. La morfología de las estructuras estudiadas coincide claramente con la de los nidos de termitas, en donde resulta característica una fuerte muralla externa. La caracterización de campo, yacencia, desarrollo, frecuencia, tamaños e interrelaciones de los termiteros fósiles y actuales sugieren una estrecha similitud con montículos del género Cornitermes. La morfología presente muestra también cierta semejanza con Tacuruichnus farinai, descripta para el Piso/Edad Marplatense (Plioceno de la región Pampeana. Por otro lado, el análisis fitolítico indicó que las cantidades y las morfologías fitolíticas son semejantes tanto en los termiteros actuales como en los fósiles. Desde un punto de vista paleoambiental, la abundancia de estos termiteros en el contacto entre las mencionadas unidades indicaría la existencia de suelos bien desarrollados, con abundante vegetación graminosa y condiciones húmedas y cálidas con estacionalidad marcada.ABSTRACTIn this contribution we show the first termite nests fossil record presence from the Mesopotamian region of Argentina and its spatial distribution. At the same time taxonomic affinities and

  2. Argentina y la bipolaridad Estados Unidos-China: Implicancias de un escenario posible

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    Roberto Miranda

    2012-01-01

    Full Text Available En el presente siglo Argentina afrontó dos situaciones internacionales bien diferentes. Una fue la ventaja comercial obtenida gracias a la gravitación mundial de Asia y, sobre todo, al vínculo especial con China. Este país representó un punto de apoyo coyuntural. Otra situación fue la marginación de Argentina del poder inversor transnacional por la interposición norteamericana. El escenario posible de una bipolaridad entre Estados Unidos y China no sería una buena noticia para el país sudamericano. Por un lado Argentina no sólo pretende la persistencia del vínculo con China, también quiere una agenda más amplia y densa con esta potencia, la cual parece poco probable. Por otra parte le ha resultado complicado reducir la dependencia estructural con Estados Unidos, la cual el hegemón, por razones de diseño estratégico, se la hizo sentir en temas como el de las inversiones. Justamente, por un motivo y otro, la bipolaridad podría ser una limitante de la permisividad internacional de Argentina, después de haber disfrutado de ella.

  3. La pesca artesanal en la Cuenca del Plata (Argentina y sus implicancias en la conservación de la biodiversidad Artisanal fish at del Plata basin (Argentina and its implications for the biodiversity conservation

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    Juan Miguel Iwaszkiw

    2011-06-01

    Full Text Available El objetivo del presente trabajo es considerar distintos aspectos que surgen del análisis de las exportaciones pesqueras provenientes de la pesca comercial artesanal de la Cuenca del Plata, Argentina. Se trata de identificar aquellos impactos vinculados a las prácticas pesqueras sobre las poblaciones naturales involucradas y los compromisos relacionados con la conservación de la biodiversidad de la ictiofauna de la cuenca. Se analizan 17 años de datos de las pesquerías comerciales artesanales correspondientes al tramo argentino del río Paraná sobre registros oficiales de los productos pesqueros exportados para distintas especies durante el período 1994-2010. Los registros de los productos exportados expresados en toneladas en peso (ton se refieren particularmente a especies autóctonas de gran tamaño e interés comercial como el sábalo (Prochilodus lineatus, la boga (Leporinus obtusidens, la tararira (Hoplias malabaricus, el surubí (Pseudoplatystoma spp., el dorado (Salminus brasiliensis y el patí (Luciopimelodus pati, además de varias especies acompañantes en las capturas como bagres, armados y pejerreyes (Odontesthes bonariensis. Las exportaciones pesqueras muestran un incremento sumamente importante con un total de 331.517 ton para el período 1994-2010. La especie blanco de la pesquería es el sábalo con 88,77 % de las exportaciones totales y le siguen en orden de importancia la tararira con el 4,16 %, la boga con el 3,70 %, el patí con un 1,35 % y otras especies de menor captura. Los países de destino de los productos pesqueros son Brasil, Colombia, Bolivia y Nigeria, entre otros. Sin embargo, desde el 2003, Colombia compra en promedio el 50 % del total de las exportaciones pesqueras de la Argentina. El análisis de los datos históricos de las exportaciones pesqueras (1994-2010 evidencia la necesidad de implementar medidas mas claras sobre el control y manejo de los recursos pesqueros y las posibles implicancias derivadas

  4. El picudo del algodonero en la Argentina: Principales resultados e implicancias de los estudios moleculares The cotton boll weevil in Argentina: Main results and implications of the molecular studies

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    Analía A. Lanteri; Confalonieri, Viviana A.; M. Amalia Scataglini

    2003-01-01

    Después de diez años del primer registro del picudo del algodonero, Anthonomus grandis Boheman (Coleoptera, Curculionidae), en la Argentina, el insecto ha llegado a la zona algodonera del Chaco. Los estudios moleculares realizados sobre poblaciones de la Argentina, Brasil y Paraguay, y posibles poblaciones fuente de EE.UU y México, han aportado información relevante para el control de la plaga. Se aplicaron las técnicas de RAPD (Polimorfismos del ADN Amplificados al Azar) y de secuenciación d...

  5. The first rodent from the Marino Formation (Miocene) at Divisadero Largo (Mendoza Argentina) and its biochronological implications El primer roedor de la Formación Marino (Mioceno) en Divisadero Largo (Mendoza, Argentina) y sus implicancias biocronológicas

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    Esperanza Cerdeño; M. Guiomar Vucetich

    2007-01-01

    A new significant mammal fossil from the Marino Formation in the area of Divisadero Largo (Mendoza, Argentina) is described herein. The material consists of a mandibular fragment with the right series p4-m3 of the rodent Scleromys sp. It is compared with the Santacrucian species S. osbornianus Ameghino and S. angustus Ameghino, and with S. quadrangulatus Kramarz from the Pinturas Formation, all of them from the Santa Cruz Province. At the same time, the studied fossil presents a combination o...

  6. Estado actual del registro de escamados extinguidos de América del Sur y sus implicancias paleoambientales

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    Albino, Adriana María

    1994-01-01

    Full Text Available The record of the South American fossil Squamata extends from the Late Cretaceous to the Holocene. The recorded families are Iguanidae s.l., Teiidae, Gekkonidae, ?Scincidae, Amphisbaenidae, Boidae, Aniliidae, Colubridae and Viperidae Dinilysiidae from the Late Cretaceous of Patagonia and Palaeopheidae from the Late Eocene of Ecuador are the only known extinct recorded families. The families distribution during the Cretaceous and most of the Tertiary apparently was more extensive than at present, due to more generalized subtropical climatic conditions. The geological events during the Cenozoic would have caused climatic and environmental changes that would have favoured the appeareance of new adaptative types and the restriction in the distribution of many forms.

  7. Análisis y edad de la sección calcárea de la Formación Las Chilcas (Chile y sus implicancias para la correlación con unidades de Argentina

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    Maísa A. Tunik

    2008-09-01

    Full Text Available La Formación Las Chilcas es una unidad volcaniclástica que posee depósitos calcáreos en la vertiente oriental de la Cordillera de la Costa y en la depresión central de Chile. Diferentes reconstrucciones paleogeográficas la han relacionado con las Formaciones Algarrobo y Quiriquina producto de la ingresión marina maastrichtiana del Pacífico y alternativamente con la ingresión marina maastrichtiana procedente del Atlántico. Esta impresión ha sido registrada en el sector andino con los depósitos de la Formación Saldeño, unos kilómetros al este del Paso de Piúquenes cerca de los 33°30´ latitud sur. Estudios paleoambientales y paleontológicos indican que los sedimentos de la Formación Las Chilcas se desarrollaron en un ambiente marino somero con influencias mareales durante el Cretácico temprano. Los resultados de este trabajo permiten desvincular definitivamente a estos sedimentos calcáreos de los sedimentos de la Formación Saldeño y de los de la Formación Quiriquina y sus equivalentes temporales. De esta manera, queda descartada una posible comunicación entre los océanos Atlántico y Pacífico a la latitud de 33°30´ latitud sur durante el Cretácico tardío. Estos datos muestran claramente un levantamiento de los Andes para el Cretácico tardío a estas latitudes.

  8. Argentina

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    The history of Argentina nuclear development can be summarized into two periods: 'splendour' and 'stand-by'. The former starting in the decade of the 1950s until the late 1970s while the latter period goes from the late 1970s to 2006. The first period (1950-1980) was characterized by a national policy of scientific and technological development; State intervention in the area of industrial production. The military aspects, if any, were marginal in the context of the overall development. During this period, important public scientific technological projects were carried out: the production and sale of experimental reactors, nuclear plants (Atucha I and Embalse), and some projects aimed to developing national industry. The stimulus experienced in the country in this period accompanied the role of nuclear technology worldwide due to the Cold War and the persuasion factor among the main powers. However, during the 1970s and 1980s the whole world started questioning these technologies which ran parallel to the liberalization of the countries economies. The second period (1980s onwards) was characterized by many economic problems and the consequent transitory stop of national nuclear projects; e.g. Argentina transitory stopped its third nuclear plant (at present under construction). At that moment, neoliberal politics were aimed at reducing the role of the State and promoting privatization, separating nuclear projects from governmental control, trying to privatize the nuclear plants, and cutting scientific budgets. Argentina has two nuclear power plants in operation providing 8.6% of the total country's electricity. A third one, 692 MW(e) power reactor PHWR Atucha-2 construction was stopped in the 1990s and re-started in 2007 it is expected to be in commercial operation by 2011). Argentina nuclear power plants utility, NA S.A. is preparing the refurbishment of its CANDU-6 reactor. Argentina Atomic Energy Commission (CNEA) has a prototype of its CAREM nuclear power plant

  9. Argentina

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    1999-09-01

    This report presents a brief overview of the socio-economic, energy and environmental context in which climate change mitigation actions in Argentina shall be inserted. To that end, the dynamic of the Argentine economic development, its influence on the energy system and environmental impacts is summarised. From the environmental standpoint, emphasis shall only be made on the impact of economic development patterns and energy policies on GHG emission. (au) 73 refs.

  10. Argentina

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    Argentina has embarked on an ambitious domestic nuclear research and energy program. The venture promises to provide the nation with the infrastructure to play an important role in the nuclear export market in the years ahead. Buenos Aires built its program on a foundation of international support and assistance that overlay an emerging sophisticated industrial and scientific establishment. The foreign contribution sensitized Argentina to opportunities in the global market. This paper reports that Argentina operates two heavy-water/natural uranium reactors, Atucha I and Embalse. Producing, respectively, 320 MW(e) and 600 MW(e), they supply roughly 10 percent of the country's electricity. With a capacity factor of 84 percent, Atucha I is among the best operated plants in the world. Plans call for a third, 745 MW(e) power plant, Atucha II, to go on line in the early 1990s. During this period, construction also may begin on three 300 MW(e) plants, although the country's foreign indebtedness plus cost overruns in earlier construction will place a heavy burden on these plans

  11. Argentina

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    One article from Argentina where is developed the proceedings before the Federal criminal court of First instance concerning environmental radiological contamination near the Eizeiza centre. A second article from Canada treats the federal court of appeal decision respecting the Mac Clean lake project; two articles from France, judgement of the court of appeal on Caen on the licence to reprocess Australian spent fuel, and judgement of the magistrates court of Limoges concerning dumping of radioactive waste by COGEMA; the last one article from Japan, concerns the judgement of the japanese supreme court confirming the validity of the licence to establish the Monju reactor. (N.C.)

  12. Argentina.

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    1993-02-01

    Background notes on Argentina provide a profile of the geography, selected demographic features, government and economic conditions. Descriptive text includes a discussion of the people, their history and political conditions, the government and officials, the state of the economy, their defense, foreign relations, and relations with the US. The 1992 estimated population was about 33 million of whom 97% are European (mostly Spanish and Italian). Religions represented are Roman Catholic (92%), Protestant (2%), Jewish (2%), and other (4%). Adult literacy is 95%. 36% are engaged in industry and commerce, 20% in services, 19% in agriculture, 6% in transport and communications, and 19% other. Per capita gross domestic product was $4,500. There are only 50,000 native Indians remaining in peripheral provinces. The population enjoys a high standard of living and a low growth rate. The country was shaped by dominant forces: modern agricultural techniques and the integration of the country into the world economy. Foreign investment aided the economic revolution. Conservative and radical rule has swung the country back and forth politically since 1916. Colonel Juan Domingo Peron led a successful military coup in 1943 and was elected in 1946. Policies were instituted to give a greater voice to the working class, and with the influences of his wife, women's groups. In 1955, he was ousted by the military, which failed to revive the economy and quiet increasing terrorism. After a number of difficult elections, Peron was reinstated as president in 1973. Extremists on the left and right threatened public order; the military as a consequence imprisoned persons indefinitely. Peron's wife succeeded him after his death, but was removed from office in the military coup of 1976. Basic human rights were violated during this period. By 1983, a fair election was held and support increased for a democratic system. In 1989, Carlos Saul Menem, a Peronist candidate, won and established

  13. Argentina

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    G. Benedetti

    2007-01-01

    Full Text Available El presente trabajo tiene como objetivo realizar un diagnóstico ambiental de un sector de la ciudad de Bahía Blanca, Argentina basado en el arbolado urbano de alineación. El arbolado constituye un componente fundamental de los paisajes artifi ciales ya que contribuye al aumento del confort y al mejoramiento de la calidad del medio. En este sentido, actúa como un factor moderador de las condiciones climáticas, la contaminación y la salud de la población. El municipio de la ciudad de Bahía Blanca tiene como proyecto la realización de inventarios del arbolado en los distintos barrios, para lograr optimizar la relación entre la cantidad de ejemplares arbóreos y la densidad poblacional. Es importante considerar la variedad de ejemplares en función del uso del suelo y de las características ambientales de cada sector. Por lo tanto, este trabajo presenta un diseño metodológico para la elaboración del plano verde de la ciudad.

  14. Argentina

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    Hernan Galperin

    2004-01-01

    Full Text Available En este trabajo se analizan las bases sobre las que se está desarrollando el proceso de transición hacia la TV digital en Brasil y Argentina, y se discuten las posibilidades que la transición presenta para replantear la estructura de mercado y el modelo de regulación de la TV abierta en los países del Mercosur. La principal hipótesis es que la TV digital abre una oportunidad única para reformar el actual modelo de radiodifusión basado en la concesión de un número reducido de licencias a operadores de tipo generalista. Al multiplicar la capacidad de transmisión y facilitar el desarrollo de servicios interactivos tanto de entretenimiento como educativos y de información, la transición a la TV digital se ofrece como instrumento de política pública para alcanzar objetivos clave en materia de comunicación, como el pluralismo, la apertura del mercado y el achicamiento de la llamada brecha digital.

  15. Nota sobre la utilización de hidrocarburos saturados como indicadores paleo-ambientales en rocas sedimentarias

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    Albaigés Riera, Joan; Satorres Lapeña, A.; Pueyo Mur, J. J.

    1980-01-01

    [ESP] Se han utilizado las series de n-alcanos e isoprenóides aciclicos para caracterizar los paleoambientes deposicionales de diferentes sedimentos eocenos del borde oriental de la Depresión del Ebro. Nuestros resultados concuerdan con las interpretaciones paleoambientales establecidas en base a criterios paleontológicos y sedimentológicos. Se observa una clara predominancia de los nalcanos con numero par de átomos de carbono en el intervalo C,,-C,, en todas las muestras marinas estudiada...

  16. Argentina-EE.UU.: balance de la alianza extra OTAN

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    Picazo, María Victoria

    2004-01-01

    Desde 1997 la Argentina reviste la condición de Gran Aliado extra-OTAN de los Estados Unidos. Dicha designación hecha por el ex presidente Bill Clinton ha sido fuertemente debatida, tanto por sus implicancias para el país como para la región en términos de equilibrio subsistémico. Así, nos encontramos con las reacciones de nuestros países vecinos, Chile y Brasil, los que se manifestaron afectados por dicha designación. Sin embargo, la mencionada alianza no ha tenido grandes repercusiones más ...

  17. Paleoecología: el uso de los quironómidos fósiles (Diptera: Chironomidae en reconstrucciones paleoambientales durante el Cuaternario en la Patagonia Paleoecology: the use of fossil chironomids (Diptera: Chironomidae for paleoenvironmental reconstructions in Patagonia

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    Julieta Massaferro

    2009-06-01

    Full Text Available Entre los indicadores biológicos lacustres más utilizados en las reconstrucciones ambientales, se encuentran el polen, los ostrácodos y las diatomeas, y entre los insectos, los coleópteros y los quironómidos. Este grupo ha cobrado gran importancia en los últimos tiempos, debido a los resultados prometedores que se han obtenido en reconstrucciones climáticas realizadas en América del Norte y Europa. En América del Sur, el uso de los quironómidos fósiles en estudios cuaternarios es relativamente limitado, principalmente por su escaso conocimiento taxonómico regional. La mayor parte de estos estudios fueron realizados en lagos glaciares patagónicos de Argentina y Chile. Las larvas de quironómidos constituyen una valiosa herramienta paleolimnológica, por ser un grupo de organismos altamente sensible a cambios ambientales, tanto naturales como artificiales. Además, es un grupo de insectos ampliamente distribuido y con una abundancia y diversidad relativamente altas. Sus cápsulas cefálicas se preservan en los sedimentos lacustres y poseen caracteres importantes que permiten identificar géneros y muchas veces especies. El estudio de los ensambles de quironómidos en sedimentos lacustres puede ser utilizado con distintos objetivos, por ejemplo, para estudios de eutrofización, ya que responden rápidamente a cambios en la concentración de nutrientes, materia orgánica y otros elementos, como metales pesados. No obstante, uno de los potenciales más importantes de este grupo de insectos es su sensibilidad a los cambios de temperatura, por este motivo, la aplicación más importante de su estudio en sedimentos se centra en las reconstrucciones climáticas. Esta contribución es una síntesis de los resultados de los trabajos publicados en la Patagonia argentina y chilena, sobre la base del uso de los quironómidos fósiles en reconstrucciones paleoambientales.Pollen, ostracods, diatoms and insects such as beetles and chironomids are

  18. Discordancias progresivas en los depósitos pre-neógenos del Famatina (Formación del Crestón, La Rioja, Argentina: y su implicancia en la evolución del antepaís andino Progressive discordances in the pre-Neogene deposits of Famatina (Del Crestón Formation of La Rioja, Argentina: and their implication for the evolution of the Andean foreland

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    F.M. Dávila

    2003-03-01

    Full Text Available Se describen y analizan una serie de discordancias progresivas en los depósitos sinorogénicos de la Formación del Crestón que subyacen al Grupo Angulos (Neógeno en la región central del Famatina (La Rioja, Argentina. Se trata de un conjunto de estratos con un espesor superior a los 1000 m, fuertemente abanicados y donde las sucesivas superficies de truncamiento constituyen discordancias intraformacionales. El abanicamiento cubre un espectro cercano a 80° con un paquete basal de polaridad invertida y buzamientos de 60° al oeste y el tramo superior representado por una sucesión de polaridad normal y buzamientos del orden de los 45° al este. Internamente se observan al menos 6 dominios de buzamiento, separados por discordancias angulares. Las discordancias se desarrollan entre el eje del sinclinal El Crestón y el anticlinal Los Colorado y tienen continuidad por más 15 kilómetros. Del tratamiento estructural se deduce un plano de movimiento que contiene a todos los polos de estratificación de 102º/80ºSO. Esto último permite inferir un eje de rotación de 13º/10º que coincide aproximadamente con el eje del anticlinal Los Colorados, asociando su formación al crecimiento del anticlinal. Las discordancias registradas en la Formación del Crestón se habrían formado por traslape rotatorio (offlap rotatorio evidenciando levantamientos tectónicos acelerados. Las asociaciones de facies de abanicos aluviales junto a las discordancias progresivas indican que la sedimentación habría tenido lugar en una antefosa, inmediatamente adyacente a una faja plegada. Esta constituye la primera mención de discordancias sintectónicas en la región del Famatina que permiten inferir una migración del frente de deformación hasta esta región antes de los 6,9 Ma.A set of progressive unconformities in the synorogenic deposits of the Del Crestón Formation that underlie the Angulos Group (Neogene, Central Famatina (La Rioja, are described and analysed

  19. Implicancias éticas del proyecto genoma humano

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    Maria Graciela De Ortuzar

    2014-06-01

    Full Text Available En el presente informe analizo críticamente el posible uso de la información genética individual y sus implicancias en la distribución de recursos en salud. Para ello, comienzo con el argumento de la ?equidad actuarial? de los seguros privados de salud, ficción histórica y estructural. Si bien considero que debe apoyarse la moratoria o prohibición del acceso a la información genética para los seguros privados -en razón de que el determinismo genético imperante profundizará aún más las desigualdades que se encuentran en su estructura-; dicha moratoria no constituye la solución definitiva al problema de fondo. Es preciso reconocer que la salud/enfermedad, en tanto definamos a la misma de forma integral y no unicausal, es el bien que debe protegerse (no discriminación por razones de salud, no pudiéndose reducirse la persona a sus genes. Los seguros de salud no pueden compararse con cualquier otra empresa comercial, debido a que su accionar tiene consecuencias políticas y sociales, impidiendo el desarrollo del plan de vida y la participación política. Por lo tanto, constituye una responsabilidad social el acceso universal a la salud, compartiendo riesgos. Y esto implica ampliar el principio de no discriminación existente en la legislación internacional2 con el fin de que el mismo no se base exclusivamente en la eliminación de barreras legales (derechos civiles y políticos, informales (sexo, raza, clase, religión, etc o genéticas (patrimonio genético; sino en una concepción de fuerte igualdad de oportunidades que garantice el cumplimiento de los derechos sociales y humanos, como lo son el derecho al acceso a la salud y a la tecnología genética.

  20. Datafile: Argentina

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    Consideration is given to modern state and prospects of development of nuclear power in Argentina, the role and tasks of regulating bodies, specific features of fuel cycle, international relations and nuclear safequards. The first NPP was put in operation in 70-s. Technical and economical indices of Atucha-1 NPP were among the best in the world till 1983, the total load factor was equal to 75%. Later on the load factor decreased down to 67% for different reasons. In 1988 the power plant was shutdown. Argentina cooperates with many countries including Brazil, Cuba, Turkey, Nigeria and Algeria. Negotiations about drawing up conditions of including Argentina NPPs into the system of nuclear safeguides are carried on with IAEA

  1. Rafaela, Argentina

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    Omar Perotti

    2004-01-01

    Brinda información acerca de la provincia de Rafaela, Argentina. Da a conocer el planeamiento estratégico de Rafaela, los temas a resolver con el sector privado, así como las acciones para abordar la relación público-privada.

  2. Argentina; Argentine

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    2001-04-01

    This economical study summarizes the energy situation of Argentina: energy institutions and policy, energy companies (oil, electricity, gas, coal), energy supplies (resources, power production, petroleum, natural gas), prices and tariffs, consumption, economical stakes and perspectives (investments, agreements, projects). Energy data for the 1971-1999 period are summarized in graphs and tables. (J.S.)

  3. DIAGNOSTICO DE LA GESTIÓN TECNOLÓGICA Y SUS IMPLICANCIAS AMBIENTALES Y LABORALES EN ASERRADEROS PYMES – ESTUDIO DE UN CASO

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    Mario J. Mantulak

    2012-06-01

    Full Text Available El trabajo se llevó a cabo en un establecimiento maderero PyMEs (Pequeña y Mediana Empresa de la provincia de Misiones, Argentina. Como objetivo se planteó el desarrollo de un método de diagnóstico de la gestión tecnológica que permitiera abordar transversalmente las relaciones existentes entre los factores tecnológicos, los laborales y los ambientales. Las tareas realizadas posibilitaron un análisis integral de los aspectos ambientales y laborales desde la perspectiva de la gestión tecnológica. Como resultados se obtuvieron, por una parte, la valorización de los niveles de factores tecnológicos y de significación de aspectos ambientales y laborales para los sectores de aserrado, secado y remanufactura; y por otra parte, a través de la herramienta estadística de análisis de correspondencias, se estudiaron las asociaciones existentes entre los factores tecnológicos de las diferentes estaciones de trabajo, y las implicancias devenidas de los impactos ambientales y laborales. El trabajo desarrollado permitió realizar un adecuado diagnóstico tecnológico, posibilitando la detección de puntos críticos relacionados con recursos tecnológicos factibles de mejorar; contribuyendo además, al proceso de toma de decisiones vinculadas a la gestión tecnológica.

  4. Patagonia Argentina

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    A.J. Acuña

    2008-01-01

    Full Text Available La zona central de la Patagonia, Argentina, se encuentra sometida a explotación petrolera y sus suelos se caracterizan por ser deficientes en nitrógeno. Esto causaría un efecto negativo en los procesos de atenuación natural que se desarrollan en los suelos contaminados con hidrocarburos. El objeto de este estudio fue determinar cual es el efecto de la deficiencia de nitrógeno sobre la biodegradación de los hidrocarburos en un suelo de la Patagonia, Argentina. Se trabajó con tres microcosmos a los que se les realizó tratamientos diferentes. En uno se monitoreo la atenuación natural del sistema, en otro la fertilización con nitrógeno (N, fósforo (P y potasio (K, y en el último la fertilización con P y K. Durante el seguimiento se determinaron mineralización y medición de hidrocarburos, y se realizaron recuentos bacterianos y determinación de nitrato, nitrito y amonio. Los resultados indican que es posible la biodegradación de hidrocarburos en el suelo deficiente de nitrógeno de la Patagonia estudiado en tiempos mas prolongados que en aquellos que se realiza una fertilización con nitrógeno. El nitrógeno necesario para el proceso sería obtenido por los microorganismos del suelo por fijación biológica.

  5. Distribución del Ingreso, Desempleo y Delincuencia: el caso de Argentina en los años 90

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    Ana María Cerro

    2004-09-01

    Full Text Available Desde tiempos tan lejanos como los de Adam Smith, los economistas pusieron énfasis en el entorno social como un elemento clave para explicar el comportamiento delictivo. Sin embargo, el análisis empírico no siempre confirmó esta conjetura. Partiendo del marco teórico propuesto por Becker (1968, el presente trabajo identifica mediante un análisis econométrico de datos de panel para el período 1990-97, los determinantes de la tasa de delincuencia argentina. Al igual que en otros trabajos que estudian el caso argentino, encontramos que existe un efecto disuasión. Sin embargo, a diferencia de éstos, encontramos que existe un efecto de entorno social sobre la tasa de delincuencia, con importantes implicancias para el diseño de políticas destinadas a combatir la delincuencia.

  6. Argentina Welcomes Chinese Enterprises

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    @@ On July 13,China-Argentina Entrepreneur Luncheon Meeting was held in Beijing.Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner,President of Argentina,Hui Liangyu,Vice Prime Minister of China and Wan Jifei,President of CCPIT attended the meeting.

  7. Extranjerización y poder económico industrial en Argentina

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    Pablo Manzanelli

    2012-01-01

    Full Text Available Tras el abandono del régimen de convertibilidad, en los primeros días del año 2002 la industria argentina ha experimentado un proceso de expansión acelerada (sólo morigerado por los efectos domésticos de la crisis internacional desatada a fines de 2008. Esta fase fue acompañada de un incremento de consideración en la concentración económica y, en ese marco, en la profundización del predominio del capital extranjero en la cúpula empresaria sectorial. Este artículo analiza estos procesos y busca identificar sus principales factores explicativos, así como sus implicancias más salientes sobre la dinámica socio-económica de la Argentina. En este sentido, se busca aportar elementos de juicio para reflexionar acerca de si la industria realmente existente (altamente concentrada y extranjerizada puede convertirse en el nudo conductor de un "modelo de acumulación con inclusión social", tal como sostiene el discurso predominante.

  8. Comportamientos abusivos de baja intensidad en las organizaciones: una revisión de la literatura y de sus implicancias

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    Lidia Moroni

    2014-01-01

    Full Text Available Los comportamientos abusivos en el trabajo afectan el clima organizacional y deterioran el compromiso de los empleados. Entre ellos los comportamientos abusivos de baja intensidad son los más difíciles de detectar, pues se manifiestan de modo sutil y subjetivo, a través de sucesivas interacciones entre los actores involucrados. La literatura organizacional ofrece múltiples constructos cuyas definiciones y alcances se superponen entre sí y dificultan su adecuado tratamiento. Basado en una revisión de la literatura empírica, este trabajo analiza 14 constructos diferentes referidos como comportamientos abusivos de baja intensidad, con el objetivo de identificar aquellas dimensiones comunes que los caracterizan y examinar los factores del contexto organizacional que facilitan su ocurrencia y propagación. Esta revisión concluye presentando sus implicancias prácticas.

  9. Diferencias competitivas entre empresas confeccionistas y sus implicancias de política a nivel regional

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    Liseras, Natacha; Graña, Fernando Manuel; Gennero de Rearte, Ana María; Belmartino, Andrea

    2011-01-01

    Estudios realizados recientemente por los autores han encontrado que la industria de la indumentaria en Argentina muestra segmentos altamente competitivos, con empresas que se caracterizan por la generación de estrategias en diseño y posicionamiento de marca (EMD o empresas con marca y diseño), por sus capacidades y competencias para acceder, transformar y reconfigurar al conocimiento generado externamente, donde los factores vinculados al último eslabón en la cadena de valor serían los princ...

  10. Astronomy in Argentina

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    2012-01-01

    This article analyses the current state of Astronomy in Argentina and describes its origins. We briefly describe the institutions where astronomical research takes place, the observational facilities available, the training of staff and professionals, and the role of the institutions in scientific promotion. We also discuss the outreach of Astronomy towards the general public, as well as amateur activities. The article ends with an analysis of the future prospects of astronomy in Argentina.

  11. Astronomy in Argentina

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    Muriel, Hernán

    2013-01-01

    This article analyses the current state of Astronomy in Argentina and describes its origins. We briefly describe the institutions where astronomical research takes place, the observational facilities available, the training of staff and professionals, and the role of the institutions in scientific promotion. We also discuss the outreach of Astronomy towards the general public, as well as amateur activities. The article ends with an analysis of the future prospects of astronomy in Argentina.

  12. Helosis (Balanophoraceae en Argentina Helosis (Balanophoraceae in Argentina

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    José Luis Fontana

    2006-07-01

    Full Text Available Se cita por primera vez para Argentina Helosis cayennensis (Swartz Sprengel var. cayennensis en base a colecciones hechas por los autores en la Isla argentina de Apipé Grande, Ituzaingó, provincia de Corrientes. Se describe e ilustra la especie, el desarrollo de la planta y su estado de conservación. Esta cita de Helosis corresponde a un género nuevo para la flora argentina.Helosis cayennensis var. cayennensis is reported for the first time for Argentina. The species is described and ilustrated. Developement and ecology are also given. Helosis is also a new generic record for Argentina.

  13. A lab in Argentina

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    Mauricio Erben, a researcher at the National University of La Plata and the National Scientific and Technical Research Council, talks to Nature Chemistry about his experience of research in Argentina, and how it is inherently linked to the country's political climate.

  14. Radiation vulcanization in Argentina

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    The possibilities of using in Argentina the radiation process to vulcanize natural latex are analyzed. Experimental studies to define the irradiation conditions have been carried out and the preliminary elaboration of an irradiation device that includes the chemical reactor has been started. (author)

  15. Mathematics Education in Argentina

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    Varsavsky, Cristina; Anaya, Marta

    2009-01-01

    This article gives an overview of the state of mathematics education in Argentina across all levels, in the regional and world contexts. Statistics are drawn from Mercosur and UNESCO data bases, World Education Indicators and various national time-series government reports. Mathematics results in national testing programmes, Programme for…

  16. Rickettsia parkeri in Argentina

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    Nava, Santiago; Elshenawy, Yasmin; Eremeeva, Marina E.; Sumner, John W.; Mastropaolo, Mariano; Paddock, Christopher D.

    2008-01-01

    Clinical reports of an eschar-associated rickettsiosis in the Paraná River Delta of Argentina prompted an evaluation of Amblyomma triste ticks in this region. When evaluated by PCR, 17 (7.6%) of 223 questing adult A. triste ticks, collected from 2 sites in the lower Paraná River Delta, contained DNA of Rickettsia parkeri.

  17. Albert Einstein visits Argentina

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    Gangui, A; Gangui, Alejandro; Ortiz, Eduardo L.

    2005-01-01

    This is a detailed, day by day, account of Albert Einstein's activities, both social and scientific, during his 30-day stay in Argentina in 1925, including his lectures on relativity at the various local universities and his visit to the National Academy of Sciences, as follows from his personal Diary of the trip to South-America and other contemporary documents.

  18. Capital social e implicancia de la participación en organizaciones religiosas en la inclusión social de ciudadanos cordobeses.

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    Hugo Rabbia; Silvina Brussino

    2010-01-01

    El trabajo analiza la participación del tejido asociativo del capital social de la ciudad de Córdoba, y su relación con la implicancia socio-política de sus miembros, entendida como la dimensión política de la inclusión social. A partir de datos obtenidos por un cuestionario semi-estructurado realizado a 428 ciudadanos mayores de 18 años, se analizan específicamente las características socio-demográficas de los participantes en organizaciones católicas, evangélicas y otras organizaciones, las...

  19. Sociedad de la información y literacidad crítica: implicancias en la formación del profesional de la información

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    Yanet Fuster Caubet

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    El presente abordaje busca propiciar la reflexión acerca de las implicancias de la lectura y la escritura en la Sociedad de la Información. A través del concepto de literacidad crítica se insiste en la resignificación del acto de leer, pues además de saber decodificar, interpretar un código, mostrar una competencia semántica y pragmática, en los actuales tiempos es imprescindible asumir un rol de analista, identificando las opiniones, valores e intereses del texto en un contexto determinado. ...

  20. Helosis (Balanophoraceae) en Argentina Helosis (Balanophoraceae) in Argentina

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    José Luis Fontana; Orlando Fabián Popoff

    2006-01-01

    Se cita por primera vez para Argentina Helosis cayennensis (Swartz) Sprengel var. cayennensis en base a colecciones hechas por los autores en la Isla argentina de Apipé Grande, Ituzaingó, provincia de Corrientes. Se describe e ilustra la especie, el desarrollo de la planta y su estado de conservación. Esta cita de Helosis corresponde a un género nuevo para la flora argentina.Helosis cayennensis var. cayennensis is reported for the first time for Argentina. The species is described and ilustra...

  1. Argentina set for privatization

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    Buyers are lining up for Argentina's two big state-controlled petrochemical groups, Buenos Aires-based Petroquimica General Mosconi (PGM) and Petroquimica Bahia Blance (PBB). However, feedstock supply contracts with government-owned oil group Yacientos Petroliferos Fiscales (YPG) and gas group Gas del Estado hold the key to both sales. Shell Compania Argentina Petroleo SA (CAPSA), Perez Companc, and Global Petroleum have already bought PGM tender documentation. Shell says it will bid for PGM if the feedstock contract with YPF is acceptable. In addition to price and volume, Shell says the length is critical; it wants a 15-year deal, but would settle for 11. YPF initially sought a five-year contract. PGM, which produces 300,000 m.t./year of aromatics, plus oxo alcohols, methanol, and methyl tert-butyl ether, has sales of $150 million/year

  2. Fruit fly eradication: Argentina

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    Fruit exports account for 9% of Argentina's total agricultural exports and generate annually close to $450 million. This could be increased but for fruit flies that cause damage equivalent to 15% to 20% of present production value of fruit and also deny export access to countries imposing quarantine barriers. The Department of Technical Co-operation is sponsoring a programme, with technical support from the Joint FAO/IAEA Division, to eradicate the Mediterranean fruit fly using the Sterile Insect Technique (SIT). (IAEA)

  3. The Huillin in Argentina

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    1986-01-01

    We recommend re-introduction of huillines in Lanin, Puelo and Los Alerces National Parks, through translocations of animals, so as to minimize the risks involved in the present dependence on Nahuel Huapi and Staten Island (as far as we know) for the conservation of the species in Argentina. Also, we recommend careful monitoring and protection of the Nahuel Huapi population and protection of the Staten Island ecosystems.

  4. Psychology In Argentina

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    Modesto M. Alonso

    2016-01-01

    A summary on Psychology as science and profession in Argentina is presented. The report includes a historical review on places, criteria and results of psychologists'education, aspects of their professional practices; quantitative data on universities, graduates and students related to sociodemographic variables; characteristics of research activities, publications, legal frameworks and types of institutions where psychologists work. Some distinctive features of Argentine psychology are menti...

  5. Dollarization in Argentina

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    Francois R. Velde; Marcelo Veracierto

    1993-01-01

    Argentina became highly "dollarized" during its hyperinflations of 1989 and early 1990. Although inflation has returned to very low rates, a high degree of dollarization has persisted during the early 1990s, counter to what the currency substitution hypothesis predicts. This paper provides new evidence that explains the continued dollarization of the Argentine economy. ; First, we develop a new measure of dollar currency circulating in foreign countries. This measure improves our ability to a...

  6. Argentina [Country report

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    The airborne geophysical surveys developed in Argentina are described. They have got more than 500.000 km2 acquiring data for U, Th, K and total background activity. Other types of published data are also mentioned (satellite imagery, seismic hazard, climate, soil distributions, etc.). The availability of maps with the abundances of elements analyzed at the country and also at laboratories from Canada is described, as well as data of analysis of several elements at two study areas proposed at the outset of the project. The availability of process rate data and epidemiological data is also explained. Argentina intended fully to participate in the CRP at the outset of the project. Due, however, to external resource constraints imposed on the participating organization (Comision Nacional de Energia Atomica, CNEA), the level of participation had to be significantly reduced. Nonetheless, in the first period of the CRP, Argentina undertook to collate existing geological and geochemical information within the country, and began to define potential areas for site specific natural systems safety indicator studies. (author)

  7. Argentina's radioactive waste disposal policy

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    The Argentina policy for radioactive waste disposal from nuclear facilities is presented. The radioactive wastes are treated and disposed in confinement systems which ensure the isolation of the radionucles for an appropriate period. The safety criteria adopted by Argentina Authorities in case of the release of radioactive materials under normal conditions and in case of accidents are analysed. (M.C.K.)

  8. RERTR activities in Argentina

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    The Atomic Energy Commission of Argentina has been an active participant of the RERTR program since 1978. An important milestone of the Argentinean RERTR program was the development and manufacturing at industrial scale of U3O8 dispersed fuel and its subsequent application to the conversion of the RA-3 reactor core to LEU fuel. More recently, our activities were focused on the development of U3Si2 fuel with a density of 4.8 gU/cm3 and the improvement of the manufacturing process of this type of fuel. The program to qualify CNEA as a supplier U3Si2 dispersed fuels is scheduled to finalize by mid 2003. To hasten this program the main research reactor of Argentina, the RA3, raised its power from 5 MW to 8 Mw in October this year. This is an intermediate step in the program to increase RA-3 power to 10 MW Currently, one of the main objectives is to develop and qualify the technology for the production of high-density LEU fuel elements using U-Mo alloy. An original way to produce U-Mo powder (the HMD process) was developed and its being upgraded to plant scale production. Another significant progress was the development of LEU targets for the production of 99Mo, in the form of miniplates prepared with dispersed LEU U-Alx. The shipment to USA of 207 MTR spent fuels containing US origin highly enriched uranium, successfully carried out in the end of 2000, is another remarkable achievement of the Argentinean RERTR program. This activity was carried out in the framework of the United States Foreign Research Reactor Spent Nuclear Fuel Acceptance Program. The fuels were fabricated in Argentina and used in the RA-3 reactor from 1968 to 1987. The inventory of the shipped HEU spent fuel consisted in 166 standard assemblies and 41 control assemblies. (author)

  9. Case study - Argentina

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    Antecedents and experience of nuclear activities in Argentina; the Atomic Energy Commission (CNEA). First development and research activities. Research reactors and radioisotopes plants. Health physics and safety regulations. - Feasibility studies for the first nuclear power plant. Awarding the first plant CNA I (Atucha I). Relevant data related to the different project stages. Plant performance. - Feasibility study for the second nuclear power plant. Awarding the second plant CNE (Central Nuclear Embalse). Relevant data related to established targets. Differences compared with the first station targets. Local participation. Plant performance. (orig./GL)

  10. Desobediencia civil en Argentina

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    Gustavo Fondevila

    2003-01-01

    Resumen: La crisis económica de Argentina en años recientes derivó en la pérdida de legitimidad de las instituciones políticas del país. La medida de suspensión de las libertades y garantías de derechos individuales provocó una desobediencia civil generalizada que llevó a miles de personas a manifestar pacíficamente su repudio al gobierno de Fernando de la Rúa. Este gesto ciudadano espontáneo, desorganizado y voluntario sirvió, entre otras cosas, para formar una autodeterminación primaria di...

  11. Salmonella enteritidis in Argentina.

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    Caffer, M I; Eiguer, T

    1994-01-01

    A significant increase in the number of isolations of Salmonella enteritidis has been observed in Argentina since 1986. Outbreaks of foodborne diseases in humans were associated with the consumption of raw or undercooked hens' eggs. Between 1986 and the first 6 months of 1993 there were 150 outbreaks reported, affecting more than 6000 persons. A total of 71.3% of these outbreaks were confirmed by stool cultures, and 47.3% by bacteriological study of the food implicated in the outbreak. A permanent surveillance of salmonellosis is imperative, taking into account the persistence of Salmonella enteritidis isolations in sporadic cases and in new outbreaks. PMID:8155472

  12. Activities with Argentina

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    In 1989, the US Department of Energy (DOE) responded to the need to redirect resources from weapons production to environmental restoration and waste management by establishing the Office of Environmental Management (EM) and delegated to this office the responsibility of cleaning up the US nuclear weapons complex. Now in its eight year, EM's mission has three central facets: (1) to assess, remediate, and monitor contaminated sites and facilities; (2) to store, treat, and dispose of waste from past and current operations; and (3) to develop and implement innovative technologies for environmental cleanup. To this end, EM has established domestic and international cooperative technology development programs, including one with the Republic of Argentina. Cooperating with Argentine scientific institutes and industries meets US cleanup objectives by: (1) identifying and accessing Argentine EM-related technologies, thereby leveraging investments and providing cost-savings; (2) improving access to technical information, scientific expertise, and technologies applicable to EM needs; and (3) fostering the development of innovative environmental technologies by increasing US private sector opportunities in Argentina in EM-related areas

  13. RERTR activities in Argentina

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    The Atomic Energy Commission of Argentina has been involved in the Reduced Enrichment for Research and Test Reactors Program since 1978. The most relevant milestones of the program, regarding fuel R and D activities, were the development and manufacturing at industrial scale of U3O8 dispersed fuel assemblies and the conversion of the RA-3 reactor core to LEU fuel. More recently, the activities were focused in the development of high density U3Si2 fuel with a density of 4.8 gU/cm3 and the improvement of the manufacturing process of U3Si2 powder. Currently one of the main objectives is to develop and qualify the technology for the production of high-density LEU fuel elements using U-Mo alloy. Several alternative ways to obtain U-Mo powder are under development with the aim of evaluating plant scale production and costs. To boost this program the main research reactor of Argentina, the RA-3, will be upgraded to 10 MW early in 2001 and the hot cells at the Ezeiza Atomic Center are fully operational after important investments. Significant progresses were also carried out in the development of LEU targets for the production of Mo99. Experimental work has demonstrated the feasibility of the manufacturing and radiochemical processing of miniplate targets prepared with dispersed UAlx, maintaining the geometry and the alkaline processing of the HEU targets used so far. (author)

  14. Research reactors in Argentina

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    Argentine Nuclear Development started in early fifties. In 1957, it was decided to built the first a research reactor. RA-1 reactor (120 kw, today licensed to work at 40 kW) started operation in January 1958. Originally RA-1 was an Argonaut (American design) reactor. In early sixties, the RA-1 core was changed. Fuel rods (20% enrichment) was introduced instead the old Argonaut core design. For that reason, a critical facility named RA-0 was built. After that, the RA-3 project started, to build a multipurpose 5 MW nuclear reactor MTR pool type, to produce radioisotopes and research. For that reason and to define the characteristics of the RA-3 core, another critical facility was built, RA-2. Initially RA-3 was a 90 % enriched fuel reactor, and started operation in 1967. When Atucha I NPP project started, a German design Power Reactor, a small homogeneous reactor was donated by the German Government to Argentina (1969). This was RA-4 reactor (20% enrichment, 1W). In 1982, RA-6 pool reactor achieved criticality. This is a 500 kW reactor with 90% enriched MTR fuel elements. In 1990, RA-3 started to operate fueled by 20% enriched fuel. In 1997, the RA-8 (multipurpose critical facility located at Pilcaniyeu) started to operate. RA-3 reactor is the most important CNEA reactor for Argentine Research Reactors development. It is the first in a succession of Argentine MTR reactors built by CNEA (and INVAP SE ) in Argentina and other countries: RA-6 (500 kW, Bariloche-Argentina), RP-10 (10MW, Peru), NUR (500 kW, Algeria), MPR (22 MW, Egypt). The experience of Argentinian industry permits to compete with foreign developed countries as supplier of research reactors. Today, CNEA has six research reactors whose activities have a range from education and promotion of nuclear activity, to radioisotope production. For more than forty years, Argentine Research Reactors are working. The experience of Argentine is important, and argentine firms are able to compete in the design and

  15. Operating practical experience at Argentina

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    Operating experiences of Atucha-1 and Embalse Nuclear Power Plants were discussed in this work. The technical and economic aspects, such as reliability, availability, personnel training, operating costs, prices and market, which exercise influence upon Argentina nuclear energy policy, mainly on the power electric generation by nuclear power plants were considered. Finally the current status of the nucleoelectric sector in Argentina and forecasting were analysed

  16. Genómica funcional de Bordetella pertussis, implicancias sobre una enfermedad considerada reemergente

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    Objetivos generales de la tesis: Con el desarrollo de esta propuesta se espera contribuir al conocimiento que sirva de base para el diseño de una vacuna más efectiva contra pertussis, no sólo en términos generales, sino en lo que se refiere a su efectividad en Argentina, determinando la definición de la/s cepas / componentes a incluir en una nueva formulación. Objetivos específicos de la tesis: En este marco conceptual y tomando como hipótesis la divergencia de la población bacterian...

  17. Argentina, Brasil y Chile: un análisis estratégico de sus vínculos comerciales

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    2008-08-01

    Full Text Available El presente artículo tiene como objetivo estudiar la evolución del sector externo de Argentina, Brasil y Chile durante el período 1991-2004. El análisis se focaliza en la dinámica de las exportaciones, tratando de cuantificar el aporte de la demanda de importaciones de los principales socios comerciales de estos tres países al crecimiento de sus exportaciones. La importancia de los vínculos comerciales entre los miembros intra-zona y con el resto del mundo se estima través del cálculo del Indicador Dinámico de Complementariedad Comercial (IDCC. Surgen al menos tres preguntas relevantes en cuanto a la evolución del comercio de dichos países y que este articulo intenta contestar. En primer lugar ¿se han intensificado o no los vínculos comerciales entre Argentina, Brasil y Chile durante el período de análisis 1991-2004?; a partir de la evolución del comercio, ¿qué implicancias puede tener la dinámica de la complementariedad comercial entre estos tres socios sobre cuestiones que podríamos llamar de política en las negociaciones dentro de MERCOSUR? O en otras palabras, ¿el grado de comercio que se produjo en este período genera un incentivo para los socios en seguir avanzando con la integración que plantea el MERCOSUR? Finalmente, a la luz de los vínculos comerciales, ¿se pueden percibir distintos intereses de los miembros con respecto a MERCOSUR?

  18. Soft rocks in Argentina

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    Giambastiani; Mauricio

    2014-01-01

    Soft rocks are a still fairly unexplored chapter in rock mechanics. Within this category are the clastic sedimentary rocks and pyroclastic volcanic rocks, of low to moderate lithification (consolidation, cemen-tation, new formed minerals), chemical sedimentary rocks and metamorphic rocks formed by minerals with Mohs hardness less than 3.5, such as limestone, gypsum, halite, sylvite, between the first and phyllites, graphitic schist, chloritic shale, talc, etc., among the latter. They also include any type of rock that suffered alteration processes (hydrothermal or weathering). In Argentina the study of low-strength rocks has not received much attention despite having extensive outcrops in the Andes and great impact in the design criteria. Correlation between geomechanical properties (UCS, deformability) to physical index (porosity, density, etc.) has shown promising results to be better studied. There are many studies and engineering projects in Argentina in soft rock geological environments, some cited in the text (Chihuído dam, N. Kirchner dam, J. Cepernic Dam, etc.) and others such as International Tunnel in the Province of Mendoza (Corredor Bioceánico), which will require the valuable contribution from rock mechanics. The lack of consistency between some of the physical and mechanical parameters explored from studies in the country may be due to an insufficient amount of information and/or non-standardization of criteria for testing materials. It is understood that more and better academic and professional efforts in improv-ing techniques will result in benefits to the better understanding of the geomechanics of weak rocks.

  19. Desobediencia civil en Argentina

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    Gustavo Fondevila

    2003-01-01

    Full Text Available Resumen: La crisis económica de Argentina en años recientes derivó en la pérdida de legitimidad de las instituciones políticas del país. La medida de suspensión de las libertades y garantías de derechos individuales provocó una desobediencia civil generalizada que llevó a miles de personas a manifestar pacíficamente su repudio al gobierno de Fernando de la Rúa. Este gesto ciudadano espontáneo, desorganizado y voluntario sirvió, entre otras cosas, para formar una autodeterminación primaria directa de la voluntad popular y una autocomprensión del carácter democrático de la sociedad civil. La justificación de la desobediencia se basaba en una cuestión de derechos. Todos los manifestantes afirmaban que tenían derecho a desobedecer porque la desobediencia, en ciertas circunstancias, era un derecho humano. ¿Pero puede ser la desobediencia civil, en un Estado de derecho, un auténtico derecho? ¿En qué circunstancias, en el contexto legal y fuera de los derechos habituales de resistencia como huelga, manifestación, etcétera, se puede desobedecer una norma legal? Abstract: The recent economic crisis in Argentina led to the loss of identity of the country’s political institutions. The measure of the suspension of freedom and of the guarantee of individual rights provoked a generalized civil disobedience which led thousands of people to peacefully demonstrate their repudiation of Fernando de la Rúa’s government. This spontaneous, unorganized and voluntary action by the citizens served, among other things, to form a direct primary self-determination of the will of the people and a self-understanding of the democratic character of civil society. The justification of the disobedience was based on a question of rights. All the demonstrators asserted that they had the right to disobey because disobedience, in certain circumstances, was a human right. However, can civil disobedience, in a constitutional state, be an authentic right

  20. Occupational health in Argentina.

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    2000-07-01

    Argentina is within the denominated "new industrialised countries", with the characteristic of having high contrasts in the urban population, based on service and industry, and in the rural population, based on agriculture and cattle, still the main sources of wealth in the country. The process of globalisation and the need to compete hard in international markets have provoked high unemployment and the transfer of workers from a formal market to an informal one. Legislation on occupational health is old and it is in the process of being updated. The system of prevention, assistance and compensation for accidents at work and for occupational illnesses has changed from being optative for employers, to the compulsory hiring of private insurance companies. The Government keeps the role of supervisor of the system. There are enough professionals in occupational health, hygiene and safety but not occupational nurses. The teaching is given by many universities and professional associations, some of which have an active profile in the occupational health of the country. PMID:10963410

  1. Argentina and Brazil

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    This paper reports that security is defined in different ways by many international actors. To some, security is tied to the definition of an external threat to borders, as in the case of the NATO countries. To other, security is related to development, as in the case of most Third World countries. but notwithstanding different definitions, all countries recognize that the essence of security is the survival of the nation-state itself. The nuclear programs of Argentina and Brazil are among the oldest, most sophisticated and advanced nuclear programs anywhere in the Third World. The programs have never been explained on the basis of threat perception, and in this regard perhaps they constitute the most atypical form of nuclear proliferation known to date. Not surprisingly, any attempt to explain the rationale for the Brazilian and Argentine nuclear programs based on common issues of threat =merely confuses the issue. Thus, nationalism, the search for national identity and pride, the need to express self-sufficiency and the desire to keep options open in an insecure and evolving world order must all be analyzed to comprehend the likelihood of future types of nuclear proliferation. Meanwhile, the study of the contemporary era of Argentine-Brazilian nuclear rapprochement may provide new insights into the complex reasoning behind the decision of countries to go nuclear

  2. Estratigrafía y vertebrados (Aves y Mammalia de la Formación Cerro Bandera, Mioceno Temprano de la Provincia del Neuquén, Argentina Stratigraphy and vertebrates (Aves and Mammalia from the Cerro Bandera Formation, Early Miocene of Neuquén Province, Argentina

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    Alejandro Kramarz

    2005-07-01

    Full Text Available La Formación Cerro Bandera comprende una serie de pequeños afloramientos aislados, que conforman los relictos de un antiguo relleno aluvial desarrollado sobre pequeños valles locales. Se compone de una sucesión de depósitos piroclásticos reelaborados con intercalaciones de piroclastitas primarias y escasos niveles de areniscas. Estos depósitos fueron originalmente reconocidos en el extremo nordeste de la Barda Negra, sur de Cerro Bandera y noroeste de Sierra del Portezuelo; nuevos afloramientos son reconocidos aquí en la vertiente noroeste del cerro Bayo Mesa, Provincia del Neuquén, Argentina. Los restos fósiles exhumados corresponden a aves (Falconidae y mamíferos (17 familias, entre los que se destacan Cramauchenia normalis Ameghino, Proadinotherium cf. P. muensteri Ameghino, Eosteiromys sp. y Caviocricetus lucasi Vucetich y Verzi, junto con una especie de Protypotherium con dentadura más primitiva que las conocidas para la Edad Santacrucense. Esta asociación confirma una Edad Mamífero Colhuehuapense (Mioceno Temprano para esta unidad. La fauna exhibe marcadas diferencias con la registrada en la sección inferior de la Formación Chichinales, Provincia de Río Negro. El grado de diferenciación faunística entre estas dos unidades posiblemente sincrónicas podría obedecer a diferencias en los factores paleoambientales localesThe Cerro Bandera Formation comprises a series of isolated outcrops that represent the relicts of an old alluvial filling developed on small local valleys. It is composed of a succession of reworked pyroclastic deposits alternating with primary pyroclastic and scant sandstone levels. These deposits were originally recognized at the northeast of Barda Negra, south of Cerro Bandera and northwest of Sierra del Portezuelo; new exposures are herein recognised to the northwestern slope of Cerro Bayo Mesa, Neuquén Province, Argentina. The recovered fossil remains correspond to birds (Falconidae and 17 families of

  3. Sociedad de la información y literacidad crítica: implicancias en la formación del profesional de la información

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    Yanet Fuster Caubet

    2013-12-01

    Full Text Available El presente abordaje busca propiciar la reflexión acerca de las implicancias de la lectura y la escritura en la Sociedad de la Información. A través del concepto de literacidad crítica se insiste en la resignificación del acto de leer, pues además de saber decodificar, interpretar un código, mostrar una competencia semántica y pragmática, en los actuales tiempos es imprescindible asumir un rol de analista, identificando las opiniones, valores e intereses del texto en un contexto determinado. En este marco se propone  considerar la necesidad de desarrollar en el currículum universitario la alfabetización académica, entendida como las actividades y estrategias de lectura y escritura propias de las prácticas discursivas con las que cada disciplina elabora el conocimiento, en este caso aplicado a las Ciencias de la Información.

