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  1. 76 FR 20707 - Cle Elum Dam Fish Passage Facilities and Fish Reintroduction Project; Kittitas County, WA

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    2011-04-13

    ... Bureau of Reclamation Cle Elum Dam Fish Passage Facilities and Fish Reintroduction Project; Kittitas... Environmental Impact Statement (FEIS) for the Cle Elum Dam Fish Passage Facilities and Fish Reintroduction... FEIS on the proposed Cle Elum Dam Fish Passage Facilities and Fish Reintroduction Project....

  2. 75 FR 5626 - Cle Elum Dam Fish Passage Facilities and Fish Reintroduction Project; Kittitas County, WA INT-DES...

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    2010-02-03

    ... Bureau of Reclamation Cle Elum Dam Fish Passage Facilities and Fish Reintroduction Project; Kittitas...) announcing the commencement of work under the National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) on the Cle Elum Dam... upstream adult fish passage facilities at the dam, as well as analyses associated with the...

  3. Cle Elum and Supplementation Research Facility : Monthly Progress Report October 2008.

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    Cle Elum Supplementation and Research Facility

    2008-12-11

    FISH PRODUCTION: On October 7th the 2008 spawning season was completed. 823 adults were transferred to the facility for the 2008 season. The overall adult mortality was 6.9% (1.3% pre-spawning mortality and 5.6% encountered after sorting). Wild/natural salmon collected included 278 females, 173 males, and 29 jacks for a total 480 fish for the 2008 brood. Supplemented brood stock collected included 149 adults (85 females, 35 males and 29 jacks). Hatchery control brood collected for research included 194 adults (91 females, 68 males and 35 jacks). Eggs will be inventoried in November with an actual summary of eggs numbers to be submitted for the November report. The estimated egg takes (production) for the 2008 season was 1,375,146 eggs with 1,006,063 comprising of W x W crosses and 250,755 eggs of H x H crosses with 118,328 supplement crosses. Total fish on hand for the 2007 brood is 768,751 with an average fish per pound of 30.6 f/lb. FISH CULTURE: The marking and pit-tagging operation started on October 13th. The pit-tagging portion was completed on October 23rd. A total 40,000 juveniles were pit-tagged (2,000 from each of the production ponds and 4,000 each for the hatchery juvenile ponds 9 & 10). Cle Elum staff began shocking, sorting, counting and splitting eggs in incubation. Shocking eggs will separate live eggs from dead eggs. Eggs are treated with formalin three times a week to control fungus. The focus for the culturists during the month of October entail completing the final spawn (egg take) on the 7th, pond cleaning, keeping the marking trailers supplied with fish and end of month sampling. The adult holding ponds were power washed and winterized for the shut down period. Facility crew members Greg Strom and Mike Whitefoot assisted Joe Blodgett and his crew with fish brood collection on the 22nd of October. Fall Chinook and Coho salmon were seined up and put in tanker trucks from Chandler canal and transported to holding ponds for later spawning. Charlie

  4. Cle Elum Supplementation and Research Facility : Monthly Progress Report : December 1, 2008 - December 31, 2008.

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    Cle Elum Supplementation and Research Facility

    2009-01-12

    . Also weekly well meter readings are recorded. Well No.5 had been determined to have a faulty drain valve while trying to operate the pump for emergency water usage. It was determined that water was not able to drain and began to flow out from the test hole (TH9). Charlie and Simon pumped out the remaining water from the test hole prior to replacing the valve. The valve was subsequently dug up, replaced and tested for operation. SAFETY AND TRAINING: The winter season has approached and conditions can be hazardous as Cle Elum staff stress safety while working and preparing acclimation sites for upcoming fish transfer. Some examples include wearing proper clothing, extra caution while driving and plowing snow. GROUNDS: Linda Lamebull of fisheries and personnel from Tribal Purchasing came to the hatchery to inventory two way radios.

  5. Cle Elum Lake Anadromous Salmon Restoration Feasibility Study: Summary of Research, 1986-1999 Progress Report.

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    Dey, Douglas

    2000-04-01

    The focus of this research was to study the feasibility for anadromous salmonids to recolonize the habitat above reservoirs in the Yakima River without disruption to irrigation withdrawals. A primary concern was whether anadromous fish could successfully exit reservoirs and survive downstream passage through the Yakima and Columbia Rivers to the ocean.

  6. The Hausdorff dimension of the CLE gasket

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    Miller, Jason; Wilson, David B

    2012-01-01

    The conformal loop ensemble CLE_kappa is the canonical conformally invariant probability measure on non-crossing loops in a proper simply connected domain in the complex plane. The parameter kappa varies between 8/3 and 8; CLE_{8/3} is empty while CLE_8 is a single space-filling loop. In this work we study the geometry of the CLE gasket, the set of points not surrounded by any loop of the CLE. We show that the almost sure Hausdorff dimension of the gasket is bounded from below by 2-(8-kappa)(3 kappa-8)/(32 kappa) when 4CLE_kappa gasket dimension for all values of kappa for which it is defined. The dimension agrees with the prediction of Duplantier-Saleur (1989) for the FK gasket.

  7. The Elum Project: A Network of UK Sites to Understand Land-Use Transitions to Bioenergy and Their Implications for Greenhouse Gas Balance and Carbon Cycling

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    Harris, Z. M.; Alberti, G.; Bottoms, E.; Rowe, R.; Parmar, K.; Marshall, R.; Elias, D.; Smith, P.; Dondini, M.; Pogson, M.; Richards, M.; Finch, J.; Ineson, P.; Keane, B.; Perks, M.; Wilkinson, M.; Yamulki, S.; Donnison, I.; Farrar, K.; Massey, A.; McCalmont, J.; Drewer, J.; Sohi, S.; McNamara, N.; Taylor, G.

    2014-12-01

    Rising anthropogenic greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions coupled with an increasing need to address energy security are resulting in the development of cleaner, more sustainable alternatives to traditional fossil fuel sources. Bioenergy crops have been proposed to be able to mitigate the effects of climate change as well as provide increased energy security. The aim of this project is to assess the impact of land conversion to second generation non-food bioenergy crops on GHG balance for several land use transitions, including from arable, grassland and forest. A network of 6 sites was established across the UK to assess the processes underpinning GHG balance and to provide input data to a model being used to assess the sustainability of different land use transitions. Monthly analysis of soil GHGs shows that carbon dioxide contributes most to the global warming potential of these bioenergy crops, irrespective of transition. Nitrous oxide emissions were low for all crops except arable cropping and methane emissions were very low for all sites. Nearly all sites have shown a significant decrease in CO2 flux from the control land use. Eddy flux approaches, coupled with soil assessments show that for the transition from grassland to SRC willow there is a significant reduction in GHG emissions from soil and a negative net ecosystem exchange due to increased GPP and ecosystem respiration. These results suggest for this land use transition to bioenergy in a UK specific context, there may be a net benefit for ecosystem GHG exchange of transition to bioenergy Finally we are developing a meta-modelling tool to allow land use managers to make location-specific, informed decisions about land use change to bioenergy. This work is based on the Ecosystem Land Use Modelling & Soil Carbon GHG Flux Trial (ELUM) project, which was commissioned and funded by the Energy Technologies Institute (ETI). This project is co-ordinated by the Centre for Ecology & Hydrology (www.elum.ac.uk).

  8. CLE Peptides in Plants: Proteolytic Processing,Structure-Activity Relationship, and Ligand-Receptor Interaction

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    Xiaoming Gao; Yongfeng Guo

    2012-01-01

    Ligand-receptor signaling initiated by the CLAVATA3/ENDOSPERM SURROUNDING REGION (CLE) family peptides is critical in regulating cell division and differentiation in meristematic tissues in plants.Biologically active CLE peptides are released from precursor proteins via proteolytic processing.The mature form of CLE ligands consists of 12-13 amino acids with several post-translational modifications.This review summarizes recent progress toward understanding the proteolytic activities that cleave precursor proteins to release CLE peptides,the molecular structure and function of mature CLE ligands,and interactions between CLE ligands and corresponding leucine-rich repeat (LRR) receptor-like kinases (RLKs).

  9. An auxin responsive CLE gene regulates shoot apical meristem development in Arabidopsis

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    Hongyan eGuo

    2015-05-01

    Full Text Available Plant hormone auxin regulates most, if not all aspects of plant growth and development, including lateral root formation, organ pattering, apical dominance and tropisms. Peptide hormones are peptides with hormone activities. Some of the functions of peptide hormones in regulating plant growth and development are similar to that of auxin, however, the relationship between auxin and peptide hormones remains largely unknown. Here we report the identification of OsCLE48, a rice (Oryza sativa CLE (CLAVATA3/ENDOSPERM SURROUNDING REGION gene, as an auxin response gene, and the functional characterization of OsCLE48 in Arabidopsis and rice. OsCLE48 encodes a CLE peptide hormone that is similar to Arabidopsis CLEs. RT-PCR analysis showed that OsCLE48 was induced by exogenously application of IAA (indole-3-acetic acid, a naturally occurred auxin. Expression of integrated OsCLE48p:GUS reporter gene in transgenic Arabidopsis plants was also induced by exogenously IAA treatment. These results indicate that OsCLE48 is an auxin responsive gene. Histochemical staining showed that GUS activity was detected in all the tissue and organs of the OsCLE48p:GUS transgenic Arabidopsis plants. Expression of OsCLE48 under the control of the 35S promoter in Arabidopsis inhibited shoot apical meristem development. Expression of OsCLE48 under the control of the CLV3 native regulatory elements almost completely complemented clv3-2 mutant phenotypes, suggesting that OsCLE48 is functionally similar to CLV3. On the other hand, expression of OsCLE48 under the control of the 35S promoter in Arabidopsis has little, if any effects on root apical meristem development, and transgenic rice plants overexpressing OsCLE48 are morphologically indistinguishable from wild type plants, suggesting that the functions of some CLE peptides may not be fully conserved in Arabidopsis and rice.

  10. Decision Making in the Connected Learning Environment (CLE

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    Anas Belahcen

    2016-03-01

    Full Text Available In the last years, we have witnessed to an increasingly heightened awareness of the potential benefits of a challenging and promising educational research area : Adaptive Learning [1]. It has become one of the central technologies in education [2] and was recently named, by Gartner, as the number one strategic technology to impact education in 2015 [3]. In fact, adaptive learning systems become more accessible to educational institutions, corporations, and individuals, however, the challenges encountered are more structural and operational rather than technological [4]. While a lot of research has focused on development and evaluation of technological aspects [5], serious questions remain about the motivation of learners [6],[7] and also the design of the content (or domain model [8],[9] including the learner's autonomy issues [9],[10],[11] and the lack of the learner's control [9],[12],[13]. In order to overcome those challenges, we propose CLE “Connected Learning Environment” which is an ubiquitous learning environment [14] that provide to the learners of this generation a learning environment adapted to their expectations and their lifestyle habits and stimulate also their motivation. As a pedagogical approach, CLE adopts the connectivism [15] and take advantage from its benefits (adaptation to the current technological advances [16], management of learning in communities [17], openness with respect to external resources[18], etc. and adapts this approach in a formal context even though the connectivism was conceived as an informal pedagogical approach [19][20]. CLE introduces a new pedagogical process including four phases detailed later (Knowledge construction, Decision making, Validation, Evaluation and the knowledge construction phase is characterized by the collaboration and communication between heterogeneous communities composed of humans and smart objects [14]. However, the ability to distinguish relevant information among the

  11. ADM-CLE approach for detecting slow variables in continuous time Markov chains and dynamic data

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    Cucuringu, Mihai

    2015-01-01

    A method for detecting intrinsic slow variables in high-dimensional stochastic chemical reaction networks is developed and analyzed. It combines anisotropic diffusion maps (ADM) with approximations based on the chemical Langevin equation (CLE). The resulting approach, called ADM-CLE, has the potential of being more efficient than the ADM method for a large class of chemical reaction systems, because it replaces the computationally most expensive step of ADM (running local short bursts of simulations) by using an approximation based on the CLE. The ADM-CLE approach can be used to estimate the stationary distribution of the detected slow variable, without any a-priori knowledge of it. If the conditional distribution of the fast variables can be obtained analytically, then the resulting ADM-CLE approach does not make any use of Monte Carlo simulations to estimate the distributions of both slow and fast variables.

  12. Net ecosystem exchange from five land-use transitions to bioenergy crops from four locations across the UK - The Ecosystem Land Use Modelling & Soil Carbon GHG Flux Trial (ELUM) project.

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    Xenakis, Georgios; Perks, Mike; Harris, Zoe M.; McCalmont, Jon; Rylett, Daniel; Brooks, Milo; Evans, Jonathan G.; Finch, Jon; Rowe, Rebecca; Morrison, Ross; Alberti, Giorgio; Donnison, Ian; Siebicke, Lukas; Morison, James; Taylor, Gail; McNamara, Niall P.

    2016-04-01

    A major part of international agreements on combating climate change is the conversion from a fossil fuel economy to a low carbon economy. Bioenergy crops have been proposed as a way to improve energy security while reducing CO2 emissions to help mitigate the effects of climate change. However, the impact of land-use change from a traditional land use (e.g., arable and grassland) to bioenergy cropping systems on greenhouse gas balance (GHG) and carbon stocks are poorly quantified at this time. The Ecosystem Land Use Modelling & Soil Carbon GHG Flux Trial (ELUM) project was commissioned and funded by the Energy Technologies Institute (ETI) to provide scientific evidence within the UK on a range of land-use conversions (LUC) to bioenergy crops. The ELUM network consists of seven partners investigating five LUCs in four locations including Scotland, Wales, North and South England. Transitions included grasslands to short rotation forestry (SRF), to short rotation coppice willow (SRC) and to Miscanthus and arable to SRC and Miscanthus Measurements of net ecosystem exchange (NEE) along with continuous measurements of meteorological conditions were made at seven sub-sites over a two-year period. Results showed that, over two years, two of the land-uses, a grassland in South England and a grassland conversion to Miscanthus in Wales were net sources of carbon. The greatest carbon sink was into the SRF site in Scotland followed by the SRC willow in South England. The annual terrestrial ecosystem respiration (TER) for the SRC willow in North and South Sussex sites were similar, but the annual GPP at the South England site was about 27% higher than that the North England site. Establishing a long term network will allow us to continue monitoring the effects of land use change on whole ecosystem carbon balance, providing an insight into which types of LUC are suitable for bioenergy cropping in the UK.

  13. Desenvolvimento do porta-enxerto de tangerineira 'Cleópatra' Development of tangerine tree rootstock 'Cleópatra'

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    Maria do Céu Monteiro da Cruz

    2008-06-01

    Full Text Available Perdas por percolação e lixiviação são evidentes em substratos para produção de mudas cítricas, notadamente na primeira fase, antes da repicagem dos porta-enxertos. Assim, o trabalho foi realizado com o objetivo de avaliar os efeitos do polímero hidroabsorvente e do lithothamnium sobre o desenvolvimento da tangerineira 'Cleópatra' até a repicagem. A semeadura foi realizada em tubetes (50 mL contendo substrato comercial, acrescido dos tratamentos: 2 doses de lithothamnium (0 e 5 g L-1 e 5 doses do polímero (0; 15; 30; 45 e 60 g L-1. Foi utilizado o delineamento inteiramente casualizado, em esquema fatorial 5 x 2, com 4 repetições e sete plantas por parcela. Para avaliar o desenvolvimento das mudas, as seguintes características foram determinadas: comprimento da parte aérea e do sistema radicular (cm, número de folhas por planta e matéria seca da parte aérea e das raízes (mg. A incorporação do polímero hidroabsorvente ao substrato favoreceu o desenvolvimento de porta-enxertos de tangerineira 'Cleopatra' na fase inicial de produção. A dose de polímero utilizada não deve ultrapassar 50 g L-1 para evitar o excesso de umidade no substrato e a deficiência de aeração do sistema radicular. A adição do lithothamnium ao substrato de cultivo proporcionou o melhor desenvolvimento das mudas.Losses by percolating and leaching are evident on substrates for citrus seedling production, notably in the initial phase, until rootstock transplant. The research was carried out with the aim of evaluating the effects of hydro-absorbent polymer and lithothamnium on 'Cleópatra' tangerine tree development until transplant. The sowing was done in stiff plastic tubes (50 mL filled up with commercial substrate and treatments: two doses of lithothamnium (0 and 5 g L-1 and five doses of polymer (0, 15, 30, 45 and 60 g L-1. The experimental design was entirely randomized, in a factor arrangement 5 x 2, with four replications and seven plants by

  14. Angels and Degenerates: Artistic Virtuosity and Degeneration Theory in Fin de Siècle Fiction

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    2015-01-01

    The aim in "Angels and Degenerates: Artistic Virtuosity and Degeneration Theory in Fin de Siècle Fiction" is to complicate the popular image of the fin de siècle as uniformly pessimistic by examining the continuities between a range of novelists, as well as other late nineteenth century writers from such disparate fields as psychology and cultural criticism, as they critique degeneration theory. Some of these writers, like Thomas Hardy, H.G. Wells, and Sarah Grand, are typically read as promo...

  15. La famille Richou : de la meunerie à la banque en Anjou (fin XVIIIe siècle-début XXe siècle

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    Claire Steimer

    2007-03-01

    Full Text Available L'étude de la famille Richou de la fin du XVIIIe siècle au début du XXe siècle en Maine-et-Loire s'appuie sur ses propriétés encore conservées : moulins, fermes, châteaux, hôtels particuliers, banque. L'évocation de certains membres de la famille permet de montrer l'évolution d'une famille bourgeoise au cours du XIXe siècle, marqué par les révolutions agricoles et industrielles. Les Richou se sont ainsi illustrés tout d'abord dans la meunerie, participant activement à la modernisation de cette activité et au développement des minoteries modernes. Ils ont également conforté leur situation avec l'achat de nombreuses terres et la construction ou le réaménagement de fermes répondant aux nouveaux critères productifs et hygiénistes de la 2e moitié du XIXe siècle. Enfin, ils sont à l'origine d'une des premières banques angevines. A travers cette famille, ce sont donc les grands pôles d'activité du XIXe siècle qui sont étudiés (agriculture, industrie, commerce ainsi que leurs témoins architecturaux préservés.This study of the Richou family, from the end of the 18th century up to the beginning of the 20th, is based on the analysis of the family’s properties which still exist in the Maine-et-Loire department: mills, farms, chateaux, town houses and bank. A closer examination of certain members of the family illustrates the evolution of a bourgeois dynasty during the 19th century characterised by its agricultural and industrial revolutions. The Richous first came to the fore as millers, actively participating in the modernisation of milling techniques and constructing modern industrial flourmills. They consolidated their wealth by land purchases and the construction or modernisation of farm buildings corresponding with the new criteria of agricultural production and hygiene during the second half of the 19th century. Finally, the Richous were at the origins of one of the first banking houses in the Anjou region. The

  16. Leadership in Modern Times: Reflections on Yves Cohen's Le siècle des chefs

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    M. Föllmer

    2014-01-01

    This review article discusses Yves Cohen’s recent book Le siècle des chefs: Une histoire transnationale du commandement et de l’autorité (1890-1940 ). Cohen provides an extensive analysis of discourses on leadership in France, the Soviet Union, Germany and the United States. He also studies how lead

  17. Formation and Functions of the Corneocyte Lipid Envelope (CLE)☆

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    Elias, Peter M.; Gruber, Robert; Crumrine, Debra; Menon, Gopinathan; Williams, Mary L; Wakefield, Joan S.; Holleran, Walter M.; Uchida, Yoshikazu

    2013-01-01

    Corneocytes in mammalian stratum corneum are surrounded by a monolayer of covalently bound ω-OH-ceramides that form the corneocyte (-bound) lipid envelope (CLE). We review here the structure, composition, and possible functions of this structure, with insights provided by inherited and acquired disorders of lipid metabolism. PMID:24076475

  18. Les voyageurs anglais en Irlande au XVIIIe siècle

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    Dubois, Claire

    2015-01-01

    Cet article se propose d’étudier l’évolution de la représentation de l’Irlande dans les récits de voyage au XVIIIe siècle. Au XVIIe siècle, les récits de voyage mettent en avant les éléments de la société irlandaise confirmant le stéréotype de l’Irlandais paresseux et violent, notamment après le soulèvement de 1641 en Ulster. Lorsque la peur d’une possible rébellion catholique s’estompe peu à peu, de nouveaux voyageurs tentent l’aventure et ...

  19. La publicité des artisans en France au XXème siècle

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    2008-01-01

    Les artisans sont généralement considérés comme des entrepreneurs qui ne font pas de publicité. La façon dont s'est organisée la profession publicitaire au début du XXème siècle tend à les reléguer hors de ce champ. Pourtant, il existe bien une communication commerciale des artisans. Pour exister dans leur espace, ceux-ci communiquent par des moyens qui se diversifient au cours du XXème siècle (enseignes, documents commerciaux, encarts...). Cette communication a ses thématiques propres. Avec ...

  20. hCLE/C14orf166 associates with DDX1-HSPC117-FAM98B in a novel transcription-dependent shuttling RNA-transporting complex.

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    Alicia Pérez-González

    Full Text Available hCLE/C14orf166 is a nuclear and cytoplasmic protein that interacts with the RNAP II, modulates nuclear RNA metabolism and is present in cytoplasmic RNA granules involved in localized translation. Here we have studied whether hCLE shares common interactors in the nucleus and the cytosol, which could shed light on its participation in the sequential phases of RNA metabolism. Nuclear and cytoplasmic purified hCLE-associated factors were identified and proteins involved in mRNA metabolism, motor-related proteins, cytoskeletal and translation-related factors were found. Purified hCLE complexes also contain RNAs and as expected some hCLE-interacting proteins (DDX1, HSPC117, FAM98B were found both in the nucleus and the cytoplasm. Moreover, endogenous hCLE fractionates in protein complexes together with DDX1, HSPC117 and FAM98B and silencing of hCLE down-regulates their nuclear and cytosolic accumulation levels. Using a photoactivatable hCLE-GFP protein, nuclear import and export of hCLE was observed indicating that hCLE is a shuttling protein. Interestingly, hCLE nuclear import required active transcription, as did the import of DDX1, HSPC117 and FAM98B proteins. The data indicate that hCLE probably as a complex with DDX1, HSPC117 and FAM98B shuttles between the nucleus and the cytoplasm transporting RNAs suggesting that this complex has a prominent role on nuclear and cytoplasmic RNA fate.

  1. LIMNOLOGY, LAKE BASINS, LAKE WATERS

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    Petre GÂŞTESCU

    2009-06-01

    Full Text Available Limnology is a border discipline between geography, hydrology and biology, and is also closely connected with other sciences, from it borrows research methods. Physical limnology (the geography of lakes, studies lake biotopes, and biological limnology (the biology of lakes, studies lake biocoenoses. The father of limnology is the Swiss scientist F.A. Forel, the author of a three-volume entitled Le Leman: monographie limnologique (1892-1904, which focuses on the geology physics, chemistry and biology of lakes. He was also author of the first textbook of limnology, Handbuch der Seenkunde: allgemeine Limnologie,(1901. Since both the lake biotope and its biohydrocoenosis make up a single whole, the lake and lakes, respectively, represent the most typical systems in nature. They could be called limnosystems (lacustrine ecosystems, a microcosm in itself, as the American biologist St.A. Forbes put it (1887.

  2. Orientierungskrise und der Diskurs der Gewalt im Fin de Siècle

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    António Ribeiro

    2002-11-01

    Full Text Available Die Ritualisierung der Gewalt in der Figur des Opfers bildet ein entscheidendes ästhetisches Verfahren in der Literatur des Fin de Siècle. Das Buch analysiert die Bedeutung des Opfermotivs in Werken von Hofmannsthal, Rilke, Borchardt, Flaubert, Wilde, George und D’Annunzio. Es gelingt dem Verfasser, eindrucksvoll zu belegen, dass die Ideologie des Opfers eng mit einem gender-spezifischen Machtgefüge zusammenhängt, in dessen Kontext eine verunsicherte Männlichkeit Wege nach einer erneuten Stabilisierung von Identität sucht.

  3. Le mobilier domestique à Lille au XVIIe siècle

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    Odile Canneva-Tétu

    2012-04-01

    Full Text Available L'exposition « Lille au XVIIe siècle » présentée au musée des Beaux-Arts de Lille du 15 septembre au 27 décembre 2000 a fourni l'occasion de dresser un premier état des connaissances sur le mobilier civil lillois entre 1600 et 1715. Ce court essai s'appuie sur quelques exemples recensés dans les collections publiques lilloises.

  4. Beyrouth, le Mont-Liban et ses environs au xixe siècle : pratiques de l’espace

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    Eddé, Carla

    2013-01-01

    Note portant sur l’auteur Beyrouth à la fin du xviiie siècle n’est encore qu’une bourgade retranchée dans ses murailles ne comptant que quelques milliers d’habitants, une « mauvaise place condamnée à le rester » selon le voyageur Volney. Mais, la reprise du commerce avec l’Europe industrielle au cours du xixe siècle modifie les rapports entre les villes levantines. Ces bouleversements sont particulièrement favorables à Beyrouth qui est progressivement intégrée dans les circuits de l’économie-...

  5. "Palabras de la Ciencia": Pedro Castera and Scientific Writing in Mexico's "Fin de Siècle"

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    del Pilar Blanco, María

    2014-01-01

    This essay explores the career of the understudied writer Pedro Castera (1846-1906), who is regarded as one of the first practitioners of science fiction in Mexico. A man of many talents, Castera is one of the most eccentric and eclectic figures in the intellectual life of fin-de-siècle Mexico City. His career took many turns: While during…

  6. L'Achkharhatsouits œuvre géographique arménienne du Ve siècle

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    Babken HAROUTIOUNIAN

    1994-01-01

    À travers l’examen de manuscrits conservés au Maténadaran, une analyse détaillée des origines et du contenu d’une œuvre géographique arménienne du Ve siècle du notre ère, l’Achkharhatsouits.

  7. "Palabras de la Ciencia": Pedro Castera and Scientific Writing in Mexico's "Fin de Siècle"

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    del Pilar Blanco, María

    2014-01-01

    This essay explores the career of the understudied writer Pedro Castera (1846-1906), who is regarded as one of the first practitioners of science fiction in Mexico. A man of many talents, Castera is one of the most eccentric and eclectic figures in the intellectual life of fin-de-siècle Mexico City. His career took many turns: While during…

  8. Le mobilier du XVIIe siècle dans la cathédrale de Cavaillon

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    Françoise Reynier

    2012-04-01

    Full Text Available De l'extérieur, rien ne laisse présager l'abondance et la richesse du mobilier conservé dans la cathédrale Saint-Véran. En effet, la majeure partie de l'édifice, du XIIe siècle, est noyée dans diverses adjonctions qui empêchent toute lisibilité immédiate. Nous ne sommes pas en face d'une construction homogène répondant à un programme alors que c'est précisément cette notion de programme qui peut s'appliquer à la plupart de ses décors intérieurs, notamment ceux de la seconde moitié du XVIIe si...

  9. Du caricatural dans l’art du xxe siècle

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    Tillier, Bertrand

    2014-01-01

    L’histoire de l’art n’a que tardivement intégré la caricature du xxe siècle dans son champ d’étude, en dépit de sa diffusion croissante. Cet objet a longtemps passé pour partisan et utilitaire, ingrat et régressif, sans grande valeur artistique. Les historiens – des sensibilités et de la culture –, les sociologues, les anthropologues, les politistes et les sémiologues ont donc été les premiers à l’interroger comme archive ou document, mais sans toujours s’intéresser à sa structure graphique o...

  10. Padoue et son contado (Xe-XIIIe siècle)

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    Rippe, Gérard

    2013-01-01

    L'ouvrage traite d’un objet classique – une cité et son contado – à l’aide des concepts mis au point par l’historiographie récente. Après avoir décrit le cadre territorial hérité de l’Antiquité et du haut Moyen Âge, elle analyse l’évolution de ce territoire et de ses institutions du Xe au XIIe siècle, notamment la naissance et la constitution d’une société féodale à laquelle s’intègrent même les « arimanni » , puis l’« incastellamento » et sa signification démographique et politique, enfin l’...

  11. Élégie fin de siècle et mort du lyrisme

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    Hugues Laroche

    2012-08-01

    Full Text Available Après les années romantiques qui semblent en marquer l’apogée, l’élégie de la deuxième moitié du XIXe siècle peut apparaître comme un genre suranné et nettement moins revendiqué. Elle entre pourtant en résonance avec le motif de la mort du poète ou de la poésie, motif d’abord romantique mais dont l’urgence frappe encore davantage les post-romantiques : que dire encore après les chefs d’œuvre élégiaques de la 1re moitié du siècle ? Rien d’autre sans doute que la disparition programmée du lyrisme élégiaque et personnel. Le « je » s’en va et n’a de cesse, des sonnets-tombeaux de Mallarmé aux Élégies de Verlaine en passant par les Complaintes de Laforgue, que d’exposer sa misère en transformant, dans une sorte d’alchimie du verbe, la disparition du lyrisme en lyrisme de la disparition. Et, de ce point de vue, la référence à l’élégie comme « chant de deuil » est inévitable.

  12. Un siècle de chantiers d’églises en Charente-Maritime

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    Yves Blomme

    2012-04-01

    Full Text Available Durant le XXe siècle, les chantiers d’églises suivent en Charente-Maritime une évolution que l’on pourrait retrouver en maints autres diocèses français. Une fois passés de mode les styles néo-gothique et néoroman, la modernité éclate dans l’entre-deux-guerres, avec une église très Art déco à La Rochelle. Puis ce sont les réparations des ruines causées par la guerre, illustrées surtout par Notre-Dame de Royan. Dans les années 1950 et 1960, de nombreux lieux de culte, souvent modestes, voient le jour. Le mouvement s’arrête brusquement en 1971. Il reprendra cependant à la fin du siècle au travers de deux ou trois réalisations marquées par ce qu’on a appelé la post-modernité.During the XXth century, the construction sites of churches follow in Charente-Maritime an evolution which we could find in many other French dioceses. Once past the neogothic and neo-Romanic styles, the modernity bursts in the interwar period with a church very « art deco » in La Rochelle. Then they are the repairs of ruins caused by the war, illustrated especially by Notre-Dame de Royan. In the 1950s and 1960s, numerous places of worship, often modest, are born. The movement stops abruptly in 1971. It will resume however at the end of the century through two or three realizations marked by what we called the post-modernity.

  13. Playa Lakes

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  14. Sodome à Paris : protohistoire de l’homosexualité masculine, fin XVIII– milieu XIXe siècle

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    Thierry Pastorello

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    Full Text Available Alain Corbin, dans une étude intitulée L’Harmonie des plaisirs : les manières de jouir du siècle des lumières à l’avènement de la sexologie, note en ce qui concerne la période étudiée l’obligation d’oublier les concepts forgés par la sexologie. Pourtant, si la construction de l’homosexualité ne peut être envisagée avant la fin du XIXe siècle, les sentiments dits homosexuels furent antérieurement perçus à travers certains critères. Les hommes pratiquant ces rapports affectifs et sexuels eurent...

  15. Sentiment amoureux et homosexualité au XIIe siècle : entre dilemme et malédiction

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    2006-01-01

    International audience; A partir de l'exemple du cistercien anglais Aelred de Rievaulx, l'article montre comment le XIIe siècle a entrevu la possibilité d'un modèle amoureux entre personnes de même sexe, aussitôt refermé en raison d'une crispation grandissante à l'encontre de l'homosexualité.

  16. La sauvegarde des grandes oeuvres de l'ingénierie du XXème siècle

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    Consacré à la sauvegarde des grandes oeuvres de l’ingénierie du XXe siècle, ce premier numéro des Cahiers du TSAM explore le devenir de certaines des plus remarquables et emblématiques structures en béton du siècle passé. A travers les fi gures d’héroïques constructeurs, il interroge l’héritage construit des ingénieurs, convoquant les plus audacieux d’entre eux (Freyssinet, Isler, Maillart, Nervi, Vierendeel, etc.). Alors que la sauvegarde de l’architecture du XXe siècle s’est récemment constituée en discipline à part entière, la préservation des ouvrages de l’ingénierie de cette période est encore balbutiante. Considérés trop souvent sous le seul point de vue de la sécurité ou de la maintenance, ces ouvrages s’avèrent parfois de véritables chefs-d’oeuvre, jalons d’un «art de l’ingénieur» à la frontière entre performance technique et beauté plastique. Ces cahiers sont donc l’occasion d’initier, à l’appui d’exemples et de projets de sauvegarde con...

  17. Les Nobel juifs de chimie le partage du savoir au XX siècle

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    2010-01-01

    L'un des traits marquants et remarquables des Juifs tout au long de leur histoire, plusieurs fois millénaire, a été leur créativité dans tous les domaines, en particulier dans le domaine scientifique. Ils ont participé de façon impressionnante à la remise en cause des valeurs, au démantèlement des dogmes et à l'irruption des forces cachées. On peut d'emblée souligner que la contribution des Juifs à la science a été sans commune mesure avec le pourcentage de la population qu'ils représentent. Cela reste vrai pour la chimie du XXe siècle. A travers la vie et l'oeuvre de 23 prix Nobel de chimie, l'auteur nous livre une histoire passionnante de ces hommes, biens souvent des exilés et d'origine modeste. dont la science fut leur vocation et le partage du savoir leur crédo.

  18. Influential Force: Shafts and the Diffusion of Knowledge at the Fin de Siécle

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    Matthew Beaumont

    2006-10-01

    Full Text Available The feminist journal 'Shafts', which ran from 1892 to 1899, edited by Margaret Shurmer Sibthorp, was an important forum for the discussion of women's oppression and liberation at the fin de siécle - though it has received comparatively little scholarly attention. In this article I outline the significance of Shafts' sometimes contradictory contribution to the social and political debates of the period, focusing in particular on the convergence of enlightenment and anti-enlightenment discourses in its pages. The relationship of these discourses is knotted together around the concept of ‘influential force', which is of signal importance to the argument of the opening article of the journal's inaugural issue, entitled ‘Shafts of Thought'. I contend that, to the main contributors of 'Shafts', the metaphorical significance of the notion of ‘influential force', which draws on contemporaneous scientific and spiritualist theories, lies in its capacity for reconceptualising the social and intellectual relations that obtain, at the end of the nineteenth century, among the readers of a progressive periodical.

  19. Short Exogenous Peptides Regulate Expression of CLE, KNOX1, and GRF Family Genes in Nicotiana tabacum.

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    Fedoreyeva, L I; Dilovarova, T A; Ashapkin, V V; Martirosyan, Yu Ts; Khavinson, V Kh; Kharchenko, P N; Vanyushin, B F

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    Exogenous short biologically active peptides epitalon (Ala-Glu-Asp-Gly), bronchogen (Ala-Glu-Asp-Leu), and vilon (Lys-Glu) at concentrations 10(-7)-10(-9) M significantly influence growth, development, and differentiation of tobacco (Nicotiana tabacum) callus cultures. Epitalon and bronchogen, in particular, both increase growth of calluses and stimulate formation and growth of leaves in plant regenerants. Because the regulatory activity of the short peptides appears at low peptide concentrations, their action to some extent is like that of the activity of phytohormones, and it seems to have signaling character and epigenetic nature. The investigated peptides modulate in tobacco cells the expression of genes including genes responsible for tissue formation and cell differentiation. These peptides differently modulate expression of CLE family genes coding for known endogenous regulatory peptides, the KNOX1 genes (transcription factor genes) and GRF (growth regulatory factor) genes coding for respective DNA-binding proteins such as topoisomerases, nucleases, and others. Thus, at the level of transcription, plants have a system of short peptide regulation of formation of long-known peptide regulators of growth and development. The peptides studied here may be related to a new generation of plant growth regulators. They can be used in the experimental botany, plant molecular biology, biotechnology, and practical agronomy.

  20. Un diplomate dans le siècle souvenirs et anecdotes

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    de Rose, François

    2014-01-01

    Diplomate français, François de Rose a connu une vie tout à fait extraordinaire. S'il a représenté la France à la Commission des Nations Unies pour le contrôle de l'énergie atomique, il fut aussi l'un des créateurs du CERN, Centre européen pour la recherche nucléaire. Ce livre est un bouquet d'impressions où s'entremêlent la politique, l'évolution de la société et des considérations plus privées. Avec beaucoup d'esprit et de complaisance, François de Rose nous fait revivre les rencontres qui ont ponctué sa vie. C'est ainsi qu'en 1946, il fait la connaissance de Robert Oppenheimer, le scientifique le plus célèbre de cette époque, responsable de la mise au point de l'arme nucléaire, mais également de Henry Kissinger, David Rockefeller, Isidor Isaac Rabi, le général de Gaulle, Albert Einstein. Un parcours très original qui offre un regard éclairé sur le XXe siècle, l'évolution de la recherche scientifique et sur notre époque contemporaine.

  1. La bande dessinée en Belgique francophone au XIXe siècle

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    Frédéric Paques

    2012-02-01

    Full Text Available La Belgique a une grande tradition de production de bandes dessinées et reconnaît le neuvième art comme l’un des fleurons de sa culture nationale. Pourtant, la plupart des livres traitant d’histoire de la bande dessinée dans ce pays ignorent totalement l’époque pré-hergéenne. Et pour cause, la production de bande dessinée en Belgique est à la fois relativement peu nombreuse et, pour une bonne part, tributaire de l’influence étrangère. De plus, les bandes dessinées présentant du texte sous l’image ont longtemps été complètement ignorées par les historiens du sujet. Cet article se propose de rechercher les diverses apparitions de séquences d’images au XIXe siècle et de les contextualiser. Nombre des exemples que nous avons trouvés constituent des expériences sans lendemain, produites dans des contextes différents de celui qui donnera naissance à la bande dessinée belge de l’âge d’or : trouver une filiation directe n’était pas notre but premier. Pourtant, du Déluge à Bruxelles créé en 1843 par Richard de Querelles aux images populaires du Liégeois Georges Ista, juste avant la première guerre mondiale, la bande dessinée belge au XIXe siècle se révèle au final d’une richesse et d’un intérêt insoupçonnés jusqu’ici.Belgium has a great tradition of production of comic strips and recognizes the 9th art as one of the jewels of its national culture. Nevertheless, most of the books dealing with history of the comic strip in this country ignore totally the time before Hergé. For a good reasons : the production of comic strip in Belgium is relatively rare and, largely, dependent on the foreign influence. Furthermore, comic strips presenting text under the image were completely ignored for a long time by the historians of the subject. What we suggested making in our work, is looking for the diverse appearances of sequences of images through time and contextualise them. Number of the examples

  2. La chimie du XVIIe siècle : une question de principes

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    Rémi Franckowiak

    2008-04-01

    Full Text Available Le tournant du XVIIe au XVIIIe siècle est une période décisive pour l’histoire de la chimie qui passe de la reconnaissance institutionnelle à la contestation de son fondement théorique, pour apparaître au final comme la seule partie de la Physique à pouvoir prétendre atteindre la « vérité certaine ». Ce qui se joue alors n’est rien de moins que la redéfinition de ses principes, à savoir son socle de vérités sur lequel s’appuie la science chimique. Cette période est en fait la dernière étape de l’évolution du rapport entre les deux dimensions – théorique et pratique – dans lesquelles se déploie la chimie, qui a vu, par le développement de l’usage des principes dits seconds, l’ensemble des principes chimiques entrainé vers un réalisme empirique, ayant pour effet d’ôter de la chimie toute cohérence théorique. Aussi l’apparition du mécanisme – pas plus celui de Boyle – n’est-il en réalité responsable du bouleversement que connaît la chimie ; elle n’est pas davantage responsable de sa régénération au tout début du XVIIIe siècle. La conscience de la faiblesse théorique de la chimie va devenir pour elle promesse de vigueur théorique sur la base de ce qui représente sa force : l’expérience. À la suite de la perte de ce qui fut certitude, le chimiste devient un être à ré-instruire. Un chimiste tel que Samuel Cottereau Du Clos illustre parfaitement le passage d’une science chimique comme connaissance des principes à une chimie comme science cette fois du vraisemblable.The last decades of 17th century represent a decisive period for the history of Chemistry which switched from institutional recognition to dispute of its theoretical basis, to seem finally, during the very first years of the next century, the only part of Physics being able to claim reaching the “unquestionable truth”. What did happen then is nothing less than the redefinition of principles of Chemistry

  3. Archives d’architectes et églises du XXe siècle

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    Simon Texier

    2012-05-01

    Full Text Available Depuis une vingtaine d’années, les archives d’architecture du XXe siècle, conservées au sein de la Cité de l’architecture et du patrimoine, ont été le support d’une considérable avancée de la recherche. L’architecture religieuse en a elle aussi bénéficié ; elle n’en souffre pas moins toujours d’un certain retard, et ce malgré l’extrême richesse des fonds d’architectes ou d’entrepreneurs. L’importance des études préparatoires et des projets non réalisés ou le développement massif de la construction d’édifices religieux après 1945 comptent parmi les axes des recherches possibles.Over the past twenty years, the 20th-century architectural archives held today at the Cité de l’Architecture et du Patrimoine have underpinned considerable progress in research in the history of architecture. Religious architecture has also benefited from this progress, although, despite the considerable interest of the archives of certain architects or building firms, studies in this particular field are still lacking,. Amongst the new research directions that can be suggested today, this article draws attention to two fields: the study of preliminary projects and of projects that, in the end, were not carried out, and the massive development of new religious building after 1945.

  4. Bathymetry of Lake Ontario

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  5. Bathymetry of Lake Michigan

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    NSGIC GIS Inventory (aka Ramona) — This layer shows only attaining lakes of the Integrated List. The Lakes Integrated List represents lake assessments in an integrated format for the Clean Water Act...

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    National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, Department of Commerce — Bathymetry of Lakes Michigan, Erie, Saint Clair, Ontario and Huron has been compiled as a component of a NOAA project to rescue Great Lakes lake floor geological and...

  8. Bathymetry of Lake Superior

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    National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, Department of Commerce — Bathymetry of Lake Superior has been compiled as a component of a NOAA project to rescue Great Lakes lake floor geological and geophysical data and make it more...

  9. Designated Wildlife Lakes - points

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    Minnesota Department of Natural Resources — This is a point shapefile of Designated Wildlife Lakes in Minnesota. This shapefile was created by converting lake polygons from the Designated Wildlife Lakes...

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    Federal Laboratory Consortium — Since 1927, Great Lakes Science Center (GLSC) research has provided critical information for the sound management of Great Lakes fish populations and other important...

  12. Determinação de metodologia para oisolamento de protoplastos de tangerina Cleópatra (Citrus reshni Hort.)

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    OLIVEIRA, R.P. de; Mendes,B.M.J.; Tulmann Neto,A.

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    A hibridação somática via fusão de protoplastos vem sendo utilizada no melhoramento de porta-enxertos de citros em diversos países. Nos Estados Unidos, vários estudos demonstram a eficiência de procedimentos no isolamento e cultivo de protoplastos dessa frutífera. O presente trabalho foi realizado com o objetivo de avaliar o efeito do meio de cultivo de calos embriogênicos do porta-enxerto tangerina Cleópatra (Citrus reshni Hort.) sobre o isolamento de protoplastos, bem como sugerir alteraçõe...

  13. Neurosyphilitics and madmen: The French fin-de-siècle fictions of Huysmans, Lermina, and Maupassant.

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    Goulet, Andrea

    2013-01-01

    This chapter considers a neurological approach to analyzing the decadent and fantastic fictions of the French fin-de-siècle. It focuses on three texts whose depictions of male nervosism were influenced by Charles Baudelaire's biography of Edgar Allan Poe and by contemporary medical discourses, including those of Jean-Martin Charcot and George Miller Beard: Joris-Karl Huysmans' À Rebours (1884), Jules Lermina's Les Fous (1885), and Guy de Maupassant's Le Horlà (1885-1887). Although these authors were philosophically antipositivist and antimaterialist, they used scientific theories of neurasthenia, neurodegeneration, and visual hallucination to probe the frontiers between body and spirit, the known and the unknowable.

  14. Orhan Pamuk lecteur des écrivains voyageurs français à Constantinople au XIXe siècle

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    Moussa, Sarga

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    En dialoguant, dans Istanbul. Souvenirs d'une ville (trad. fr. Gallimard, 2007), avec des écrivains européens du XIXe siècle, le romancier turc Orhan Pamuk nous oblige à repenser la question de l'« orientalisme », en portant sur ces derniers un regard « oriental », d'ailleurs médiatisé par deux autres écrivains turcs, Yahya Kemal et Ahmet Hamdi Tanpinar. Mais Pamuk, comme ces derniers, est aussi nourri de culture occidentale, et il affirme lui-même que c'est en lisant les récits des voyageurs...

  15. Orientierungskrise und der Diskurs der Gewalt im Fin de Siècle Crisis of Orientation and the Discourse of Violence of the Fin de Siècle

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    António Ribeiro

    2002-11-01

    Full Text Available Die Ritualisierung der Gewalt in der Figur des Opfers bildet ein entscheidendes ästhetisches Verfahren in der Literatur des Fin de Siècle. Das Buch analysiert die Bedeutung des Opfermotivs in Werken von Hofmannsthal, Rilke, Borchardt, Flaubert, Wilde, George und D’Annunzio. Es gelingt dem Verfasser, eindrucksvoll zu belegen, dass die Ideologie des Opfers eng mit einem gender-spezifischen Machtgefüge zusammenhängt, in dessen Kontext eine verunsicherte Männlichkeit Wege nach einer erneuten Stabilisierung von Identität sucht.The ritualisation of violence through the character of the victim represents an important aesthetic procedure in fin de siècle literature. Brittnacher’s work investigates the meaning of the motive of victimization in the works of Hofmannsthal, Rilke, Borchardt, Flaubert, Wilde, George, and D’Annunzio. Brittnacher succeeds at documenting that the ideology of victimization is closely linked to a gender-specific system of power in which males, unsure of their mascuilinity, look for ways to stabilize their identities.

  16. L'exploitation du domaine des Templiers en Roussillon au XIIIᵉ siècle

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    Verdón, Laure

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    Full Text Available The big "cartulaire" of the Mas Déu and the existence of a "capbreu" written in 1264 allow to study the running of the Templars's possessions in Roussillon during the Xlllth century. Cereals, grown in the central plain, were mostly produced by lands cultivated by domestics and salaried employees; parcels of land rented to peasants represented a minimal part of the Templars's incomes. Templars have also, as they did in other countries, encouraged the growth of vineyards; but in this area, this product didn't become a speculative one. We can, at last, have some informations about the Templar's herd and the way it was runned, thanks to the notarial documents. The Templars seemed to have the habit to sell sheeps and wool to some craftsmen of Perpignan and, by this way, they took part of the development of cloth industry in this town.[fr] L'exploitation du vaste domaine constitué par les Templiers en Roussillon (sept maisons dépendent de la commanderie du Mas Déu; elles couvrent les terroirs de la plaine, du Gonflent, du Vallespir et du Fenouillèdes peut être étudiée grâce au cartulaire des Templiers du Mas Déu, composé à la fin du XIIIᵉ siècle, ainsi qu'à un terrier (capbreu daté de 1264. La plaine fournit à l'ordre des ressources céréalières (orge provenant essentiellement de l'exploitation de terres en faire-valoir direct: la seigneurie templière est fondée sur la réserve, la rente tirée des tenures ne constituant qu'une ressource de complément. Le Temple, à la suite d'une politique de bonification des étangs de la plaine, encourage également la culture de la vigne, qui ne devient pas pour autant une culture spéculative. Les sources notariales permettent, enfin, de combler une lacune de la documentation templière: celle relative aux revenus de l'élevage. Le Temple a acquis de nombreux pâturages, il possède un troupeau composite, en grande partie ovin, qu'il exploite en vendant bêtes et laine à des artisans de

  17. Du féminin dans les discours militaires au XVIIIe siècle

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    Naoko Seriu

    2007-11-01

    Full Text Available Inventer une nouvelle figure du soldat est un enjeu des réformes militaires dans la seconde moitié du XVIIIe siècle. Répondant à la volonté réformatrice des ministres, les officiers rédigent des mémoires sur ce que doit être l'homme de troupe. En marge de ces écrits, apparaissent des propos qui condamnent sévèrement les femmes, considérées comme ennemies de la discipline. La figure féminine peut également servir à stigmatiser les soldats indignes qu'il conviendrait d'habiller en femme. En faisant écho au débat sur le luxe, les officiers produisent un discours qui dévalorise les femmes, séparées d'emblée du reste de l'humanité. Si telle est la configuration qui ressort du discours, qu'en est-il des pratiques ? A travers l'analyse de quelques récits de vie militaire - émanant d'officiers et soldats - il est question de montrer comment cette catégorisation fonctionne d'une manière opératoire, l'évocation seule des femmes pouvant assurer la cohésion de cette société d'hommes.The invention of a new figure of the soldier was at stake in the military reforms of the second half of the eighteenth century. In response to the reform efforts of the ministers of war, officers wrote memoranda about what a soldier should be. At the margins of these proposals, one finds comments that denounce women as enemies of discipline. The feminine figure also appears in the denunciation of unworthy soldiers who should then be dressed as female. Echoing the debate on luxury, officers produced discourses that degrade women and situate them outside the pale of humanity. To what extent is this denunication within military discourse present in actual practice? Through the analysis of accounts and stories about military life, from both officiers and soldiers, this article demonstrates how this categorization functioned, and how the mere mentioning of woman ensured the cohesion of this male society.

  18. Les réseaux d’investissement dans le thermalisme au XIXe siècle en France

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    Full Text Available Le XIXe siècle est le siècle de la « fièvre thermale » en France. Pour permettre cet extraordinaire développement, l’argent est nécessaire. La station thermale apparaît comme un eldorado où la fortune est à portée de la main. Cette fortune n’est pourtant pas si facile à obtenir, la gestion thermale est ingrate, et les centaines de villes d’eaux françaises ne peuvent pas toutes obtenir un succès comparable à celui de Vichy ou d’Aix-les-Bains. Le thermalisme français est diversité, diversité dans les réussites, diversité dans les types de gestion (de la gestion étatique à la gestion privée, diversité dans sa fréquentation, diversité dans ses périodes de développement, diversité dans les moyens de son financement. Etudier l’importance ou au contraire la rareté des réseaux d’investissement dans le thermalisme permet de lever une partie du voile de l’histoire encore bien mystérieuse des villes d’eaux françaises.

  19. Bathymetry of Lake Erie and Lake Saint Clair

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  20. Obtenção de híbridos somáticos de limão 'Cravo' e tangerina 'Cleópatra' Somatic hybridization between 'Rangpur' lime and 'Cleópatra' mandarin

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    Rodrigo Rocha Latado

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    Full Text Available Este trabalho teve como objetivo a obtenção de híbridos somáticos entre o limão 'Cravo' (Citrus limonia Osbeck e a tangerina 'Cleópatra' (Citrus reshni Hort., para serem usados como porta-enxertos de citros. O limão 'Cravo' é atualmente o principal porta-enxerto comercial utilizado no Brasil, em virtude de suas boas qualidades agronômicas. Entretanto, é suscetível ao "declínio" dos citros, doença responsável pela eliminação anual de milhões de plantas cítricas no Brasil. A tangerina 'Cleópatra' é uma espécie bastante utilizada como porta-enxerto em outros países e tem sido descrita na literatura como tolerante ao "declínio". Protoplastos de suspensões celulares embriogênicas e protoplastos derivados de tecidos foliares foram utilizados para fusão com solução de PEG (50% e posterior cultivo em agarose. A porcentagem de obtenção de células híbridas interespecíficas logo após a fusão, variou entre 5,1% e 6,8%. Foram obtidas mais de 500 plantas a partir de produtos de fusão cultivados em gotas de agarose. No total de 180 plantas avaliadas, 11 híbridos somáticos foram discriminados e confirmados, utilizando-se marcadores moleculares RAPD e isoenzimáticos (sistemas PO, IDH e PGI. Seis plantas foram aclimatizadas, plantadas no solo e estão sendo multiplicadas por estaquia para avaliação futura como porta-enxertos de citros.The aim of this work was to obtain somatic hybrids between 'Rangpur' lime (Citrus limonia Osbeck and 'Cleópatra' mandarin (Citrus reshni Hort., to be used as a citrus rootstock. 'Rangpur' lime is the most important Brazilian citrus rootstock due to its higher horticultural performance. Nevertheless, this species is susceptible to blight disease, which is responsible for the death of millions of productive trees per year in Brazil. 'Cleópatra' mandarin has become an increasingly important rootstock in other countries and has been reported as being tolerant to citrus blight disease. Leaf

  1. L'État et l'Église en Serbie au XIIIe siècle

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    Kalić Jovanka

    2009-01-01

    Full Text Available (francuski Ce texte reprend l'introduction d'une communication présentée lors de la Conférence international organisée a Belgrad en 2008, sous l'intitule 'La réciprocité serbo-bulgare dans le monde byzantin du XIIIe siècle'. L'auteur de cette communication observe les rapports entre l'Etat et l'Eglise au sein de la Serbie dans le cadre plus large de la scène internationale au lendemain de la prise de Constantinople (1204 lors de la IVe croisade et durant la longue éclipse de l'Empire grec byzantin qui se solda par une profonde modification de l'espace des Balkans. Sans avoir joué un rôle significatif dans l'avènement même de cette politique à leurs frontières, la Serbie et la Bulgarie ont été contraintes de s'y adapter. C'est alors que ces Etats établissent d'intenses relations avec le monde occidental. L'un comme l'autre accèdent au rang de monarchie grâce aux couronnes royales respectivement envoyées par le pape Innocent III pour la Bulgarie, et Honorius III pour la Serbie (1217. Selon des conceptions de l'époque, un tel acte équivalait à une reconnaissance politique internationale. S'agissant de la Serbie l'auteur montre toutefois que l'établissement de relations soutenues avec le monde occidental, et ce avant tout avec les pays d'Europe centrale (Hongrie, Moravie, Allemagne, Pologne était déjà antérieur à 1204. Puis, il en vient a l'observation des rapports entre l'Etat et l'Eglise dans les terres serbes sur les bases des listes recensant les évêchés de Eglise orthodoxe serbe. Une place importante revient ici aux Notitiae episcopatuum du XIIIe siècle. Datant de l'époque de Saint Sava, la plus ancienne liste est conservée dans la Collection des actes juridiques du monastère de Krušedol, alors que la seconde remonte à l'époque du roi Stefan Milutin et de l'évêque Nikodim, soit au debut du XIVe siècle. Ces listes des évêchés montrent que l'organisation de l'Eglise suivait le développement de l'Etat.

  2. In planta processing and glycosylation of a nematode CLE effector and its interaction with a CLV2-like receptor to promote parasitism

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    Like other biotrophic plant pathogens, plant-parasitic nematodes secrete effector proteins into host cells to facilitate infection. Effector proteins that mimic plant CLAVATA3/ESR (CLE)-like proteins have been identified in several cyst nematodes including the potato cyst nematode (PCN); however, th...

  3. Rival Readings of Hegel at the "fin de siècle": The Case of William Torrey Harris and John Dewey

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    Johnston, James Scott

    2013-01-01

    William Torrey Harris and John Dewey were the two most important philosophers of education in America at the "fin de siècle." This paper discusses their rival idealisms through an examination of their philosophical and educational pronouncements. As I will show, both are indebted to, and align themselves with, Hegel. However, each…

  4. Notarum figura : l’écriture musicale et le monde des signes au IXe siècle

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    Eduardo Henrik Aubert

    2010-10-01

    Full Text Available Quand l’auteur (ou les auteurs du traité De musica disciplina employèrent l’expression notarum figura pour parler de l’écriture musicale au milieu du IXe siècle, il a placé la notation dans le domaine d’une pluralité de marques écrites qui étaient aussi nommées notae : les signes prosodiques, les signes de ponctuation, parmi plusieurs autres. En faisant appel au mot figura dans la même expression – et aussi à forma –, le champ a été élargi davantage et l’écriture musicale a ainsi été potenti...

  5. Micenas na Viena fin-de-siècle: Nietzsche, Freud, Hofmannsthal e o eterno retorno do mito

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    Leonardo Munk

    2012-12-01

    Full Text Available Este artigo tem por objetivo investigar a correlação de pensamento entre três importantes nomes da segunda metade do século XIX - Friedrich Nietzsche, Sigmund Freud e Hugo von Hofmannsthal - que se debruçaram sobre as crises da identidade masculina frente ao retorno do matriarcado. Tendo a Viena fin-de-siècle como cenário, o feminino é apresentado aqui por intermédio de Electra, que no texto homônimo de Hofmannsthal representa não só o fortalecimento como a própria destruição da mulher.

  6. Guy Borgnet (éd.), Les Jeux de la Passion dans l’Allemagne du XIVe siècle

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    Doudet, Estelle

    2008-01-01

    L’ouvrage traduit pour la première fois en français deux importants témoins de l’activité dramatique de la fin du Moyen Âge outre-Rhin : la Passion de Saint-Gall, seul jeu dramatique complet qui nous soit parvenu du XIVe siècle ; le célèbre Rouleau de Conduite de Francfort qui livre un témoignage unique sur le travail médiéval de la mise en scène. Ces deux textes sont à l’origine d’une riche tradition tant textuelle (les Passions de la Hesse) que dramatique. Les traductions sont effectuées à ...

  7. Rafael Pombo: La traduction et les échanges interculturels au XIXe siècle en Colombie

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    2008-01-01

    Le poète et traducteur Rafael Pombo (1833-1912) constitue un exemple intéressant pour découvrir les échanges dont ont bénéficié les intellectuels colombiens du XIXe siècle. Cette époque est caractérisée par la constitution des États-Nations, par la recherche de modèles à imiter dans tous les domaines, et par une ambiance « interculturelle » propice pour établir des contacts. Pendant son séjour de dix-sept ans aux États-Unis, Pombo a mené diverses activités telles que le contact avec les poèt...

  8. The "hour of pink twilight": lesbian poetics and queer encounters on the fin-de-siècle street.

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    Flint, Kate

    2009-01-01

    This essay examines the cultural representation of women's encounters on the fin-de-siècle street and, in particular, the uncertainties that clustered around the possibilities of mutual, or one-sided, same-sex desire accompanying such meetings. It argues, through an examination of lyric poetry, paintings, and short fiction, for the usefulness of twilight--a time of shadowy ambiguity--as a trope to suggest these uncertainities. More than this, it maintains that the lyric and the developing genre of the short story were modes ideally suited to an invocation of the fluid, the uncertain, and the unnamable. This argument is advanced through a close reading of Charlotte Mew's strange short story "Passed," which is read as representative of a transitional moment in lesbian literary history.

  9. DNR 24K Lakes

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    Minnesota Department of Natural Resources — Medium scale lake polygons derived from the National Wetlands Inventory (NWI) polygons and MnDOT Basemap lake delineations. Integrated with the DNR 24K Streams...

  10. Lake trout rehabilitation in Lake Ontario

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    Elrod, Joseph H.; O'Gorman, Robert; Schneider, Clifford P.; Eckert, Thomas H.; Schaner, Ted; Bowlby, James N.; Schleen, Larry P.

    1995-01-01

    Attempts to maintain the native lake trout (Salvelinus namaycush) population in Lake Ontario by stocking fry failed and the species was extirpated by the 1950s. Hatchery fish stocked in the 1960s did not live to maturity because of sea lamprey (Petromyzon marinus) predation and incidental commercial harvest. Suppression of sea lampreys began with larvicide treatments of Lake Ontario tributaries in 1971 and was enhanced when the tributaries of Oneida Lake and Lake Erie were treated in the 1980s. Annual stocking of hatchery fish was resumed with the 1972 year class and peaked at about 1.8 million yearlings and 0.3 million fingerlings from the 1985–1990 year classes. Survival of stocked yearlings declined over 50% in the 1980 s and was negatively correlated with the abundance of lake trout > 550 mm long (r = −0.91, P < 0.01, n = 12). A slot length limit imposed by the State of New York for the 1988 fishing season reduced angler harvest. Angler harvest in Canadian waters was 3 times higher in eastern Lake Ontario than in western Lake Ontario. For the 1977–1984 year classes, mean annual survival rate of lake trout age 6 and older was 0.45 (range: 0.35–0.56). In U.S. waters during 1985–1992, the total number of lake trout harvested by anglers was about 2.4 times greater than that killed by sea lampreys. The number of unmarked lake trout < 250 mm long in trawl catches in 1978–1992 was not different from that expected due to loss of marks and failure to apply marks at the hatchery, and suggested that recruitment of naturally-produced fish was nil. However, many of the obstacles which may have impeded lake trout rehabilitation in Lake Ontario during the 1980s are slowly being removed, and there are signs of a general ecosystem recovery. Significant recruitment of naturally produced lake trout by the year 2000, one interim objective of the rehabilitation plan for the Lake, may be achieved.

  11. Scènes de plage dans la peinture hollandaise du XVIIe siècle: l'entrée de la plage dans l'espace des citadins

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    Rémy Knafou

    2000-06-01

    Full Text Available Les scènes de plage sont une catégorie de la peinture hollandaise, inventée au XVIIe siècle. L'analyse d'un corpus de tableaux peints durant le Siècle d’Or permet de montrer que le «désir de rivage» analysé par Alain Corbin est apparu sur le littoral de la mer du Nord dès le XVIIe siècle avec l'ouverture de la plage aux citadins oisifs venus des villes voisines.

  12. Tangerineira ‘Cleópatra’ submetida a micorrização e a um análogo de brassinosteróide = ‘Cleópatra’ mandarin submitted to mycorrhization and to a brassinosteroid analogue

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    Jalille Amim Altoé

    2008-01-01

    Full Text Available O objetivo deste estudo foi avaliar o efeito de diferentes concentrações de um análogo de brassinosteróide e a inoculação com o fungo micorrízico Ac aulospora scrobiculata (FMA sobre o crescimento e estado nutricional da tangerineira ‘Cleópatra’, da semeadura àrepicagem. O experimento foi realizado em condições de casa de vegetação na Universidade Estadual do Norte Fluminense. Utilizou-se o delineamento experimental em blocos casualizados, em esquema fatorial 5x2 com quatro repetições, sendo cinco concentrações de um análogo de brassinosteróide, Biobras-16 (0,0; 0,1; 0,5; 0,75 e 1,00 mg L-1 e com ou sem inoculação com FMA. A inoculação com o FMA promoveu maior crescimento em altura, número de folhas, diâmetro do caule, área foliar e na massa seca das folhas e do caule. O Biobras-16 promoveu efeito benéfico no diâmetro do caule. Os conteúdos de P, K, Fe e Mnforam mais elevados nas plantas inoculadas. Os resultados mostraram que a associação dos dois fatores estudados modificam o crescimento do porta-enxerto.The objective of this study was to evaluate the effects of different concentrations of a brassinosteroid analogue and inoculation of the vesiculararbuscular mycorrhizal fungi (AMF Acaulospora scrobiculata on the ‘Cleópatra’ mandarin from the sowing until transplant point. The experiment was conducted under greenhouse conditions at Universidade Estadual do Norte Fluminense. The experimental designutilized was a randomized block with a 5x2 factorial scheme with 4 replications, using 5 concentrations of a brassinosteroid analogue, Biobras-16 (0.0; 0.1; 0.5 and 1.00 mg L-1 and with or without AMF inoculation. The AMF inoculation caused increment in height,number of leaves, diameter of the stem, leaf area and dry mass of the leaf and stem. The Biobras-16 promoted an increment of the diameter of the stem. The P, K, Fe and Mn contents were higher in the AMF inoculated plants. Results show that the association

  13. Recherches sur l’apocalyptique syriaque et byzantine au viie siècle : la place de l’Empire romain dans une histoire du salut

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    Pablo Ubierna

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    Full Text Available L’occupation perse et la littérature apocalyptiqueLa perception des événements militaires du début du viie siècle – d’abord l’occupation perse et ensuite la guerre arabe – n’est pas écartée, chez les contemporains, de la vision d’un empire, l’empire byzantin, secoué par de fortes controverses religieuses.La préoccupation intellectuelle à propos de la situation de l’Empire fut extrêmement marquée au commencement du viie siècle. Une vie anonyme de l’empereur Maurice inclut un récit de sa mort d...

  14. Lake retention of manufactured nanoparticles

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    Koelmans, A.A.; Quik, J.T.K.; Velzeboer, I.

    2015-01-01

    For twenty-five world lakes and three engineered nanoparticles (ENP), lake retention was calculated using a uniformly mixed lake mass balance model. This follows similar approaches traditionally used in water quality management. Lakes were selected such that lake residence times, depths and areal hy

  15. Cleófilas and La Llorona: Latin Heroines Against Patriarchal Marginalisation in ‘El arroyo de la Llorona’, a Short Story by Sandra Cisneros

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    Luis fernando Gómez R

    2012-08-01

    Full Text Available This paper discusses the short story ‘El arroyo de la Llorona’ by female Mexican-American writer Sandra Cisneros. In it the main character, Cleófilas, is subject to social, emotional and economic dependence on her husband, according to the cultural constructs on female identity that are still relevant in Latin-American patriarchal societies. Due to her circumstances of complete marginalisation and domestic violence, Cleófilas chooses to avoid reality, and this avoidance not only costs her mental well-being,but also annuls her will to make changes to her suffocating life. Oppressed by a patriarchal system,Cleófilas develops an unusual interest in the Llorona legend and, through the remembrance of this myth, these two female figures become symbols of resistance and liberation. In the story, the Llorona ceases to be the denigrated woman tradition has always made her out to be, and becomes the image of a contemporary heroine capable of challenging radical patriarchal norms.

  16. La réforme druze dans les montagnes syriennes au ixe/xve siècle

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    Wissam Halabi-Halawi

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    Full Text Available Au ixe/xve siècle, dans les montagnes syriennes, un nouveau druzisme se serait formé, celui de l’émir al-Sayyid (m. 884/1479, dont les fondements ont longtemps été considérés comme purement spirituels. Or la lecture des sources permet d’attribuer à une telle œuvre un contenu plus riche et des enjeux plus ambitieux : al-Sayyid avait un projet sociétal, religieux et juridique empreint d’une idéologie forte. Le milieu montagnard était néanmoins divisé autour de cette réforme et les partisans du maître s’opposaient aux chefs locaux proches du pouvoir central. Ce qui s’apparentait à une délivrance pour les pauvres s’est avéré être une menace pour les puissants ; là où certains contemporains voyaient une islamisation, d’autres observaient le rétablissement du druzisme originel. En définitive, la réforme sayyidienne comporte un projet politique qui s’adresse aux plus modestes parmi la société rurale, dans une Syrie ralentie économiquement à la veille du déclin du régime mamelouk.