  4. Las teorías y modelos en la explicación científica: implicancias para la enseñanza de las ciencias

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    Sonia Beatriz Concari

    2001-01-01

    Full Text Available La explicación científica ha sido considerada uno de los principales problemas a los cuales la epistemología debería responder. Explicar es justamente una de las operaciones esenciales de las que se ocupa la ciencia. En esta presentación se aborda el problema de la explicación científica, analizando distintas posiciones epistemológicas con relación al problema de la explicación, al rol de las teorías y de los modelos en la explicación científica, así como sus implicancias para la enseñanza de las ciencias. Sosteniendo que la explicación y su comprensión por parte de los estudiantes pueden mejorarse a través del empleo de modelos adecuados, se propone la adopción de criterios para la selección de los modelos que se utilizan para la enseñanza.

  5. Capital social e implicancia de la participación en organizaciones religiosas en la inclusión social de ciudadanos cordobeses.

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    Hugo Rabbia

    2010-05-01

    Full Text Available El trabajo analiza la participación del tejido asociativo del capital social de la ciudad de Córdoba, y su relación con la implicancia socio-política de sus miembros, entendida como la dimensión política de la inclusión social. A partir de datos obtenidos por un cuestionario semi-estructurado realizado a 428 ciudadanos mayores de 18 años, se analizan específicamente las características socio-demográficas de los participantes en organizaciones católicas, evangélicas y otras organizaciones, las prácticas internas y externas a la organización realizadas durante el último año, y la percepción de eficacia resultante de sus prácticas. Finalmente, se reflexiona sobre el carácter ego-centrado de las normas de ciudadanía promovidas por organizaciones religiosas y las formas excluyentes de ciertas formas de participación organizacional.

  6. NREL technical assistance to Argentina

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    Lilienthal, P. [National Renewable Energy Lab., Golden, CO (United States)

    1997-12-01

    This paper describes assistance to Argentina from the National Renewable Energy Laboratory which has touched on four programs: tariff analysis for rural concessions programs; wind/diesel hybrid retrofits in Patagonia; small hybrid systems designs for rural schools; an assessment of wind resources. The paper expands briefly on the first two points.

  7. Contratos idiosincrásicos en la atracción y retención del talento: tres estudios en organizaciones intensivas en conocimiento de la Argentina

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    Guillermo Enrique Dabos

    2012-01-01

    Full Text Available Este documento examina la presencia de términos idiosincrásicos en los contratos de trabajo celebrados por organizaciones intensivas en conocimiento de la Argentina. Se utilizan datos provenientes de tres estudios independientes realizados en ámbitos diferentes: directivos de empresas líderes en el marco de un executive MBA, empleados altamente calificados del sector software y servicios informáticos, e investigadores pertenecientes a una prestigiosa institución científico-tecnológica. Los resultados informan sobre la creciente presencia de términos idiosincrásicos en los contratos laborales negociados por estos trabajadores del conocimiento, así como también sobre el momento, contenido y alcance de la negociación. Finalmente, se discute el impacto de los contratos idiosincrásicos en el marco de la gestión estratégica de recursos humanos y se presentan las implicancias teórico-prácticas asociadas a su implementación efectiva.

  8. Innovaciones tecnológicas productivas agrarias en el partido de San Cayetano: implicancias en la sostenibilidad del suelo

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    Claudia Andrea Mikkelsen

    2005-01-01

    Full Text Available La modernización e incorporación de nuevas técnicas, está atada a la renovación de los objetos técnicos y las acciones que con los mismos se realizan, y en función de esto como se dinamiza, cambia y transforma el territorio. El presente trabajo se centra en el análisis y estudio de la realidad rural presente en Argentina, más aún en la región pampeana y dentro de ella en el sudeste bonaerense, partido de San Cayetano, haciendo especial hincapié en la producción agrícola y la sostenibilidad ambiental en los sistemas productivos rurales. Seguido de este primer objetivo se pretende analizar la escala de incorporación de dichas tecnologías, para considerar las estrategias adaptativas de los productores y como su puesta en práctica modifican el uso del territorio. En el universo de análisis propuesto (partido de San Cayetano se toman como muestra un conjunto de unidades de producción agrícola, y actúan como unidades de observación los productores agropecuarios responsables de dichas unidades. A los efectos de abordar la problemática planteada se utiliza una metodología en la cual se combinan técnicas cualitativas y cuantitativas. El análisis cualitativo, se efectúa en base a información recabada mediante entrevistas semiestructuradas realizadas a informantes calificados y agentes productivos directamente vinculados a las unidades de análisis. Respecto al análisis cuantitativo, se consideraron datos aportados por la Sociedad Rural de San Cayetano y la Chacra Experimental Barrow, el censo agropecuario 1988, la Encuesta Nacional Agropecuaria 1999 del INDEC, cartas temáticas y mapas del partido.Updating and incorporating new methods imply renewal of equipment as well as new procedures to be performed with them, resulting in a more dynamic, transformed and renovated territory. This work focuses on the analysis and study of the countryside real situation in Argentina at present, more precisely in the pampa's prairies region

  9. Radioactive waste management in Argentina

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    An overview is provided on the major nuclear facilities operating in Argentina and data are given on radioactive wastes arising from these operations. The respective legal framework and the nuclear activities, including research and development, are outlined. The programme for the management of the different categories of radioactive wastes is described. Main milestones for establishing geological repositories for intermediate level and high level waste are highlighted. (author)

  10. Public information activities in Argentina

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    This is a presentation involving a description of the main guidelines and conditions under which nuclear activities have been performed in Argentina, both concerning the autonomous development for the peaceful use of nuclear energy and with regard to the way in which the community was informed of the attained levels. The particulars of each approach are shown as to delineate historical evolution as a function of the various stages of technological development. (author)

  11. Home Financing Institutions in Argentina

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    Marcela Cristini; Ramiro Moya

    2004-01-01

    (Available only in Spanish) This work analyses the case of the deepening of mortgage lending in Argentina in the 1990s and compares it with the failure of the 1980s. It shows that macroeconomic stability determines the development of the market and that a rapid takeoff can be achieved with the appropriate legal and market institutions (competition between banks and dollar contracts). The real price of property, and unemployment influence the performance of the market, which expands at the rat...

  12. Deterioro ambiental y micromamíferos durante el Holoceno en el nordeste de la estepa patagónica (Argentina Environmental deterioration and micromammals during the Holocene in northeastern Patagonian steppe (Argentina

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    2000-03-01

    Full Text Available Se estudió la composición taxonómica cualitativa y cuantitativa de una muestra de micromamíferos proveniente del paraje Lle cul (43º 20' S, 65º 35' W, en el valle del río Chubut (Argentina, con una antigüedad de 1830 ± 70 años radiocarbónicos AP. La asociación está integrada por roedores sigmodontinos (6 especies, caviomorfos (dos especies, quirópteros (dos especies y marsupiales marmosinos (dos especies, destacándose por su abundancia Calomys cf. C. laucha-C. musculinus (35,2% y Eligmodontia sp. (33,4%. El estudio de la frecuencia esqueletaria y marcas de corrosión sobre los restos óseos indican que el agregado ha sido generado por una estrigiforme poco destructiva, quizás Tyto alba, y depositado probablemente en época invernal. La comparación con los micromamíferos de una muestra actual de egagrópilas de T. alba de la misma localidad (correspondiente a un año, revela una disminución importante en la diversidad específica, con una dominancia cercana al 95% para Calomys cf. C. laucha-C. musculinus. La discusión efectuada a base de muestras actuales representativas de diferentes distritos fitogeográficos patagónicos y evidencias paleoambientales para el Holoceno superior, indican como causas más probables de este empobrecimiento al impacto antrópico durante los últimos 100 años. Actividades como la expansión de agroecosistemas habrían favorecido la dispersión y abundancia de Calomys en detrimento de otros micromamíferosThe qualitative and quantitative taxonomic composition of a micromammal sample from Lle cul (43º 20' S, 65º 35' W, in the lower valley of the Chubut River (Argentina, was analyzed. The age of the sample was 1,830 ± 70 yr BP. The association includes 6 species of sigmodontine rodents, two species of caviomorphs, two species of chiropterans, and two species of marmosine marsupials, including Calomys cf. C. laucha-C. musculinus (35.2% and Eligmodontia sp. (33.4% as the most abundant taxa. The

  13. Public University in Argentina: Subsidizing the Rich?

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    Rozada, Martin Gonzalez; Menendez, Alicia

    2002-01-01

    Investigates educational equity and efficiency of higher education in Argentina. Concludes that despite the fact that public universities are tuition-free, only students from the richest families in Argentina are able to attend universities. Suggests improving higher education equality and efficiency by charging tuition fees and offering selective…

  14. Mida õpetab Argentina finantskriis? / Karsten Staehr

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    Staehr, Karsten, 1962-

    2002-01-01

    Norra majandusanalüütik kirjeldab Argentina majanduspoliitikat, analüüsib tehtud vigu ning hoiatab avatud majandusega Eestit võimalike tulevaste välisshokkide eest. Diagramm: SKP kasv ja üleüldine riigieelarve tasakaal 1991-2001 Argentinas

  15. La democratización de la gestión escolar en la Argentina: una comparación de políticas provinciales. The Democratization of the Educational Administration in Argentina: A Comparison of Provincial Policies

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    Jorge M. Gorostiaga

    2007-01-01

    Full Text Available En este artículo se analizan algunas de las principales reformas provinciales de la gestión escolar implementadas desde mediados de la década de 1980 en la Argentina, relacionándolas con las políticas nacionales y las tendencias globales en el gobierno de los sistemas educativos. Se argumenta que las propuestas democratizadoras y participativas, que respondían en gran medida al retorno del país al régimen político democrático, fueron perdiendo fuerza a medida que aumentaba en las provincias la preocupación por la racionalización administrativa y se promovía desde el gobierno nacional la idea de una autonomía escolar basada en criterios de eficiencia y de calidad educativa centralmente definidos. Por otra parte, las políticas y programas de ampliación de la participación encontraron varios obstáculos derivados del contexto de desigualdad social, las culturas institucionales predominantes, y la ausencia de una clara concepción de las condiciones e implicancias de un ejercicio de prácticas democráticas en las escuelas. Palabras claves: políticas comparadas, democratización, participación, cultura institucional, calidad educativa. This article analyses some of the main school management reforms implemented at the provincial level from the mid-1980s in Argentina, and relates them to the national policies and to global trends regarding the governance of educational systems. It is argued that democratic and participatory proposals, which responded to a great extent to the return of the country to political democracy, began to give ground as the provinces focused on administrative rationalization and as the national government promoted a concept of school autonomy based on educational quality and efficiency criteria defined at the central level. On the other hand, participatory policies and programs faced various obstacles that originated in a context of social inequality, the prevailing institutional cultures, and the lack of a

  16. Argentina en el siglo XX

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    Franco Eugenio Nanni; Adriana Fátima Panico

    2010-01-01

    En un trabajo anterior (“Interpretando la crisis”), analizamos la crisis económico-financiera de 2008-2009 y sus similitudes con otras crisis ocurridas durante el siglo XX en Estados Unidos y el Reino Unido. En este trabajo nos proponemos analizar e interpretar la situación en Argentina, y otros países latinoamericanos. Para el análisis utilizamos las series del producto bruto, calculamos tasas de crecimiento e inflación y realizamos una breve comparación con otros países latinoamericanos. Ut...

  17. Argentina en el sistema internacional

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    Tini, María Natalia

    2002-01-01

    El presente trabajo apunta a analizar cuál es el lugar "real" que ocupa la Argentina en el Sistema Internacional, en contraste, con el lugar "ideal" en que lo ha ido posicionando nuestra dirigencia en los últimos 10 años. Para ello, es esencial realizar un breve repaso de la política exterior llevada a cabo por las administraciones Menem y De La Rúa, como sustento empírico de dicho análisis. La hipótesis plantea que para proyectar una adecuada política exterior es necesario formular un ...

  18. Bioceres: AG Biotechnology from Argentina

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    Roberto Feeney

    2016-04-01

    Full Text Available In this case we present a business decision-making situation in which the CEO of an Argentine Ag Biotech company, Bioceres, has to decide the best way to commercialize a new drought-tolerant transgenic technology. The company was founded by twenty three farmers, who shared a common dream that Argentina could become a benchmark in the development of Ag biotechnology. The case has strategic and financial implications, as well as decision-making situation involving a joint venture with an American biotechnology company. It also introduces to discussion the business models of Ag biotechnology companies in developing countries.

  19. EL PROCESO LEGISLATIVO SIN ROMANCE: IMPLICANCIAS PARA EL DISEÑO CONSTITUCIONAL CHILENO THE LEGISLATIVE PROCESS WITHOUT ROMANCE AND ITS CONSEQUENCES FOR CONSTITUTIONAL DESIGN

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    José Francisco García García

    2008-01-01

    Full Text Available El autor analiza el proceso legislativo desde la perspectiva del análisis económico del derecho. Discutiendo la literatura comparada en la materia, presenta el denominado modelo transaccional de la legislación. Este modelo mira el proceso de producción de leyes como un mercado donde intervienen oferentes (parlamentarios y demandantes (electores y grupos de interés de legislación. Las consecuencias son interesantes. Por un lado, se espera una provisión sub-óptima de legislación de interés general (aquella que se espera habitual-mente del Congreso, y por el otro, una sobre-producción de leyes de interés especial. Lo anterior tiene a su vez implicancias desde el punto de vista del diseño constitucional. Para algunos autores, implica un llamado a los jueces, ordinarios y constitucionales, a ser más estrictos y elaborar estándares de control e interpretación más restrictivos a la hora de analizar la legislación que tenga un marcado carácter especial, cuestión discutible para el autor. Para este en cambio, el diseño de la Constitución y del proceso legislativo chileno, ofrece una gran cantidad de cortapisas que hacen más difícil el proceso de captura a los parlamentarios y más costoso conseguir aquellos acuerdos de mero beneficio especial.The author develops an economic theory of the legislative process. Analyzing the comparative literature on the topic, he presents the transactional model of legislation. This model considers the process of law making as a market of exchange, where the supply is Congress and the demand is the constituency and interest groups. We can expect a sub-optimum provision of general interest legislation (typically expected from Congress and also, an over production of special interest legislation. This has consequences for constitutional design. For some literature this implies a more intrusive judicial review and establishing more restrictive tests or parameters when analyzing special interest

  20. Implicancias de las cirugías estéticas en la salud física y psíquica de menores de edad

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    Romina Bulege Núñez

    2015-06-01

    Full Text Available El objetivo ha sido conocer en qué medida las cirugías estéticas en menores tienen implicancias en la salud física y psíquica, para ello se ha realizado la revisión de casos y experiencias en nuestro país y el extranjero. La oportunidad de hacerse una cirugía estética es muy difundida, y sobre todo se habla de los beneficios; sin embargo, lo que no hacen es ocuparse de los riesgos ni de los efectos psicológicos que en los menores de edad. De acuerdo con la Asociación Americana de Cirujanos Plásticos, por cada adolescente que se opera, 10 más están en Internet investigando el procedimiento quirúrgico que desean hacerse. Algunas conclusiones son que, la aplicación de cirugías estéticas en adolescentes se ve drásticamente afectada por la inestabilidad emocional e inmadurez propia de su etapa de desarrollo, el inconcluso crecimiento anatómico y los riesgos que toda intervención acarrea. Los países que registran mayores casos de estas cirugías están tomando medidas para proteger a menores como una acción de salud pública. Toda cirugía estética en menores exige evaluación psicológica previa. Aún queda a criterio propio la aprobación de esta estas cirugías, pero con la información preventiva correspondiente, priorizando siempre el bienestar del paciente y evitando al máximo exponerlo a cualquier tipo de riesgo físico o psicológico. Las cirugías estéticas en adolescentes no deberían estar permitidas, para ello consideré las implicaciones psicológicas como un factor determinante.

  1. Sistema de salud de Argentina The health system of Argentina

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    Mariana Belló

    2011-01-01

    Full Text Available En este artículo se describe el sistema de salud de Argentina, que está compuesto por tres sectores: público, de seguridad social y privado. El sector público está integrado por los ministerios nacional y provincial, y la red de hospitales y centros de salud públicos que prestan atención gratuita a toda persona que lo demande, fundamentalmente a personas sin seguridad social y sin capacidad de pago. Se financia con recursos fiscales y recibe pagos ocasionales de parte del sistema de seguridad social cuando atiende a sus afiliados. El sector del seguro social obligatorio está organizado en torno a las Obras Sociales (OS, que aseguran y prestan servicios a los trabajadores y sus familias. La mayoría de las OS operan a través de contratos con prestadores privados y se financian con contribuciones de los trabajadores y patronales. El sector privado está conformado por profesionales de la salud y establecimientos que atienden a demandantes individuales, a los beneficiarios de las OS y de los seguros privados. Este sector también incluye entidades de seguro voluntario llamadas Empresas de Medicina Prepaga que se financian sobre todo con primas que pagan las familias y/o las empresas. En este trabajo también se describen las innovaciones recientes en el sistema de salud, incluyendo el Programa Remediar.This paper describes the health system of Argentina.This system has three sectors: public, social security and private.The public sector includes the national and provincial ministries as well as the network of public hospitals and primary health care units which provide care to the poor and uninsured population. This sector is financed with taxes and payments made by social security beneficiaries that use public health care facilities. The social security sector or Obras Sociales (OS covers all workers of the formal economy and their families. Most OS operate through contracts with private providers and are financed with payroll

  2. ALGUNOS ELEMENTOS PARA RASTREAR PROCESOS DE IDENTIFICACIÓN Y ARTICULACIÓN DE IDENTIDADES POLÍTICAS. EL DISCURSO DE LA PERONIZACIÓN DE LOS UNIVERSITARIOS DURANTE LOS AÑOS 60 EN ARGENTINA

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    Marina Alejandra Reta

    2009-05-01

    Full Text Available Este artículo se enmarca en un trabajo más amplio cuyo propósito consiste en reconstruir la experiencia de acercamiento al peronismo por parte de amplios sectores del movimiento estudiantil, durante la década de 1960 en Argentina. Tomando como referente la experiencia del Frente Estudiantil Nacional (FEN, y a partir del trabajo con fuentes documentales, intentaremos analizar el proceso de peronización en términos de lo que los actores postulan como una experiencia de “conversión” al peronismo, pero tomando en cuenta también sus matices y dificultades, así como también su implicancia como proceso activo de (reconstrucción de identidades, en términos de procedencias ideológicas, pertenencias sociales, disposiciones culturales, intereses y preocupaciones, etc. En tal sentido, se propone rastrear aquellos elementos que permitan dar cuenta de cómo el discurso de la “peronización” les permitió legitimar su ingreso al peronismo y cómo estos actores construyeron su identidad como peronistas. Palabras claves: Peronización – Identificación – Identidad colectiva – Frente Estudiantil Nacional (FEN.

  3. Argentina: entre o Mercosul e a Alca

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    Raúl Bernal-Meza

    2001-12-01

    Full Text Available Este artigo procura mostrar que a Argentina não está numa encruzilhada na sua política externa, tendo que escolher entre Mercosul ou Alca. Ao contrário, a Argentina vê o Mercosul como um caminho que leva à Alca, afirmando uma posição que se tornou possível depois da confluência de outros fatores, como a posição brasileira frente a Alca e o modelo de integração regional proposta para o Mercosul.This article seeks to show that Argentina is not in crossroads in your foreign policy, having to choose between Mercosur and FTAA. In contrast, Argentina sees Mercosur as a way that leads to FTAA, affirming a position that become possible after a confluence of others factors, as the Brazilian position front Alca and the model of regional integration proposal for Mercosur.

  4. Argentina en el MERCOSUR (2007-2011)

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    Gentile, María Elisa

    2012-01-01

    En este trabajo se analizan los principales aportes de Argentina en el MERCOSUR, bajo el primer gobierno de Cristina Fernández de Kirchner teniendo en cuenta que el gobierno de la Argentina hizo del bloque regional uno de los ejes principales de su política exterior. Como resultado, en los últimos años han aparecido indicadores de resurgimiento del MERCOSUR, a pesar de lo cual aún persisten algunos conflictos.

  5. Argentina: toward energy self-sufficiency

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    Argentina has one operating nuclear power plant, the 367 MWe Atucha I supplied by Kraftwerk Union. The second plant, at Rio Tercero, is a standard 600 MWe CANDU, expected to be in service in 1981. Contractors are Atomic Energy of Canada Ltd. for the nuclear steam supply, and Italimpianti for the balance of the plant. Bids are being considered for a third plant, Atucha II. Argentina is moving gradually towards developing a nuclear industry based on its own uranium and manpower resources. (LL)

  6. An Energy Overview of Argentina

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    The DOE Office of Fossil Energy is maintaining a web site that is meant to provide useful business- and energy-related information about countries and regions of the world for exporters, project developers, and researchers. The site consists of more than 130 country pages (organized into seven different world regions), with each country page having its own set of links to information sources about that country. There are also more than 30 Country Energy Overviews at the web site -- each of these is a comprehensive review of a specific country's entire energy situation, including sections on Energy Policy, Oil, Natural Gas, Coal, Hydroelectric/Renewables, Nuclear Power, Energy Transmission Infrastructure, Electricity, Electric Industry Overview, Environmental Activities, Privatization, Trade, and Economic Situation. The specific country highlighted in this Country Energy Overview is Argentina. The site is designed to be dynamic. Updates to the overviews will be made as need and resources permit

  7. Poverty and Health in Argentina

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    Maria Alejandra Silva

    2009-06-01

    Full Text Available This article examines health conditions in the rural areas of Central Argentina, the country’s main region for soy-bean production and export. Health conditions are analyzed through the concepts of emerging and re-emerging diseases in a context of increasing poverty. Data on poverty and health was obtained from both primary sources (trade union, government officials, rural doctors and the South Watch/FA/FODEPAL/UNR working group and secondary sources (IPEC/INDEC, IDESA, Consultora Equis, the Argentine Ministry of Employment, ILO, the Ministry of Health, the Ministry of the Environment, toxicology centers and rural doctors. Analysis of rural health conditions gives cause for concern. There is evidence of deterioration in the social determinants of health such as an increase in rural and urban poverty associated with informal employment and child labor. At the same time lack of government epidemiological and toxicological data appears to hide or distort the reality of health conditions.

  8. Soybean biomass produced in Argentina

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    Semino, Stella; Paul, Helena; Tomei, Julia;

    Soybean biomass for biodiesel, produced in Argentina amongst other places, is considered by some to reduce greenhouse gas emissions and mitigate climate change when compared with fossil fuel. To ensure that the production of biofuels is ‘sustainable', EU institutions and national governments are...... been demonstrated in several studies, but the atmospheric impact of soybean cultivation has not been tested in situ. Some of the models for climate impact (N2O emissions etc) are based on in vitro studies, while field data are scarce. The situation, which is outside the control of the EU, has not been...... environmental sustainability. This is exemplified by soy, whose cultivation undermines the climate benefit claimed for soy-based biodiesel. This paper concludes that to certify soy monocultures as sustainable would exacerbate existing climatic and environmental problems....

  9. Argentina

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    Guillermina Fernández Zambón

    2005-01-01

    Full Text Available La actividad industrial, de cualquier época, tiene una gran importancia para el hombre, pues al igual que el resto de los procesos económicos, es el reflejo del accionar cotidiano de la sociedad sobre el espacio. Considerando esto, el presente articulo tiene como objetivo presentar al patrimonio industrial como recurso para organizar rutas turísticas que permitan en algunos casos recuperar espacios industriales abandonados o usar establecimientos industriales en funcionamiento pero que pueden incorporarse a este tipo de desarrollo turístico. La creación de rutas turísticas puede permitir la reactivación de las economías locales, por constituirse en definitiva en una nueva actividad económica. Para lograr esto es necesario articular el sector público y el privado. De esta forma es posible, a través de la creación de rutas turísticas del patrimonio industrial, generar un desarrollo turístico local sustentable.

  10. Control of nuclear materials and materials in Argentina

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    A general view about the safeguards activities in Argentina is presented. The national system of accounting for and control of nuclear materials is described. The safeguards agreement signed by Argentina are presented. (E.G.)

  11. Lugares de frontera en la circulación entre Posadas (Misiones, Argentina y Encarnación (Itapúa, Paraguay

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    María Dolores Linares

    2015-06-01

    Full Text Available RESUMEN Este artículo se propone describir un tipo de movilidad espacial determinada, la circulación de las paseras paraguayas en el espacio fronterizo argentino-paraguayo de Posadas (Misiones, República Argentinay Encarnación (Itapúa, República del Paraguay, y analizarla en virtud de las territorialidades que ésta implica. Mediante una metodología cualitativa, basada en la realización de entrevistas en profundidad y en la observación participante, presentaremos una tipificación de los “lugares” que las paseras paraguayas transitan y construyen en la frontera. Para ordenar nuestra argumentación, en primer lugar, describiremos el marco legal-institucional que regula la frontera y cuáles son sus implicancias en la práctica laboral de las paseras. En segundo lugar, caracterizaremos la circulación en términos de trayectorias y motivaciones, incluyendo así mercaderías, medios de transporte y paradas. Por último, indicaremos y analizaremos los “lugares” que hemos identificado dentro de esta circulación internacional. ABSTRACT This article aims to describe a specific type of spatial mobility, the circulation of Paraguayan “paseras” in the Argentine-Paraguayan border area of Posadas (Misiones, Argentina andEncarnación (Itapúa, Paraguay, and analyze the new territorialities that it creates. Through a qualitative methodology based on interviews and participant observation, we present a typification of "places" that Paraguayan paseras walk along and build on the border. To organize our argument, first we describe the legal-institutional framework governing the border and its consequences for the paseras’ practice. Second, we characterize the cross-border circulation in terms of trajectories and motivations, thus including goods, transportation and stops. Finally, we indicate and discuss the "places" that we have identified within this international circulation.

  12. La concepción del sujeto en los tratados de DD. HH. : Implicancias para la psicología en el ámbito forense

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    Angelini, Silvio O.

    2009-01-01

    El presente trabajo tiene por objetivo reflexionar sobre la concepción de sujeto que plantean los tratados internacionales de derechos humanos, el nuevo marco filosófico sobre el que se sustenta dicha concepción y las consecuencias que ello tiene para el ejercicio profesional de la psicología en el ámbito forense en particular. A los fines operativos se analizaron algunos que han sido sancionados por las NN.UU. y ratificados o en proceso de ratificación por la República Argentina.

  13. DIAGNOSTICO DE LA GESTIÓN TECNOLÓGICA Y SUS IMPLICANCIAS AMBIENTALES Y LABORALES EN ASERRADEROS PYMES – ESTUDIO DE UN CASO

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    Mario J. Mantulak; Gilberto D. Hernández Pérez; María C. Dekun; Alejandro J. Kerkhoff

    2012-01-01

    El trabajo se llevó a cabo en un establecimiento maderero PyMEs (Pequeña y Mediana Empresa) de la provincia de Misiones, Argentina. Como objetivo se planteó el desarrollo de un método de diagnóstico de la gestión tecnológica que permitiera abordar transversalmente las relaciones existentes entre los factores tecnológicos, los laborales y los ambientales. Las tareas realizadas posibilitaron un análisis integral de los aspectos ambientales y laborales desde la perspectiva de la gestión tecnológ...

  14. Estratigrafia y paleoambientes de la Formación Lumbrera, Grupo Salta, noroeste argentino Stratigraphy and paleoenvironments of the Lumbrera Formation, Salta Group, northwestern Argentina

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    C. E. del Papa

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    Full Text Available La Formación Lumbrera es la unidad superior del Subgrupo Santa Bárbara, Grupo Salta (Cretácico-Paleógeno del noroeste argentino. Sobre la base de las asociaciones de facies y principales características sedimentarias se reconocen dos secciones estratigráficas, una inferior y otra superior denominadas informalmente Lumbrera inferior y Lumbrera superior. La primera está formada por sistemas fluviales permanentes areno-conglomerádicos y arenosos y un sistema lacustre perenne de agua dulce (Faja Verde. La sección superior está caracterizada por el dominio de sedimentación pelítica y en menor proporción areno-conglomerádica depositados en sistemas fluviales efímeros y lacustres. Los cambios paleoambientales, desde sistemas de ríos y lagos perennes a sistema de ríos efímeros, junto al registro fósil reconocido, indican un brusco cambio climático entre las dos secciones desde condiciones templado - húmedas en la base, a templado/cálido y secas en la parte superior. El conjunto de características sedimentológicas y estratigráficas permite interpretar que esta unidad se acumuló en dos ciclos sedimentarios separados por una superficie de discontinuidad sedimentaria. Se interpreta que estas diferencias no responden exclusivamente a cambios climáticos como el reconocido sino que reflejan variaciones en la configuración de la cuenca, como cambios en la tasa de subsidencia y ubicación de los depocentros que indican el inicio de la cuenca de antepaís.In northwestern Argentina, the Lumbrera Formation represents the uppermost unit of the Salta Group (Cretaceous - Paleogene. Two sections are recognized in this unit based on the facies associations, recognized from bottom to top as Lumbrera Inferior and Lumbrera Superior. The basal section consists of gravel-sand and sandy permanent fluvial systems and a perennial fresh-water lake (Faja Verde. The upper section is characterized by clastic fine-grained sedimentation and locally, by

  15. The nuclear research centre at Bariloche, Argentina

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    The nuclear research centre at Bariloche (CAB) is one of the four centres under the Atomic Energy Commission of Argentina (CNEA). The research programme of CAB addresses various issues like nuclear reactor development, nuclear fuel and fuel cycle, applications of radioisotopes and radiation, and waste management. There is also a basic nuclear science component. The human resource development in the areas of physics and nuclear engineering is done in an associated Balseiro Institute which has undergraduate and graduate programmes as well as doctoral and postdoctoral research. The Centre interacts well with the society and provides services in the nuclear area. It has a close interaction with the nuclear sector of Argentina as also with many international organisations. Regulatory control over the Centre is carried out by the Nuclear Regulatory Authority of Argentina. (author)

  16. Radioactive waste management strategy in Argentina

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    In this paper, an outline is given concerning the treatment, conditioning, characterization, storage, transport and final disposal of radioactive wastes arising in the fuel cycle, radioisotopes production plant, research centers, etc. The overall strategy of the Argentina program is to plan, develop and implement the technology and provide the facilities for the permanent isolation of commercially generated wastes, with the aim that this waste not compromise the health and safety of the general public. To implement all these activities, CNEA has established in 1986 a Radioactive Waste Management Program. This long term project is aimed at meeting all the requirements for the radioactive waste management of Argentina

  17. El desarrollo nuclear de Argentina y Brasil

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    Quintanar, Silvia; Romegialli, Mónica

    2004-01-01

    En el Cono Sur Latinoamericano, Brasil y Argentina han concluido en materia de energía atómica una serie de acuerdos bilaterales, con jerarquía de tratados vinculatorios, que aseguran el uso exclusivamente pacífico de la energía nuclear. En los años 90 se profundiza el fortalecimiento de la confianza mutua, los gobiernos de Carlos Menem, en Argentina, Collor de Melho, Itamar Franco y Fernando H. Cardoso, en Brasil, siguen los lineamientos de las grandes potencias y en particular de Estados Un...

  18. Migration trends in Argentina: immigration and exile

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    Fernando Osvaldo ESTEBAN

    2010-10-01

    Full Text Available Through the development of a typology of migration flows, the paper reviews the most important trends in the history of Argentina: the massive European immigration, internal migrations, and immigration from neighbouring countries. The paper then discuss the current process of emigration from Argentina, and the return of old immigrants. The paper assess the economic factors involved through an analysis of unemployment, poverty and income distribution indicators in recent years. Finally, the paper examines the possibility of diminishing the recent emigration trend due to economic reasons.

  19. Levaduras fermentadoras aisladas de Cyttaria hariotii (Fungi en bosques Andino-Patagónicos (Argentina Fermenting yeasts isolated from Cyttaria hariotii (Fungi in the Andean Patagonic Forest

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    José Ulloa

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    Full Text Available Las levaduras han estado asociadas al hombre desde épocas muy tempranas. Entre estas se destacan las fermentadoras debido a su importancia en la industria de los alimentos. Las implicancias biotecnológicas de estas levaduras han sido extensamente estudiadas, sin embargo la distribución en la naturaleza y la ecología de estas no se encuentra igualmente documentada. El presente estudio se realizó en el Parque Nacional Nahuel Huapi (Noroeste Patagónico, Argentina sobre Cyttaria hariotii, hongo ascomicético parásito de árboles del género Nothofagus. Mediante el uso de un medio selectivo con etanol 8 % se obtuvieron 72 aislamientos. Los mismos fueron ordenados en cinco grupos en base a pruebas morfológicas y fisiológicas, tres de los cuales fueron asignados a los géneros Saccharomyces, Pichia y Kloeckera. El grupo Saccharomyces presentó el mayor número de aislamientos y se subdividió en tres subgrupos, dos de ellos presentan alta afinidad con S. bayanus y/ó S. uvarum. La totalidad de los aislamientos fueron psicrotolerantes y la temperatura máxima de crecimiento osciló entre 35 y 37 _C. El presente trabajo contribuye al conocimiento de la biodiversidad de levaduras de la Patagonia y representa el primer aislamiento masivo de levaduras sacaromicéticas en ambientes naturales de la región.Yeasts have been associated with mankind from early ages. Among these, fermentative yeasts played the most relevant role, due to its importance in the food industry. The biotechnological implications of these yeasts have been extensively studied. However there is a lack of information about its distribution in nature and ecology. In this study samples of Cyttaria hariotii, ascomycete fungus parasite of trees of the genus Nothofagus, were collected in Nahuel Huapi National Park (Northwestern Patagonia, Argentina. 72 isolates were obtained using a selective culture medium with 8% ethanol. Identification of the isolates was based on morphological and

  20. Argentina - Women Weaving Equitable Gender Relations

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    Stubbs, Josefina

    2008-01-01

    In 2001, after a long period of recession, Argentina faced the greatest economic, political, and institutional crisis in its history. Unemployment reached levels nearing 18 percent and the poverty rate reached a peak of 58 percent in 2002, increasing twofold the number of people living the poverty line and impacting in a disproportionate manner the most vulnerable and poverty stricken fami...

  1. Microsporidian isolates from mosquitoes of Argentina

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    Microsporidia are among the most common and widely distributed microbial pathogens associated with mosquitoes in nature. Since 1980 studies of microsporidia in mosquitoes of Argentina were conducted at the Laboratory of Insect Vectors of CEPAVE. Eleven morphologically unique species of microsporidia...

  2. Argentina and Brazil's Relations to the EU

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    Christensen, Steen Fryba

    Analysen diskuterer Argentina og Brasiliens relationer til EU i nyere tid med udgangspunkt i forhandlingerne om en associeringsaftale mellem EU og Mercosur, der igangsattes efter underskrivelsen af en bi-regional rammeaftale i 1995. Fokus er i særlig grad på, hvordan disse relationer bedst forstå...

  3. Argentina : Gender Equity in the Private Sector

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    2010-01-01

    First tested in Mexico in 2003, and most recently applied in 2009 in Argentina, the World Bank has developed a model to incorporate gender equity into private sector organizations while simultaneously enhancing their business. Under the model, participating organizations conduct a self-diagnosis to identify gender biases and gaps in the operations. This baseline is then used to create and ...

  4. Rocky Mountain spotted fever in Argentina

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    Cases of epidemic typhus have been documented in Argentina since 1919; however, no confirmed reports of spotted fever rickettsiosis were described in this country until 1999. We describe the first molecular confirmation of Rickettsia rickettsii, the etiologic agent of Rocky Mountain spotted fever (R...

  5. 1974 amnesty for migrants in Argentina.

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    Marmora L

    1983-01-01

    ILO pub. Working paper commenting on migration policy trends and 1974 legislation (Decree 087-74) comprising an amnesty for irregular migrants in Argentina - discusses migrant workers' legal status and impact on the labour market, and considers their geographic distribution, demographic aspects, nationality, illiteracy, labour force participation, occupational structure, etc. Bibliography and statistical tables.

  6. Pathogenic Hantaviruses, Northeastern Argentina and Eastern Paraguay

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    Padula, Paula; Martinez, Valeria P.; Bellomo, Carla; Maidana, Silvina; San Juan, Jorge; Tagliaferri, Paulina; Bargardi, Severino; Vazquez, Cynthia; Colucci, Norma; Estévez, Julio; Almiron, María

    2007-01-01

    We describe the first, to our knowledge, cases of hantavirus pulmonary syndrome in northeastern Argentina and eastern Paraguay. Andes and Juquitiba (JUQ) viruses were characterized. JUQV was also confirmed in 5 Oligoryzomys nigripes reservoir species from Misiones. A novel Akodon-borne genetic hantavirus lineage was detected in 1 rodent from the Biologic Reserve of Limoy.

  7. China Looks to Argentina to Grow Food

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    2011-01-01

    @@ It might sound perverse for a Chinese company to go halfway round the globe to grow soya and other crops on unproductive land in a dry corner of Argentina. Yet that is what Beidahuang Group, a state-owned farm company based in the north-eastern Chinese province of Heilongjiang, is doing in the Pa-tagonian province of Rio Negro.

  8. Hemagglutinating Encephalomyelitis Coronavirus Infection in Pigs, Argentina

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    Quiroga, Maria A.; Cappuccio, Javier; Piñeyro, Pablo; Basso, Walter; Moré, Gastón; Kienast, Mariana; Schonfeld, Sergio; Cáncer, José L.; Arauz, Sandra; Pintos, María E.; Nanni, Mariana; Machuca, Mariana; Hirano, Norio; Perfumo, Carlos J.

    2008-01-01

    We describe an outbreak of vomiting, wasting, and encephalomyelitis syndrome in piglets in Argentina, caused by porcine hemagglutinating encephalomyelitis coronavirus (PHE-CoV) infection. Diagnosis was made by epidemiologic factors, pathologic features, immunohistochemistry, reverse transcription–PCR, and genomic sequencing. This study documents PHE-CoV infection in South America.

  9. The Politics of Human Rights in Argentina

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    Brysk, Alison

    2013-01-01

    Revised edition of 1994 out-of-print Stanford University Press study of human rights protest, social change, and democratization in Argentina.  A symbolic politics analysis of the truth commission, trials, and policy reform in Latin America's most sweeping transition of the 1980's.

  10. Formas terminales de Hippidion (Mammalia, Perissodactyla de los yacimientos del Pleistoceno Tardio-Holoceno de la Patagonia (Argentina y Chile

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    Prado, J. L.

    1987-04-01

    Full Text Available The present study is a revision of the terminal forms of the South-American horses coming from the archeological sites of Patagonia. They are compared with those from the Northwest of Argentine. The study also includes paleoenvironmental and cronological related aspects.El presente estudio comprende una revisión de las formas terminales de caballos sudamericanos recuperados de sitios arqueológicos de la Patagonia. Se comparan con las formas del noroeste argentino. Incluye aspectos paleoambientales y cronológicos relacionados.

  11. Nuclear energy regulation in Argentina

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    The Nuclear Regulatory Authority was established as an autonomous body reporting to the Presidency of Argentina by Act known as the Nuclear Activity National Act, and is empowered to regulate and control the nuclear activity with regard to radiation and nuclear safety, physical protection and nuclear non-proliferation issues. This report details functions and competence of the regulatory body in order to preserve its own independent criterion regarding every aspect of radiological and nuclear safety, and the global strategy of the regulatory system, which are concentrated in the following basics aspects: issue of the corresponding standards; execution of regulatory inspections and audits to verify the compliance with granted licenses and authorisations; independent execution of analyses and studies for the licensing process of nuclear installations; development of technical and scientific aspects associated to radiological and nuclear safety; training of personnel involved in radiological and nuclear safety, either belonging to the Regulatory Body or those working in installations, which perform practices under control. The regulatory control activities are carried out with independence of technical opinions and decisions; administrative autarchy; legal capacity to act in the field of public and private rights, and qualified personnel. The regulatory system complies with the concept of safety culture and its development, and the commitment to nuclear power plants' safety is made clear in design or operation concepts giving priority to safety over economic rentability of the installations. The compliance with Maintenance Programs, In-service Inspection Programs and good operation practices are also part of the commitment. This paper describes the organisational structure of the regulatory body, its human resources, personnel qualification and training, and the necessary financial resources. The regulatory body issues and establishes the standards, which regulate and

  12. La no neutralidad en la evaluacion de la calidad y modelos de evaluacion de la educación superior, casos de: Colombia, Argentina y Brasil Neutrality in quality evaluation and in models of higher education evaluation: the cases of Colombia, Argentina and Brazil

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    Nina Eleonor Vizcarra Herles

    2011-07-01

    Full Text Available En este artículo en base al análisis documental y de la literatura del área se aborda el tema de la no neutralidad de la evaluación de la calidad, se exploran dimensiones en el concepto de calidad proponiendo un modelo comprensivo, se identifican factores que contribuyen a la no neutralidad del concepto en referencia a las instituciones universitarias. Se enfatiza en que los elementos de referencia considerados valiosos para el evaluador (modelo de referencia comunican características diferenciales a los modelos de evaluación institucional y de programas para educación superior haciendo mención a los casos de Colombia, Argentina y Brasil y se analizan las diversas implicancias en su funcionamiento. Se infiere que contribuyen a la no neutralidad de la evaluación de la calidad: el énfasis conceptual en alguna o algunas dimensiones de la calidad, el propósito que es de interés del evaluador, el cual determina el referente de calidad a utilizar, y las demandas de calidad endógenas y exógenas a la institución, programa o sistema que es objeto de evaluación.This article founded on documental analysis as well as on analysis of the literature in the field, addresses the issue of non-neutrality of quality assessment; it discusses dimensions of the quality concept, identifies factors that contribute to the non-neutrality of quality in reference to universities. It emphasizes that the benchmarks that are considered valuable to the evaluator (reference model, give different characteristics to the institutional and program evaluation models for higher education, making reference to the cases of Colombia, Argentina and Brazil and discusses the different implications of its operation. It is inferred that what contributes to the non-neutrality of quality assessment are: the conceptual emphasis on one or on several quality dimensions, the purpose of the evaluator, which determines the quality benchmarks he uses, and the demands for quality which

  13. Grupos solidarios de microcrédito y redes sociales: sus implicancias en la generación de capital social en barrios del Gran Buenos Aires

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    Forni, Pablo

    2005-12-01

    Full Text Available Social Capital is a resource resulting from social relations, by which actors ensure themselves benefits thanks to their belonging to networks or other social structures. Thus, differences in network structure results in different types of social capital. Here, we analyze micro credit solidarity groups in Cuartel V, Moreno (Greater Buenos Aires, Argentina, paying attention to its capacity of generating different types of social capital from the social network its constitute. The objectives are to analyze through which associative or organizational processes social capital is created, in order to asses if it is propped by the establishment of close ties or rather by the ability of actors to establish different relationships outside their environment. The relationships established between solidarity groups, the Fundación Pro Vivienda Social and a community organizations; investigating about intensity and centrality in the network, considering individuals, groups and organizations. The methodological strategy is qualitative as based on interviews and focus groups and the theoretical framework combines insights from social capital and social network analysis. Among the findings we can highlight that the very existence of micro credit groups in Cuartel V is made possible by social capital and a well established local community organization. Also, solidarity groups constitute themselves from pre-existent dense inter personal networks of family members and/or neighbors generating bonding and/or linking social capital and that the Fundación propel the development of such relationships while generating bridging social capital between these actors.

  14. Identificación de anomalías de amonio por espectrometría de reflectancia: Implicancias para la exploración minera

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    M. Godeas

    2006-09-01

    Full Text Available Se da a conocer la presencia de anomalías de amonio en depósitos mineralizados con alteración hidrotermal en la Argentina. Estas anomalías están dadas por la sustitución del ion potasio por el radical amonio (NH4+ en ciertos feldespatos, arcillas y sulfatos; esta sustitución no produce cambios físicos en los minerales ni en las rocas hospedantes. Los minerales portadores de amonio se han hallado en depósitos con alteración hidrotermal con mineralización metalífera. El ion amonio es especialmente sensible al método de espectrometría de reflectancia SWIR, constituyendo así un medio ideal, fácil y valioso para su detección. Aunque los minerales de amonio no siempre se asocian a mineralización metálica, se los puede utilizar como guía de exploración, constituyendo así una técnica prospectiva de gran utilidad en depósitos metalíferos en general.

  15. Recolección, procesamiento y consumo de frutos silvestres en el noroeste semiárido argentino. Casos actuales con implicancias arqueológicas

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    Germán G. Figueroa

    2006-12-01

    Full Text Available La presente investigación aborda etnográficamente el estudio inherente a la recolección, procesamiento y consumo de frutos de algarrobo y chañar, en las provincias de Santiago del Estero y Catamarca (Argentina. El propósito fue obtener una serie de datos, sobre un tema que se caracteriza por su escaso tratamiento en la literatura arqueológica, que permitan, en un futuro, ser usados de manera confiable a la hora de aplicar modelos como los de programación lineal o amplitud de dieta. Los interrogantes se centraron en temas tales como la inversión temporal de las distintas etapas del proceso productivo, el rendimiento promedio de cada recurso y los artefactos involucrados en las tareas, entre otros. Los resultados alcanzados posibilitaron establecer que la confección de alimentos en base a estos frutos posee las siguientes cualidades: (1 un elevado valor nutricional, (2 una baja inversión temporal en su elaboración, (3 un considerable rendimiento, (4 una escasa complejidad en lo que respecta al instrumental empleado para su producción y (5 un gran espectro de comidas a preparar. Estas particularidades convierten a esta actividad en una indiscutible alternativa alimenticia, que no debe ser relegada al momento de efectuarse estudios arqueológicos de índole económica.

  16. Argentina and Brazil: an evolving nuclear relationship

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    Argentina and Brazil have Latin America's most advanced nuclear research and power programs. Both nations reject the Non-Proliferation Treaty (NPT), and have not formally embraced the Tlatelolco Treaty creating a regional nuclear-weapon-free zone. Disturbing ambiguities persist regarding certain indigenous nuclear facilities and growing nuclear submarine and missile capabilities. For these, and other reasons, the two nations are widely considered potential nuclear weapon states. However both nations have been active supporters of the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) and have, in recent years, assumed a generally responsible position in regard to their own nuclear export activities (requiring IAEA safeguards). Most important, however, has been the advent of bilateral nuclear cooperation. This paper considers the evolving nuclear relationship in the context of recent and dramatic political change in Argentina and Brazil. It discusses current political and nuclear developments and the prospects for maintaining and expanding present bilateral cooperation into an effective non-proliferation arrangement. (author)

  17. Spent fuel management of NPPs in Argentina

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    There are two Nuclear Power Plants in operation in Argentina: 'Atucha I' (unique PHWR design) in operation since 1974, and 'Embalse' (typical Candu reactor) which started operation in 1984. Both NPPs are operated by 'Nucleoelectrica Argentina S.A' which is responsible for the management and interim storage of spent fuel till the end of the operative life of the plants. A third NPP, 'Atucha II' is under construction, with a similar design of Atucha I. The legislative framework establishes that after final shutdown of a NPP the spent fuel will be transferred to the 'National Atomic Energy Commission', which is also responsible for the decommissioning of the Plants. In Atucha I, the spent fuel is stored underwater, until another option is implemented meanwhile in Embalse the spent fuel is stored during six years in pools and then it is moved to a dry storage. A decision about the fuel cycle back-end strategy will be taken before year 2030. (authors)

  18. Measurements of atmospheric fallout in Argentina

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    With the purpose of studying the radioactive fallout present in Argentina from atmospheric nuclear explosions tests that have been conducted recently, an environmental monitoring program, outside the influence of nuclear facilities of Argentina, was undertaken during 1996 and 1997. The levels of Cs-137 and Sr-90 were analysed in samples of air, deposited material (rainwater), milk, an average meal of a standard man and food. During this period, a total of 630 radiochemical analysis were performed on 325 samples of the different matrices described. The concentration levels of the radionuclides analysed in the different environmental matrices are presented and are compared with the values obtained in the environmental monitoring program done during the period 1960-1981. (author)

  19. Presence of Pleurotus ostreatus in Patagonia, Argentina.

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    Lechner, Bernardo Ernesto; Petersen, Ronald; Rajchenberg, Mario; Albertó, Edgardo

    2002-06-01

    Specimens belonging to the genus Pleurotus were collected growing on fallen trunks of Araucaria araucana, a native tree with a poorly known mycoflora, which grows in Patagonia, Argentina. Fruitbodies were produced in culture on sawdust from an isolated strain. Interspecific pairing tests performed between mating types of Pleurotus from Patagonia and tester strains of P. pulmonarius and P. ostreatus showed the Patagonia strain to be 100% compatible with P. ostreatus and incompatible with P. pulmonarius. Dikaryons obtained on sawdust were fertile, since they were able to produce fruitbodies and viable spores. This is the first documented record of P. ostreatus from Argentina and the first gilled fungus found growing on Araucaria araucana. PMID:12828514

  20. Memories of the armed struggle in Argentina

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    Laura Margarita Pasquali

    2013-01-01

    This article presents and develops some of the edges on working of the guerrilla that emerge in the memories of the former militants of the armed organizations in Argentina. Beginig from this journey we will have access to the registration that one has presently on it, which will allows us to establish part of the subjective environment of the moment, the main characters consideration of the activism and their significance in the general context of the militancy.

  1. Radioactive waste packaging and transport in Argentina

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    This article is aimed at summarising the activities related to the transport of radioactive materials carried out in Argentina and, especially, with regard to the transport of radioactive wastes. In particular, the legislation applicable within the national territory is described. Additionally, figures are provided on the features and amounts of transported radioactive materials, including radioactive wastes, concerning both the nuclear fuel cycle and activities related to their industrial and medical applications. (Author)

  2. Aedes aegypti resistance to temephos in Argentina

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    Seccacini, Emilia; Lucía Mulas, Alejandro; Eduardo N Zerba; Licastro, Susana; Masuh, Hector M.

    2008-01-01

    Monitoring of resistance of Aedes aegypti to temephos was implemented in the provinces of Formosa and Misiones, Argentina, as a response to the need to improve the vigilance for the dengue vector in areas of high risk of dengue. Eggs collected in each locality were reared, and susceptibility to temephos was assayed using larval bioassays. A weak decrease in susceptibility of larvae to temephos was observed in Clorinda and Puerto Iguazú, indicating an incipient resistance with a resistance rat...

  3. Tierra del Fuego, Argentina, South America

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    1991-01-01

    The Mitre Peninsula is the easternmost tip of Tierra del Fuego, Argentina, (54.5S, 65.5W). Early winter snow can be seen on this south tip of the Andes Mountains. These same mountains continue underwater to Antarctica. The Strait of Magellan, separating the South American mainland from Tierra del Fuego is off the scene to the north and west, but the Strait of LeMaire, separating Tierra del Fuego from the Isla de los Estados can be seen.

  4. Stronger Municipalities for Stronger Cities in Argentina

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    Rémy Prud'homme; Hervé Huntzinger; Pierre Kopp

    2004-01-01

    In recent years a number of studies have been devoted to the twin issues of economic development and of decentralization in Argentina. Many papers have tried to understand the complex system of intergovernmental relations. Most of them, however, have focussed on the role of provinces, and neglected the problems raised by municipalities. This paper tries to bridge this gap, and to suggest that stronger municipalities could contribute to produce stronger cities that would in turn foster economi...

  5. Nuclear Power in Argentina and Brazil

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    Clivia M. Sotornayor Torres; Wolfgang Rudig

    1983-01-01

    Clivia Sotomayor Torres and Wolfgang Rudig compare nuclear development in the two Latin American countries most likely to develop nuclear weapons: Argentina & Brazil. They pose three main questions.First, was nuclear energy necessary to meet energy needs? Here the answer is a clear no. Both countries have immense undeveloped hydropower resources and used inflated estimates offuture electricity demand in selecting the nuclear option.Second, does either country have the capability to develop nu...

  6. The "Private School Advantage" in Argentina

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    Gustavo E. Fischman

    2001-01-01

    Local actors' perceptions of curricular and management changes in two private schools and one neighboring public secondary school in the city of Buenos Aires, Argentina, are analyzed. An exploration was conducted of how, within an ideologically and politically pro-reform context and a widespread acceptance of the "private school advantage," principals, teachers, and students in these schools evaluated the changes (or lack of them) in management, teaching, and curriculum orientations of the se...

  7. The "Private School Advantage" in Argentina

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    Gustavo E. Fischman

    2001-08-01

    Full Text Available Local actors' perceptions of curricular and management changes in two private schools and one neighboring public secondary school in the city of Buenos Aires, Argentina, are analyzed. An exploration was conducted of how, within an ideologically and politically pro-reform context and a widespread acceptance of the "private school advantage," principals, teachers, and students in these schools evaluated the changes (or lack of them in management, teaching, and curriculum orientations of the secondary education sector.

  8. Informal Jobs and Trade Liberalisation in Argentina

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    Montes-Rojas, G.; Acosta, P.

    2014-01-01

    Rapid trade liberalisation can exert profound effects on labour markets. Domestic firms, to sustain competitiveness for survival, could react through cutting labour benefits to achieve cost reductions. Alternatively, trade liberalisation may alter the industry composition of firms changing the aggregate formality rates. This paper studies the relationship between trade liberalisation and informality in Argentina. Using manufacturing industry-level data for 1992-2003, the results confirm the h...

  9. Argentina: Nuclear power development and Atucha 2

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    In 2014, nuclear energy generated about 5,257 GWh of electricity or a total share of 4.05 % of the total electrical energy of about 129,747.63 GWh kWh produced in Argentina and there has been a trend for this production to increase. Argentina currently has a nuclear production capacity of 1,010 megawatts of electrical energy. However, when the Atucha 2 nuclear power plant is completed and starts commercial operation, it will add 745 megawatts to this electrical production capacity. There are two sites with nuclear power plants in Argentina: Atucha and Embalse. The Embalse nuclear power plant went into operation in 1984. At the Atucha site, the Atucha-1 nuclear power plant started operation in 1974. It was the first nuclear power plant in Latin America. Construction of Atucha-2 started in 1981 but advanced slowly due to funding and was suspended in 1994 when the plant was 81 % built. In 2003, new plans were approved to complete the Atucha 2. I summer 2014 the plant went critical for the first time. The construction was completed under a contract with AECL.

  10. Licensing new uranium production projects in Argentina

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    Due to the decision to complete construction and begin operation of the Atucha II Plant, Argentina's nuclear reactor fuel requirements will increase in the mid-term from 120 tU/year to 220 tU/year. Current market conditions justify reactivation of indigenous production of uranium concentrates that could progressively replace imports. Consequently, CNEA presented to the Mendoza Province and national (Nuclear Regulatory Authority) licensing authorities a proposal for reactivation of the San Rafael Mining-Milling Complex. The main step in the licensing process is the Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA). This includes both assessment of the engineering for remediation of waste generated during previous production activities, and of environmental management of future production activities. The EIA was carried out by the National Technological University. The Cerro Solo Project, Chubut Province, which is currently at the pre-feasibility stage, is being considered for initiation of the feasibility study and development-production stage. Under present market conditions, the estimated project production cost has become competitive, and the resources of the project could be sufficient to supply the long-term needs of Argentina's nuclear power plants. Taking into account the increasing interest in environmental issues, and stricter environmental regulations, the main challenges to re-activation of uranium production in Argentina are: improvement of interaction with local communities; training of skilled personnel in waste management; and developing cost estimates and plans for mine-mill closure. (author)

  11. Argentina: Nuclear power development and Atucha 2

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    Nogarin, Mauro

    2015-08-15

    In 2014, nuclear energy generated about 5,257 GWh of electricity or a total share of 4.05 % of the total electrical energy of about 129,747.63 GWh kWh produced in Argentina and there has been a trend for this production to increase. Argentina currently has a nuclear production capacity of 1,010 megawatts of electrical energy. However, when the Atucha 2 nuclear power plant is completed and starts commercial operation, it will add 745 megawatts to this electrical production capacity. There are two sites with nuclear power plants in Argentina: Atucha and Embalse. The Embalse nuclear power plant went into operation in 1984. At the Atucha site, the Atucha-1 nuclear power plant started operation in 1974. It was the first nuclear power plant in Latin America. Construction of Atucha-2 started in 1981 but advanced slowly due to funding and was suspended in 1994 when the plant was 81 % built. In 2003, new plans were approved to complete the Atucha 2. I summer 2014 the plant went critical for the first time. The construction was completed under a contract with AECL.

  12. Epilepsia y conducción vehicular en Argentina: Una nueva propuesta

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    Full Text Available En diversos países del mundo existen reglamentaciones sobre epilepsia y conducción vehicular (CV. En Argentina, poseemos la Ley Nº 24.449 y el Decreto Reglamentario Nº 779/95, que en su art. 33 sobre Criterios de Aptitud Física menciona la epilepsia y el electroencefalograma anormal, y los Códigos NE02 y NE03 que califican de «INEPTO» a quien le corresponda uno u otro. De la revisión bibliográfica y las reglamentaciones vigentes en otros países y el nuestro proponemos: 1 Deberán constar en la historia clínica las recomendaciones del médico tratante acerca de la enfermedad y CV. 2 Tomar el período igual o mayor a 1 año libre de crisis como indispensable para levantar la restricción de CV. 3 La obligación de presentar certificado anual del control neurológico y de medicación antiepiléptica. 4 La restricción de CV a aquéllos en cambio de medicación y/o supresión de la misma, durante ese período y terminado el proceso, por otros 6 meses. 5 Que no sea obligatoria la denuncia de la enfermedad ante las autoridades por parte del médico. 6 En el apartado «Criterios de Aptitud Neurológica», en los Códigos NE02 y NE03 deberán modificarse los conceptos «INEPTO» por el de «EVALUAR». 7 No se autorizará a personas con antecedentes de crisis epilépticas o con epilepsia, la conducción de camiones para comercio interprovincial, ómnibus de transporte público y escolares. Creemos que estas medidas: 1 Favorecerán la denuncia espontánea de la enfermedad por parte del solicitante de la licencia de conductor. 2 Mejorarán el control clínico/neurológico de estos pacientes. 3 Se evitarán accidentes y daños a la propiedad. 4 Actualizan la ley y reglamentación vigentes. 5 Por la implicancia médico-legal-social del tema, resguardan: a al médico sobre eventuales acciones judiciales, b asimismo protegen al paciente sobre eventuales acciones judiciales, c aumentarán la seguridad vial beneficiando a nuestra comunidad

  13. El basamento de la sierra de San Luis: Nuevas evidencias magnéticas y sus implicancias tectónicas

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    CJ Chernicoff

    2003-12-01

    Full Text Available Los mapas aeromagnéticos disponibles de las sierras de San Luis y Comechingones en el sector sudoriental de las Sierras Pampeanas de Argentina, permiten examinar las características geológicas y estructurales de las unidades metamórficas e intrusivas del basamento de la región. A través de la aplicación del filtro de continuación ascendente a los datos del campo magnético total reducido al polo, se ha podido observar la configuración profunda de las distintas unidades. Entre ellas se destaca la secuencia supracortical, en parte correspondiente a la Formación San Luis, que permite reconstruir en varios sectores de la región, en algunos casos subaflorante, una importante sucesión de rocas metasedimentarias de hasta 3 km de espesor, que es interpretada como perteneciente a depósitos de una cuenca de antepaís formada con posterioridad a la orogenia pampeana, alrededor de los 530 Ma. Se caracterizan las distintas unidades metamórficas e ígneas a partir de su señal magnética, y sobre esta base se presenta una sección estructural profunda, que sirve de base para proponer la evolución tectónica del basamento de este sector de las Sierras Pampeanas. Éste registra a partir de la orogenia pampeana la instalación de un arco magmático con su respectiva cuenca de trasarco durante el Cámbrico tardío y el Ordovícico temprano, los que son cerrados y deformados durante la colisión del terreno de Cuyania en el Ordovícico medio.

  14. Intercultural Citizenship Education in an EFL Online Project in Argentina

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    Porto, Melina

    2014-01-01

    In this article, I describe an online intercultural citizenship experience in an English as a Foreign Language (EFL) classroom in Argentina. An action research project on the Malvinas/Falklands war fought between Argentina and the UK in 1982 was carried out in 2012. Through a comparative methodology involving Argentine and English foreign language…

  15. Prospect for Development of Open Access in Argentina

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    Miguel, Sandra; Bongiovani, Paola C.; Gomez, Nancy D.; Bueno-de-la-Fuente, Gema

    2013-01-01

    This perspective article presents an overview of the Open Access movement in Argentina, from a global and regional (Latin American) context. The article describes the evolution and current state of initiatives by examining two principal approaches to Open Access in Argentina: "golden" and "green roads". The article will then turn its attention to:…

  16. Overview of activities on CANDU fuel in Argentina

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    This paper gives an outline of activities on CANDU fuel in Argentina. It discusses the nuclear activities and electricity production in Argentina, evolution of the activities in fuel engineering, fuel fabrication, fuel performance at Embalse nuclear power plant and spent fuel storage options.

  17. Laboratory Surveillance of Dengue in Argentina, 1995–2001

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    Avilés, Gabriela; Paz, Maria Valeria; Rangeon, Griselda; Ranaivoarisoa, Marie Y.; Verzeri, Nora; Roginski, Sandra; Baroni, Pablo; Enria, Delia

    2003-01-01

    Local transmission of dengue fever virus in Argentina is increased by the presence of Aedes aegypti mosquitoes and dengue outbreaks in neighboring countries. From 1995 to 2001, a laboratory-based active surveillance program detected 922 dengue cases. Indigenous transmission involving dengue-1 and -2 serotypes was confirmed only in subtropical areas in northern Argentina.

  18. Argentina Imp Anti-dumping Duties on Tires from China

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    2011-01-01

    On June 22, Argentina made the final anti-dumping adjudication once tires from China; on July 6, the Argentina authorities released the No. 221 resolution in 2011 issued by the Ministry of Industry: Impose 23% anti-dumping duties off estate car tires, 10% on the tires of machinery or vehicles used for agriculture and forestation,

  19. Cadenas productivas y disponibilidad de alimentos en Argentina Productive chains and food availability in Argentina

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    Malena Giai

    2010-06-01

    Full Text Available En abril de 2009 se conformó en la Asociación Argentina de Dietistas y Nutricionistas Dietistas el Grupo de Estudio sobre Soberanía Alimentaria, constituido por un grupo de Licenciados en Nutrición con interés en el tema. Como primer objetivo, el Grupo se propuso estudiar tres temas: "el Derecho a la Alimentación", "la Producción y Disponibilidad de alimentos en Argentina" y "la Canasta Básica de Alimentos". En el presente artículo se expone un resumen de los avances en el segundo tema mencionado.In April 2009, was formed in the Argentina Association of Dieticians and Nutritionists Dietitians the Study Group on Food Sovereignty, established by a group of graduates in nutrition with interest in the subject. As a first objective, the Group was to examine three issues: "The Right to Food", "Production and Availability of food in Argentina" and "Basic Food Basket." This article is a summary of progress on the second topic mentioned.

  20. Estudio de secuencias secas en la Cuenca del Plata: Implicancias con las sequias Dry spells in the La Plata basin: Monitoring and trend stability. Drought implication

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    2008-12-01

    Full Text Available El trabajo estudia las secuencias secas en el ámbito de la Cuenca del Plata. Los datos utilizados son diarios y pertenecen a 98 estaciones que incluyen periodos variables desde 1900 hasta 2005. El propósito fundamental es caracterizar las secuencias secas y en especial sus casos extremos o sequías meteorológicas en términos diarios. Como marco general se presentan los campos de tendencias de diferentes propiedades de las secuencias secas. A partir de esta información se detectan y comparan cambios temporales en los estados secos. Las tendencias estimadas por dos métodos distintos evidencian un decrecimiento especialmente en el este de la Cuenca en el período común 1972-1998. Finalmente, se analiza la ocurrencia de la sequía de 1988 en escala hemisférica. Esta sequía es una de las más intensas y de mayor extensión que ha ocurrido en gran parte de la cuenca del Río de la Plata. El impacto que este evento produjo en la economía argentina fue mayor a $4 billones de dólares de perdida.This paper studies the dry spells observed in the La Plata Basin, using daily data supplied by 98 stations during variable periods between 1900-2005. The main purpose of this study was to define dry spells, especially their extreme cases (meteorologi cal droughts, and to consider them on a daily basis. Trends in over different properties of precipitation and dry spells are presented as a general framework to detect and compare temporal changes in dry states. These trends, estimated by two different methods, show a decrease, especially in the east of the basin during the period 1972-1998. The study of the coherence of extreme dry spell shows that these phenomena occur in subregions reducing the risk of occurrence of one of these events in the entire basin. Also the extreme dry spell occurrence show a seasonal preference suggesting that there is a slight and complex dependence on the annual cycle of precipitation. Finally, the occurrence of the 1988

  1. Los esquistos neoproterozoicos de Santa Helena, Provincia de La Pampa, Argentina: edades u-pb shrimp, composición isotópica de hafnio e implicancias geodinámicas The Neoproterozoic Santa Elena Schists, La Pampa Province, Argentina: SHRIMP U-Pb ages, Hf isotope composition and geodynamic implications

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    Eduardo O Zappetini

    2010-03-01

    Full Text Available Los Esquistos Santa Helena comprenden esquistos biotítico-granatíferos predominantes y lentes gneisoides subordinadas sillimanítico- granatíferos, subaflorantes en la Estancia Santa Helena, que alcanzaron el grado metamórfico de facies anfibolita alta a granulita baja. Los circones detríticos de los esquistos datados por el método U-Pb SHRIMP son en su mayoría mesoproterozoicos y neoproterozoicos, habiendo también escasos granos paleoproterozoicos. La casi totalidad de los circones mesoproterozoicos y neoproterozoicos son de origen magmático y cristalizaron en una fuente magmática juvenil (εHf positivo, presentando edades modelo TDM de Hf entre 1127 y 1625 Ma, y entre 948 y 1274 Ma, respectivamente. Los circones paleoproterozoicos son de origen magmático y tienen una edad modelo TDM de Hf de 2310 Ma. La edad del circón detrítico más joven de los esquistos es 556 Ma, lo cual corresponde a la edad máxima de depositación, indicando que la sedimentación se habría iniciado hacia el Neoproterozoico. La completa ausencia de circones metamórficos de edad pampeana sugiere que durante la época de depositación de los Esquistos Santa Helena el núcleo metamórfico del orógeno pampeano aún no estaba constituido y expuesto. Esto contrasta con los patrones de proveniencia de los Esquistos Green, donde los circones metamórficos cámbricos son predominantes, indicando que durante su época de sedimentación (ca. 500 Ma a ca. 465 Ma el orógeno pampeano ya estaba exhumado y sujeto a denudación. Se interpreta que los Esquistos Santa Helena pertenecerían a una secuencia supracortical depositada entre los 556 y ca. 530-520 Ma en el margen sudoccidental de Gondwana en una cuenca de antepaís equivalente a la etapa tardía de la cuenca Puncoviscana. Se interpreta también que el principal aporte de los sedimentos habría provenido de la denudación de un arco magmático mesoproterozoico localizado hacia el este de los esquistos. Este arco, equivalente al magmatismo precolisional de los orógenos Juruena y Sunsas, se habría acrecionado al borde sudoccidental del cratón del Río de la Plata y formaría parte actualmente del sustrato de su borde paleoproterozoico sudoccidental y del sustrato del terreno para-autóctono Pampia. Este mecanismo acrecional sería similar al observado en otros núcleos cratónicos arqueanos-paleoproterozoicos, tales como los de Amazonas, Kalahari y Congo. Finalmente, la otra fuente importante de aporte de los Esquistos Santa Helena indica la existencia de una faja de rocas magmáticas neoproterozoicas que correspondería a un arco desarrollado sobre el margen oriental de Pampia.The Santa Helena Schists comprise biotite-garnet schists and minor sillimanite-garnet gneissoid lenses, reaching the higher amphibolite to lower granulite facies metamorphism . Suboutcrops of the schists occur at Estancia Santa Helena. U-Pb SHRIMP dating of the Santa Elena Schists detrital zircon yielded mostly Mesoproterozoic and Neoproterozoic ages, with a small number of Paleoproterozoic grains. Almost all the Mesoproterozoic and Neoproterozoic grains are magmatic and crystallized from a juvenile source (positive εHf, with TDM (Hf ranging 1127 to 1625 Ma, and 948 to 1274 Ma, respectively. The Paleoproterozoic zircons are also magmatic, with a TDM (Hf of 2310 Ma. The age of the youngest detrital zircon is 556 Ma, which corresponds to the maximum age for the onset of sedimentation, indicating that deposition probably started by Neoproterozoic times. The absolute absence of metamorphic zircons of Pampean age suggests that during the time of deposition of the schists, the metamorphic nucleous of the Pampean orogen was still not formed and exposed. This implies a great contrast with the provenance pattern of the nearby Green Schists, dominated by Cambrian metamorphic zircons, deposited between ca. 500 Ma and ca. 465 Ma, when the Pampean orogen was already exhumed and subject to denudation. It is interpreted that the Santa Elena Schists would pertain to a supracrustal sequence deposited between 556 and ca. 530-520 Ma in the southwestern Gondwana margin, in a foreland basin equivalent to the later stage of the Puncoviscana basin. It is also interpreted that the main source of sediments was derived from the denudation of a Mesoproterozoic magmatic arc, located to the East of the schists. This arc, equivalent to the precollisional magmatism of the Juruena and Sunsás orogens, would have been accreted to the southwestern margin of the Rio de la Plata craton and, at present, would form part of the substratum of its southwestern Paleoproterozoic ´rim´ and the substratum of the para-authochtonous Pampia terrane. This mechanism of accretion would be similar to that of other Archean-Paleoproterozoic cratonic nuclei, such as the Amazon, Kalahari and Congo. Finally, the other important source of provenance of the Santa Elena Schists indicates the existence of a belt of Neoproterozoic magmatic rocks that would pertain to an arc developed on the eastern margin of Pampia.

  2. Palinología arqueológica: su implicancia en el estudio del prehispánico tardío de las sierras de Córdoba (Argentina Archaeological Palynology: Its Impact On The Study Of The Late Prehispanic Period Of The Sierras De Córdoba, Argentina

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    Matías E. Medina

    2008-12-01

    Full Text Available Cuatro sitios arqueológicos correspondientes al Periodo prehispánico tardío de las sierras de Córdoba (ca. 1000-300 AP: Los Algarrobos 1, Puesto La Esquina 1 (Pampa de Olaen, C.Pun.39 y Las Chacras 2 (valle de Punilla, fueron estudiados en base a su contenido palinológico. Los sitios Los Algarrobos 1 y Puesto La Esquina 1 registraron, como consecuencia de sesgos tafonómicos, insuficiente contenido polínico. En cambio, las asociaciones polínicas de C.Pun.39 y Las Chacras 2 permitieron inferir paleo-comunidades vegetales dominadas por Chenopodiaceae-Amaranthaceae y Brassicaceae (C.Pun. 39 y por el primer taxón (Las Chacras 2. Las dos familias vegetales tienen baja representación en la lluvia polínica actual. Se postula la posibilidad de que las significativas proporciones de Chenopodiaceae-Amaranthaceae podrían estar sugiriendo la presencia de cultivos prehispánicos de Chenopodium quinoa y Amaranthus caudatus en los alrededores de los sitios. Otras evidencias de macro y microrrestos ligadas a cultivos sustentan dicha hipótesis. Las importantes proporciones tanto de Chenopodiaceae-Amaranthaceae como de Brassicaceae registradas en C.Pun.39 son también analizadas como indicativas de sucesivos abandonos y reocupaciones de los sitios, coherentes con un patrón de alta movilidad residencial entre los grupos prehispánicos tardíos. Ambientes perturbados por actividad antrópica habrían contribuido al desarrollo de tales plantas.Four archaeological sites dating from the Late Prehispanic Period of the Sierras de Córdoba (ca. 1000-300 BP are studied by means of palynological analysis. These sites are Los Algarrobos 1, Puesto La Esquina 1 (Pampa de Olaen, C.Pun.39 and Las Chacras 2 (Punilla valley. Los Algarrobos 1 and Puesto La Esquina 1 sites present scarce pollinic grains as a consequence of taphonomic bias. However, from the pollinic spectrum from C.Pun.39 and Las Chacras 2 sites it was possible to infer vegetational paleo-communities dominated by Chenopodiaceae- Amaranthaceae and Brassicaceae (at C.Pun.39 site and by the former taxon (at Las Chacras 2 site. There is poor presence of both vegetable families in current pollinic samples. It is thought that the high proportions of Chenopodiaceae- Amaranthaseae might suggest the presence of pre-Hispanic Chenopodium quinoa and Amaranthus caudatus crops in the areas surrounding the sites. Further evidence, such as domestic plant remains and agricultural tools, supports this hypothesis. Nevertheless, the high proportions of Chenopodiaceae-Amaranthaceae and Brassicaceae found in C.Pun.39 would also indicate successive abandonment and reoccupation processes at the residential camps, probably seasonally. Environments affected by anthropic activity might have contributed to the growth of these plants.

  3. Tobacco industry targeting youth in Argentina

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    Braun, S; Mejia, R; Ling, P M; Pérez-Stable, E J

    2013-01-01

    Background/aim Argentina has one of the highest cigarette smoking rates among both men and women in the Americas and no legislated restrictions on tobacco industry advertising. The tobacco industry has traditionally expanded markets by targeting adolescents and young adults. The objective of this study was to determine whether and how the tobacco industry promotes cigarettes to adolescents in Argentina. Methods We conducted a systematic search of tobacco industry documents available through the internet dated between 1995 and 2004 using standard search terms to identify marketing strategies in Argentina. A selected review of the four leading newspapers and nine magazines with reported high readership among adolescents was completed. The selected print media were searched for tobacco images and these were classified as advertisements if associated with a commercial product or as a story if not. Results The tobacco industry used market segmentation as a strategy to target Argentinean consumers. British American Tobacco (BAT) undertook a young adult psychographic study and classified them as “progressives”, “Jurassics” or “conservatives” and “crudos” or “spoiled brats”. BAT marketed Lucky Strike to the “progressives” using Hollywood movies as a vehicle. The tobacco industry also targeted their national brands to the conservatives and linked these brands with “nationalistic values” in advertising campaigns. Philip Morris promoted Marlboro by sponsoring activities directed at young people and they launched the 10 cigarettes packet as a starter vehicle. Conclusions The tobacco industry used psychographic segmentation of the population and developed advertising strategies focused on youth. Tobacco control researchers and advocates must be able to address these strategies in counter-marketing interventions. PMID:18299308

  4. JOURNALISM STUDIES IN ARGENTINA: BACKGROUND AND QUESTIONS

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    Adriana Amado

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    Full Text Available This article summarizes the background of empirical journalism studies in Argentina.  In recent publications, researchers have consistently underscored the lack of data on the profession and the scarce development of theoretical frameworks related to journalism studies.  The local investigations have prioritized approaches and methods that do not give the whole picture of the population of journalists. Most of the research tends to equate media analysis and media messages with journalism study and keeps on failing to provide data that allows for learning about the working conditions and the professional profile of the Argentinean journalists.

  5. Las ciencias del mar en la Argentina

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    Ogden, J.C.; Podestá, G.; Zingone, A.; Wiebe, W. J.; Myers, R.A.

    2003-01-01

    La situación de las ciencias del mar en la Argentina se puede caracterizar como una de ‘excelencia en aislamiento’. El tema dominante de las discusiones mantenidas por el comité que preparó este informe fue la virtual inexistencia de coordinación entre programas de investigación, equipo para realizar tareas de campo y personal científico y de apoyo en las instituciones. La coordinación que existe ocurre gracias a enormes esfuerzos individuales y a relaciones personales. Si bien en muchos luga...

  6. Una nueva saponina de Ilex argentina

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    Schenkel, Eloir Paulo; Athayde, Margareth L.; Gustavo C. Giberti; Guillaume, Dominique

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    Ilex argentina Lillo es una de las especies que ha sido mencionada como substituto de la yerba mate verdadera (Ilex yaraguariensis St. Hil.). La principal saponina de las hojas fue aislada y su estructura química elucidada a través de métodos espectroscópicos como el éster 28-β-D-glucopiranósido del ácido 3-O-α-L-arabinopiranosil-20(S)-19α, 24-dihidroxiursólico.

  7. Los vaivenes de la democracia Argentina

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    Quiroga, Hugo

    2008-01-01

    Un conjunto de acontecimientos políticos, de signos adversos y propicios, recorrió el siglo XX en Argentina. Esa experiencia nos ha enseñado, con su historia repetida de fracasos (desobediencia de los militares al poder civil, proscripciones políticas, fraude electoral), que la legitimidad de la democracia requiere tanto de instituciones estables como de la conformidad de la sociedad con las reglas de la sucesión pacífica del poder, exigencias que otorgan validez al régimen ...

  8. Volcanismo postorogénico en el extremo norte de las Sierras Pampeanas Orientales: Nuevos datos geocronológicos y sus implicancias tectónicas

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    2003-12-01

    Full Text Available Este trabajo presenta nuevos datos geocronológicos del sector norte de las Sierras Pampeanas Orientales, en la provincia de Santiago del Estero. La geología regional del área está caracterizada por una serie de granitoides de edad proterozoica tardía a cámbrica temprana que son intruidos por rocas volcánicas supracorticales. Un cuerpo riodacítico, emplazado discordantemente en granitos deformados, asignado a la Dacita Los Burros, está densamente intruido por diques riolíticos, conocidos como Riolitas Oncán, ampliamente expuestos en la sierra de Ambargasta. Estas rocas volcánicas fueron emplazadas después de un importante episodio de deformación y exhumación del batolito, que ocurrió durante la orogenia pampeana. Datos geocronológicos, obtenidos de circones de la Dacita Los Burros por SHRIMP II, permitieron determinar que este cuerpo ha terminado su cristalización alrededor de 512 ± 3,5 Ma, con un evento hidrotermal superpuesto de 481 ± 1,5 Ma. Este efecto hidrotermal ha sido interpretado como asociado al emplazamiento de las Riolitas Oncán. Basados en datos estructurales, análisis geoquímicos y petrológicos previos y los nuevos datos, es posible interpretar la existencia de un arco magmático en las Sierras Pampeanas Orientales desarrollado durante el Precámbrico tardío al Cámbrico temprano, como resultado de una subducción hacia el este del terreno Pampia. La colisión de este terreno controló la deformación principal y el metamorfismo alrededor de 530 Ma, la exhumación del batolito y el emplazamiento de las series volcánicas ácidas aquí descriptas durante el Cámbrico inferior. A su vez, las edades modelos Sm-Nd compiladas para el centro de la Argentina y áreas adyacentes, junto con el análisis aquí presentado, muestran dos basamentos diferentes: edades modelo entre 1800 y 1300 Ma están concentradas al oeste de la zona de cizalla transbrasiliana, mientras que en el sector oriental edades modelos entre 2000

  9. Derechos humanos y sexualidad en la Argentina

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    Mario Pecheny

    2006-12-01

    Full Text Available Este artículo presenta un panorama de la situación de los derechos que tienen que ver con la sexualidad, en la Argentina contemporánea. Basándose principalmente en la legislación positiva, se presenta en primer lugar una síntesis del sistema legal y político, resumiendo a continuación el proceso de inclusión de los derechos sexuales, sobre todo desde 1983, cuando se recuperó la democracia. Las temáticas abordadas son: igualdad civil y conyugalidad, orientación sexual e identidad de género, reproducción, aborto, violencia de género y violencia sexual, VIH/sida, y explotación y trabajo sexual. El artículo concluye con una reflexión sobre las principales deudas pendientes.This paper presents an overview of the situation concerning the rights related to sexuality in contemporary Argentina. Based specially on the positive legislation, it is primarily presented a synthesis of the legal and political system. Next, the paper summarizes the process of inclusion of the sexual rights, mainly since 1983, when democracy has been recovered. The following issues are addressed: civil equality and conjugality; sexual orientation and gender identity; reproduction; abortion; gender a sexual violence; HIV/Aids; and exploitation and sexual work. The paper ends with a consideration about the still remaining doubts.

  10. Central Argentina de Elementos Modulares (CAREM)

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    CAREM (Central ARgentina de Elementos Modulares) is an Argentine project to develop, design and construct an innovative, simple and small nuclear power plant (NPP). This plant has an indirect cycle reactor with distinctive and characteristic features that greatly simplify the design and contribute to a high safety level. Some of the high-level design characteristics of the plant are: an integrated primary cooling system; self-pressurized primary system and safety systems relying on passive features. CAREM is a CNEA (Comision Nacional de Energia Atomica) project, which has been jointly developed with INVAP, an Argentine company. The CAREM concept was first presented in March 1984, in Lima, Peru, during the IAEA's conference on small and medium sized reactors. Chronologically CAREM was one of the first of the present new generation of reactor designs. The first step of this project is the construction of the prototype of about 27 MW(e) (CAREM-25). This project allows Argentina to sustain activities in nuclear power plant design, assuring the availability of updated technology in the mid-term. The design basis is supported by the cumulative experience acquired in research reactor design, construction and operation and pressurized heavy water reactor (PHWR) operation, as well as development of advanced design solutions. The Generation IV International Forum (GIF) recognized CAREM as an international near term deployment (INTD) reactor

  11. Validation of the PASAT in Argentina.

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    Vanotti, Sandra; Eizaguirre, Maria Barbara; Cores, Evangelina Valeria; Yastremis, Cecilia; Garcea, Orlando; Salgado, Pablo; Cáceres, Fernando

    2016-01-01

    The Paced Auditory Serial Addition Test (PASAT) is one of the most used neuropsychological tests to assess information processing speed and working memory in brain injured patients. This study was carried out with the purpose of obtaining normative data for the PASAT-3″ in a healthy Argentinean population, which would result in a reference control population. The PASAT-3″ was administered in a sample of 296 healthy voluntary subjects, born and living in Argentina. The age range went from 20 to 70 years-old. The level of education was 0 to 13 or more years of schooling. The sample obtained a mean of 44.60 (SD = 10.72) in the PASAT-3″. It was found that the score obtained in the PASAT-3″ was related to the age and the level of instruction of the participants. Their performance diminished as age increased and, conversely, it increased as the level of instruction was higher. Normative data was obtained for a Latin American population from Argentina. Percentile distributions obtained by decades of age and different levels of education should be considered as useful reference values for clinicians and investigators when applying the PASAT-3″ to assess cognitive function in different pathologies. PMID:26980661

  12. The industrial nuclear fuel cycle in Argentina

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    The nuclear power program of Argentina for the period 1976-85 is described, as a basis to indicate fuel requirements and the consequent implementation of a national fuel cycle industry. Fuel cycle activities in Argentina were initiated as soon as 1951-2 in the prospection and mining activities through the country. Following this step, yellow-cake production was initiated in plants of limited capacity. National production of uranium concentrate has met requirements up to the present time, and will continue to do so until the Sierra Pintada Industrial Complex starts operation in 1979. Presently, there is a gap in local production of uranium dioxide and fuel elements for the Atucha power station, which are produced abroad using Argentine uranium concentrate. With its background, the argentine program for the installation of nuclear fuel cycle industries is described, and the techno-economical implications considered. Individual projects are reviewed, as well as the present and planned infrastructure needed to support the industrial effort

  13. Yugoslav teachers in Argentina 1939-1944

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    Stefanović-Banović Milesa

    2014-01-01

    Full Text Available In this paper we present reports of Yugoslav teachers who held classes to immigrants in Argentina 1939-1944, organized by the government of Kingdom of Yugoslavia. Teachers’ reports to Yugoslav Embassy in Buenos Aires testify of Kingdom of Yugoslavia efforts to oppose assimilation and promote and strengthen “Yugoslav national unity”. The reports also describe general social circumstances of Yugoslav immigrants, show various details from their everyday life and contain valuable data on numerous political, economic, social and cultural problems of this diaspora in Argentina and their relationship with motherland. We believe that archive materials presented in this paper opens numerous questions which could be topics of separate researches. Some of them could be the following: To which extent the teachers’ reports represented the actual situation and to which they were shaped to match policy and expectations of Kingdom of Yugoslavia? What was the actual influence of teachers to spreading the “national unity” among immigrants? Have their work left trace in Yugoslav diaspora and in which way? Beside all of the open issues, it is certain that teachers’ reports contain valuable data on immigrants’ everyday life, curriculum, schooling conditions, relationship with motherland, etc. [Projekat Ministarstva nauke Republike Srbije, br. 47016: Interdisciplinarno istraživanje kulturnog i jezičkog nasleđa Srbije. Izrada multimedijalnog internet portala "Pojmovnik srpske kulture"

  14. Spent Fuel Management of NPPs in Argentina

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    There are two Nuclear Power Plants in operation in Argentina: “Atucha I” (unique PHWR design) in operation since 1974, and “Embalse” (typical CANDU reactor) which started operation in 1984. Both NPPs are operated by “Nucleoeléctrica Argentina S.A” which is responsible for the management and interim storage of spent fuel till the end of the operative life of the plants. A third NPP, “Atucha II” is under construction, with a similar design of Atucha I. The legislative framework establishes that after final shutdown of a NPP the spent fuel will be transferred to the “National Atomic Energy Commission”, which is also responsible for the decommissioning of the Plants. In Atucha I, the spent fuel is stored underwater, until another option is implemented meanwhile in Embalse the spent fuel is stored during six years in pools and then it is moved to a dry storage. A decision about the fuel cycle back-end strategy will be taken before year 2030. (author)

  15. [Dengue vaccines. A reality for Argentina?].

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    Orellano, Pablo W; Salomón, Oscar D

    2016-01-01

    Dengue outbreaks have occurred yearly in Argentina since 1998. A number of candidate vaccines have been tested in endemic countries. The most advanced one was licensed in three countries of Latin America for children over 9 years of age. In the present article the benefits and drawbacks of these vaccines as well as the challenges for the implementation of a vaccination strategy in Argentina are discussed. Furthermore, a risk stratification strategy with new criteria and a multidisciplinary vision is suggested as a possible path for the assessment of the pertinence of a vaccination program in areas showing the highest risk of dengue transmission and/or for people at the greatest risk of developing severe dengue. It is also suggested that the definition regarding the status of endemicity should take into account the local realities. Finally, this paper proposes a broad discussion on the evidences, the expected impact and instrumental aspects that would be involved in the incorporation of a dengue vaccine, marketed or in development, into the national immunization program, and especially which subpopulation should be targeted for the immunization strategy to be cost-effective. PMID:27028058

  16. Brucellosis in buffalos from Corrientes northeast (Argentina

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    G. Crudeli

    2010-02-01

    Full Text Available Buffalo’s production represents an important option as input source in livestock systems located in areas with little profitability by cattle. In mostly farms, cattle and buffalos are breeding together, due that in Argentina, to carry out buffalo’s production is in an extensive way, with the aim to produce meat – mostly- milk – for this production nutritional supplements are used- and leathers. Brucellosis is zoonic illnesses from bacteria belong to Brucella which caused human human health problems by contaminated food ingestion or to those who are in touch with cattle. In Argentina, exist the National Control an Elimination Program for cattle Brucellosis, which include buffalos also, there is inclosed female vaccination and serologic segregation of positive reactants. Diagnosis techniques ruled for cattle brucellosis are BPA (Buffered Plate Agglutination, Tube seroaglutination and 2MercaptoEthanol. International reference test is Complement Fixation. By means of this present work, we pretend to evaluate the serologic diagnosis utility, ruled to the buffalos and compare obtained results by BPA, SAT and 2ME with Complement Fixation Test. In the present communication are presented results from the use of diagnosis techniques recommended by SENASA (National Service of Sanity and Quality Agro-Food to buffalo’s serums which belong to nine farms from NE Corrientes State. Obtained results show that association o BPA as Screening Test and SAT and 2ME as Confirmated Test has a valid correlation for the detection of positive animals with the reference technique Complement Fixation.

  17. Horizontalidad, autogestión y protagonismo en Argentina

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    Marina Sitrin

    2010-04-01

    Full Text Available Este artículo trata los movimientos sociales autónomos que surgieron después de la crisis económica y la posterior rebelión popular en Argentina en diciembre de 2001. Los movimientos autónomos en la Argentina, como tantos movimientos en el mundo de hoy, son movimientos basados en la creación de nuevas relaciones sociales y comunidades ahora, al mismo tiempo que proyectan nuevas sociedades y las relaciones en y para el futuro. Son movimientos con una concepción diferente del tiempo y el espacio. Son movimientos que entienden lo individual y lo colectivo como vinculados entre sí.Hay mucho en común entre la experiencia en la Argentina y las prácticas e ideas anarquistas. Eso no significa que los que están creando nuevas relaciones y comunidades en la Argentina sean anarquistas. Lo que este artículo intenta hacer es basarse en las experiencias de los movimientos sociales argentinos para iniciar una reflexión sobre las prácticas e ideas que los anarquistas pueden prestar a los distintos movimientos y comunidades autónomas; y, a su vez, sobre lo que los movimientos autónomos en la Argentina puede dar a las ideas y prácticas anarquistas.Palabras Clave: movimientos sociales, rebelión popular, Argentina, Anarquismo, movimientos autónomos_____________________ABSTRACT:This article discusses the autonomous social movements that arose after the economic crisis and subsequent popular rebellion in Argentina in December of 2001. The autonomous movements in Argentina, as so many movements around the world today, are movements based on creating new social relationships and communities now, while simultaneously creating new societies and relationships in and for the future. They are movements with a different conception of time and place. They are movements that see the individual and the collective as linked to one another.There is a great deal in common with the experience in Argentina and anarchist practices and ideas. That does not make

  18. Overview and perspectives for Open Access development in Argentina

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    Sandra Miguel

    2013-04-01

    Full Text Available This paper provides an overview and perspectives for development of the Open Access movement in Argentina, within the global and regional (Latin American context. It outlines the evolution and current state of initiatives around the two main approaches to Open Access, the golden and green roads. The main Open Access policies and support of OA movement by governments in Latin American region, and particularly in Argentina, are highlighted, while recent studies on publishing practices and authors’ positions regarding Open Access are presented. The paper concludes that the prospects for development of OA in Argentina, both through golden and green roads are favorable, with their strengths and shortcomings

  19. Tabaquismo durante el embarazo en Argentina y Uruguay Smoking during pregnancy in Argentina and Uruguay

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    Fernando Althabe

    2008-02-01

    Full Text Available Argentina y Uruguay están entre los países con mayor proporción de mujeres jóvenes fumadoras. Se desconoce cuál es la proporción exacta de ellas que fuman durante el embarazo así como las características de las que dejan de fumar y las que continúan fumando durante el embarazo. Realizamos una encuesta administrada por un/a entrevistador/a a 1512 mujeres embarazadas de 18 años o mayores (796 en Argentina; 716 en Uruguay, que concurrían a control prenatal en hospitales públicos de grandes conglomerados urbanos. 44% de las mujeres en Argentina y 53% en Uruguay habían sido o eran fumadoras. Durante el embarazo, 11% de las mujeres en Argentina y 18% en Uruguay continuaron fumando. En ambos países, la proporción de mujeres que vive con fumadores, permite fumar en el hogar y regularmente o siempre se encuentra en lugares cerrados con personas que estén fumando fue 49%, 46% y 20% entre las mujeres que nunca fumaron, 67%, 60% y 32% entre las que dejaron, y 78%, 75% y 52% entre las que continuaron fumando respectivamente. El estudio confirma un importante problema de salud pública y documenta que la exposición ambiental persiste en subgrupos de mujeres, aun en aquéllas que dejaron de fumar. Es importante que el sector de salud pública provea acceso a programas efectivos para dejar de fumar durante el embarazo. Cualquier nueva intervención a desarrollar que intente tener un éxito al menos moderado y sostenible, debiera incluir componentes que actúen sobre el entorno fumador de la mujer embarazada que fuma.Argentina and Uruguay are among the countries in which a large proportion of young women smoke. The rate of smokers during pregnancy in both countries is not well known, and data on the characteristics of women who quit smoking during pregnancy compared to those who continue smoking are not available. We conducted a survey including 1512 pregnant women >18 years old (796 in Argentina; 716 in Uruguay, during antenatal visits in

  20. Sociologia, peronismo e esquerda na Argentina Sociology, peronism and left in Argentina

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    Carlos R. Etulain

    2007-01-01

    O trabalho discute, o papel do peronismo e os problemas político-ideológicos que ele coloca para a esquerda Argentina. Busca, também, apresentar os principais elementos para uma análise da esquerda frente ao fenômeno do peronismo. Palavras-chave: Peronismo. Esquerda. Trabalhadores. Movimentos sociais. Classes sociais. Capitalismo. Política. This paper presents the role of Peronism and the ideological political problems to be confronted by the Argentinian leftists...

  1. Novelties in Casearia (Flacourtiaceae for Argentina NOVEDADES EN CASEARIA (FLACOURTIACEAE PARA ARGENTINA

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    Héctor A. Keller

    2010-07-01

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    Casearia obliqua Spreng. (Flacourtiaceae is recorded for the first time to Argentina, based on
    specimens collected beside Iguazú river, in Misiones province. The taxon is here described
    and illustrated. The presence of Casearia gossypiosperma Briq. in Misiones, a tree mentioned
    in 1936 for that province, is here documented by mean herbarium material. A key for identifying
    the argentinean species is included
    Se cita por primera vez para la flora de Argentina, Casearia obliqua Spreng. (Flacourtiaceae,
    sobre la base de ejemplares recolectados junto al río Iguazú, en la provincia de Misiones. Este
    taxón es descripto e ilustrado. Se certifica mediante material de herbario la presencia en
    Misiones de Casearia gossypiosperma Briq., especie arbórea que fue mencionada para dicha
    provincia en 1936. Se incluye una clave para determinar las especies de Casearia de
    Argentina.

  2. The multiple applications of the nuclear techniques in Argentina

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    A review is given of the use of nuclear technology in Argentina, especially in the field of the production of radioisotopes and radiopharmaceuticals, nuclear medicine, and industrial applications. The applications of ionizing radiation are also reviewed

  3. Overview in Argentina on spent/disused radiation sources

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    The paper describes approaches and practices for management of radioactive waste and spent/disused radioactive sources in Argentina. Information on spent sources inventory, their characteristics, available storage and disposal capacities for radioactive waste is provided. (author)

  4. Regulatory requirements for the management of radioactive wastes in Argentina

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    Nuclear activity started in Argentina in the early fifties and since then all the peaceful applications of nuclear energy have been developed including nucleo electricity production. In 1994 the organization in charge of the regulatory control of nuclear activities, now the Nuclear Regulatory Authority (ARN), became independent from the organizations related with nuclear promotion (mainly National Atomic Energy Commission, CNEA). Concerning regulatory activities, the regulatory system applied by ARN in Argentina is based on the IAEA's and ICRP's recommendations, adapted to the needs of the country and its own experience gained through more than thirty years of regulatory activities. Besides, specialists from the regulatory organization from Argentina contributed to the development of the recommendations of such organizations. In order to contribute to the understanding of the application of the nuclear regulatory system in Argentina, an overview of the legal and regulatory framework is provided. (author)

  5. The participation of Argentina in the CTBT verification regime

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    Argentina is among the countries involved in the CTBT with seismic, radionuclide and infra sound stations. In May 1998, a Provisional Agreement was signed between the Argentine Ministry of Foreign Affairs and the Executive Secretary of the Provisional technical Secretariat to allow technicians and equipment of the CTBTO to start the harmonization and upgrade of the monitoring stations located in Argentina. It started, through Instituto de Prevencion Sismica (INPRES), participating with the group of Scientific experts at the Conference of Disarmament. Concerning radionuclide monitoring and infra sound technologies Argentina participates with its stations managed by the Nuclear Regulatory Authority. Participation of Argentina in the CTBT is considered as an excellent opportunity for interchanging information and experiences among Argentine experts and experts from other countries

  6. FLORA ARGENTINA: NOVEDADES EN PRIMULACEAE Argentinian flora: novelties in Primulaceae

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    Sara G. Tressens

    2010-08-01

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    Anagallis filiformis Cham. & Schltdl., especie no mencionada previamente para la Argentina,
    es citada, descripta e ilustrada. Se señala por primera vez A. arvensis L., ampliamente
    extendida en la Argentina, para las provincias de Corrientes y Misiones. Se incluye una clave
    para la identificación de las cuatro especies de Anagallis presentes en el país
    Anagallis filiformis Cham. & Schltdl., species not previously mentioned for Argentina is
    recorded, described and illustrated. A. arvensis L., largely widespread in Argentina, is reported
    for the first time from Corrientes and Misiones provinces. A key for the identification of the four
    species of Anagallis present in the country is also included

  7. Radioactive waste with 14C in Argentina

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    14C is a long half-life radioisotope, which is present in radioactive waste generated during the operation and decommissioning of nuclear power plants. 14C can also be found in waste generated by medical diagnostic laboratories or any one generated by fields that deal with research and development (mainly connected with the biochemists area). According to international precedents the disposal of 14C based on the final amount found in radioactive waste and its chemical form have conditioned the design and operation of the facilities (either because of the amount of it or the chemical form in which 14C was present). We have to take into account that the design of facilities for radioactive waste disposal is included among the obligations of the National Radioactive Waste Management Program (PNGRR). It is absolutely necessary to count with enough information about the characteristics of any waste containing 14C that is generated in Argentina, in order to be able to fulfil the requirements previously mentioned. The main characteristics of interest in the frame of the present project are: a) the principal reactions that take place for the formation of 14C; b) The specific concentration of activity in materials where this radio nuclei is formed or is accumulated; c) To know which is the current step in the process of managing these wastes (in Argentina and all over the world). Either if it refers to bulk or conditioned storage, inside the generating facility; d) Transportation possibilities of 14C under these conditions; e) The accumulated volume and the generation rate of this kind of waste in Argentina. This paper presents an initial collection and evaluation of the information related to the characteristics already mentioned, having gathered published material from the literature and information in the PNGRR up to this moment. The description of the characteristics of the radioactive waste containing 14C from nuclear power plants, hospitals and research and

  8. Argentina's regulatory body: its communication activities

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    Full text: The Nuclear Regulatory Authority of Argentina (ARN) is empowered to regulate and control the nuclear activity with regard to radiation and nuclear safety, physical protection and nuclear non-proliferation issues. It must also advise the Executive on issues under its purview. The objective of the Nuclear Regulatory Authority is to establish, develop and enforce a regulatory system applicable to all nuclear activities carried out in Argentina. Two of the goals of this regulatory system are to provide an appropriate standard of protection for individuals against the harmful effects of ionizing radiation, and to maintain a reasonable degree of radiological and nuclear safety in the nuclear activities performed in Argentina. The responsibility of the radiation protection community in performing the tasks to accomplish this goals is twofold. On one hand, it must ensure a high technical quality in performing these functions. It must also provide information on its activities which has to be accurate, comprehensive and understandable. The way a society understands the concept of 'risk' needs to be kept in mind. Risk perception is the subjective judgment that people make about the characteristics and severity of a risk. Cultural theory refers to theories of risk perception that focus on culture, rather than individual psychology as an explanation for differences in risk judgments. It is widely agreed that trust is a key factor in influencing people's perceptions of risk. It is understood there are two main ways trust may impact in risk perceptions: an activity is perceived as more risky if the people or agencies managing it are perceived as untrustworthy; and information presented by trusted sources is given more credibility than information from untrusted sources. One of the primary purposes of ARN's Communication Program is to provide a means whereby those engaged in radiation protection activities may communicate more readily with each other and the public and

  9. Phylodynamics of vampire bat-transmitted rabies in Argentina

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    Torres, C.; Lema, C; DOHMEN, F. GURY; Beltran, F.; NOVARO, L.; S. Russo; Freire, M. C.; Velasco-Villa, A; Mbayed, V. A.; D. M. CISTERNA

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    Common vampire bat populations distributed from Mexico to Argentina are important rabies reservoir hosts in Latin America. The aim of this work was to analyse the population structure of the rabies virus (RABV) variants associated with vampire bats in the Americas and to study their phylodynamic pattern within Argentina. The phylogenetic analysis based on all available vampire bat-related N gene sequences showed both a geographical and a temporal structure. The two largest groups of RABV vari...

  10. Determination the atmospheric fallout in the Argentina Republic

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    With the purpose to study the radioactive precipitation present in the Argentina Republic, due to the rehearsal the nuclear weapons in the atmosphere carried out in the past, you implement the environmental sampling outside of the area gives influence the nuclear facilities the Argentina during the years 1996 and 1997. The concentrations were determined Cs 137 and Sr 90 in samples air, radioactive material (rain water), milk, diet standard average and in several foods

  11. Making sense of immigration policy : Argentina, 1870-1930

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    Sánchez-Alonso, Blanca

    2010-01-01

    The aim of this paper is to disentangle the different forces shaping Argentine immigration policy from 1870 to 1930. Although immigration restrictions increased over time Argentina remained relatively open to mass migration until the 1930s in contrast with the United States. The quantitative evidence presented here suggests that there were economic reasons to restrict immigration prior to the 1930s, namely rising inequality and a declining demand for workers. Labour in Argentina would have be...

  12. A Very Active Sprite-Producing Storm Observed Over Argentina

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    Thomas, J.N.; Taylor, Michael J.; Pautet, D.; Bailey, M.; Solorzano, N. N.; R. H. Holzworth; McCarthy, M.P.; Kokorowski, M.; Sao Sabbas, F.; Pinto Jr., O.; Cummer, S. A.; Jaugey, N.; Li, J.; Schuch, N. J.

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    During the night of 22–23 February 2006, more than 400 middle- atmospheric optical discharges were observed above one large thunderstorm system over northeastern Argentina. These transient luminous events (TLEs) were imaged during the Southern Brazil Sprite Campaign, the first campaign to focus on TLEs over southern Brazil, northeastern Argentina, and Uruguay. All of the TLEs were imaged from the Brazilian Southern Space Observatory (SSO) near Santa Maria, which is nearly in the center of the...

  13. Tareas que realizan los bibliotecarios universitarios en Argentina

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    Werner Agazzi; Natalia Tchouldjian

    2011-01-01

    El presente estudio es una investigación descriptiva que pretende conocer las tareas que realizan los bibliotecarios en las bibliotecas universitarias argentinas, abordando el tema desde la perspectiva de las competencias laborales y el actual perfil del bibliotecario universitario. Mediante la utilización de un cuestionario enviado a las direcciones de e-mail de bibliotecas universitarias argentinas se compilaron datos sobre las tareas que realizan los bibliotecarios en esas instituciones. A...

  14. Reflexiones para una historia del documental en Argentina

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    Carmen Guarini

    2006-12-01

    Full Text Available Documentary cinema has had, in Argentina, an uncertain destination, in some periods it was protagonist, and in others almost disappeared.In this last decade it reached levels of interesting production and quality. It is already a common place to associate this growth to the social situation of crisis since 2001 that overflew in “filmed events”. However, in Argentina documentary possesses a long history that includes fundamental names for its construction.

  15. CROSSROADS BETWEEN EDUCATION POLICIES AND INDIGENOUS LANGUAGES MAINTENANCE IN ARGENTINA

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    Ana Carolina Hecht

    2010-06-01

    Full Text Available Process of language shift is explained by many researchers since linguistic and anthropological perspectives. This area focuses on the correlations between social processes and changes in systems of use of a language. This article aims to address these issues. In particular, we analyze the links between educational-linguistic policy and the maintenance of the languages spoken in Argentina. In doing so, we explore this field taking into account the linguistic and educational policies implemented about indigenous languages in Argentina.

  16. El estrés oxidativo como mecanismo de acción del plomo: Implicancias terapéuticas Oxidative stress as a mechanism of action of lead: Therapeutic implications

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    Samanta Andrea Martínez

    2011-12-01

    Full Text Available El plomo (Pb es un metal no esencial altamente tóxico que afecta a diversos órganos y tejidos. Si bien aún no ha sido descripto un mecanismo único mediante el cual este metal ejerce sus efectos tóxicos, un gran número de estudios han puesto en evidencia el rol fundamental del estrés oxidativo en la intoxicación por Pb. A este respecto, ha sido informado que en la intoxicación por Pb el estrés oxidativo puede ocurrir a diferentes niveles: por generación de ácido ä-aminolevulínico (ä-ALA, por la capacidad per se que posee el Pb para inducir peroxidación lipídica en presencia de ión ferroso (Fe2+, o por depleción de glutatión (GSH y enzimas antioxidantes. Sobre la base de estos antecedentes, el objetivo de esta revisión es presentar evidencias recientes sobre la implicancia del estrés oxidativo en los efectos adversos ocasionados por Pb, destacar la posibilidad de utilización de biomarcadores de estrés oxidativo como un método complementario al diagnóstico temprano de exposición y revelar la importancia de los compuestos antioxidantes como nuevas herramientas en la prevención y tratamiento de la intoxicación por este metal.Lead (Pb is a highly toxic non-essential metal that affects different organs and tissues. Although at the present a unique mechanism by which this metal exerts its toxic effects has not been described, a large number of studies have highlighted the fundamental role of oxidative stress in the pathophysiology of Pb poisoning. In this regard, it has been reported that Pb-induced oxidative stress can occur at different levels: by the generation of ä-aminolevulinic acid (ä-ALA, through its ability to induce lipid peroxidation in the presence of ferrous ion (Fe2+, or via glutathione (GSH or antioxidant enzyme depletion. On the basis of these antecedents, the aim of this review is to present recent evidence regarding the implication of oxidative stress in the adverse effects caused by Pb, to emphasize the

  17. Phylodynamics of vampire bat-transmitted rabies in Argentina.

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    Torres, C; Lema, C; Dohmen, F Gury; Beltran, F; Novaro, L; Russo, S; Freire, M C; Velasco-Villa, A; Mbayed, V A; Cisterna, D M

    2014-05-01

    Common vampire bat populations distributed from Mexico to Argentina are important rabies reservoir hosts in Latin America. The aim of this work was to analyse the population structure of the rabies virus (RABV) variants associated with vampire bats in the Americas and to study their phylodynamic pattern within Argentina. The phylogenetic analysis based on all available vampire bat-related N gene sequences showed both a geographical and a temporal structure. The two largest groups of RABV variants from Argentina were isolated from northwestern Argentina and from the central western zone of northeastern Argentina, corresponding to livestock areas with different climatic, topographic and biogeographical conditions, which determined their dissemination and evolutionary patterns. In addition, multiple introductions of the infection into Argentina, possibly from Brazil, were detected. The phylodynamic analysis suggests that RABV transmission dynamics is characterized by initial epizootic waves followed by local enzootic cycles with variable persistence. Anthropogenic interventions in the ecosystem should be assessed taking into account not only the environmental impact but also the potential risk of disease spreading through dissemination of current RABV lineages or the emergence of novel ones associated with vampire bats. PMID:24661865

  18. Argentina neodesarrollista : Debates sobre el modelo

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    Féliz, Mariano

    2015-01-01

    En este libro desarrollamos estudios diversos sobre la economía argentina; las políticas públicas y la estructura social; el proyecto de desarrollo en el país y la región; y la dinámica del capitalismo a escala global. En todos los casos, el objetivo de los textos es analítico y pedagógico a la vez. Pretenden aportar a la comprensión de los diversos problemas, presentando elementos de una propuesta superadora partiendo de la crítica de la economía dominante y desde una lectura que se nutra de...

  19. NUEVAS CITAS DE ASCLEPIADACEAE PARA ARGENTINA

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    Sergio A Cáceres Moral

    2010-11-01

    Full Text Available Dos especies no mencionadas anteriormente de la Argentina son tratadas e ilustradas: Oxypetalum molle Hook. et Arn. y Oxypetalum ineanum Fourn. Oxypetalum appendieulatum Mart. et Zucc., Oxypetalum confusum Malme, Oxypetalum jörgensenii Meyer, Oxypetalum microphyllum Hook. et Arn., Oxypetalum pannosum Decaisne, Oxypetalum stipatum Malme, Funastrum flavum (Decaisne Malme y Blepharodon lineare (Decaisne Decaisne se registran por primera vez para la flora de Corrientes ..

  20. Adequacy features of Nucleoelectrica Argentina Safety Management

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    The Argentine Nuclear Power Plants (NPP) ATUCHA I (357 Mw, SIEMENS) and EMBALSE (648 Mw, CANDU), both of PHWR type, were owned and operated until August 94 by the Comision Nacional de Energia Atomica (CNEA). Until that date, CNEA, the national agency for nuclear R and D, concentrated three activities or roles: Research, Nuclear Regulations and NPP Operation. Since August 1994 NPP's are owned and operated by a state electrical company (Nucleoelectrica Argentina S.A.) the nuclear utility supplying 15% of the national electrical generation demand. NASA is going to be privatized according to a recent national law regulating nuclear activities. The transition from a research agency to a commercial company requires the introduction of changes in the management of activities. Mention of these changes is limited to those relating to Safety

  1. Nuclear fuel supply view in Argentina

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    The Argentine Atomic Energy Commission promoted and participated in a unique achievement in the R and D system in Argentina: the integration of science technology and production based on a central core of knowledge for the control and management of the nuclear fuel cycle technology. CONUAR SA, as a fuel manufacturer, FAE SA, the manufacturer of Zircaloy tubes, CNEA and now DIOXITEC SA producer of Uranium Dioxide, have been supply, in the last ten years, the amount of products required for about 1300 Tn of equivalent U content in fuels. The most promising changes for the fuel cycle economy is the Slight Enriched Uranium project which begun in Atucha I reactor. In 1997 seventy five fuel assemblies, equivalent to 900 Candu fuel bundles, will complete its irradiation. (author)

  2. Virtual Archaeology in an argentina colonial estancia

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    Florencia Vázquez

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    Full Text Available This is a first approach to the application of virtual reconstruction techniques of a colonial house. In Argentina it is still uncommon to perform 3D modeling of archaeological sites and especially in historical archeology. As a first step, we used the Google SketchUp to model the country house located on the banks of the Río de la Plata (Buenos Aires. It has historical significance because it belonged to a Spanish councilman, housed hundreds of slaves and was the place where stayed the troops that carried out the Second British Invasion of Buenos Aires. In this case, the 3D modeling was useful for evaluating the future excavationa and activities of preservation of cultural heritage.

  3. Researching quality of life in Argentina

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    Graciela Tonón

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    Full Text Available The study of quality of life considers at the same time objective and subjective circumstances of people life. In 1995 was created the International Society for Quality of Life Studies (ISQOLS whose purposes are to promote and encourage research in the field of quality-of-life studies and provide an organization through which all academic and professional researchers interested in QOL studies may coordinate their efforts to advance the field of QOL studies within various disciplines. In the case of Argentina since 2004, the Facultad de Ciencias Sociales, Universidad Nacional de Lomas de Zamora has organized the Research Program in Quality of life to develop different kind of projects about quality of life in different fields, trying to be considered by national institutions that decide public policies. 