  17. Leadership in Modern Times. Reflections on Yves Cohen’s Le siècle des chefs

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    Moritz Föllmer

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    Full Text Available This review article discusses Yves Cohen’s recent book Le siêcle des chefs: Une histoire transnationale du commandement et de l’autorité (1890-1940. Cohen provides an extensive analysis of discourses on leadership in France, the Soviet Union, Germany and the United States. He also studies how leadership was practiced, by French and Soviet factory directors as well as by Stalin himself. While giving due credit to the scope and sophistication of his book, the review article asks whether Cohen’s focus on scientific discourses and highly structured organisations leaves sufficient room for contingency. It argues that interwar political leadership in interwar Europe was not least about seeing and seizing opportunities in unforeseeable circumstances, often thriving on a positive fascination with crises and states of emergency. It also points out that, contrary to what the combined title and subtitle suggest, “le siècle des chefs” hardly ended in 1939, and that the quest for leadership continues to preoccupy present-day societies, cultures and polities.

  18. Les livres de recettes « francisés » au Mexique au XIXe siècle

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    Sarah Bak-Geller Corona

    2008-05-01

    Full Text Available L’apparition des premiers livres de cuisine au Mexique - publiés par des maisons d’édition françaises spécialisées en ouvrages en espagnol - marque le début de l’histoire de la cuisine mexicaine. Cet événement s’inscrit par ailleurs dans une histoire plus large : celle de la construction de l’État-nation, entre nationalisme et cosmopolitisme. L’article s’intéresse aux idéaux de nation et de cuisine cohabitant dans deux des livres de recettes francisés du XIXe siècle au Mexique : l’Arte novísimo de cocina et le Nuevo cocinero americano/mexicano en forma de diccionario.French-fashioned Mexican recipe books in the 19th century. Globalization and construction of a national culinary modelThe first Mexican recipe books were published in the early 1830’s by French publishing houses specialized in Spanish written books. This article deals with the different nationalistic and cuisine models in two French-fashioned Mexican recipe books -the Arte novísimo de cocina and the Nuevo cocinero americano/mexicano en forma de diccionario- and their relationship with the nation-building context in nineteenth century Mexico.

  19. Sommes et chroniques castillanes du xive siècle. Une historiographie ignorée ?

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    2008-05-01

    Full Text Available Les trois textes dont nous proposons ici l’édition critique (Somme de vertueux désir, Chronique des rois et des empereurs, Sommaire ou chronique des rois d’Espagne de Pélage à Ferdinand IV sont un échantillon représentatif des formes brèves de l’historiographie castillane du XIVe siècle. Mêlant de nombreuses sources très diverses, ces œuvres possèdent, en marge de l’historiographie royale « officielle », une originalité qui justifie amplement que l’on s’intéresse à elles.Los tres textos cuya édición crítica se propone aquí (Suma de virtuoso deseo, Corónica de los reyes e emperadores, Sumario o crónica de los reyes de España desde don Pelayo hasta don Fernando IV son un botón de muestra representativo de las formas breves de la historiografía castellana del siglo XIV. Mezclando estas obras numerosas fuentes muy diversas, poseen, al margen de la historiografía regia “oficial”, una originalidad que justifica ampliamente que nos interesemos por ellas.

  20. Hydrography - Lakes Assessments - Non Attaining

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    NSGIC GIS Inventory (aka Ramona) — This layer shows only non attaining lakes of the Integrated List. The Lakes Integrated List represents lake assessments in an integrated format for the Clean Water...

  1. Boat Dwellers of Weishan Lake

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    JENNIFER; LIM

    1998-01-01

    IN the south of Shandong Province, Weishan Lake is the largest freshwater lake in northern China. Under the bright blue sky, it gleams like a large mirror. "As the sun is about to set, Weishan Lake is quiet…" Humming

  2. Marine lakes of Indonesia

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    Becking, Leontine Elisabeth

    2012-01-01

    The objective of this thesis was to obtain insight into the processes that play a role in biodiversity patterns of tropical marine species by using marine lakes as a model. Marine lakes are landlocked water bodies that maintain a marine character through narrow submarine connections to the sea. Two

  3. Lake trout in northern Lake Huron spawn on submerged drumlins

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    Riley, Stephen C.; Binder, Thomas; Wattrus, Nigel J.; Faust, Matthew D.; Janssen, John; Menzies, John; Marsden, J. Ellen; Ebener, Mark P.; Bronte, Charles R.; He, Ji X.; Tucker, Taaja R.; Hansen, Michael J.; Thompson, Henry T.; Muir, Andrew M.; Krueger, Charles C.

    2014-01-01

    Recent observations of spawning lake trout Salvelinus namaycush near Drummond Island in northern Lake Huron indicate that lake trout use drumlins, landforms created in subglacial environments by the action of ice sheets, as a primary spawning habitat. From these observations, we generated a hypothesis that may in part explain locations chosen by lake trout for spawning. Most salmonines spawn in streams where they rely on streamflows to sort and clean sediments to create good spawning habitat. Flows sufficient to sort larger sediment sizes are generally lacking in lakes, but some glacial bedforms contain large pockets of sorted sediments that can provide the interstitial spaces necessary for lake trout egg incubation, particularly if these bedforms are situated such that lake currents can penetrate these sediments. We hypothesize that sediment inclusions from glacial scavenging and sediment sorting that occurred during the creation of bedforms such as drumlins, end moraines, and eskers create suitable conditions for lake trout egg incubation, particularly where these bedforms interact with lake currents to remove fine sediments. Further, these bedforms may provide high-quality lake trout spawning habitat at many locations in the Great Lakes and may be especially important along the southern edge of the range of the species. A better understanding of the role of glacially-derived bedforms in the creation of lake trout spawning habitat may help develop powerful predictors of lake trout spawning locations, provide insight into the evolution of unique spawning behaviors by lake trout, and aid in lake trout restoration in the Great Lakes.

  4. Les scènes hivernales dans la peinture du Siècle d'or hollandais

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    Martine Tabeaud

    2010-10-01

    Full Text Available Les scènes d'hiver connaissent leur apogée au Siècle d'or hollandais. En se focalisant sur les représentations de la neige et du froid, il est possible de voir s'il existe un lien entre ces tableaux et le climat de l'époque, voire une concomitance entre les types d'hiver réels et peints. Le succès de ces scènes d'hiver aidant, il apparaît que nombre de peintres ont fait fi du climat de l'époque et ont réalisé des scènes de genre hivernales, au point de créer une véritable imagerie. C'est ainsi que la rudesse des hivers de la période froide du Petit Âge Glaciaire a globalement disparu dans les représentations au profit d'hivers festifs.The winter scenesare at their optimum during the Dutch Golden Age. When one focuses on the winter and coldness representations, one might wonder if the paintings and the real weather are correlated. If they are, do the paintings genuinely show how the weather was when they were painted? As the winter scenes became appreciated, the painters started to paint without taking into account the real weather. Eventually they painted genre scenes of the winter time and almost developed a series of winter scenes' image. Therefore the unusual rough coldness of the Little Ice Age winters has generally disappeared of the paintings, joyful winter scenes being preferred.

  5. Le Yémen au xviie siècle : territoire et identités

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    Tomislav Klarić

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    Full Text Available Au xviie siècle, le Ḥaḍramawt et le Yémen sont considérés comme des entités nettement distinctes. Géographiquement, le Ḥaḍramawt n´est pas perçu comme faisant partie du Yémen. Les frontières orientales de celui-ci sont constituées par la région de Yâfi‛ que l´on appelle également al-Mašriq ou Mašriq al-Yaman. Elles sont aussi déterminées en fonction des relations culturelles. L´occupation du Ḥaḍramawt pendant vingt ans par le pouvoir zaydite n´a pas rapproché ces deux contrées et n´a pas donné lieu à des échanges culturels plus approfondis. En général, pour l´élite savante de l´époque, l´appartenance à une ethnie ou à un territoire n´était que d´importance secondaire. Les différences d’importance majeure étaient d´ordre religieux. Les Ḥaḍramis adhérant au rite shaféite et les savants des Hautes-Terres au zaydisme, un gouffre idéologique séparait les uns des autres. La même indifférence régnait également entre les zaydites des territoires septentrionaux et les shaféites du Sud.

  6. Fonctions et enjeux du berceau dans la première moitié du xixe siècle

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    Guillaume Garnier

    2012-11-01

    Full Text Available Dans les représentations traditionnelles, le berceau a toujours joué le rôle d’accueil du petit enfant. Associé au bercement, il assure le bien être de l’enfant et le prépare à un sommeil réparateur, nécessaire à son repos et à celui de sa famille. Le berceau joue alors au sens propre, comme au sens figuré, un rôle essentiel de protecteur. Pourtant, en se penchant sur les traités de soins pour les nouveau-nés et les traités d’éducation rédigés par des médecins dans la première moitié du XIXe siècle, on comprend que la place du berceau dans la cellule familiale est source de différents enjeux. La question d’employer un berceau pour faire reposer l’enfant, si elle semble évidente, n’a pas toujours répondu à une volonté d’assurer plus de confort à l’enfant. Elle correspond au contraire à une demande forte de la part des différentes autorités (médecins, théologiens, moralisateurs de bannir la cohabitation au sein du même lit entre enfants et parents, afin de proscrire les risques d’étouffement et d’infanticide. Pour autant, faire reposer un enfant dans un berceau, nécessite de bien définir les rôles de chacun (mère, nouveau-né, nourrice, père. Il s’agit d’une question essentielle d’éducation.

  7. Lake metabolism scales with lake morphometry and catchment conditions

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    Stæhr, Peter A.; Baastrup-Spohr, Lars; Jensen, Kaj Sand;

    2012-01-01

    We used a comparative data set for 25 lakes in Denmark sampled during summer to explore the influence of lake morphometry, catchment conditions, light availability and nutrient input on lake metabolism. We found that (1) gross primary production (GPP) and community respiration (R) decline with lake...... area, water depth and drainage ratio, and increase with algal biomass (Chl), dissolved organic carbon (DOC) and total phosphorus (TP); (2) all lakes, especially small with less incident light, and forest lakes with high DOC, have negative net ecosystem production (NEP ... decreases with lake area and water depth as a consequence of lower input of nutrients and organic matter per unit water volume; (4) the influence of benthic processes on free water metabolic measures declines with increasing lake size; and (5) with increasing lake size, lake metabolism decreases...

  8. Yellowstone lake nanoarchaeota.

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    Clingenpeel, Scott; Kan, Jinjun; Macur, Richard E; Woyke, Tanja; Lovalvo, Dave; Varley, John; Inskeep, William P; Nealson, Kenneth; McDermott, Timothy R

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    Considerable Nanoarchaeota novelty and diversity were encountered in Yellowstone Lake, Yellowstone National Park (YNP), where sampling targeted lake floor hydrothermal vent fluids, streamers and sediments associated with these vents, and in planktonic photic zones in three different regions of the lake. Significant homonucleotide repeats (HR) were observed in pyrosequence reads and in near full-length Sanger sequences, averaging 112 HR per 1349 bp clone and could confound diversity estimates derived from pyrosequencing, resulting in false nucleotide insertions or deletions (indels). However, Sanger sequencing of two different sets of PCR clones (110 bp, 1349 bp) demonstrated that at least some of these indels are real. The majority of the Nanoarchaeota PCR amplicons were vent associated; however, curiously, one relatively small Nanoarchaeota OTU (71 pyrosequencing reads) was only found in photic zone water samples obtained from a region of the lake furthest removed from the hydrothermal regions of the lake. Extensive pyrosequencing failed to demonstrate the presence of an Ignicoccus lineage in this lake, suggesting the Nanoarchaeota in this environment are associated with novel Archaea hosts. Defined phylogroups based on near full-length PCR clones document the significant Nanoarchaeota 16S rRNA gene diversity in this lake and firmly establish a terrestrial clade distinct from the marine Nanoarcheota as well as from other geographical locations.

  9. Yellowstone Lake Nanoarchaeota

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    Scott eClingenpeel

    2013-09-01

    Full Text Available Considerable Nanoarchaeota novelty and diversity were encountered in Yellowstone Lake, Yellowstone National Park, where sampling targeted lake floor hydrothermal vent fluids, streamers and sediments associated with these vents, and in planktonic photic zones in three different regions of the lake. Significant homonucleotide repeats (HR were observed in pyrosequence reads and in near full-length Sanger sequences, averaging 112 HR per 1,349 bp clone and could confound diversity estimates derived from pyrosequencing, resulting in false nucleotide insertions or deletions (indels. However, Sanger sequencing of two different sets of PCR clones (110 bp, 1349 bp demonstrated that at least some of these indels are real. The majority of the Nanoarchaeota PCR amplicons were vent associated; however, curiously, one relatively small Nanoarchaeota OTU (70 pyrosequencing reads was only found in photic zone water samples obtained from a region of the lake furthest removed from the hydrothermal regions of the lake. Extensive pyrosequencing failed to demonstrate the presence of an Ignicoccus lineage in this lake, suggesting the Nanoarchaeota in this environment are associated with novel Archaea hosts. Defined phylogroups based on near full-length PCR clones document the significant Nanoarchaeota 16S rRNA gene diversity in this lake and firmly establish a terrestrial clade distinct from the marine Nanoarcheota as well as from other geographical locations.

  10. Ecology of playa lakes

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    Haukos, David A.; Smith, Loren M.

    1992-01-01

    Between 25,000 and 30,000 playa lakes are in the playa lakes region of the southern high plains (Fig. 1). Most playas are in west Texas (about 20,000), and fewer, in New Mexico, Oklahoma, Kansas, and Colorado. The playa lakes region is one of the most intensively cultivated areas of North America. Dominant crops range from cotton in southern areas to cereal grains in the north. Therefore, most of the native short-grass prairie is gone, replaced by crops and, recently, grasses of the Conservation Reserve Program. Playas are the predominant wetlands and major wildlife habitat of the region.More than 115 bird species, including 20 species of waterfowl, and 10 mammal species have been documented in playas. Waterfowl nest in the area, producing up to 250,000 ducklings in wetter years. Dominant breeding and nesting species are mallards and blue-winged teals. During the very protracted breeding season, birds hatch from April through August. Several million shorebirds and waterfowl migrate through the area each spring and fall. More than 400,000 sandhill cranes migrate through and winter in the region, concentrating primarily on the larger saline lakes in the southern portion of the playa lakes region.The primary importance of the playa lakes region to waterfowl is as a wintering area. Wintering waterfowl populations in the playa lakes region range from 1 to 3 million birds, depending on fall precipitation patterns that determine the number of flooded playas. The most common wintering ducks are mallards, northern pintails, green-winged teals, and American wigeons. About 500,000 Canada geese and 100,000 lesser snow geese winter in the playa lakes region, and numbers of geese have increased annually since the early 1980’s. This chapter describes the physiography and ecology of playa lakes and their attributes that benefit waterfowl.

  11. Le paysage en peinture: espace rural et culture esthétique en Europe occidentale (XVIe - XVIIIe siècle

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    Jean BARROT

    1997-06-01

    Full Text Available L'invention de la perspective autorise à porter un regard de géographe sur les tableaux du XVIe au XVIIIe siècle. Le souci de réalisme permet de saisir des évolutions, selon le temps et les lieux, dans le paysage rural. Mais les choix de représentation traduisent bien davantage le contenu idéologique du regard que porte la clientèle du peintre sur la campagne qui reste dans cette période la base productive essentielle de la société.

  12. 古典主义与启蒙运动%Le classicisme et le siècle de Lumière

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    赵林

    2004-01-01

    Sur la scène historique européenne s'é1eva vite, sous Louis XIV, la France, caractérisée par le despotisme politique, le mercantilisme économique et le classicisme culturel. Ce demier était 1ié parl'esprit rationnel aux Lumières du XVⅢe siècle. L'article essaied'analyser le classicisme et l'essence spirituelle des Lumières.

  13. « Un vrai système du monde » : conversion et autorité au XIXe siècle

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    Marie Blaise

    2012-01-01

    Full Text Available Dans le contexte de la relation, en apparence paradoxale, qu’entretient le XIXe siècle avec la religion, l’article montre comment la conversion fournit un principe esthétique de garantie de l’autorité et de genèse des formes littéraires.The article focuses on the paradoxical relationship that existed between religion, authority and authorship throughout the nineteenth century, to show how, either explicitly or implicitly, the paradigm of conversion provided an aesthetic principle that profoundly molded new forms of authorship as well as a new “philosophy of composition”.

  14. Des ingénieurs pour un monde nouveau histoire des enseignements électrotechniques (Europe, Amériques) : XIXe-XXe siècle

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    Mikeš, Jan; Grelon, André

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    L'ouvrage retrace la naissance des formations d'ingénieurs électriciens, à partir de la fin du XIXe siècle, en Europe et sur le continent américain, en relation avec le développement de l'industrie électrique et l'organisation des réseaux d'électricité dans les différents États. Il rassemble les contributions de 28 historiens portant sur 15 pays.

  15. La représentation cartographique de l'île de la Réunion du XVIIe au XIXe siècle

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    Jean-Louis GUÉBOURG

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    Full Text Available Du XVIIe au XIXe siècle, la représentation cartographique de l’île de la Réunion a été souvent indigente avant que ne se manifestent, avec retard, les progrès techniques apportés par le calcul précis de la longitude et la triangulation. Deux siècles seront nécessaires pour passer d’une expression cartographique imaginaire puis erronée à une représentation correcte reprise par la cartographie moderne.

  16. Can lake sensitivity to desiccation be predicted from lake geometry?

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    Torabi Haghighi, Ali; Menberu, Meseret Walle; Aminnezhad, Mousa; Marttila, Hannu; Kløve, Bjørn

    2016-08-01

    Declining lake levels (Aral Sea syndrome) can be caused by changes in climate, increased water use or changed regulation patterns. This paper introduces a novel lake geometry index (LGI) to quantify lake hydrological characteristics. The index was developed using a large representative dataset of lake hypsographic characteristics from 152 lakes and man-made reservoirs. Using the LGI index, lakes can be classified into five groups: groups 1-4 when LGI is 0.5-2.5, 2.5-4.5, 4.5-6.5 and 6.5-8.5, respectively, and group 5 when LGI is >8.5. Naturally shallow and vast lakes and wetlands fall into the first group and deep man-made reservoirs in narrow valleys are in group 5. The response of three different lake systems (LGI 0.75, 2.75 and 6.5) to different water flow scenarios was then simulated using the water balance equation. From this, the index 'potential lake area' (Apot) was developed to show lake responses to changed hydro-climatological conditions. Apot and LGI can be used to classify lakes into open or closed systems. Simulations showed that lakes with low LGI have a shorter response time to flow and climate changes. As a result, the impact of water balance restoration is faster for lakes with low LGI than for lakes with high LGI. The latter are also more vulnerable to climate variation and change.

  17. Lake Level Reconstructions

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    National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, Department of Commerce — Records of past lake levels, mostly related to changes in moisture balance (evaporation-precipitation). Parameter keywords describe what was measured in this data...

  18. Halls Lake 1990

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    National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, Department of Commerce — Salt marsh habitats along the shoreline of Halls Lake are threatened by wave erosion, but the reconstruction of barrier islands to reduce this erosion will modify or...

  19. Lake Transect : 1989

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    US Fish and Wildlife Service, Department of the Interior — This document summarizes transect surveys that were done at four different lakes on St. Vincent National Wildlife Refuge in 1989. Lists of the plant species found...

  20. Sunk Lake Natural Area

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    US Fish and Wildlife Service, Department of the Interior — The Sunk Lake Natural Area Management Plan guides the long-range development of the Natural Area by identifying and integrating appropriate habitats, management...

  1. Lake Transect : 1986

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    US Fish and Wildlife Service, Department of the Interior — This document summarizes transect surveys that were done at four different lakes on St. Vincent National Wildlife Refuge in 1986. Lists of the plant species found at...

  2. History of Lake Andes

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    US Fish and Wildlife Service, Department of the Interior — Information about the history and management of Lake Andes is compiled in this report. It is intended to help future refuge managers become acquainted with the...

  3. Great Lakes Ice Charts

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    National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, Department of Commerce — Charts show ice extent and concentration three times weekly during the ice season, for all lakes except Ontario, from the 1973/74 ice season through the 2001/2002...

  4. Is Lake Tahoe Terminal?

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    Coats, R. N.; Reuter, J.; Heyvaert, A.; Lewis, J.; Sahoo, G. B.; Schladow, G.; Thorne, J. H.

    2014-12-01

    Lake Tahoe, an iconic ultra-oligotrophic lake in the central Sierra Nevada, has been studied intensively since 1968, with the goal of understanding and ultimately controlling its eutrophication and loss of clarity. Research on the lake has included a) periodic profiles of primary productivity, nutrients, temperature, and plankton; b) Secchi depth; c) nutrient limitation experiments; d) analysis of sediment cores; e) radiocarbon dating of underwater in-place tree stumps; g) analysis of long-term temperature trends. Work in its watershed has included a) monitoring of stream discharge, sediment and nutrients at up to 20 stream gaging stations; b) monitoring of urban runoff water quality at selected sites; c) development of a GIS data base, including soils, vegetation, and land use. Based on these studies, we know that a) primary productivity in the lake is limited by phosphorus, and continues to increase; b) the loss of clarity continues, but at a declining rate; c) the lake has been warming since 1970, and its resistance to deep mixing is increasing; d) historically the lake level drops below the outlet elevation about one year in seven; e) 6300 to 4300 yrs BP lake level was below the present outlet elevation long enough for large trees to grow; f) the date of the peak snowmelt runoff is shifting toward earlier dates; g) after accounting for annual runoff, loads of nutrients and suspended sediment have declined significantly in some basin streams since 1980. Downscaled outputs from GCM climatic models have recently been used to drive hydrologic models and a lake clarity model, projecting future trends in the lake and watersheds. Results show a) the temperature and thermal stability will likely continue to increase, with deep mixing shutting down in the latter half of this century; b) the lake may drop below the outlet for an extended period beginning about 2085; c) the annual snowpack will continue to decline, with earlier snowmelt and shift from snowfall to rain; d

  5. Saint-Junien début de siècle, à travers trois récits distincts

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    Vincent Brousse

    2008-11-01

    Full Text Available À partir de trois récits distincts étalés sur 60 ans et tous relatifs à une période très brève de l’histoire, au début du xxe siècle, d’une ville industrielle du Limousin, Saint-Junien, il s’agit de confronter trois points de vue, celui d’un prêtre Simon Delort, celui d’un militant de l’Action française Georges Gaudy, et celui d’un militant anarchiste Jean Bourgoin. Le propos vise à interroger la présentation historique de la ville, sa construction mémorielle, certains de ses acteurs de premier plan, et l’émergence d’une société nouvelle en construction où les libertaires semblent, un instant, jouer le premier rôle. Cela permet aussi de comprendre pourquoi aujourd’hui, toujours municipalité communiste, depuis 87 ans, Saint-Junien est demeurée « la ville rouge ».This paper is based on three different stories, written over 60 years, and all three related to a very short period of the xxth-century-history of Saint-Junien, an industrial town in Limousin. Three different points of view are compared : fromSimon Delort, a priest ; from Georges Gaudy an Action-Française militant, and from Jean Bourgoin, an anarchist militant.We aim at tackling the historical presentation of the town, its memorial construction, some of its first-rank actors, and the rising up of a new society where the Libertarians played the first part for a very short time. This paper is also the occasion to understand how Saint-Junien has remained a Communist town for 87 years and is still named « the red town ».

  6. Chase Lake Wetland Management District, Chase Lake National Wildlife Refuge, Chase Lake Prairie Project: Annual narrative report: 1997

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    US Fish and Wildlife Service, Department of the Interior — This annual narrative report for Chase Lake WMD, Chase Lake NWR, Chase Lake Prairie Project, and Halfway Lake NWR outlines Refuge accomplishments during the 1997...

  7. Resilience and Restoration of Lakes

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    Kathryn L. Cottingham

    1997-06-01

    Full Text Available Lake water quality and ecosystem services are normally maintained by several feedbacks. Among these are nutrient retention and humic production by wetlands, nutrient retention and woody habitat production by riparian forests, food web structures that cha nnel phosphorus to consumers rather than phytoplankton, and biogeochemical mechanisms that inhibit phosphorus recycling from sediments. In degraded lakes, these resilience mechanisms are replaced by new ones that connect lakes to larger, regional economi c and social systems. New controls that maintain degraded lakes include runoff from agricultural and urban areas, absence of wetlands and riparian forests, and changes in lake food webs and biogeochemistry that channel phosphorus to blooms of nuisance al gae. Economic analyses show that degraded lakes are significantly less valuable than normal lakes. Because of this difference in value, the economic benefits of restoring lakes could be used to create incentives for lake restoration.

  8. Is Lake Chabot Eutrophic?

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    Pellegrini, K.; Logan, J.; Esterlis, P.; Lew, A.; Nguyen, M.

    2013-12-01

    Introduction/Abstract: Lake Chabot is an integral part of the East Bay watershed that provides habitats for animals and recreation for humans year-round. Lake Chabot has been in danger of eutrophication due to excessive dumping of phosphorous and nitrogen into the water from the fertilizers of nearby golf courses and neighboring houses. If the lake turned out to be eutrophified, it could seriously impact what is currently the standby emergency water supply for many Castro Valley residents. Eutrophication is the excessive richness of nutrients such as nitrogen and phosphorus in a lake, usually as a result of runoff. This buildup of nutrients causes algal blooms. The algae uses up most of the oxygen in the water, and when it dies, it causes the lake to hypoxify. The fish in the lake can't breathe, and consequently suffocate. Other oxygen-dependant aquatic creatures die off as well. Needless to say, the eutrophication of a lake is bad news for the wildlife that lives in or around it. The level of eutrophication in our area in Northern California tends to increase during the late spring/early summer months, so our crew went out and took samples of Lake Chabot on June 2. We focused on the area of the lake where the water enters, known on the map as Honker Bay. We also took readings a ways down in deeper water for comparison's sake. Visually, the lake looked in bad shape. The water was a murky green that glimmered with particulate matter that swirled around the boat as we went by. In the Honker Bay region where we focused our testing, there were reeds bathed in algae that coated the surface of the lake in thick, swirling patterns. Surprisingly enough, however, our test results didn't reveal any extreme levels of phosphorous or nitrogen. They were slightly higher than usual, but not by any significant amount. The levels we found were high enough to stimulate plant and algae growth and promote eutrophication, but not enough to do any severe damage. After a briefing with a

  9. TOXAPHENE STUDY OF GREAT LAKES TRIBUTARY SEDIMENTS

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    The Product is the paper "Pulp and Paper Mills as Sources of Toxaphene to Lake Superior and Northern Lake Michigan" published in the Journal of Great Lakes Research, 25(2):383-394 International Association of Great Lakes 1999.

  10. Tewaukon – Clouds LakeLake Elsie – Storm Lake and Wild Rice Refuges Narrative Reports : 1939-1956 : From Sand Lake National Wildlife Refuge

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    US Fish and Wildlife Service, Department of the Interior — These narrative reports summarize refuge activities from 1939 to 1956 for Lake Tewaukon Refuge, Clouds Lake Refuge, Lake Elsie Refuge, Storm Lake Refuge, Wild Rice...

  11. Les emprises militaires dans l’urbanisme grenoblois du XXe siècle : des opportunités foncières au patrimoine paysager

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    Philippe Grandvoinnet

    2011-06-01

    Full Text Available Déclassée en tant que « place forte » en 1925, Grenoble voit son développement urbain conditionné en grande partie par la libération des emprises militaires. Considérées initialement comme de simples réserves foncières, ces structures militaires ont été progressivement investies d’une valeur patrimoniale qui marque fortement certaines opérations d’aménagement urbain et paysager. À travers l’exemple grenoblois, nous évaluerons l’impact des aménagements militaires du XVIIe au XIXe siècle sur l’urbanisme du XXe siècle et dresserons une cartographie urbaine de ce patrimoine militaire en constitution.Grenoble ceased to be qualified as 'place forte' [fortified town] in 1925, and the town's subsequent urban development was largely conditioned by the availability of former military properties. Considered at first as simple real estate opportunities, these military structures were gradually invested with historical and cultural values which feature strongly in certain operations of urban development and landscaping. Starting out from this example at Grenoble, we will try to assess the impact of military installations of the seventeenth to nineteenth centuries on the town-planning of the twentieth century and will map this now recognised heritage in its urban context.

  12. Pacifisme ou guerre totale ? Une histoire politique du droit des gens : les lectures de Vitoria au XXe siècle

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    Julie Saada

    2009-04-01

    Full Text Available À travers les lectures opposées faites de Vitoria par les internationalistes du début du xxe siècle, souvent d’inspiration normativiste, et par Carl Schmitt, cet article montre comment l’histoire du droit des gens constitue une histoire politique. Les premiers font du théologien de Salamanque le père du droit international contemporain, inspirateur lointain du pacifisme universaliste qui s’est développé au tournant du xixe et du xxe siècle et cristallisé dans la Société des Nations, tandis que le second voit dans le retour de la doctrine vitorienne de la guerre juste la justification de la guerre totale. La conception particulière de l’ennemi, ou des « régimes de l’ennemi », que l’on peut repérer chez Vitoria, y est tantôt oblitérée, tantôt mise en avant, manifestant dans les deux cas une reconstruction politique de l’histoire du droit des gens.

  13. L’Université de Perpignan au XVIIIe siècle : palais et temple du savoir à l’âge des Lumières

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    Esteban Castañer Muñoz

    2012-01-01

    Full Text Available L’édifice de l’ancienne Université de Perpignan fut construit en 1759 par l’Ingénieur Lescure. Louis XV, à la demande du gouverneur de Mailly, voulut faire de Perpignan une ville des Lumières. La construction de l’Université avait dans ce contexte une signification particulière. Le bâtisseur s’inspira des modèles architecturaux du palais et du temple suivant les orientations stylistiques de la deuxième moitié du XVIIIe siècle. Avec son amphithéâtre d’anatomie, l’ancienne université de Perpignan est l’un des ensembles universitaires du XVIIIe siècle le plus complet encore existant en France.The former buildings of the University of Perpignan date back to 1759 and were designed by an engineer: Lescure. King Louis XV attending the request of Governor de Mailly wanted to turn Perpignan into a city of the Enlightenment. Considering this circumstance the university buildings themselves had a specific significance. The master-builder was inspired by the style of the palaces and the temples that were built during the second half of the 18th Century. The former University of Perpignan and its anatomy lecture hall constitutes one of the best examples of a well preserved 18th Century French university.

  14. Evidence of Lake Trout reproduction at Lake Michigan's mid-lake reef complex

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    Janssen, J.; Jude, D.J.; Edsall, T.A.; Paddock, R.W.; Wattrus, N.; Toneys, M.; McKee, P.

    2006-01-01

    The Mid-Lake Reef Complex (MLRC), a large area of deep (> 40 m) reefs, was a major site where indigenous lake trout (Salvelinus namaycush) in Lake Michigan aggregated during spawning. As part of an effort to restore Lake Michigan's lake trout, which were extirpated in the 1950s, yearling lake trout have been released over the MLRC since the mid-1980s and fall gill net censuses began to show large numbers of lake trout in spawning condition beginning about 1999. We report the first evidence of viable egg deposition and successful lake trout fry production at these deep reefs. Because the area's existing bathymetry and habitat were too poorly known for a priori selection of sampling sites, we used hydroacoustics to locate concentrations of large fish in the fall; fish were congregating around slopes and ridges. Subsequent observations via unmanned submersible confirmed the large fish to be lake trout. Our technological objectives were driven by biological objectives of locating where lake trout spawn, where lake trout fry were produced, and what fishes ate lake trout eggs and fry. The unmanned submersibles were equipped with a suction sampler and electroshocker to sample eggs deposited on the reef, draw out and occasionally catch emergent fry, and collect egg predators (slimy sculpin Cottus cognatus). We observed slimy sculpin to eat unusually high numbers of lake trout eggs. Our qualitative approaches are a first step toward quantitative assessments of the importance of lake trout spawning on the MLRC.

  15. Lake Morphometry for NHD Lakes in Ohio Region 5 HUC

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    U.S. Environmental Protection Agency — Lake morphometry metrics are known to influence productivity in lakes and are important for building various types of ecological and environmental models of lentic...

  16. Lake Morphometry for NHD Lakes in California Region 18 HUC

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    U.S. Environmental Protection Agency — Lake morphometry metrics are known to influence productivity in lakes and are important for building various types of ecological and environmental models of lentic...

  17. Lake Morphometry for NHD Lakes in Tennessee Region 6 HUC

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    U.S. Environmental Protection Agency — Lake morphometry metrics are known to influence productivity in lakes and are important for building various types of ecological and environmental models of lentic...

  18. Lake Michigan lake trout PCB model forecast post audit

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    Scenario forecasts for total PCBs in Lake Michigan (LM) lake trout were conducted using the linked LM2-Toxics and LM Food Chain models, supported by a suite of additional LM models. Efforts were conducted under the Lake Michigan Mass Balance Study and the post audit represents th...