  4. 222Rn Measurements in Dwellings of Argentina

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    Radon gas (222Rn) is responsible of about fifty per cent of the world population dose due to natural sources, being the most important pathway the inhalation of radon progeny, specially indoors. Radon concentration has been measured in dwellings at different locations in Argentina. The places selected to be evaluated are representative of the different geologic zones of the country. Near 3000 dwellings have been analyzed since 1983 up today. The measuring methods used in this case were track etched detectors, electrets and detectors based on activated charcoal adsorption. Two different methods with track etched detectors were used: a simple one, which determines only the average radon concentration, and a second one that measures both radon concentration and the equilibrium factor (F) between radon and its daughters. The last one is a method that uses two Makrofol passive track detectors in the same device. The average radon concentration value obtained from all the dwellings evaluated was 44.2 Bq.m-3. The annual effective dose calculated from this average concentration, using a dosimetric factor of 25 μSv.a-1.(Bq.m-3)-1, which assumes an equilibrium factor of 0.4, was 1.11 mSv. The average value obtained from the 222 dwellings evaluated by the second method was 49.3 Bq.m-3 and 0,37 the equilibrium factor, resulting the annual effective dose estimated 1,44 mSv. The measured equilibrium factor of 0,37 allows us to verify the assumed equilibrium factor of 0,4. Finally, radon levels in dwellings of Argentina are within the acceptable values for population, not being necessary to implement remedial actions, except in isolate cases that are still under study. (authors)

  5. The blue land planarian Caenoplana coerulea, an invader in Argentina La planaria terrestre azul Caenoplana coerulea, un invasor en Argentina

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    Lisandro Héctor Luis-Negrete; Francisco Brusa; Leigh Winsor

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    The blue land planarian Caenoplana coerulea is reported from Argentina (Buenos Aires province). We found C. coerulea in the east central region of Argentina in anthropic environments. The specimens that we found have the characteristic of the species found in others regions; that is, a bluish dorsal surface with a yellow mid-dorsal stripe and eyes forming a single row around the anterior tip, clustered laterally. This is the first record of this species from the Neotropical Region, and togeth...

  6. Conflictos socioambientales: identificación y representación espacial. Estudio de caso en la ciudad de Río Cuarto (Argentina

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    Galfioni, María de los Angeles

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    Full Text Available In the city of Rio Cuarto (Cordoba Province, Argentina today warns that the process of urban sprawl generates, on one hand, the inclusion of land uses that previously were located in the periphery, and secondly, the encounter with activities related to suburban or rural area (agricultural, industrial, commercial faced with those from urban areas, thus increasing the field of socio-environmental conflicts. This situation forces the scientific field to generate knowledge for use in the making of decisions by the State that is who must reconcile conflicting interests and ensure sustainable development. Because it conflicts with a strong territorial implications, addressing them is a mapping from updated and consistent with the objectives. The aim of this paper is to develop a systematic, characterization and subsequent mapping of environmental social unrest in the city of Rio Cuarto in a GIS environment. To link it then with the expansion of the urban built environment.En la ciudad de Río Cuarto (provincia de Córdoba, Argentina se advierte en la actualidad que el proceso de expansión urbana genera, por un lado, la inclusión de usos de suelo que con anterioridad se localizaban en la periferia, y por otro, el encuentro con actividades vinculadas al ámbito periurbano o rural (agrícola, industrial, comercial que confrontan con aquellas del ámbito urbano, aumentando de esta manera el campo de conflictos socio ambientales. Esta situación, obliga al ámbito científico a generar conocimientos que sirvan para la toma de decisiones por parte del Estado, que debe conciliar intereses contrapuestos y asegurar un desarrollo sostenible. Por tratarse de conflictos con una fuerte implicancia territorial, el abordaje de los mismos se hace a partir de una cartografía actualizada y acorde a los objetivos propuestos. El objetivo del presente artículo es elaborar una sistematización, caracterización y posterior cartografía de conflictividad socio ambiental

  7. Implicancias de una política criminológica ineficiente e ineficaz. La afectación desde el estado democrático y de derecho del valor libertad y otros derechos fundamentales/Implications of a criminological policy ineffective and inefficient. Involvement from the democratic state and law of the value of freedom and other fundamental rights

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    Gino Ríos Patio

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    Full Text Available El presente trabajo de investigación tiene como objetivo determinar las implicancias que presenta una política criminológica ineficiente e ineficaz, respecto a la libertad y otros derechos fundamentales en un Estado Democrático y de Derecho, para lo cual se analiza la doctrina existente sobre el Estado, los Derechos Humanos y la Criminología, así como el estado de la cuestión caracterizado por los casos contraindicados precisamente por la política criminológica y que, sin embargo, se han dado en mi país, para extraer conclusiones concretas y puntuales sobre la inconveniencia de dichas medidas, las cuales podrían servir como referente para cualquier otro país de la región.

  8. Estrategias de prevención de dengue: Rosario, Argentina Dengue prevention strategies: Rosario, Argentina

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    A pesar de la presencia de Aëdes aegypti en el municipio de Rosario -República Argentina - no se han notificado casos de Dengue autóctono. Esta condición y otras características, que convierten a la ciudad vulnerable para el desarrollo de la enfermedad, brindan, en contrapartida la posibilidad de intervenir para prevenirla, como pocas veces ofrecen los problemas de salud comunitaria. El Sistema Municipal de Epidemiología definió en el marco de un proceso intersectorial y coparticipativo entre...

  9. Sociologia, peronismo e esquerda na Argentina Sociology, peronism and left in Argentina

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    Carlos R. Etulain

    2007-05-01

    Full Text Available O trabalho discute, o papel do peronismo e os problemas político-ideológicos que ele coloca para a esquerda Argentina. Busca, também, apresentar os principais elementos para uma análise da esquerda frente ao fenômeno do peronismo. Palavras-chave: Peronismo. Esquerda. Trabalhadores. Movimentos sociais. Classes sociais. Capitalismo. Política. This paper presents the role of Peronism and the ideological political problems to be confronted by the Argentinian leftists. It also presents the most important elements for the leftists to analyse the fenomenum of Peronism. Keywords: Peronism. Left. Workers. Social movements. Social classes. Capitalism. Politics.

  10. 76 FR 54202 - Honey From Argentina: Preliminary Results of Antidumping Duty New Shipper Review

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    ... Antidumping Duty Order: Honey from Argentina, 66 FR 63672 (December 10, 2001). On January 3, 2011, the..., 2011. See Honey from Argentina: Notice of Initiation of Antidumping Duty New Shipper Review, 76 FR 5332... LTFV investigation. See Notice of Antidumping Duty Order; Honey From Argentina, 66 FR 63672...

  11. 76 FR 2655 - Honey From Argentina: Preliminary Results of Antidumping Duty Administrative Review

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    ...: Honey From Argentina, 66 FR 63672 (December 10, 2001). On December 1, 2009, the Department published in... Memorandum; see e.g., Honey from Argentina: Final Results of Antidumping Duty Administrative Review, 70 FR... to Patagonik. See, e.g., Honey From Argentina: Preliminary Results of New Shipper Review, 71 FR...

  12. 77 FR 1458 - Honey From Argentina: Preliminary Results of Antidumping Duty Administrative Review and Partial...

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    .... See Honey From Argentina: Final Results of Antidumping Duty New Shipper Review, 76 FR 74044 (November..., e.g., Honey from Argentina: Final Results of Antidumping Duty Administrative ] Review, 70 FR 19926...; Honey From Argentina, 66 FR at 63673. These cash deposit requirements, when imposed, shall remain...

  13. 77 FR 45334 - Honey From Argentina: Preliminary Rescission of Antidumping Duty New Shipper Review

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    ... initiated this NSR. See Honey from Argentina: Notice of Initiation of Antidumping New Shipper Review, 77 FR... of Antidumping Duty Order: Honey From Argentina, 66 FR 63672 (December 10, 2001). \\2\\ We note that... International Trade Administration Honey From Argentina: Preliminary Rescission of Antidumping Duty New...

  14. [Latin American malacology. Freshwater mollusks from Argentina].

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    Rumi, Alejandra; Gregoric, Diego E Gutiérrez; Núñez, Verónica; Darrigran, Gustavo A

    2008-03-01

    A report and an updated list with comments on the species of freshwater molluscs of Argentina which covers an area of 2 777 815 km2 is presented. Distributions of Gastropoda and Bivalvia families, endemic, exotic, invasive as well as entities of sanitary importance are also studied and recommendations on their conservation are provided. Molluscs related to the Del Plata Basin have been thoroughly studied in comparison to others areas of the country. This fauna exhibits relatively the biggest specific richness and keeps its affinity with the fauna of other regions of the basin in areas of Paraguay and Brasil. The 4 500 records of molluscs considered in this paper arise from the study of the collections of Museo Argentino de Ciencias Naturales "Bernardino Rivadavia", Buenos Aires; Museo de La Plata, La Plata and Fundación "Miguel Lillo", Tucumán. These institutions keep very important collections of molluscs in southern South America. Field information has recently been obtained and localities cited by other authors are also included in the data base. Until today, 166 species have been described, 101 belonging to 10 families of Gastropoda and 65 to 7 of Bivalvia. Families with highest specific richness are Lithoglyphidae (22) and Sphaeriidae (25), respectively. The number of endemic species (those present only in Argentina) by family is: Gastropoda: Ampullariidae (1), Cochliopidae (10), Lithoglyphidae (11), Thiariidae (3), Chilinidae (11), Lymnaeidae (2) and Physidae (2?); Bivalvia: Hyriidae (1?); Etheriidae (1?) and Sphaeriidae (10). Families with a distribution that comprise almost the whole country are: the Sphaeriidae and the gastropods Cochliopidae, Chilinidae and Lymnaeidae. Families Erodonidae and Solecurtidae (Bivalvia) were registered in mixohaline environments from Buenos Aires province. Gastropod families Thiaridae and Glacidorbiidae show a very restricted distribution. The rest of the families are present mainly in the center and north of the country

  15. Economy-wide impacts of biofuels in Argentina

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    Argentina is one of the world's largest biodiesel producers and the largest exporter, using soybeans as feedstock. Using a computable general equilibrium model that explicitly represents the biofuel industry, this study carries out several simulations on two sets of issues: (i) international markets for biofuel and feedstock, such as an increase in prices of soybean, soybean oil, and biodiesel, and (ii) domestic policies related to biofuels, such as an introduction of biofuel mandates. Both sets of issues can have important consequences to the Argentinean economy. The simulations indicate that increases in international prices of biofuels and feedstocks would increase Argentina's gross domestic product and social welfare. Increases in international prices of ethanol and corn also can benefit Argentina, but to a lesser extent. The domestic mandates for biofuels, however, would cause small losses in economic output and social welfare because they divert part of biodiesel and feedstock from exports to lower-return domestic consumption. An increase in the export tax on either feedstock or biodiesel also would lead to a reduction in gross domestic product and social welfare, although government revenue would rise. - Highlights: ► Argentina is one of the largest biodiesel producer and exporter using soybeans. ► Economy-wide impacts are assessed using a CGE model for Argentina. ► Policies simulated are feedstock and biodiesel price change, and domestic mandates. ► Increases in international prices of biofuels and feedstock benefit the country. ► Domestic mandates for biofuels cause small losses in economic output

  16. Market brief : the natural gas vehicle market in Argentina

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    This report presents an overview of the natural gas vehicle (NGV) market in Argentina and describes the potential for Canadian suppliers to enter into joint ventures to establish local production facilities and transfer technology expertise. Argentina has the most developed NGV market in the world, with more than 1.3 million vehicles running on compressed natural gas (CNG). This number is expected to reach 2 million by 2010, for an overall market share of 25 per cent of all vehicles in Argentina. The NGV conversion and service station equipment market was valued at about $650 million in 2003. The strong domestic industry for Argentina's NGV market is the gateway to Brazil, Columbia, Mexico and Venezuela. The main regulatory body for the distribution of natural gas and the use of natural gas vehicles and equipment is ENARGAS. Canadian products must conform to ENARGAS regulations and codes. Opportunities exist for new cost-effective technologies that improve the safety and efficiency of converted vehicles. This report describes the key factors shaping market growth with particular reference to sector reform, and opportunities with actual and planned projects. The competitive environment was also discussed with reference to local capabilities, international competition, Canadian position, and a competitive advantage through Canadian government policies and initiatives. A section of the report on public-sector customers described the several organizations that manage and approve natural gas vehicle projects. Considerations for market-entry in Argentina were also outlined

  17. Horizontalidad, autogestión y protagonismo en Argentina

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    Marina Sitrin

    2010-02-01

    Full Text Available Este artículo trata los movimientos sociales autónomos que surgieron después de la crisis económica y la posterior rebelión popular en Argentina en diciembre de 2001. Los movimientos autónomos en la Argentina, como tantos movimientos en el mundo de hoy, son movimientos basados en la creación de nuevas relaciones sociales y comunidades ahora, al mismo tiempo que proyectan nuevas sociedadesy las relaciones en y para el futuro. Son movimientos con una concepción diferente del tiempo y el espacio. Son movimientos queentienden lo individual y lo colectivo como vinculados entre sí. Hay mucho en común entre la experiencia en la Argentina y las prácticas eideas anarquistas. Eso no significa que los que están creando nuevas relaciones y comunidades en la Argentina sean anarquistas. Lo que este artículo intenta hacer es basarse en las experiencias de los movimientos sociales argentinos para iniciar una reflexión sobre lasprácticas e ideas que los anarquistas pueden prestar a los distintos movimientos y comunidades autónomas; y, a su vez, sobre lo que los movimientos autónomos en la Argentina puede dar a las ideas y prácticas anarquistas.

  18. 77 FR 58524 - Honey From Argentina; Final Results of Sunset Reviews and Revocation of Antidumping Duty and...

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    ... Argentina, 66 FR 63672 (December 10, 2001) and Notice of Countervailing Duty Order: Honey From Argentina, 66 FR 63673 (December 10, 2001). \\3\\ See Continuation of Antidumping Duty Orders on Honey from Argentina... Argentina. \\1\\ See Initiation of Five-Year (``Sunset'') Review, 77 FR 39217 (July 2, 2012)...

  19. Minilivestock in Argentina. Integration with Agricultural Production

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    Biasatti, NR.

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    Full Text Available The development of alternative agricultural production can take different forms. In Argentina there is an important diversity of species available to be incorporated into production systems, giving support for the use of natural resources based on taking advantage of the regional fauna. Moreover the use of different animal species can be incorporated under the concept of the optimization of flows of energy and materials, tending to minimize the environmental impact of livestock production, and also to make more efficient use of the ingredients required for developing the activity. The integration of non-traditional species (minilivestock within the context of sustainable agricultural development was the motivation for the present study A module for raising Myocastor coypus (coypu or false nutha was developed, to which was linked a module for raising Eisenia foetida (the socalled red worm, in both cases with a dual purpose. Preliminary estimates were made of the productive aspects of both species, as well as an analysis of their integration, to understand the extent to which diversification linked with complementation tends to optimize the system.

  20. Argentina's chemical makers seek government support

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    Argentina's chemical industry association, Camara de la Industria Quimica y Petroquimica (CIQYP; Buenos Aires), has started negotiations with the government aiming to stem industry-wide losses, which reached $236 million during the past 18 months. CIQYP blames the poor performance on worldwide over-supply and falling prices, which have curbed exports, and low tariffs, which have spurred imports. It is calling for higher import tariffs and export incentives. The talks will also focus on a possible bond issue that would support companies willing to restructure and modernize operations. The main factor hindering competitiveness is what CIQYP president Alejandro Achaval calls Argentinean cost, including high energy costs, high provincial and federal taxes, and high financing charges. Since 1988, the industry has cut prices by 30%, formed mergers and joint ventures, closed 11 plants and started five new ones, slashed the workforce by 27%, and engaged in the government's privatization program. Meanwhile, plans to privatize 64% of aromatics producer Petroquimica General Mosconi(PGM) were derailed when potential bidders Diamond Shamrock, Shell, and Perez Companc refused for the second time to make offers on February 2. Jorge Olazabal, planning secretary of the Ministry of Defense, says PGM will be put up for sale again by March

  1. Deep geological disposal research in Argentina

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    Argentina shall require a deep geological repository for the final disposal of radioactive wastes, mainly high-level waste (HLW) and spent nuclear fuel produced at two nuclear power plants and two research reactors. In the period 1980-1990 the first part of feasibility studies and a basic engineering project for a radioactive high level waste repository were performed. From the geological point of view it was based on the study of granitic rocks. The area of Sierra del Medio, Province of Chubut, was selected to carry out detailed geological, geophysical and hydrogeological studies. Nevertheless, by the end of the eighties the project was socially rejected and CNEA decided to stop it at the beginning of the nineties. That decision was strongly linked with the little attention paid to social communication issues. Government authorities were under a strong pressure from social groups which demanded the interruption of the project, due to lack of information and the fear it generated. The lesson learned was: social communication activities shall be carried out very carefully in order to advance in the final disposal of HLW at deep geological repositories (author)

  2. Overview in Argentina on radioactive waste management

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    The National Atomic Energy Commission (CNEA) of the Argentina Republic was established in 1950. It has in operation two nuclear power plants; a third one is under construction (70% completed) and a fourth one is under study. In order to supply the fuel elements to the nuclear power plants mentioned before, CNEA has implemented the front part of the Fuel Cycle. Regarding the back-end, the actual policy concerning to the spent fuel elements, is to storage them waiting for further decision. Together with these activities, the CNEA has developed, in practice, all the peaceful applications of nuclear energy. Mentioned activities, generate important volumes of radioactive wastes of different characteristics and the overall strategy of the Argentine Program is to plan, develop and implement the technology and provide the facilities for the permanent isolation of the generated wastes, with the aim that not compromise the health and safety of general public. To implement and coordinate all these activities CNEA has established a Radioactive Waste Management Program. In this paper an outline is given concerning the policy, treatment, conditioning, characterization, storage, transport and final disposal of radioactive wastes in our country. (author)

  3. Petroleum geology of the northwest basin, Argentina

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    Ko, Jae Hong [Yonsei University, Seoul (Korea, Republic of); Oh, Jae Ho [Korea Institute of Geology Mining and Materials, Taejon (Korea, Republic of); Kim, Jong Young [Dong Won Co., Sabuk (Korea, Republic of)

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    Petroleum geology of the Northwest Basin, Argentina has been studied in detail using seismic reflection profiles, drill holes and structure maps. The Northwest Basin comprises the following four successor basins that are different in characteristics and tectonic development: pre-Carboniferous, Carboniferous, Cretaceous, and Tertiary basins. Petroleum plays in the Northwest Basin can be divided into four types based on hydrocarbon-trap structures. These include thrust-folds, paleo-channels, volcanic mounds and roll-over anticlines related to normal faulting. The thrust-fold structure is a typical trap structure of pre-Carboniferous and Carboniferous basins, and consists of Cretaceous sedimentary rocks in southern exploration areas of the Northwest Basin. Paleo-channels provide a new possibility to the Carboniferous basin, and several of them occur in northern exploration areas of the Northwest Basin. Volcanic mounds and roll-over anticlines associated with the normal fault are related to the rifting event and play an important role in the Cretaceous basin. New prospects will be found if the above play types are well utilized. (author). 12 refs., 15 figs.

  4. National uranium development programme in Argentina

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    The initial survey of Argentine uranium resources was completed in 1959. This survey, conducted over a 12-year period, covered approximately 1,000,000 square kilometres. The exploration programme used a combination of airborne, carborne, and hand-held radiometric surveys, together with supporting geochemical and emanometric evaluations. Nearly 1000 anomalies were found, and of these 500 were selected for further study. This work included detailed geological, radiometric and emanometric surveys, as well as 230,000 metres of drilling and 35,000 metres of trenching and tunnelling. As a result 200 of the anomalies were reclassified as deposits of four different size categories. Eighty of the deposits were estimated to contain 10 tonnes U3O8, 15 were placed in the 100 tonnes U3O8 category, 7 were designated as 1000 tonnes deposits, and one was estimated to contain approximately 16,000 tonnes of U3O8. The uranium resources of Argentina are presently estimated to be 31,000 tonnes U3O8, based on a cost of up to US $80 per kilogram U3O8. An additional 12,000 tonnes U3O8 are available if a US $80-130 per kilogram U3O8 cost category is used. The overall uraniferous geological potential based on favourability criteria is estimated to be around 400,000 tonnes U3O8. (author)

  5. Medical response to radiation emergencies in Argentina

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    Although radiation accidents are not frequent, the increasing use of radioisotopes in medicine and industry increases the likelihood of such accidental situations. Additionally, risks posed by the malevolent use of radiation sources have been highlighted during the last few years. In this context, the enhancement of national capabilities for medical assistance of victims in radiation emergencies becomes relevant. This communication describes the organization of medical response to radiation emergencies existing in Argentina. A three-level system for medical response has been developed: pre-hospital response given on-site by local emergency services, assistance provided by emergency departments of local general hospitals and central reference hospitals for treatment of acute radiation syndrome, cutaneous radiation syndrome and internal contamination. An education and training program is regularly executed at the three levels, including theoretical background as well as practical training. Guidelines and protocols for medical handling of victims have been elaborated and implemented. Research and development of new strategies for diagnosis and treatment of radiation injuries are promoted by ARN in close collaboration with physicians belonging to reference hospitals. (author)

  6. Strategy for waste management in Argentina

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    The National Atomic Energy Commission (CNEA) of the Argentina Republic was established in 1950. It has in operation two nuclear power plants; a third one is under construction (70% completed) and a fourth one is under study. In order to supply the fuel elements to the nuclear power plants mentioned before, CNEA has implemented the front part of the Fuel Cycle. Regarding the back end, the actual policy concerning to the spent fuel elements, is to storage them waiting further decision. Together with this activities, the CNEA has development, in practice, all the peaceful applications of nuclear energy. Mentioned activities, generated important volumes of radioactive wastes of different characteristics and the overall strategy of the Argentine Program is to plan, develop and implement the technology and provide the facilities for the permanent isolation of the generated wastes, with the aim that not compromise the health and safety of general public. To implement and coordinate all these activities CNEA has established a Radioactive Management Program. In this paper an outline is given concerning the policy, treatment, characterization, storage, transport and final disposal of radioactive wastes in our country. (author)

  7. Argentina. A country of contrast and paradox.

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    Miguel, Oscar A; Tonelli, Enrique; Cimino, Enrique

    2015-01-01

    In Argentina, health is not considered a state policy, and it does not benefit from effective action in all areas of government. The budget is essentially used up by structural costs, and despite having made progress in some areas such as vaccinations, there is little impact on the community as a whole from the promotion of health and the prevention of prevalent chronic illnesses linked to metabolism and lifestyle. The biggest health expenditure is private, including so-called "out-of-pocked spending," which leads to inequality, with over 40% of the population without explicit health coverage. In the national systems, coverage is linked to formal employment and Obras Sociales and is essentially managed by trade unions. Social determinants therefore continue leading to illness, which the health system then attempts to cure at enormous human and financial cost. Recommendations of international bodies (PAHO, WHO, FLH, IHF) stress the importance of organizing state and private RISS, but very little has been done in this regard. Right to healthcare is already required, but it's a long way form being sufficient. The whole population needs to be provided explicit and effective universal health coverage, in order to ensure healthcare and equality, and organize healthcare networks which make awareness, promotion, prevention, and rehabilitation more effective for all, using existing, high-level structural and human resources. PMID:26521379

  8. The blue land planarian Caenoplana coerulea, an invader in Argentina La planaria terrestre azul Caenoplana coerulea, un invasor en Argentina

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    Lisandro Héctor Luis-Negrete

    2011-03-01

    Full Text Available The blue land planarian Caenoplana coerulea is reported from Argentina (Buenos Aires province. We found C. coerulea in the east central region of Argentina in anthropic environments. The specimens that we found have the characteristic of the species found in others regions; that is, a bluish dorsal surface with a yellow mid-dorsal stripe and eyes forming a single row around the anterior tip, clustered laterally. This is the first record of this species from the Neotropical Region, and together with Bipalium kewense are the only 2 species of exotic terrestrial planarians so far recorded in Argentina.La planaria terrestre azul Caenoplana coerulea se registra para el centro este de Argentina (provincia de Buenos Aires, en ambientes antropizados. Los ejemplares encontrados presentan las características de la especie registrada en otras regiones, con una superficie dorsal azulada y una hilera medio dorsal amarilla, y ojos formando una hilera alrededor del extremo anterior, agrupados lateralmente. Es la primera vez que se cita dicha especie en la Región Neotropical, y junto a Bipalium kewense son las únicas planarias terrestres exóticas registradas en Argentina.

  9. Tareas que realizan los bibliotecarios universitarios en Argentina

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    Werner Agazzi

    2011-08-01

    Full Text Available El presente estudio es una investigación descriptiva que pretende conocer las tareas que realizan los bibliotecarios en las bibliotecas universitarias argentinas, abordando el tema desde la perspectiva de las competencias laborales y el actual perfil del bibliotecario universitario. Mediante la utilización de un cuestionario enviado a las direcciones de e-mail de bibliotecas universitarias argentinas se compilaron datos sobre las tareas que realizan los bibliotecarios en esas instituciones. A través de este proceso también se compilaron datos relacionados con las tareas de comunicación vía e-mail por parte de las bibliotecas universitarias argentinas.

  10. Networks of Corporate Social Responsibility in Brazil and Argentina

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    Luciana de Oliveira

    2012-07-01

    Full Text Available In research on CSR in Brazil and Argentina, we saw a huge disparity in the grass-roots of the theme in each country. The hypothesis, stemming from this article, is that the great success of the CSR movement in Brazil and its relatively weak development in Argentina is due to the presence of a hegemonic dispute - in observed dynamic communication - among some segments of business elites regarding the purpose of CSR, present in the Brazilian case and absent in Argentina. This article intends to discuss the concept of hegemonic dispute - highlighting conflict as a fundamental social relationship in the configuration of network topographies of movements to promote CSR in both countries. Such an understanding is essential for professionals and researchers working in the area of ​​organizational communication.

  11. The regulatory control of radioactive sources in Argentina

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    Argentina has been conducting nuclear activities for more than forty years, and had established a Regulatory Authority as early as in 1956. Procedures for compliance monitoring and enforcement have been in use in the regulatory control of radioactive sources, and regulatory standards and regulations were in force in Argentina before the accident in Goiania. The conclusions drawn from the Goiania accident encouraged the Argentine authorities to improve some regulatory procedures and helped to enhance the quality of the regulatory process. As a result, the effectiveness of the control of spent radioactive sources has gradually increased, and enforcement actions to prevent radioactive sources ending up in the public domain have improved. Lessons learned in Argentina from the accident in Goiania are presented as well as the main characteristics of an effective enforcement programme to prevent radiological accidents when radioactive sources are used for industrial, medical, research and teaching purposes. (author)

  12. Patrones biogeográficos de los tenebriónidos epigeos (Coleoptera: Tenebrionidae del Área Natural Protegida Península Valdés, Argentina: implicaciones para su conservación Biogeographic patterns of epigean tenebrionids (Coleoptera: Tenebrionidae from Protected Natural Area Península Valdés, Argentina: implications for its conservation

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    Rodolfo Carrara

    2011-12-01

    Full Text Available Se realizó un estudio sobre los patrones biogeográficos de los tenebriónidos epigeos (Coleoptera: Tenebrionidae que habitan el Área Natural Protegida Península Valdés (Chubut, Argentina, basado en datos de colecciones y material recolectado en viajes a la zona. Se presenta una lista exhaustiva de las especies en la que se consigna el grado de adaptación a la aridez de cada una de ellas; un análisis de la calidad del inventario y la estimación de la riqueza total de especies; una evaluación de los patrones de distribución y riqueza, y la identificación de áreas de significativa mayor riqueza o hotspots. Los resultados indicaron que 25 especies con diferente grado de adaptación a la aridez habitan la península, aunque se estima que la riqueza total del área debería ser de 27. Además, se reconoció que los rangos de distribución de los tenebriónidos siguen una distribución log-normal y que sólo 3 especies son endémicas. Espacialmente, la riqueza se distribuyó de forma agregada en la península y se determinaron 10 hotspots. Finalmente, considerando que en la península Valdés están permitidas actividades productivas que originan una importante degradación del hábitat, se examina la implicancia de los resultados para la conservación de los tenebriónidos epigeos.We conducted a study of the biogeographic patterns of epigean tenebrionids (Coleoptera: Tenebrionidae that inhabit the Protected Natural Area Península Valdés (Chubut, Argentina, based on data obtained from collections and collecting trips. We present a comprehensive species list, where we detail the degree of adaptation to aridity shown by each species, an analysis of the quality of the inventory, an estimation of total species richness, and an evaluation of distribution and richness patterns, with the identification of areas of significantly greater richness or "hotspots". The results indicated that 25 species with different degrees of adaptation to aridity

  13. Brasil, Argentina e América do Sul

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    Paulo Nogueira Batista Jr.

    2005-12-01

    Full Text Available ESTE trabalho discute alguns aspectos da evolução econômica recente do Brasil, da Argentina e de outros países da América do Sul. Tendências econômicas e intelectuais perigosas, tais como a "globalização", o chamado Consenso de Washington, a dolarização e as negociações da Alca (Área de Livre Comércio das Américas, perderam ímpeto e a América do Sul está se movendo gradualmente na direção de um posicionamento mais independente na condução das suas política econômicas e internacionais. As mudanças foram muito mais significativas na Argentina do que no Brasil e isso se tornou fonte de alguma tensão entre os dois principais países sul-americanos. Não obstante, uma aliança estratégica entre Argentina e Brasil continua sendo a pedra angular da integração da América do Sul.THIS PAPER discusses some aspects of the recent economic evolution of Brazil, Argentina and other South American countries. Dangerous economic and intellectual trends, such as "globalization", the so-called Washington Consensus, dollarization, and FTAA (Free Trade Area of the Americas negotiations, have lost momentum and South America is moving gradually towards a more independent stance in the conduct of its economic and foreign policies. Changes have been much more significant in Argentina than in Brazil and this has become a source of some tension between the two major South American countries. Nevertheless, a strategic alliance between Argentina and Brazil remains the corner stone of South American integration.

  14. The Limits to Dollarization in Ecuador: Lessons from Argentina

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    Matias Vernengo

    2015-08-01

    Full Text Available The paper draws lessons from the failed Argentine experience with convertibility to highlight the dangers of dollarization in Ecuador. Argentina’s currency peg to the US dollar was successful in reducing inflation but given the overvalued real exchange rate, created burgeoning twin deficits and a chronic dependency on foreign capital. Ecuador too suffers from chronic current account imbalance. In contrast to Argentina, Ecuador seems to be relying on remittance income to close its external financing gap. Though perhaps this model is less unstable than that of relying on foreign capital it is no more sustainable. The paper closes with a realistic critique of thisdevelopment strategy.

  15. El cambio externo y las estrategias internacionales de la Argentina

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    Miranda, Roberto Alfredo

    2001-01-01

    Uno de los problemas más significativos de la evolución y el presente de la política internacional de la Argentina es su relación con el cambio externo. Se suele suponer que muchas de las frustraciones de política exterior están vinculadas al impacto que sobre la Argentina ejercen las transformaciones del contexto externo. Una de estas frustraciones es la política de inserción internacional sobre la cual el cambio habitualmente la expone como una política inconsistente. En este trabajo se pla...

  16. Nuclear reactors for research and radioisotope production in Argentina

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    In Argentina, the construction, operation, and use of research and radioisotope production reactors is and has been an important method of personnel preparation for the nuclear power program. Moreover, it is a very suitable means for technology transfer to countries developing their own nuclear programs. At present, the following research reactors are in operation in Argentina: Argentine Reactor 0 (RA-0); Argentine Reactor 1 (RA-1); Argentine Reactor 2 (RA-2); Argentine Reactor 3 (RA-3); Argentine Reactor 4 (RA-4). The Argentine Reactor 6 (RA-6), under construction, should reach criticality in 1981

  17. Cryptosporidium varanii infection in leopard geckos (Eublepharis macularius) in Argentina

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    Dellarupe, A.; Unzaga, J.M.; Moré, G.; Kienast, M.; Larsen, A.; Stiebel, C.; Rambeaud, M.; Venturini, M.C.

    2016-01-01

    Cryptosporidiosis is observed in reptiles with high morbidity and considerable mortality. The objective of this study was to achieve the molecular identification of Cryptosporidium spp. in pet leopard geckos (Eublepharis macularius) from a breeder colony in Buenos Aires, Argentina. Oocysts comparable to those of Cryptosporidium spp. were detected in three geckos with a history of diarrhea, anorexia and cachexia. Molecular identification methods confirmed the presence of Cryptosporidium varanii (syn. C. saurophilum). This agent was considered to be the primary cause of the observed clinical disease. This is the first description of C. varanii infection in pet reptiles in Argentina. PMID:27419102

  18. International Uranium Resources Evaluation Project (IUREP) national favourability studies: Argentina

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    Argentina is a predominantly lowland area of 2,789,240 square kilometers. The capital is Buenos Aires. The entire length of Argentina is bordered on the west by the Andes Mountains. Tile Northwest Andes-Piedmont region consists of deep valleys containing salt basins and volcanoes, and is an earthquake zone. Patagonia, in the south, is essentially an arid region of windy plateaus and valleys. The southern Andes are narrower and lower than the northern Andes and in the extreme south contain glaciers and ice fields. The east-central plain (Pampa) of Argentina has dry and humid sectors and contains most of the population. The largest rivers are chiefly in the northeast, many having only seasonal flow. There has been extensive surface and subsurface exploration for uranium in Argentina for over 20 years. Although most of the work has been performed by the CNEA, advisors from the U.S. and from the IAEA have also taken part. Private industry has been involved, but apparently only on a small scale. In the OECD report of 1970, it was stated that 400,000 square kilometers of Argentina appear very favorable for uranium while an additional 900,000 square kilometers offer fair possibilities. Uranium exploration to date suggests that sandstones of Permian and Cretaceous ages exposed in Western Argentina in the Cordillera are very promising for discovery of new deposits. Past CNEA estimates have indicated that there is considerable hope for new discoveries in those areas where reserves are now known. In addition to the known uraniferous provinces which are indeed favorable for further exploration, there are several other large areas that warrant attention. There are, for example, in the Santa Cruz area of about 15,500 square kilometers Cretaceous and Tertiary sediments with favorable facies for uranium deposition. In the Patagonia Cordillera, Jurassic, Cretaceous, and Tertiary sediments are of interest for prospecting, These rocks contain carbonaceous material and have been

  19. Regional safeguards arrangements: The Argentina-Brazil experience

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    A Common System of Accounting and Control of Nuclear Material (SCCC) was established by Argentina and Brazil in July 1992. It is a full scope safeguard's system in both countries. The Brazilian-Argentine Agency for Accounting and Control of Nuclear Materials (ABACC) was created to apply the SCCC. The main elements of the SCCC are presented. The main safeguards' procedures are described. A brief discussion of the inspection methodology and its impact for facility operators is performed. The safeguard's implementation from the operator's point of view is commented, taking as example a fuel fabrication plant in Argentina and a uranium enrichment plant in Brazil. (author)

  20. The other immigration to Argentina: the case of Adolf Eichmann

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    Christian Cwik

    2014-01-01

    Adolf Eichmann llegó a la Argentina como otros 500 Nazis forajidos a través de una red de traficantes ilegales de migrantes entre 1945 y 1955. Esta red fue el resuldado del interés de la República de Argentina, la Cruz Roja, la Caritas y el Vaticano por un lado y por el otro los delincuentes. Eichmann la cara de la ‘banalidad del mal’, como Hannah Arendt escribió en su libro “Eichmann en Jerusalén: un estudio sobre la banalidad del mal”(2ª. edición, traducción de Carlos Ribalta, Barcelona, Lu...

  1. The other immigration to Argentina: the case of Adolf Eichmann

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    Christian Cwik

    2014-01-01

    Full Text Available Adolf Eichmann llegó a la Argentina como otros 500 Nazis forajidos a través de una red de traficantes ilegales de migrantes entre 1945 y 1955. Esta red fue el resuldado del interés de la República de Argentina, la Cruz Roja, la Caritas y el Vaticano por un lado y por el otro los delincuentes. Eichmann la cara de la ‘banalidad del mal’, como Hannah Arendt escribió en su libro “Eichmann en Jerusalén: un estudio sobre la banalidad del mal”(2ª. edición, traducción de Carlos Ribalta, Barcelona, Lumen, 1999 tuvo bastantes problemas para integrarse en la sociedad argentina y por ende, fracasó. Adolf Eichmann nacido en 1906 en Solingen/Alemania personificó un caractér típico de la sociedad en la posguerra austriaca-alemana, lo que hizo que fracasara en su vida laboral varias veces durante los veintes y los inicios de los treinta del siglo XX.Palabras Clave: Adolf Eichmann;  Holocausto; Tráfico Ilegal de Migrantes; Inmigración en Argentina; Peronismo; Tribunales Internacionales. La otra inmigración a Argentina: El caso de Adolf EichmannAbstractAdolf Eichmann arrived to Argentina along with other 500 runaway Nazis thorugh a smuggling network between 1945 and 1955. This network was the result of the interest shown by the The Republic of Argentina, the Red Cross, Caritas and the Vatican in one hand; in the other, the criminals of war. Eichmann, the face of Hanna Arendt’s t “Banality of Evil” had numerous troubles to integrate to argentinian society, failing as a result.Adolf Eichmann, born in 1906 in Solingen, Germany, personified a typical Austrian-german postwar character, a fact that conduced to his laboral failure in the twentys and early thirties of the twentieth century.Keywords:Adolf Eichmann; Holocaust; Nazi Criminals; Trafficking of migrants; Post War Period; Immigration to Argentina; Peronism; Mossad; International Tribunal. 

  2. Relações comerciais entre Brasil e Argentina

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    Malheiro Da Silva, Felipe

    2014-01-01

    Las relaciones políticas y comerciales entre Brasil y Argentina son muy importantes para ambos países. Brasil es el principal socio comercial de Argentina y principal destino de las exportaciones y las importaciones. A partir de este escenario es fundamental examinar la relación de los dos países, analizando el punto de vista geopolítico, económico y filosófico. Además realizar un análisis de los bloques económicos ABC, MERCOSUR y BRICS, siendo de gran inportancia argumentar acerca de las raz...

  3. Anarquismo y movimiento universitario en Argentina, 1935–1950

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    María Eugenia Bordagaray

    2012-01-01

    En este trabajo proponemos, en primer lugar, situar el desarrollo del movimiento libertario en la Argentina posterior a 1930 y considerar la fundación de la Federación Anarco Comunista Argentina (FACA) en 1935 como base para comprender las acciones y el desempeño de algunos de sus sostenedores en la Universidad Nacional de La Plata entre 1944 y 1946. En segundo lugar, analizaremos esta doble pertenencia o identidad: como universitarios e intelectuales que defienden la Reforma de 1918 en la Un...

  4. La calidad institucional en Argentina en el largo plazo

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    Aráoz, María Florencia

    2011-01-01

    La evolución de la economía argentina en el período 1862-2008 ha sido por lo menos desconcertante. Entre 1860 y 1930 Argentina creció a un ritmo con pocos paralelos en la historia económica mundial. En los años siguientes, sin embargo, comenzó un proceso de desaceleración y estancamiento que paulatinamente la alejó de esa posición privilegiada. Diversos autores han intentado explicar las causas de este comportamiento y aunque algunos destacan el papel negativo de un marco institucional débil,...

  5. Cryptosporidium varanii infection in leopard geckos (Eublepharis macularius in Argentina

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    A. Dellarupe

    2016-06-01

    Full Text Available Cryptosporidiosis is observed in reptiles with high morbidity and considerable mortality. The objective of this study was to achieve the molecular identification of Cryptosporidium spp. in pet leopard geckos (Eublepharis macularius from a breeder colony in Buenos Aires, Argentina. Oocysts comparable to those of Cryptosporidium spp. were detected in three geckos with a history of diarrhea, anorexia and cachexia. Molecular identification methods confirmed the presence of Cryptosporidium varanii (syn. C. saurophilum. This agent was considered to be the primary cause of the observed clinical disease. This is the first description of C. varanii infection in pet reptiles in Argentina.

  6. A rivalidade Brasil-Argentina e a Guerra Fria

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    Carlos Eduardo Vidigal

    2014-01-01

    Peronismo e anti-peronismo definiram o padrão da rivalidade Brasil-Argentina no contexto do início da guerra fria. Inúmeros documentos diplomáticos brasileiros – ofícios, despachos, memorandos, telegramas – datados dos anos de 1946 a 1948 apresentavam em seus títulos temas como “infiltração argentina no Sul do Brasil”, “expansionismo político da Argentina”, “política expansionista da Argentina”, etc. Pode-se afirmar que o anti-peronismo consolidou-se em setores dirigentes do país, por meio...

  7. Equidad en calidad educativa: Argentina y el mundo

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    Garlati Bertoldi, Pablo Adrián

    2011-01-01

    Mediante un índice propio usando datos del Programa para la Evaluación Internacional (PISA) de 2000 y 2006 se examina la equidad en calidad educativa de Argentina respecto de otros países. Para la mayor parte de los países la calidad educativa es pro-rica y progresiva mientras que para una porción menor de países hay diferencias a favor de mujeres e inmigrantes. En Argentina el efecto del nivel socioeconómico sobre la calidad educativa es mayor al de otros países, no hay diferencias entre sex...

  8. Depositional environments and hydrocarbon potential of the Middle Jurassic Los Molles Formation, Neuquén Basin, Argentina: palynofacies and organic geochemical data Ambientes depositacionales y potencial oleogenético de la Formación Los Molles, Jurásico Medio de la Cuenca Neuquina, Argentina: palinofacies y datos de geoquímica orgánica

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    Marcelo A Martínez

    2008-07-01

    cabo con muestras de afloramiento correspondientes a depósitos terminales de la Formación Los Molles, Jurásico Medio de la Cuenca Neuquina, Argentina, con el objeto de caracterizar las condiciones paleoambientales y paleoclimáticas imperantes durante la depositación de esta unidad. Han sido identificados cinco tipos de palinofacies (P-1 a P-5, interpretados como indicativos de ambientes marinos restringidos hasta nerítico internos. P-1 y P-4 sugieren ambientes marinos próximos al área de aporte continental, bajo condiciones de moderada energía y oxidación. En P-2, la asociación de algas dulceacuícolas, acritarcos y prasinofitas, sugiere un ambiente marino marginal influenciado por descarga fluvial. En P-3, el contenido de microplancton marino refleja condiciones marinas marginales (salinidad subnormal hasta neríticas internas. En P-5, se sugiere un ambiente marino (probablemente marginal y disóxico. La abundancia de Cheirolepidiaceae asociada a Aruacariaceae, sugiere condiciones de clima cálido-relativamente húmedo, localmente húmedo en torno a zonas pantanosas. El contenido de carbono orgánico total (el 65% de las muestras analizadas alcanza valores de COT superiores al 1 %, los valores de índice de alteración térmica (IAT entre 2 y 2+, transicional entre fase inmadura y la ventana de generación de petróleo y los tipos de querógeno determinados (P-1, P-2 y P-5 muestran características transicionales entre querógenos de tipo II y III, mientras que P-3 y P-4 se asocian a querógeno de tipo III y ocasionalmente de tipo IV, permiten sugerir que, en el área de estudio, la Formación Los Molles presenta cierto potencial oleogenético. Sin embargo, el estado del querógeno sugiere que las condiciones anóxico-disóxicas del ambiente depositacional no fueron las óptimas para su preservación.

  9. Scenarios for wind power in Brazil, Argentina and Chile; Cenarios para a energia eolio eletrica no Brasil, Argentina e Chile

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    Dedecca, Joao Gorestein; Nogueira, Larissa Goncalves; Jannuzzi, Gilberto de Martino [Universidade Estadual de Campinas (UNICAMP), SP (Brazil). Fac. de Engenharia Mecanica. Dept. de Energia], emails: jdedecca@fem.unicamp.br, larissa@fem.unicamp.br, januzzi@fem.unicamp.br; Gomes, Rodolfo Dourado [International Energy Initiative-Latin America (IEI-LA), Campinas, SP (Brazil)], email: rodolfo@iei-la.org

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    The Chilean, Argentinean and Brazilian power matrixes presented in the last two decades a growth of the non-renewable energy sources share, especially fossil sources, mainly in installed capacity and in a lesser degree in energy production. Greenpeace and the European Renewable Energy Council have elaborated a reference energy scenario together with a scenario analyzing the institution of ample measures for the promotion of renewable energy sources. Feed-in tariffs and auction or bidding mechanisms implemented in Brazil and Argentina and the renewable portfolio standard implemented in Chile allied with the wind industry state in these countries indicate that Chile and Argentina will fulfill the 2020 wind power installed capacity predicted in the reference scenarios, while Brazil will reach the energy revolution scenario prediction. Important energy policy changes are required if the Chile and Argentina energy revolution scenarios wind power installed capacity are to become a reality in 2020. (author)

  10. Algunos elementos para rastrear procesos de identificación y articulación de identidades políticas. el discurso de la peronización de los universitarios durante los años 60 em Argentina

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    Marina Alejandra Reta

    2008-07-01

    Full Text Available Este artículo se enmarca en un trabajo más amplio cuyo propósito consiste en reconstruir la experiencia de acercamiento al peronismo por parte de amplios sectores del movimiento estudiantil, durante la década de 1960 en Argentina. Tomando como referente la experiencia del Frente Estudiantil Nacional (FEN, y a partir del trabajo con fuentes documentales, intentaremos analizar el proceso de peronización en términos de lo que los actores postulan como una experiencia de “conversión” al peronismo, pero tomando en cuenta también sus matices y dificultades, así como también su implicancia como proceso activo de (reconstrucción de identidades, en términos de procedencias ideológicas, pertenencias sociales, disposiciones culturales, intereses y preocupaciones, etc. En tal sentido, se propone rastrear aquellos elementos que permitan dar cuenta de cómo el discurso de la “peronización” les permitió legitimar su ingreso al peronismo y cómo estos actores construyeron su identidad como peronistas. Abstract This article is part of a larger study which purpose consist in reconstruct the aproach to peronism of part of the Students Movement during the 1960s in Argentina. We take as a referent the experience of Frente Estudiantil Nacional (in English, National Students Front- FEN, and from the work with documents, we try to analyze the process of peronization in terms of what the actors nominate as an experience of “conversion” to peronism, but we take into account the shades and complexities, as well as its meaning as an active process of (reconstruction of identities, in terms of idelogical sources, social belongings, cultural dispositions, interestings and concernings, etc. In this way, we propose to explore some traces that we can find in its speach, that provides information about the speach of peronization as a conversion and about this transition to peronization, as well as the construction of their identity as peronists.

  11. MOX fuel development: Experience in Argentina

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    Since 1973, when a laboratory conceived for the safe manipulation of a few hundred grams of plutonium was built, the CNEA (Argentinean Atomic Energy Commission) has been involved in the small-scale development of MOX fuel technology. The plutonium laboratory consists in a glove box facility (α Facility) featuring the necessary equipment to prepare MOX fuel rods for experimental irradiations and to carry out studies on preparative processes development and chemical and physical characterization. The irradiation of the first prototypes of (U,Pu)O2 fuels fabricated in Argentina began in 1986. These experiments were carried out in the HFR (High Flux Reactor)- Petten , Holland. The rods were prepared and controlled in the CNEA's a Facility. The post-irradiation examinations (PIE) were performed in the KFK (Kernforschungszentrum Karlsruhe), Germany and the JRC (Joint Research Center), Petten. In the period 1991-1995, the development of new laboratory methods of co-conversion of uranium and plutonium were carried out: reverse strike co-precipitation of ADU-Pu(OH)4 and direct denitration using microwaves. The reverse strike process produced pellets with a high sintered density, excellent micro-homogeneity and good solubility in nitric acid. Liquid wastes showed a very low content of actinides and the process is easy to operate in a glove box environment. The microwave direct denitration was optimized with uranium alone and the conditions to obtain high density pellets, with a good microstructure, without using a milling step, have been developed. At present, new experiments are being carried out to improve the reverse strike co-precipitation process and direct microwave denitration. A new glove box is being installed at the plutonium laboratory, this glove box has process equipment designed to recover scrap from previous fabrication campaigns, and to co-convert mixed U-Pu solutions by direct microwave denitration. (author)

  12. Irradiation of spices produced in Argentina

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    Some spices produced in Argentina ground red pepper, anise, fennel, laurel, paprika, Cayenne pepper, cumin (seed), and mayoram (leaves and flowers), were irradiated to inactivate microbial lead, without causing significant chemical or sensory alterations. They were packed in polyethylene bags of 100 m thickness, and irradiated at the 60Co semi-industrial facility of the Ezeiza Atomic Center, with doses of 7 and 10 kGy, and dose rate of 93.87 Gy/min. Dosimetric data were evaluated with potassium nitrate. Control and irradiated samples were stored at room temperature. Chemical analysis were performed to verify the Argentine Alimentary Codex specifications: water content; essence; total ash; ash insoluble in acid; alcoholic, volatile ether and non-volatile ether extracts; starch; and crude fiber. Besides, colour and volatile substances were analyzed. No differences were found between control and irradiated samples, with the exception of an increase in the total amount of volatiles released by irradiated spices, and a slight colour loss in mayoram. Microbiological determinations consisted of aerobic plate count, yeasts and moulds, coliform bacteria, Salmonella, Staphylococcus aureus, mesophilic and thermophilic sporeformers, enterococci and Clostridium perfringens. Microbial load in control samples oscillated between 103 and 106 microorganisms per gram, and was inhibited with 10 kGy to undetectable level. With 7 kGy, survivors were still detected in: cumin, anise, laurel, red pepper, fennel and paprika. So, the purpose of this work was accomplished with the dose of 10 kGy. Great improvement on the quality of those products which being stored at room temperature are consumed in the raw state, would be attained. (Author)

  13. Analysis of cattle movements in Argentina, 2005.

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    Aznar, M N; Stevenson, M A; Zarich, L; León, E A

    2011-02-01

    We describe the movement of cattle throughout Argentina in 2005. Details of farm-to-farm and farm-to-slaughter movements of cattle were obtained from the Sanitary Management System database (Sistema de Gestión Sanitaria, SGS), maintained by the National Service for Agrifood Health and Quality (SENASA). Movements were described at the regional and district level in terms of frequency, the number of stock transported, the district of origin and destination and Euclidean distance traveled. Social network analysis was used to characterize the connections made between regions and districts as a result of cattle movement transactions, and to show how these characteristics might influence disease spread. Throughout 2005 a total of 1.3 million movement events involving 32 million head of cattle (equivalent to approximately 57% of the national herd) were recorded in the SGS database. The greatest number of farm-to-farm movements occurred from April to June whereas numbers of farm-to-slaughter movement events were relatively constant throughout the year. Throughout 2005 there was a 1.1-1.6-fold increase in the number of farm-to-farm movements of cattle during April-June, compared with other times of the year. District in-degree and out-degree scores varied by season, with higher maximum scores during the autumn and winter compared with summer and spring. Districts with high in-degree scores were concentrated in the Finishing region of the country whereas districts with high out-degree scores were concentrated not only in the Finishing region but also in Mesopotamia, eastern Border and southern Central regions. Although movements of cattle from the Border region tended not to be mediated via markets, the small number of districts in this area with relatively high out-degree scores is a cause for concern as they have the potential to distribute infectious disease widely, in the event of an incursion. PMID:21122931

  14. Jurassic Paleoclimates in Argentina, a review

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    Wolfgang Volkheimer

    2008-12-01

    Full Text Available New paleoclimatic evidence from palynologic and vertebrate proxies provides more detailed data on climatic change during the Jurassic in Argentina. Comparison with paleomagnetic data shows that the Neuquén basin shifted from the highest paleolatitudes (50ºS, by the end of the Triassic until the end of the Sinemurian. During the Pliensbachian-Toarcian it moved northward, reaching the lowermost paleolatitudes (25ºS, and subsequently (Middle to Late Jurassic the area moved again and attained eventually a position similar to its present-day position (30ºS. These movements are reflected in the Jurassic palynofloras. The high frequency of the pollen genus Classopollis (Cheirolepidiacean gymnosperms is of special paleoclimatic importance in the Argentinian Jurassic, as it is indicative of seasonal aridity or semiarid conditions during large intervals of this Period. During the shift of the South American continent to the northernmost position, the arrival of an important group of Araucariaceae, represented by Callialasporites spp., in the Toarcian could indicate an amelioration related to more humid conditions. Jurassic dinocyst assemblages studied in the Neuquén basin have proved to be useful paleoclimatic and paleobiogeographic proxies. Abundant remains of marine crocodiles in the Mid- and Late Jurassic of the Neuquén basin indicate warm water temperatures for this basin, probably in excess of 20° C. The occurrence of abundant turtles and other ectothermic vertebrates in the Middle Jurassic Cañadón Asfalto Formation of Chubut is in general accordance with the warm climate indicated for this unit by geologic evidence.

  15. fuego en Argentina, 1980-2012

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    Hugo Spinelli

    2015-01-01

    Full Text Available Este trabajo analiza el impacto de las armas de fuego en la mortalidad entre los años 1980-2012 en Argentina. Para ello se realiza un estudio epidemiológico descriptivo de la tendencia temporal, a través de las siguientes variables: sexo, grupos de edad, intencionalidad y jurisdicción. Los datos fueron obtenidos en la Dirección de Estadísticas e Información en Salud del Ministerio de Salud de la Nación. Se encontraron 87.671 muertes por armas de fuego. Los varones representaron el 85,7% y su tasa más alta fue para el año 2002 con 21,2 muertes por 100.000 habitantes. El grupo de edad que concentró la mayor cantidad de muertes por armas de fuego fue el de 20 a 29 años (25,6%. Las tasas ajustadas más altas corresponden a los años 2000-2002 con valores entre 10,0 y 11,6 muertes por cada 100.000 habitantes, período que coincide con la crisis económicoinstitucional que atravesó el país. La provincia de Buenos Aires fue el lugar de residencia del 49,1% de las muertes. En la discusión se abordan dimensiones político-económicas e ideológico-culturales en la relación entre armas, violencias, ciencia y sociedad.