  19. Lake Erie Fish Community Data

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    U.S. Geological Survey, Department of the Interior — Lake Erie Biological Station (LEBS), located in Sandusky, Ohio, is a field station of the USGS Great Lakes Science Center (GLSC). LEBS is the primary federal agency...

  20. Crescent Lake Wilderness Reference Sheet

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    US Fish and Wildlife Service, Department of the Interior — Reference sheet includes information about Crescent Lake National Wildlife Refuge, and results of the public hearing for Crescent Lake Wilderness Proposal.

  1. Great Lakes Environmental Database (GLENDA)

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    U.S. Environmental Protection Agency — The Great Lakes Environmental Database (GLENDA) houses environmental data on a wide variety of constituents in water, biota, sediment, and air in the Great Lakes area.

  2. Microplastic pollution in lakes and lake shoreline sediments - A case study on Lake Bolsena and Lake Chiusi (central Italy).

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    Fischer, Elke Kerstin; Paglialonga, Lisa; Czech, Elisa; Tamminga, Matthias

    2016-06-01

    Rivers and effluents have been identified as major pathways for microplastics of terrestrial sources. Moreover, lakes of different dimensions and even in remote locations contain microplastics in striking abundances. This study investigates concentrations of microplastic particles at two lakes in central Italy (Lake Bolsena, Lake Chiusi). A total number of six Manta Trawls have been carried out, two of them one day after heavy winds occurred on Lake Bolsena showing effects on particle distribution of fragments and fibers of varying size categories. Additionally, 36 sediment samples from lakeshores were analyzed for microplastic content. In the surface waters 2.68 to 3.36 particles/m(3) (Lake Chiusi) and 0.82 to 4.42 particles/m(3) (Lake Bolsena) were detected, respectively. Main differences between the lakes are attributed to lake characteristics such as surface and catchment area, depth and the presence of local wind patterns and tide range at Lake Bolsena. An event of heavy winds and moderate rainfall prior to one sampling led to an increase of concentrations at Lake Bolsena which is most probable related to lateral land-based and sewage effluent inputs. The abundances of microplastic particles in sediments vary from mean values of 112 (Lake Bolsena) to 234 particles/kg dry weight (Lake Chiusi). Lake Chiusi results reveal elevated fiber concentrations compared to those of Lake Bolsena what might be a result of higher organic content and a shift in grain size distribution towards the silt and clay fraction at the shallow and highly eutrophic Lake Chiusi. The distribution of particles along different beach levels revealed no significant differences.

  3. A Lake Dream in Asia

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    Yang Wei

    2009-01-01

    @@ When William Wordsworth,representative of Lake Poets wrote his Ode to Night ingale nearby the Lake District of England at the turn of the nine-teenth century,he never imagined a century later,a similar romantic lake dream has been created in China,Asia.

  4. Interesting Ziandao Lake

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    LOCATED in Chun’an County, Zhejiang Province, Qiandao Lake (Lake of a Thousand Isles) is a state-level scenic spot and a bright pearl of the golden tourism line between Hangzhou’s West Lake and Anhui’s Huangshan Mountain. Last autumn, we went to Chun’an. It took only three to four hours by coach to travel from Hangzhou to Chun’an. Flanked by mountains on the west, the small county faces water on the east. A street goes across the county; it takes less than half an hour to walk from one end to the other. Small restaurants and shops line the western side of the road,

  5. Viruses in Antarctic lakes

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    Kepner, R. L. Jr; Wharton, R. A. Jr; Suttle, C. A.; Wharton RA, J. r. (Principal Investigator)

    1998-01-01

    Water samples collected from four perennially ice-covered Antarctic lakes during the austral summer of 1996-1997 contained high densities of extracellular viruses. Many of these viruses were found to be morphologically similar to double-stranded DNA viruses that are known to infect algae and protozoa. These constitute the first observations of viruses in perennially ice-covered polar lakes. The abundance of planktonic viruses and data suggesting substantial production potential (relative to bacteria] secondary and photosynthetic primary production) indicate that viral lysis may be a major factor in the regulation of microbial populations in these extreme environments. Furthermore, we suggest that Antarctic lakes may be a reservoir of previously undescribed viruses that possess novel biological and biochemical characteristics.

  6. Lake Morphometry for NHD Lakes in Great Lakes Region 4 HUC

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    U.S. Environmental Protection Agency — Lake morphometry metrics are known to influence productivity in lakes and are important for building various types of ecological and environmental models of lentic...

  7. L'art de la teinture à l'Académie royale des sciences au XVIIIe siècle

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    Christine Lehman

    2012-03-01

    Full Text Available Quand Colbert fonda l’Académie des sciences dans le but de dynamiser l’industrie, aucun chimiste de l’Académie n’était encore susceptible de rationaliser l’art très empirique de la teinture. Au XVIIe siècle, la teinture n’était pas un sujet traité lors des séances de l’Académie, en revanche l’intérêt des académiciens pour cet art chimique a pris de l’ampleur dans les années 1750 sous l’impulsion de Pierre-Joseph Macquer et du Bureau du Commerce. Dans cet article, la présentation de l’art de la teinture à l’Académie des sciences au XVIIIe siècle est centrée principalement sur les premiers travaux académiques sur la teinture, sur les mémoires de Macquer, ainsi que sur les prix et les publications sur la teinture proposés par l’Académie.Au cours du XVIIIe siècle, la teinture abandonnera le monde des artisans teinturiers pour intéresser le monde savant et les académiciens. La teinture acquerra ses lettres de noblesse, sortant des ateliers pour entrer à l’Académie avant de s’enseigner comme la chimie.When Colbert founded the Académie des sciences his target was to stimulate industry. But at that time no chemist in the Académie was yet in a position to rationalise the very empirical art of dyeing. During the 17th century dyeing was not discussed in the sessions of the Académie. By contrast the academicians’ interest for this chemical art increased in the course of years 1750 under the impulse of Pierre-Joseph Macquer and the Bureau du Commerce. This paper presents the art of dyeing by focussing mainly on the first academic works on dyeing, on Macquer’s memoirs and on the prizes and publications on dyeing proposed by the Académie. During the 18th century dyeing gradually left the world of craftsmen dyers to catch the interest of the world of scientists and academicians. Dyeing won its lettres de noblesse, springing from workshops to enter the Académie and be finally taught like chemistry.

  8. Technologies for lake restoration

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    Helmut KLAPPER

    2003-09-01

    Full Text Available Lakes are suffering from different stress factors and need to be restored using different approaches. The eutrophication remains as the main water quality management problem for inland waters: both lakes and reservoirs. The way to curb the degradation is to stop the nutrient sources and to accelerate the restoration with help of in-lake technologies. Especially lakes with a long retention time need (eco- technological help to decrease the nutrient content in the free water. The microbial and other organic matter from sewage and other autochthonous biomasses, causes oxygen depletion, which has many adverse effects. In less developed countries big reservoirs function as sewage treatment plants. Natural aeration solves problems only partly and many pollutants tend to accumulate in the sediments. The acidification by acid rain and by pyrite oxidation has to be controlled by acid neutralizing technologies. Addition of alkaline chemicals is useful only for soft waters, and technologies for (microbial alkalinization of very acidic hardwater mining lakes are in development. The corrective measures differ from those in use for eutrophication control. The salinization and water shortage mostly occurs if more water is used than available. L. Aral, L. Tschad, the Dead Sea or L. Nasser belong to waters with most severe environmental problems on a global scale. Their hydrologic regime needs to be evaluated. The inflow of salt water at the bottom of some mining lakes adds to stability of stratification, and thus accumulation of hydrogen sulphide in the monimolimnion of the meromictic lakes. Destratification, which is the most used technology, is only restricted applicable because of the dangerous concentrations of the byproducts of biological degradation. The contamination of lakes with hazardous substances from industry and agriculture require different restoration technologies, including subhydric isolation and storage, addition of nutrients for better self

  9. Lakes on Mars

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    Cabrol, Nathalie A

    2014-01-01

    On Earth, lakes provide favorable environments for the development of life and its preservation as fossils. They are extremely sensitive to climate fluctuations and to conditions within their watersheds. As such, lakes are unique markers of the impact of environmental changes. Past and current missions have now demonstrated that water once flowed at the surface of Mars early in its history. Evidence of ancient ponding has been uncovered at scales ranging from a few kilometers to possibly that of the Arctic ocean. Whether life existed on Mars is still unknown; upcoming missions may find critic

  10. Reevaluation of lake trout and lake whitefish bioenergetics models

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    Madenjian, Charles P.; Pothoven, Steve A.; Kao, Yu-Chun

    2013-01-01

    Using a corrected algorithm for balancing the energy budget, we reevaluated the Wisconsin bioenergetics model for lake trout (Salvelinus namaycush) in the laboratory and for lake whitefish (Coregonus clupeaformis) in the laboratory and in the field. For lake trout, results showed that the bioenergetics model slightly overestimated food consumption by the lake trout when they were fed low and intermediate rations, whereas the model predicted food consumption by lake trout fed ad libitum without any detectable bias. The slight bias in model predictions for lake trout on restricted rations may have been an artifact of the feeding schedule for these fish, and we would therefore recommend application of the Wisconsin lake trout bioenergetics model to lake trout populations in the field without any revisions to the model. Use of the Wisconsin bioenergetics model for coregonids resulted in overestimation of food consumption by lake whitefish both in the laboratory and in the field by between 20 and 30%, on average. This overestimation of food consumption was most likely due to overestimation of respiration rate. We therefore adjusted the respiration component of the bioenergetics model to obtain a good fit to the observed consumption in our laboratory tanks. The adjusted model predicted the consumption in the laboratory and the field without any detectable bias. Until a detailed lake whitefish respiration study can be conducted, we recommend application of our adjusted version of the Wisconsin generalized coregonid bioenergetics model to lake whitefish populations in the field.

  11. Adequação de nutrientes do meio MT para o cultivo de embriões imaturos de tangerineira 'Cleópatra' Adjustment of nutrients of the MT medium for the cultivation of 'Cleópatra' tangerine immature embryos

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    Lucymeire de Souza Morais-Lino; Antônio da Silva Souza; Walter dos Santos Soares Filho; Carlos Alberto da Silva Ledo

    2008-01-01

    Este trabalho teve como objetivo ajustar a concentração de macronutrientes, micronutrientes e vitaminas do meio de cultura Murashige & Tucker (MT), de modo a permitir a germinação de embriões imaturos, menores que 3 mm, de tangerineira 'Cleópatra'. As sementes foram obtidas a partir de frutos com 4 a 5 meses após a antese, cujos embriões não germinam nos meios de cultura atualmente indicados para citros. Inicialmente, os embriões foram cultivados em meio de cultura básico contendo sacarose e ...

  12. La diffusion du fran(c)ais en Chine du milieu du 19e siècle à nos jours (1)%La diffusion du fran(c)ais en Chine du milieu du19e siècle à nos jours (1)

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    2011-01-01

    @@ Ce travail tente le pari d'esquisser I'évolution historique de la diffusion du francais en Chine du milieu du 19e siècle jusqu'à nos jours.La Chine désigne ici essentiellement le continent chinois.Hongkong, Taiwan et Macao ne sont pas pour autant totalement exclus.La question posée est toute simple : qui parle le francais en Chine ? Pour retrouver ces personnes, les établissements d'enseignement nous servent de fil rouge.

  13. Lake whitefish diet, condition, and energy density in Lake Champlain and the lower four Great Lakes following dreissenid invasions

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    Herbst, Seth J.; Marsden, J. Ellen; Lantry, Brian F.

    2013-01-01

    Lake Whitefish Coregonus clupeaformis support some of the most valuable commercial freshwater fisheries in North America. Recent growth and condition decreases in Lake Whitefish populations in the Great Lakes have been attributed to the invasion of the dreissenid mussels, zebra mussels Dreissena polymorpha and quagga mussels D. bugensis, and the subsequent collapse of the amphipod, Diporeia, a once-abundant high energy prey source. Since 1993, Lake Champlain has also experienced the invasion and proliferation of zebra mussels, but in contrast to the Great Lakes, Diporeia were not historically abundant. We compared the diet, condition, and energy density of Lake Whitefish from Lake Champlain after the dreissenid mussel invasion to values for those of Lake Whitefish from Lakes Michigan, Huron, Erie, and Ontario. Lake Whitefish were collected using gill nets and bottom trawls, and their diets were quantified seasonally. Condition was estimated using Fulton's condition factor (K) and by determining energy density. In contrast to Lake Whitefish from some of the Great Lakes, those from Lake Champlain Lake Whitefish did not show a dietary shift towards dreissenid mussels, but instead fed primarily on fish eggs in spring, Mysis diluviana in summer, and gastropods and sphaeriids in fall and winter. Along with these dietary differences, the condition and energy density of Lake Whitefish from Lake Champlain were high compared with those of Lake Whitefish from Lakes Michigan, Huron, and Ontario after the dreissenid invasion, and were similar to Lake Whitefish from Lake Erie; fish from Lakes Michigan, Huron, and Ontario consumed dreissenids, whereas fish from Lake Erie did not. Our comparisons of Lake Whitefish populations in Lake Champlain to those in the Great Lakes indicate that diet and condition of Lake Champlain Lake Whitefish were not negatively affected by the dreissenid mussel invasion.

  14. L’extraction minière en Asie centrale entre le viiie et le xiie siècle : enjeux économiques et politiques

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    Siméon, Pierre

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    Dans les steppes et les montagnes de l’Asie centrale, des hommes ont exploité des minerais depuis la fin du ve siècle. Leur exploitation connaît une augmentation après la conquête arabo-musulmane, à la période médiévale, notamment aux ixe-xie siècles. Cinq grandes régions alimentent les marchés en minerais ferreux ou non (mercure, étain, et plomb) et en métaux précieux (or et argent). Jusqu’à 10 000 mineurs ont travaillé dans certaines mines et la production d’une partie de ces mines d’argent...

  15. La ville, espace public pour la femme espagnole au XVIIIe siècle : le regard du voyageur français

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    Inmaculada Tamarit Valles

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    Full Text Available L’appropriation de l’espace urbain par la femme espagnole au XVIIIe siècle marque le début d’une faible émancipation de la femme et, en même temps, de son adoption de nouveaux rôles dans la société de l’époque. Les voyageurs français en Espagne décrivent avec un mélange d’étrangeté et de fascination les habitudes de ces femmes qui, réduites depuis toujours à la représentation d’un rôle spécifique dans l’espace privé, profitent de la ville en tant qu’espace ouvert où elles peuvent agir en liberté.

  16. Huile d’olive et huile de graines au xixème siècle en France (vu de la région Marseillaise)

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    Pierrein, Louis

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    Au début du siècle, l’huile d’olive domine largement le marché dans le Midi de la France : aussi bien comme huile à bouche, comme huile de table, que comme huile à fabrique pour la savonnerie. C’est la période du « savon vert », à l’huile d’olive. Deux limitations à cette prépondérance : Comme produit à bouche, l’huile d’olive doit se borner à un marché territorialement assez restreint, au Midi méditerranéen essentiellement. On connait la division traditionnelle, alors, entre la France de la ...

  17. La quête du beau dans les utopies de la première moitié du xixe siècle

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    En 1854, Charlemagne Defontenay publie un voyage intersidéral. Star ou Psy de Cassiopée évoque un univers étrange, situé à des années-lumière des reflets satiriques de l’histoire présents dans d’autres voyages interplanétaires du xixe siècle. Signe de l’importance accordée à la beauté par les habitants de la planète Star qui est au centre de cette épopée sidérale, la chirurgie esthétique y fait son apparition. Sur Star, la morale a été supplantée par l’art, civilisateur souverain. Dans cette ...

  18. Étude de topographie monastique : l’ancien palais abbatial de Saint-Claude (Jura, Ve-XVIIIe siècle

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    Sébastien Bully

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    Full Text Available La ville de Saint-Claude doit sa notoriété à son monastère, Condat, fondé dans les années 430 par Romain, premier « Père du Jura ». Cette importante abbaye bénéficia du prestige de son antiquité et de celui de ses saints fondateurs et thaumaturges durant tout le Moyen Âge – dont saint Claude, abbé mérovingien « découvert » au XIIe siècle –, avant d’être remplacée par un évêché en 1742.Mon travail de thèse présente le résultat des différentes recherches archéologiques entreprises sur l’abbaye ...

  19. Crises et régulation en pays soninké (Sénégal) depuis le milieu du XIXe siècle

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    L'histoire de la région du Gooy (Sénégal) depuis le milieu du XIXe siècle a été marquée par des crises alimentaires récurrentes. En mettant en perspective l'évolution des types de crises, des systèmes de régulation et des tendances démographiques, on peut rendre compte du passage des "années de famine" de la période coloniale aux "années difficiles" de la période actuelle, pour reprendre des expressions soninké. Cette évolution s'est accompagnée de la disparition des grandes mortalités dues a...

  20. Les regalia au crible de la caricature du XVIe au XVIIIe siècle Regalia as seen in caricatures from the 16th to 18th century

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    2008-06-01

    Full Text Available Cet article a pour objet de montrer comment les attributs de la monarchie, les regalia, sont employés de façon dépréciative dans les images polémiques et les caricatures depuis le xvie siècle. À travers l’exemple de trois rois de France (Henri III, Louis XIV et Louis XVI s’ébauche une histoire de la propagande en images.The purpose of this article is to show how the attributes of the monarchy, also named regalia, are used in a negative way in polemical images and caricatures since the sixteenth century. These engravings represent an important part of the history of propaganda in France. They will be discussed through the analysis of three examples: Henry III, Louis XIV and Louis XVI.

  1. Du bon maniement de l’argent du roi en Espagne au XVIIIe siècle. Les enseignements d’un procès pour fraude

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    Anne Dubet

    2010-07-01

    Full Text Available Pour nombre d’historiens – dont je fais partie – les réformes financières entreprises par les premiers Bourbons d’Espagne au XVIIIe siècle n’affectent pas tant l’organisation fiscale de leurs territoires que leur administration. Avant que de modifier la répartition sociale des contributions, il s’agit de rendre au roi et à ses ministres de confiance la décision en matière de dépenses et de s’assurer de son exécution. Ce projet de contrôle accru du roi sur ses propres deniers se traduit certes...

  2. La protection sanitaire niçoise au XIXe siècle : Magistrat de santé et Protomédicat

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    2012-01-01

    8 pages; Article scientifique, histoire de la médecine.; De manière générale, les dispositions qui assurent l'hygiène publique dans un Etat moderne remontent fort loin dans le temps. Abordant le thème du choléra, certains écrits traduisent bien le sentiment de désespoir qu'ont véhiculé la maladie et le besoin urgent et nécessaire d'y remédier. Ce fléau peut-être considéré comme un révélateur car il dresse un état des lieux de la médecine et de son époque. Avant l'arrivé au XIXe siècle du chol...

  3. Mythologies du politique au XXe siècle dans la perspective de Hermann Heller, Ernst Cassirer, Karl Löwith

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    Jeffrey Andrew Barash

    2008-07-01

    Full Text Available Notre travail de recherche actuel concerne le statut problématique du politique en tant qu’objet de la réflexion philosophique en Europe à partir de la fin du XIXème siècle. Nous nous interrogeons plus particulièrement sur la radicalisation des orientations politiques qui s’opère dans l’Allemagne des années vingt et trente, car nous partons en effet du constat que ce mouvement de radicalisation ne cesse de hanter la réflexion philosophique, par-delà la réorientation de l’Allemagne et de l’Eur...

  4. Tradition légendaire et narration écrite. Dimensions temporelles et politiques de la Vida de Santo Amaro (xiiie-xve siècle

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    Néri de Barros Almeida

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    Full Text Available Les narrations de voyages dans l’au-delà, surtout les maritimes, ont eu beaucoup de diffusion à partir du xe siècle en Europe occidentale. Le rapport qui peut être établi, sur le plan de la culture, entre ce genre de narration et les grandes découvertes est déjà bien connu. Néanmoins, jusqu’à présent, l’historiographie portugaise n’a pas tenu compte du thème de façon systématique, à partir de l’étude des textes du genre, composés ou connus au Portugal, pendant la période entre le Moyen Âge et...

  5. Jacques Frémeaux, De quoi fut fait l’empire, les guerres coloniales au XIXe siècle 

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    d’Andurain, Julie

    2014-01-01

    De quoi fut fait l’Empire est l’un des meilleurs, sinon le meilleur ouvrage produit par Jacques Frémeaux, professeur à Paris-Sorbonne, ces dernières années. Outre une très belle érudition comme a son habitude, il fait preuve d’une très grande maîtrise de l’analyse comparative de la guerre coloniale au XIXe siècle présentée ici comme un phénomène global. Son propos consiste en effet à montrer que ces guerres lointaines ne sauraient se comprendre autrement que par comparaison les unes aux autre...

  6. Françoise Waquet, L’ordre matériel du savoir. Comment les savants travaillent XVIe-XXIe siècle.

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    Urbas, Boris

    2015-01-01

    L’historienne Françoise Waquet explore l’histoire de la production des savoirs sous l’angle des relations entre les intellectuels, et notamment de la place méconnue de l’oralité. Dans ce nouvel opus, elle poursuit cette « écologie du savoir » (p. 9) en prenant pour objet la matérialité – « dimension non idéelle » (Ibid.) – des techniques intellectuelles du travail des scientifiques. Privilégiant la longue durée, en couvrant une période allant du XVIe au XXIe siècle, principalement en Europe, ...

  7. Georges Mounin, Histoire de la linguistique des origins au XX siècle, Paris, Presses Universitaires de France, 967, 226 str.

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    Žarko Muljačić

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    Full Text Available U zbirci »Le linguiste« koja je dio odlične serije priručnika “Les précis de l'enseignement supérieur” (skraćeno SUP a uređuje je A. Martinet, izašla je nedavno ova knjiga. Di:ugi dio, La linguistique du xxe siècle, u pripremi je u istoj zbirci. Autor, profesor Filozofskog fakulteta u Aix-en-Provence, istaknuti je romanist koji je dosada objavio deset knjiga i velik broj članaka i manjih priloga iz oblasti romanskih: jezika i književnosti te opće lingvistike s osobitim obzirom. na problem prevođenja uopće i stroja za prevođenje posebno .

  8. Reclaiming the lake

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    Rasmussen, Mattias Borg

    2016-01-01

    of individual rights that move well beyond the site of conflict. It is therefore argued that the actions to reclaim Lake Conococha were not only a battle for natural resources and clean water, but more fundamentally an attempt to repossess a citizenship that may be constitutionally secured but all too oft en...

  9. Lake Ontario: Nearshore Variability

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    We conducted a high-resolution survey with towed electronic instrumentation along the Lake Ontario nearshore (720 km) at a 20 meter contour. The survey was conducted September 6-10, 2008 with a shorter 300 km survey conducted August 14-15 for comparing of temporal variability. ...

  10. Les Oromo à la conquête du trône du roi des rois (XVIe-XVIIIe siècle

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    Dimitri Toubkis

    2010-04-01

    Full Text Available Selon les textes historiques royaux, l’opposition souvent décrite entre les Oromo et la cour éthiopienne, est loin d’être évidente. L’étude des sources montre que, entre la fin du xvie siècle et la fin du xviiie siècle, les relations entre les Oromo et le milieu de la cour ont été construites sur des liens familiaux et des alliances. Ainsi, les Oromo n’étaient pas du tout considérés comme un groupe ethnique, mais plutôt comme groupe politique influent. À ce titre, ils ont pris part au jeu politique du royaume éthiopien. Surtout, ils ne représentaient pas un parti oromo qui luttait pour le pouvoir contre d’autres groupes. Ils ont constitué des forces politiques impliquées dans les différents partis de cour.According to the royal historical texts, the opposition often described between the Oromo and the Ethiopian Court, is far from being obvious. The study of the evidences shows that between the end of the sixteenth century and the end of the eighteenth century the relationships between the Oromo and the Court were built on family links and alliances. Thus the Oromo were not at all considered as an ethnic group but rather as a ruling group. As such they took part in the political game of the Ethiopian Kingdom. Above all they did not represent an Oromo party struggling for power against other groups. They were political forces implied in different court parties.

  11. La grange seigneuriale de « l’hébergement » de Flux à Lailly-en-Val (Loiret au XIVe siècle

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    Daniel Bontemps

    2012-04-01

    Full Text Available La grange seigneuriale de Flux à Lailly-en-Val (Loiret est construite sur le lit majeur de la Loire en zone primitivement inondable. Transformée par les siècles, elle n’en conserve pas moins son pourtour d’origine et une charpente à fermes et pannes sur poteaux dont les bois ont été coupés vers 1320 (dendrochronologie. Grâce à des aveux du XIVe siècle, postérieurs d’un tiers de siècle à sa construction, on constate qu’elle occupait une situation à part dans « l’hébergement » de Flux. Son implantation près de Beaugency permettait de transporter la part des récoltes qui y étaient entreposées en peu de temps pour y être vendue.The seigniorial barn of Flux at Lailly-en-Val (Loiret was built on the main bed of the river Loire which, at the time, was liable to inundation. The building has been modified over the centuries but nonetheless conserves its original footprint and its original wooden trusses and purlins. These are supported by posts the timber of which, according to dendrochronological analysis, was cut in about 1320. In archival consents dating from the 14th century, a third of a century after the construction, it is possible to see how the barn occupied a peripheral situation in the ‘hébergement’, the lodging of Flux. Its location near Beaugency allowed for parts of the harvest to be rapidly stored in the barn prior to sale.

  12. Chronologie de la renaissance du vitrail à Paris au XIXe siècle : L’exemple de l’église Saint-Laurent

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    Laurence de Finance

    2012-04-01

    Full Text Available L’église Saint-Laurent, à Paris, offre un bon examen de la renaissance du vitrail au XIXe siècle. Trois commandes passées successivement entre 1846 et 1888 à des artistes de renom témoignent de l’évolution de cet art depuis les premières recherches vers 1820 jusqu’à la parfaite maîtrise d’une technique, perdue au siècle précédent faute de commande. L’iconographie de ces trois séries de verrières, dont l’évolution stylistique est à mettre en parallèle avec les autres arts, reflètent les différentes dévotions d’une société liée aux pratiques gallicanes avant de rallier le courant ultramontain. Enfin, des différences au niveau des signatures témoignent de l’évolution de la perception du métier de peintre verrier par leurs contemporains.The Saint-Laurent church in Paris is a good example of how stained glass witnessed a renaissance during the nineteenth century. Three commissions signed between 1846 and 1888 with stained glass artists of renown bear witness to the evolution of this art from early researches in the 1820s to complete technical mastery, lost during the preceding century for lack of commands. The iconography of the three series of stained glass windows, which is to be compared with the evolution in other arts, reflects the different devotional features of a society linked to Gallican practices before going over to more ultramontain tendencies. Differences in the importance accorded to the signature of the artist also gives an indication of how the status of the stained glass artist was perceived by their contemporaries.

  13. La couleur des palais royaux espagnols du xvie au xviiie siècle The colour of Spanish royal palaces from the sixteenth to eighteenth centuries

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    Juan Hernández Ferrero

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    Full Text Available En Espagne, l’architecture des châteaux royaux, monochrome, n’accorde aucune véritable importance esthétique à la couleur. Ainsi, le monastère de l’Escurial, également palais royal, utilise le gris (teinte quelque peu modifiée de nos jours comme élément conférant une uniformité architecturale. Mais, au cours du xviie siècle, les façades du nouveau palais du Buen Retiro reçoivent une coloration discrète qui vise à les mettre en valeur. La couleur intègre alors le vocabulaire des architectes pour finalement s’affirmer dans l’usage au xviiie siècle, comme nous le verrons avec les palais royaux de Madrid, du Pardo, de Riofrío et de La Granja de San Ildefonso. Ainsi se trouve contredite la théorie initiale d’absence de couleur dans les résidences royales d’Espagne. Cette évolution est le fruit de l’influence européenne sur l’art espagnol.In Spain, the monochromatic architecture of royal chateaux placed no real aesthetic importance on colour. The El Escurial monastery, also a royal palace, used the colour grey (a tone somewhat modified today to provide an architectural uniformity. But during the seventeenth century the facades of the new Buen Retiro palace were given a discreet colouring that aimed to enhance them. Colour began to be used by architects, and widely so in the eighteenth century, as we will see with the royal palaces of Madrid, El Pardo, Riofrío and La Granja de San Ildefonso – contradicting the initial theory that colour was absent from the royal residences of Spain. This development was a result of the European influence on Spanish art.

  14. Microbiology of Lonar Lake and other soda lakes.

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    Antony, Chakkiath Paul; Kumaresan, Deepak; Hunger, Sindy; Drake, Harold L; Murrell, J Colin; Shouche, Yogesh S

    2013-03-01

    Soda lakes are saline and alkaline ecosystems that are believed to have existed throughout the geological record of Earth. They are widely distributed across the globe, but are highly abundant in terrestrial biomes such as deserts and steppes and in geologically interesting regions such as the East African Rift valley. The unusual geochemistry of these lakes supports the growth of an impressive array of microorganisms that are of ecological and economic importance. Haloalkaliphilic Bacteria and Archaea belonging to all major trophic groups have been described from many soda lakes, including lakes with exceptionally high levels of heavy metals. Lonar Lake is a soda lake that is centered at an unusual meteorite impact structure in the Deccan basalts in India and its key physicochemical and microbiological characteristics are highlighted in this article. The occurrence of diverse functional groups of microbes, such as methanogens, methanotrophs, phototrophs, denitrifiers, sulfur oxidizers, sulfate reducers and syntrophs in soda lakes, suggests that these habitats harbor complex microbial food webs that (a) interconnect various biological cycles via redox coupling and (b) impact on the production and consumption of greenhouse gases. Soda lake microorganisms harbor several biotechnologically relevant enzymes and biomolecules (for example, cellulases, amylases, ectoine) and there is the need to augment bioprospecting efforts in soda lake environments with new integrated approaches. Importantly, some saline and alkaline lake ecosystems around the world need to be protected from anthropogenic pressures that threaten their long-term existence.

  15. Lake trout rehabilitation in Lake Erie: a case history

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    Cornelius, Floyd C.; Muth, Kenneth M.; Kenyon, Roger

    1995-01-01

    Native lake trout (Salvelinus namaycush) once thrived in the deep waters of eastern Lake Erie. The impact of nearly 70 years of unregulated exploitation and over 100 years of progressively severe cultural eutrophication resulted in the elimination of lake trout stocks by 1950. Early attempts to restore lake trout by stocking were unsuccessful in establishing a self-sustaining population. In the early 1980s, New York's Department of Environmental Conservation, Pennsylvania's Fish and Boat Commission, and the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service entered into a cooperative program to rehabilitate lake trout in the eastern basin of Lake Erie. After 11 years of stocking selected strains of lake trout in U.S. waters, followed by effective sea lamprey control, lake trout appear to be successfully recolonizing their native habitat. Adult stocks have built up significantly and are expanding their range in the lake. Preliminary investigations suggest that lake trout reproductive habitat is still adequate for natural reproduction, but natural recruitment has not been documented. Future assessments will be directed toward evaluation of spawning success and tracking age-class cohorts as they move through the fishery.

  16. Ruptures politiques et mutations comptables au bailliage d’Hesdin en Artois au XIVe siècle

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    Jean-Baptiste Santamaria

    2011-11-01

    Full Text Available L’évolution progressive des comptes tenus pour la recette du bailliage d’Hesdin en Artois au cours du XIVe siècle a entraîné leur radicale transformation, depuis des rouleaux de parchemins couvrant quelques mois jusqu’à d’amples registres reliant entre eux des séries entières de comptes annuels. Or parallèlement, le comté d’Artois changeait de main, passant notamment sous le contrôle des ducs capétiens de Bourgogne, de la monarchie française, du comte de Flandre, pour échoir finalement aux ducs Valois de Bourgogne. Les transformations institutionnelles ayant accompagné ces bouleversements, l’introduction de nouvelles méthodes de gestion comme les décharges et la standardisation opérée par les instances de contrôle ont entraîné une modification de l’usage de ces comptes, instruments de contrôle plus que de gestion. Les évolutions codicologiques constatées entre les années 1320 et 1390 renvoient à la complexification d’une ingéniérie financière fondée sur les jeux d’écriture, donc la virtualisation de l’argent, exigeant un instrument indispensable au contrôle de flux financiers à une échelle dépassant les cadres de l’Artois. À partir des années 1380, les spécialistes en charge de ce contrôle, à savoir les gens des comptes, furent les catalyseurs de cette transformation codicologique entamée une cinquantaine d’années plut tôt.The gradual change in accounts held for the recipe of the Bailiwick of Hesdin in Artois during the fourteenth century led to their radical transformation, from scrolls covering several months of detailed records linking a whole series of annual accounts. Yet at the same time, the County of Artois changed hands from particular under the control of Capetian dukes of Burgundy, the French monarchy, the Count of Flanders, to ultimately accrue to Valois dukes of Burgundy. The institutional changes that accompanied these political changes, the introduction of new

  17. Radiochronology of lake sediments

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    Erten, H.N. [Bilkent Univ., Ankara (Turkey). Dept. of Chemistry

    1997-01-01

    Sediment cores from Lakes Zurich, Constance, from the Sea of Marmara and from southern Turkey, northern Cyprus and eastern Spain were dated using natural {sup 210}Pb, fallout {sup 137}Cs and cosmic-ray produced {sup 7}Be radionuclides. Constant activity regions in the uppermost sections of sediments from Lake Zurich and the Sea of Marmara were attributed to post-depositional mobility of {sup 210}Pb in the former case and to bioturbation in the latter. A serious discrepancy exists between the {sup 210}Pb dating of Sea of Marmara sediments and those obtained by organic carbon based methods. The elements Zn, Cu, P and Pb were enriched in the upper sections of the sediment cores corresponding to the last 200 years. The increased metallurgical activities as a result of reforms in the Ottoman Army during the 18th century could be the most likely cause. (Author).

  18. Archaea in Yellowstone Lake.

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    Kan, Jinjun; Clingenpeel, Scott; Macur, Richard E; Inskeep, William P; Lovalvo, Dave; Varley, John; Gorby, Yuri; McDermott, Timothy R; Nealson, Kenneth

    2011-11-01

    The Yellowstone geothermal complex has yielded foundational discoveries that have significantly enhanced our understanding of the Archaea. This study continues on this theme, examining Yellowstone Lake and its lake floor hydrothermal vents. Significant Archaea novelty and diversity were found associated with two near-surface photic zone environments and two vents that varied in their depth, temperature and geochemical profile. Phylogenetic diversity was assessed using 454-FLX sequencing (~51,000 pyrosequencing reads; V1 and V2 regions) and Sanger sequencing of 200 near-full-length polymerase chain reaction (PCR) clones. Automated classifiers (Ribosomal Database Project (RDP) and Greengenes) were problematic for the 454-FLX reads (wrong domain or phylum), although BLAST analysis of the 454-FLX reads against the phylogenetically placed full-length Sanger sequenced PCR clones proved reliable. Most of the archaeal diversity was associated with vents, and as expected there were differences between the vents and the near-surface photic zone samples. Thaumarchaeota dominated all samples: vent-associated organisms corresponded to the largely uncharacterized Marine Group I, and in surface waters, ~69-84% of the 454-FLX reads matched archaeal clones representing organisms that are Nitrosopumilus maritimus-like (96-97% identity). Importance of the lake nitrogen cycling was also suggested by >5% of the alkaline vent phylotypes being closely related to the nitrifier Candidatus Nitrosocaldus yellowstonii. The Euryarchaeota were primarily related to the uncharacterized environmental clones that make up the Deep Sea Euryarchaeal Group or Deep Sea Hydrothermal Vent Group-6. The phylogenetic parallels of Yellowstone Lake archaea to marine microorganisms provide opportunities to examine interesting evolutionary tracks between freshwater and marine lineages.

  19. Not so Great Lakes?

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    Showstack, Randy

    In 1965, Frank Sinatra won the Grammy Award for his album, "September of My Years;" "Early Bird," the first commercial communications satellite, was launched; and Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. was arrested in Selma, Alabama, during demonstrations against voter-registration rules.The year 1965 was also the last time water levels in the U.S. Great Lakes were as low as they are now.

  20. Great Lakes Energy Institute

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    Alexander, J. Iwan [Case Western Reserve Univ., Cleveland, OH (United States)

    2012-11-18

    The vision of the Great Lakes Energy Institute is to enable the transition to advanced, sustainable energy generation, storage, distribution and utilization through coordinated research, development, and education. The Institute will place emphasis on translating leading edge research into next generation energy technology. The Institute’s research thrusts focus on coordinated research in decentralized power generation devices (e.g. fuel cells, wind turbines, solar photovoltaic devices), management of electrical power transmission and distribution, energy storage, and energy efficiency.

  1. Audubon National Wildlife Refuge, Lake Nettie National Wildlife Refuge, Camp Lake Easement Refuge, Wintering River Easement Refuge, Cottonwood Lake Easement Refuge, Sheyenne Lake Easement Refuge : Narrative report : 1969

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    US Fish and Wildlife Service, Department of the Interior — This annual narrative report for Audubon National Wildlife Refuge (including Lake Nettie National Wildlife Refuge, Camp Lake Easement Refuge, Cottonwood Lake...

  2. Bear Lake-Minidoka - Phragmites Control

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    US Fish and Wildlife Service, Department of the Interior — Bear Lake: Phragmites patches were sprayed on the refuge & north of the lake proper. Minidoka: patches along the Snake River & Lake Walcott were treated with...

  3. Great Lakes' regional climate regimes

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    Kravtsov, Sergey; Sugiyama, Noriyuki; Roebber, Paul

    2016-04-01

    We simulate the seasonal cycle of the Great Lakes' water temperature and lake ice using an idealized coupled lake-atmosphere-ice model. Under identical seasonally varying boundary conditions, this model exhibits more than one seasonally varying equilibrium solutions, which we associate with distinct regional climate regimes. Colder/warmer regimes are characterized by abundant/scarce amounts of wintertime ice and cooler/warmer summer temperatures, respectively. These regimes are also evident in the observations of the Great Lakes' climate variability over recent few decades, and are found to be most pronounced for Lake Superior, the deepest of the Great Lakes, consistent with model predictions. Multiple climate regimes of the Great Lakes also play a crucial role in the accelerated warming of the lakes relative to the surrounding land regions in response to larger-scale global warming. We discuss the physical origin and characteristics of multiple climate regimes over the lakes, as well as their implications for a longer-term regional climate variability.

  4. Algae Bloom in a Lake

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    David Sanabria

    2008-01-01

    Full Text Available The objective of this paper is to determine the likelihood of an algae bloom in a particular lake located in upstate New York. The growth of algae in this lake is caused by a high concentration of phosphorous that diffuses to the surface of the lake. Our calculations, based on Fick's Law, are used to create a mathematical model of the driving force of diffusion for phosphorous. Empirical observations are also used to predict whether the concentration of phosphorous will diffuse to the surface of this lake within a specified time and under specified conditions.

  5. THE LAKES IN ROMANIA - AN ACTUAL SYNTHESIS

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    Petre GÂŞTESCU

    2010-06-01

    Full Text Available The article offers a synthesis of the lakes of Romania. We addressed the following questions: genetic types of lakes, geographical distribution and their use in various fields of activities. Thus, in the territory of Romania is a large genetic diversity of lakes distributed on all major forms of relief and recovery in many economic areas. Romania is particularly present fluvial lakes, glacial lakes and anthropogenic lakes (especially reservoirs.

  6. Glacial lakes Buni and Jezerce: Albania

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    Milivojević Milovan; Kovačević-Majkić Jelena

    2005-01-01

    The paper presents glacial lakes and glacial relief forms at the foothill of the peak Maja Jezerce in Mt. Prokletije in Albania, near the border with Montenegro. The group of lakes Buni and Jezerce, which consists of six lakes and which genetically belongs to glacial-erosional lakes, is analyzed. Lakes are situated at the cirque bottom, between the moraines and limestone ridges. Except presented morphometric characteristics of lake basins, data about cirque are given, as well as the reconstru...

  7. THE LAKES IN ROMANIA - AN ACTUAL SYNTHESIS

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    Petre GÂŞTESCU

    2010-01-01

    The article offers a synthesis of the lakes of Romania. We addressed the following questions: genetic types of lakes, geographical distribution and their use in various fields of activities. Thus, in the territory of Romania is a large genetic diversity of lakes distributed on all major forms of relief and recovery in many economic areas. Romania is particularly present fluvial lakes, glacial lakes and anthropogenic lakes (especially reservoirs).

  8. Lake Charles CCS Project

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    Leib, Thomas [Leucadia Energy, LLC, Salt Lake City, UT (United States); Cole, Dan [Denbury Onshore, LLC, Plano, TX (United States)

    2015-06-30

    In late September 2014 development of the Lake Charles Clean Energy (LCCE) Plant was abandoned resulting in termination of Lake Charles Carbon Capture and Sequestration (CCS) Project which was a subset the LCCE Plant. As a result, the project was only funded through Phase 2A (Design) and did not enter Phase 2B (Construction) or Phase 2C (Operations). This report was prepared relying on information prepared and provided by engineering companies which were engaged by Leucadia Energy, LLC to prepare or review Front End Engineering and Design (FEED) for the Lake Charles Clean Energy Project, which includes the Carbon Capture and Sequestration (CCS) Project in Lake Charles, Louisiana. The Lake Charles Carbon Capture and Sequestration (CCS) Project was to be a large-scale industrial CCS project intended to demonstrate advanced technologies that capture and sequester carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions from industrial sources into underground formations. The Scope of work was divided into two discrete sections; 1) Capture and Compression prepared by the Recipient Leucadia Energy, LLC, and 2) Transport and Sequestration prepared by sub-Recipient Denbury Onshore, LLC. Capture and Compression-The Lake Charles CCS Project Final Technical Report describes the systems and equipment that would be necessary to capture CO2 generated in a large industrial gasification process and sequester the CO2 into underground formations. The purpose of each system is defined along with a description of its equipment and operation. Criteria for selection of major equipment are provided and ancillary utilities necessary for safe and reliable operation in compliance with environmental regulations are described. Construction considerations are described including a general arrangement of the CCS process units within the overall gasification project. A cost estimate is provided, delineated by system area with cost breakdown showing equipment, piping and materials

  9. Les salaires des ouvriers du bâtiment à Gérone au XVème siècle

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    Victor, Sandrine

    1996-06-01

    Full Text Available During the XVth century in Girona there was a lot of building offering abundant documentation for a study of the building world. Thanks to the building accounts of the Cathedral and its fortifications, it is possible to study workers'wages and living standards. First of all, a typology of wages needs to be done. Most workers were paid on a daily basis. This kind of salary might vary according to season, activity or professional qualifications. Other workers were on a piece-work basis: for example, traginers, ferrers or argenters. The evolution of wages during the XVth century in Girona follows the general trend observed by J. Hamilton. The wages of best qualified workers remain stable, while those of less qualified vary with a tendency to increase. Then, there is a compression of the salaries. However, this rise is not enough to set off the XVth century's inflation. The living standards of the whole population of building paid workers tend to decrease. Between 1465 and 1490, a master stone cutter loses 42% of his real wage, and a worker 21%. A typical Budget underlines the fact that only a bachelor artisan had a relatively favourable standard of living. In these conditions, the upkeep of a family brought problems.[fr] Les nombreux chantiers qui s'étendent au long du XVème siècle fournissent une documentation abondante sur le monde du bâtiment à Gérone. Grâce aux comptes de la fabrique de la cathédrale et des fortifications, il est possible de dresser une étude sur les salaires et le niveau de vie des principaux métiers de la construction. Il faut d'abord établir une typologie des salaires. La majeure partie des ouvriers est payée à la journée. Cette rémunération peut souffrir de variations selon la saison, l'activité au sein du chantier ou les qualifications professionnelles. Les autres ouvriers touchent un salaire à la tâche ou à la pièce. C'est le cas des traginers, des ferrers ou des argenters. L'évolution des salaires

  10. Les migrations dans les mondes alpin et jurassien suisses du Moyen Age au milieu du XXe siècle : un bref survol

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    Anne-Lise Head-König

    2011-05-01

    Full Text Available Cette contribution vise à montrer les grandes phases des mouvements migratoires du Moyen Age au milieu du XXe siècle dans les mondes alpin et jurassien suisses. La migration a toujours été une complémentarité nécessaire aux ressources de la montagne, et elle s'amplifie lorsque les disparités économiques avec le plat pays s'accroissent. Elle se caractérise par une forte diversité, puisque non seulement les destinations et les aires d'établissement des migrants peuvent varier fortement d'une commune à l'autre, mais aussi parce qu'au sein d'un même territoire ont toujours coexisté des formes différentes de mobilité, saisonnières, pluriannuelles, viagères ou définitives. Un aspect remarquable de ces types de migration est qu’ils s'inscrivent dans une très longue tradition pluriséculaire, avec quelques exceptions notables, ainsi les migrations des Walser, les migrations forcées et les nouvelles formes de la migration dès la seconde moitié du XIXe siècle. La mobilité est imposée aussi par les modifications des formes prévalantes de production (élevage plutôt qu'emblavures, de même que par les facteurs démographiques. A ces facteurs s'ajoute celui du rôle des institutions politiques tout au long de la période étudiée, seigneuriales au Moyen Age, communales et cantonales jusque dans la seconde moitié du XIXe siècle, puis fédérales.This paper aims at retracing the important phases of migrations in the alpine regions and the Jura from the Middle Ages up to the middle of the 20th century. Migration has always functioned as a necessary complement to the resources of the inhabitants of the upland regions and it increases when the economic disparity with the lowlands becomes more marked. A striking characteristic of such migration is the great diversity that can be observed, since not only the destinations of the migrants varied from community to community, but also different forms of mobility coexisted within the

  11. Embryotoxicity of an extract from Great Lakes lake trout to rainbow trout and lake trout

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    Wright, P.J.; Tillitt, D.E. [National Biological Service, Columbia, MO (United States). Midwest Science Center

    1995-12-31

    Aquatic ecosystems such as the Great Lakes are known to be contaminated with chemicals that are toxic to fish. However, the role of these contaminants in reproductive failures of fishes, such as lake trout recruitment, has remained controvertible. It was the objective to evaluate dioxin-like embryotoxicity of a complex mixture of chemicals and predict their potential to cause the lack of recruitment in Great Lakes lake trout. Graded doses of a complex environmental extract were injected into eggs of both rainbow trout and lake trout. The extract was obtained from whole adult lake trout collected from Lake Michigan in 1988. The extract was embryotoxic in rainbow trout, with LD50 values for Arlee strain and Erwin strain of 33 eggEQ and 14 eggEQ respectively. The LOAEL for hemorrhaging, yolk-sac edema, and craniofacial deformities in rainbow trout were 2, 2, and 4 eggEQ, respectively. Subsequent injections of the extract into lake trout eggs were likewise embryotoxic, with an LD50 value of 7 eggEQ. The LOAEL values for the extract in lake trout for hemorrhaging, yolk-sac edema, and craniofacial deformities were 0.1, 1, and 2 eggEQ, respectively. The current levels of contaminants in lake trout eggs are above the threshold for hemorrhaging and yolk-sac edema. The results also support the use of an additive model of toxicity to quantify PCDDs, PCDFs, Non-o-PCBs, and Mono-o-PCBs in relation to early life stage mortality in Lake Michigan lake trout.

  12. Delineation of sympatric morphotypes of lake trout in Lake Superior

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    Moore, Seth A.; Bronte, Charles R.

    2001-01-01

    Three morphotypes of lake trout Salvelinus namaycush are recognized in Lake Superior: lean, siscowet, and humper. Absolute morphotype assignment can be difficult. We used a size-free, whole-body morphometric analysis (truss protocol) to determine whether differences in body shape existed among lake trout morphotypes. Our results showed discrimination where traditional morphometric characters and meristic measurements failed to detect differences. Principal components analysis revealed some separation of all three morphotypes based on head and caudal peduncle shape, but it also indicated considerable overlap in score values. Humper lake trout have smaller caudal peduncle widths to head length and depth characters than do lean or siscowet lake trout. Lean lake trout had larger head measures to caudal widths, whereas siscowet had higher caudal peduncle to head measures. Backward stepwise discriminant function analysis retained two head measures, three midbody measures, and four caudal peduncle measures; correct classification rates when using these variables were 83% for leans, 80% for siscowets, and 83% for humpers, which suggests the measures we used for initial classification were consistent. Although clear ecological reasons for these differences are not readily apparent, patterns in misclassification rates may be consistent with evolutionary hypotheses for lake trout within the Laurentian Great Lakes.

  13. Du don aux églises au don pour le salut de l’âme en Occident (ive-xie siècle : le paradigme eucharistique

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    Eliana Magnani

    2009-01-01

    Full Text Available Ce sont les historiens du droit les premiers qui se sont intéressés à ce qu’il a été convenu d’appeler les « donations pro anima » : ces actes de donation indépendants des actes de dernière volonté, apparus au début du viie siècle à Ravenne et dès la deuxième moitié du siècle en Gaule  ou dans l’Espagne wisigothique , qui se sont multipliés et devenus le « prototype » de l’acte juridique à l’âge féodal . Les médiévistes, ensuite, incorporant sans les discuter les catégories de l’anthropologie...

  14. Compte-rendu d’Esmein-Sarrazin (Camille, L’Essor du roman. Discours théorique et constitution d’un genre littéraire au XVIIe siècle,

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    Alexandre De Craim

    2008-07-01

    Full Text Available Le titre de l’essai de Camille Esmein-Sarrazin semble pouvoir s’appliquer à de nombreuses époques. En effet, « l’essor du roman » débute-t-il au XVIe siècle, grâce au succès des vastes cycles romanesques (comme les Amadis ou de l’apparition de nouvelles formes d’écriture (Rabelais ? Ou alors au XIXe siècle, époque à laquelle le roman « accède à une place dominante » au sein du champ littéraire ? L’auteure préfère observer les premières théorisations du genre et fixer cet essor au XVIIe sièc...

  15. Via Lyon: Parcours de romans et mutations éditoriales au XVIe siècle. Partie II. La circulation des textes entre Lyon et Paris

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    Gaëlle Burg

    2015-07-01

    Full Text Available La première partie du dossier Via Lyon (Carte Romanze 2/2 [2014] analysait le rôle de carrefour économique et culturel de la ville de Lyon dans la constitution d’une identité éditoriale des romans publiés en France au XVIe siècle. L’étude de ces «parcours de romans» conduit à replacer, en cette seconde partie du dossier, la notion d’«étape lyonnaise» dans la dynamique qui anime les deux principaux centres d’imprimerie français de la Renaissance. L’étude des pérégrinations éditoriales, de Paris à Lyon et de Lyon à Paris, de Lancelot du Lac (G. Burg, de Valentin et Orson (M. Colombo Timelli et de Méliadus chevalier de la Croix (A. Réach-Ngô met ainsi au jour les diverses formes de circulation, d’adaptation et de réappropriation que les ateliers parisiens et lyonnais confèrent aux œuvres romanesques qui passent sous leurs presses tout au long du siècle. The first part of the file Via Lyon (Carte Romanze 2/2 [2014] analyzed the role of economic and cultural crossroad of Lyon city in the constitution of an editorial identity of novels published in France in the sixteenth century. The study of these «novels’ route» leads to situate the concept of «Lyon step» in the dynamics which animates the two major French printing centers of the Renaissance. The editorial peregrinations, from Paris to Lyon and from Lyon to Paris, of three french novels, Lancelot du Lac (G. Burg, Valentin and Orson (M. Colombo Timelli and Méliadus chevalier de la Croix (A. Réach-Ngô, shows the various forms of circulation, adaptation and reappropriation that various Parisian and Lyon workshops give to novels they print throughout the century. 

  16. Les voies de l’américanisation: espace américain et écriture de l’histoire au XVIe siècle

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    Serge Gruzinski

    2012-01-01

    Full Text Available Si depuis la Renaissance l’écriture de l’histoire s’est développée sous diverses modalités dans la chrétienté latine, elle s’est métamorphosée en s’installant sur le sol américain. Alors que la discipline européenne est censée adopter ses contours « modernes » dans l’Italie du XVe siècle avec Leonardo Bruni et Flavio Biondo et qu’elle acquiert sa vitesse de croisière dans la première moitié du siècle suivant dans le sillage des Machiavel et des Guichardin, l’histoire que l’on écrit sur le sol américain, depuis le Nouveau Monde, prend une autre tournure: elle s’américanise. Cette nouvelle orientation se révèle indissociable de l’espace maritime et intercontinental dans lequel elle se déploie. Et ce n’est pas qu’une question d’échelle ou de vastitude.A partir de la época del Renacimiento, la escritura de la historia se desarrolló según varias modalidades en la cristiandad latina, sin embargo hablaremos de metamorfosis tratándose de la historia que se redactó en el suelo americano. Se suele afirmar que la disciplina en Europa adopta su forma moderna en la Italia del siglo XV con Leonardo Bruni y Flavio Biondo y adquiere su madurez en la primera mitad del siglo XVI con Maquiavelo y Guicciardini ; en cambio la historia que se escribe desde el Nuevo Mundo cobra otro cariz : se americaniza. Esta nueva orientación resulta indisociable del espacio marítimo e intercontinental en el que se formula. Y no solo es un asunto de escala ni de amplitud espacial.

  17. Paraître du deuil, d’un lieu à l’autre. Les veuves en Midi toulousain au XVIIIe siècle

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    Christine Dousset

    2012-02-01

    Full Text Available Sous l’Ancien Régime le veuvage oblige les femmes à changer d’apparence pour revêtir des habits de deuil, en particulier pendant l’année qui suit la mort du mari. À Toulouse, de la fin du XVIIe à la fin du XVIIIe siècle, se dessinent des permanences et des nouveautés qui apparaîtront de manière plus évidente dans la première partie du siècle suivant. L’importance symbolique de la tenue de la veuve est soulignée par l’obligation juridique faite aux héritiers du mari de lui fournir ses habits de deuil. Cependant, comme le montrent les inventaires après décès, les codes vestimentaires du deuil restent socialement discriminants, entre le respect d’une étiquette très élaborée par les veuves de la noblesse et les difficultés matérielles des femmes des milieux populaires urbains dont il est très difficile de préciser les pratiques. Ils se transforment cependant à la faveur des changements de la mode féminine et de la diffusion par l’imprimé, tel l’Almanach historique de la ville de Toulouse, du modèle parisien et curial dans les années 1780.Appearances of Mourning. The widows in Toulouse area in the Eighteenth century -During the "Ancien Regime", widowhood forced women to change their appearance to wear clothes of mourning, especially during the year following the death of their husband. In Toulouse, from the end of the Seventeenth century to the end of the Eightheenth century, we can see continuities and changes that will appear more prominently in the first part of the Nineteenth century. The legal obligation for the husband’s heirs to provide the widow’s « habits de deuil » shows the symbolic importance of mourning dress. However, as shown in the probate inventories, social groups use different mourning dress codes. The noble women must respect a very complicated etiquette whereas the women of the working classes are too poor and we don’t know exactly how they are dressed when they become

  18. Forecasting Lake-Effect Snow in the Great Lakes Using NASA Satllite Data

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    Cipullo, Michelle; Molthan, Andrew; Shafer, Jackie; Case, Jonathan; Jedlovec, Gary

    2011-01-01

    This slide presentation reviews the forecast of the lake effect snow in the Great Lakes region using models and infrared estimates of Great Lake Surface Temperatures (GLSTs) from the MModerate Resolution Imaging Spectroradiometer (MODIS) instrument on Terra and Aqua satellites, and other satellite data. This study analyzes Lake Erie and Lake Ontario which produce storm total snowfall ranged from 8-18 inches off of Lake Ontario and 10-12 inches off of Lake Erie for the areas downwind.

  19. Feeding competition between larval lake whitefish and lake herring

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    Savino, Jacqueline F.; Hudson, Patrick L.

    1995-01-01

    The potential for competition for food between larval lake whitefish (Coregonus clupeaformis) and lake herring (C. artedi) 1- to 8-wk of age was explored in a series of 1-h laboratory feeding studies. Feeding started at 2-wk post-hatch. Learning and fish size appear to be more important than prey density at the onset of feeding. Species differed in their feeding behavior and consumption noticeably by 5-wk and substantially by 8-wk. Lake whitefish generally were more aggressive foragers than lake herring, attacking and capturing more prey. At high plankton density at 8-wk, lake herring feeding was depressed in mixed-fish treatments. This difference in competitive food consumption between the two coregonids occurs at a critical life stage, and when combined with other biotic and abiotic factors, may have a significant impact on recruitment.

  20. Value of probe-based confocal laser endomicroscopy (pCLE) and dual focus narrow-band imaging (dNBI) in diagnosing early squamous cell neoplasms in esophageal Lugol’s voiding lesions

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    Prueksapanich, Piyapan; Pittayanon, Rapat; Rerknimitr, Rungsun; Wisedopas, Naruemon; Kullavanijaya, Pinit

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    Background and study aims: Lugol’s chromoendoscopy provides excellent sensitivity for the detection of early esophageal squamous cell neoplasms (ESCN), but its specificity is suboptimal. An endoscopy technique for real-time histology is required to decrease the number of unnecessary biopsies. This study aimed to compare the ESCN diagnostic capability of probed-based confocal laser endomicroscopy (pCLE) and dual focus narrow-band imaging (dNBI) in Lugol’s voiding lesions. Patients and methods:...

  1. PYRAMID LAKE RENEWEABLE ENERGY PLAN

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    HIGH DESERT GEOCULTURE, LLC

    2009-06-06

    The Pyramid Lake Renewable Energy Plan covers these areas: energy potential (primarily focusing on geothermal resource potential, but also more generally addressing wind energy potential); renewable energy market potential; transmission system development; geothermal direct use potential; and business structures to accomplish the development objectives of the Pyramid Lake Paiute Tribe.

  2. Surface seiches in Flathead Lake

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    G. Kirillin

    2014-12-01

    Full Text Available Standing surface waves or seiches are inherent hydrodynamic features of enclosed water bodies. Their two-dimensional structure is important for estimating flood risk, coastal erosion and bottom sediment transport and for understanding shoreline habitats and lake ecology in general. In this work, we present analysis of two-dimensional seiche characteristics in Flathead Lake, Montana, USA, a large intermountain lake known to have high seiche amplitudes. To examine spatial characteristics of different seiche modes we used the original procedure of determining the seiche frequencies from the primitive equation model output with subsequent derivation of the spatial seiche structure at fixed frequencies akin the tidal harmonic analysis. The proposed procedure revealed specific seiche oscillation features in Flathead Lake including maximum surface level amplitudes of the first fundamental mode in straights around the largest island; several higher modes appearing locally in the vicinity of the river inflow; the "Helmholtz" open harbor mode, with the period approximately twice that of the longest seiche mode, generated by a large shallow bay connected to the main lake basin; and several rotating seiche modes potentially affecting the lake-wide circulation. We discuss the lake management problems related to of the spatial seiche distribution, such as shoreline erosion, floods and transport of sediments and invasive species in Flathead Lake.

  3. Planktonic diatoms of Lake Ontario

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    Reinwand, Jerry F.

    1969-01-01

    The major species of diatoms in surface collections from Lake Ontario in September 1964 were Asterionella formosa, Fragilaria crotonensis, and Tabellaris fenestrata. Dominant species in the deep-water samples were Stephanodiscus astraea, S. astraea var. mintula, and F. crotonensis. The diatom flora in surface collections varied among several stations in the eastern end of the lake.

  4. Europa's Great Lakes

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    Schmidt, B. E.; Blankenship, D. D.; Patterson, G. W.; Schenk, P. M.

    2012-04-01

    Unique to the surface of Europa, chaos terrain is diagnostic of the properties and dynamics of its icy shell. While models have suggested that partial melt within a thick shell or melt-through of a thin shell may form chaos, neither model has been able to definitively explain all observations of chaos terrain. However, we present a new model that suggests large melt lenses form within the shell and that water-ice interactions above and within these lenses drive the production of chaos. Our analysis of the geomorphology of Conamara Chaos and Thera Macula, was used to infer and test a four-stage lens-collapse chaos formation model: 1) Thermal plumes of warm, pure ice ascend through the shell melting the impure brittle ice above, producing a lake of briny water and surface down draw due to volume reduction. 2) Surface deflection and driving force from the plume below hydraulically seals the water in place. 3) Extension of the brittle ice lid generates fractures from below, allowing brines to enter and fluidize the ice matrix. 4) As the lens and now brash matrix refreeze, thermal expansion creates domes and raises the chaos feature above the background terrain. This new "lense-collapse" model indicates that chaos features form in the presence of a great deal of liquid water, and that large liquid water bodies exist within 3km of Europa's surface comparable in volume to the North American Great Lakes. The detection of shallow subsurface "lakes" implies that the ice shell is recycling rapidly and that Europa may be currently active. In this presentation, we will explore environments on Europa and their analogs on Earth, from collapsing Antarctic ice shelves to to subglacial volcanos in Iceland. I will present these new analyses, and describe how this new perspective informs the debate about Europa's habitability and future exploration.

  5. Lake-floor sediment texture and composition of a hydrothermally-active, volcanic lake, Lake Rotomahana

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    Pittari, A.; Muir, S. L.; Hendy, C. H.

    2016-03-01

    Young volcanic lakes undergo a transition from rapid, post-eruptive accumulation of volcaniclastic sediment to slower pelagic settling under stable lake conditions, and may also be influenced by sublacustrine hydrothermal systems. Lake Rotomahana is a young (129 year-old), hydrothermally-active, volcanic lake formed after the 1886 Tarawera eruption, and provides a unique insight into the early evolution of volcanic lake systems. Lake-bottom sediment cores, 20-46 cm in length, were taken along a transect across the lake and characterised with respect to stratigraphy, facies characteristics (i.e., grain size, componentry) and pore water silica concentrations. The sediments generally comprise two widespread facies: (i) a lower facies of light grey to grey, very fine lacustrine silt derived from the unconsolidated pyroclastic deposits that mantled the catchment area immediately after the eruption, which were rapidly reworked and redeposited into the lake basin; and (ii) an upper facies of dark, fine-sandy diatomaceous silt, that settled from the pelagic zone of the physically stable lake. Adjacent to sublacustrine hydrothermal vents, the upper dark facies is absent, and the upper part of the light grey to grey silt is replaced by a third localised facies comprised of hydrothermally altered pale yellow to yellowish brown, laminated silt with surface iron-rich encrustations. Microspheres, which are thought to be composed of amorphous silica, although some may be halloysite, have precipitated from pore water onto sediment grains, and are associated with a decrease in pore water silicon concentration. Lake Rotomahana is an example of a recently-stabilised volcanic lake, with respect to sedimentation, that shows signs of early sediment silicification in the presence of hydrothermal activity.

  6. L-Lake macroinvertebrate community

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    Specht, W.L.

    1996-06-01

    To characterize the present benthic macroinvertebrate community of L-Lake, Regions 5 and 7 of the reservoir were sampled in September 1995 at the same locations sampled in 1988 and 1989 during the L-Lake monitoring program. The macroinvertebrate community of 1995 is compared to that of 1988 and 1989. The species composition of L-Lake`s macroinvertebrate community has changed considerably since 1988-1989, due primarily to maturation of the reservoir ecosystem. L-Lake contains a reasonably diverse macroinvertebrate community that is capable of supporting higher trophic levels, including a diverse assemblage of fish species. The L-Lake macroinvertebrate community is similar to those of many other southeastern reservoirs, and there is no indication that the macroinvertebrate community is perturbed by chemical or physical stressors.

  7. 78 FR 53675 - Safety Zone; Lake Erie Heritage Foundation, Battle of Lake Erie Reenactment; Lake Erie, Put-in...

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    ... Lake Erie Reenactment; Lake Erie, Put-in-Bay, OH AGENCY: Coast Guard, DHS. ACTION: Temporary final rule... vicinity of Put-In-Bay, OH. This safety zone is intended to restrict vessels from a portion of Lake Erie during Battle of Lake Erie Reenactment near Put-In-Bay. This temporary safety zone is necessary...

  8. L’Antiquité dans la guerre au siècle des Lumières, Représentation de la guerre et référence antique dans la France du xviiie siècle

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    Thierry Widemann

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    Full Text Available Date de la soutenance : le 16 octobre 2009Composition du juryMonsieur Jean - Pierre Bois, professeur honoraire à l’Université de Nantes, Monsieur Bruno Colson, professeur à l’Université Notre - Dame de la Paix à Namur, Monsieur Hervé Drévillon, professeur à l’Université Paris I Panthéon – Sorbonne, Monsieur François Hartog, directeur d’études à l’École des hautes études en Sciences Sociales (directeur de thèse.RésuméL’omniprésence de l’Antiquité au xviiie siècle a naturellement conduit les h...

  9. Madame de Genlis dans la littérature Russe du XIXe Siècle : Pouchkine, Léon Tolstoï et autres

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    Alla Polosina

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    Full Text Available Dans cet article nous examinons la réception dе Madame de Genlis chez plusieurs auteurs russes du XIXe siècle. Pouchkine la nomma « écrivailleuse sans talent », malgré le fait que ses Mémoires suscitaient son grand intérêt. Léon Tolstoï utilisa le nom de Madame de Genlis dans Guerre et Paix pour mettre en relief le caractère de ses protagonistes : Koutouzov et Vé-ra Rostova. Leskov écrivit un petit chef-d'oeuvre, L’Esprit de Madame de Genlis, sur sa déifica-tion dans la haute société. La réception de Madame de Genlis en Russie paraît étroitement liée au statut aristocratique de son oeuvre, qui servit ainsi de modèle culturel aux élites fran-cophiles russes.

  10. La patria criolla entre localisme exacerbé et solidarité continentale dans la vice-royauté de Lima au XVIIe siècle

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    Bernard Lavallé

    2012-01-01

    Full Text Available Cet article montre comment le créolisme andin du XVIIe siècle fonctionnait et s’affirmait notamment par rapport à une relation très forte à son environnement immédiat, la patria, d’où sa forte coloration localiste et la faible présence dans son discours, voire l'absence, de référents géographiques plus vastes. Il lui était cependant possible d’élargir son regard, et lorsqu’il devait faire face en Espagne aux préjugés péninsulaires, il pouvait aussi faire preuve d'une conscience américaine continentale.Este artículo muestra como el criollismo andino del siglo XVII funcionaba y se afirmaba a partir de une relación muy fuerte con su entorno inmediato, la patria. De ahí su fuerte coloración localista y la escasa presencia, o la ausencia, en su discurso de referentes geográficos más amplios. Sin embargo le era posible ensanchar su mirada, y cuando tenía que enfrentarse en España con los prejuicios peninsulares podía también manifestar una conciencia continental.