  16. Brasil y Argentina, 1990-2005

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    Marina Gabriela Zunino

    2008-01-01

    Full Text Available Con el objetivo de analizar la mortalidad por armas de fuego en Brasil y Argentina entre 1990 y 2005, se realizó un estudio epidemiológico descriptivo utilizando datos oficiales de mortalidad de ambos países. Se analizaron número, proporción y tasas crudas y ajustadas para cada tipo de muerte (catalogadas según la CIE-9a y CIE-10a, el total por año y el promedio anual del período, sexo y edad. Los perfiles globales de los dos países presentaron tendencia creciente, pero Brasil mostró valores superiores de muertes y homicidios por armas de fuego en todo el período. A partir de los resultados se discute la hipótesis: el perfil de Brasil, particularmente el de homicidios por armas de fuego, es consecuencia no solo de la violencia social que responde a la persistentemente alta desigualdad y exclusión en que vive gran parte de la población, sino también al surgimiento, expansión y fortalecimiento de diversos grupos armados en ese país. El perfil argentino resultaría en parte del aumento de la violencia social también como respuesta al deterioro socioeconómico imperante, y por otra parte, sería consecuencia de la histórica monopolización de la violencia por parte del Estado

  17. Wind energy. A challenge for Argentina

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    Spinadel, Erico [Argentine Wind Energy Association, Florida (Argentina)

    2009-07-01

    It is widely known that the Argentinean Republic counts on with a strong wind resource. Mainly, according with the most spread idea, in the Patagonic region. Certainly, at the south of the 40-degree southern parallel, there is a wind corridor blowing from west to east, which is no comparable to any other, at least on continental areas. The southern province of Chubut, as well as the northern region of the province of Santa Cruz have regular and constant winds reaching average speeds higher than 11 m/s, permanently blowing in a E to ESE direction. So, turbine use factors higher than 35% are easily achievable. Those are ideal conditions for the harvesting of wind energy, that are however constrained by the long distances between that region and the main consumption centers, as well as by the lack of adequate high-voltage transmission lines that, at this moment, are still on a preliminary building stage. The drawbacks derived from the long transportation distances are increased by the fact that the Argentinean high-voltage grid are of 500 kV AC, featuring higher losses than those of 700 kV (or even 1.000kV) normally used in Europe. To this inconveniences also linked the lack of an adequate legislation, able to encourage possible investments. Fortunately, there are also in Argentina other regions featuring winds with average values between 7 m/s and 10 m/s, both along the Atlantic seashore of the Buenos Aires Province, and in some of the centrally-located provinces. Those areas are indeed supplied by the high voltage grid, and present also an important electricity demand. Regrettably, those grids have a radial configuration, and relatively few interconnections, having therefore few connecting nodes for entering the production of the eventual wind farms, thus requiring the building of long additional high-voltage lines. (orig.)

  18. Una especie nueva de Trechisibus de la Argentina (Coleoptera: Carabidae) A new species of Trechisibus from Argentina (Coleoptera: Carabidae)

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    Sergio Roig-Juñent; Soledad Sallenave

    2005-01-01

    RESUMEN. Las Trechini constituyen una tribu de Carabidae distribuida ampliamente en la región Andino Patagónica. A pesar de que existen varias revisiones parciales de esta tribu para la Argentina y Chile, es muy común hallar especies nuevas, debido sobre todo a la prospección de áreas no exploradas. En este aporte se describe una especie nueva del género Trechisibus Jeannel del Cerro Nevado (Mendoza, Argentina). Por sus características morfológicas pertenece al grupo de especies depressus. Se...

  19. La mortalidad por armas de fuego en Argentina entre 1990 y 2008 Firearm mortality in Argentina, 1990-2008

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    Marina Gabriela Zunino; Edinilsa Ramos de Souza

    2012-01-01

    Este es un estudio epidemiológico descriptivo de la mortalidad por armas de fuego en Argentina, 1990-2008. Se analizaron los porcentajes y las tasas de mortalidad por armas de fuego entre las jurisdicciones del país. Los datos provienen de la Dirección de Estadística e Información en Salud, Ministerio de Salud y Ambiente, República Argentina. Entre 1990-2008 se produjeron 358.484 muertes por causas externas de las cuales el 16,6% (59.339) correspondieron a armas de fuego. La Provincia de Buen...

  20. ¿Hacia dónde va la ciencia argentina? Science in Argentina: Where do we go from here?

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    Lino Barañao

    2012-01-01

    El ministro se refirió a los lineamientos de la ciencia argentina. Destacó que la inversión que la sociedad hace en Ciencia y Tecnología en la Argentina debe apuntar a una mejora de la calidad de vida de la población, mediante el fortalecimiento del sistema, mejora de los salarios e infraestructura, la diversificación de financiamientos, la vinculación efectiva entre generación de conocimiento, solución de problemas y aumento de la actividad productiva, con atención a las demandas sociales. P...

  1. Summary of CRP participants' reports: Argentina

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    The activities of the Argentinean research group participating in the CRP can be briefly summarized in the following items: - Implementation of algorithms to extract dynamical features of the liquid and solid motion in multiphase systems. Particularly, analysis of radioactive tracer trajectories moving freely in 3D mock-ups of different multiphase reactors. - Development and implementation of algorithms capable of classifying flow regimes and diagnosing flow regime transitions in multiphase contactors, particularly bubble columns, three-phase fluidized beds and circulating fluidized beds. - Development, mounting and implementation of a Computer Automated Radioactive Particle Tracking (CARPT) facility in Argentina in collaboration with a group of the National Commission of Atomic Energy (CNEA). Multiphase systems are ubiquitous in industrial practice, either in pipes, operation units and multiphase reactors (MPR). MPR are vessels where two or more phases are brought together for a chemical transformation to take place. They are extensively used for quite diverse applications ranging from the upgrading and conversion of petroleum feed-stocks, with a huge installed capacity, to the manufacture of pharmaceuticals or fine-chemicals, and ever present in biotechnological processes. The gamma emission tomography of a single radioactive tracer, frequently called Computer Automated Radioactive Particle Tracking (CARPT), provides a massive amount of information on the traced phase motion, which has been used to determine characteristic features, like Eulerian velocity fields, turbulence intensities, dispersion coefficients, phase distribution, etc. The fluid dynamics in MPR is extremely complex due to interaction of the coexisting phases, particularly for fluidized systems or gas-liquid systems at high gas velocities. Moreover, these systems dynamics frequently have chaotic features and are far from being understood. Hence, further insights on fundamentals of the motions are

  2. Uranium favourability and exploration in Argentina

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    Full text: This paper presents an overview of the past and ongoing uranium favourability and exploration activities in Argentina, where different metallogenetic models are analysed and the radiometric surveys have a prominent place as a prospecting technique. Uranium exploration activities in Argentina began in 1951-1952. The Huemul sandstone type uranium deposit was found in 1954, while exploring for red bed copper mineralisation. The Tonco district with the sandstone deposits Don Otto and Los Berthos was discovered by an airborne radiometric survey conducted in 1958. During the late 1950s and the early 1960s, airborne surveys also led to the discovery of the Los Adobes sandstone type uranium deposit in Patagonia. During the 1960s, the Schlagintweit stockwork deposit and La Estela vein deposit were found by ground exploration in the granitic basement of the Pampean Ranges. In 1968, an airborne survey led to discovery of the Dr. Baulies deposit, which occurs in volcanoclastic sediments, in the Sierra Pintada district in Mendoza Province. During the 1970s, another extensive airborne survey contributed to the discovery of Cerro Condor U deposit. Considering the geological and structural evidence, a drilling program was executed in the vicinity of the Los Adobes deposit, finding U mineralization at the Cerro Solo location. An airborne gamma ray spectrometry survey carried out in 1978, covering 100,000 square kilometres of the Patagonia Region, contributed to the discovery of the small Laguna Colorada deposit located in a volcanic environment. Furthermore, this airborne survey defined several clusters of uranium anomalies that were investigated in detail. During the 1980s, an airborne survey conducted over 40,000 square kilometres of the granitic terrain of the Pampean Ranges, identified a number of strong uranium anomalies that became exploration targets. In 1986, ground exploration identified the uranium vein type mineralization at Las Termas in the Fiambala Ranges

  3. Equality of Educational Opportunities at Public Primary Schools in Argentina

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    Adrogue, Cecilia

    2013-01-01

    This paper assesses the degree of equality of educational opportunities across Argentina's public primary schools. The main finding is that there are inequalities between jurisdictions, but even greater inequalities within them, suggesting the existence of serious problems in the distribution of resources at the sub-national level. Following…

  4. Rewriting Citizenship? Civic Education in Costa Rica and Argentina

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    Suarez, David F.

    2008-01-01

    To what degree are nations "rewriting" citizenship by expanding discussions of human rights, diversity and cultural pluralism in modern civic education, and what explains variation between countries? This study addresses these issues by analysing the intended content of civic education in Costa Rica and Argentina. Over time, civic education in…

  5. IQ Gains in Argentina between 1964 and 1998

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    Flynn, James R.; Rossi-Case, Lilia

    2012-01-01

    The literature on IQ gains in Latin America is sparse. We estimate gains on Raven's Progressive Matrices in the city of La Plata (Argentina) between 1964 and 1998. The gains are robust at the top of the curve as well as at the bottom. Therefore, they are contrary to the hypothesis that nutrition played a major role in recent Argentine IQ gains.…

  6. Communication received from the Resident Representatives of Argentina and Brazil

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    The document reproduces the communication received by the Director General from the Resident Representatives of Argentina and Brazil to the Agency to inform him about the official inauguration on 9 December 1992 of the headquarters of the Brazilian-Argentine Agency for Accounting and Control of Nuclear Materials (ABACC) in Rio de Janeiro

  7. Horticulture in Argentina: a productive alternative with great potential

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    Ana Maria Castagnino

    2011-12-01

    Full Text Available Horticulture in Argentina is an activity with great potential whose history has mainly been driven by Italian immigrants who arrived during the last two centuries. It is a valuable complement for traditional primary productions on which the country is focused with more than 30 millions of cultivated hectares and different agro-climatic conditions that characterize the different horticultural regions distributed throughout the country. The aim of this article is to give a panorama of the history, reality and perspectives in Argentina of an activity that is an opportunity for producers and entrepreneurs interested in it. Due to its characteristics, horticulture generates and dynamizes employment with great importance for regional economies. The proportion between vegetables and fruit produced and commercialized in Argentina is 63 and 34% respectively. Horticultural products for exportation largely are garlic, onion and beans. Concerning the most commercialized vegetables in Argentina, potato, tomato, onion, squash, lettuce, pepper, marrow and sweet potato stand out, whereas orange, tangerine, apple, banana, lemon, pear, grape and grapefruit may be highlighted among fruit. At present, the main challenge of the Argentinian horticultural sector is given not only by the possibilities of productive diversification and the expansion of the productive area but also of the technological level optimization, the application of quality norms and the agro-industry growth.

  8. Development of new nuclear power plant in Argentina. Annex 9

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    Argentina has started the design of its own nuclear power, CAREM. The CAREM is an indirect cycle reactor with some distinctive features that greatly simplify the reactor and also contribute to a higher level of safety: integrated primary cooling system, primary cooling by natural circulation, self-pressurised primary system and safety systems relying on passive features. (author)

  9. Regulatory framework for the management of radioactive wastes in Argentina

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    The legal and regulatory framework within which the radioactive waste management is carried out in Argentina are exposed. The activities of the Nuclear Regulatory Authority (ARN) in relation to facility inspections, safety assessments and collaboration with international agencies in the matter are also presented. Further, the regulatory criteria applied to waste management are reported. (author)

  10. Transgenic Crops in Argentina: The Ecological and Social Debt

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    Pengue, Walter A.

    2005-01-01

    There is no doubt that soybean is the most important crop for Argentina, with a planted surface that rose 11,000,000 hectares and a production of around 35,000,000 metric tons. During the 1990s, there was a significant agriculture transformation in the country, motorize by the adoption of transgenic crops (soy-bean, maize, and cotton) under the…

  11. Burnout, Perceived Stress, and Depression among Cardiology Residents in Argentina

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    Waldman, Silvina V.; Diez, Juan Cruz Lopez; Arazi, Hernan Cohen; Linetzky, Bruno; Guinjoan, Salvador; Grancelli, Hugo

    2009-01-01

    Objective: Because medical residency is a stressful time for training physicians, placing residents at increased risk for psychological distress, the authors studied the prevalence of burnout, perceived stress, and depression in cardiology residents in Argentina and examined the association between sociodemographic characteristics and these…

  12. Reshaping Power Markets-Lessons from Chile and Argentina

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    Lalor, R. Peter; García, Hernán

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    Power sector reforms in Chile and Argentina are now roughly fourteen and four years old. In both countries, restructuring and deregulation have increased efficiency, led to active entry by new generators, improved the quality of supply, and reduced prices in real terms. The authors' review of experience in both systems confirms that policymakers must apply effective measures to introduce a...

  13. A study on the reconstruction of Los Acantilados Beach, Argentina

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    Algera, A.; Burger, B.; Hartog, W.M.; De Rijke, Q.C.

    2004-01-01

    The city of Mar del Plata is situated some 400 km South of Buenos Aires, the capital of Argentina. The city has two main incomes, namely industry and tourism. In summer, beaches of this Atlantic Ocean faced destination are packed with typical Argentine beach tents, which can be rented, and people fr

  14. Soil Metagenomes from Different Pristine Environments of Northwest Argentina

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    McCarthy, Christina B.; Colman, Déborah I.

    2015-01-01

    This is the first study to use a high-throughput metagenomic shotgun approach to explore the biosynthetic potential of soil metagenomes from different pristine environments of northwest Argentina. Our data sets characterize these metagenomes and provide information on the possible effect these ecosystems have on their diversity and biosynthetic potential.

  15. Notas sobre fanerógamas de la flora argentina

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    Raúl Martínez Crovetto

    2010-01-01

    Se informa la existencia en Argentina de ocho especies de pastos marinos no catalogados. Ellos son Bromus inermis, Melinis minutiflora, Pennisetum purpureum, Melia azedarach, Anethum graueolens, Costus pilgeri, Desmodium arechaualetae  e Ipomoea morongii. Se menciona también el cultivo de Gymnopogon biflorus y Heteropterys angustifolia.

  16. Notas sobre fanerógamas de la flora argentina

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    Raúl Martínez Crovetto

    2010-11-01

    Full Text Available Se informa la existencia en Argentina de ocho especies de pastos marinos no catalogados. Ellos son Bromus inermis, Melinis minutiflora, Pennisetum purpureum, Melia azedarach, Anethum graueolens, Costus pilgeri, Desmodium arechaualetae  e Ipomoea morongii. Se menciona también el cultivo de Gymnopogon biflorus y Heteropterys angustifolia.

  17. Referendum Inggris di Kepulaun Falkland / Malvinas dan Dampaknya Terhadap Argentina

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    Trisno Panggalo, Efrianto

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    Penelitian ini bertujuan untuk mengetahui dan menjelaskan bagaimana kepentingan nasional Inggris dalam referendum di kepulauan Falkland/Malvinas. Dan mengetahui dan menjelaskan bagaimana dampak referendum kepulauan Falkland/Malvinas tersebut terhadap klaim kedaulatan Argentina pada kepulauan Falkland/Malvinas Tipe penelitian yang penulis gunakan untuk mencapai tujuan penelitian adalah tipe penelitian deskriptif-analitik. Teknik pengumpulan data yang penulis gunakan adalah studi pustaka. ...

  18. Statement by the Permanent Mission of the Republic of Argentina

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    The document reproduces the statement made by the Permanent Mission of the Republic of Argentina concerning the draft of an agreement between the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland, the European Atomic Energy Community and the International Atomic Energy Agency for the application of safeguards in connection with the Treaty for the Prohibition of Nuclear Weapons in Latin America

  19. 77 FR 45653 - Lemon Juice From Argentina and Mexico

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    2012-08-01

    ... investigations on imports of lemon juice from Argentina and Mexico (72 FR 53991 and 53995, September 21, 2007..., and F (19 CFR part 207), as most recently amended at 74 FR 2847 (January 16, 2009). \\1\\ No response to... employment statute for Federal employees, and Commission rule 201.15(b) (19 CFR 201.15(b)), 73 FR 24609...

  20. 78 FR 47006 - Lemon Juice From Argentina and Mexico

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    ... lemon juice from Argentina. Background The Commission instituted these reviews on August 1, 2012 (77 FR 45653) and determined on November 5, 2012 that it would conduct full reviews (77 FR 67833, November 14... 5, 2012 (77 FR 72384). The hearing was held in Washington, DC, on May 16, 2013, and all persons...

  1. 78 FR 46610 - Lemon Juice From Argentina and Mexico

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    2013-08-01

    ... lemon juice from Argentina. Background The Commission instituted these reviews on August 1, 2012 (77 FR 45653) and determined on November 5, 2012 that it would conduct full reviews (77 FR 67833, November 14... 5, 2012 (77 FR 72384). The hearing was held in Washington, DC, on May 16, 2013, and all persons...

  2. Regulatory control of research reactors and critical assemblies in Argentina

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    Full text: The Nuclear Regulatory Authority (ARN) was established as an autonomous body reporting to the President of Argentina by Act 24,804 known as the Nuclear Activity National Act, which came into force on April 25, 1997, and is empowered to regulate and control the nuclear activity with regard to radiation and nuclear safety, physical protection and nuclear non-proliferation issues. It must also advise the Executive on issues under its purview. The objective of the Nuclear Regulatory Authority is to establish, develop and enforce a regulatory system applicable to all nuclear activities carried out in Argentina. The goals of this regulatory system are: To provide an appropriate standard of protection for individuals against the harmful effects of ionizing radiation; To maintain a reasonable degree of radiological and nuclear safety in the nuclear activities performed in Argentina; To ensure that nuclear activities are not developed with purposes un-authorized by the law and regulations resulting therefrom, as well as by the international agreements and the nonproliferation policies adopted by Argentina; To prevent the commission of intentional actions which may either have severe radiological consequences or lead to the unauthorized removal of nuclear materials or other materials or equipment subject to control. In the field of Radiological and Nuclear Safety control applied to Research Reactors and Critical Assemblies, ARN's regulatory activities are directed at controlling 3 RR and 3 CA, analyzing design and operation-related documents, permanently assessing safety during operation, and verifying by means of regulatory inspections and audits the compliance with the provisions of the license concerned. This paper describes the regulatory control applied to Research Reactors and Critical Assemblies in Argentina, the criteria, the standards, the annual plan, the subjects and interaction with operators and operating organization. (author)

  3. su evaluación en Argentina

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    María de los Angeles Matos

    2005-01-01

    Full Text Available Se presentan los resultados obtenidos con la intervención basada en Análisis Comportamental Aplicado (ACA o manejo de contingencias, en 9 niños (8 varones y 1 mujer de 2 a 5 años con Trastornos Generalizados del Desarrollo (TGD. Este tratamiento basado en métodos desarrollados por Lovaas y colaboradores (1981 fue implementado en una institución argentina especializada. Se evaluaron las siguientes áreas: comprensión del lenguaje, funciones del comportamiento, nivel de desarrollo mental y grado de autismo. Tres terapeutas administraron las siguientes pruebas: Peabody Picture Vocabulary Test (Dunn & Dunn, 1981, Vineland Adaptative Behavior Scale (Sparrow, Balla & Cicchetti, 1984, Bayley Scales of Infant Development (1993, la Batería de Evaluación Kaufman para Niños (K.ABC de Kaufman y Kaufman (1997 y The Childhood Autism Rating Scale (CARS de Schopler, Reichler, DeVellis y Daly (1988. Los resultados fueron evaluados por una psicóloga que no había participado de la administración. Se utilizó un diseño intra-sujeto antes-después (inicio de la intervención y entre nueve y doce meses después sin grupo control. Los datos se analizaron con Análisis de Variancia (ANOVA de medidas repetidas. Siete participantes obtuvieron cambios positivos significativos en las cuatro áreas estudiadas: uno en tres áreas y uno en dos. Los mejores resultados se obtuvieron en funcionalidad del comportamiento (p < .004 y en dos de sus subdominios: autovalimiento (p < .006 y habilidades motrices (p < .001. También se observaron diferencias significativas en los otros dos subdominios: comunicación (p < .01 y socialización (p < .01. Las diferencias en lenguaje receptivo, funcionamiento intelectual y nivel de autismo también resultaron significativas: (p < .01, (p < .02 y (p < .04 respectivamente.

  4. Small mammal distributional patterns in Northwestern Argentina

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    María L. Sandoval

    2015-12-01

    Full Text Available ABSTRACT Quantitative evaluations of species distributional congruence allow evaluating previously proposed biogeographic regionalization and even identify undetected areas of endemism. The geographic scenery of Northwestern Argentina offers ideal conditions for the study of distributional patterns of species since the boundaries of a diverse group of biomes converge in a relatively small region, which also includes a diverse fauna of mammals. In this paper we applied a grid-based explicit method in order to recognize Patterns of Distributional Congruence (PDCs and Areas of Endemism (AEs, and the species (native but non-endemic and endemic, respectively that determine them. Also, we relate these distributional patterns to traditional biogeographic divisions of the study region and with a very recent phytogeographic study and we reconsider what previously rejected as 'spurious' areas. Finally, we assessed the generality of the patterns found. The analysis resulted in 165 consensus areas, characterized by seven species of marsupials, 28 species of bats, and 63 species of rodents, which represents a large percentage of the total species (10, 41, and 73, respectively. Twenty-five percent of the species that characterize consensus areas are endemic to the study region and define six AEs in strict sense while 12 PDCs are mainly defined by widely distributed species. While detailed quantitative analyses of plant species distribution data made by other authors does not result in units that correspond to Cabrera's phytogeographic divisions at this spatial scale, analyses of animal species distribution data does. We were able to identify previously unknown meaningful faunal patterns and more accurately define those already identified. We identify PDCs and AEs that conform Eastern Andean Slopes Patterns, Western High Andes Patterns, and Merged Eastern and Western Andean Slopes Patterns, some of which are re-interpreted at the light of known patterns of the

  5. Radionuclide Activity Concentrations in Spas of Argentina

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    Geothermal waters have been used on a large scale for bathing, drinking and medical purposes. These waters often have a very high mineral content because solubility increases with temperature. Ground waters are in close contact with soil and rocks containing radium. Once formed by decay from radium, radon gas (Rn-222) may diffuse through rocks pores and geological discontinuities and may dissolve in these waters. Radon and other natural radionuclides are transported to the surface where radon can easily diffuse into the atmosphere. Then it may be possible to find out significant radon levels at places like geothermal spas. In this work the most important natural radionuclide activity concentrations in different thermal spas of Argentina were measured to characterize waters and to evaluate the exposure of workers and members of the public. Three passive methods were used to measure radon in air. One of them is an screening method based on the radon adsorption on activated charcoal. The other two methods are time integrated ones, CR-39 or Makrofol tracks detectors, which can be exposed between two and three months. To characterize waters other natural radionuclides have been also measured. Uranium concentration was measured by fluorimetry. Ra-226 and Pb-210 measurements were performed by radiochemical methods and liquid scintillation. The results obtained were compared with the guidelines values recommended by WHO and EPA for drinking waters and, in the case of radon in air, the results were compared with values established by BSS-115. In order to assess worker doses, the higher value measured for radon in air and real scenario data were taken into account. Moreover, in situ dose rate measurements were also performed and then compared with natural background values. In relation with water characterization, almost all values obtained for the geothermal waters analyzed were below the corresponding guidance levels. Taking into account the highest value measured of radon

  6. "El Rey Algodón". Los Estados Unidos, la Argentina y el desarrollo de la industria algodonera argentina

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    Donna J. Guy

    2000-01-01

    Este trabajo apunta a descifrar la historia del boom del algodón, el rol de los especialistas norteamericanos y los esfuerzos del Ministerio de Agricultura de la Argentina - y subsecuentemente de la Junta Nacional del Algodón - para implementar los consejos de los expertos de los Estados Unidos entre 1924 y 1926.

  7. Una nueva especie de Dendrocerus (Hymenoptera: Megaspilidae de La Pampa, Argentina A new species of Dendrocerus (Hymenoptera: Megaspilidae from La Pampa, Argentina

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    Juan J. MARTINEZ

    2003-12-01

    Full Text Available Se describe e ilustra Dendrocerus ranquel sp. nov. procedente de la provincia de La Pampa, Argentina. Se discuten sus afinidades con otras especies del grupo halidayi.Dendrocerus ranquel sp. nov., from La Pampa, Argentina is described and ilustrated. Its affinities with other species of the group halidayi are discussed.

  8. Una nueva especie de Dendrocerus (Hymenoptera: Megaspilidae) de La Pampa, Argentina A new species of Dendrocerus (Hymenoptera: Megaspilidae) from La Pampa, Argentina

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    Juan J. MARTINEZ

    2003-01-01

    Se describe e ilustra Dendrocerus ranquel sp. nov. procedente de la provincia de La Pampa, Argentina. Se discuten sus afinidades con otras especies del grupo halidayi.Dendrocerus ranquel sp. nov., from La Pampa, Argentina is described and ilustrated. Its affinities with other species of the group halidayi are discussed.

  9. Infestation of rural houses by Triatoma infestans in the region of Los Llanos (La Rioja, Argentina)

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    Porcasi, X.; H Hrellac; S Catalá; Moreno, M. (Marta); L Abrahan; Hernandez, L; DE Gorla

    2007-01-01

    Vectorial transmission of Chagas disease has been strongly reduced in most parts of the Southern Cone countries of South America, except in the Gran Chaco region of Argentina, Bolivia, and Paraguay. Given periodical interruptions of the vector control programmes in the endemic region of the Gran Chaco of Argentina, the vectorial transmission of the disease has been increasing during the last years. From the beginning of 2004, the provincial Ministry of Health of La Rioja, Argentina, started a...

  10. Tratamiento tributario actual del comercio electrónico en la República Argentina

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    Martínez Giribone, María Silvana

    2010-01-01

    Tratamiento tributario actual del comercio electrónico en la República Argentina. PROBLEMA: ¿Constituye la legislación tributaria argentina aplicada a operaciones comerciales tradicionales un marco legal acorde para gravar operaciones de comercio electrónico? OBJETIVOS DE LA INVESTIGACION OBJETIVO GENERAL Analizar la aplicación de la legislación tributaria argentina para operaciones de comercio tradicionales en el comercio electrónico. OBJETIVOS ESPECIFICOS Ana...

  11. The handling of nuclear emergencies in Argentina

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    team and a decision-making team at its Headquarters, with the responsibility of conducting the whole emergency. At the same time, the ARN shall deploy a team to the emergency area, led by the Operative Head of Nuclear Emergencies Response- 'Jefe Operativo de Emergencias Nucleares (JOEN)' - who is in charge of the response at the local level (up to about ten kilometers). The JOEN is also responsible for the coordination of other organizations included in the response at the local level. This paper presents the organization of the preparation and response in case of nuclear emergencies that was developed in Argentina, considering the particular responsibilities assigned to ARN by the current legislation. In addition, three essential topics in this working scheme - the training of the members of the public, the coordination of the different organizations and the development of knowledge and skills in ARN relevant areas- are developed. (author)

  12. Rasgos Geoquímicos de las Calizas de la Formación Arroyo Verde (Eoceno, en Punta Colorada. Provincia de Río Negro. Argentina: Reconstrucción Paleoambiental Geochemical features of limestones in Arroyo Verde Formation (Eocene in Punta Colorada. Río Negro Province. Argentina: Palaeoenvironmental reconstruction

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    Liliana Luna

    2008-12-01

    Full Text Available El creciente desarrollo de la industria cementera ha reactivado la exploración de los yacimientos de calizas en el sur de Argentina. En la zona de Punta Colorada, a 36 km de Sierra Grande, Prov. de Río Negro, se encuentra un depósito de estas rocas pertenecientes a la Formación Arroyo Verde, del Eoceno inferior, originada por una ingresión marina ocurrida el Cretácico superior-Terciario inferior. A través de un estudio técnico se cubicaron 14.806.106 tn de reservas medidas y 1.799.174 tn de reservas indicadas en carbonato de calidad menor al 4 % MgO. Se estudió un área de 800 Ha, dividida en 2 zonas ubicadas al norte y al sur de Punta Colorada, separadas por el Arroyo Las Palmas, en el litoral marítimo atlántico. Se determinó una potencia media de 10 m de calizas por medio de perforaciones y perfiles. El análisis de los perfiles permitió establecer 4 niveles compuestos por calizas masivas a granulares, con estratificación entrecruzada, fosilíferas. Microscópicamente se observan bivalvos, equinodermos, corales, foraminíferos y algas. La fracción clástica terrígena, tamaño arena-limo, está compuesta principalmente por cuarzo, feldespato y concreciones arcillosas verdosas. Se analizaron los tenores de CaO, MgO y se calcularon las relaciones Mg/Ca observándose variaciones verticales con aumento del MgO hacia los niveles superiores del yacimiento. Sobre la base de los porcentajes de estos óxidos se clasifica a las rocas en caliza, caliza dolomítica y dolomita calcítica. Se analizaron además Al, Fe, K, Mg, Mn, Na, P, S y Ti, observándose variaciones geoquímicas laterales y verticales que se relacionarían con cambios morfológicos, paleoambientales y de evolución de la cuenca. Se concluye que las calizas están constituidas principalmente por calcita con cantidades variables de MgO. Estas rocas se habrían formado en lagunas costeras de aguas cálidas, con alto contenido en fósforo. En otros sectores de la cuenca se

  13. La mortalidad por armas de fuego en Argentina entre 1990 y 2008 Firearm mortality in Argentina, 1990-2008

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    Marina Gabriela Zunino

    2012-04-01

    Full Text Available Este es un estudio epidemiológico descriptivo de la mortalidad por armas de fuego en Argentina, 1990-2008. Se analizaron los porcentajes y las tasas de mortalidad por armas de fuego entre las jurisdicciones del país. Los datos provienen de la Dirección de Estadística e Información en Salud, Ministerio de Salud y Ambiente, República Argentina. Entre 1990-2008 se produjeron 358.484 muertes por causas externas de las cuales el 16,6% (59.339 correspondieron a armas de fuego. La Provincia de Buenos Aires presentó el porcentaje y tasas cruda y ajustada superiores. Las jurisdicciones de la Región Pampeana (incluye Provincia de Buenos Aires presentaron un perfil más homogéneo y similar al del país: aumento de las tasas en 1999-2002 y disminución en 2003-2006. Estos hallazgos se explicarían en parte por el deterioro socioeconómico vivido en Argentina a fines del siglo XX, que habría tenido mayor impacto en Provincia de Buenos Aires, por ser ésta una de las provincias con mayor desarrollo y dinamismo económico de Argentina. La situación de Provincia de Buenos Aires habría estado agravada por el hecho de tener una de las fuerzas policiales más represivas del país.This is a descriptive epidemiological study of firearm mortality in Argentina, 1990-2008. The study compared the firearm mortality percentages and rates between the country's jurisdictions. The data are from the Office of Health Statistics and Information, Ministry of Health. From 1990 to 2008 there were 358,484 deaths from external causes, of which 16.6% (59,339 were caused by firearms. The Province of Buenos Aires showed the highest percentage and crude and adjusted rates. The jurisdictions in the Pampeana region (including the Province of Buenos Aires showed a more homogeneous profile, similar to that of the country as a whole, with an increase in the rates from 1999 to 2002 and a decrease from 2003 to 2006. These findings are partially explained by the country

  14. El marketing cultural de una empresa de transferencia de remesas en la Argentina

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    Benza, Silvia

    2012-01-01

    Perú es uno de los países del hemisferio sur con mayor emigración en el mundo y también uno de los países con alta recepción de remesas. El desarrollo de servicios de transferencia de dinero, así como la recepción de remesas, produce efectos económicos, sociales y culturales en Perú, pero también en los países emisores de las remesas y de residencia de los migrantes. Una de las principales implicancias culturales que tiene el envío de remesas en el país de residencia de los migrantes está ...

  15. RICOSTRUZIONE PALEOGEOGRAFICA E PALEOAMBIENTALE DELLA CITTA’ DI NAPOLI: UN’INDAGINE GEOARCHEOLOGICA

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    Liuzza, Viviana

    2014-01-01

    The city of Naples (Italy) is densely inhabited and rich in history, the area having been exploited for human settlements since the 7th century BC (Fig.1). Hence examining its geomorphological and palaeoenvironmental history is no simple task. For the last 20 years, archaeological excavations during the construction of the Naples metro have offered the possibility to conduct in-depth geoarchaeological research in the city and initiate fruitful collaboration between the Department of Earth Sci...

  16. Derechos, ciudadanía y mujeres en Argentina

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    Josefina Leonor Brown

    2004-01-01

    Full Text Available En el marco de los debates actuales a propósito de la ciudadanía, interesa plantear algunas de las tensiones que pueden vislumbrarse en las discusiones por los derechos reproductivos como derechos ciudadanos para las mujeres en Argentina. Se parte de algunas consideraciones históricas respecto al modo en que las mujeres fueron incluidas-excluidas de la ciudadanía en los regímenes políticos modernos. Ello servirá como marco para delimitar la importancia de los derechos reproductivos para considerar ciudadanas plenas a las mujeres. Los puntos de acuerdo y desacuerdo respecto de los derechos reproductivos revelan cuáles son los índices de tolerancia del patriarcado en Argentina.

  17. Emergency action plan in the Comahue region, Argentina

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    The first Emergency Action Plan (EAP) developed in Argentina for the major hydro basins in the country was described. The guidelines for the EAP came from the United States, but the criteria were adapted to the characteristics of the hydro projects and the rivers under study. The plan allowed, with an adequate degree of precision, the determination of the permissible levels that the rivers could reach, all along the region under study, in case an emergency was detected in one of the dams. It was possible to elaborate the flood maps at two different scales which, in turn, allowed visualization of the scope of each emergency. The plan was said to represent a major landmark in flood control in Argentina, and will serve as the basis of all future emergency planning. 11 ills

  18. Data management for spent fuel from power reactors in Argentina

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    Updated data for the spent fuel management from the operating power reactors - as of December 31st, 2004 - as well as research reactors - as of March 1st, 2003 - in Argentina are presented. Data for the power reactor spent fuel are received from the nuclear power plant operator (Nucleoelectrica Argentina S.A.) twice a year for the cumulative spent fuel arising up to June 30th and December 31st. Data for the research reactor spent fuel are collected once a year from CNEA operators. At the time being, such data are not managed in a database management system but some of them are handled with a spreadsheet program in order to get total, average, lower and higher values. These values are being used to built the input of codes for calculating the composition, activity and thermal power for the spent fuel as a whole as well as the mass, activity and thermal power for spent fuel elements or nuclides. (author)

  19. El financiamiento bancario de las PYMES en Argentina (2002 - 2009)

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    Cecilia Allami; Alan Cibils

    2011-01-01

    Entre 2003 y 2007, la economía argentina experimentó una de las fases de crecimiento más intensas y extensas de las últimas décadas. En este nuevo escenario, las pequeñas y medianas empresas (PYMES) tuvieron un notable desempeño económico y recuperaron el dinamismo que habían perdido en la década anterior. No obstante, la limitación de acceso a los mercados de crédito por parte de las PYMES en Argentina es un fenómeno ampliamente reconocido, que compromete las posibilidades de crecimiento y e...

  20. Industrial integration of the fuel cycle in Argentina

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    The power-reactor construction program in Argentina for the period 1976-1985 is described on the basis of which the nuclear-fuel requirements have been determined. Activities connected with the fuel cycle commenced in 1950 in Argentina with the prospection and working of uranium deposits. On the basis of the nuclear power program described, plans have been drawn up for the establishment of the industrial plants that will be needed to ensure the domestic supply of fuel. The demand for fuel is correlated with the availability of uranium resoures and it is shown to be desirable from the technical, economic and industrial point of view to integrate the front end of the fuel cycle, keeping the irradiation aspects and the tail end at the development level. Progress made in this field and current programs covering exploration, concentrate production, nuclear purification, conversion to uranium dioxide, production of special alloys and fuel element fabrication are described

  1. Anarquismo y movimiento universitario en Argentina, 1935–1950

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    María Eugenia Bordagaray

    2012-07-01

    Full Text Available En este trabajo proponemos, en primer lugar, situar el desarrollo del movimiento libertario en la Argentina posterior a 1930 y considerar la fundación de la Federación Anarco Comunista Argentina (FACA en 1935 como base para comprender las acciones y el desempeño de algunos de sus sostenedores en la Universidad Nacional de La Plata entre 1944 y 1946. En segundo lugar, analizaremos esta doble pertenencia o identidad: como universitarios e intelectuales que defienden la Reforma de 1918 en la Universidad de los años cuarenta y cincuenta, y posteriormente como opositores políticos en los primeros años del gobierno del General Perón.

  2. Discharges of radioactive materials to the environment in Argentina

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    Curti, A R

    2003-01-01

    The International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) is creating a database of information on radioactive discharges to atmospheric and aquatic environments from nuclear and radioactive installations, and from facilities using radionuclides in medicine, industry and research. The database is expected to facilitate the analysis of worldwide trends in discharge levels and provide a basis for assessing the impact of the discharges on humans and on the environment. In November 2002 took place the first meeting of national contact points and the Nuclear Regulatory Authority (ARN in Spanish) was present as the counterpart for the provision of discharge data from Argentina. This paper, presented in the above mentioned meeting, is a general overview of the radioactive discharges control in Argentina including the legal infrastructure, the population dose assessment methodology and the main characteristics of the facilities in the country with radioactive discharges to the environment. It is mentioned their location, release...

  3. LAS ESPECIES ARGENTINAS DEL GENERO SICYOS (CUCURBITACEAE.

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    Raúl Martínez Crovetto

    2010-11-01

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    El autor estudia las especies del género Sicyos que viven dentro del territorio de la República Argentina; señalando que hasta el presente se han hallado seis. Luego de una diagnosis del género, suministra una clave, descripciones y figuras de cada una de ellas, a fin de facilitar su reconocimiento. Las especies estudiadas son S. malvifolius Griseb., S. polyacanthus Cogn., S. Odanellii Mart.-Crov., S. Kunthii Cogn. (nuevo habitante para la flora argentinaS. Warmingii Cogn, S. Warmingii Cogn. var. longispina Mart.-Crov. (nueva variedad y S. ignarus Mart.-Crov. (especie nueva para la ciencia.

  4. Argentina to cooperate with U. K. plans for Falklands exploration

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    1992-10-05

    This paper reports that Argentina plans to participate, in cooperation with U.K. plans, in oil and gas exploration in the South Atlantic Ocean off the Falkland Islands. The Falklands government issued a tender Sept. 22 for seismic surveys in the area claimed by the U.K. Argentina's foreign ministry then accused the U.K. of infringing on its sovereignty. An information package outlining bid procedures, license terms, and an application form is available from the British Geological Survey, Edinburgh. The agency is reviewing applications this month. The government expects to award licenses for seismic surveys in No ember, with seismic surveys expected to get under way during the austral summer.

  5. Redescription of the female of Microcerella acrydiorum (Diptera: Sarcophagidae) and new records from Argentina Redescripción de la hembra de Microcerella acrydiorum (Diptera: Sarcophagidae) y nuevos registros para la Argentina

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    Mariluis, Juan C.

    2005-01-01

    A redescription and an illustration of female Microcerella acrydiorum (Weyenbergh) is given, and new records from Santa Fe province, Argentina are provided. Microcerella chaetosa (Townsend) is recorded for the first time in Argentina. New records of Microcerella erythropyga (Lopes) from Buenos Aires and Córdoba provinces, Argentina are provided.Se redescribe e ilustra la hembra de Microcerella acrydiorum (Weyenbergh) y se aporta un nuevo registro para la provincia de Santa Fe, Argentina. Micr...

  6. Determinants of school attendance of young people in Argentina

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    Paz, Jorge A.; Juan Carlos Cid

    2012-01-01

    This paper analyzes the socioeconomic determinants of school attendance and time allocation of young people between 15 and 18 years old in Argentina. We are particularly interested in knowing the importance of each of them. The empirical analysis is based on a multinomial logit model for the period 1997-2009 with data coming from the Permanent Household Survey, Instituto Nacional de Estadística y Censos (INDEC), covering the urban population in the country.

  7. Argentina-Canada from 1870: Explaining the dynamics of divergence

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    González, Germán; Viego, Valentina

    2009-01-01

    Argentina and Canada started their industrialization processes while exporting natural resources and importing capital goods. These two nations were sparsely populated but received significant inflows of European immigrants since the second half of the nineteenth century. Until the start of World War II, both economies experienced similar per-capita GDPs. However, the gap between both per-capita GDPs began to grow, widening throughout the century. We carry out an empirical study of the deep d...

  8. STATE AND OUTLOOK OF PSYCHOLOGY STUDENTS ORGANIZATION IN ARGENTINA

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    Ezequiel Benito

    2008-01-01

    Psychology students are currently weakly organized in Argentina. The reasons for that maybe found in the circumstances of the local academic life and the changing social, economicand political realities the country went through in the last decades. In the meantime, thequality of the Psychology courses is poorer than its neighbouring Latinamerican countriesand it’s even more distanced from the world centres of academic reference. Nowadays,there are two developments encouraging the reflection a...

  9. A Patient from Argentina Infected with Rickettsia massiliae

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    García-García, Juan Carlos; Portillo, Aránzazu; Núñez, Manuel J.; Santibáñez, Sonia; Castro, Begoña; Oteo, José A

    2010-01-01

    The first confirmed case of Rickettsia massiliae infection in the New World (Buenos Aires, Argentina) is described. To date, only two cases of human infection had been reported in Europe. The patient, a woman, had a fever, a palpable purpuric rash on the upper and lower extremities, and a skin lesion (eschar) on the right leg compatible with tache noire. When interviewed, she reported having had contact with dog ticks. After treatment with doxycycline for 12 days, her symptoms resolved. Ricke...

  10. Education in Psychology in Argentina. Hugo Klappenbach’s interview

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    Corina Calabresi; Fernando Polanco

    2011-01-01

    We dialogue with Dr. Hugo Klappenbach, the well-known Latin-Americanresearcher in the field of history of psychology as well as in the field of Psychology Education. Klappenbach gives a critical overview over the teaching of psychology in Argentina. From his perspective, psychology education in the whole country has been biased almost exclusively by Psychoanalysis and by clinical interests. Klappenbach compares such psychoanalytical perspective with teaching of psychology in other countries i...

  11. Factors associated with healthcare avoidance among transgender women in Argentina

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    Socías, María Eugenia; Marshall, Brandon DL; Arístegui, Inés; Romero, Marcela; Cahn, Pedro; Kerr, Thomas; Sued, Omar

    2014-01-01

    Introduction Transgender (TG) women in many settings continue to contend with barriers to healthcare, including experiences of stigma and discrimination. Argentina has a universal health care system and laws designed to promote healthcare access among TG women. However, little is known about barriers to healthcare access among TG women in this setting. The aim of this study was to explore individual, social-structural and environmental factors associated with healthcare avoidance among TG wom...

  12. Costs of publicly provided maternity services in Rosario, Argentina

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    Borghi Josephine; Bastus Silvia; Belizan María; Carroli Guillermo; Hutton Guy; Fox-Rushby Julia

    2003-01-01

    This material is posted here with permission of the publishers, Instituto Nacional de Salud Pública. Internal or personal use of this material is permitted. However, permission to reprint/republish this material must be obtained from the Publisher. Objective. This study estimates the costs of maternal health services in Rosario, Argentina. Material and Methods. The rovider costs (US$ 1999) of antenatal care, a normal vaginal delivery and a caesarean section, were evaluated retrospectively ...

  13. Practice and Membership: Reasons for Partisan Affiliation in Cordoba, Argentina

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    Hugo H. RABBIA; Silvina Brussino

    2012-01-01

    We analyze the individual motives of political party affiliation as a central variable that help us to characterize the party affiliation as a practice and as belonging to a party organization. The study was conducted through questionnaires, and the sample was integrated by 428 citizens over 18 and under 65 years old, from Cordoba, Argentina. We propose a categorization of the motives of affiliation, inductively constructed, that recovers the theoretical conceptualization from the sociology o...

  14. Ocupar, resistir, producir. The recuperated factories of Argentina

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    Gallia, Lorenza

    2007-01-01

    This study focuses on the recuperated factories movement (ERT) of Argentina, its dynamics, and outcomes. It investigates the ways in which the political and economic strategies of the ERT movement have affected workers’ views of their social role, and their class position. Although the ERTs originate from workers’ necessity to maintain their place of work and earnings, they have engendered deep transformations including modes of production, ownership of knowledge, redistribution of wealth, an...

  15. Las Lejeuneaceae (Hepaticae) de Misiones, Argentina : 6., Lejeunea y Taxilejeunea

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    Reiner-Drehwald, M. Elena

    2000-01-01

    Se describen e ilustran las 15 especies de Lejeunea y 3 especies de Taxilejeunea (Lejeuneaceae, subfam. Lejeuneoideae) halladas en Misiones, Argentina: Lejeunea cancellata Nees & Mont., L. filipes Spruce, L. flava (Sw.) Nees, L. geophila Spruce, L. grossitexta (Steph.) E.Reiner & Goda, L. laetevirens Nees & Mont., L. lepida Lindenb. & Gottsche, L. monimiae (Steph.) Steph., L. phyllobola Nees & Mont., L. ptosimophylla C.Massal., L. puiggariana Steph., L. quinqueumbonata Spruce, L. setiloba Spr...

  16. The limits to dollarization in Ecuador: Lessons from Argentina

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    Matias Vernengo; Mathew Bradbury

    2008-01-01

    The paper sheds light on the apparent success of dollarization in Ecuador. The experience of Argentina with convertibility is used to anchor the analysis. Two key factors are seen to play the most important role; first, the behavior of the real exchange rate and second, the source of external resources. The papers explains that exogenous determinants of the real exchange rate- productivity growth, the value of the dollar, commodity prices- have tended to behave very differently over the respe...

  17. Development of TLD audits for radiotherapy dosimetry in Argentina

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    Since 1978 the Regional Reference Center for Dosimetry in Argentina (Secondary Standard Dosimetry Laboratory belonging to the IAEA-WHO SSDLs Network) has been performing a dose intercomparison programme for cobalt 60 therapy units operating in the country. Applied methodology was similar to that of the IAEA TLD audit service and the dose at a reference point on the radiation beam axis was checked by this programme. The results of this audits showed that dose deviations obtained were within the acceptance limits

  18. Comparing stabilization plans of Argentina, Brazil and Peru

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    Arellano, José Pablo

    2015-01-01

    ​This paper sets out to identify the main differences and simmilarities between the Stabilization Plans of Argentina, Brazil, and Perú, as well as making some remarks on anti-inflationary policies. The author also analyzes the initial success of these programmes in terms of their handling of inflation and its subsequent regression. It concludes that the greatest and most important potential cost of a stabilization programme can be measured in terms of its impact on the economic activity, and ...

  19. Las Iglesias Cristianas Reformadas en Argentina: una historia reciente

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    Lértora-Mendoza, C.A. (Celina A.)

    2015-01-01

    The history of evangelical Christianity in Argentina is as old as the country itself. Several Reformed communities settled in Buenos Aires and various cities and towns of the interior; this history, recorded through numerous studies, shows different views and facets of the complex and nuanced historical reality. Concerning recent decades, several historiographical problems mentioned in the introduction can be perceived. The work is divided into the following parts. First, the history of ev...

  20. Accounting Books of Argentina: Publications, Research and Institutional Background.

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    Wirth, María Cristina; Mattessich, Richard

    2006-01-01

    La literatura contable en lengua inglesa ofrece relativamente poca información sobre las investigaciones y publicaciones realizadas en Latinoamérica, tanto en el pasado como en la actualidad. Con el objetivo de contribuir a cerrar la brecha, hemos investigado esta temática en la Argentina. The English accounting literature offers relatively little insight into past and current research and publication efforts in Latin America. In trying to fill some of this gap we investigated this issue from...

  1. Gender stereotypes in products advertising targeted to children in Argentina

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    Melo, Andrea Natalia; Astorino, Julieta

    2016-01-01

    Objective: to characterize the construction, reproduction and re-elaboration ofgender stereotypes in audiovisual and print advertising seen in Argentina between 2011 and 2014. This advertising refered to products consumed by children as an expression of symbolic violence against women, according to the definition established by Law 26485.Methodology: a document analysis within a qualitative methodology approach was used. A convenience sampling from Google, Facebook and Youtube was studied to ...

  2. The origins of nuclear cooperation between Brazil and Argentina

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    Spektor, Matias

    2015-01-01

    This paper sets out to highlight the major �findings of my latest research on the origins of nuclear cooperation between Brazil and Argentina. Besides archival work and interviews, my findings draw on a “critical oral history” exercise which I ran with Professor Nicholas Wheeler of Birmingham University: a three-day collective interview with the Brazilian and Argentine historical actors who negotiated and implemented nuclear cooperation in the late 1970s and early 1980s. The lo...

  3. Accountability and Corruption in Argentina During the Kirchners’ Era

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    Manzetti, Luigi

    2014-01-01

    This article highlights an important paradox: in Argentina between 2003 and 2013 the center-left Peronist government’s approach to governance mirrors that of the center-right Peronist administration of the 1990s. While the latter centralized authority to pursue neoliberal reforms, the former have...... a constant of the Argentine political system due to the executive branch’s ability to emasculate constitutional checks and balances....

  4. Hantavirus reservoir hosts associated with peridomestic habitats in Argentina.

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    G. Calderón; N Pini; Bolpe, J.; Levis, S.; Mills, J; Segura, E.; Guthmann, N.; Cantoni, G.; Becker, J.; Fonollat, A.; Ripoll, C.; Bortman, M.; Benedetti, R.; D Enria

    1999-01-01

    Five species of sigmodontine rodents have been identified in Argentina as the putative reservoirs of six circulating hantavirus genotypes. Two species of Oligoryzomys are associated with the genotypes causing hantavirus pulmonary syndrome, Oligoryzomys flavescens for Lechiguanas and O. longicaudatus for Andes and Oran genotypes. Reports of human cases of hantavirus pulmonary syndrome prompted rodent trapping (2,299 rodents of 32 species during 27,780 trap nights) at potential exposure sites i...

  5. Determinants of school attendance of young people in Argentina

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    Jorge A. Paz

    2012-05-01

    Full Text Available This paper analyzes the socioeconomic determinants of school attendance and time allocation of young people between 15 and 18 years old in Argentina. We are particularly interested in knowing the importance of each of them. The empirical analysis is based on a multinomial logit model for the period 1997-2009 with data coming from the Permanent Household Survey, Instituto Nacional de Estadística y Censos (INDEC, covering the urban population in the country.

  6. CROSSROADS BETWEEN EDUCATION POLICIES AND INDIGENOUS LANGUAGES MAINTENANCE IN ARGENTINA

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    Ana Carolina Hecht

    2010-01-01

    Process of language shift is explained by many researchers since linguistic and anthropological perspectives. This area focuses on the correlations between social processes and changes in systems of use of a language. This article aims to address these issues. In particular, we analyze the links between educational-linguistic policy and the maintenance of the languages spoken in Argentina. In doing so, we explore this field taking into account the linguistic and educational policies implement...

  7. Close encounters Brazil and Argentina: Adhemar Gonzaga in Buenos Aires

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    Arthur Autran

    2013-12-01

    Full Text Available This paper focuses on the relations between the cinematography of Argentina and the cinematography of Brazil in the 1930s and 1940s, with the central axis Adhemar Gonzaga’s visit to Buenos Aires in 1934 and the contacts established there. The paper also discusses the tour of Hollywood star Ramón Novarro in South America, one of the motivations of the trip of Gonzaga.

  8. Communication of 15 February 1995 received from the Permanent Mission of Argentina to the International Atomic Energy Agency

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    The Director General has received a letter of 15 February 1995 from the Permanent Mission of Argentina concerning the deposit by Argentina of its instrument of ratification of the Treaty on the Non-Proliferation of Nuclear Weapons

  9. Nuclear rapprochement in Argentina and Brazil: Workshop summary

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    James E. Doyle

    1999-10-01

    On October 21 and 22, 1998, the Center for International Security Affairs at Los Alamos National Laboratory and the Center for Global Security and Cooperation at Science Applications International Corporation hosted the first of a series of work-shops on states that have chosen to roll back their pursuit of nuclear arms. The objective of the workshop series is to conduct a systematic evaluation of the roles played by U.S. nonproliferation policy in cases of nuclear rollback or restraint and to provide recommendations for future nonproliferation efforts based on lessons learned. Key attendees at the workshop included officials and former officials from the foreign ministries of Argentina and Brazil, and current and former officials from the U.S. Department of State, the Arms Control and Disarmament Agency (ACDA), and the Department of Energy (DOE). Scholars and independent researchers who have examined nuclear policy in Argentina and Brazil also participated. This workshop report includes important background information that helps set the stage for assessing nuclear policies in Argentina and Brazil. It describes national perspectives and areas of consensus and debate among the participants, particularly on the questions of lessons learned and their salience to proliferation challenges in other states. It also summarizes key questions and propositions regarding the roles played in these cases by U.S. nonproliferation policy.

  10. Argentina: Brief Overview of Argentina’s INIS Activities

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    Argentina works in close collaboration with the IAEA on its technical cooperation program, both on national projects within their national program plan, including its thematic areas, as well as on regional projects through the ARCAL agreement. In the field of horizontal cooperation, Argentina engages in technology transfer, training fellows and receiving scientific visits. Argentina has been a member of the International Nuclear Information System (INIS) since 1970, and was among the first IAEA Member States to agree to participate in the system. As a member, we have been involved in the various activities carried out by the IAEA, disseminating the research and development of our researchers and scientists in nuclear and related subjects and promoting INIS activities. The National Atomic Energy Commission (CNEA) is the INIS National Center. Contributions to the INIS database nationwide are made through the CNEA's Information Centers: Eduardo Savino Information Center (CIES, Constituyentes Atomic Center), Leo Falicov Library (Bariloche Atomic Center) and the Library of the Nuclear Regulatory Authority (ARN)

  11. Regulatory Control of Research Reactors and Critical Assemblies in Argentina

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    The Nuclear Regulatory Authority (ARN) was established as an autonomous body reporting to the President of Argentina by Act 24,804 known as the Nuclear Activity National Act, which came into force on 25 April 1997, and is empowered to regulate and control the nuclear activity with regard to radiation and nuclear safety, physical protection and nuclear non-proliferation issues. It must also advise the Executive on issues under its purview. The objective of the ARN is to establish, develop and enforce a regulatory system applicable to all nuclear activities carried out in Argentina. In the field of radiological and nuclear safety control applied to research reactors and critical assemblies, ARN's regulatory activities are directed at controlling three research reactors and three critical assemblies; analysing design and operation related documents; permanently assessing safety during operation; and verifying by means of regulatory inspections and audits the compliance with the provisions of the licence concerned. The paper describes the radiological and nuclear safety regulatory control applied to research reactors and critical assemblies in Argentina: the organization, criteria, thematic, regulatory personnel qualifications, the annual plan and the standards. (author)

  12. Regulatory control on decommissioning of research reactors in Argentina

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    The Nuclear Regulatory Authority (ARN) was established as an independent body reporting to the President of Argentina by Act 24,804 known as the Nuclear Activity National Act, which came into force on April 25, 1997. ARN is empowered to regulate and control nuclear activities with regard to radiation and nuclear safety, physical protection and nuclear non-proliferation issues. It must also advise the Government on issues under its purview. The objective of the Nuclear Regulatory Authority is to establish, develop and enforce a regulatory system applicable to all nuclear activities carried out in Argentina. The construction, commissioning, operation and decommissioning of a nuclear installation shall be previously authorized and licensed by the Regulatory Authority. In the field of Research Reactors, the ARN controls six installations: three Research Reactors and three Critical Facilities (one in extended shutdown). This paper describes the legal and regulatory framework, as well as the regulatory activities that ARN applies to the decommissioning of Research Reactors and Critical Assemblies in Argentina. (author)

  13. Argentina y su desarrollo posterior a la crisis financiera

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    Mine Aysen Doyran

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    Full Text Available En este artículo se revisan las características de la recuperación económica argentina después de la crisis financiera de 1999-2001 hasta la actualidad. Se revisan las alternativas de desarrollo de las presidencias de Duhalde y Kirchner respecto a la de Menem, a través de la literatura publicada sobre Argentina durante ese periodo. Este artículo sostiene que el kirchnerismo no es un modo coherente de gobierno que haya roto con el neoliberalismo, como suele indicarse en la literatura académica, sino más bien, un acto de equilibrio entre los intereses económicos soberanos de las corporaciones argentinas y las demandas del sistema financiero internacional que las economías semiperiféricas confrontan en la red de integración global. El kirchnerismo manifiesta las contradiccio - nes de una economía dependiente con antecedentes de inestabilidad.

  14. El financiamiento bancario de las PYMES en Argentina (2002 - 2009

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    Cecilia Allami

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    Full Text Available Entre 2003 y 2007, la economía argentina experimentó una de las fases de crecimiento más intensas y extensas de las últimas décadas. En este nuevo escenario, las pequeñas y medianas empresas (PYMES tuvieron un notable desempeño económico y recuperaron el dinamismo que habían perdido en la década anterior. No obstante, la limitación de acceso a los mercados de crédito por parte de las PYMES en Argentina es un fenómeno ampliamente reconocido, que compromete las posibilidades de crecimiento y expansión de estas empresas. Este trabajo analiza el crédito bancario efectivamente otorgado a las PYMES en el periodo 2002-2009 en Argentina. Se concluye la necesidad de intervención y regulación del Estado argentino en el mercado bancario, así como la redefinición de las políticas de crédito de entidades públicas y otras políticas focalizadas para mejorar el financiamiento de estas empresas.

  15. Hepatitis C virus infection in Argentina: Burden of chronic disease

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    Ridruejo, Ezequiel; Bessone, Fernando; Daruich, Jorge R; Estes, Chris; Gadano, Adrián C; Razavi, Homie; Villamil, Federico G; Silva, Marcelo O

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    AIM: To estimate the progression of the hepatitis C virus (HCV) epidemic and measure the burden of HCV-related morbidity and mortality. METHODS: Age- and gender-defined cohorts were used to follow the viremic population in Argentina and estimate HCV incidence, prevalence, hepatic complications, and mortality. The relative impact of two scenarios on HCV-related outcomes was assessed: (1) increased sustained virologic response (SVR); and (2) increased SVR and treatment. RESULTS: Under scenario 1, SVR raised to 85%-95% in 2016. Compared to the base case scenario, there was a 0.3% reduction in prevalent cases and liver-related deaths by 2030. Given low treatment rates, cases of hepatocellular carcinoma and decompensated cirrhosis decreased < 1%, in contrast to the base case in 2030. Under scenario 2, the same increases in SVR were modeled, with gradual increases in the annual diagnosed and treated populations. This scenario decreased prevalent infections 45%, liver-related deaths 55%, liver cancer cases 60%, and decompensated cirrhosis 55%, as compared to the base case by 2030. CONCLUSION: In Argentina, cases of end stage liver disease and liver-related deaths due to HCV are still growing, while its prevalence is decreasing. Increasing in SVR rates is not enough, and increasing in the number of patients diagnosed and candidates for treatment is needed to reduce the HCV disease burden. Based on this scenario, strategies to increase diagnosis and treatment uptake must be developed to reduce HCV burden in Argentina.

  16. Hospital education in Argentina: between surviving and social commitment

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    Antonio García Álvarez

    2014-02-01

    Full Text Available This paper reflects outcomes of research comprising an area or type of education in a way unknown and generating interest today: classrooms and hospital schools. The study of this educational track in Argentina is limited to the specific context of child hospitals. Even though the aim is not idealizing Hospital Education model through the sequence of ideas contained, note that the historical example of survival and development offered by the Argentinian context can lead many contributions and suggestions for improvement in other national contexts that make up this educational track. Therefore, constituting Argentina one of most advanced countries in some dimensions related to educational care in hospitals, we have to present its prism of experience with an emphasis on purposes such as compensating, egalitarian fact and social risk minimization that this educational service for hospitalized children implies.Received: 30/04/2013 / Accepted: 22/09/2013How to reference this articleGarcía Álvarez, A. (2014. La educación hospitalaria en Argentina: entre la supervivencia y compromiso social. Foro de Educación, 12(16, pp. 123-139. doi: http://dx.doi.org/10.14516/fde.2014.012.016.005

  17. Family Dynamics and Personal Strengths among Dementia Caregivers in Argentina

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    Elnasseh, Aaliah G.; Trujillo, Michael A.; Peralta, Silvina Victoria; Stolfi, Miriam E.; Morelli, Eliana; Perrin, Paul B.

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    This study examined whether healthier family dynamics were associated with higher personal strengths of resilience, sense of coherence, and optimism among dementia caregivers in Argentina. Caregivers are usually required to assist individuals with dementia, and family members have typically fulfilled that role. Personal strengths such as resilience, sense of coherence, and optimism have been shown to protect caregivers from some of the negative experiences of providing care, though the family-related variables associated with these personal strengths are largely unknown. Hierarchical multiple regressions investigated the extent to which family dynamics variables are associated with each of the caregiver personal strengths after controlling for demographic and caregiver characteristics. A sample of 105 caregivers from Argentina completed a set of questionnaires during a neurologist visit. Family dynamics explained 32% of the variance in resilience and 39% of the variance in sense of coherence. Greater family empathy and decreased family problems were uniquely associated with higher resilience. Greater communication and decreased family problems were uniquely associated with higher sense of coherence. Optimism was not found to be significantly associated with family dynamics. These results suggest that caregiver intervention research focused on the family may help improve caregiver personal strengths in Argentina and other Latin American countries. PMID:27413574

  18. Nuevo hospedador de Huequenia livida (Coleoptera: Cerambycidae en Argentina New host record for Huequenia livida (Coleoptera: Cerambycidae in Argentina

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    José María Villacide

    2006-07-01

    Full Text Available La presencia de adultos de Huequenia livida (Germain, 1898 (Cerambycidae fue detectada en una plantación de Pinus contorta Douglas ex Loudon var. murrayana (Balf. Engelm. en la localidad de Lago Puelo (Chubut, Argentina. Este es el primer registro del desarrollo de H. livida en una especie hospedadora distinta de Araucaria spp. Esta contribución agrega una nueva especie y una nueva familia al listado de plantas hospedadoras descriptas para este Cerambycidae en Chile.Adult of Huequenia livida (Germain, 1898 (Cerambycidae were captured in a Pinus contorta Douglas ex Loudon var. murrayana (Balf. Engelm. plantation located in Lago Puelo ( Chubut , Argentina . This is the first mention of the development of H. livida on a host species different than Araucaria spp. This contribution also adds a new host species and family to the list of host plants described for this Cerambycidae in Chile .

  19. Una especie nueva de Smicridea de la Argentina (Trichoptera: Hydropsychidae A new species of Smicridea from Argentina (Trichoptera: Hydropsychidae

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    Julieta V. Sganga

    2005-12-01

    Full Text Available RESUMEN. Se describen el macho y la hembra de una especie nueva de Smicridea (Rhyacophylax Müller (Hydropsychidae: Smicrideinae, recolectados cerca del Parque Nacional El Palmar, provincia de Entre Ríos, Argentina. Los machos se caracterizan por la presencia de tres puntas en el ápice del falo, una dorsal y dos laterales, y dos ganchos internos. La hembras se distinguen fácilmente por las características de la vagina y de la placa interna.ABSTRACT. The male and the female of a new species of Smicridea (Rhyacophylax Müller (Hydropsychidae: Smicrideinae collected near by El Palmar National Park, Entre Ríos Province, Argentina, are described. The males of this species are characterized by the presence of three points at the apex of the phallus, one dorsal and two lateral, and two lateral internal hooks. The females are easily distinguished by the characteristics of the vagina and the internal plate.

  20. Peronism and the origin of workers in Argentina Peronismo e oriegem dos operários na Argentina

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    Carlos R. Etulain

    2007-05-01

    Full Text Available This article analyses the way the workers and popular fronts inserted themselves in the Peronism when it appeared in the 40’s, in Argentina. Showing the adhesion of the different sectors of Argentinean workers, it presents the researchers opinion on the subject. The historical period focuses the first and the second period of Peron as president (1946-1955. Keywords: Peronism. Left. Workers. Unionism. Populism. New Workers. O trabalho analisa a forma como os trabalhadores e os setores populares se inseriram no peronismo uma vez do seu surgimento, nos anos 40, na Argentina. Apontando para a adesão dos diferentes setores de trabalhadores argentinos, o artigo apresenta as posições dos investigadores do assunto. O período histórico se centra na primeira e segunda presidência de Perón (1946-1955. Palavras-chave: Peronismo. Esquerda. Trabalhadores. Sindicalismo. Populismo. Trabalhadores Novos.

  1. La Argentina y el Plan Marshall: promesas y realidades Argentina and the Marshall Plan: promises and realities

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    Mario Rapoport

    2009-06-01

    Full Text Available El artículo analiza los intereses y prioridades de la política económica externa de los Estados Unidos y las complejas relaciones entre Washington y el gobierno de Buenos Aires en relación a la puesta en marcha del Plan Marshall de reconstrucción de Europa Occidental. La no participación de la Argentina en él dificultó su proceso de industrialización al restringir su comercio con el viejo continente e impedirle obtener las divisas necesarias para comprar en los EEUU, proveedor fundamental de los bienes que necesitaba.The article analyze both the interests and priorities of the foreign economic policy of the United States and the complex relationship between Washington and the peronist government when President Truman impose the Marshall Plan in Europe making more difficult the industrialisation of Argentina.

  2. Otomiasis por Cochliomyia hominivorax en dos niños del conurbano bonaerense, Argentina Otomyiasis by Cochliomyia hominivorax in two children from the outskirts of Buenos Aires, Argentina

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    C. I. Menghi; C. L. Gatta; A. Oliva

    2010-01-01

    Cochliomyia hominivorax es causante del 80% de las miasis humanas en la Argentina. En la actualidad, su distribución geográfica abarca Sudamérica tropical y gran parte de Argentina. En el presente informe se describen dos casos clínicos de otomiasis por C. hominivorax en pacientes pediátricos atendidos en el Hospital de Clínicas de Buenos Aires, Argentina. La importancia de la identificación taxonómica radica en el hecho de que esta especie produce cuadros graves debido a la capacidad de sus ...

  3. Literatura argentina e infancia: un caleidoscopio de poéticas : II Jornadas Poéticas de la Literatura Argentina para Niños

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    Blake, Cristina Elsa; Sardi, Valeria

    2010-01-01

    Nos hemos propuesto publicar las ponencias seleccionadas para ser leídas en las II Jornadas de Poéticas de la Literatura argentina para niños que tuvieron lugar en el Colegio Nacional “Rafael Henández” de la ciudad de La Plata, el 5 de noviembre de 2010 con el fin de poner en circulación la producción teórico-crítica de colegas argentinos interesados en el campo de la literatura infantil argentina. Cabe compartir con ustedes: ¿por qué nos interesa abordar la literatura argentina para niños...

  4. Aphididae (Hemiptera) on ornamental plants in Córdoba (Argentina) Aphididae (Hemiptera) en plantas ornamentales de Córdoba (Argentina)

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    Alfonsina Szpeiner

    2008-01-01

    In 30 surveys across Cordoba city and surroundings (Argentina) I recorded, from November 2001 to May 2002, a total of 109 ornamental plants infested with aphid colonies. Surveys were conducted in the local botanical garden as well as homestead gardens and nurseries. Seventeen species of aphids were identified, 4 of which are new species in the area, from 47 ornamental plants. In a total of 59 plant/aphid associations, 38 new associations were found. I present the first record of aphids coloni...

  5. Rational use of energy and cogeneration in Argentina; Uso racional de la energia y la cogeneracion en Argentina

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    Sosa, M.I. [Universidad Nacional de La Plata (GECCU/UNLP), Buenos Aires (Argentina). Fac. de Ingenieria. Sistemas de Generacion de Energia, Cogeneracion, Ciclos Combinados, Uso Racional de la Energia], E-mail: misosa@ing.unlp.edu.ar

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    In this paper we discuss the energy situation in Argentina and indicates possibilities for the implementation of cogeneration projects in the industrial sector, which would include energy generated by a centralized system, without additional consumption of primary resources. We discuss the physical potential of cogeneration and regulatory barriers that do not assist in its implementation. Mentioned government measures on rational and efficient use of energy.

  6. Una especie nueva de Trechisibus de la Argentina (Coleoptera: Carabidae A new species of Trechisibus from Argentina (Coleoptera: Carabidae

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    Sergio Roig-Juñent

    2005-12-01

    Full Text Available RESUMEN. Las Trechini constituyen una tribu de Carabidae distribuida ampliamente en la región Andino Patagónica. A pesar de que existen varias revisiones parciales de esta tribu para la Argentina y Chile, es muy común hallar especies nuevas, debido sobre todo a la prospección de áreas no exploradas. En este aporte se describe una especie nueva del género Trechisibus Jeannel del Cerro Nevado (Mendoza, Argentina. Por sus características morfológicas pertenece al grupo de especies depressus. Se describe e ilustra el adulto de esta especie nueva, se provee una clave para la identificación de las especies del grupo depressus y se discuten algunos aspectos de la distribución de estas especies.ABSTRACT. Trechini is a tribe of Carabidae (Coleoptera widely distributed in the Andean Patagonian region in South America. In spite of several partial revisions of the tribe for Argentina and Chile, it is very common to find new species due to the research of unexplored areas. In the present paper, a new species of the genus Trechisibus Jeannel from the Cerro Nevado (Mendoza, Argentina is described. Based on its morphological features the new species is considered as a member of the depressus group. The adult of the new species is described and illustrated, a key for the identification of the species of the depressus group is provided, and some aspects of the distribution of the group are discussed.

  7. Costs of publicly provided maternity services in Rosario, Argentina Los costos de servicios maternos públicos en Rosario, Argentina

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    Josephine Borghi; Silvia Bastus; María Belizan; Guillermo Carroli; Guy Hutton; Julia Fox-Rushby

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    OBJECTIVE: This study estimates the costs of maternal health services in Rosario, Argentina. MATERIAL AND METHODS: The provider costs (US$ 1999) of antenatal care, a normal vaginal delivery and a caesarean section, were evaluated retrospectively in two municipal hospitals. The cost of an antenatal visit was evaluated in two health centres and the patient costs associated with the visit were evaluated in a hospital and a health centre. RESULTS: The average cost per hospital day is $114.62. The...

  8. Vacuna contra la fiebre hemorrágica argentina Candid#1 producida en la Argentina: Inmunogenicidad y seguridad

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    Delia A. Enria

    2010-06-01

    Full Text Available Se realizó un estudio clínico en 946 voluntarios humanos sanos, donde se comparó la vacuna Candid#1 producida en Argentina con la elaborada en EE.UU., que había sido utilizada en estudios previos. Como objetivo primario se evaluó la equivalencia en la eficacia utilizando como marcador subrogante a la inmunogenicidad medida por detección de anticuerpos neutralizantes. Como objetivo secundario se evaluó la equivalencia en inocuidad comparando las tasas de reacciones adversas. Ambas vacunas mostraron una tasa equivalente de inmunogenicidad ligeramente superior al 95.5%, que es la eficacia estimada para Candid #1 en estudios previos. No se observaron eventos adversos graves relacionados con la vacuna. Los eventos adversos generales considerados relacionados fueron de escasa significación clínica y de resolución espontánea o con tratamiento sintomático; se presentaron en los receptores de ambas vacunas en tasas equivalentes (29.9% para la vacuna fabricada en la Argentina y 35.0% para la fabricada en EE.UU., e incluyeron: cefalea, decaimiento, mialgias, plaquetopenia leve (< 150 000 plaquetas/mm³, náuseas y/o vómitos, leucopenia leve (< 4 000 blancos/mm³, fiebre, dolor retroocular, mareos, microhematuria, lumbalgia y exantema. Estos resultados indican que la vacuna Candid #1 elaborada en la Argentina es equivalente a la elaborada en los EE.UU. Este estudio permitió el registro del biológico producido en la Argentina ante la autoridad regulatoria del país (ANMAT.

  9. 77 FR 28570 - Honey From Argentina: Extension of Time Limit for the Final Results of Antidumping Duty...

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    2012-05-15

    ... period of review (POR) of honey from Argentina. See Honey From Argentina: Preliminary Results of Antidumping Duty Administrative Review and Partial Rescission of Antidumping Duty Administrative Review, 77 FR... International Trade Administration Honey From Argentina: Extension of Time Limit for the Final Results...

  10. 76 FR 44305 - Honey From Argentina: Extension of Time Limit for Preliminary Results of Antidumping Duty New...

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    .... (Villamora). See Honey from Argentina: Notice of Initiation of Antidumping Duty New Shipper Review, 76 FR... International Trade Administration Honey From Argentina: Extension of Time Limit for Preliminary Results of... initiation a new shipper review of the antidumping duty order on honey from Argentina, covering the period...

  11. 77 FR 39257 - Honey From Argentina and China Institution of Five-Year Reviews Concerning the Countervailing...

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    ... order on imports of honey from Argentina (66 FR 63673) and antidumping duty orders on imports of honey... honey from Argentina and the antidumping duty orders on honey from Argentina and China (72 FR 42384..., and F (19 CFR part 207), as most recently amended at 74 FR 2847 (January 16, 2009). \\1\\ No response...

  12. Italianos en la Argentina. Los últimos doscientos años / Italians in Argentina : the last two hundred years

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    Di Tella, Torcuato

    2011-06-01

    Full Text Available The 200 year anniversary of the foundation of Argentina and the 150th anniversary of Italian unification marks the occasion for an historical analysis of the presence of Italians in Argentina. The article examines the topic from the 1930s until post WW2, comparing immigration in Argentina with other nations including Australia and the US. The position of immigrants in Argentinian social structure is analysed, individualising 3 elements: that foreigners made up 30% of the population; that there was a high concentration of immigrants living in urban areas, and that in big cities foreigners made up 2/3 of the middle and working classes. Secondly, the influence of Italian immigrants on Argentinian politics is examined, in particular the influence on the Partido Socialista and the Partido Radical, and the role of Italians in protest movements and Argentinian civil wars. Finally, the essay seeks to respond to two central questions: why weren't foreigners given the right to citizenship and to vote? What were the effects on the political system?

  13. Migration trends in Argentina: immigration and exile Dinámica migratoria Argentina: inmigración y exilios

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    Fernando Osvaldo ESTEBAN

    2010-10-01

    Full Text Available Through the development of a typology of migration flows, the paper reviews the most important trends in the history of Argentina: the massive European immigration, internal migrations, and immigration from neighbouring countries. The paper then discuss the current process of emigration from Argentina, and the return of old immigrants. The paper assess the economic factors involved through an analysis of unemployment, poverty and income distribution indicators in recent years. Finally, the paper examines the possibility of diminishing the recent emigration trend due to economic reasons. A partir de una tipología de flujos migratorios se realiza un repaso de aquellos más importantes en la historia de Argentina: la masiva inmigración europea, las migraciones internas y aquellas provenientes de países limítrofes. Posteriormente describe el actual proceso de emigración de argentinos y retorno de antiguos inmigrantes. Se abordan luego las causas económicas que lo produjeron a través del estudio de la evolución de los indicadores de desempleo, pobreza y distribución del ingreso en el país durante los últimos años. Finalmente, plantea la posibilidad de aprehender este flujo emigratorio como un exilio económico.

  14. Estrategias de prevención de dengue: Rosario, Argentina Dengue prevention strategies: Rosario, Argentina

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    Monica Liborio

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    Full Text Available A pesar de la presencia de Aëdes aegypti en el municipio de Rosario -República Argentina - no se han notificado casos de Dengue autóctono. Esta condición y otras características, que convierten a la ciudad vulnerable para el desarrollo de la enfermedad, brindan, en contrapartida la posibilidad de intervenir para prevenirla, como pocas veces ofrecen los problemas de salud comunitaria. El Sistema Municipal de Epidemiología definió en el marco de un proceso intersectorial y coparticipativo entre Estado y Comunidad, acciones de promoción y prevención dirigidas a lograr la cooperación efectiva de la población en la eliminación de criaderos potenciales del vector. Se inició así en el año 2000, un proceso, con diversos grados de intervención estatal, centrando el trabajo en la acción de promotores domiciliarios, que acercaron conocimientos a los ciudadanos sobre el Dengue y su vector transmisor. Se recabó, además información para evaluar el riesgo asociado a la presencia de criaderos. La actividad se extendió a establecimientos educacionales y organizaciones barriales. Se promovieron, también, actividades intersectoriales concretas de limpieza y ordenamiento ambiental. La evaluación de dichas intervenciones, permitió verificar el perfeccionamiento de los conocimientos de la población mediante la promoción personalizada y posibilitó apreciar que se lograron mejores resultados con la incorporación de las escuelas y con las intervenciones realizadas con amplia participación estatal. Este trabajo puso en evidencia la necesidad del rol del Estado como incentivador y organizador de actividades para modificar actitudes e incorporar comportamientos responsables y solidarios de los ciudadanos, que aporten a las estrategias saludables.In spite of the presence of the Aëdes aegypti in the city of Rosario -Argentina- there is no evidence of reports of autochthonous Dengue. This condition and other characteristics that make the city a

  15. Implicancias del conflicto Ameghino-Moreno sobre la colección de mamíferos fósiles realizada por Carlos Ameghino en su primera exploración al río Santa Cruz, Argentina Implications of the Ameghino-Moreno conflict on the collection of fossil mammals made by Carlos Ameghino during his first exploration of the Santa Cruz river, Argentina

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    Juan Carlos Fernicola

    2011-06-01

    Full Text Available En septiembre de 1887, Carlos Ameghino, Ayudante Preparador de Paleontología del Museo de La Plata, retornaba de una fructífera expedición a las barrancas del río Santa Cruz, encomendada por el Director de dicha institución, Francisco P. Moreno. Hacia fines de ese año, Florentino Ameghino, Secretario Subdirector del Museo de La Plata, dio a conocer dichos hallazgos describiendo sucintamente 122 taxones de los cuales 110 eran nuevas especies. Al poco tiempo, Florentino era exonerado del Museo, negándosele el acceso a las colecciones. No obstante, en 1889 Ameghino amplió sus descripciones y figuró 74 de los taxones de 1887. En 1891 Florentino Ameghino explicó que sus descripciones y figuras de 1889 se basaron en apuntes y croquis realizados antes de ser exonerado. Llamativamente, muchos de los ejemplares figurados se encuentran depositados en la Colección Naci onal Ameghino, alojada en el Museo Argentino de Ciencias Naturales "Bernardino Rivadavia". En 1980, basándose en este impensado destino de los fósiles, Larry Marshall concluyó que Florentino Ameghino se habría apropiado de una parte de la colección de 1887 y sobre ésta basó su obra de 1889. Las evidencias aquí presentadas avalan la apropiación de ejemplares propuesta por Marshall y brinda un marco de referencia para evaluar la conformación de las series tipo de las especies de 1887. Por último, revelan de que forma el contexto histórico, la competencia entre instituciones y los anhelos personales se conjugaron para romper lo que debió haber sido una asociación científica de excelencia.In September 1887, Carlos Ameghino, Assistant Preparator of Paleontology at the Museo de La Plata, returned to the museum after a successful expedition to the banks of the Santa Cruz River. He had been commissioned by the director of this institution, Francisco P. Moreno, to carry out this fieldwork. By the end of that year, Florentino Ameghino, Assistant Director of the museum, unveiled the findings. He briefly described 122 taxa, 110 of which were new species. A few months later, Florentino was dismissed from the museum and denied access to the collections. However, in 1889 Ameghino expanded his descriptions of the material from 1887 and figured 74 of the 122 species previously described. In 1891, Florentino said that the descriptions and figures he had published in 1889 were based on notes and sketches made before his dismissal. Interestingly, many of the specimens depicted in his 1889 publication are in the Ameghino Collection at the Museo Argentino de Ciencias Naturales "Bernardino Rivadavia". Larry Marshall noticed the surprising location of these specimens, and in 1980, he concluded that Florentino Ameghino must have appropriated some specimens from the 1887 collection. The evidence presented here supports this conclusion and provides a framework for assessing the conformation of the type series for the species described in 1887. Finally, it reveals the historical context for these events: competition among institutions and personal desires interacting to break what should have been an excellent scientific alliance.

  16. Discourses and Policies on Educational Quality in Argentina, 1990-2010

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    Gorostiaga, Jorge M.; Ferreira, Adrian

    2012-01-01

    This article analyses the relationships between different notions of education quality and policies on primary and secondary schools implemented in Argentina during the last two decades. The authors focus on three moments: (1) the emergence of the discussion about quality (at the end of the 1980s) in Latin America and in Argentina; (2) the…

  17. Inflación + desarrollo : La inflación argentina: un enfoque estructural

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    Giacobone, Gabriel; Selva, Rafael A.

    2011-01-01

    Argentina atraviesa un proceso inflacionario de carácter estructural. Esto plantea dos fuertes definiciones: por un lado, el reconocimiento de un proceso de suba generalizada de precios que tiene lugar en Argentina y, por el otro, el de su caracterización como un proceso inseparable del esquema de desarrollo.

  18. 76 FR 5332 - Honey From Argentina: Notice of Initiation of Antidumping Duty New Shipper Review

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    2011-01-31

    .... See Order, 66 FR at 63672. Thus, the antidumping duty order on honey from Argentina has a December... FR 63672 (December 10, 2001) (Order). In accordance with section 751(a)(2)(B) of the Tariff Act of... International Trade Administration Honey From Argentina: Notice of Initiation of Antidumping Duty New...

  19. 77 FR 60105 - Honey From Argentina: Notice of Initiation of Antidumping and Countervailing Duty Changed...

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    ... Argentina, 66 FR 63672 (December 10, 2001) (AD Order). See also Notice of Countervailing Duty Order: Honey from Argentina, 66 FR 63673 (December 10, 2001) (CVD Order), (collectively, Orders). \\2\\ See Letter... Not to Revoke, In Part, 73 FR 60241, 60242 (October 10, 2008), unchanged in Certain Orange Juice...

  20. 76 FR 74044 - Honey From Argentina: Final Results of Antidumping Duty New Shipper Review

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    ... Honey From Argentina: Preliminary Results of Antidumping Duty New Shipper Review, 76 FR 54202 (August 31... Antidumping and Countervailing Duty Proceedings: Assessment of Antidumping Duties, 68 FR 23954 (May 6, 2003... International Trade Administration Honey From Argentina: Final Results of Antidumping Duty New Shipper...

  1. 77 FR 4763 - Honey From Argentina: Notice of Initiation of Antidumping Duty New Shipper Review

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    2012-01-31

    .... See Order, 66 FR at 63672. Thus, the antidumping duty order on honey from Argentina has a December... FR 63672 (December 10, 2001) (Order). In accordance with section 751(a)(2)(B) of the Tariff Act of... International Trade Administration Honey From Argentina: Notice of Initiation of Antidumping Duty New...

  2. 76 FR 29192 - Honey From Argentina: Final Results of Antidumping Duty Administrative Review

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    2011-05-20

    ... established in the LTFV investigation. See Notice of Antidumping Duty Order; Honey From Argentina, 66 FR 63672... Argentina: Preliminary Results of Antidumping Duty Administrative Review, 76 FR 2655 (January 14, 2011... to the Tariff Act of 1930, As Amended, 70 FR 24533 (May 10, 2005). Period of Review The POR...

  3. A new species of Tribonium Saussure, 1862 from the Province of Misiones, Argentina (Blattaria, Blaberidae, Zetoborinae).

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    Crespo, Francisco Antonio; Valverde, Alejandra Del Carmen; Iglesias, Mónica Sandra

    2015-01-01

    Tribonium rothi sp. n. is described from Argentina, whereas T. neospectrum and T. conspersum are recorded for the first time for that country, and their genitalia is redescribed. Femur and tibial spine armature are given and Tribonium is compared with Schistopeltis. A key to identify species of the genus Tribonium recorded in Argentina is provided. PMID:25947457

  4. 78 FR 48145 - Lemon Juice From Argentina: Continuation of Suspended Antidumping Duty Investigation

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    2013-08-07

    ..., 77 FR 45589 (August 1, 2012) and [Investigation Nos. 731-TA-1105-1106 (Review)] Lemon Juice from... Lemon Juice from Argentina, 78 FR 46610 (August 1, 2013). Therefore, pursuant to section 351.218(f)(4... Antidumping Duty Investigation: Lemon Juice From Argentina, 72 FR 53991 (September 21, 2007). Pursuant...

  5. The Influence of Positivism in the Nineteenth Century Astronomy in Argentina

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    Santilli, Haydee; Cornejo, Jorge Norberto

    2013-01-01

    In this paper we analyze the influence of positivism in Argentina astronomical culture in the nineteenth century. We did the analysis from two dimensions, scientific knowledge development and science teaching. Because Argentina was a very young country at that time, it was of singular importance, not only the development of scientific knowledge…

  6. First report of the Q biotype of Bemisia tabaci in Argentina and Uruguay

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    Grille, G.; Gauthier, Nathalie; Buenahora, J.; Basso, C; Bonato, Olivier

    2011-01-01

    Bemisia tabaci adults were collected from pepper and melon at different commercial production greenhouses in Argentina and Uruguay. The biotype status of adults was then established using cytochrome oxidase I gene (mtCOI) as molecular marker. Only the Q biotype was found on all plants sampled. This is the first report of the Q biotype in Argentina and Uruguay.

  7. Towards a New Cartography of Curriculum Reform: Reflections on Educational Decentralization in Argentina.

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    Dussel, Ines; Tiramonti, Guillermina; Birgin, Alejandra

    2000-01-01

    States that educational reforms in Argentina have reshaped both school knowledge and institutional patterns of school administration. Analyzes the process of "curriculum reterritorialization" in Argentina, the contradictions and displacements it produces, and the hybrid products that result. Traces reterritorialization through four movements. (CMK)

  8. Legislation and Organization of Radiological Protection in the Republic of Argentina

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    The history of legislation and organization of radiological protection goes hack to 1950 in Argentina. The terms of references of the National Commission of Atomic Energy in Argentina are outlined and the actual organization of the authority is also presented. (author)

  9. Novedades en la Distribución de las Cyatheaceae (Pteridophyta en Argentina Novelties in the distribution of Cyatheaceae (Pteridophyta of Argentina

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    Gonzalo J. Marquez

    2006-12-01

    Full Text Available Cyathea atrovirens (Langsd. & Fisch. Domin se cita por primera vez para la provincia de Corrientes (Argentina. De esta manera se extiende su área de distribución hacia el sudoeste. Además se confirma la presencia de Alsophila odonelliana (Alston M. Lehnert en la provincia de Jujuy (Argentina. En este estudio los caracteres de las esporas resultaron diagnósticos para la determinación genérica de los taxa.Cyathea atrovirens (Langsd. & Fisch. Domin is reported for the first time for Corrientes province (Argentina. Thus, its area of distribution is extended southwest. The presence of Alsophila odonelliana (Alston M. Lehnert is confirmed for Jujuy province (Argentina. In this study the spore features were diagnostic in order to determine these taxa.

  10. Los Ceratopogonidae (Diptera: Culicomorpha del Sistema Serrano de Ventania (Buenos Aires, Argentina The Ceratopogonidae (Diptera: Culicomorphafrom the Sistema Serrano de Ventania (Buenos Aires, Argentina

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    Pablo I. Marino

    2011-12-01

    Full Text Available Se brinda un listado de especies de ceratopogónidos presentes en el Sistema Serrano de Ventania, Buenos Aires, Argentina. Se realizaron seis viajes de estudio y se relevaron nueve sitios de muestreo. Se identificaron 25 especies pertenecientes a ocho géneros, de las cuales sólo Culicoides venezuelensis y Brachypogon (Brachypogon bonaerensis han sido citadas previamente para el área. Ocho especies se registran por primera vez para la provincia de Buenos Aires y una para Argentina.A list of the ceratopogonid species from the Sistema Serrano de Ventania, Buenos Aires, Argentina is presented. Six field trips were carried out sampling nine different localities. Twenty five species of ceratopogonids belonging to eight genera were recorded; only Culicoides venezuelensis and Brachypogon (Brachypogon bonaerensis were known from the area. Eight species are reported for the first time from Buenos Aires province and one from Argentina.

  11. Control of gaseous emissions in central Costanera S.A. of Argentina; Control de emisiones gaseosas en central Costanera S. A. de Argentina

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    Brabenec, Edgardo [Unidad de Negocios Central Costanera, S. A., (Argentina)

    1996-12-31

    A description is presented of the equipment utilized at the Central Costanera, S.A. of Argentina, the requirements and the Environmental Management established for this Power Station, and the Standards and the resolutions and law instruments on Environmental issues. Also it is presented the Environmental Management plan of the Ente Nacional Regulador de Electricidad of Argentina as well as the controls and environmental corrective actions implemented at the Central Costanera, S.A. [Espanol] Se presenta una descripcion del equipo utilizado en la Central Costanera S.A. de Argentina, los requerimientos de gestion ambiental establecidos para esta central y las normas, resoluciones e instrumentos juridicos en materia ambiental. Se presenta ademas el plan de gestion ambiental del Ente Nacional Regulador de la Electricidad de Argentina asi como los controles y acciones correctivas ambientales implantadas en la Central Costanera S. A.

  12. El basamento de la sierra de San Luis: Nuevas evidencias magnéticas y sus implicancias tectónicas The basement of Sierra de San Luis: New magnetic evidence and tectonic implication

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    CJ Chernicoff

    2003-12-01

    Full Text Available Los mapas aeromagnéticos disponibles de las sierras de San Luis y Comechingones en el sector sudoriental de las Sierras Pampeanas de Argentina, permiten examinar las características geológicas y estructurales de las unidades metamórficas e intrusivas del basamento de la región. A través de la aplicación del filtro de continuación ascendente a los datos del campo magnético total reducido al polo, se ha podido observar la configuración profunda de las distintas unidades. Entre ellas se destaca la secuencia supracortical, en parte correspondiente a la Formación San Luis, que permite reconstruir en varios sectores de la región, en algunos casos subaflorante, una importante sucesión de rocas metasedimentarias de hasta 3 km de espesor, que es interpretada como perteneciente a depósitos de una cuenca de antepaís formada con posterioridad a la orogenia pampeana, alrededor de los 530 Ma. Se caracterizan las distintas unidades metamórficas e ígneas a partir de su señal magnética, y sobre esta base se presenta una sección estructural profunda, que sirve de base para proponer la evolución tectónica del basamento de este sector de las Sierras Pampeanas. Éste registra a partir de la orogenia pampeana la instalación de un arco magmático con su respectiva cuenca de trasarco durante el Cámbrico tardío y el Ordovícico temprano, los que son cerrados y deformados durante la colisión del terreno de Cuyania en el Ordovícico medio.The available aeromagnetic maps of the Sierras de San Luis and Comechingones in the south-eastern sector of the Sierras Pampeanas of Argentina, show the geologic and structural characteristics of the metamorphic and intrusive units of the basement of the region. Through the upward continuation filter applied to the magnetic data, it is possible to view the depth to the different units. Among them it stands out the supracrustal sequence partly equivalent to the San Luis Formation, interpreted as foreland basin

  13. Geopolitics representation: Chile and Argentina in southern ice fields

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    Karen Isabel Manzano Itura

    2015-11-01

    Full Text Available Geopolitics, from concept named in 1917 by Rudolf Kjellén has been in continuous evolution until today. Since the incorporation of the representations, the first concept has been of vital importance in different territorial conflicts’ analysis. By means of a geopolitical analysis, the present article intends to understand the geopolitical representations in the area of southern ice fields, the last boundaries issue that still remains in abeyance between Chile and Argentina and how is that both countries have discussed the problem on a basis of representations, in which maps have been the image of each one facing the other, favoring in this way competition between states.

  14. A new species of Smicridea from Argentina (Trichoptera: Hydropsychidae

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    Julieta V. SGANGA

    2005-01-01

    Full Text Available Se describen el macho y la hembra de una especie nueva de Smicridea (Rhyacophylax Müller (Hydropsychidae: Smicrideinae, recolectados cerca del Parque Nacional El Palmar, provincia de Entre Ríos, Argentina. Los machos se caracterizan por la presencia de tres puntas en el ápice del falo, una dorsal y dos laterales, y dos ganchos internos. La hembras se distinguen fácil- mente por las características de la vagina y de la placa interna.

  15. Why does private school enrollment grow? Evidence from Argentina

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    Mariano Narodowski

    2015-12-01

    Full Text Available During the second half of the twentieth century, a process of privatization took place in the Argentine education system. This paper seeks to explain the growth of private enrollments in Argentina over the last years. Drawing on the concept of quasi-monopoly, we run a random-effects estimation on panel data to analyze the determinants of the complex (and dynamic equilibrium between public and private education supply. It is observed that the behavior of both sectors is explained by (1 the incorporation of new students to the education system, (2 the State action regulating and financing, and (3 the general socioeconomic conditions.

  16. Biodiversity of Myxomycetes from the Monte Desert of Argentina

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    Lado, C.; Wrigley de Basanta, D.; Estrada-Torres, A.

    2011-01-01

    A biodiversity survey for myxomycetes was carried out in the Monte Desert (Argentina) and surrounding areas in November 2006 and late February and March 2007. Specimens were collected in seven different provinces (Catamarca, Jujuy, La Rioja, Salta, San Juan, San Luis and Tucumán), between 23º and 33º S latitude, and a total of 105 localities were sampled. Cacti and succulent plants were the most common type of substrate investigated, but shrubs and herbs characteristic of this biome were also...

  17. Comportamiento de poblaciones argentinas de Diuraphis noxia Kurdjumov (Hemiptera: Aphididae)

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    Ricci, Mónica

    2012-01-01

    El trigo es uno de los principales cultivos de cereales producidos, consumidos y comercializados mundialmente. Proporciona más del 20% de las calorías y es un alimento básico en el 35% de la población global. La Argentina es uno de los mayores centros de producción de granos del mundo, donde el trigo juega un rol central. Por otro lado, la producción de cebada cervecera ha crecido notablemente en el país en los últimos 20 años por exigencias de mercado. Dada la importancia de dichos cereales ...

  18. Soybean biomass produced in Argentina: Myths and realities

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    Semino, S; Jelsoee, E [Department of Environment, Social and Spatial Change, Roskilde University Universitetsvej 1, DK-4000, Roskilde (Denmark); Paul, H [ECONEXUS, PO Box 1455, Oxford OX4 9BS (United Kingdom); Tomei, J [UCL Energy Institute, Central House, 14 Upper Woburn Place, London, WC1H 0HY (United Kingdom); Joensen, L [Grupo de Reflexion Rural, Rondeau, 812 Marcos Paz, 1727, Provincia de Buenos Aires (Argentina); Monti, M, E-mail: semino@ruc.d, E-mail: stella.semino@mail.d [Direccion de Extension e Investigacion Agropecuaria, Ministerio de la Produccion, Provincia de Santa Fe, Pte Peron y Garay, 6100, Rufino, Provincia de Santa Fe (Argentina)

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    Soybean biomass for biodiesel, produced in Argentina amongst other places, is considered by some to reduce greenhouse gas emissions and mitigate climate change when compared with fossil fuel alternatives. To ensure that the production of biofuels is 'sustainable', EU institutions and national governments are designing certification schemes for the sustainable production of biomass. In this paper, we question the validity of these proposed environmental standards, using the production of Argentine soybean as a case study. We highlight the negative environmental and social impacts of intensive soybean production, and conclude that certification schemes are unlikely to be able to address the detrimental impacts of increased biofuel production and trade.

  19. Local smoke-free policy development in Santa Fe, Argentina

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    Sebrié, Ernesto M.; Glantz, Stanton A.

    2010-01-01

    Objective To describe the process of approval and implementation of a comprehensive smoke-free law in the province of Santa Fe, Argentina, between 2005 and 2009. Methods Review of the Santa Fe smoke-free legislation, articles published in local newspapers and documentation on two lawsuits filed against the law, and interviews with key individuals in Santa Fe. Results Efforts to implement smoke-free policies in Santa Fe began during the 1990s without success, and resumed in 2005 when the provi...

  20. Siting studies for new nuclear power plants in Argentina

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    This paper is a summary of the thesis prepared by the Group of Prospective and Energy Planning of the National Atomic Energy Commission for the 'Specialization on Applications of Nuclear Technology Course' of the Instituto Balseiro in 2007. It describes the evolution of siting studies through time and the main focus worldwide in this type of studies. Then, it makes a brief review of previous siting studies of nuclear power plants conducted in Argentina. It carries out a description of the methodology to conduct a site evaluation for nuclear power plants according to actual international criteria. Finally, it describes the licensing process that follows every site study. (author)

  1. Fuentes de crecimiento en la Argentina: 1960-2000

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    Santiago, Pablo Javier

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    Fuentes de Crecimiento en Argentina: 1960-2000 es un análisis descriptivo del origen inmediato del crecimiento económico de nuestro país, en ese período de estudio, sobre la base de la "Contabilidad del Crecimiento". Se cuantifican los aportes de los factores productivos, Capital y Trabajo, y la Productividad Total de los Factores (PTF), a la vez que se aplica un modelo teórico para describir la tendencia de éste último componente. Los resultados arrojan un sesgo intensivo de crecimiento en e...

  2. Insulina y control de la diabetes en la Argentina

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    Gagliardino, Juan J; José E. Costa Gil; María C Faingold; León Litwak; Graciela V Fuente

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    En la Argentina al igual que en todo el mundo hay una brecha importante entre los conocimientos científicos sobre la diabetes mellitus (DM) y su aplicación en la práctica clínica. El control inadecuado de la DM y los factores de riesgo cardiovascular asociados genera una elevada morbimortalidad y el consecuente aumento de su carga socioeconómica. El diagnóstico tardío, la "inercia prescriptiva", especialmente de insulina, y la educación deficiente de integrantes del equipo de salud y personas...

  3. The peat bogs of Tierra del Fuego, Argentina

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    Rabassa, J.; Coronato, A. [Centro Austral de Investigaciones Cientificas, Ushuaia (Argentina); Roig, C. [Universidad Nacional de la Patagonia, Ushuaia (Argentina). Catedra de Geograffa Fisica

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    The peat bogs and peat deposits of Argentina are briefly described, with emphasis on the island of Tierra del Fuego, where the vast majority of the bogs are concentrated, due to environmental and climatic conditions. The Fuegian bogs are a source of peaty materials, presently used in soil-improving techniques. Further studies are needed to establish other technological possibilities. From the scientific point of view, the Fuegian bogs are outstanding palaeoclimatic and palaeoenvironmental data banks, due to their uninterrupted continuity since Late Glacial times and their exceptional pollen record and subfossil wood remains. (orig.) (9 refs.)

  4. Migration AND Development in Post-Totalitarian Argentina

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    Teodora-Maria Daghie

    2015-08-01

    Full Text Available This paper aims to analyse the migration issues in Argentina, as they are perceived through the lenses of the European Union. Argentine society has faced capital changes in the past twenty years, going from a militarist regime to market economy and liberal democracy. All these have culminated with a profound economic crisis at the beginning of the years 2000, changing perceptions and creating new social patterns. Even though Argentine was since its creation a nation of immigrants, in the latest years this has become a sensitive issue. Deteriorating economic factors gave birth to an anti-immigration wave and to an emigration phenomenon.

  5. Argentina's operator support systems in nuclear power plants

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    The development of operator support systems for nuclear power plants started in Argentina a few years ago. Four systems are at present deployed or under development. The participation of utility personnel in the co-ordinated research program has helped in revising the current experience and in selecting and specifying the systems to be developed and the resources needed for their implementation. Main efforts will be aimed to the selection of those systems that can be more easily implemented, to improve the data retrieval and handling, to develop diverse supplies of software products and to promote the understanding of support systems among the potential end users. (author). 12 refs

  6. Business Cycle Accounting for Argentina Utilizing Capital Utilization

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    Tiago Cavalcanti; Pedro Elosegui; George McCandless; Emilio Blanco

    2008-01-01

    We use a variation on the business cycle accounting method of Chari, Kehoe and McGrattan (CKM) to study the business cycle in Argentina from 1972 to 2006. The method uses real data together with the equilibrium conditions of a prototype growth model to measure four wedges that are explained by the variables of the model. These wedges can be viewed as distortions from a perfectly competitive economy and represent the result of a set of policies and institutions which affect productivity and fa...

  7. Argentina-Paraguay: una relación especial

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    Tini, María Natalia

    2003-01-01

    El presente trabajo el cual busca analizar las relaciones de Argentina y Paraguay en el marco del contexto regional que se vislumbra en la región a partir de la década del noventa. En primer término, el mismo hace referencia a los antecedentes históricos que hacen a esta relación, de manera de ver si luego se repiten las mismas constantes a través de la historia. La segunda parte, se centra a partir de la década del 90, teniendo en cuenta que para este momento, la construcción del bloque regi...

  8. Argentina, regional training center on radiation protection for Latin America

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    Argentina has an extensive background in education and training on Radiation Protection. Since the beginning of the nuclear activity in the country, prominence was given to the aspects related to radiation protection and training of the personnel involved in the use of ionizing radiation. These educative activities have been delivered for more than 50 years, having accumulated an important experience in the field. The Nuclear Regulatory Authority has the statutory obligation to address, among other matters, the control of the aspects of nuclear safety and radiation protection on the whole country, to protect the people of the harmful effects of ionizing radiation resulting from the nuclear activities. This includes the responsibility to develop and enforce the regulations, standards and other requirements, particularly, establishing the requests and promoting activities regarding education and training on radiation protection. Argentina, currently through the Nuclear Regulatory Authority, has performed postgraduate courses on radiation protection and nuclear safety at inter regional and regional level for 28 years without interruption. This important experience has been valued and exploited to form a Regional Center on Education and Training for Latin America and the Caribbean, sponsored by the International Atomic Energy Agency. The Regional Center that in fact has been running in Argentina, trained 404 foreign participants and 327 local participants since 1980, totalizing 731 graduates from our annual post graduate courses. Our commitment is that all the effort made in education and training on radiation protection and nuclear safety contributes to a better use of the benefits of nuclear development. Since 2001 the International Atomic Energy Agency raised the need to develop plans and establish agreements to ensure a long-term sustainability of the education and training programs, allowing a better use of the resources in this area. In order to achieve this goal

  9. Quality control in radioimmunoassay for Argentina, Chile, Paraguay and Uruguay

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    The purpose of this project was the development of an External Quality Control Programme on Radioimmunoassay among laboratories from Argentina and other Latinoamerican countries. The purpose of this programme was to improve the performance of the participating laboratories in order to increase the diagnostic value of patient results. The number of returns of this programme (Buenos Aires I) were compared against those of the previous one (Programme I) (Contract 2737/RB) to determine if the objectives were fulfilled. The preparation of the samples and the evaluation of the results of the first six samples were analyzed in the progress report sent on December 30th, 1983 and were reanalysed including late results

  10. La lucha contra el lavado de dinero en Argentina

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    Montagna, Carolina

    2009-01-01

    El objetivo de este trabajo es poder brindar al lector una apreciación sobre todos los aspectos que hacen al lavado de dinero en nuestro país, tomando como referencia el año 2007 y 2008. Para abordar el tema partiremos de una breve reseña histórica y luego nos abocaremos a la normativa vigente desde el año 2000. Para ello describiremos las normas internacionales que la Argentina está comprometida a cumplir y desarrollaremos las obligaciones impuestas por la ley 25.246 a l...

  11. Economic analysis of management factors in milk production (Argentina)

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    García Martínez, Antón Rafael; Schilder, E.; Reyes López, J.; Rodríguez Alcaide, J.J.; Martos Peinado, José; Sánchez Bilbao, J.C.; Galetto, A.

    1995-01-01

    El presente trabajo analiza la influencia del tacto rectal TA, control de mamitis CM y eliminación de primeros chorros EC en la producción diaria por vaca de la Cuenca Central Santafesina (Argentina). Se cuantifican las pérdidas de no realizar tacto rectal, control de mamitis y eliminación de primeros chorros. Dichos factores inciden un 28,95 p. 100 en la producción. El cambio de técnica puede suponer unos ingresos adicionales de 10000 dólares.

  12. The scientific impact of Einstein's visit to Argentina, in 1925

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    Gangui, Alejandro

    2016-01-01

    The arrival of Albert Einstein in Argentina in 1925 had an impact, equally relevant, on the scientific community and on the general public. In this paper we discuss that visit from three different perspectives. Firstly, we consider the conditions that allowed for such visit to be possible. Then we focus on the institutional actors that facilitated it, as well as on the expertise and written references on topics related to relativity theory circulating at the time in the local community. In the last section we consider the implications of that visit for the local scientific environment.

  13. New hosts and localities for helminths of carnivores in Argentina.

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    Moleón, María Soledad; Kinsella, John Mike; Moreno, Pablo Gastón; Ferreyra, Hebe Del Valle; Pereira, Javier; Pía, Mónica; Beldomenico, Pablo Martín

    2015-01-01

    A total of 111 samples (43 faeces and 79 gastrointestinal tracts) of 14 wild carnivore species from 12 Argentine provinces were analyzed. Helminth eggs were identified in 73% of the faecal samples and adult worms were recovered from 81% of the gastrointestinal tracts. We found 19 helminth species. Among the most frequent findings were parasites of domestic carnivores, namely Toxocara canis, Toxocara cati, Toxascaris leonina, Ancylostoma caninum, Ancylostoma tubaeforme and Uncinaria stenocephala. In addition, new hosts are reported for 6 nematode species and 5 helminth species are recorded for the first time in Argentina: Aonchotheca putorii, Molineus brachiurus, Cyathospirura chevreuxi, Physaloptera praeputialis and Oncicola martini. PMID:26701468

  14. Colombianos en la Argentina comenzando el siglo XXI

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    Duque, Jenny; Raffani, Mariana

    2012-01-01

    Teniendo en cuenta los recientes flujos migratorios que han arribado a la Argentina, llama la atención la creciente ola de inmigrantes colombianos en esta última década, sin dejar de lado la fuerte presencia de los ciudadanos provenientes de Europa, de los países limítrofes y de Perú. Además de analizar estas dos últimas inmigraciones desde la inclusión económica, política y cultural, y el proceso de transculturalidad, se observa también la trasformación de la política inmigratoria y algunos ...

  15. Thirty Years of the HIV/AIDS Epidemic in Argentina

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    Lavadenz, Fernando; Pantanali, Carla; Zeballos, Eliana

    2015-01-01

    This book delves into the combination of factors that make Argentina a success story in combating HIV/AIDS. It analyzes the national and inter-provincial burden of disease, the demographics of new HIV cases, the demand and supply-sides of service delivery, and conducts a cost-benefit analysis of the Argentine National HIV/AIDS Program from 2000 to 2010. This book will be of interest to those who wish to examine key programmatic innovations that have been essential to Argentina’s success i...

  16. Dosimetric itercomparison programme for Co-60 therapy units in Argentina

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    Thermoluminescence dosimeters (TLD) are widely used to verify absorbed dose delivered from radiation therapy beams. The Regional Reference Center (RRC) for Dosimetry of Argentina uses TLD for its mailed dose intercomparison programme for cobalt 60 radiation therapy units. Results obtained since 1978 as well as causes of dose discrepancies greater than 5% are analyzed. Results of the external quality control performed by the IAEA for this programme indicate that the dose evaluated by the RRC TLD service for the participating centers is about 1% lower than that evaluated by the IAEA TLD service. This deviation is accepted taking into account that a ± 2% dose uncertainty for TLD dosimetry is reasonable. (author)

  17. Sistema bancario y de producción en Argentina

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    Víctor Fernández; Carolina Lauxmann; Julio Tealdo

    2012-01-01

    Los cambios macroeconómicos en la Argentina posteriores a la crisis 2001 abrieron un interesante escenario para indagar si las formas de valorización financiera del capital imperantes durante los años noventa han podido ser reemplazadas por formas acumulativas ligadas a la inversión productiva. Trabajando con el concepto de Sistema Social de Producción (ssp), y su adaptación para su uso en escenarios periféricos, y advirtiendo la importancia que adquiere el Sistema Financiero en dicho sistema...

  18. DEUDA EXTERNA Y DEUDA PÚBLICA SUSTENTABLES EN ARGENTINA

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    2011-01-01

    Las propuestas de solución de un problema estructural tan grave como el de la deuda externa de los países del Sur en general y de la Argentina en particular no debería ser algo de exclusiva responsabilidad de los gobiernos.Esto significa que todos los estamentos de la sociedad civil deben asumir su responsabilidad en construir una opinión pública sobre qué hacer frente al problema de la deuda externa, porque será el conjunto social el que se beneficiará de una correcta solución de este proble...

  19. The origins and professionalization of cognitive psychotherapy in Argentina.

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    Korman, Guido Pablo; Viotti, Nicolás; Garay, Cristian Javier

    2015-05-01

    The growing popularity of cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT) has helped reshape the mental health scene in the city of Buenos Aires, historically the stronghold of psychoanalysis. In the early 1980s, CBT was infrequently used and sometimes overtly resisted in the field of mental health. Almost 3 decades later, the impact of CBT has increased dramatically in Argentina, not only in independent practice but also in the health system and in everyday life. This article aims to describe the process by which Argentine psychotherapists first adopted this new theoretical framework. PMID:26120921

  20. Hydatidosis in the province of La Pampa, Argentina, 1998. Hidatidosis en la provincia de La Pampa, Argentina, 1998

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    Roberto Lamberti; Claudio Calvo; Arian Pombar; Lilia Gino; Emiliano Alvarez E.; Carlos Aguado; Edmundo Larrieu

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    Echinococcus granulosus is the agent that causes the classical hydatidosis or cystic echinoccosis. The most spread cycle in South America is the sheep-dog cycle, and offers favorable conditions for the development of the parasite. As the province of La Pampa shows an endemic presence with notification of cases and infected dogs, the present work has the aim of contributing to the study of the distribution and prevalence of the disease in the distritc of Maracó, La Pampa, Argentina. Dogs of 36...

  1. Gaultheria nubigena (Ericaceae), una especie rara en la Argentina Gaultheria nubigena (Ericaceae), a rare species in Argentina

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    Paula M. Hermann; Cambi, Viviana N.

    2006-01-01

    A lo largo de los aproximadamente 20 años de colección de material para el estudio del desarrollo floral de Ericaceae en los bosques subantárticos de Argentina, ocho de las nueve especies allí existentes fueron fácilmente encontradas. La excepción fue Gaultheria nubigena . Es una especie rara; cincuenta y dos años pasaron desde su colección en 1952 hasta una más reciente en 2004; en esta oportunidad fue encontrada en una nueva localidad. Se reiniciaron búsquedas durante diciembre de 2005 y en...

  2. Síndrome metabólico en empleados en la Argentina Metabolic syndrome in employees in Argentina

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    Raúl I Coniglio; Jorge Nellem; Roberto Gentili; Norberto Sibechi; Elisa Agusti; Marta Torres

    2009-01-01

    La detección del síndrome metabólico (SM) es útil para identificar individuos en riesgo para la diabetes mellitus tipo 2 y la enfermedad coronaria. Los objetivos de este trabajo fueron describir la prevalencia del síndrome metabólico (SM) en empleados de 40 a 65 años utilizando diferentes definiciones y analizar la relación con el nivel de educación y el sexo, mediante una investigación observacional, transversal y multicéntrica en diferentes regiones de Argentina. Se compararon las definicio...