  11. L’étranger, le soldat et le bandit. Trois figures judiciaires du faux-monnayage hispanique transfrontalier à la fin du XVIIe siècle

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    Olivier Caporossi

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    Full Text Available L’étranger, le soldat démobilisé et le bandit de grand chemin sont les trois principales figures du faux monnayage hispanique que poursuivent les tribunaux du roi Charles II (1665-1700 dans les espaces frontaliers espagnols à la fin du XVIIe siècle. La défense de la souveraineté monétaire du dernier des Habsbourg obligeait les justices royales à stigmatiser les crimes de monnaie comme la conséquence d’une longue déchéance morale et sociale du délinquant. Elle impliquait aussi la mise sous tutelle des autorités judiciaires locales par le conseil de Castille.The foreigner, the demobilized soldier and the bandit are three main figures of the forgery Hispanic monnayage which pursue the courts of king Charles II (1665-1700 in the border spaces of Spain at the end of the XVIIth century. The defense of the monetary sovereignty of the last one of the Hapsburg obliged the royal justices to stigmatize the crimes monetary as the result of a long moral and social decay of the delinquent. It also implied the appointment of a guardian of the local judicial authorities by the council of Castile.

  12. La littérature dans le champ philosophique français de la première moitié du XXe siècle.

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    Isabelle Kalinowski

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    Full Text Available Une comparaison franco-allemande fait ressortir la suspicion spécifique de la philosophie française institutionnelle de la première moitié du siècle à l’égard de la littérature, dont témoigne notamment la composition des revues philosophiques. Plus conflictuel que ceux de Bachelard ou de Sartre, le cas de Jean Wahl illustre la difficulté de concilier une position universitaire et des intérêts poétiques–avant que la réception de Heidegger ne vienne résoudre cette contradiction.A French/German comparison underlines the specific suspicion of the French institutional philosophy of the first half of the century towards literature, which is revealed by the composition of philosophical reviews. More conflictual than Bachelard’s or Sartre’s, Jean Wahl’s case illustrates the difficulty to conciliate a universitary position and poetical interests before the reception of Heidegger solved the contradiction.

  13. 14 CFR 93.69 - Special requirements, Lake Campbell and Sixmile Lake Airports.

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    ... 14 Aeronautics and Space 2 2010-01-01 2010-01-01 false Special requirements, Lake Campbell and... Anchorage, Alaska, Terminal Area § 93.69 Special requirements, Lake Campbell and Sixmile Lake Airports. Each person operating an aircraft to or from Lake Campbell or Sixmile Lake Airport shall conform to the...

  14. TOXAPHENE IN THE GREAT LAKES. (R825246)

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    This paper presents the most current data for toxaphene in the water, sediments, and biota of the Laurentian Great Lakes of North America. Concentrations in water range from 1.1 ng/L in Lake Superior to 0.17 ng/L in Lake Ontario. Lake Superior has the highest water concentrati...

  15. Less Mixing Can Affect Lake s Ecosystem

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    E.Sohn

    2005-01-01

    Lakescanbelikebowlsofsoupinthemicrowave:Theyneedalittlestirringeverynowandthen.Otherwise,alltheheatendsupontop.That’sexactlywhat’shappenedinrecentyearstoAfrica'sLakeTanganyika,scientistsarereporting.Risingwatertemperatureshaveinterferedwiththelake’snormal

  16. Analysis of Drought in Poyang Lake

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    2011-01-01

    [Objective] The drought situation and causes in Poyang Lake were analyzed.[Method] In response to the drought in Poyang Lake in ten years ago and in recent 10 years,the causes of drought in Poyang Lake were discussed.[Result] Drought occurred frequently in Poyang Lake and the consecutive serious drought occurred now and then.The water level in Poyang Lake since 21st century was lower.The drought in Poyang Lake was due to reduction of precipitation,low water level in Yangtze River and "five lakes",hydraulic ...

  17. The Great Lakes' regional climate regimes

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    Sugiyama, Noriyuki

    For the last couple of decades, the Great Lakes have undergone rapid surface warming. In particular, the magnitude of the summer surface-warming trends of the Great Lakes have been much greater than those of surrounding land (Austin and Colman, 2007). Among the Great Lakes, the deepest Lake Superior exhibited the strongest warming trend in its annual, as well as summer surface water temperature. We find that many aspects of this behavior can be explained in terms of the tendency of deep lakes to exhibit multiple regimes characterized, under the same seasonally varying forcing, by the warmer and colder seasonal cycles exhibiting different amounts of wintertime lake-ice cover and corresponding changes in the summertime lake-surface temperatures. In this thesis, we address the problem of the Great Lakes' warming using one-dimensional lake modeling to interpret diverse observations of the recent lake behavior. (Abstract shortened by ProQuest.).

  18. Rehabilitation of Delavan Lake, Wisconsin

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    Robertson, Dale M.; Goddard, Gerald L.; Helsel, D.R.; MacKinnon, Kevin L.

    2009-01-01

    A comprehensive rehabilitation plan was developed and implemented to shift Delavan Lake, Wisconsin, from a hypereutrophic to a mesotrophic condition. The plan was threefold: (1) reduce external phosphorus (P) loading by applying Best Management Practices in the watershed, enhance an existing wetland, and short-circuit the inflows through the lake, (2) reduce internal P loading by treating the sediments with alum and removing carp, and (3) rehabilitate the fishery by removing carp and bigmouth buffalo and adding piscivores (biomanipulation). The first and second parts of the plan met with only limited success. With only minor reductions in internal and external P loading, P concentrations in the lake returned to near pre-treatment concentrations. The intensive biomanipulation and resulting trophic cascade (increased piscivores, decreased planktivores, increased large zooplankton populations, and reduced phytoplankton populations) eliminated most of the original problems in the lake (blue-green algal blooms and limited water clarity). However, now there is extensive macrophyte growth and abundant filamentous algae. Without significantly reducing the sources of the problems (high P loading) in Delavan Lake, the increased water clarity may not last. With an improved understanding of the individual components of this rehabilitation program, better future management plans can be developed for Delavan Lake and other lakes and reservoirs with similar eutrophication problems.

  19. Microplastics in Taihu Lake, China.

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    Su, Lei; Xue, Yingang; Li, Lingyun; Yang, Dongqi; Kolandhasamy, Prabhu; Li, Daoji; Shi, Huahong

    2016-09-01

    In comparison with marine environments, the occurrence of microplastics in freshwater environments is less understood. In the present study, we investigated microplastic pollution levels during 2015 in Taihu Lake, the third largest Chinese lake located in one of the most developed areas of China. The abundance of microplastics reached 0.01 × 10(6)-6.8 × 10(6) items/km(2) in plankton net samples, 3.4-25.8 items/L in surface water, 11.0-234.6 items/kg dw in sediments and 0.2-12.5 items/g ww in Asian clams (Corbicula fluminea). The average abundance of microplastics was the highest in plankton net samples from the southeast area of the lake and in the sediments from the northwest area of the lake. The northwest area of the lake was the most heavily contaminated area of the lake, as indicated by chlorophyll-α and total phosphorus. The microplastics were dominated by fiber, 100-1000 μm in size and cellophane in composition. To our best knowledge, the microplastic levels measured in plankton net samples collected from Taihu Lake were the highest found in freshwater lakes worldwide. The ratio of the microplastics in clams to each sediment sample ranged from 38 to 3810 and was negatively correlated to the microplastic level in sediments. In brief, our results strongly suggest that high levels of microplastics occurred not only in water but also in organisms in Taihu Lake.

  20. Advance and application of lake optics research

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    2005-01-01

    The mainstreams of lake optics research in recent decades include optical properties of lakewater,observation, transmission and calculation of underwater radiation, determination of absorption coefficient S of yellow substance, influence of UV-B radiation of lake primary productivity by bio-optical model. Major lake optics applications, such as calculation of lake primary productivity and chl-a, analysis of factors restricting eutrophication, and protection against lake eutrophication are summarized.

  1. Monitoring Change in Great Salt Lake

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    Naftz, David; Angeroth, Cory; Freeman, Michael; Rowland, Ryan; Carling, Gregory

    2013-08-01

    Great Salt Lake is the largest hypersaline lake in the Western Hemisphere and the fourth largest terminal lake in the world (Figure 1). The open water and adjacent wetlands of the Great Salt Lake ecosystem support millions of migratory waterfowl and shorebirds from throughout the Western Hemisphere [Aldrich and Paul, 2002]. In addition, the area is of important economic value: Brine shrimp (Artemia franciscana) residing in Great Salt Lake support an aquaculture shrimp cyst industry with annual revenues as high as $60 million.

  2. 2010 Great Lakes Restoration Initiative Bathymetric Lidar: Lake Superior

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    National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, Department of Commerce — The data contained in this file contain hydrographic and topographic data collected by the Fugro LADS Mk II system along the Lake Superior coast of Minnessota,...

  3. Chase Lake Wetland Management District, Chase Lake Prairie Project: Annual narrative report: Calendar year 1994

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    US Fish and Wildlife Service, Department of the Interior — This annual narrative report for Chase Lake WMD, Chase Lake Prairie Project, and Halfway Lake NWR outlines Refuge accomplishments during the 1994 calendar year. The...

  4. Annual narrative report 1995: Chase Lake Wetland Management District, Chase Lake Prairie Project

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    US Fish and Wildlife Service, Department of the Interior — This annual narrative report for Chase Lake WMD, Chase Lake Prairie Project, and Halfway Lake NWR outlines Refuge accomplishments during the 1995 calendar year. The...

  5. Chase Lake Wetland Management District, Chase Lake Prairie Project: Annual narrative report - 1993

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    US Fish and Wildlife Service, Department of the Interior — This annual narrative report for Chase Lake WMD, Chase Lake Prairie Project, and Halfway Lake NWR outlines Refuge accomplishments during the 1993 calendar year. The...

  6. Lake trout in the Great Lakes: Basin-wide stock collapse and binational restoration

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    Hansen, Michael J.; Taylor, William W.; Ferreri, C. Paola

    1999-01-01

    The lake trout (Salvelinus namaycush) was important to the human settlement of each of the Great Lakes, and underwent catastrophic collapses in each lake in the nineteenth and twentieth centuries. The timing of lake trout stock collapses were different in each lake, as were the causes of the collapses, and have been the subject of much scientific inquiry and debate. The purpose of this chapter is to summarize and review pertinent information relating historical changes in Great Lakes lake trout stocks, binational efforts to restore those stocks, and progress toward stock restoration. This presentation attempts to generalize patterns across the Great Lakes, rather than to focus within each lake. Lake specific analyses have been used to understand lake specific causes and effects, but there is continuing debate about some of these causes and effects. A basinwide review may suggest mechanisms for observed changes that are not evident by lake specific analysis.

  7. Restoration in northern Lake Gehu, a eutrophic lake in China

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    Wu, Xiaodong; Li, Wenchao; Pan, Jizheng; Ma, Shuzhan; Chen, Bingfa; He, Shangwei

    2017-02-01

    Lake Gehu is a severely eutrophic lake in southeast China. A series of restoration measures have been implemented since 2009 in northern Lake Gehu. This study compared aquatic plants, water quality, sediment, and phytoplankton between restoration and control areas to investigate the effect of restoration measures. The results demonstrated that aquatic macrophyte coverage increased from 0% to 10.6%; mean TP, TN, and CODMn concentrations increased by 50.0%, 42.4%, and 40.8%, respectively, compared with those before the measures were carried out; the mean Secchi depth (SD) increased to 42.5 cm, which is 1.4 times higher than that before restoration; the mean euphotic depth (Zeu) in the summer increased from 91 to 130 cm; the mean chl a concentration decreased from 34.8 to 20.2 μg/L, compared with that before restoration; the Shannon-Wiener index of phytoplankton increased by 28.7%. The mean TP and TN concentrations in sediments decreased by 63.8% and 52.4%, respectively, compared with that before dredging. These results indicate that the restoration in northern Lake Gehu was effective. To complete the transformation from an algae- to a macrophyte-stable state within the region, further measures must be adopted. This restoration of a eutrophic lake can serve as a reference for similar eutrophic lakes.

  8. Morphological variation of siscowet lake trout in Lake Superior

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    Bronte, C.R.; Moore, S.A.

    2007-01-01

    Historically, Lake Superior has contained many morphologically distinct forms of the lake trout Salvelinus namaycush that have occupied specific depths and locations and spawned at specific times of the year. Today, as was probably the case historically, the siscowet morphotype is the most abundant. Recent interest in harvesting siscowets to extract oil containing omega-3 fatty acids will require additional knowledge of the biology and stock structure of these lightly exploited populations. The objective of this study was to determine whether shape differences exist among siscowet populations across Lake Superior and whether these shape differences can be used to infer stock structure. Morphometric analysis (truss protocol) was used to differentiate among siscowets sampled from 23 locations in Lake Superior. We analyzed 31 distance measurements among 14 anatomical landmarks taken from digital images of fish recorded in the field. Cluster analysis of size-corrected data separated fish into three geographic groups: The Isle Royale, eastern (Michigan), and western regions (Michigan). Finer scales of stock structure were also suggested. Discriminant function analysis demonstrated that head measurements contributed to most of the observed variation. Cross-validation classification rates indicated that 67–71% of individual fish were correctly classified to their region of capture. This is the first study to present shape differences associated with location within a lake trout morphotype in Lake Superior.

  9. Holocene lake deposits of Bosten Lake, southern Xinjiang, China

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    B. Wünnemann; CHEN Fahu; F. Riedel; ZHANG Chengjun; S. Mischke; CHEN Guangjie; D. Demske; MING Jin

    2003-01-01

    A 9.25-m-long sediment core from Bosten Lake, Xinjiang, provides detailed information about changes in the water budget and biological acticity over the last 8400 calendar years. The chronology is constructed from six AMS radiocarbon dates on the terrestrial plant remains. Based on analyses of TOC, CO3, detrital compounds and biogenic SiO2, lake level fluctuations and periods of remarkably-negative water budget appeared at 8.4-8.2 cal ka, 7.38-7.25 cal ka, 5.7-5.5 cal ka, 3.7-3.4 cal ka and 3.3-2.9 cal ka, respectively. As they are in-phase with low lake levels at Sumxi Co and Bangong Co in western Tibet Plateau and with paleolakes in Inner Mongolia, a climate-induced change to somewhat drier andwarmer conditions is inferred. A further drop in lake level after 1320 AD of about 200 yr duration may be attributed to a negative water balance prior to the main phase of the Little Ice Age. Deep and stable lake phases of 1500 yr and 1800yr duration at 7.2-5.7 cal ka and 5.5-3.7 cal ka coincide with maximum moisture during the Holocene Megathermal in China. The long term trend towards ariditysince about 4.3 cal ka can clearly be recognised. The reduced water budget of Bosten Lake from 640-1200 AD may be attributed to local effects.

  10. Audubon National Wildlife Refuge, Lake Nettie National Wildlife Refuge, Camp Lake Easement Refuge, Wintering River Easement Refuge, Cottonwood Lake Easement Refuge, Sheyenne Lake Easement Refuge, Lake Otis Easement Refuge : Narrative report : 1970

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    US Fish and Wildlife Service, Department of the Interior — This annual narrative report for Audubon National Wildlife Refuge (including Lake Nettie National Wildlife Refuge, Camp Lake Easement Refuge, Cottonwood Lake...

  11. Aquatic macrophyte richness in Danish lakes in relation to alkalinity, transparency, and lake area

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    Vestergaard, Ole Skafte; Sand-Jensen, Kaj

    2000-01-01

    alkalinity but 12.3 in lakes of high alkalinity due to a greater occurrence of the species-rich group of elodeids. Mean species richness per lake also increased significantly with increasing Secchi depth. No significant relationship between species richness and lake surface area was observed among the entire...... group of lakes or a subset of eutrophic lakes, as the growth of submerged macrophytes in large lakes may be restricted by wave action in shallow water and light restriction in deep water. In contrast, macrophyte species richness increased with lake surface area in transparent lakes, presumably due...

  12. Folsom Lake 2005 Sedimentation Survey

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    US Bureau of Reclamation, Department of the Interior — The Bureau of Reclamation (Reclamation) surveyed Folsom Lake in the fall of 2005 via an interagency agreement with the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (Corps of...

  13. Lake Ladora sampling plan, 1993

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    US Fish and Wildlife Service, Department of the Interior — Task plan from the U.S. Geological Survey for sampling Lake Ladora on the Rocky Mountain National Wildlife Refuge. During the review of the FY93 Surface-Water...

  14. Lakes Ecosystem Services Download Package

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    U.S. Environmental Protection Agency — This data download package contains Esri 10.0 MXDs, file geodatabases and copy of this FGDC metadata record. The data in this package are used in support of the Lake...

  15. Great Lakes Environmental Research Laboratory

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    Federal Laboratory Consortium — NOAA-GLERL and its partners conduct innovative research on the dynamic environments and ecosystems of the Great Lakes and coastal regions to provide information for...

  16. Management recommendations: Benton Lake Complex

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    US Fish and Wildlife Service, Department of the Interior — This document is a review of land management practices at the Benton Lake Complex, by a land use specialist. Recommendations, time frame and additional comments are...

  17. Management recommendations: Sand Lake Complex

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    US Fish and Wildlife Service, Department of the Interior — This document is a review of land management practices at the Sand Lake National Wildlife Refuge, by a land use specialist. Recommendations, time frame and...

  18. Great Lakes Initiative (GLI) Clearinghouse

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    U.S. Environmental Protection Agency — The Great Lakes Initiative Toxicity Data Clearinghouse is a central location for information on criteria, toxicity data, exposure parameters and other supporting...

  19. Functional microbiology of soda lakes.

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    Sorokin, Dimitry Y; Banciu, Horia L; Muyzer, Gerard

    2015-06-01

    Soda lakes represent unique permanently haloalkaline system. Despite the harsh conditions, they are inhabited by abundant, mostly prokaryotic, microbial communities. This review summarizes results of studies of main functional groups of the soda lake prokaryotes responsible for carbon, nitrogen and sulfur cycling, including oxygenic and anoxygenic phototrophs, aerobic chemolithotrophs, fermenting and respiring anaerobes. The main conclusion from this work is that the soda lakes are very different from other high-salt systems in respect to microbial richness and activity. The reason for this difference is determined by the major physico-chemical features of two dominant salts - NaCl in neutral saline systems and sodium carbonates in soda lakes, that are influencing the amount of energy required for osmotic adaptation.

  20. Conversion et culture dans le monde grec du IVe siècle ap. J.-C. Conversion and culture in the 4th century AD Greek world

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    Pierre-Louis Malosse

    2009-10-01

    Full Text Available Rarement la conversion – concept, événement, acte – a tenu une place telle qu’au IVe siècle après Jésus-Christ, dans les années qui mènent de la conversion d’un empereur (Constantin à celle de l’empire. Dans le monde oriental, dominé par la culture hellénique, la conversion religieuse rencontre un modèle depuis longtemps reconnu, celui de la conversion philosophique (ou à la philosophie. Entre l'une et l'autre, il existe une certaine porosité, plus ou moins consciente, comme l'attestent en des directions opposées le cas des milieux philosophiques alexandrins – y compris peut-être Arios –, ou celui de Julien. D'autre part, à l'orée du IVe siècle, la conversion chrétienne a déjà une longue histoire. La nouveauté de l'Antiquité tardive, outre le changement d'échelle, du petit nombre à la masse et du marginal à l'officiel avec le soutien de l'État, est de poser la question du rapport de la conversion religieuse à la culture traditionnelle, question qui ne se posait pas à propos de la conversion philosophique, puisque celle-ci était une composante de cette culture, question qui se pose particulièrement au moment où les convertis prétendent prendre en charge la culture. Plus précisément, il s'agit d'une confrontation avec la paideia, concept qui embrasse et unit étroitement culture et éducation. Chez les auteurs qui s’y réfèrent, que ce soit explicitement ou implicitement, la conversion se définit par rapport à la paideia tour à tour en termes d’exclusion, de concurrence et de complémentarité.Conversion –as a concept, as an event and as a deed – was seldom as imporant as it was during Forth Century AD, from the conversion of an emperor (Constantine to the conversion of the whole Empire. In the Greek speaking and thinking East, religious conversion came across philosophical conversion model, which had been known and admitted for a long time. So, philosophical conversion could

  1. Le lecteur du xviie siècle et l'argot. Problèmes de lisibilité et de pertinence

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    Claudine Nédélec

    2007-11-01

    Full Text Available Nous nous proposons d'étudier ici quelquesdifficultés présentées par la mise en place du lecteur virtuel, et la substitution du lecteur réel au lecteur virtuel, dans des textes qui utilisent un langage "risqué", l'argot, parce qu'il pose à la fois des problèmes de compréhension (de façon réelle ou fantasmatique, il n'est argot que s'il est réputé secret et de tolérabilité (comment un écrivain peut-il parler à ses lecteurs le langage du crime ?. Comme le lecteur réel est un être dans l'histoire, nous nous servirons comme base d'analyse de trois textes situés dans un contexte historique précis, le début du 17ème siècle : un extrait du roman intitulé la Vie généreuse des Mercelots, Gueux et Bohémiens (roman anonyme signé du pseudonyme de Péchon de Ruby, Lyon, 1596, un poème tiré des Premières Oeuvres poétiques du capitaine Lasphrise (par Marc Papillon, seigneur de Lasphrise, Paris, 1597 et une scène de la Comédie de proverbes (par Adrien de Montluc, comte de Cramail, Paris, 1634. Mais il est d'abord nécessaire de définir quelque peu ce qu'il faut entendre par argot.

  2. Exempla et sentences des Antiques dans la littérature politique du XVe siècle en Castille

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    Béatrice Leroy

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    Full Text Available La communication se propose d’analyser les principaux traités de Diego de Valera (Défense des Femmes Vertueuses, Miroir de Véritable Noblesse, Doctrinal des Princes ; la Suma de Política de Rodrigo Sánchez de Arevalo ; les Claros Varones de Castilla d’Hernando del Pulgar. Ces trois auteurs du XVe siècle castillan citent, autant ou plus que les textes des Testaments et la littérature ecclésiastique, les philosophes et les historiens grecs et latins, tirant de leurs exempla et de leurs conclusions des leçons de bon gouvernement, de comportement social et politique, de sagesse et de moralité.La comunicación se propone analizar los principales tratados de Diego de Valera (la Defensa de las virtuosas mujeres, el Espejo de verdadera nobleza, y el Doctrinal de príncipes ; la Suma de Política de Rodrigo Sánchez de Arévalo ; los Claros Varones de Castilla de Hernando del Pulgar. Estos tres autores del siglo XV castellano citan, tanto y más que los textos de los Testamentos y la literatura eclesiástica, los filósofos e historiadores griegos y latinos, sacando de sus ejemplos y de sus conclusiones lecciones de buen gobierno, de comportamiento social y político, de sabiduría y moralidad.

  3. Wagnerianos, flâneurs, hombres-masa. Los ambientes sinestésicos en la arquitectura fin-de-siècle

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    Eduardo Prieto

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    Full Text Available Con su énfasis en la contaminación entre las disciplinas, así como en el papel que otorgan a la integración de los sentidos humanos en la percepción del espacio, las investigaciones contemporáneas sobre las “atmósferas” habitadas tienen un antecedente apenas señalado por la historiografía: la arquitectura fin-de-siècle. En la Francia de finales del siglo XIX la sinestesia se convierte en un tema de moda que, procedente de la recién fundada estética psicológica, pronto desbordará sus primitivos límites para alcanzar la arquitectura; en Alemania, por su parte, la noción romántica de la Gesamtkunstwerk encontrará en el teatro de Wagner un nuevo campo donde las artes colaborarán para producir sorprendes ambientes oníricos. En paralelo, la percepción sinestésica se transformará en el leitmotiv de las instalaciones concebidas para el disfrute multisensorial de los miembros de una incipiente cultura de masas, y dará pie a arquitecturas tan lúdicas como técnica­mente sofisticadas: las construcciones para ferias internacionales. Los ambientes sinestésicos para flâneurs, wagnerianos y hombres-masa serán, así, el germen de los pabellones electroacústicos de Le Corbusier, Iannis Xenakis o Charles y Ray Eames, y de las experiencias de integración ambiental entre las artes propias de Jean Labatut, Charles Moore y, en general, buena parte de las vanguardias de las décadas de 1950 y 1960.

  4. La gastronomie dans les guides de voyage : de la richesse industrielle au patrimoine culturel, France XIXe-début XXe siècle

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    Julia Csergo

    2011-06-01

    Full Text Available Les guides de voyage constituent une source majeure pour une histoire de l’alimentation. Ils nous éclairent sur les temps et les lieux des productions et des consommations alimentaires, sur la construction des images des territoires gourmands et des stéréotypes culinaires. Au-delà, ils constituent, surtout à partir du XIXe siècle qui voit la naissance concomitante de la notion de « gastronomie » (pratique sociale qui s’organise autour de savoir et de savoir-faire, de rites, de gestes et de discours et de celle de « patrimoine » (monument historique, un des principaux médias par lequel appréhender le processus de culturalisation et de patrimonialisation de la gastronomie qui devient, pour le touriste, une forme de consommation culturelle, au même titre que celle des sites et monuments.Travel guides constitute a major source for an history of food. They shed light on times and places of the food productions and consumptions, on the building of the « gourmands » territories and of culinary stereotypes. Moreover, they constitute, especially since the 19h century, in which emerge the notions of “gastronomy” (a social practice organized around knowledge and know-how, rituals, gestures and discourses and “patrimony” (historic building, one of the main mass media relating the process of gastronomy becoming a cultural legacy becoming, for the tourist, a way of cultural consumption, just like sites and monuments.

  5. Les ornements liturgiques au XIXe siècle : origine, fabrication et commercialisation, l’exemple du diocèse de Moulins (Allier

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    Aurore Chatard

    2012-04-01

    Full Text Available Depuis le concile Vatican II, la volonté de l’Église catholique de tendre vers une plus grande simplicité pour réduire la distance, tant physique que psychologique, entre ses ministres et l’ensemble des fidèles a contribué à abandonner certains fastes de la liturgie. Aujourd’hui, l’étude des ornements liturgiques rend compte de leur place au cours des rites et de l’attention portée à leur réalisation. Le XIXe siècle est souvent considéré comme l’âge d’or de leur confection. Une recherche menée dans le diocèse de Moulins a permis de mettre au jour la richesse et la diversité des collections de cette époque, ainsi que le renouvellement de la portée symbolique et politique dont ils ont fait l’objet.Since the II Vatican Council, the wish of the Catholic Church for simplification in order to reduce the distance, both physically and psychologically, between their Ministers and all the believers, contributed to abandon some complex aspects of the liturgy. Nowadays, the liturgical ornaments studying, reports their role during the rites and the particular attention paid to their realization. The XIXth century is often considered as the golden age of their confection. A research led in the diocese of Moulins, allowed to reveal the wealth and the variety of this period’s collections, as well as the renewal of their symbolic and political mean.

  6. Du concept de privanza à la notion de conseil dans la Crónica de Álvaro de Luna (XVe siècle

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    Ghislaine Fournès

    2011-11-01

    Full Text Available Cet article entend analyser le traitement accordé à Álvaro de Luna dans la Crónica qui lui est consacrée, afin de mesurer ce qui, en ce XVe siècle, sépare la figure émergente du privado de celle, ancienne, du conseiller d’un roi ou d’un prince. Malgré la louange appuyée, malgré les distorsions et les omissions imposées par le genre, la Crónica délivre de nombreux indices renvoyant à la relation existant entre Jean II et Álvaro de Luna. Il est alors possible de tenter de cerner les différentes facettes du personnage et son inscription dans l’évolution des pratiques du pouvoir en cette fin du Moyen Âge.El presente artículo tiene como meta analizar el tratamiento otorgado a Álvaro de Luna en su crónica para determinar lo que, durante el siglo XV, separa la figura emergente del privado de la remota figura del consejero de un rey o de un príncipe. A pesar de la alabanza, de las distorsiones y de los silencios impuestos por el género cronístico, la crónica ofrece numerosos indicios sobre la relación mantenida por Juan II y Álvaro de Luna. El análisis permite dibujar las diferentes facetas del personaje así como su posición en relación con la evolución de las prácticas del poder a finales de la Edad Media.

  7. Technologie pour le forage scientifique en eau très profonde au XXIe siècle Deepwater Technology for Scientific Drilling in the 21st Century

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    Sparks C.

    2006-11-01

    Full Text Available Le présent article aborde les slimline risers et les systèmes de forage minier qui sont deux domaines technologiques dont le potentiel doit permettre d'améliorer le forage et le carottage scientifiques en eau très profonde au cours du XXIe siècle. Cet article présente les avantages et les inconvénients des slimline risers, par rapport aux risers de forage utilisés par l'industrie pétrolière. Le potentiel de matériaux nouveaux est évoqué. Des analyses préliminaires de slimline risers fabriqués de différents matériaux (acier, titane, aluminium et composite pour forage scientifique par 4 000 m de profondeur d'eau sont présentées. La seconde partie de l'article aborde les moyens d'adapter les systèmes de forage minier aux grands fonds. This paper addresses slimline riser systems and mining drilling systems which are two items of technology that have the potential to improve scientific drilling and coring in deep water in the 21st century. The paper presents the advantages and disadvantages of drilling with a slimline riser, compared to an oil industry riser. The potential of new materials are discussed. Preliminary analyses of slimline risers made from different materials (steel, titanium, aluminium and composite for 4000 m of water are presented. In the second part of the paper, ways of adapting mining systems to deepwater are discussed.

  8. Les terrains militaires comme ressort de l’urbanisation au XXe siècle dans l’agglomération lyonnaise

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    Marie-Clotilde Meillerand

    2011-07-01

    Full Text Available Cet article revient sur la place des emprises militaires au sein de la ville contemporaine. En partant du cas de la région lyonnaise, l’analyse revient sur les liens qui existent entre les terrains militaires et un certain nombre de projets et d’aménagements urbains élaborés au cours du XXe siècle. À travers différents exemples, notre propos sera particulièrement sensible à la façon dont les autorités locales et les urbanistes ont profité de ces exceptions foncières pour remodeler ou tenter de remodeler la cité. L’objectif est aussi d’identifier les différentes raisons qui ont justifié le retour de ces territoires dans le domaine civil, des raisons hygiénistes jusqu’aux exigences des équipements liées à l’accélération de l’urbanisation.This article reexamines the importance of military-owned land at the heart of the contemporary city. Taking the Lyon region as an example, the analysis returns to the links that existed between military-owned land and a certain number of urban and redevelopment projects elaborated during the twentieth-century. Taking various examples into consideration, this article focuses in particular on the ways that local authorities and urban specialists have taken advantage of these real estate privileges to remodel, or attempt to remodel, the city. This article also aims to identify the different reasons that legitimized a return from military-owned to civilian-owned land such as those ranging from public health to those concerning the demands made by installations linked to the acceleration of the urbanization process.

  9. Effects of lake trout refuges on lake whitefish and cisco in the Apostle Islands Region of Lake Superior

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    Zuccarino-Crowe , Chiara M.; Taylor, William W.; Hansen, Michael J.; Seider, Michael J.; Krueger, Charles C.

    2016-01-01

    Lake trout refuges in the Apostle Islands region of Lake Superior are analogous to the concept of marine protected areas. These refuges, established specifically for lake trout (Salvelinus namaycush) and closed to most forms of recreational and commercial fishing, were implicated as one of several management actions leading to successful rehabilitation of Lake Superior lake trout. To investigate the potential significance of Gull Island Shoal and Devils Island Shoal refuges for populations of not only lake trout but also other fish species, relative abundances of lake trout, lake whitefish (Coregonus clupeaformis), and cisco (Coregonus artedi) were compared between areas sampled inside versus outside of refuge boundaries. During 1982–2010, lake trout relative abundance was higher and increased faster inside the refuges, where lake trout fishing was prohibited, than outside the refuges. Over the same period, lake whitefish relative abundance increased faster inside than outside the refuges. Both evaluations provided clear evidence that refuges protected these species. In contrast, trends in relative abundance of cisco, a prey item of lake trout, did not differ significantly between areas inside and outside the refuges. This result did not suggest indirect or cascading refuge effects due to changes in predator levels. Overall, this study highlights the potential of species-specific refuges to benefit other fish species beyond those that were the refuges' original target. Improved understanding of refuge effects on multiple species of Great Lakes fishes can be valuable for developing rationales for refuge establishment and predicting associated fish community-level effects.

  10. Changes in Rongbuk lake and Imja lake in the Everest region of Himalaya

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    Chen, W.; Doko, T.; Liu, C.; Ichinose, T.; Fukui, H.; Feng, Q.; Gou, P.