  3. Comunicación Gestual en la Infancia Temprana: Una Revisión de su Desarrollo, Relación con el Lenguaje e Implicancias de su Intervención Gestural Communication in Early Infancy: A Review of its Development, Relation With Language and Intervention Implications

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    Chamarrita Farkas

    2007-11-01

    Full Text Available El objetivo de este artículo es proveer una revisión actualizada y comprehensiva sobre el desarrollo y funciones de los gestos en la infancia, que apoye la labor de psicólogos, educadores y otros profesionales que investigan o trabajan con bebés y niños pequeños. Existe un creciente cuerpo de evidencias de que los gestos potencian y no obstaculizan el desarrollo del lenguaje. Gestos y lenguaje se desarrollan en forma paralela y comparten habilidades simbólicas subyacentes. Intervenciones educativas en bebés y sus familias fomentan el desarrollo intencionado de la comunicación gestual simbólica. Se revisan los resultados obtenidos en relación a aspectos del lenguaje, cognitivos y socio-afectivos. Se discuten sus implicancias generales y la necesidad de investigación adicional en aspectos específicos.The aim of this article is to provide an actual and comprehensive overview of the development and functions of gesture during childhood, that could support the work of psychologists, educators, and other professionals conducting research or working with babies and toddlers. There is a growing body of evidence that gestures enhances, not hinders, language development. Gesture and language development parallels each other and share underlying symbolic abilities. Educational interventions in babies and their families encourage the intentional development of symbolic gestural communication. Results in relation with language, cognition, and socio-emotional aspects are presented. General implications and needs for additional research on specific aspects are discussed.

  4. Market Report : The air pollution control market in Argentina

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    This report presents some facts about how Canadian companies can work within the many innovative programs designed by the Canadian federal government to facilitate the export of Canadian products and services into the Argentine air pollution control market. As the economy stabilizes in Argentina, more effort is being given to issues of environmental protection and the Argentine government is increasing funding on environmental programs. The country is also strengthening its environmental legislation and increasing enforcement. The Kyoto and Montreal Protocols have brought attention to air quality issues such as climate change, emissions trading, and ozone depleting substances. Several initiatives currently focus on air quality monitoring and data collection since much information has to be gathered on air pollution levels. Emission control equipment for chemical, petrochemical, mining and power sectors are the best prospects for air pollution control, along with monitoring equipment, consulting services and fuel conversion equipment for vehicles and industrial plants. It was noted that there are legal and practical difficulties regarding new contract negotiations in Argentina, particularly with the decline in credit availability. This paper outlined the key factors shaping market growth. Most opportunities lies with projects funded by international financial institutions. The report includes a section on international competition, and the Canadian position for both private- and public-sector companies. A section on market logistics focused on issues such as direct sales, import regulations, and export credit risks. It is recommended that companies interested in the Argentine market contact the Embassy in Buenos Aires for information. refs., tabs

  5. Angioedema hereditario: Tratamiento del ataque agudo en la Argentina

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    Alejandro Malbrán

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    Full Text Available En el mundo, el angioedema hereditario (HAE afecta a 1 de cada 50 000 personas. Produce episodios de angioedema cutáneo, abdominal y laríngeos que generan gran incapacidad. La mortalidad por la enfermedad oscila entre 15 y 50%. Aunque en Argentina un concentrado plasmático de C1 inhibidor (pdC1INH ha estado aprobado y disponible por décadas para el tratamiento del ataque agudo, solo 15 (26% de 58 pacientes había recibido pdC1INH alguna vez hasta el año 2008, y solo 2(3.4% lo usaban regularmente. Luego de la aprobación de los nuevos medicamentos para HAE, incluido el icatibant en Argentina y de la publicación de las guías terapéuticas, 42 (82% de 51 pacientes del grupo original tienen pdC1INH para tratar el próximo ataque. Sin embargo, 16 (18% de estos pacientes continúan sin acceso a la medicación y otros 15 (35.7% acceden a través de otro enfermo en forma espuria. Solo 12 (28.6% de los pacientes con el medicamento puede auto tratarse en su domicilio. La mejora en el acceso a la medicación es importante pero debe extenderse a todos los afectados y facilitarse el auto-tratamiento.

  6. Innovative practices in Psychiatry. Argentina, 1960-1970

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    Aida Alejandra Golcman

    2012-09-01

    Full Text Available The paper analyzes innovative psychiatric practices that took place in Argentina during the sixties and seventies at the Hospital Jose Esteves in the province of Buenos Aires. Objective: To present the coexistence of different paradigms related to mental health in the same institution and to analyze the complexities generated by this scenario. Methodology: This study uses primary sources in the form of medical records of patients admitted to the hospital between 1960 and 1979. The medical records were cross-referenced with publications of newspapers and magazines of the time. Results: The analysis shows that the political environment during the era of military dictatorship —characterized by ideological persecution and the inhibition of political expression— influenced the development of innovative psychiatric practices. At the same time, instances of anti-Semitism and ideological persecution among health workers affected therapeutic approaches. Conclusions: While the introduction of innovative practices in mental health led to some resistance among the more orthodox psychiatrists, the presence of different paradigms shows a plan, both political and professional, to transform psychiatry and admission policy in Argentina.

  7. La educación en la Argentina actual

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    Guillermo Jaim Etcheverry

    2000-01-01

    Full Text Available La Argentina atraviesa una seria crisis educativa que se pone de manifiesto en la cantidad de personas educadas con las que cuenta así como en la calidad de los conocimientos que demuestran poseer quienes han pasado por el sistema educativo. Este trabajo se inicia con un análisis de la actitud social ante la educación, destacando la conformidad generalizada de los padres con la educación que reciben sus hijos. Paradójicamente, de acuerdo con todas las evaluaciones realizadas, aquella presenta graves deficiencias. Asimismo, se comentan resultados de estudios que demuestran una caída en la calidad de la educación, evaluada al completar la ensenanza media, en el lapso comprendido entre 1970 y 1995. Después de establecer comparaciones con la situación de otros países, se formulan algunas observaciones generales en relación con el papel que desempeña la dirigencia social en la génesis y el mantenimiento de la crisis educativa que atraviesa el país. Superarla constituye una cuestión de trascendental importancia para el futuro, no sólo económico, sino también social y políticó de la Argentina

  8. Occupational radiation exposures at radioactive and nuclear facilities in Argentina

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    This paper presents an evaluation of occupational radiation exposures at relevant radioactive and nuclear facilities in Argentina, for 1996. The facilities send this information to the Nuclear Regulatory Authority due to the requirements included in their operation licenses and authorizations. Dose distributions of 1891 workers and their parameters are presented. The analysis is performed for each type of the following practices: nuclear power plants, research reactors, radioisotope production, fuel fabrication, industrial irradiation and research in the nuclear fuel cycle. Trends of occupational exposure in different practices are analysed and the highest doses have been identified. Following the 1990 recommendations of the International Commission on Radiological Protection (ICRP 60), the Nuclear Regulatory Authority of Argentina updated the dose limits for workers in 1995. The individual dose limits are 20 mSv per year averaged over five consecutive years (100 mSv in 5 years), not exceeding 50 mSv in a single year. To evaluate the occupational radiation exposure trend, without taking into account practices, an analysis of the distribution of individual doses accumulated in the period 1995/96, for all workers, is performed. Individual doses received during 1996 were all below 50 mSv and doses accumulated in the period 1995/96 were below 100 mSv. (author). 7 refs., 16 figs., 5 tabs

  9. Root proliferation in native perennial grasses of arid Patagonia, Argentina

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    Yanina A. TORRES; Mara M. MUJICA; Sandra S. BAIONI; Jos ENTO; Mara N. FIORETTI; Guillermo TUCAT; Carlos A. BUSSO; Oscar A. MONTENEGRO; Leticia ITHURRART; Hugo D. GIORGETTI; Gustavo RODRGUEZ; Diego BENTIVEGNA; Roberto E. BREVEDAN; Osvaldo A. FERNNDEZ

    2014-01-01

    Pappophorum vaginatum is the most abundant C4 perennial grass desirable to livestock in rangelands of northeastern Patagonia, Argentina. We hypothesized that (1) defoliation reduce net primary productivity, and root length density and weight in the native species, and (2) root net primary productivity, and root length density and weight, are greater in P. vaginatum than in the other, less desirable, native species (i.e., Aristida spegazzinii, A. subulata and Sporobolus cryptandrus). Plants of all species were either exposed or not to a severe defoliation twice a year during two growing seasons. Root proliferation was measured using the cylinder method. Cylindrical, iron structures, wrapped up using nylon mesh, were buried diagonally from the periphery to the center on individual plants. These structures, initially filled with soil without any organic residue, were dug up from the soil on 25 April 2008, after two successive defoliations in mid-spring 2007. During the second growing season (2008-2009), cylinders were destructively harvested on 4 April 2009, after one or two defoliations in mid-and/or late-spring, respectively. Roots grown into the cylinders were obtained after washing the soil manually. Defoliation during two successive years did reduce the study variables only after plants of all species were defoliated twice, which supported the first hypothesis. The greater root net primary productivity, root length den-sity and weight in P. vaginatum than in the other native species, in support of the second hypothesis, could help to explain its greater abundance in rangelands of Argentina.

  10. Impact of new environmental and safety regulations in Argentina

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    Mining and processing of uranium ore has been carried out since the early fifties at several locations in Argentina. For the purpose of this presentation only the Malargue Complex will be discussed. The second facility that will be discussed is the Cordoba Complex where uranium oxide is being produced. Since 1986, the Malargue Complex is no longer in operation and is in the process of being decommissioned and rehabilitated. Both facilities are owned and operated by the Government's Comision Nacional de Energia Atomica (CNEA). Two Government agencies are responsible for the implementation of the newly established Nuclear Law (Ley Nuclear), the Comision Nacional de Energia Atomica and the Autoridad Regulatoria Nuclear (ARN). The new law follows well established international standards for radiological safety. Furthermore, any mining operation in Argentina is also governed by the country's established Mining Code. Under these regulations any new proposals will have to submit environmental impact assessments and the required public hearings before it can be approved. Thus avoiding past mistakes where practically no precautions were taken during the planning or operation stages. (author)

  11. Present and Future Activities on Neutron Imaging in Argentina

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    Tartaglione, Aureliano; Blostein, Jerónimo; Cantargi, Florencia; Marín, Julio; Baruj, Alberto; Meyer, Gabriel; Santisteban, Javier; Sánchez, Fernando

    We present here a short review of the main work which has been done in the latest years in neutron imaging in Argentina, and the future plans for the development of this technique in the country, mainly focused in the design of a new neutron imaging instrument to be installed in the future research reactor RA10. We present here the results of the implementation of the technique in samples belonging to the Argentinean cultural heritage and experiments related with hydrogen storage. At the same time, the Argentinean RA10 project for the design and construction of a 30 MW multipurpose research reactor is rapidly progressing. It started to be designed by the National Atomic Energy Commission (CNEA) and the technology company INVAP SE, both from Argentina, in June 2010. The construction will start in the beginning of 2015 in the Ezeiza Atomic Center, at 36 km from Buenos Aires City, and is expected to be finished by 2020. One of the main aims of the project is to offer to the Argentinean scientific and technology system new capabilities based on neutron techniques. We present here the conceptual design of a neutron imaging facility which will use one of the cold neutron beams, and will be installed in the reactor hall. Preliminary simulation results show that at the farthest detection position, at about 17 m from the cold source, a uniform neutron beam on a detection screen with an intensity of about 108 n/cm2/s is expected.

  12. Transmission pricing and expansion methodology: lessons from Argentina

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    This paper focuses on the pricing of electric transmission service in Argentina and on the mechanisms for expanding the transmission system as of late 1998. We also discuss the pricing of energy and generating capacity, since locational differences in their prices constitute charges for transmission service. We find that the methods in place for pricing transmission service are, in the main, consistent with the principles of efficient pricing but that the incentives and mechanisms established for expanding transmission are deficient in some respects. Most notable is the failure to provide for transmission rights, given the system's heavy reliance on user-driven expansion. We find that Argentina can improve upon its pioneering effort to implement user-driven expansion and indeed is exploring ways to do so. The most important tasks are to investigate (a) whether a system of financial transmission rights can be made to work as part of the process of user-driven expansion and (b) whether a backstop role for centrally planned expansion can be preserved without inhibiting or preempting the user-driven process. (author)

  13. [Excess weight and disability among the elderly in Argentina].

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    Monteverde, Malena

    2015-12-01

    The aim of this paper is to analyze the relationship between excess weight and the condition of disability among elderly people in Argentina and to assess the extent to which a protective factor could be operating that reduces or mitigates the effect of overweight on the loss of functional skills in people over 64 years of age. In order to do so, microdata from Argentina's 2009 National Survey of Risk Factors [Encuesta Nacional de Factores de Riesgo] was utilized. To measure the association among overweight, obesity and disability status, as well as the interaction of weight status and age, logistic regression models were estimated. The results indicate that although overweight and obesity have a positive net effect on the occurrence of disabilities, this effect is lower among people 64 years of age and older. This result could be suggesting that among older people a protective factor is at work that, while not reversing the direct relationship between excess weight and disability, seems to attenuate it. PMID:26676594

  14. Conservative litigation against sexual and reproductive health policies in Argentina.

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    Peñas Defago, María Angélica; Morán Faúndes, José Manuel

    2014-11-01

    In Argentina, campaigns for the recognition of sexual and reproductive rights have sparked opposition through litigation in which the dynamics of legal action have come from self-proclaimed "pro-life" NGOs, particularly since 1998, when the conservative NGO Portal de Belén successfully achieved the banning of emergency contraception through the courts. The activities of these groups, acting as a "civil arm" of religion, are focused primarily on obstructing access to legally permissible abortions and bringing about the withdrawal of a number of recognized public policies on sexual and reproductive health, particularly the 2002 National Programme for Sexual Health and Responsible Procreation. This paper analyzes the litigation strategies of these conservative NGOs and how their use of the courts in Argentina has changed over the years. It gives examples of efforts in local courts to block individual young women from accessing legal abortion following rape, despite a ruling by the National Supreme Court of Justice in 2012 that no judicial permission is required. In spite of major advances, the renewed influence of the Catholic hierarchy in the Argentine political scene with the accession of the new Pope poses challenges to the work by feminists and women's movements to extend and consolidate sexual and reproductive rights. PMID:25555765

  15. Transmission expansion in Argentina 4: A review of performance

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    In 1992 Argentina's electricity reform provided an innovative approach to transmission expansion. In particular, major expansions were determined by the Public Contest method - that is, by votes of transmission users rather than by the transmission company or the regulatory body - and then put out to competitive tender. This paper reviews the overall performance of that policy. There was substantial new transmission investment, especially in control systems and transformers rather than extra-high-voltage lines: an achievement of the policy lies in making better use of the existing transmission system. The number and value of Public Contest transmission expansion projects were steadily growing over time until Argentina's economic crisis, particularly at sub-transmission level. Transactions costs were not a problem in the Public Contest method: the median number of voters was 5, and the process was generally characterised by harmony between participants rather than by discord. Distribution companies supported rather than obstructed the process, though there was scope to improve the provincial regulatory framework. There was effective competition to build and operate the expansions, with a median of 3 bids for each and the incumbent winning less than one fifth. Such competition roughly halved the cost of new lines. This contrasts with lines built under the present Federal Transmission Plan at two and a half times the previous cost

  16. Research on textbooks in Argentina (2003-2013

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    Carolina Kaufmann

    2014-09-01

    Full Text Available This work aims to make an overview of the School User has Argentina in the decade 2003-2013. For this purpose, an account of the expansion and the progress of the studies focused on school textbooks is given, nourished with the inquiry primarily from the historiographical educational field. Such inquiries relate to subjects who have participated in the development of the discipline as well as in the dissemination of successful productions. The article presents empirical data from the survey of indicators and informations they possess in different academic areas and national academic system. Also, there is a review of the development of the thematic and methodological predilections in the production environment. Moreover, the article gives an account of the landmarks and progress in the area and identifies the new challenges facing the research on school textbooks. The objectives of this work are: show evidence of original contributions of scientific research in the academic area and find elements of connection between the studies of the school texts in the Latin American countries and European. How to reference this article Kaufmann, C. (2015. Manualística Escolar en Argentina (2003-2013. Espacio, Tiempo y Educación, 2(1, pp. 69-95. doi: http://dx.doi.org/10.14516/ete.2015.002.001.005

  17. ESTUDANTES E PROFESSORES NA UNIVERSIDADE ARGENTINA EM TEMPOS MENEMISTAS

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    Mário Luiz Neves de Azevedo

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    Full Text Available Este trabalho tem o propósito de discutir a situação da universidade argentina nos tempos do Presidente Carlos Saúl Menem (1989-1999. O balizamento histórico na gestão menemista se deve ao fato de este governo ter iniciado várias reformas de corte liberalortodoxo, afetando substancialmente a relação entre a sociedade, o Estado e o Mercado. O marco legal deste tipo de reformismo no sistema de educação superior argentino assenta-se na promulagação da Lei número 24.521, em 20.07.1995. Com o intuito de compreender as implicações das políticas públicas geradas no referido período para o conjunto das universidades argentinas, são apresentados dados e considerações sobre população estudantil, plantel docente, ingresso, evasão, graduação, dedicação exclusiva e o programa de incentivo aos professores pesquisadores.

  18. Energy production study of crops with biofuel potential in Argentina

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    Donato, Lidia; Huerga, Ignacio; Hilbert, Jorge [Instituto Nacional de Tecnologia Agropecuaria (CIA/INTA), Buenos Aires (Argentina). Centro de Investigacion de Agroindustria. Inst. de Ingenieria Rural], Emails: ingdonato@cnia.inta.gov.ar, ihuerga@cnia.inta.gov.ar, hilbert@cnia.inta.gov.ar

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    The present study is focus on the final energy balance of bioenergy production in Argentina using soybean, sunflower, rapeseed, corn and sorghum as feedstocks. The balance considers the difference between the energy contained per unit and the amount used for its generation in all the different steps from sowing to final destination. For direct energy consumption Costo Maq software was employed using local fuel consumption forecast for each field labor. Particular attention is paid to the energy consumption in the agricultural steps considering the distinctive no till system spread out in Argentina that has a very low energy input. Direct and indirect energy were considered in the different steps of bioethanol and biodiesel generation. Industrial conversion consumption was based on international literature data. Comparisons were made between tilled and no till practices and considering or not the energy contained in co products. Results indicate a balance ranging from 0.96 to 1.54 not considering the co products. If co products were introduced the balances ranged between 1.09 and 4.67. (author)

  19. Danger on mountain roads, Iglesia Department, San Juan, Argentina

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    This paper is related to Mining Projects at Valle del Cura - Iglesia Department-San Juan Province-Argentina Republic. Basis for an Integrated Management of a Sustainable Mining.It aims at locating and analyzing natural dangers which may interfere high mountain paths, such as climatic, anthropic and/or tectonic factors since they may stop a region development. A hillside, a mountainside,a talus or a slope may have, due to their extensive areas, either lithological or structural variations which might determine the presence of un stability phenomena.The cordillera n Iglesia sector major dangers are related to mass displacement movements as a result of the great quantity of unstable detritus situated in valleys slopes.Landsat images, aerial photographs, topographic and geological maps data allowed to detect several sectors that may generate mass displacement movements, Arroyo de Aguas Negras rising sector was selected because it is on the right of National Route No. 150 trace. It is not only a national, but also an international route that connects Argentina and Chile.(author)

  20. PET in Argentina: A pioneer project in Latin America

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    This report describes in detail the work of planning, installation and operation for the first PET Center in Latin America. Situated in the city of Mendoza -1100 km west from Buenos Aires-, today it still represents a major challenge given the general infrastructure conditions and limited resources for the region. Our purpose is to share the experience of more than 15 years in this exciting field, so as to encourage and advise on the development of other PET facilities in Argentina and other countries. The interest in Positron Emission Tomography in Argentina dates from the mid-80's, as an early initiative of CNEA (National Atomic Energy Commission) and its associated company INVAP (Applied Research Inc.). However, it almost took a decade to consolidate a working PET center at the Nuclear Medicine School Foundation in Mendoza (FUESMEN), and to develop its main constituents: radionuclide production, radiochemistry lab and scanning unit. Such areas are integrated by a multidisciplinary team of physicists, engineers, radiochemists, technologists and nuclear medicine physicians

  1. Under the rainbow : the Civil Union Law and sexual minority activism in Buenos Aires, Argentina

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    2008-01-01

    The subject of this thesis is the implementation of the Civil Union Law in Buenos Aires, Argentina. The law was the first one in Latin America to recognize same-sex couples. The law is a result of changing conceptions of homosexuality in Argentina during the last few decades. In this time period Argentina has made the transition from an oppressive dictatorship to democracy. Argentina’s recent history has brought about a public awareness about human rights and the AIDS epidemic generated a pub...

  2. A review of hymenopterous parasitoid guilds attacking Anastrepha spp. and Ceratitis capitata (Diptera: Tephritidae) in Argentina

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    Ovruski, Sergio M.; Orono, Luis E.; Nunez-Campero, Segundo; Schliserman, Pablo; Albornoz-Medina, Patricia; Bezdjian, Laura P.; Nieuwenhove, Guido A. Van; Martin, Cristina B. [Consejo Nacional de Investigaciones Cientificas y Tecnicas (CONICET), Tucuman (Argentina). Planta Piloto de Procesos Industriales Microbiologicos y Biotecnologia. Div. Control Biologico de Plagas

    2006-07-01

    This study provides detailed information on the diversity, abundance, guilds, host plant and host fly ranges, distribution, and taxonomic status of hymenopterous parasitoid species associated with Ceratitis capitata (Wiedemann) and Anastrepha spp. (A. fraterculus (Wiedemann) and A. schultzi Blanchard) in Argentina. Moreover, the article also argues future needs regarding the use of some parasitoid species as an alternative tool in fruit fly management programs of the National Fruit Fly Control and Eradication Program (PROCEM-Argentina). Data used for this work were obtained from numerous old and recent published articles on fruit fly parasitoids in Argentina. (author)

  3. CONTRIBUCION AL CONOCIMIENTO DEL GENERO CLADONIA (CLADONIACEAE-LIQUENES DE ARGENTINA Y REGIONES LIMITROFES

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    Lidia I. Ferraro

    2010-11-01

    Full Text Available Cladonia subradiata (Vain. Sandst. se reporta como nueva para la Argentina y Paraguay, C.turgidior (Nyl. Ahti a la Argentina, y C.peziziform, es (With. Laundon a Paraguay. Cladonia ramulosa (With. Laundon y C.humilis (With. Laundon se reporta por primera vez desde el norte de ArgentinaCinco especies de Cladonia son ahora reconocidos en la provincia de Corrientes; se proporciona una clave e ilustraciones

  4. A review of hymenopterous parasitoid guilds attacking Anastrepha spp. and Ceratitis capitata (Diptera: Tephritidae) in Argentina

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    This study provides detailed information on the diversity, abundance, guilds, host plant and host fly ranges, distribution, and taxonomic status of hymenopterous parasitoid species associated with Ceratitis capitata (Wiedemann) and Anastrepha spp. (A. fraterculus (Wiedemann) and A. schultzi Blanchard) in Argentina. Moreover, the article also argues future needs regarding the use of some parasitoid species as an alternative tool in fruit fly management programs of the National Fruit Fly Control and Eradication Program (PROCEM-Argentina). Data used for this work were obtained from numerous old and recent published articles on fruit fly parasitoids in Argentina. (author)

  5. A snapshot of environmental iodine and selenium in La Pampa and San Juan provinces of Argentina

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    Watts, MJ; O'Reilly, J; Maricelli, A; Coleman, A.; Ander, EL; Ward, NI

    2010-01-01

    Soil and water samples were collected from farmsteads and provincial towns across the provinces of La Pampa and San Juan in Argentina. Inductively coupled plasma mass spectrometry was used for the determination of iodine in water following addition of TMAH to 1% v/v and soils extracted with 5% TMAH. Iodine in agricultural soils was in the range of 1.3–20.9 mg/kg in La Pampa located in central Argentina and 0.1–10.5 mg/kg in San Juan located in the northwest Andean region of Argentina, compare...

  6. Reseña del ciclo Escuelas Argentinas emitido por Canal Encuentro

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    Trotta, Lucía; Santucci, Claudia

    2010-01-01

    El ciclo Escuelas Argentinas, como el plural de su título lo indica, hace referencia a la diversidad de experiencias educativas. La idea central no consiste en hablar del modelo de escuela argentina tradicional sino de la forma particular que adquiere la institución escuela en cada contexto en el que está inmersa. Escuelas Argentinas consta de dos temporadas con 13 capítulos cada una, de 30 minutos de duración. La producción fue dirigida por Bruno Stagnaro entre los años 2006 y 2008. El ciclo...

  7. Catálogo de hongos gasteroides (Basidiomycota de Catamarca, Argentina Catalogue of gasteroid fungi (Basidiomycota from Catamarca, Argentina

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    María Marta Dios

    2011-06-01

    Full Text Available Se realiza un listado de los hongos gasteroides de la provincia de Catamarca (Argentina basado en la bibliografía hasta abril de 2010. En total aparecen citadas 43 especies distribuidas en 2 órdenes, 4 familias y 13 géneros. El número de especies catalogadas es relativamente baja pero este número probablemente se incremente cuando se estudien las zonas aún no muestreadas como son las regiones fitogeográfícas de la Puna y las Yungas.A compiled check list of gasteroid fungi of Catamarca Province (Argentina was made. It was based on literature records, available until April 2010. There were 43 species of fungi distributed in 2 orders, 4 families and 13 genera. The number of species recorded in this area was relatively poor but it is likely to increase with the study of unexplored areas not yet surveyed as the phytogeographical regions of the Puna and Yungas.

  8. La familia Cryphaeaceae (Bryophyta en los bosques del noroeste de Argentina The family Cryphaeaceae (Bryophyta in the forests of Northwest Argentina

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    Guillermo M Suárez

    2010-06-01

    Full Text Available La familia Cryphaeaceae en los Bosques del Noroeste de Argentina. Se presenta la revisión taxonómica de la familia Cryphaeaceae en los bosques del Noroeste de Argentina (NOA. Se reconocen dos géneros para el NOA, Cryphaea y Schoenobryum. Se registra por primera vez para el país C. apiculata y se amplia el área de distribución de C. patens y C. jamesonii. Cryphaea rhacomitrioides y C. furcinervis se reconocen como dos especies independientes y se conserva a C. lorentziana en Cryphaea. Se presentan descripciones, ilustraciones y mapas de distribución de las especies para el Noroeste de Argentina.A taxonomic revision of the family Cryphaeaceae in the forests of Northwest of Argentina (NWA is presented. Two genera, Cryphaea and Schoenobryum, are accepted in the NW. Cryphaea apiculata is recorded for the first time for the country and, the geographic distribution of C. patens and C. jamesonii is extended. Cryphaea rhacomitriodes and C. furcinervis are recognized as different species and C. lorentziana is conserved in Cryphaea. Descriptions, illustrations and distribution maps of the species for NW of Argentina are provided.

  9. Rincón del Atuel-1 (San Rafael, Mendoza: evidencias arqueológicas e implicancias regionales Rincon Del Atuel-1 (San Rafael, Mendoza: Archaeological Evidence And Regional Implications

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    Adolfo Gil

    2008-12-01

    Full Text Available El sitio Rincón del Atuel 1 (RA-1 fue uno de los primeros estudiado sistemáticamente en los inicios de la arqueología del sur de Mendoza y del que se conocía solo información proveniente de la superficie. Sobre la base de excavaciones recientes se detallan las evidencias arqueológicas del sitio. Asimismo se incorporan datos disponibles de colecciones previas. Sus ocupaciones se registran en los últimos 1500-1700 años AP y mostrarían dos momentos distintos; el más tardío desde hace unos 1000-1200 años AP y el otro desde esa fecha a unos 1500-1700 años AP. El conjunto más tardío se asocia a un suelo y mostraría características de "sitio somero" mientras que el conjunto inferior se relacionaría depositacionalmente con la planicie de inundación del río Atuel por lo que presentaría mejor resolución temporal. El registro arqueobotánico y los valores isotópicos en muestras humanas avalan una dieta mixta de maíz con otras plantas silvestres al menos para el conjunto más antiguo. La evidencia no es concordante con lo esperable para un patrón semi-sedentario o sedentario propuesto previamente para entender las ocupaciones agrícolas del área. Este registro es significativo para comprender la estructura arqueológica en valles fluviales de zonas áridas, y discutir temas como la intensificación regional y el significado de los cultígenos.Rincón del Atuel-1 is an open air archaeological site located in the current alluvial valley of the Atuel River, Mendoza Province (Argentina. The site was studied during the first stage of archaeological research in southern Mendoza. However, only the surface archaeological record was studied and no information was published about the material in stratigraphic context. Recently, excavations were carried out in order to explore issues related to the Late Holocene human occupation. The results presented here show that the site was occupied from 1500-1700 14C years BP until recently (at least ca

  10. Environmental laws for mining activities in Provincia de San Juan (Argentina), gravel mines exploitation

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    This paper analyses San Juan Province - Argentina prevailing environmental legislation for mining activity and gravel mines. The study focuses the subject from a mining engineering point of view. (author)

  11. The Text of the Agreement between the Agency and Argentina Relating to the Application of Safeguards

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    The text of the Agreement between the Agency and Argentina relating to the application of safeguards is reproduced in this document for the information of all Members. The Agreement entered into force on 23 October 1973 pursuant to Section 10.

  12. Solar energy in Argentina: a profile of renewable energy activity in its national context

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    Hawkins, D.

    1981-01-01

    The following subjects are included: the country overview; the energy summary; the geopolitical, economic, and cultural aspects of the Republic of Argentina; the energy profile; and international contacts, manufacturers, and projects. (MHR)

  13. 77 FR 53959 - WTO Dispute Settlement Proceeding Regarding Argentina-Measures Affecting the Importation of Goods

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    2012-09-04

    ... (``Argentina'') under the ] Marrakesh Agreement Establishing the World Trade Organization (``WTO Agreement... the World Trade Organization at www.wto.org . Comments open to public inspection may be viewed at...

  14. Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner. Argentina esileedi sihib abikaasa kohta / Evelyn Kaldoja

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    Kaldoja, Evelyn, 1980-

    2007-01-01

    Ilmunud ka: Postimees : na russkom jazõke 30. okt. lk. 11. Argentina presidendivalimiste kindlaks võitjaks on ajakirjanduse arvates praeguse presidendi abikaasa Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner. Vt. samas: Presidendiproua lähim konkurent on endine iluduskuninganna

  15. Informality and employment quality in Argentina : country case study on labour market segmentation

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    Bertranou, Fabio; Casanova, Luis; Jiménez, Maribel; Jiménez, Mónica

    2014-01-01

    This working paper examines employment quality and labour market segmentation in Argentina. The labour market in the country is marked by heterogeneity; the rate of informal employment is high, though it diminished significantly during the 2003-2011 period.

  16. #biblioteca en Twitter, Twitter en bibliotecas: impacto y aplicaciones de la herramienta en bibliotecas argentinas

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    Vega, Diego Ariel

    2011-01-01

    This research has as main objective analysis of the Twitter microblogging tool to determine the current status and impact, the applicability, usefulness and the potential benefits it could provide a tool, in the field of libraries in Argentina.

  17. Bibliografía Argentina del género Prochilodus (Pisces: Curimatidae).

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    López, Hugo Luis; Bonetto, Argentino A.; Gómez, Sergio Enrique; Protogino, Lucila Cristina

    1993-01-01

    This compilation groups the bibliographic references up to the year 1992 of the species of the genus Prochilodus present in Argentina. A list of the species of the genus inhabiting del Plata basin is presented.

  18. El género Psomophis (Serpentes: colubridae) en la Argentina

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    Scrocchi, Gustavo; Giraudo, Alejandro R.

    1997-01-01

    Se presenta los principales caracteres y la distribución de Psomophis genimaculatus y P. obtusus, las dos especies del género presentes en Argentina. Se discute brevemente la variación de los caracteres con respecto a la descripción original. The taxonomic characters and geographic distribution of the two species of the genus Psomophis presents in Argentina are described. The variation of characters is discussed briefly.

  19. Macroeconomic Adjustment and Structural Change: The Experience of Argentina, Brazil and Chile in 2000-2010

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    Jorge Katz; Gonzalo Bernat

    2013-01-01

    This paper attempts to throw light upon the influence macroeconomic policies have on structural change and microeconomic behaviour. We compare the cases of Chile and Brazil, on the one hand, and Argentina on the other, as these countries opted for different macroeconomic policy regimes. Whereas Chile and Brazil adopted an ‘inflation targeting’ regime, Argentina proceeded on the basis of an administrated exchange rate regime. The main conclusion of our research is that both regimes were incapa...

  20. Same-sex marriage in Argentina : Tolerance and discrimination in political culture

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    Jorge, José Eduardo

    2012-01-01

    The fact of Argentina being one of the first countries to legalize gay marriage has been studied all over the world. A not-so-mentioned cause is that, according to survey data, discriminatory attitudes towards homosexual people decreased noticeable in Argentina since the restoration of democracy in 1983. The evolution of these attitudes, considered as a key indicator of the value of tolerance in any society, suggests that at least some central components of political culture may change as a p...

  1. Best practices in defence of competition in Argentina and Brazil: useful aspects for Central America

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    Petrecolla, Diego

    2007-01-01

    Developing countries with a relatively long expertise in competition policy, such as Argentina and Brazil, may provide a very valuable point of reference for developing countries that have acquired more recently a competition legal and institutional framework. Among the recommendations that can be derived from Argentina and Brazil for other more recent comers to the competition institutional arena are: i) the importance of having a single and independent body in charge of applying the competi...

  2. New Trachysphyrus Haliday (Hymenoptera, Ichneumonidae) in the albomarginatus species group from northwestern Argentina

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    Charles C. Porter

    2009-01-01

    Three new species of the albomarginatus species group of the genus Trachysphyrus (T. fidalgoi, T. riojanus, and T. tmetus) are described from the Subandean Desert (Monte) of Northwest Argentina. A key is given to these and to the five described species also known from Neotropic Argentina in the semiarid Prepuna, Subandino, and Chaco Serrano as well as in such wetter habitats as the Chaco Húmedo and Selva Tucumano-Boliviana (Yungas). Four additional species occur in Neantarctic Chile from Sant...

  3. Tobacco Industry Dominating National Tobacco Policy Making in Argentina, 1966-2005

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    Ernesto M Sebrie; Barnoya, Joaquin; Perez-Stable, Eliseo; Glantz, Stanton A.

    2005-01-01

    EXECUTIVE SUMMARY Argentina accounts for 15% of total tobacco consumption in Latin America and has made the epidemiological transition to an advanced stage in the tobacco epidemic. The Southern Cone region of the Americas leads the hemisphere in tobacco attributable mortality. Argentina is a developing country with economic interests in tobacco growing and rapidly increasing tobacco use in urban areas. In 2000, smoking prevalence was 40.4% among adults- 46.8% of men and 34% of wom...

  4. Introducing Simple Detection of Bioavailable Arsenic at Rafaela (Santa Fe Province, Argentina) Using the ARSOlux Biosensor

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    Konrad Siegfried; Sonja Hahn-Tomer; Andreas Koelsch; Eva Osterwalder; Juergen Mattusch; Hans-Joachim Staerk; Jorge M. Meichtry; De Seta, Graciela E.; Reina, Fernando D.; Cecilia Panigatti; Marta I. Litter; Hauke Harms

    2015-01-01

    Numerous articles have reported the occurrence of arsenic in drinking water in Argentina, and the resulting health effects in severely affected regions of the country. Arsenic in drinking water in Argentina is largely naturally occurring due to elevated background content of the metalloid in volcanic sediments, although, in some regions, mining can contribute. While the origin of arsenic release has been discussed extensively, the problem of drinking water contamination has not yet been solve...

  5. Mineria a cielo abierto versus glaciares en alerta roja en Argentina

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    Bellotti, Mirta Liliana

    2011-01-01

    Sommario: 1. Introduzione. 2. Miniere a cielo aperto. 3. Miniere d'oro a cielo aperto per lisciviazione con cianuro. 4. Il Parlamento europeo ha adottato una risoluzione che richiede un divieto totale di utilizzare cianuro nelle miniere. 5. Miniere a cielo aperto in Argentina. 6. Legge argentina nº 26.639: Regime di presupposti minimi per la conservazione dei ghiacciai e Ambiente periglaciale. 7. Le decisioni del giudice Federale di San Juan impediscono l'applicazione della legge sui ghiaccia...

  6. Los inmigrantes caboverdeanos en la Argentina, una minoría invisible...

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    Maffia, Marta Mercedes

    1993-01-01

    Los caboverdeanos constituyen en Argentina el único grupo de inmigrantes de África negra en el presente siglo. Desde el archipiélago de Cabo Verde, situado a 400 km de la costa africana, frente a Mauritania y Senegal y movilizados fundamentalmente por el hambre y la pobreza extrema, eligen como uno de sus destinos Sudamérica, radicándose en Argentina y Brasil.

  7. Aging, care and social policy. Continuities and changes in Argentina and Mexico

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    María Concepción ARROYO RUEDA

    2015-01-01

    This paper intends to show from a comparative perspective of social policy, the provision of care in old age in Argentina and Mexico. It will also show the experience of the national policy of care in Argentina. In this country we carried out interviews with coordinators, operational personnel and users of the national program of care. The participants identify in the policy a vision of rights and social inclusion of the elderly and effective support for family caregivers. Meanwhile, in the c...

  8. Silent Circulation of St. Louis Encephalitis Virus Prior to an Encephalitis Outbreak in Cordoba, Argentina (2005)

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    Díaz, Luis Adrian; Albrieu Llinás, Guillermo; Vázquez, Ana; Tenorio, Antonio; Contigiani, Marta Silvia

    2012-01-01

    St. Louis encephalitis virus is a complex zoonoses. In 2005, 47 laboratory-confirmed and probable clinical cases of SLEV infection were reported in Córdoba, Argentina. Although the causes of 2005 outbreak remain unknown, they might be related not only to virological factors, but also to ecological and environmental conditions. We hypothesized that one of the factors for SLE reemergence in Córdoba, Argentina, was the introduction of a new SLEV genotype (SLEV genotype III), with no previous act...

  9. Municipal waste management and groundwater contamination processes in Córdoba Province, Argentina

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    Daniel Emilio Martínez; María Laura Gomez

    2010-01-01

    In Coronel Moldes, Argentina, waste management practices consist in municipal waste being tipped directly onto an area of sand dunes at the municipal waste disposal site (MWDS). Moreover, untreated liquid waste from septic tanks and latrines from urban areas are discharged in the same place. This co-disposal waste management is very common in many regions of Argentina and its impact on the groundwater of Coronel Moldes has not been evaluated. The study area is located in the vicinity of a MWD...

  10. Universal service obligations in utility concession contracts and the needs of the poor in Argentina's privatization

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    Chisari, Omar; Estache, Antonio

    1991-01-01

    The authors summarize the main lessons emerging from Argentina's experience, including universal service obligations in concession contracts. They discuss free-riding risks, moral hazard problems, and other issues that arise when social concerns are delegated to private operators. After reporting on Argentina's experience, the authors suggest some guidelines: 1) Anticipate interjurisdictional externalities. Users'mobility makes targeting service obligations difficult. 2) Minimize the risks im...

  11. Routine HIV Testing among Hospitalized Patients in Argentina. Is It Time for a Policy Change?

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    María Eugenia Socías; Laura Hermida; Mariana Singman; Gisela Kulgis; Andrés Díaz Armas; Osvaldo Cando; Omar Sued; Héctor Pérez; Ricardo Hermes; José Luis Presas; Pedro Cahn

    2013-01-01

    INTRODUCTION: The Argentinean AIDS Program estimates that 110,000 persons are living with HIV/AIDS in Argentina. Of those, approximately 40% are unaware of their status, and 30% are diagnosed in advanced stages of immunosuppression. Though studies show that universal HIV screening is cost-effective in settings with HIV prevalence greater than 0.1%, in Argentina, with the exception of antenatal care, HIV testing is always client-initiated. OBJECTIVE: We performed a pilot study to assess the ac...

  12. Borate Deposits of Turkey and Argentina; A Summary and Geological Comparison

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    ALONSO, CAHİT HELVACI & RICARDO N.

    2000-01-01

    Turkey has the largest borate reserves in the world and Argentina is in third place. Both countries have calcium and sodium borate deposits where colemanite, ulexite and borax are the principal minerals. We present here a comparison of the main borate deposits interlayered in continental Miocene volcaniclastic rocks of the Anatolian plateau (Turkey) and those of the Puna high plateau (Argentina). The main borate deposits of Turkey are at Emet, Bigadiç, Kestelek and Kırka. Emet is in the w...

  13. Crisis en la Argentina: una respuesta desde la historia de las bibliotecas públicas

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    Alejandro E. Parada

    2002-01-01

    The author defines and epitomizes the concept of crisis and associates the duration with the likely outcome. States that in 2002 Argentina is in crisis and offers a look at the problem from the Library Science with the question: what tells us the history of public libraries in Argentina during their continuous and endless crisis? To outline some answers presents four Argentine library events occurred in the late colonial period (1794), in the May Revolution (1810-1812), in 1870 with the enact...

  14. Patient–provider perceptions on engagement in HIV care in Argentina

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    Bofill, Lina Margarita; Lopez, Maria; Dorigo, Analia; Bordato, Alejandra; Lucas, Mar; Cabanillas, Graciela Fernandez; Sued, Omar; Cahn, Pedro; Cassetti, Isabel; Weiss, Stephen; Jones, Deborah

    2013-01-01

    Approximately 30% of patients participating in the national antiretroviral therapy (ART) program in Argentina fail to achieve an undetectable viral load, and approximately 25% are not retained in care. This qualitative study was designed to explore and identify factors associated with engagement and retention in public and private health care in Buenos Aires, Argentina. Qualitative data from key informants (n = 12) and focus groups (n = 4 groups) of patients and providers from private and pub...

  15. Argentina; Detailed Assessment of Compliance of Basel Core Principles for Effective Banking Supervision

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    International Monetary Fund

    2012-01-01

    This paper is a detailed assessment of compliance of the Basel Core Principles for effective banking supervision adopted by the Argentinean government. The financial sector in Argentina is dominated by the banking sector, with financial conglomerates managing about 85 percent of banking assets, 78 percent of investment funds, and 32 percent of insurance business. The Executive Board identifies the need for strengthening political and financial independence of the Central Bank of Argentina (BC...

  16. Quaternary basaltic volcanism in the Payenia volcanic province, Argentina

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    Søager, Nina

    The extensive Quaternary volcanism in the Payenia volcanic province, Mendoza, Argentina, is investigated in this study by major and trace element analyses, Sr, Nd, Hf and Pb-isotopic analyses and Zr-Hf isotope dilution data on samples from almost the entire province. The samples are mainly...... basalts from all the studied volcanic fields in Payenia is signs of lower crustal contamination indicating assimilation of, in some cases, large amounts of trace element depleted, mafic, plagioclase-bearing rocks. The northern Payenia is dominated by backarc basalts erupted between late Pliocene to late...... Pleistocene times. These basalts mark the end of a period of shallow subduction of the Nazca slab beneath the Payenia province and volcanism in the Nevado volcanic field apparently followed the downwarping slab in a north-northwest direction ending in the Northern Segment. The northern Payenia basalts are...

  17. Atención Médica en Argentina

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    Susana Belmartino

    2005-01-01

    Full Text Available Este artículo se ocupa de las transformaciones en las formas de financiamiento y provisión de la atención médica producidas a lo largo de la última década en Argentina. La hipótesis remite a una nueva "década perdida" para la atención médica en el país. El énfasis se ubica en el análisis político de las principales relaciones entre actores sociales y actores estatales durante la implementación de la reforma de la atención médica. El enfoque sobre la historia del sistema de servicios procura proporcionar una perspectiva de legado histórico en torno a los procesos involucrados, tomando en cuenta las condiciones particulares del Sector Salud que limitan la capacidad del Estado para regularlo.

  18. Electricity reform in Argentina: Lessons for developing countries

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    Pollitt, Michael [Judge Business School and ESRC Electricity Policy Research Group, University of Cambridge (United Kingdom)

    2008-07-15

    Argentina was one of the first countries in the world to implement a comprehensive reform of its electricity sector. Among developing countries only Chile has had a comparably comprehensive and successful reform. This paper traces the history of the Argentine reform, which began in 1992, and assesses its progress and its lessons. We conclude that the reform was very successful prior to the collapse of the Argentine peso in early 2002. We suggest lessons for the generation, transmission and distribution (and retailing) sectors, as well as the economic regulation of electricity and the general institutional environment. We note that the achievements of the sector have been severely strained by the government's poor energy policy since the crisis. (author)

  19. Taxonomy of the genus Lycalopex (Carnivora: Canidae) in Argentina

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    Zunino, G.E.; Vaccaro, O.B.; Canevari, M.; Gardner, A.L.

    1995-01-01

    Previously treated as species of Pseudalopex, Argentine members of the genus Lycalopex (L. griseus, L. gymnocercus, and L. culpaeus) are examined to clarify the taxonomic status of each named form. Principal components analyses of 26 cranial measurements of 151 adult specimens and 11 pelage characters of 111 specimens, clearly distinguish L. culpaeus from the other two taxa. Lycalopex griseus and L. gymnocercus show clinal variation in cranial measurements and pelage characters. Qualitative cranial characters, used as diagnostic for L. griseus and L. gymnocercus, revealed great nongeographic variation. We conclude that L. griseus and L. gymnocercus are conspecific, and should be known as L. gymnocercus. Therefore, we recognize only two species of the genus Lycalopex (L. culpaeus and L. gymnocercus) in Argentina. We also use this opportunity to review synonymies of the recognized species of Lycalopex.

  20. Academic education and training in Medical Physics in Argentina

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    This work describes the current offer for academic and clinical training in medical physics in Argentina; as well as the specific requirements for professional licensing in some specializations, known as individual national license. Reference is made to current local legislation, highlighting the fact that diagnostic radiology does not include the requirement of medical physicist's compulsory advice. Thus, the labor supply is negligible in this area, to the detriment of the quality of this practice, mainly in terms of radiation protection for patients. Additionally, it is important to highlight the absence of the legal definition of a medical physicist as a health professional in the structure of Health Ministries, which increases disadvantages to those who practice this discipline in public health institutions. Finally, it is noted the absence of doctoral programs in medical physics and its impact on research, development and teaching (author)

  1. Circular structures of Bajada del Diablo (Argentina): geophysical signatures

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    Prezzi, C. B.; Orgeira, M. J.; Martinez, O.; Acevedo, R. D.; Ponce, F.; Goldmann, G.; Magneres, I.; Rabassa, J.

    2016-05-01

    Bajada del Diablo is located in the Northern Patagonian Massif, Chubut, Argentina. The study area includes several circular structures found in Miocene olivine basalts of the Quiñelaf Eruptive Complex and in the Late Pliocene/Early Pleistocene Pampa Sastre conglomerates. An impact origin has been proposed for these circular structures. With the aim of further investigate the proposed impact origin, topographic, gravimetric, magnetic, resistivity, palaeomagnetic and electromagnetic surveys in two circular structures (`8' and `G') located in Pampa Sastre conglomerates and in basalts of the Quiñelaf Eruptive Complex were carried out. The new geophysical results support the hypothesis of an impact origin. However, the confirmation of such an origin through the findings of shock metamorphism evidences and/or the recovery of meteorites remains elusive.

  2. La casa histórica de la independencia argentina

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    Marinsalda, Juan Carlos

    2016-01-01

    La tesis aborda el problema de la patrimonialización de bienes arquitectónicos en la construcción del patrimonio nacional a través del emblemático caso de la Casa Histórica de la Independencia Argentina. El trabajo se orienta a indagar ¿Cómo se articulan la teoría y la práctica arquitectónica, la producción historiográfica y el uso político y social de los discursos en el proceso de patrimonialización de la Casa Histórica de la Independencia como patrimonio monumental de la Nación? La hipótes...

  3. The training of foreign human resources in Argentina

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    The National Atomic Energy Commission (CNEA) has organized in Argentina several training courses and scientific meetings such as inter-regional and regional seminars, symposia and workshops, sponsored by international organizations. In addition, it has accepted a large number of foreign students and scientists sent by those organizations for professional training. These activities have covered a wide range of areas within the nuclear field: the nuclear electrical generation; the various stages of the nuclear fuel cycle from uranium prospecting to fuel manufacture; the production and application of radioisotopes in medicine, biology, veterinary sciences, agriculture, hydrology and industry; the application of ionizing radiation for food preservation and the sterilization of biomedical instruments; radiological protection and nuclear safety, as well as basic and applied scientific and technological research related to nuclear science. Statistics and the description of some of the training courses are given

  4. An option for the management of radioactive waste in Argentina

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    Argentina has an active nuclear program, started in the 50's, which includes two nuclear power plants (NPPs) in operation and one under construction, providing 12% of power generated in the country. Together with eight research reactors, complete facilities at the front and back end of the fuel cycle, such as radioisotope production plants and supporting laboratories in four atomic centers with an extensive research and development (R and D) program and an independent nuclear regulatory authority, constitute the backbone of the country's nuclear activities, employing in total approximately 4500 people. These activities, together with the future decommissioning of nuclear facilities, generate a considerable amount of nuclear waste which needs to be treated properly according to international practices and standards. The safe management of these wastes has being always one of Comision Nacional de Energia Atomica's (CNEA) top priorities. (author)

  5. Research reactors in Argentina and their neutrons applications

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    Argentina has been successfully developing nuclear energy applications for many years. In particular neutron applications have been developed and used in its research reactors and accelerators. The Argentinean Atomic Energy Commission (CNEA) has six Research Reactors, three of them are Critical Assemblies. The main objectives of these Research Reactors in CNEA's strategic plan are: - Personnel education and training for building, start-up, operation and maintenance of Atucha II; - Support for NPP life extension (Embalse, Atucha I); - Neutronic parameters measurements as support of CAREM design project; - 90% production of national radioisotopes utilization for medical purposes; - Neutrongraphy and prompt gamma capture techniques analysis; - Different techniques of BNCT applied to humans and animals; - under and post graduate students education; - training for national and international operators; - Public diffusion about the benefits of nuclear applications; - neutron activation analysis for aero spatial and nuclear industry; - irradiation of national developed and constructed silicide fuel for qualification to export; - RR and NPP instrumentation qualification. (author)

  6. Management of LEU aluminum-clad spent fuel in Argentina

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    Full text: At present, the research and production reactor RA-3 is the only one in Argentina that generates aluminum-clad spent fuel. It was converted to reduced enrichment uranium in 1989 using LEU U3O8 fuel elements, which were developed in CNEA in the frame of the Program on Reduced Enrichment for Research and Test Reactors. The management strategy for the RA-3 spent fuel is presented in regard to interim wet and dry storage and the treatment prior to disposal. Particularly, different alternatives are discussed in relation to the processes being considered for the treatment of the spent fuel. In principle, these processes could be adjusted for spent fuels containing different fuel materials, e.g. U3O8, U3Si2 or U-Mo. A brief description of the available facilities for the spent fuel treatment is presented. (author)

  7. El silencio bajo la última Dictadura Militar en la Argentina

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    Mercedes María Barros

    2009-12-01

    Full Text Available This paper explores the issue of silence under the last military dictatorship in Argentina (1976-1983. Silence spread rapidly in Argentine society during the first years of the so called National Reorganization Process (PRN and it became crucial for the maintenance of the illegal regime, This silence was actually assured not only by the action of the military government, but also by the clear identification of the political and social forces with the aims and values of the Proceso. However, this prevailing silence and the resulting failure of the existing discourses to articulate the effects of the dirty war resulted in a temporal suspension of meaning within the reality of the PRN. Silence became then the instance that would finally put into question the apparently smooth functioning of the PRN and would force the emergence and constitution of a new social movement and a new language of human rights in the country.

  8. Neoliberal Crisis, Social Demands, and Foreign Policy in Kirchnerist Argentina*

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    Anabella Busso

    2016-06-01

    Full Text Available Abstract Traditionally, Argentine foreign policy has been regarded as the domain of the executive, and a laudable expression of realism. Perspectives that include domestic variables as a source of foreign policy have only emerged relatively recently, and have only assumed importance in a redemocratised Argentina in the course of its recurrent economic and political crises in the late 20th and early 21st century. This dynamic was particularly marked during and after the crisis of 2001. As a result, Kirchnerist foreign policy was affected by a range of complex domestic factors. The aim of this article is to show how those factors drove the governments of Néstor and Cristina Kirchner, without abandoning executive primacy, to prioritise a neodevelopmental economic model, and combine them with an autonomous foreign policy which they believed to be the only way to meet the social demands of those affected by the neoliberal crisis.

  9. Infrastructure Upgrade Experience of Station IS02, Ushuaia, Argentina

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    Full text: IS02 infrasound station is located 100 km from Ushuaia city, Argentina. It became operational in April 2005, but due to flooding of the vaults all of them were reinforced in January 2006. The station was certified in August 2006. After two years new problems with water filtration appeared at the station, making it extremely necessary to update its infrastructure. From the station operator's point of view, the new design of the station sites proved to be successful since no water problems appeared in the vaults and pipes of all of them. The graphs show the improvement in the signal in one of the arrays before and after the 2010 infrastructure upgrade. The efforts made by PTS and Station Operator (ARN) allowed the achievement of the planned goal, resulting in a better behavior of the station since the works described in this poster were carried out. (authors)

  10. Recepción ambivalente del Futurismo en Argentina

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    M. Martínez Pérsico

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    Full Text Available The aim of this article is to analyze the reception of Italian Futurism in Argentina through, basically, some collaborations and discussions publicated in two literary magazines: Martín Fierro (1924-1927 and Inicial. Revista de la nueva generación (1923-1927 to show the ambivalent reception of the movement in the River Plate. The Argentinean reaction ranged from the celebratory tribute to the rejection, differently from the Spanish Ultraism, that admired the futurist motifs. We will also mention the Argentine painters who accused the influence of the Italian movement as well as another phenomena that allows us to speak of a “warm local adaptation” of the Futurism in the pages of Rovente (1924, a magazine published in Buenos Aires by Pietro Illari.

  11. Pobreza y Análisis de Dominancia en Argentina

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    El presente trabajo analiza la evolución de la pobreza en Argentina y en el Gran Córdoba. El análisis muestra que la pobreza ha disminuido en los aglomerados urbanos y en el Gran Córdoba, aunque la magnitud de la misma depende de la línea de pobreza empleada. Para llevar a cabo estimaciones inequívocas de la evolución de la pobreza, se utiliza el método de dominancia estocástica para determinar cómo ha evolucionado la pobreza, observándose reducción de la misma en el rango relevante.

  12. Practice and Membership: Reasons for Partisan Affiliation in Cordoba, Argentina

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    Hugo H. Rabbia

    2012-01-01

    Full Text Available We analyze the individual motives of political party affiliation as a central variable that help us to characterize the party affiliation as a practice and as belonging to a party organization. The study was conducted through questionnaires, and the sample was integrated by 428 citizens over 18 and under 65 years old, from Cordoba, Argentina. We propose a categorization of the motives of affiliation, inductively constructed, that recovers the theoretical conceptualization from the sociology of the organizations and the socio-cognitive psychology. Likewise, we analyze the relationship between the different affiliation motives, the party and electoral practices, and the perception of efficiency and importance that the affiliation has for the participants.