    2014-12-01

    The Himalaya holds the world record in terms of range and elevation. It is one of the most extensively glacierized regions in the world except the Polar Regions. The Himalaya is a region sensitive to climate change. Changes in the glacial regime are indicators of global climate changes. Since the second half of the last century, most Himalayan glaciers have melted due to climate change. These changes directly affected the changes of glacial lakes in the Himalayan region due to the glacier retreat. New glacial lakes are formed, and a number of them have expanded in the Everest region of the Himalayas. This paper focuses on the two glacial lakes which are Imja Lake, located at the southern slope, and Rongbuk Lake, located at the northern slope in the Mt. Everest region, Himalaya to present the spatio-temporal changes from 1976 to 2008. Topographical conditions between two lakes were different (Kruskal-Wallis test, p Lake was located at 623 m higher than Imja Lake, and radiation of Rongbuk Lake was higher than the Imja Lake. Although size of Imja Lake was larger than the Rongbuk Lake in 2008, the growth speed of Rongbuk Lake was accelerating since 2000 and exceeds Imja Lake in 2000-2008. This trend of expansion of Rongbuk Lake is anticipated to be continued in the 21st century. Rongbuk Lake would be the biggest potential risk of glacial lake outburst flood (GLOF) at the Everest region of Himalaya in the future.

  11. Limnology of selected lakes in Ohio, 1975

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    Tobin, Robert L.; Youger, John D.

    1977-01-01

    Water-quality reconnaissance by the U.S. Geological Survey and Ohio Environmental Protection Agency, to evaluate the status of Ohio's lakes and reservoirs was begun in 1975 with studies of 17 lakes. Spring and summer data collections for each lake included: profile measurements of temperature, dissolved oxygen, pH, and specific conductance; field and laboratory analyses of physical, biological, chemical organic characteristics; (nutrient), and concentrations of major and minor chemical constituents from composites of the water column; and physical and chemical data from major inflows.Light penetration (secchi disk) ranged from 9.4 feet (2.9 meters) in Lake Hope to 0.4 feet (0.1 meter) in Acton Lake. Seasonal thermal stratification or stability is shown for 10 lakes deeper than 15 feet (4.6 meters). Unstable or modified temperature profiles were observed in shallow lakes (depths less than 15 feet) or lakes controlled through subsurface release valves.Dissolved oxygen saturation ranged from 229 percent (20.8 milligrams per liter) in the epilimnion of Paint Creek Lake to zero in the bottom waters of all thermally stabilized lakes. Marked chemical and physical differences and nutrient uptake and recycling developed within different thermal strata. Anaerobic zones were frequently characterized by hydrogen sulfide and ammonia.Calcium was the dominant or codominant cation, and bicarbonate and(or) sulfate were the major anions in all lakes sampled. Only Hope and Vesuvius Lakes had soft water (hardness less than 61 milligrams per liter as CaCO3 ), and both lakes were further characterized by low pH (less than 7.0). Specific conductance ranged from 510 micromhos (Deer Creek and Salt Fork Lakes) to 128 micromhos (Lake Hope). Pesticide residues were detected in Acton Lake, and concentrations of one or more trace metals were at or above Ohio Environmental Protection Agency recommended limits in 11 lakes.Fecal coliform colony counts were below 400 colonies per 100 milliliters in

  12. Investigation of the dramatic changes in lake level of the Bosten Lake in northwestern China

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    Guo, Mengjing; Wu, Wei; Zhou, Xiaode; Chen, Yongmin; Li, Jing

    2015-01-01

    Bosten Lake, located in the arid region of northwest China, is the largest inland freshwater lake in China. Water resources in Bosten Lake are of great importance for the regional drinking water supply, agricultural irrigation, and economic development of Xinjiang province. In this study, the dynamics of the lake level in Bosten Lake were investigated from 1956 to 2010. We found that the lake level experienced three different periods of change due to the combined influences of climate variation and human activities. Generally, the lake level has shown a significant downward trend since the first observation started in 1956 and dropped to its lowest level in 1987. Thereafter, the lake level presented a continuous upward trend and rose to its highest value in 2002. Then, the level decreased dramatically from 2002 to 2010. A water balance model and the climate elasticity method were used to estimate the reasons for the lake level changes of Bosten Lake. The results showed that an increase in lake evaporation led to the continuous decrease in lake level from 1958 to 1987. Then, human-controlled lake outflow and increasing lake inflow together led to the increase in lake level from 1988 to 2002. During 2003 to 2010, the emergency project of transferring water to Tarim River led to the increase in lake outflow, while the lake inflow obviously decreased because of a decrease in precipitation. These factors resulted in a sharp decrease in the lake level from 2003 to 2010. The changes in lake level indicate changes in available water resources from Bosten Lake. This reason for the analysis of the change in lake level in this study is to support the water resources management of Bosten Lake.

  13. A census of colonially breeding waterbirds on Lake Louise and Skilak Lake, Alaska, 21-22 July 1981

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    US Fish and Wildlife Service, Department of the Interior — This report presents a census of colonial waterbird sites at Lake Louise and Slikak lake on 21 and 22 July 1981 respectively. Both Lake Louise and Skilak Lake are...

  14. Deoxygenation of Lake Ikeda, Japan

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    Nagata, R.; Hasegawa, N.

    2010-12-01

    Lake Ikeda (Kagoshima prefecture, Japan) is a deep lake with a maximum depth of 233 m. Monitoring data of lake Ikeda exist since 1975. We have analyzed the long-term variability in the water conditions of Lake Ikeda. Recently, Lake Ikeda has exhibited the phenomenon of incomplete overturning because of climate warming. The concentrations of DO (dissolved oxygen) in the deepest parts of the lake have reduced. This phenomenon was observed to have started in the 1980s, and gradually, the deepest parts of the lake became anoxic. Later, the anoxic layer became thicker. Currently, winter mixing in Lake Ikeda reaches to depths of only 100 m. According to our simple estimation, the total volume of oxygen in Lake Ikeda will reduce from approximately 70% in the mid-1980s to 40% by the end of 2010. In addition to this phenomenon, the oxygen concentration appears to vary with several years oscillations. The depths to which mixing occurs depends on the severity of the winter, such as the air temperature during the winter season. The mixing period generally occurs in February; hence, the limnological year is considered to start in February. During our analysis period, the total DO mass showed high values in 1996, 2001, and 2003. Air temperature data obtained for regions near Lake Ikeda (the station name is Ibusuki) are used to clarify the cause of the high DO mass values in the three abovementioned years. During the period prior to the occurrence of the high DO mass in February 1996, i.e., in December 1995 and January 1996, the air temperature was low. Similarly, in 2001 and 2003, the air temperature was low in January (one month before the high DO mass was observed). In January 2001 and 2003, the AO (Atlantic Oscillation) index was negative. When the AO index is negative, there tends to be a greater movement of cold polar air into mid-latitudinal regions including Japan (Yamakawa, 2005). This movement induced a low air temperature in Ibusuki, and consequently, a high DO mass

  15. À propos du lexique juridique en ancien français avant le 13e siècle : la Règle de saint Benoît et le Perceval de Chrétien de Troyes

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    Full Text Available La plus ancienne traduction de la {em Règle} de saint Benoît en franc{c}ais, rédigée en dialecte picard-wallon, date de la première moitié ou du milieu du {sc xii}$^{m e}$~siècle. On veut montrer que son auteur, pour qui le changement de langue, n'est pas le premier objectif s'efforce de transférer le texte de son milieu originel de l'Antiquité tardive dans le monde chevaleresque-féodal du {sc xii}$^{m e}$~siècle. Même sans nécessité apparente, quand il a eu à sa disposition l'équivalent du mot employé dans la {em Regula}, il substitue aux mots latins des termes juridiques et féodaux franc{c}ais. par Son texte, en tant que document de droit pour les moines, devient ainsi une source de vocabulaire juridique franc{c}ais avant le {sc xiii}$^{m e}$~siècle, c'est-à-dire dans un temps où les documents juridiques en langue vulgaire sont extrêmement rares. Cela est dû au fait que la justice, dans le Nord, fondée sur des coutumes, utilisait la langue vernaculaire à l'oral. La terminologie juridique franc{c}aise est bien enracinée dans la langue courante de l'époque~: leur insertion dans les Lais et les Chansons de geste en fait preuve. Mais cette terminologie est souvent méconnue par la lexicographie traditionnelle de l'ancien franc{c}ais, en raison des contextes littéraires et figurés. par

  16. Hutton Lake NWR, Mortenson Lake NWR, and Bamforth Lake NWR : Annual water management plans, 2004 water use report

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    US Fish and Wildlife Service, Department of the Interior — Water use reports for 2004 and annual water management plans for 2005 for Mortenson Lake National Wildlife Refuge, Hutton Lake National Wildlife Refuge, and Bamforth...

  17. Lake Naivasha, Kenya

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    2008-01-01

    If you live in Europe and buy roses, there is a good chance that they were grown in Kenya specifically, in one of the colossal greenhouses that blot out the once wild shores of Lake Naivasha, 90km north-west of Nairobi. Some 25% of Europe's cut flowers come from Kenya. After a tentative start in the 1980s the industry is now the country's third-largest foreign-currency earner, bringing in $120m a year. But the recent violence in Kenya is having a major impact on the flower growers. A local trade union says 3,000 of the 30,000 workers employed in Naivasha's flower farms have abandoned their jobs. Kenya emerged as a flower power when Israel scaled down its own industry. It has since lost business to neighboring Ethiopia, which offers tax breaks and better security, but Naivasha's perfect intensity of sunlight and days of near-constant length should keep it on top. The ASTER image was acquired February 2, 2008, covers an area of 25 x 26.6 km, and is located near 0.8 degrees south latitude, 36.4 degrees east longitude. The U.S. science team is located at NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory, Pasadena, Calif. The Terra mission is part of NASA's Science Mission Directorate.

  18. Quand l'indéfini négatif pouvait s'employer au pluriel. Les emplois de « aucun(es » au XIXe siècle

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    Denizot Camille

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    Full Text Available L’étude porte sur l’existence paradoxale d’indéfinis négatifs au pluriel dans la langue du XIXe siècle. La situation du XIXe siècle atteste en effet d’un état de langue intermédiaire entre deux systèmes stables : celui de l’ancien français où aucun est un indéfini positif qui peut s’employer au singulier comme au pluriel, et celle du français contemporain où aucun est un indéfini négatif qui ne s’emploie plus qu’au singulier, tandis que le sens positif se survit seulement dans la forme de pronom pluriel d’aucuns. Au XIXe siècle, aucun est donc devenu globalement négatif tout en acceptant encore des emplois du pluriel. Si l’explication diachronique motive ce paradoxe, encore faut-il comprendre comment s’interprètent et se justifient ces pluriels pour des indéfinis de sens négatif, dans la synchronie du XIXe siècle. À travers cette étude de cas nous nous interrogeons sur la cohérence synchronique d’un système instable, au croisement de plusieurs évolutions diachroniques. Dans cette optique, nous tentons de comprendre comment se justifie le pluriel des indéfinis négatifs, et comment ces indéfinis pluriels, dont on conçoit mieux la justification a priori pour un sens positif, peuvent développer dans le même état de langue un sens positif et un sens négatif. Nous montrons ainsi que l’emploi du pluriel dans un grammème négatif ne se limite pas au phénomène de l’accord, même s’il tend à s’y cantonner progressivement, et que la coexistence d’un sens négatif et d’un sens positif pour le même grammème n’est pas source d’ambiguïté en synchronie : l’emploi vivant, négatif, vient concurrencer l’emploi positif, résiduel, uniquement dans les contextes à polarité positive et l’interprétation négative y est construite pragmatiquement.

  19. Analyse géopolitique et diplomatie au XVIe siècle. La qualification de l’ennemi dans les relazioni des ambassadeurs vénitiens

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    Romain Descendre

    2007-02-01

    Full Text Available Cet article examine la textualité des relations des ambassadeurs vénitiens du xvie siècle. S’attachant en particulier à la partie finale des relazioni, traditionnellement consacrée aux amitiés et inimitiés princières, l’analyse rend visible la façon dont ces discours constituent l’une des premières matrices de la pensée des relations internationales à l’époque moderne.

  20. Determinação de metodologia para oisolamento de protoplastos de tangerina Cleópatra (Citrus reshni Hort. Methodology choice for protoplast isolation in Cleopatra mandarin (Citrus reshni Hort.

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    R.P. de Oliveira

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    Full Text Available A hibridação somática via fusão de protoplastos vem sendo utilizada no melhoramento de porta-enxertos de citros em diversos países. Nos Estados Unidos, vários estudos demonstram a eficiência de procedimentos no isolamento e cultivo de protoplastos dessa frutífera. O presente trabalho foi realizado com o objetivo de avaliar o efeito do meio de cultivo de calos embriogênicos do porta-enxerto tangerina Cleópatra (Citrus reshni Hort. sobre o isolamento de protoplastos, bem como sugerir alterações de procedimento. Os resultados mostram a possibilidade do isolamento de 1.4 x 10(6 a 4.7 x 10(6 protoplastos por grama de calos da espécie estudada. Verificou-se que, o subcultivo dos calos de tangerina Cleópatra em meio de cultura, sem reguladores 1 hora, sob condições de escuro a 120 rpm, proporcionou maior eficiência de isolamento de protoplastos (4.7 x 10(6 protoplastos/g de calo.Somatic hybridization has been used for citrus rootstock breeding in many countries. In USA, many reports had proved the efficiency of procedures for the isolation and culture of citrus protoplasts. This research was conducted to evaluate the efficiency of procedures of protoplast isolation using embryogenic callus of the Cleópatra mandarin rootstock. Alterations were proposed to increase protoplast isolation and culture method. Results show the possibility of a protoplast yield of 1.4 to 4.7 x 10(6 pps/g.f.w. for Cleópatra tangerine rootstock callus. Protoplast yield can be raised to 4.7 x 10(6 pps/g.f.w. if the embryogenic callus are grown in a medium supplemented only with 4% sucrose and pre-treated with 1% w/v macerozyme for 1 hour, at 120 rpm, in dark, is applied before protoplast isolation.

  1. Exploring trends, causes, and consequences of declining lipids in Lake Superior lake trout

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    The ability of lake trout to forage in deepwater habitats is facilitated by high lipid content, which affords buoyancy. In Lake Superior, lean lake trout historically occupied depths < 80 m, and siscowet lake trout occupied depths > 80 m. Siscowets have been known f...

  2. 77 FR 23123 - Special Local Regulation; Smokin The Lake; Gulfport Lake; Gulfport, MS

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    2012-04-18

    ... SECURITY Coast Guard 33 CFR Part 100 RIN 1625-AA08 Special Local Regulation; Smokin The Lake; Gulfport Lake... persons on navigable waters during the Smokin The Lake high speed boat races on May 5 and 6, 2012. Entry... associated with the Smokin The Lake high speed boat races. Basis and Purpose On February 27, 2012, Smokin...

  3. Clearing lakes. An ecosystem approach to the restoration and management of shallow lakes in the Netherlands.

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    Hosper, H.

    1997-01-01

    In the 1950 s and 1960 s, most shallow lakes in the Netherlands shifted from macrophyte-dominated clear water lakes, towards algae-dominated turbid water lakes. Eutrophication, i.e. increased nutrient loading, is the main cause of the deterioration of the lake ecosystems. Other perturbations, such a

  4. Biota - 2011 Vegetation Inventory - Marsh Lake, MN

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    Army Corps of Engineers, Department of the Army, Department of Defense — 2011 Vegetation Classification for Marsh Lake, MN Vegetation Project Report, OMBIL Environmental Stewardship - Level 1 Inventory. Marsh Lake is located on the...

  5. Medicine Lake NWR Water Use Report- 1939

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    US Fish and Wildlife Service, Department of the Interior — This report contains locations and water use at Medicine Lake NWR for 1939. The document provides tabulated data for each area of Medicine Lake NWR, including the...

  6. Medicine Lake NWR Water Use Report- 1944

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    US Fish and Wildlife Service, Department of the Interior — This report contains locations and water use at Medicine Lake NWR for 1944. The document provides tabulated data for each area of Medicine Lake NWR, including the...

  7. Medicine Lake NWR Water Use Report- 1946

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    US Fish and Wildlife Service, Department of the Interior — This report contains locations and water use at Medicine Lake NWR for 1946. The document provides tabulated data for each area of Medicine Lake NWR, including the...

  8. Medicine Lake NWR Water Use Report- 1950

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    US Fish and Wildlife Service, Department of the Interior — This report contains locations and water use at Medicine Lake NWR for 1950. The document provides tabulated data for each area of Medicine Lake NWR, including the...

  9. Medicine Lake NWR Water Use Report- 1951

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    US Fish and Wildlife Service, Department of the Interior — This report contains locations and water use at Medicine Lake NWR for 1951. The document provides tabulated data for each area of Medicine Lake NWR, including the...

  10. Clarks Hill Lake Water Quality Study.

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    1982-06-01

    MACROINVERTEBRATE TAXONOMIC LIST CLARKS HILL LAKE 1981 Phylum Platyhelminthes Order Diptera Class Turbellaria Ablabesmyia parajanta unidentified Planariidae A...HILL LAKE 1981 Phylum Platyhelminthes Order Diptera (continued) Planaria sp.,’ Bezzia sp. 2 unidentified Planariidae Chaoborus punctipennis unidentified

  11. Medicine Lake NWR Water Use Report- 1947

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    US Fish and Wildlife Service, Department of the Interior — This report contains locations and water use at Medicine Lake NWR for 1947. The document provides tabulated data for each area of Medicine Lake NWR, including the...

  12. Medicine Lake NWR Water Use Report- 1952

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    US Fish and Wildlife Service, Department of the Interior — This report contains locations and water use at Medicine Lake NWR for 1952. The document provides tabulated data for each area of Medicine Lake NWR, including the...

  13. Medicine Lake NWR Water Use Report- 1948

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    US Fish and Wildlife Service, Department of the Interior — This report contains locations and water use at Medicine Lake NWR for 1948. The document provides tabulated data for each area of Medicine Lake NWR, including the...

  14. Medicine Lake NWR Water Use Report- 1943

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    US Fish and Wildlife Service, Department of the Interior — This report contains locations and water use at Medicine Lake NWR for 1943. The document provides tabulated data for each area of Medicine Lake NWR, including the...

  15. Medicine Lake NWR Water Use Report- 1955

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    US Fish and Wildlife Service, Department of the Interior — This report contains locations and water use at Medicine Lake NWR for 1955. The document provides tabulated data for each area of Medicine Lake NWR, including the...

  16. Medicine Lake NWR Water Use Report- 1949

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    US Fish and Wildlife Service, Department of the Interior — This report contains locations and water use at Medicine Lake NWR for 1949. The document provides tabulated data for each area of Medicine Lake NWR, including the...

  17. Medicine Lake NWR Water Use Report- 1956

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    US Fish and Wildlife Service, Department of the Interior — This report contains locations and water use at Medicine Lake NWR for 1956. The document provides tabulated data for each area of Medicine Lake NWR, including the...

  18. Karluk Lake sockeye salmon studies 1984: Draft

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    US Fish and Wildlife Service, Department of the Interior — This report summarizes the findings of a study on Karluk Lake sockeye salmon. The objectives of the study were to: collect sediment core samples from Karluk Lake and...

  19. Togiak National Wildlife Refuge lake surveys, 1984

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    US Fish and Wildlife Service, Department of the Interior — Preliminary review of the data reveals that all lakes surveyed can be classified as having low conductibility, ranging from the low 20's for the Goodnews Lakes to...

  20. Preparation of aluminium lakes by electrocoagulation

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    Prapai Pradabkham

    2008-01-01

    Aluminium lakes have been prepared by electrocoagulation employing aluminium as electrodes. The electrocoagulation is conducted in an aqueous alcoholic solution and is completed within one hour. The dye content in the lake ranges approximately between 4-32%.

  1. Global Lake and River Ice Phenology Database

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    National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, Department of Commerce — The Global Lake and River Ice Phenology Database contains freeze and thaw/breakup dates as well as other descriptive ice cover data for 865 lakes and rivers in the...

  2. Thermokarst lakes, drainage, and drained basins

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    Grosse, G.; Jones, B.; Arp, C.; Shroder, John F.

    2013-01-01

    Thermokarst lakes and drained lake basins are widespread in Arctic and sub-Arctic permafrost lowlands with ice-rich sediments. Thermokarst lake formation is a dominant mode of permafrost degradation and is linked to surface disturbance, subsequent melting of ground ice, surface subsidence, water impoundment, and positive feedbacks between lake growth and permafrost thaw, whereas lake drainage generally results in local permafrost aggradation. Thermokarst lakes characteristically have unique limnological, morphological, and biogeochemical characteristics that are closely tied to cold-climate conditions and permafrost properties. Thermokarst lakes also have a tendency toward complete or partial drainage through permafrost degradation and erosion. Thermokarst lake dynamics strongly affect the development of landscape geomorphology, hydrology, and the habitat characteristic of permafrost lowlands.

  3. Medicine Lake NWR Water Use Report- 1945

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    US Fish and Wildlife Service, Department of the Interior — This report contains locations and water use at Medicine Lake NWR for 1945. The document provides tabulated data for each area of Medicine Lake NWR, including the...

  4. Recent warming of lake Kivu.

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    Sergei Katsev

    Full Text Available Lake Kivu in East Africa has gained notoriety for its prodigious amounts of dissolved methane and dangers of limnic eruption. Being meromictic, it is also expected to accumulate heat due to rising regional air temperatures. To investigate the warming trend and distinguish between atmospheric and geothermal heating sources, we compiled historical temperature data, performed measurements with logging instruments, and simulated heat propagation. We also performed isotopic analyses of water from the lake's main basin and isolated Kabuno Bay. The results reveal that the lake surface is warming at the rate of 0.12°C per decade, which matches the warming rates in other East African lakes. Temperatures increase throughout the entire water column. Though warming is strongest near the surface, warming rates in the deep waters cannot be accounted for solely by propagation of atmospheric heat at presently assumed rates of vertical mixing. Unless the transport rates are significantly higher than presently believed, this indicates significant contributions from subterranean heat sources. Temperature time series in the deep monimolimnion suggest evidence of convection. The progressive deepening of the depth of temperature minimum in the water column is expected to accelerate the warming in deeper waters. The warming trend, however, is unlikely to strongly affect the physical stability of the lake, which depends primarily on salinity gradient.

  5. Zooplankton communities in a large prealpine lake, Lake Constance: comparison between the Upper and the Lower Lake

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    Gerhard MAIER

    2005-08-01

    Full Text Available The zooplankton communities of two basins of a large lake, Lake Constance, were compared during the years 2002 and 2003. The two basins differ in morphology, physical and chemical conditions. The Upper Lake basin has a surface area of 470 km2, a mean depth of 100 and a maximum depth of 250 m; the Lower Lake basin has a surface area of 62 km2, a mean depth of only 13 and a maximum depth of 40 m. Nutrient, chlorophyll-a concentrations and mean temperatures are somewhat higher in the Lower than in the Upper Lake. Total abundance of rotifers (number per m2 lake surface was higher and rotifer development started earlier in the year in the Lower than in the Upper Lake. Total abundance of crustaceans was higher in the Upper Lake in the year 2002; in the year 2003 no difference in abundance could be detected between the lake basins, although in summer crustacean abundance was higher in the Lower than in the Upper Lake. Crustacean communities differed significantly between lake basins while there was no apparent difference in rotifer communities. In the Lower Lake small crustaceans, like Bosmina spp., Ceriodaphnia pulchella and Thermocyclops oithonoides prevailed. Abundance (number per m2 lake surface of predatory cladocerans, large daphnids and large copepods was much lower in the Lower than in the Upper Lake, in particular during the summer months. Ordination with nonmetric multidimensional scaling (NMS separated communities of both lakes along gradients that correlated with temperature and chlorophyll a concentration. Clutches of copepods were larger in the Lower than in the Upper Lake. No difference could be detected in clutch size of large daphnids between lake basins. Our results show that zooplankton communities in different basins of Lake Constance can be very different. They further suggest that the lack of large crustaceans in particular the lack of large predatory cladocerans in the Lower Lake can have negative effects on growth and

  6. Sylvain Venayre [dir.], Le Siècle du Voyage – Sociétés et représentations, n° 21, avril 2006. Paris, ISOR/CREHESS, ISSN : 1222-2966. 21 euros.

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    Blais, Hélène

    2008-01-01

    Le Siècle du voyage rassemble les contributions de deux journées d’études pluridiscipinaires organisée par le Centre d’histoire du XIXe siècle des universités Paris I et Paris IV en 2004 et 2005 sous l’intitulé «Histoire, géographie, littérature : trois approches culturelles du voyage au XIXe siècle». Dirigé par Sylvain Venayre, spécialiste de l’histoire de l’aventure, l’ouvrage contient des articles d’historiens, de géographes, de littéraires et d’historiens des sciences. Les angles d’approc...

  7. Monitoring change in Great Salt Lake

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    Naftz, David L.; Angeroth, Cory E.; Freeman, Michael L.; Rowland, Ryan C.; Carling, Gregory

    2013-01-01

    Despite the ecological and economic importance of Great Salt Lake, only limited water quality monitoring has occurred historically. To change this, new monitoring stations and networks—gauges of lake level height and rate of inflow, moored buoys, and multiple lake-bottom sensors—will provide important information that can be used to make informed decisions regarding future management of the Great Salt Lake ecosystem.

  8. The Tomb Statues beside Dongqian Lake

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    RaoRao

    2005-01-01

    Located 17 kilometers to the City of Ningbo, Dongqian Lake covers an area of 20 square kilometers, which is four only the biggest freshwater lake in Zhejiang Province but atso renowned for its gorgeous scenery. Recently, this beautiful lake once again caught people's eye because a large number of Southern Song Dynasty (1127-1279) gravestone statues were discovered among the mountains beside the lake area.

  9. Estimating the volume of Alpine glacial lakes

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    Cook, S. J.; Quincey, D. J.

    2015-12-01

    Supraglacial, moraine-dammed and ice-dammed lakes represent a potential glacial lake outburst flood (GLOF) threat to downstream communities in many mountain regions. This has motivated the development of empirical relationships to predict lake volume given a measurement of lake surface area obtained from satellite imagery. Such relationships are based on the notion that lake depth, area and volume scale predictably. We critically evaluate the performance of these existing empirical relationships by examining a global database of glacial lake depths, areas and volumes. Results show that lake area and depth are not always well correlated (r2 = 0.38) and that although lake volume and area are well correlated (r2 = 0.91), and indeed are auto-correlated, there are distinct outliers in the data set. These outliers represent situations where it may not be appropriate to apply existing empirical relationships to predict lake volume and include growing supraglacial lakes, glaciers that recede into basins with complex overdeepened morphologies or that have been deepened by intense erosion and lakes formed where glaciers advance across and block a main trunk valley. We use the compiled data set to develop a conceptual model of how the volumes of supraglacial ponds and lakes, moraine-dammed lakes and ice-dammed lakes should be expected to evolve with increasing area. Although a large amount of bathymetric data exist for moraine-dammed and ice-dammed lakes, we suggest that further measurements of growing supraglacial ponds and lakes are needed to better understand their development.

  10. Miroir des anciens et observations sur les animaux dans l’encyclopédisme castillan du Moyen Âge(XIIIe siècle

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    Charles Garcia

    2013-06-01

    Full Text Available L’abondante utilisation du thème animalier est l’une des principales caractéristiques de la philosophie naturelle du XIIIe siècle. Dans la Péninsule ibérique, Juan Gil afficha la prétention d’écrire le plus complet et le plus abouti traité sur les animaux à partir des réflexions d’Aristote, un penseur qui était selon lui : « in naturalibus profundissimus ». C’est donc à partir du miroir des Anciens (où l’on retrouve bien sûr Pline, Isidore de Séville, et d’autres auteurs et de l’intention à la fois morale, didactique et édifiante (autrement dit exemplaire, mais aussi naturaliste, tout simplement que le Zamoran prête à ses animaux que nous entendons mettre en évidence l’emploi et le réemploi des modèles antiques dans son encyclopédie, l’Historia naturalis, un ouvrage qui se voulait être en quelque sorte un speculum naturale, puisque la nature était effectivement le miroir de la volonté de Dieu.La utilización abundante del tema animal es una de las principales características de la filosofía natural del siglo XIII. En la Península ibérica, Juan Gil se atrevió con ostentación a escribir el tratado sobre los animales más completo y rematado a partir de las reflexiones de Aristóteles, un pensador que según él era: “in naturalibus profundissimus”. Nos basaremos por consiguiente en ese espejo de los Antiguos (en el que encontraremos, cómo no, a Plinio, Isidoro de Sevilla y otros autores y en la intención a la vez moralizante, didáctica y edificante (dicho de otro modo ejemplar, pero también naturalista, por supuesto que el zamorano atribuye a los animales de su enciclopedia para evidenciar los modelos antiguos que emplea o reemplea, de tal modo que la Historia naturalis se nos semeja ser una especie de speculum naturale dado que la naturaleza era entonces efectivamente el espejo de la voluntad de Dios.

  11. Entre ville et campagne, la villégiature à Angers (Maine-et-Loire au XIXe siècle

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    Dominique Letellier-d'Espinose

    2009-11-01

    Full Text Available Quelles formes prend au XIXe siècle la villégiature dans les proches abords d’une ville de taille moyenne comme Angers ? Le sujet est particulièrement riche durant cette période de forte urbanisation où s’interpénètrent une campagne de proximité avec son héritage patrimonial et les quartiers suburbains, nouveaux espaces « résidentiels ». La frontière mouvante entre espace rural et urbain, comme la notion floue et évolutive de temporalité qui met à mal la distinction entre résidences permanentes et temporaires, rejoint les désirs de nature du citadin ou de confort moderne du châtelain bien analysés par le théoricien Daly. Ce phénomène sociétal se traduit par des expressions architecturales souvent ambivalentes, que différencie surtout la relation au lieu. Du front urbain au chemin rural, du jardin paysager miniature au parc domanial, le paramètre contextuel est évidemment déterminant dans l’appréhension d’une villégiature de bord de ville.What are the forms of countryside retreat during the nineteenth century in the immediate vicinity of a medium-sized town such as Angers? The subject is a remarkably stimulating one during this period which saw the expansion of the town into the surrounding countryside where an existing heritage of country houses was now joined by new ‘residential’ spaces of suburban neighbourhoods. The fluctuating frontier between urban and rural space, along with evolving notions of the occupation of time, making the distinction between a permanent and a holiday residence uncertain, find an echo in the theories of Daly about the town-based desires for modern comfort shared by the class of country house owners. The societal phenomenon finds expression in architectural terms which is often ambivalent, producing differences in relation to specific places. From the urban street front to the rural lane, from the miniature landscaped garden to the estate park, contextual parameters are

  12. Enjeux et ressorts de la prose d’idées dans l’Espagne du XVIIe siècle

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    2010-07-01

    Full Text Available Dans le domaine hispanique, la prose d’idées souffre de façon endémique d’un déficit de définition. Dans les histoires de la littérature espagnole, elle apparaît comme une catégorie où sont rassemblées des productions textuelles difficilement classables appartenant à l’Espagne de l’époque moderne. Ces productions sont d’autant moins classables qu’elles voient le jour à une période caractérisée par une double indétermination : les champs disciplinaires y sont en gestation et les genres littéraires en cours d’élaboration. L’œuvre du polygraphe Antonio López de Vega dans sa diversité générique et thématique nous offre un exemple de ce qu’était la prose d’idées au XVIIe siècle, une littérature qui se donnait à lire comme productrice de savoirs.En el ámbito hispánico, la prosa de ideas suele padecer de un defícit de definición. En las historias de la literatura española, aparece como una categoría donde se juntan producciones textuales difíciles de clasificar y que pertenecen a la España de la época moderna. Dichas producciones son tanto menos clasificables cuanto que salen a luz en un periodo afectado por una doble indeterminación : los campos de aplicacion de las disciplinas del saber están en curso de elaboración así como los géneros literarios. La obra del polígrafo Antonio López de Vega por su diversidad genérica y temática ofrece un ejemplo de los que era la prosa de ideas en el siglo XVII, una literatura que producía un saber.

  13. The American Century of Henry R. Luce Le « Siècle américain » selon Henry R. Luce

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    Stephen J. Whitfield

    2004-01-01

    Full Text Available Stephen J. Whitfield se penche ici sur l’éditorial controversé du magnat de la presse américain Henry R. Luce, “The American Century”, publié dans le magazine Life le 17 février 1941. Paru en temps de crise – la Grande Dépression – et de guerres – celle en Mandchourie mais aussi la Seconde Guerre mondiale – son éditorial proposait une mission nationale commune selon laquelle les Etats-Unis, étant donné leur exceptionnalisme, devaient d’une part mettre un terme à leur politique isolationniste pour embrasser l’interventionnisme et, d’autre part, en tant que puissance mondiale démocratique, montrer aux autres civilisations la voie qui les mènerait simultanément à la liberté et à une société d’affluence. Animé d’une foi presbytérienne et d’une conviction dans le modèle de la libre-entreprise, ce Républicain fut mal compris par certains de ses contemporains qui virent dans cette personnalité passionnée un défenseur absolu de l’Amérique. Il le reste d’ailleurs majoritairement plus d’un demi-siècle plus tard dans la mesure où, ainsi que le souligne Stephen J. Whitfield, si la formule “The American Century” perdure, de façon parfois galvaudée, dans les manuels d’histoire, son nom y est manifestement absent. Le présent article, en ancrant la pensée de ce magnat de la presse dans le contexte contemporain à la publication de son éditorial contribue à réhabiliter Henry R. Luce et à souligner l’importance de ce texte visionnaire dans l’expression d’une identité américaine.