  13. Estado, mercado de tierra urbana e inundaciones en ciudades argentinas

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    Clichevsky Nora

    2006-10-01

    Full Text Available En este trabajo se presentan los resultados de una investigación sobre las relaciones que se establecen entre los mercados de tierra urbana y las inundaciones en ciudades argentinas, en el marco más amplio de la vulnerabilidad urbana. Se pretende despejar incógnitas acerca del papel jugado por el Estado como regulador del mercado en áreas urbanas con vulnerabilidad natural a la inundación y como constructor de defensas contra las inundaciones y acerca de los impactos que han tenido las inundaciones y las obras de defensa contra ellas sobre el mercado de tierra y, por lo tanto, sobre el acceso al suelo urbano por parte de los distintos sectores de la población.

  14. Moneda única en el MERCOSUR: una lectura desde la Argentina

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    Recientes artículos periodísticos sobre una eventual moneda única para el Mercosur reflejan cierto interés en torno de una reforma que significaría un sustancial cambio estructural para la economía argentina. Para el análisis de este tema se dispone de tres tipos de fuentes básicas de información. Una es la literatura teórica, en torno de la llamada teoría de áreas monetarias "óptimas", otra es el cúmulo de trabajos empíricos a base de la experiencia europea, y la tercera, son las propuestas ...

  15. Secondary Education in Argentina during the 1990s

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    Jorge M. Gorostiaga

    2003-05-01

    Full Text Available The reform of secondary education has been a fundamental part of national educational policy in Argentina since the beginning of the 1990s. Along with the decentralization of responsibilities to provinces and a new structure of primary and secondary education, changes have affected the areas of curriculum design, teaching methods, teacher training, school management, and information and evaluation systems. This study describes the main policies on secondary education implemented during the last decade, including their objectives and rationales. Focusing on how the reform can be seen to relate to issues of access, quality and equity, the study presents an analysis of its implementation, and discusses some of its effects. We argue that political, economic and technical factors as well as the strategies chosen by the national government resulted in a limited implementation, and we highlight the need for considering more focused reform strategies, alternative models of teacher training, and a more active involvement of teachers.

  16. Native arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi in the Yungas forests, Argentina.

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    Becerra, Alejandra G; Cabello, Marta N; Bartoloni, Norberto J

    2011-01-01

    The arbuscular mycorrhizal fungal (AMF) communities from the Yungas forests of Argentina were studied. The AMF species present in the rhizosphere of some dominant native plants (one tree: Alnus acuminata; three herbaceous species: Duchesnea indica, Oxalis conorrhiza, Trifolium aff. repens; and one shrub: Sambucus peruviana) from two sites (Quebrada del Portugués and Narváez Range) of the Yungas forests were isolated, identified and quantified during the four seasons of the year. Twenty-two AMF morphotaxa were found. Spore density of some AMF species at each site varied among seasons. The genera that most contributed to the biodiversity index were Acaulospora for Quebrada del Portugués and Glomus for Narváez Range. High diversity values were observed in the Yungas forests, particularly in the spring (rainy season). We concluded AMF differed in species composition and seasonal sporulation dynamics in the Yungas forests. PMID:21415289

  17. family farming; quantification; RENAF (registration of family farming; Argentina.

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    Mabel Manzanal

    2015-04-01

    Full Text Available As part of an ongoing research project, this paper discusses public policies that link family farming (FF and food security and sovereignty (FSS which have been promoted in Argentina since 2010.The objective of this research is to contribute to knowledge about developmental and territorial issues, based on the study of experiences located in the provinces of Buenos Aires and Misiones.The article contextualizes and analyzes the emergence of FF and FSS policies, as well as the differences in the ways in which they were managed and implemented in the cases selected. All of this raises the following questions: what role is assigned to FF in rural development policy? What conception of "food sovereignty" lies behind these policies? 

  18. Rehabilitation of oiled magellanic penguins (Spheniscus magellanicus) in Patagonia, Argentina

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    On September 10, 1991, the International Bird Rescue Research Center (IBRRC) was contacted by Dee Boersma, professor of zoology at the University of Washington. An oil spill from an unknown source had affected large numbers of magellanic penguins (Spheniscus magellanicus) returning to breeding colonies along the coast of southern Argentina. Dr. Boersma had been studying the penguins at Punta Tombo since 1982. It wasn't unusual for some of the penguins to arrive oiled, but this year the numbers of oiled birds were up considerably. In the week of September 14 to 20, a survey of 239 kilometers of coastline (about one-third of the affected area) spotted 16,350 penguins with some degree of oiling

  19. Academic education and training in Medical Physics in Argentina

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    This work describes the current offer for academic and clinical training in medical physics in Argentina; as well as the specific requirements for professional licensing in some specializations, known as individual national license. Reference is made to current local legislation, highlighting the fact that diagnostic radiology does not include the requirement of medical physicist’s compulsory advice. Thus, the labor supply is negligible in this area, to the detriment of the quality of this practice, mainly in terms of radiation protection for patients. Additionally, it is important to highlight the absence of the legal definition of a medical physicist as a health professional in the structure of Health Ministries, which increases disadvantages to those who practice this discipline in public health institutions. Finally, it is noted the absence of doctoral programs in medical physics and its impact on research, development and teaching. (author)

  20. Biodiversity of Myxomycetes from the Monte Desert of Argentina

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    2011-06-01

    Full Text Available A biodiversity survey for myxomycetes was carried out in the Monte Desert (Argentina and surrounding areas in November 2006 and late February and March 2007. Specimens were collected in seven different provinces (Catamarca, Jujuy, La Rioja, Salta, San Juan, San Luis and Tucumán, between 23º and 33º S latitude, and a total of 105 localities were sampled. Cacti and succulent plants were the most common type of substrate investigated, but shrubs and herbs characteristic of this biome were also included in the survey. Almost six hundred specimens of myxomycetes from 72 different species in 22 genera were collected either in the field, or from moist chamber cultures prepared with samples of plant material obtained from the same collecting sites. The results include 1 species new to science, Macbrideola andina three more species recently described based on material from this survey, 5 species cited for the first time for the Neotropics, 11 new records for South America and 38 new records for Argentina. Taxonomic comments on rare or unusual species are included and illustrated with photographs by LM and SEM. Data are presented on the development of some species and microenvironmental factors are discussed. An analysis of the biodiversity of myxomycetes in this area, and a comparison with other desert areas, are included.

    Con el objetivo de estudiar la biodiversidad de Myxomycetes en el Desierto de Monte (Argentina y áreas circundantes, se realizó un muestreo en los meses de noviembre de 2006 y febrero y marzo de 2007. Se recolectaron especímenes en un total de 105 localidades pertenecientes a siete provincias (Catamarca, Jujuy, La Rioja, Salta, San Juan, San Luis y Tucumán, situadas entre los paralelos 23º y 33º de latitud sur. Los cactus y plantas suculentas fueron los tipos de sustratos más estudiados, pero también se analizaron arbustos y plantas herbáceas características de este bioma. Casi 600 especímenes de mixomicetes

  1. Measurements of radon gas in dwellings of Argentina

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    The concentration of radon gas in dwellings of several cities of Argentina was measured. For this purpose, different kind of detectors were used such as passive solid state nuclear track detectors, electrets and detectors which use activated charcoal. Since 1983, a total of 1630 dwellings were analysed. The cases monitored were dwellings where the main construction materials are reinforced concrete and brick. The average values found in each city are below 50 Bq/m3. The values above 200-Bqm3 are very few, and none of them is above 300 Bq/m3. The average value of radon gas in air dwellings in our country is 33 Bq/m3, with a geometric mean of 23 Bq/m3, corresponding to an annual effective dose of 0.83 mSv. (author)

  2. Daphnia lumholtzi Sars, 1885 (Cladocera: Daphniidae invades Argentina

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    2014-04-01

    Full Text Available The extent of freshwater biological invasions is difficult to predict. The thermophilic Daphnia lumholtzi Sars, 1885 (Cladocera: Daphniidae has successfully invaded a large section of temperate North America from an Old World source, damaging ecosystems and fisheries. The species was later reported introduced into Mexico and Brazil. Here we report D. lumholtzi in Argentina - the most southerly record in the New World for this species. Our genetic analyses establish haplotype identity with North American specimens, consistent with the colonization of South America from North America. The detection dates of the records in South America and the association with the Paraná River, provide evidence that river ways play a role in expansion of D. lumholtzi. The invasion of D. lumholtzi has now reached a similar wide latitudinal span to the distribution in the Old World.

  3. DEUDA EXTERNA Y DEUDA PÚBLICA SUSTENTABLES EN ARGENTINA

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    Mario Eduardo Firmenich

    2011-12-01

    Full Text Available Las propuestas de solución de un problema estructural tan grave como el de la deuda externa de los países del Sur en general y de la Argentina en particular no debería ser algo de exclusiva responsabilidad de los gobiernos.Esto significa que todos los estamentos de la sociedad civil deben asumir su responsabilidad en construir una opinión pública sobre qué hacer frente al problema de la deuda externa, porque será el conjunto social el que se beneficiará de una correcta solución de este problema o el que sufrirá las gravísimas consecuencias de cualquier variante que, directa o indirectamente, termine agravandoel subdesarrollo y la pobreza.

  4. La incipiente formación de la identidad popular en el primer kirchnerismo en Argentina (2003-2007

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    Sebastián Barbosa

    2012-06-01

    Full Text Available This Paper analyses discursive formation realized for government in Argentina 2003-2007 for lustered the form that the Kirchnerism in Argentina presents like popular identity. The approach intent supersede macro politics investigations for include in a new analytics line, discursive, capable to light the specifically dynamics who a government form your politic identity. The hypothesis affirms discursive formations in Argentina are like populist at the Laclau theoretical model in your hegemony theory.

  5. Doscientos aos de Ciencias de la Tierra en la Argentina

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    Victor A. Ramos

    2011-09-01

    Full Text Available La historia de las Ciencias de la Tierra en la Argentina desde la Revolucin de Mayo muestra cuatro etapas diferentes relacionadas a cambios polticos mayores. El pasaje de una organizacin colonial controlada desde la metrpolis a un nuevo gobierno regional marc la necesidad imperiosa de fundar nuevas instituciones donde las bases de la ciencia pudieran ser impartidas. La etapa de las "Ciencias de Rivadavia" (1810-1830 represent un gran esfuerzo personal en esa direccin y aunque la mayor parte de sus iniciativas fracasaron, al menos dos instituciones por l creadas permanecen hasta el presente. La segunda etapa (1830-1853 estuvo dominada por los viajeros extranjeros, perodo en que personalidades como Alcide d'Orbigny y Charles Darwin llegaron al pas e hicieron contribuciones universales a las Ciencias de la Tierra basadas en observaciones locales que arrojaron luz en importantes procesos. La tercera etapa corresponde a la organizacin nacional (1853 hasta las primeras dcadas del siglo XX, cuando nuevas autoridades establecieron algn orden y promovieron la creacin de nuevas instituciones. La actitud proactiva hacia las ciencias bsicas de Juan Mara Gutirrez en la Universidad de Buenos Aires, tanto como las acciones del presidente Domingo F. Sarmiento para la Universidad de Crdoba, fueron la piedra fundamental para comenzar la investigacin y la enseanza de las Ciencias de la Tierra en la Argentina. Tan temprano como en 1865, con los primeros especialistas en Ciencias de la Tierra que vinieron de Italia, comenz la enseanza de la geologa en la Universidad de Buenos Aires, y unos pocos aos ms tarde los gelogos alemanes hicieron lo mismo en Crdoba. Estos dos hechos fundacionales consolidaron la cuarta etapa, cuando una serie de instituciones creadas en el siglo XX promueven el desarrollo presente de las Ciencias de la Tierra en todo el pas.

  6. Sarcocystosis in wild red deer (Cervus elaphus) in Patagonia, Argentina.

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    Reissig, Elizabeth Chang; Moré, Gastón; Massone, Adriana; Uzal, Francisco A

    2016-05-01

    Sarcocystis spp. are protozoan parasites with a heteroxenous life cycle, which produce cysts in the muscle of herbivorous animals. In these animal species, sarcocystosis is frequently asymptomatic, although it may occur with high prevalence. Seven Sarcocystis spp. have been described in red deer (Cervus elephus). The aim of this study was to determine the prevalence of sarcocystosis, and to perform the morphological and molecular characterization of Sarcocystis spp. found in wild red deer of the Nahuel Huapi National Park (NHNP), Patagonia, Argentina. Full necropsies of 62 red deer killed by hunters in the NHNP and neighboring areas were performed. Samples of heart and skeletal muscle were examined histologically and selected samples were also examined by transmission electron microscopy (TEM), PCR and sequencing. Sarcocystis spp. thin walled cysts were detected in 62 % (38/62) of heart, and in 22 % (3/14) of skeletal muscle samples examined histologically. TEM revealed a smooth and thin cyst wall (≤1 μm), with scarce and separated ribbon-like protrusions. A total of three partial and one full 18S ribosomal RNA (rRNA) gene sequences were obtained, and showed the highest identity (≥99 %) with Sarcocystis taeniata, a species described in moose (Alces alces). The morphological and molecular results indicate that red deer in Argentina are frequently infected with S. taeniata, a species for which the definitive host is unknown. The present results also confirm that Sarcocystis spp. using cervids as intermediate host are not host-specific. Further studies are needed to improve the epidemiological knowledge of Sarcocystosis in red deer. PMID:26779923

  7. Nuclear Activities in Argentina. A short Review. Part 2

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    The second part of this historical review covers the 'industrial' period of nuclear energy in Argentina. The National Atomic Energy Commission (CNEA), after a feasibility study carried out by argentine experts, in 1968 signed a contract to build a nuclear power plant. This PHWR plant, Atucha 1, of 310 MWe was inaugurated in 1973 and it is still operating. The same year the CNEA signed a new contract to build a CANDU type plant of 600 MWe, Embalse, that was finally inaugurated in 1983. The construction of a third plant, Atucha 2 of 745 MWe also a PHWR, was started in 1980 but was arrested in 1994, when more than 80% was completed, and it is still waiting a political decision to reach completion. Within the development of the nuclear power program, a fuel element production plant for the Argentine power reactors was built by the CNEA and a heavy water production plant of 250 tons/year was inaugurated in 1993 in the southern province of Neuquen. A pilot spent fuel reprocessing plant was designed but its construction was not completed. At the same time, a pilot gaseous diffusion plant was constructed in order to produce enriched uranium for research reactors. The activities in the field of radioisotope and radiation applications were also intensive, mainly in nuclear medicine and food preservation. A facility to fabricate sealed sources was built to process the Co 60 produced by the Embalse power plant. Argentina was active in the export of nuclear facilities: CNEA built a complete nuclear research center in Peru, and the Argentine company INVAP built research reactors in Algeria and Egypt. The same company is now building a research reactor in Australia. (author)

  8. Sustainability of new uranium mining projects in Argentina

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    The regulatory framework issued in the 1994-1995 period, connected mining activities in Argentina with international good environmental practices. Agreements between National Government and Provinces allow the application of the regulations, while Act No 24.585, the milestone about the matter, establishes the steps for the approval of the Report of Environmental Impact, on successive stages of the project. Specifically for uranium mining and milling, the assessment of the radiological protection aspects of the planned activities is assigned to the Nuclear Regulatory Authority. The National Atomic Energy Commission is at present carrying out two uranium mining projects, that involve the Sierra Pintada and Cerro Solo deposits. The goal of them is restart uranium production in the country in the medium term, by lowing the gap between indigenous and market uranium prices. The first one consists in updating the feasibility study of the, at present inactive, Sierra Pintada Production Center (Mendoza Province). Studies for improving the mining and treatment methods are performed in the project, co-ordinately with the investigation and forecast of mining waste and processing tailings management. Besides, the procedures will be determined taking into account the methodology to be applied when getting the closure stage, about the existing waste and tailings. Development of the Sierra de Pichinan District, Chubut Province (U-Mo), is the objective of the second project. It is remarkable that about Cerro Solo, the main ore deposit belonging to this area, at the prefeasibility stage, CNEA is currently encouraging private investment through a bidding process. Environmental studies are an important aspect of the activities carried out and planned in the area. As a conclusion, with regard uranium mining and milling activities in Argentina, the regulations and environmental technical-scientific knowledge are becoming friendly with the sustainable practice. (author)

  9. Nuclear Activities in Argentina. A short Review. Part 1

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    Nuclear development in Argentina is closely related to the creation and evolution of the National Atomic Energy Commission (CNEA). The first part of this historical review covers the period of formation and consolidation of the nuclear activities in the country, i.e. the period between 1945 to approximately 1970. After the creation of the CNEA, in 1950, a research and training program was carried out in several fields such as experimental nuclear physics, inorganic and physical chemistry, nuclear and radiochemistry, metallurgy, nuclear reactors, electronics, geology, etc. In the fifties, a research reactor (RA1), the first in Latin America, was built by the CNEA, including its fuel elements. Twenty new radioisotopes were discovered in Buenos Aires using the Cockcroft-Walton accelerator and the synchrocyclotron that were installed in 1953 and 1954 respectively. A school of physics, now the Balseiro Institute, was created at the Bariloche Atomic Center in 1955. At the same time the uranium prospecting and mining was started in several regions of the country. Ore treatment and purification plants were also installed and by 1970 more than 100 tons of U3O8 were produced in Argentina. Small scale isotope production was carried out with the RA1 reactor and with the synchrocyclotron to partially cover the demand of radioisotopes in biomedical applications. The construction of a new reactor, the RA3, and a radioisotope production plant at the Ezeiza Atomic Center allowed by 1975 to supply more than 90% of the national demand of radioisotopes and radiopharmaceuticals. Radiation protection activities were also carried out together with the development of the regulations concerning the use of radioisotopes and radiations. (author)

  10. Land-atmosphere interactions during a Northwestern Argentina Low event

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    Paegle, J.; Ferreira, L.; Saulo, C.; Seluchi, M.; Ruiz, J.

    2009-12-01

    Impacts of changes in land use upon rainfall distribution and low-level circulation over subtropical Argentina are studied with a state-of-the art regional model (WRF, Weather Research Forecast model) in a downscaling mode, using various scenarios of soil moisture for a 10 day period. The selected case (starting January 29, 2003) was characterized by well-defined low level northerly flow that extended east of the Andes over subtropical latitudes. Four tests were conducted at 50 km horizontal resolution with 31 sigma levels, decreasing and increasing the soil moisture initial condition by 50% over the entire domain, 50 % reduction over northwest Argentina and 50% increase over South East South America. A control run with NCEP/GDAS initial conditions was used to assess the impact of the different soil moisture configurations. It was found that land-surface interactions are stronger when soil moisture is decreased, with a coherent reduction of precipitation over southern south America. Enhanced northerly winds are related to an increase in the zonal gradient of pressure at low levels. In contrast, when soil moisture is increased, no circulation changes are found, though there appears to be a local feedback effect between the land and precipitation The combined effects of changes in the circulation and in local stratification induced by soil wetness modifications, through variations in evaporation and CAPE, are as follows: there is a dynamical response in the dry run, essentially associated with a stronger LLJ, that involves decreased convergence in the northwestern portion of the domain and enhanced convergence at the exit region of the LLJ, which is displaced towards the south. This dynamical response is not as robust as that induced by changes in evaporation related to changes in soil moisture. These modifications also alter the stratification, in agreement with what has been found by other studies, resulting in coherent modifications of precipitation when

  11. Atmospheric quality in Argentina employing Tillandsia capillaris as biomonitor

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    The objective of this research was to evaluate the biondicator capacity of Tillandsia capillaris f. incana (Mez.), widely distributed in Argentina, in relation to the accumulation of heavy metals and to its physiologic response to air pollutants. A sampling area with a surface of 50,000 km2 was selected in the central region of the Republic Argentina. The area was subdivided in grids of 25 x 25 km being collected pools at T. capillaris in each one of the intersection points when this was present. Of each pool three subsamples were analyzed independently. Besides, for 20% of the points, quintupled samples were collected in order to analyze the variability inside the site. The content of Co, Cu, Fe, Ni, Mn, Pb, and Zn was determined by Atomic Absorption Spectrometry. The concentration of chemical-physiological parameters was also determined with the objective of detecting symptoms of foliar damage. Chlorophylls, phaeophytins, hydroperoxy conjugated dienes, malondialdehyde, and sulfur were quantified in T. capillaris. Some of these parameters were used for calculating a pollution index. Data sets were evaluated by one-way ANOVA, correlation analysis, principal component analysis, and mapping. Different patterns of geographical distribution were obtained for the different metals that allow to reflect the so much contribution of natural and anthropogenic emission sources. According to our results it can be inferred that Fe, Mn, and Co probably originated from the soil. For Pb, the highest values were in the mountainous area, which can be attributed to the presence of minerals that close contains Pb in granitic rocks. Ni showed origin mainly anthropogenic, with values a risen in places close to industrial centers. For Zn the highest values were in areas of agricultural development, as well for Cu, whose presence could be related to the pesticides employment. (author)

  12. Graduate studies on optoelectronics in Argentina: an experience

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    Fernández, Juan C.; Garea, María. T.; Isaurralde, Silvia; Perez, Liliana I.; Raffo, Carlos A.

    2014-07-01

    The number of graduate programs in Optoelectronics in Argentina is scarce. The current Optics and Photonics Education Directory lists only three programs. One of them was launched in 2001 in the Facultad de Ingeniería (College of Engineering), Universidad de Buenos Aires (UBA). This was the first graduate program in the field, leading to a Master Degree in Optoelectronics. This decision arose from the demand of telecommunications industries and several estate- or private-funded research institutions working with us in the fields of lasers, optics, remote sensing, etc. A great bonus was the steady work, during several decades, of research groups in the College on the development of different type of lasers and optical non destructive tests and their engineering applications. As happened in many engineering graduate programs in Argentina at that time, few non full-time students could finish their studies, which called for 800 hours of traditional lecture-recitation classes, and the Master Thesis. In recent years Argentine Education authorities downsized the Master programs to 700 hours of blended learning and we redesigned the Graduate Optoelectronic Engineering Program to meet the challenge, dividing it in two successive one year programs, the first aimed at a professional training for almost immediate insertion in the labor market (called Especialización en Ingeniería Optoelectrónica), and the second (called Maestría en Ingeniería Optoelectrónica y Fotónica) aimed at a more academic and research target to comply with the UBA standards for Master degrees. The present work is a presentation of the new program design, which has begun in the current year.

  13. La elite económica Argentina, 1810-1914

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    Roy Hora

    2014-12-01

    Full Text Available Este artículo analiza los principales rasgos del sector más poderoso de la elite económica argentina del período 1810-1914. El trabajo discute las principales interpretaciones sobre las características y naturaleza de este grupo, pone de relieve algunas de limitaciones de los enfoques más habituales sobre el tema, y sugiere de qué manera conceptualizarlo de forma productiva. Aunque el objeto de este trabajo es la elite económica, todo análisis de este actor supone a la vez una manera de concebir las características del sistema de poder y del entorno económico en el que se desenvuelve la acción de los hombres de fortuna. Por este motivo, este trabajo formula algunas consideraciones generales sobre las características del Estado (argentino y el capitalismo (pampeano, con el fin de precisar mejor qué tipo de elite económica dominó la producción rural y la economía argentina en el período de crecimiento exportador que se extendió desde la Independencia hasta la Primera Guerra Mundial. El trabajo toma distancia de los estudios que enfatizan la importancia de la dimensión política para explicar el proceso de constitución y reproducción de esta elite económica, enfatizando en cambio los determinantes económicos de este proceso. El ensayo no aporta nueva evidencia empírica, sino una reflexión a partir de la literatura existente.

  14. Bovine brucellosis in Argentina and bordering countries: update.

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    Aznar, M N; Samartino, L E; Humblet, M-F; Saegerman, C

    2014-04-01

    Bovine brucellosis is a zoonotic disease spread worldwide. The infection in cattle is predominantly caused by Brucella abortus and is usually detected in pregnant females through abortions. The disease is endemic in Argentina; however, infection in humans is underestimated and often not reported. The prevalence of bovine brucellosis in countries bordering Argentina is quite variable: 0.04% in Uruguay, 10.20% in the north and 0.06% in the south of Brazil, 0.2% in Chile, 3.15% in Paraguay and 2.27% in Bolivia. In 1999, the Argentine National Control and Eradication Program was implemented. Its strategies include identification of vaccinated animals, compulsory vaccination with B. abortus S19 of 100% of 3- to 8-month-old females, negative serological tests before animal movements and categorization of farms in terms of their brucellosis status. The epidemiological surveillance in milk is performed through the milk ring test and the indirect ELISA. The result of a national brucellosis survey performed in 2004 indicates that 12.4% (95% CI: 10.89-14.0) of Argentine beef farms are seropositive to Brucella and that the apparent prevalence in cattle is 2.10% (95% CI: 1.90-2.40). The official serological diagnostic tests are as follows: buffered plate antigen test, as screening, serum agglutination test, 2-mercaptoethanol and fluorescence polarization assay, competitive ELISA, as confirmatory tests, and complement fixation test, as definitive test. Santa Fe and a district in Córdoba have 'Outstanding Plans'. Tierra del Fuego is a 'Zone free from bovine brucellosis'. One question arising when studying the Argentine situation is why the disease remains endemic if good regulations exist to control and eradicate it. In future, some different aspects might be evaluated to understand it, and further studies should be performed to prioritize, select and refine control strategies. PMID:23046031

  15. Crustal structure north of Falkland Plateau offshore Argentina

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    Becker, Katharina; Schnabel, Michael; Franke, Dieter

    2010-05-01

    The passive continental margin offshore Argentina has been investigated by numerous geophysical surveys conducted by the Federal Institute for Geoscience and Natural Resources. In this study we focus on the area located north of Falkland Plateau. There, the passive margin forms the transition between the sheared margin of the Falkland Plateau and the volcanic passive margin of southern Argentina. This study aims at achieving a more detailed image of the crustal structure along the continent-ocean transition. Also we want to decipher the influence of the plume (Tristan da Cunha) on the evolution of the continental margin. The seismic data were acquired during a marine geophysical survey in 2004 and edited with an improved processing sequence. The imaging involves the application of Prestack Depth Migration, which gives information about depth and interval velocities of the reflectors. In addition we combine our seismic section with information from magnetic and gravimetric measurements. In this study we present preliminary results. A first section gives insight in the structure of the crust along the continent ocean boundary. Landwards there is no clear evidence of extension, which can be inferred from graben structures. In the transition zone the breakup unconformity is tilted seawards. In this part it is covered by a sedimentary drift body, which reaches a maximum thickness of 4km. The drift body can be divided into several units. In the east the oceanic basement is highly dissected by faults. The sedimentary succession overlying the oceanic basement reaches a maximum thickness of 4km. Further processing will reveal more details about the upper crustal structure along the margin. In the future we want to investigate the structure of the lower crust based on refraction seismic measurements.

  16. Acerca De La Identidad Boliviana En Argentina. Un Análisis De Tres Casos De Estudio En La Provincia De Buenos Aires, Argentina

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    Full Text Available This paper is about the representations, practices and cultural expressions carried out by groups of Bolivian immigrants and their descendants in the cities of Olavarria, Tandil and Azul in the province of Buenos Aires, Argentina. For this purpose, the three case studies presented are analyzed based on the theoretical notions of identities and ethnic groups proper to the field of social anthropology. It thus seeks to contribute to knowledge about the construction of the identities of Bolivian immigrants in Argentina and, especially, to the discussion of those perspectives that propose the cultural assimilation of these groups into the host society.

  17. Alcances y potencialidades de la Atención Primaria de la Salud en Argentina Scope and potential of Primary Healthcare in Argentina

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    Alicia Stolkiner; Yamila Comes; Pamela Garbus

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    Este trabajo forma parte del "Estudio multicéntrico en APS: modelos asistenciales, integración al sistema de salud e intersectorialidad en contextos urbanos en Argentina, Brasil, Paraguay y Uruguay". Su objetivo es contextuar, describir y analizar el estado actual de la estrategia de APS en Argentina y sus potencialidades para transformar un sistema de salud fragmentado y segmentado. La metodología de producción de datos consistió en revisión bibliográfica, estudio documental de campo, entrev...

  18. Diatomeas (Bacillariophyceae) de humedales de altura de la Provincia de Jujuy-Argentina Diatoms (Bacillariophyceae) from high altitude wetlands of Jujuy province-Argentina

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    Claudia Seeligmann; Nora I. Maidana; Marcelo Morales

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    Se estudió la flora diatomológica perteneciente a 13 humedales de altura ubicados entre los 3500-4683 m s. n. m. de la Provincia de Jujuy (Argentina). Se identificaron, excluyendo las especies de Navicula sensu stricto, 51 géneros y 157 taxones infragenéricos, de los cuales tres son nuevas citas para Argentina y 43 se registran por primera vez para Jujuy. Se propone una nueva combinación: Craticula cuspidata var. gracilis. Muy interesante resultó el hallazgo de Cylindrotheca gracilis (Bréb.) ...

  19. Visitantes florales diurnos del girasol (Helianthus annuus, Asterales: Asteraceae) en la Argentina Diurnal floral visitors of sunflower (Helianthus annuus, Asterales: Asteraceae) in Argentina

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    Juan P. Torretta; Diego Medan; Arturo Roig Alsina; Norberto H. Montaldo

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    El girasol (Helianthus annuus L.) es un importante cultivo oleaginoso en la Argentina. Durante tres campañas agrícolas, se determinaron la diversidad y la abundancia del elenco de los visitantes florales diurnos de capítulos de girasol, en ocho sitios que cubren gran parte del área cultivada en Argentina. Setenta y seis morfo-especies de visitantes florales, pertenecientes a ocho órdenes, fueron capturados sobre capítulos de este cultivo. El principal orden fue Hymenoptera, con 37 especies o ...

  20. Academic education and training in Medical Physics in Argentina; Formacion academica y entrenamiento en Fisica Medica en la Republica Argentina

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    Mairal, L., E-mail: lmairal@mevaterapia.com.ar, E-mail: lmairal@gmail.com [Mevaterapia Centro Medico S.A., Buenos Aires (Argentina); Universidad Nacional de La Plata, Buenos Aires (Argentina); Ruggeri, R. [Mevaterapia Centro Medico S.A., Buenos Aires (Argentina); Sansogne, R.; Salinas, F., E-mail: rosana.sansogne@rtp.com.ar [Vidt Centro Medico, Buenos Aires (Argentina); Brunetto, M., E-mail: monica.brunetto@dfunes.com.ar [Centro Medico Dean Funes, Cordoba (Argentina); Valda, A., E-mail: valda@tandar.cnea.gov.ar [Universidad Nacional de San Martin, Buenos Aires (Argentina); Sanz, D., E-mail: dsanz@fuesmen.edu.ar [Fundacion Escuela Medicina Nuclear (FUESMEN), Mendoza (Argentina); Velez, G., E-mail: grvelez@gmail.com [Hospital Oncologico, Cordoba (Argentina); Stefanic, A., E-mail: stefanic@cae.cnea.gov.ar [Comision Nacional de Energia Atomica (CNEA), Buenos Aires (Argentina); Bourel, V., E-mail: vbourel@me.com [Universidad Favaloro, Buenos Aires (Argentina)

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    This work describes the current offer for academic and clinical training in medical physics in Argentina; as well as the specific requirements for professional licensing in some specializations, known as individual national license. Reference is made to current local legislation, highlighting the fact that diagnostic radiology does not include the requirement of medical physicist’s compulsory advice. Thus, the labor supply is negligible in this area, to the detriment of the quality of this practice, mainly in terms of radiation protection for patients. Additionally, it is important to highlight the absence of the legal definition of a medical physicist as a health professional in the structure of Health Ministries, which increases disadvantages to those who practice this discipline in public health institutions. Finally, it is noted the absence of doctoral programs in medical physics and its impact on research, development and teaching. (author)

  1. Doscientos aos de Ciencias de la Tierra en la Argentina Two hundred years of Earth Sciences in Argentina

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    2011-09-01

    Full Text Available La historia de las Ciencias de la Tierra en la Argentina desde la Revolucin de Mayo muestra cuatro etapas diferentes relacionadas a cambios polticos mayores. El pasaje de una organizacin colonial controlada desde la metrpolis a un nuevo gobierno regional marc la necesidad imperiosa de fundar nuevas instituciones donde las bases de la ciencia pudieran ser impartidas. La etapa de las "Ciencias de Rivadavia" (1810-1830 represent un gran esfuerzo personal en esa direccin y aunque la mayor parte de sus iniciativas fracasaron, al menos dos instituciones por l creadas permanecen hasta el presente. La segunda etapa (1830-1853 estuvo dominada por los viajeros extranjeros, perodo en que personalidades como Alcide d'Orbigny y Charles Darwin llegaron al pas e hicieron contribuciones universales a las Ciencias de la Tierra basadas en observaciones locales que arrojaron luz en importantes procesos. La tercera etapa corresponde a la organizacin nacional (1853 hasta las primeras dcadas del siglo XX, cuando nuevas autoridades establecieron algn orden y promovieron la creacin de nuevas instituciones. La actitud proactiva hacia las ciencias bsicas de Juan Mara Gutirrez en la Universidad de Buenos Aires, tanto como las acciones del presidente Domingo F. Sarmiento para la Universidad de Crdoba, fueron la piedra fundamental para comenzar la investigacin y la enseanza de las Ciencias de la Tierra en la Argentina. Tan temprano como en 1865, con los primeros especialistas en Ciencias de la Tierra que vinieron de Italia, comenz la enseanza de la geologa en la Universidad de Buenos Aires, y unos pocos aos ms tarde los gelogos alemanes hicieron lo mismo en Crdoba. Estos dos hechos fundacionales consolidaron la cuarta etapa, cuando una serie de instituciones creadas en el siglo XX promueven el desarrollo presente de las Ciencias de la Tierra en todo el pas.The history of the Earth Sciences in Argentina since the Revolution of May 1810 shows four different stages related to

  2. Gobiernos locales y desarrollo: un estudio de caso para Argentina Local goverments and development: a case study in Argentina

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    Mónica Páez

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    Full Text Available Las autoridades locales son agentes relevantes en los procesos de desarrollo local. Por lo tanto, sus actitudes, intereses y percepciones configuran un factor de suma importancia en el estudio de esos procesos. Partiendo de estas bases, se presenta una propuesta de análisis basada en los resultados que la Fiscal Austerity and Urban Innovation (FAUI arrojó para el caso de Argentina. Esta encuesta internacional se orienta principalmente al análisis de estilos de liderazgo en las autoridades municipales a partir de una muestra representativa de intendentes de municipios de 10 mil habitantes o más, un tamaño de municipio mínimo para que exista diversidad y movilización de grupos y asociaciones locales. Para este estudio en particular, orientado al análisis de intereses y actitudes que podrían favorecer o no al desarrollo local, se seleccionaron las variables más relevantes: Alianzas, apoyos recibidos a la candidatura; Interacción con otros actores; Influencia de actores sociales en la definición del gasto; Grado de respuesta a las demandas de diferentes grupos en preferencias de gasto; Prioridades de la gestión; Prioridad en las acciones de gobierno; Preferencia de gasto sobre diferentes áreas de políticas públicas; Ideología y actitudes. En términos generales, los resultados evidencian, por un lado, una tensión entre los nuevos modelos de gestión relacionados con un líder-administrador y los liderazgos más asociados en Argentina a la política tradicional. Por otro lado, un imperativo derivado de la situación socioeconómica: paliar los efectos de la pobreza. Generar las condiciones para un desarrollo no se percibe, en general, como una prioridad.Local authorities are important agents in any local development oriented process. Therefore, its attitudes, interests and perceptions become very relevant issues in the study of these processes. Starting off from these bases, this paper presents a proposal of analysis based on the

  3. Notas Taxonómicas en Senecioneae (Asteraceae de Argentina Taxonomic notes on Senecioneae (Asteraceae from Argentina

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    Full Text Available Durante el estudio de la tribu Senecioneae para el centro de Argentina, surgieron algunas novedades debidas al análisis de diversos «tipos nomenclaturales». Ellas son: 1.- Senecio pinnatus var. tenuisectus Griseb.: fue basado en 4 ejemplares, que pertenecen, respectivamente, uno a Senecio pinnatus Poir., dos a S. pampeanus Cabrera y el restante a S. pampeanus fo. serratus Cabrera; 2 a .- Senecio gilliesianus Hieron. fue nominado a la vista de un ejemplar de Senecio pampeanus Cabrera; 2b.- Senecio gilliesianus var. glaberrima Hieron. pertenece a Senecio pinnatus Poir.; 3.- Senecio pampeanus fo. serratus Cabrera, es relegado a la sinonimia de S. pampeanus fo . pampeanus ; 4.- Se acepta a Werneria denticulata Blake, sinónimo de W. pygmaea Gill. ex Hook. et Arn. como fuera sugerido, en su momento, por Rockhausen (1939, y se considera que el material argentino determinado bajo aquel nombre pertenece, en realidad, a W. cochlearis Griseb.Some novelties have arisen through the analysis of the nomenclatural types during the study of tribe Senecioneae from Central Argentina. They are: 1.- Senecio pinnatus var. tenuisectus Griseb.: it was based upon 4 specimens which belong respectively, one to Senecio pinnatus Poir., two to S. pampeanus Cabrera, and the remaining to S. pampeanus fo. serratus Cabrera; 2 a .- Senecio gilliesianus Hieron. was based upon a specimen belonging to Senecio pampeanus Cabrera; 2b.- Senecio gilliesianus var. glaberrima Hieron. is a synonym of Senecio pinnatus Poir.; 3.- Senecio pampeanus fo. serratus Cabrera, is a synonym of S. pampeanus fo . pampeanus ; 4.- Werneria denticulata Blake is accepted as a synonym of W. pygmaea Gill. ex Hook. et Arn. as it was suggested by Rockhausen (1939, while the argentinean material identified under W. denticulata belongs to W. cochlearis Griseb.

  4. Redes intelectuais hispano-americanas na Argentina de 1920 Hispano-american intellectual networks during 1920's in Argentina

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    Karina R. Vasquez

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    Full Text Available Este artigo se propõe a investigar as conexões entre Reforma Universitária e vanguarda estética na Argentina dos anos de 1920, enfocando principalmente a rede de ligações, interesses e contatos que a vanguarda recebe (recolhe da experiência reformista. Para tanto, privilegiou-se a análise da revista Martín Fierro (1924-1927 com o propósito de mostrar que, entre a vocação cosmopolita da revista e a busca de um novo nacionalismo cultural, pode-se reconhecer nessa publicação uma particular afirmação do tópico americanista. Tomado em um sentido que rejeita uma definição essencialista do "ser americano", o americanismo - como horizonte de referências e contatos - será apresentado como um dos tópicos que contribuem positivamente para resolver alguns dos dilemas da vanguarda estética dos anos de 1920.I have intended, in this article, to investigate the connections between the higher education reformation and the aesthetic avant-garde movement of the twenties in Argentina. I focused on the influence the reformist experience, specially its net of connections, interests and contacts, had over the avant-garde movement. In order to do that I chose to analyze the Martín Fierro (1924-1927 magazine showing that in between the magazine's cosmopolitan vocation and the search for a new cultural nationalism we can recognize a particular statement of the topic of Americanism. Rejecting the essentialist definition of what "being American" means, the Americanism, as a referential point, will be presented as one of the themes that have positively contributed to the solving of some of the dilemmas aroused by the aesthetic avant-garde movement of the twenties.

  5. Cuerpo y medios de comunicación: Viejas obsesiones y nuevas tecnologías: el cuerpo en revistas femeninas argentinas

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    En este trabajo se presentan algunos aspectos de los sentidos referidos al cuerpo en revistas dedicadas a la mujer en la ciudad de Buenos Aires. Tributaria de una visión del mundo, la noción de cuerpo pone de manifiesto tanto el proceso de individuación como la concepción mecanicista que fragmenta cuerpo y persona, proveyendo el modelo de 'posesión' del cuerpo. Las transformaciones económico-sociales. su implicancia en las relaciones personales y domésticas, y los avances en la tecnología méd...

  6. Fractura de Cadera en los hospitales públicos de la Argentina Hip Fracture in Public Hospitals of Argentina

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    Mánica A Ercolano

    2012-03-01

    Full Text Available La fractura de cadera en población añosa constituye un problema creciente para los sistemas de salud a nivel mundial debido a su elevado impacto econámico y social. Objetivos: Evaluar los egresos por fractura de cadera en adultos mayores de 55 años informados al Ministerio de Salud de la Nación durante los años 2000, 2006, 2007 y 2008. Analizar el efecto de la edad y sexo sobre la incidencia de fracturas de cadera, los tipos de fractura y su variabilidad en el tiempo. Materiales y Métodos: Se obtuvieron los datos de egresos por fracturas de cadera en pacientes mayores de 55 años registrados en el Ministerio de Salud de la Nación. Se calculá la Tasa de Egresos (TE por fracturas de cadera, la TE estratificada por sexo (♀: mujer, ♂: varán y edad; Tasa de Crecimiento Interanual (TCI. Estadística: test de Chi cuadrado y test T de Student para datos no apareados. Resultados y Conclusiones: La fractura de cadera en los hospitales públicos de la Argentina durante los años evaluados, alcanzá un promedio de 5700 egresos/año, con una TE 280/100000. La relación ♀/♂ fue de 2,3. La edad de egreso promedio fue de 78,7 años siendo significativamente menor en los hombres en relación a las mujeres. La relación ♀/♂ aumentá tres veces con la edad. La edad fue un fuerte determinante de las fracturas, siendo la TE de 2800/100000 en los individuos mayores de 75 años. La TCI fue de 1,4 %. La fractura cervical de fémur fue la más frecuente, y fue aumentando progresivamente con la edad; la fractura de trocánter se mantuvo estable en los grupos de menor edad y solo aumentá en los mayores de 75 años. Ambos tipos de fractura predominaron en las mujeres. Este es el primer trabajo que establece datos sobre fractura de cadera en la Argentina. Con el envejecimiento de la población, la fractura de cadera se convertirá en una carga progresivamente mayor para los sistemas de salud.Hip fracture in the aged population constitutes a growing

  7. El déficit habitacional como un problema de economía social: el caso del Parque Indoamericano de Villa Soldati en Buenos Aires (Argentina (The housing shortage as a problem of social economy: the case of the Parque Indoamericano of Villa Soldati, in...

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    Pablo Sebastián García

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    mismo del análisis económico, para Simon son los comportamientos efectivos de los agentes económicos los que constituyen un objeto esencial de ese análisis. A partir de este cambio de óptica se desarrollan implicancias fundamentales para numerosos campos de la investigación en economía. En especial, es posible pensar teóricamente el diseño de organizaciones con características diferentes a las de la empresa tradicional. En este trabajo vamos a examinar el problema del déficit habitacional en la Ciudad Autónoma de Buenos Aires (Argentina a partir de un hecho que causó gran conmoción pública en diciembre de 2010, como fue la ocupación de un parque público por parte de unas 16.000 personas sin techo, en un episodio que tuvo una enorme repercusión. DOWNLOAD THIS PAPER FROM SSRN: http://ssrn.com/abstract=2049829

  8. Regional climate change scenarios applied to viticultural zoning in Mendoza, Argentina

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    Cabré, María Fernanda; Quénol, Hervé; Nuñez, Mario

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    Due to the importance of the winemaking sector in Mendoza, Argentina, the assessment of future scenarios for viticulture is of foremost relevance. In this context, it is important to understand how temperature increase and precipitation changes will impact on grapes, because of changes in grapevine phenology and suitability wine-growing regions must be understood as an indicator of climate change. The general objective is to classify the suitable areas of viticulture in Argentina for the current and future climate using the MM5 regional climate change simulations. The spatial distribution of annual mean temperature, annual rainfall, and some bioclimatic indices has been analyzed for the present (1970-1989) and future (2080-2099) climate under SRES A2 emission scenario. In general, according to projected average growing season temperature and Winkler index classification, the regional model estimates (i) a reduction of cool areas, (ii) a westward and southward displacement of intermediate and warm suitability areas, and (iii) the arise of new suitability regions (hot and very hot areas) over Argentina. In addition, an increase of annual accumulated precipitation is projected over the center-west of Argentina. Similar pattern of change is modeled for growing season, but with lower intensity. Furthermore, the evaluation of projected seasonal precipitation shows a little precipitation increase over Cuyo and center of Argentina in summer and a little precipitation decrease over Cuyo and northern Patagonia in winter. Results show that Argentina has a great potential for expansion into new suitable vineyard areas by the end of twenty-first century, particularly due to projected displacement to higher latitudes for most present suitability winegrowing regions. Even though main conclusions are based on one global-regional model downscaling, this approach provides valuable information for implementing proper and diverse adaptation measures in the Argentinean viticultural

  9. Espécies novas de Anthidium Fabricius do Chile, Argentina e Peru (Megachilidae, Hymenoptera New species of Anthidium Fabricius from Chile, Argentina and Peru (Megachilidac, Hymenoptera

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    Danúncia Urban

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    Full Text Available New species of Anthidium Fabricius, 1804 are described: Anthidium danieli sp. n. from Argentina; Anthidium toro sp. n. from Chile; Anthidium alsinai sp. n., Anthidium luizae sp. n., Anthidium igori sp. n., Anthidium masunariae sp. n., Anthidium rafaeli sp. n., Anthidium rozeni sp. n. and Anthidium tarsoi sp. n. from Peru.

  10. Espécies novas de Anthidium Fabricius do Chile, Argentina e Peru (Megachilidae, Hymenoptera) New species of Anthidium Fabricius from Chile, Argentina and Peru (Megachilidac, Hymenoptera)

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    Danúncia Urban

    2001-01-01

    New species of Anthidium Fabricius, 1804 are described: Anthidium danieli sp. n. from Argentina; Anthidium toro sp. n. from Chile; Anthidium alsinai sp. n., Anthidium luizae sp. n., Anthidium igori sp. n., Anthidium masunariae sp. n., Anthidium rafaeli sp. n., Anthidium rozeni sp. n. and Anthidium tarsoi sp. n. from Peru.

  11. Exploration for uranium in Argentina: New policies of reactivation

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    Full text: The policy established by the National Government of Argentina in August 2006 related to resuming the Nuclear activity in the country, lead the CNEA trough the Exploration of Raw Materials Manager (ERMM) to establish working strategies for the next 10 years. These strategies together with the assignment of an adequate budget will contribute to define new uranium resources, which together with the already known ones, will be used to supply the requirements of Nuclear Power and Research Plants in the future. Thus, the ERMM is applying a policy of human resources hiring new personnel in order to count with the minimum necessary workforce to reach these tasks. In Argentina known U resources are related to sedimentary, igneous and metamorphic environments. Considering the geology of the different regions, Argentina has been divided into 57 units in which the geological, geochemical, mineralogical and structural information is evaluated in order to estimate the uranium geological favorability of each unit. The final pursuit of this regional study is to circumscribe new areas with anomalous uranium contents in which prospection and exploration should be carried out. These studies together with prospection and exploration works are performed in the country by four exploration centers based in Salta (RN), Cordoba (R.Ce), Mendoza (R.Cu) and Trelew (RP). The works planned for each exploration center includes: Regional Noroeste, Mina Franca Deposit: peri-granitic vein- type mineralization: 25% of surface exploration has been performed. Mineralized areas: Istataco and San Buenaventura correspond to an igneous-metamorphic environment, Sierra de Vaqueria to a sedimentary one: Prospection stage. Regional Centro, Mineralized areas: El Gallo: drilling stage and Donato: prospection stage, correspond to an igneous-metamorphic environment with intra and peri-granitic anomalies. Noya: prospection stage, sedimentary environment. Regional Cuyo, Mineralized area: Western Sierra

  12. State of the art of municipal solid wastes and hazard wastes disposal in Argentina; Diagnostico de la situacion del manejo de los residuos solidos municipales y peligrosos en Argentina

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    Savino, A.A.

    1997-12-31

    The author analyzes the up to date situation of Argentina related to Municipal solid Waste management after the political and economic challenges suffered by Argentina. The author concludes that this country needs more waste treatment plants and more investments for environmental management. (Author) 15 refs.

  13. Conflicts and cooperation in the mountainous Mapuche territory (Argentina

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    Renaud Miniconi

    2010-04-01

    Full Text Available Over the past two decades, indigenous issues have become a major concern for different countries all over the world. Argentina is one of these countries, with 600 000 people who recognize themselves as indigenous, representing 1.5% of the nation’s entire population. Nevertheless, these populations are still too often marginalized on a regional scale. This is the case for the Mapuche in the Nahuel Huapi National Park, located in the two provinces of Rio Negro and Neuquén. Even though both international and some national texts rehabilitate essential human rights for these populations, local realities are more contrasted due to regional stakeholders’ divergent interests. In the particular context of Argentina, where a large part of the population faces problems gaining access to land, national parks have emerged as a relevant tool for indigenous peoples to recover their ancestral lands, especially thanks to a new process taking place in these territories: co-management.La question des autochtones est devenue, durant les deux dernières décennies, une préoccupation majeure dans différents pays du monde, comme en Argentine où environ 600 000 individus se reconnaissent comme tels, soit 1,5 % de sa population totale. Toutefois, ces populations sont encore trop souvent marginalisées à l’échelle de certaines régions, comme c’est le cas pour les Mapuche du Parc National Nahuel Huapi, situé dans les provinces du Rio Negro et de Neuquén. Si les textes internationaux et parfois nationaux réhabilitent certains droits humains essentiels de ces populations, les réalités locales sont plus contrastées, du fait d’intérêts souvent divergents des acteurs régionaux. Dans le contexte particulier d’une Argentine marquée par des difficultés d’accès à la propriété foncière pour une large part de la population, les parcs nationaux se révèlent être des outils pertinents, pour les populations autochtones, de recouvrement de leurs

  14. Regulatory aspects of the radioactive waste management in Argentina

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    This paper describes briefly the legislative and regulatory framework in which the radioactive waste management is carried out in Argentina. The activities of the Nuclear Regulatory Authority (NRA) and the applied approaches in relation to inspection of facilities, safety assessments of associated systems and collaboration in the matter with international agencies are also exposed. The 'National Law of the Nuclear Activity' (No. 24804), in force since April 1997, assigns to NRA the following functions: to regulate and to inspect nuclear activities regarding radiological and nuclear safety, physical protection of nuclear materials, in order to verify that such materials are used exclusively with peaceful purposes and also, to advise the National Executive Power in matters of its competence. For the fulfilment of these functions the Law grants to NRA the necessary legal competence to develop, to establish and to apply a regulatory system to all nuclear activities carried out in Argentina. The activity of NRA is carried out in the framework of a regulatory system whose fundamental aspect in the approach adopted to establish the requirements of safety, which is know as 'of performance'. This system has a group of rules known as 'AR Standards' (AR: abbreviation of Regulatory Authority) that, among other requirements, establish that the construction, operation and decommissioning of a nuclear installation can not start without the corresponding construction, operation or decommissioning license. In that sense, besides having the legal competence in the topic, NRA has developed its necessary technical competence to evaluate, with own criteria, all radiological and nuclear safety aspects involved in the grant of licenses and to guarantee an appropriate level of control in the facilities. In relation to the radioactive waste management, NRA has developed some basic criteria. These criteria underline the requirements put to the 'Responsible Entity' that generates or manages

  15. La globalización y la enseñanza de la psicología en Argentina Globalization and education in psychology in Argentina

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    Hugo Klappenbach

    2003-12-01

    Full Text Available El trabajo aborda tres cuestiones. En primer lugar, analiza brevemente a la historia de la enseñanza de la psicología en Argentina, subrayando la importancia adquirida por el psicoanálisis en la tradición universitaria psicológica. En segundo lugar, desarrolla algunos de los estudios y algunas de las líneas de debate contemporáneo sobre formación universitaria del psicólogo, comenzando por algunos estudios clásicos en los Estados Unidos y concluyendo en la propuesta de diplomatura en psicología, actualmente en debate en los países miembros de la Unión Europea. En tercer lugar, analiza el impacto generado por la globalización en los procesos de formación del psicólogo en Argentina, especialmente a partir del impacto del llamado Mercosur educativo. En ese marco, se analiza críticamente la situación de los programas de psicología en las universidades argentinas.This paper approaches three subjects. Firstly, it briefly analyzes the history of psychology undergraduate programs of in Argentina, in which psychoanalytical bias is emphasized. Secondly, it reviews some important studies and reports concerning undergraduate programs and professional training in Psychology, beginning with some classical reports in USA, finishing with the proposal of an European Diploma in Psychology, which is now under evaluation in European countries. Thirdly, globalization effects, specially those from educational Mercosur, on teaching of psychology at undergradute programs and professional training in psychology in Argentina are analyzed. In such context, a critical report on psychology undergraduate programs in the country is reviewed.

  16. Capturing latecomer advantages in the adoption of biofuels: The case of Argentina

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    Although Argentina came late to the biofuels revolution, a series of measures taken recently at federal and provincial government level have created new opportunities. New federal laws on biofuels promotion have sparked an investment boom. The main activity has been in the biodiesel sector-partly because diesel is the dominant fuel sector in Argentina, and partly because the country had already engineered a soy revolution over the past 15 years, becoming the world's largest exporter of soy oil and soy meal. Biodiesel allows this revolution to be extended-from soy as foodstuff to soy as fuelstock. The biodiesel revolution now underway promises to extend Argentina's latecomer advantages by combining greater scale and lower costs with introduced technical innovations such as genetically modified crops and no-till farming. In this way, Argentina can be seen to be demonstrating the superiority of biofuel production in countries of the South over the conditions obtaining in countries of the North-including superior resources availability, superior energetics and lower costs. Whereas Brazil has demonstrated its superiority in sugarcane-based ethanol, Argentina is about to demonstrate its superiority in soy-based biodiesel

  17. The Text of the Instrument Concerning the Agency's Assistance to Argentina for the Establishment of a Training Reactor Project

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    The text of the Agreement between the Agency and the Governments of Argentina and the Federal Republic of Germany concerning the Agency's assistance for the establishment of a training reactor project in Argentina is reproduced herein for the information of all Members. The Agreement entered into force on 13 March 1970.

  18. Informe semestral de política exterior argentina sobre la cuestión Malvinas : Marzo-septiembre 2014

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    Gómez, Federico

    2014-01-01

    El periodo abordado en el presente informe sobre política exterior argentina sobre la Cuestión Malvinas, expone las diversas instancias acaecidas en el periodo marzo-septiembre de 2014, mediante una serie de acciones en torno a la construcción soberana de la República Argentina hacia la cuestión.

  19. Diptera, Ceratopogonidae Newman, 1834: new records of biting and predaceous midges from Iberá wetlands, Argentina

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    Spinelli, Gustavo Ricardo; Pablo I. Marino; Mauad, Melina

    2012-01-01

    The first Argentina records of four species of biting and predaceous midges (Diptera: Ceratopogonidae) are provided from the Iberá wetlands in Corrientes Province: Forcipomyia (Euprojoannisia) unica Bystrak and Wirth, Echinohelea blantoni Wirth, Neobezzia fittkaui Wirth and Ratanaworabhan and Paryphoconusgrandis Macfie. This is the first record of the predaceous midge genus, Echinohelea Macfie, from Argentina. © 2012 Check List and Authors.

  20. Positive natural resource shocks and domestic adjustments in a semi-industrialized economy: Argentina in the 2004-2007 period

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    L.A. Serino (Leandro)

    2009-01-01

    textabstractThis paper evaluates the domestic adjustment to recent positive external shocks in Argentina's natural resource sectors. Although there is no single, exclusive determinant of Argentina's fast economic growth in the period 2003-2007, the paper illustrates the favourable contribution of ce