  14. Diversité des théories libérales en Grèce au XIXe siècle

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    Roxane D. Argyropoulos

    2005-01-01

    Full Text Available Étudier l'émergence du mouvement libéral en Grèce au XIXe siècle implique une série de difficultés d'interprétation. C'est appréhender un univers qui a été légué par la Révolution française et nous conduit à l'acquisition de principes indispensables au fonctionnement d'une société démocratique moderne. Υ travers des types de discours différents, nous essayons de suivre les traces de cette mise en œuvre du principe de la liberté de 1830 jusqu'à la veille du premier conflit mondial. On assiste après 1830, à une période de transition mais également de mise en œuvre des idées novatrices des Lumières. Les libéraux grecs ont pris fait et cause pour des combats concernant le respect de la vie humaine, la réciprocité des droits et des devoirs et sont dominés par la préoccupation de la liberté d'expression et de création, l'abolition de la peine de mort, l'idéal républicain, l'instruction publique, le défi du progrès. Depuis les années 1830 jusqu'en 1870, se réclamer du libéralisme, c'est s'inscrire dans les forces progressistes. Mais, la dernière phase de son édification fut liée à la montée du socialisme et du marxisme, qu'il allait remettre en question, et dans les années qui ont suivi la défaite de 1897, le libéralisme est confronté à des théories comme la pensée polyvalente de Nietzsche. Dans les différentes phases de l'évolution de la pensée libérale en Grèce, on observe des variations qui pour la plupart sont des étapes du processus vers la démocratie. 

  15. L’enfant pauvre et la naissance de la photographie sociale aux États-Unis au XIXe siècle

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    Anne LESME

    2010-03-01

    Full Text Available À la fin du XIXe siècle, le journaliste et photographe Jacob Riis révèle les conditions de vie déplorables des familles d’immigrants à New York. C’est le début de la photographie sociale aux États-Unis où la représentation de l’enfant pauvre tiendra une place majeure. Ses photographies, projetées au cours de conférences faites par l’auteur et reproduites dans des publications, contribueront à un changement de mentalité. Si le regard de ce photographe reste celui d’un membre de la classe moyenne sur les enfants du Lower East Side, ses images apportent une nouvelle vision de la pauvreté, en phase avec un enfant désormais perçu comme innocent par la société. Par ailleurs, cet usage particulier du rôle probant de la photographie en soutien du texte inaugure un nouveau mode de communication dont les réformateurs useront afin d’émouvoir et de faire réagir le public des classes moyennes et aisées.At the end of the 19th century, Jacob Riis, journalist and photographer, brought to light the appalling conditions of the slums in New York; it was the beginning of the social documentary photography in the United States. The representation of destitute children was to become central in this genre. His photographs, used during stereopticon slides projections and published in books and articles, contributed to a change of mentality. However influenced by a middle-class vision of the Lower East Side’s children, Jacob Riis’s photographs contributed to bring a new perception of poverty in line with a child who was from that time perceived as innocent by a large part of society. This particular use of photography as a convincing and reliable medium added to the text initiated a new means of communication used by the reformers to move and provoke reactions from a middle and upper-class public.

  16. La crise financière des Hospitaliers de Rhodes au quinzième siècle (1426-1480

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    Bonneaud, Pierre

    2012-12-01

    Full Text Available The Order of the Hospital, which was established at Rhodes from 1310, experienced a long and serious financial crisis as a consequence of several attacks from the Mamluks, from 1426 to 1444, followed by others from the Ottoman Turks after 1453. The Order had to face heavy expenses to defend itself and needed large supplies of money. This article will describe the Treasury organization of the Order, the extent of its debts and the measures taken to improve the situation. Censals, bills of exchange, usury loans and masked loans were some of the ways used to raise funds. The Order requested fi nancial support from the Western merchants who were established at Rhodes, especially from the Catalans. There were many recovery plans, in some cases with the arbitration of the Papacy.

    L'Ordre de l'Hôpital installé à l'île de Rhodes depuis 1310 connut une longue et grave crise fi nancière lorsque, à partir de 1426, les attaques des Mamelouks du sultan d'Égypte puis, après 1453, celles des Turcs ottomans à la conquête de la Méditerranée orientale le mirent en grand danger. Il dut dépenser, et pour cela trouver, des sommes considérables pour préparer sa défense. Cet article se propose d'abord de présenter l'organisation des finances de l'Ordre au XVe siècle, autour du Trésor, puis de faire l'inventaire de l'endettement et des mesures prises pour s'efforcer de redresser la situation. Les emprunts avaient pris de multiples formes: censals, lettres de change, prêts usuraires, prêts déguisés, etc. L'Ordre fi t largement appel aux marchands d'Occident fréquentant Rhodes, en particulier aux Catalans. Les plans de redressement furent nombreux et entraînèrent l'intervention de la papauté.

  17. La peinture religieuse monumentale, une expression artistique emblématique du nord de la France au XIXe siècle ?

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    Catherine Guillot

    2012-04-01

    Full Text Available Issue d’une première tentative de synthèse portant sur la peinture monumentale religieuse à Lille dans la seconde moitié du XIXe siècle, cette étude permet d’exhumer l’œuvre d’artistes régionaux, mais également belges et néerlandais, mettant en évidence le rôle de carrefour de l’actuelle métropole lilloise. Dans une région fortement marquée par le catholicisme, les sujets traités sont à la fois le reflet des dévotions nationales et de cultes plus locaux, que ce soit à travers la figure de saint Vincent de Paul, le rôle de la Vierge ou la dévotion aux âmes du purgatoire qui prend une importance particulière à partir du foyer de Loos. Cette expression artistique et religieuse se développe sous la forme de grands cycles dont la réalisation connaît son apogée sous la IIIe République, en particulier de 1880 à 1900. Une fois ce panorama dressé, il devient possible d’interroger les catégories traditionnelles de l’art à cette époque, la notion centrale de primitivisme et les jugements de valeur auxquels cette peinture est encore souvent soumise.This article is based on a synthetic analysis of monumental religious painting at Lille during the second half of the 19th century. This study led to the rediscovery of many regional artists, but also Belgian and Dutch artists, underlining the long history of Lille’s present-day position as an international crossroads. In a region which was strongly marked by Catholicism, the subjects dealt with offer a reflection of national devotional practices but also draw attention to more local cults. Examples here include the figure of Saint Vincent de Paul, the role of the Virgin Mary and the devotion to souls in purgatory, which is particularly important in Loos. This artistic and religious expression develops according to major cycles which reached a high point during the Third Republic, and particularly from 1880 to 1890. Once this general overview has been established

  18. First evidence of successful natural reproduction by planted lake trout in Lake Huron

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    Nester, Robert T.; Poe, Thomas P.

    1984-01-01

    Twenty-two lake trout (Salvelinus namaycush) swim-up fry, 24-27 mm long, were captured with emergent fry traps and a tow net in northwestern Lake Huron on a small nearshore reef off Alpena, Michigan, between May 10 and June 1, 1982. These catches represent the first evidence of successful production of swim-up fry by planted, hatchery-reared lake trout in Lake Huron since the lake trout rehabilitation program began in 1973.

  19. Salt Lake in Chaidamu Basin

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    王良华

    2007-01-01

    Chaidamu Basin(柴达木盆地) is in the west of China. It covers an area(地区) of 220,000 square kilometres(平方公里). The number of salt lakes(盐湖) is more than twenty in it. Chaerhan(察尔汗) Salt Lake is the largest in this area. If you get here, you will find that in the lake there is no water but a thick layer(层) of salt. You can walk in it without difficulty, and cars can come and go across it. The thickest layer of salt in this basin is about fifty metres thick. People tried their best to use the salt to build house...

  20. Mechanism and control of lake eutrophication

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    QIN Boqiang; YANG Liuyan; CHEN Feizhou; ZHU Guangwei; ZHANG Lu; CHEN Yiyu

    2006-01-01

    A review about lake naturally eutrophi- cating, the internal loading of nutrients from lake sediment as well as the mechanism of algal blooms and the control practices was made, especially the eutrophication problem of shallow lakes since sev- enty percent of fresh water lakes in China are shallow lakes. It was found that shallow lakes are apt toward eutrophication than deep lakes. Without any influ- ences of human activity, shallow lakes in the middle and lower reaches of Yangtze River are still easily eutrophicated, which may be owing to the effects of flood in this area. In shallow lakes, sediments are frequently disturbed by wind-wave and resuspended, which result in huge nutrients release to overlying water. This may be the major reason for higher in- ternal loading of nutrients in shallow lakes than in deep lakes. Algal bloom is an extreme response of lake ecosystem to the eutrophication. Appearance of algal blooms is related to physical condition of lakes, such as underwater radiation (or transparency), temperature, and hydrodynamic conditions, or related to geochemical conditions of lakes, like concentra- tions of nutrients and ratio of nitrogen to phosphorus, as well as the physiological advantage of cyanobac- teria such as vacuole for moving towards the radiant energy-rich zone and the mycosporine-like amino acids (MAAs) for resisting the harm of ultraviolet ra- diation. In shallow lakes, these advantages of cyanobacteria are favorable in the competition than in deep lakes. Also being the shallowness, it is more difficult to reduce nutrient loading and to control algae blooms in shallow lakes. For the control of eutrophi- cation, people should follow the sequence from pollution sources control, ecological restoration to catchment management. To control the internal nu- trient release, physical, chemical, biological tech- niques, and even bionic techniques could be selected. The idea of ecological restoration for a eutrophic lake is to shift the ecosystem

  1. Hydrology of Hunters Lake, Hernando County, Florida

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    Henderson, S.E.

    1986-01-01

    The size and shape of Hunters Lake, Florida has been significantly altered by development of the surrounding Spring Hill residential community. The lake is the largest in Hernando County, enlarged by lakeshore excavation and connection to nearby ponds to an area of 360 acres at an average stage of 17.2 ft above sea level. Hunters Lake is naturally a closed lake, but development of Spring Hill has resulted in a surface water outflow from the lake in its southwest corner. Inflow to the lake could occur on the east side during extreme high-water periods. The karst terrain of the Hunters Lake area is internally drained through permeable soils, depressions, and sinkholes, and natural surface drainage is absent. The underlying Floridan aquifer system is unconfined except locally near coastal springs. Flow in the groundwater system is to the west regionally and to the southwest in the immediate area of Hunters Lake. Water level gradients in the groundwater system increase from 1.4 ft/mi east of the lake to about 8 ft/mi southwest of the lake. Hunters Lake is hydraulically connected to the groundwater system, receiving groundwater on the northeast side and losing water to the groundwater system on the southwest side. This close relationship with the groundwater system is demonstrated by graphical and numerical comparison of Hunters Lake stage with water levels in nearby groundwater sites. During 1965-84, the stage of Hunters Lake fluctuated between 12.48 and 20.7 ft above sea level. Because area lakes are all directly affected by groundwater levels, they also show a close relationship with water levels in Hunters Lake. Analysis of water quality data for Hunters Lake indicates that the water of the lake is a soft calcium bicarbonate type with ionic concentrations higher than in water from nearby shallow wells and lower than in water from the Upper Floridan aquifer. Samples collected in 1981-1983 indicate slightly higher levels of ionic concentration than in 1965

  2. Protecting the endangered lake salmon

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    Soimakallio, H.; Oesch, P. [ed.

    1997-11-01

    In addition to the Ringed Seal, the labyrinthine Saimaa lake system created after the Ice Age also trapped a species of salmon, whose entire life cycle became adapted to fresh water. In order to improve the living conditions of this lake salmon which - like the ringed seal - is today classified as an endangered species, an intensive research programme has been launched. The partners include the Finnish Game and Fisheries Research Institute, fishing and environmental authorities and - in collaboration with UPM-Kymmene Oy and Kuurnan Voima Oy - the IVO subsidiary Pamilo Oy

  3. Les ressources scientifiques de l'Occident au service de la modernisation de l'armée ottomane (fin XIXe -début XXe siècle

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    Odile Moreau

    2009-05-01

    Full Text Available Au XIXe siècle, l'appel aux ressources scientifiques de l'Occident pour moderniser l'armée paraît l'un des enjeux politiques majeurs pour le pouvoir ottoman. Il eut recours à des instructeurs étrangers et à des missions militaires accréditées auprès de la Porte pour encadrer ses projets. Ainsi, en réaction aux défaites militaires sur terre et sur mer, les premières écoles européanisées de l'Empire furent les écoles militaires. Les Tanzîmâtdonnèrent la première grande impulsion à l'apprentissage des sciences modernes dans les écoles militaires dans la première moitié du XIXe siècle. Cette formation conduisit à une modification des représentations du monde des officiers diplômés qui jouèrent un rôle particulier dans la société ottomane.

  4. La vision de l’Espagne de la première moitié du XIXe siècle dans la Géographie Universelle de Conrad Malte-Brun

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    Jean-Yves Puyo

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    Full Text Available Grande figure de la géographie française —et européenne— du premier quart du XIXe siècle, Conrad Malte-Brun laisse une oeuvre scientifique écrite considérable, dont une vaste Géographie universelle qui marqua alors son époque, rééditée à de multiples reprises durant plus de 50 ans. Contrairement à Élisée Reclus, autre grande figure de la seconde moitié du XIXe siècle, les écrits de Malte-Brun demeurent mal connus, sinon mésestimés. Or, à travers le fil conducteur que représente le chapitre de sa Géographie universelle consacré à l’Espagne, nous avons pour objectif de montrer que son auteur a su dépasser la simple dimension descriptive caractérisant nombre de textes géographiques de son époque pour introduire une réelle dimension explicative. Rien que pour cela, il mérite très largement, à notre sens, d’être redécouvert…

  5. Les cartes de l'Afrique au XIXe siècle et Joseph Conrad: perceptions d'une révolution cartographique

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    Isabelle Avila

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    Full Text Available La communication proposée aura pour but de s’interroger sur la notion de « carte mentale ». Qu’est-ce qu’une carte mentale ? Comment se construit-elle ? Comment et pourquoi faire des recherches sur les cartes mentales? Cette réflexion théorique sera accompagnée d’une étude sur les représentations cartographiques de l’empire britannique au tournant du vingtième siècle. Comment retrouver les cartes mentales de l’empire britannique au moment de son apogée à partir des discours des géographes et des cartes présentes dans les atlas, les manuels scolaires et les revues des sociétés de géographie? Tout d’abord, ces cartes présentent un empire relié au monde grâce à de nombreux liens de communication. C’est un empire qui est compris comme un véritable résumé du monde. Les cartes affirment aussi la puissance symbolique d’un empire associé à la couleur rouge, couleur qui confère une certaine homogénéité à cette construction impériale et qui suggère ainsi une identité impériale. Cependant, si de nombreuses cartes construisent l’image d’un empire unifié, certaines laissent entrevoir la diversité des statuts des différents territoires qui en font partie. D’autres encore tentent de représenter, aux côtés de l’empire formel en rouge, un empire informel commercial, c’est-à-dire la partie invisible de l’iceberg. Enfin, la plupart des cartes de l’empire britannique utilisent la projection de Mercator. Quelle image de l’empire est transmise par cette projection et quelles sont les tentatives entreprises par les géographes du début du vingtième siècle pour changer cette image? L’analyse de ces variations autour des portraits cartographiques de l’empire britannique permettra ainsi de voir comment les cartes influencent la perception d’un espace dont les territoires sont éparpillés sur les cinq continents. Cette étude conduira enfin à considérer les cartes comme des

  6. Ut rosa spineti compensans flore rigorem. La Vierge Immaculée comme Nouvelle Ève dans la peinture italienne du xvie siècle

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    Full Text Available Parmi les différents types iconographiques de l’Immaculée Conception qui se diffusent dans la peinture italienne du xvie siècle, la Vierge Immaculée Nouvelle ève revêt une importance toute particulière. Dans ce genre d’images, l’accent est porté sur le fait que Marie Immaculée doit être considérée comme la Nouvelle Ève, celle qui s’oppose à la première femme ; elle est sans péché dès l’origine car elle va opérer contre le péché même. C’est seulement en 1518 que l’opposition Marie–ève est adoptée pour la première fois en Italie pour mettre en image le privilège immaculiste de la Vierge : Guillaume de Marcillat peint cette année-là sa Dispute sur l’Immaculée Conception en présence d’ève pour l’église de San Francesco à Arezzo. Toujours à Arezzo ou dans ses environs, Luca Signorelli et Rosso Fiorentino réalisent ensuite également plusieurs représentations de la Vierge Immaculée comme Nouvelle ève. à partir de 1541, l’arétin Giorgio Vasari reprend ce sujet et l’introduit à Florence grâce à son Allégorie de l’Immaculée Conception de l’église de Santi Apostoli. S’il apparaît évident que ce type iconographique si particulier prend naissance à Arezzo, il est difficile d’expliquer pourquoi cette petite ville « de périphérie » en constitue le berceau. La présence en ville du chanoine Giovanni Pollastra en est certainement l’une de raisons : très érudit, Pollastra se prête volontiers à endosser le rôle de conseiller iconographique pour les artistes de son temps qui travaillent à Arezzo. C’est certainement lui qui aide Guillaume de Marcillat, Rosso Fiorentino et Giorgio Vasari à concevoir leurs Vierges Immaculées Nouvelles èves. Le retable de Vasari peint en 1541 a un succès extraordinaire et devient un modèle incontournable pour toute Immaculée Conception dans la peinture toscane du xvie siècle. Son originalité réside en particulier dans l

  7. Post Audit of Lake Michigan Lake Trout PCB Model Forecasts

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    The Lake Michigan (LM) Mass Balance Study was conducted to measure and model polychlorinated biphenyls (PCBs) and other anthropogenic substances to gain a better understanding of the transport, fate, and effects of these substances within the system and to aid managers in the env...

  8. Detecting Magnetosomes in Freshwater Lakes and Lake Sediments

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    Kodama, K. P.; Kim, B.; Kopp, B.; Chen, A. P.

    2008-05-01

    We will present a summary of the work done to date on detecting magnetosomes in the lake sediments and water column of Lake Ely, a small post-glacial lake in northeastern Pennsylvania. To establish that magnetosomes dominate the magnetic mineralogy of the Lake Ely sediments we sampled the water column every meter down to its maximum depth of 23 m and measured the dissolved oxygen, sulfide, and iron, as well as the ARM of the material filtered from the water. We examined the water samples for magnetotactic bacteria. These results established an increase in the ARM of the filtered material at the oxic-anoxic transition. They also showed that the ARM was carried by magnetosomes produced by magnetotactic bacteria living in the water column at depths from 15-19 m. TEM of magnetic separates collected from the lake sediments show that magnetosomes are transferred to the sediments from the water column and are a significant fraction of the magnetic minerals in the sediments. We used a variety of mineral magnetic techniques to magnetically characterize the magnetosomes in the lake sediments. The delta-delta ratio test of low temperature behavior at the Verwey transition (Moskowitz et al., 1993) gave values of 1.2 to 1.5, lower than the theoretically predicted level of 2 for magnetosomes, but a numeric unmixing technique could resolve higher delta-delta ratios in the dark organic-rich layers in the sediments where magnetosomes were more prevalent. ARM/SIRM ratios of 0.15 to 0.35 with Raf values (the crossover of an IRM acquisition curve versus its alternating field demagnetization curve) of 0.45 to 0.5 are consistent with the presence of magnetosomes in the sediments, the water column, and in a sediment trap located at the bottom of the lake. IRM and ARM acquisition modeling of samples collected from a 160 cm piston core revealed two components of magnetization with coercivities of about 25 mT and 65 mT that are identified as Egli's (2004) biogenic soft (BS) and biogenic

  9. Evaluation of offshore stocking of Lake Trout in Lake Ontario

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    Lantry, B.F.; O'Gorman, R.; Strang, T.G.; Lantry, J.R.; Connerton, M.J.; Schanger, T.

    2011-01-01

    Restoration stocking of hatchery-reared lake trout Salvelinus namaycush has occurred in Lake Ontario since 1973. In U.S. waters, fish stocked through 1990 survived well and built a large adult population. Survival of yearlings stocked from shore declined during 1990–1995, and adult numbers fell during 1998–2005. Offshore stocking of lake trout was initiated in the late 1990s in response to its successful mitigation of predation losses to double-crested cormorants Phalacrocorax auritus and the results of earlier studies that suggested it would enhance survival in some cases. The current study was designed to test the relative effectiveness of three stocking methods at a time when poststocking survival for lake trout was quite low and losses due to fish predators was a suspected factor. The stocking methods tested during 2000–2002 included May offshore, May onshore, and June onshore. Visual observations during nearshore stockings and hydroacoustic observations of offshore stockings indicated that release methods were not a direct cause of fish mortality. Experimental stockings were replicated for 3 years at one site in the southwest and for 2 years at one site in the southeast. Offshore releases used a landing craft to transport hatchery trucks from 3 to 6 km offshore out to 55–60-m-deep water. For the southwest site, offshore stocking significantly enhanced poststocking survival. Among the three methods, survival ratios were 1.74 : 1.00 : 1.02 (May offshore : May onshore : June onshore). Although not statistically significant owing to the small samples, the trends were similar for the southeast site, with survival ratios of 1.67 : 1.00 : 0.72. Consistent trends across years and sites indicated that offshore stocking of yearling lake trout during 2000–2002 provided nearly a twofold enhancement in survival; however, this increase does not appear to be great enough to achieve the 12-fold enhancement necessary to return population abundance to restoration

  10. Glacial lakes Buni and Jezerce: Albania

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    Milivojević Milovan

    2005-01-01

    Full Text Available The paper presents glacial lakes and glacial relief forms at the foothill of the peak Maja Jezerce in Mt. Prokletije in Albania, near the border with Montenegro. The group of lakes Buni and Jezerce, which consists of six lakes and which genetically belongs to glacial-erosional lakes, is analyzed. Lakes are situated at the cirque bottom, between the moraines and limestone ridges. Except presented morphometric characteristics of lake basins, data about cirque are given, as well as the reconstruction of the glacier which was formed here. Recent erosion processes are intensive in this area and have considerably changed post-Pleistocene morphology of the lake, as well as the cirque bottom.

  11. Beijing Star Lake Ecology Park

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    2007-01-01

    @@ Beijing Star Lake Ecology Park is a Five-star hotel which has developed multi-functions of restaurant, lodge, bath, landscape seeing, leisure,body exercise, recreation, Ecology agriculture,etc. Occupying an area of 500 mu, the park is an environmental friendly five-star hotel.

  12. The Lake Poets in Romanticism

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    李陈晶

    2015-01-01

    Romanticism is an essential part in English literature.In this new trend,the group of poets,also called the Lake Poets,used their finest poems to show respect to nature and life,to advocate human instincts and emotions and to look forward to new world.

  13. Long Lake banding project, 1965

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    US Fish and Wildlife Service, Department of the Interior — This report summarizes the results of a banding project on Long Lake in 1965. The dates at the banding site were July 27th through August 8th. As in the past, the...

  14. Schistosomiasis in Lake Malawi villages

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    Madsen, Henry; Bloch, Paul; Makaula, Peter

    2011-01-01

    Historically, open shorelines of Lake Malawi were free from schistosome, Schistosoma haematobium, transmission, but this changed in the mid-1980s, possibly as a result of over-fishing reducing density of molluscivore fishes. Very little information is available on schistosome infections among...

  15. Genetic diversity of lake whitefish in lakes Michigan and Huron: sampling, standardization, and research priorities

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    Stott, Wendylee; VanDeHey, Justin A.; Sloss, Brian L.

    2010-01-01

    We combined data from two laboratories to increase the spatial extent of a genetic data set for lake whitefish Coregonus clupeaformis from lakes Huron and Michigan and saw that genetic diversity was greatest between lakes, but that there was also structuring within lakes. Low diversity among stocks may be a reflection of relatively recent colonization of the Great Lakes, but other factors such as recent population fluctuation and localized stresses such as lamprey predation or heavy exploitation may also have a homogenizing effect. Our data suggested that there is asymmetrical movement of lake whitefish between Lake Huron and Lake Michigan; more genotypes associated with Lake Michigan were observed in Lake Huron. Adding additional collections to the calibrated set will allow further examination of diversity in other Great Lakes, answer questions regarding movement among lakes, and estimate contributions of stocks to commercial yields. As the picture of genetic diversity and population structure of lake whitefish in the Great Lakes region emerges, we need to develop methods to combine data types to help identify important areas for biodiversity and thus conservation. Adding genetic data to existing models will increase the precision of predictions of the impacts of new stresses and changes in existing pressures on an ecologically and commercially important species.

  16. Contaminant Monitoring Strategy for Henrys Lake, Idaho

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    John S. Irving; R. P. Breckenridge

    1992-12-01

    Henrys Lake, located in southeastern Idaho, is a large, shallow lake (6,600 acres, {approx} 17.1 feet maximum depth) located at 6,472 feet elevation in Fremont Co., Idaho at the headwaters of the Henrys Fork of the Snake River. The upper watershed is comprised of high mountains of the Targhee National Forest and the lakeshore is surrounded by extensive flats and wetlands, which are mostly privately owned. The lake has been dammed since 1922, and the upper 12 feet of the lake waters are allocated for downriver use. Henrys Lake is a naturally productive lake supporting a nationally recognized ''Blue Ribbon'' trout fishery. There is concern that increasing housing development and cattle grazing may accelerate eutrophication and result in winter and early spring fish kills. There has not been a recent thorough assessment of lake water quality. However, the Department of Environmental Quality (DEQ) is currently conducting a study of water quality on Henrys Lake and tributary streams. Septic systems and lawn runoff from housing developments on the north, west, and southwest shores could potentially contribute to the nutrient enrichment of the lake. Many houses are on steep hillsides where runoff from lawns, driveways, etc. drain into wetland flats along the lake or directly into the lake. In addition, seepage from septic systems (drainfields) drain directly into the wetlands enter groundwater areas that seep into the lake. Cattle grazing along the lake margin, riparian areas, and uplands is likely accelerating erosion and nutrient enrichment. Also, cattle grazing along riparian areas likely adds to nutrient enrichment of the lake through subsurface flow and direct runoff. Stream bank and lakeshore erosion may also accelerate eutrophication by increasing the sedimentation of the lake. Approximately nine streams feed the lake (see map), but flows are often severely reduced or completely eliminated due to irrigation diversion. In addition, subsurface

  17. Édition, diffusion et réception des premiers ouvrages sur le commerce et la comptabilité en Russie au XVIIIe siècle

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    Natalia Platonova

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    Full Text Available À partir du XVIe siècle, des ouvrages destinés à aider les négociants dans leurs pratiques commerciales et en particulier à leur apprendre les techniques de la comptabilité circulent à travers l’Europe. Il faut attendre la seconde moitié du XVIIIe siècle pour qu’ils apparaissent en Russie. En prenant la mesure du rôle grandissant des marchands dans l’État et la société, la monarchie tenta d’organiser l’enseignement commercial et favorisa la diffusion de cette littérature. Ces premiers écrits, leur contenu, les conditions de leur diffusion, leur impact sur l’instruction et les pratiques des marchands de cette époque font l’objet de la présente étude. Cela donne l’occasion de souligner la parenté des publications russes avec l’ensemble des ouvrages de même nature imprimés en Europe occidentale entre les XVIe et XVIIIe siècles. En effet, leur parution ouvre la voie à la pénétration en Russie des savoirs et des pratiques de la comptabilité moderne. Toutefois, cette littérature n’a pas capté l’intérêt immédiat des milieux marchands russes. Ceux-ci se révèlent majoritairement indifférents à la tenue des livres en partie double et restent attachés aux modes traditionnels de formation professionnelle et de gestion des affaires. En cause, le caractère à la fois novateur et complexe du contenu de ces ouvrages, mais aussi les conditions générales dans lesquelles se déroulait l’exercice du commerce à cette époque et l’identité sociale des marchands. C’est pourquoi l’impact de la littérature commerciale et comptable du XVIIIe siècle sur les pratiques marchandes ne doit pas être surestimé. Cette littérature a surtout marqué la pensée comptable dont le développement s’amorce à partir de cette époque en Russie.  Since the sixteenth century, books written for to help the merchants in their practices and in particular to learn how to keep accounts spread across Europe. Such

  18. Lake volume monitoring from space

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    Crétaux, Jean-Francois; Abarca Del Rio, Rodrigo; Berge-Nguyen, Muriel; Arsen, Adalbert; Drolon, Vanessa; Maisongrande, Philippe

    2016-04-01

    Lakes are integrator of environmental changes occurring at regional to global scale and present a high variety of behaviors on a variety of time scales (cyclic and secular) depending on the climate conditions and their morphology. In addition their crucial importance as water stocks and retaining, given the significant environment changes occurring worldwide at many anthropocentric levels, has increased the necessity of monitoring all its morphodynamics characteristics, say water level, surface (water contour) and volume. The satellite altimetry and satellite imagery together are now widely used for the calculation of lakes and reservoirs water storage changes worldwide. However strategies and algorithms to calculate these characteristics are not straightforward and need development of specific approaches. We intend to present a review of some of these methodologies by using the lakes over the Tibetan Plateau to illustrate some critical aspects and issues (technical and scientific) linked with the survey of climate changes impacts on surface waters from remote sensing data. Many authors have measured water variations using the short period of remote sensing measurements available, although time series are probably too short to lead to definitive conclusions to link these results directly with the framework of climate changes. Indeed, many processes beyond the observations are still uncertain, for example the influence of morphology of the lakes. The time response for a lake to reach new state of equilibrium is one of the key aspects often neglected in the current literature. Observations over long period of time, therein maintaining a constellation of comprehensive and complementary satellite missions with a continuity of services over decades, especially when ground gauges network is too limited is therefore a necessity. In addition, the design of future satellite missions with new instrumental concepts (e.g. SAR, SARin, Ka band altimetry, Ka interferometry) is

  19. Calculating Lake Morphology in the Colville River Delta, Alaska

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    McGraw, M.; Walker, H. J.

    2013-12-01

    The morphology and surface area of a lake can be determined using simple mathematical formulas. These formulas can be plugged into a Geographic Information System (GIS) and used to calculate the circularity, smoothness, compactness and orientation of a lake or pond in remotely sensed imagery. The calculated output can then be used to differentiate circular lakes from elongated lakes, lakes with smooth shorelines from those with complex shorelines, and lake orientation; such information can then be used to classify and quantify different types of lakes in complex environments such as river deltas. The Colville River delta is located on the North Slope of Arctic Alaska. Previous studies have classified the delta's 230,000+ lakes into five types: 1. thermokarst (thaw) lakes, 2. oriented lakes, 3. perched lakes, 4 channel lakes and 5. ice-wedge polygon ponds. This study uses 2004 aerial photography and 2011 satellite imagery to quantify the different types of lake in the delta.

  20. Tel-Aviv a cent ans ! 1909-2009 : un siècle de globalisation au Proche-Orient

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    Caroline Rozenholc

    2009-03-01

    Full Text Available En mettant en perspective les grandes étapes du développement de Tel-Aviv, cet article propose de lire la capitale économique et culturelle d’Israël comme un lieu d’ancrage des idéologies du 20ème siècle européen au Proche-Orient. Sans faire l’impasse sur la mondialisation à l’œuvre dans la ville aujourd’hui, cette réflexion se déploie autour de la l’inscription récente de Tel-Aviv au patrimoine mondial de l’humanité. D’un quartier de Jaffa, Tel-Aviv est devenue la « Ville Blanche », la ville du Bauhaus, la vitrine des tendances du mouvement moderne en architecture. L’enchaînement raisonné de ces différents moments permet de mettre à jour la manière dont cette ville « sans histoire » est entrée de plain-pied dans l’Histoire. Ainsi, des maisons d’un étage qui marquent la naissance de la ville, à la tour de verre et d’aluminium de « l’architecte du blanc », Richard Meir, en passant par la reconnaissance de la ville comme inflexion « locale » d’une proposition architecturale internationale, Tel-Aviv se révèle comme un laboratoire exceptionnel de l’articulation local/global. Et l’engouement des architectes les plus prestigieux pour la ville ne fait que réactualiser Tel-Aviv comme lieu où jouent ces assemblages complexes d’espaces et de temporalités.Putting Tel Aviv’s development into perspective, this contribution suggests “reading” Israel’s economical and cultural capital – Tel-Aviv – as the successful implementation of 20th century European ideologies in the Middle East, Jaffa, Palestine. The starting point of this paper is the proclamation of Tel-Aviv as a World Cultural Heritage site for its unique urban and historical fabric, commonly known as the “White City” or the Bauhaus City. But how this city – generally considered as “devoid of history” – too set foot in History? And how from the one storey houses of the first neighborhood of Tel

  1. 40 CFR 35.1605-3 - Publicly owned freshwater lake.

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    ... 40 Protection of Environment 1 2010-07-01 2010-07-01 false Publicly owned freshwater lake. 35.1605... Owned Freshwater Lakes § 35.1605-3 Publicly owned freshwater lake. A freshwater lake that offers public... maintaining the public access and recreational facilities of this lake or other publicly owned...

  2. Seasonal thermal ecology of adult walleye (Sander vitreus) in Lake Huron and Lake Erie.

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    Peat, Tyler B; Hayden, Todd A; Gutowsky, Lee F G; Vandergoot, Christopher S; Fielder, David G; Madenjian, Charles P; Murchie, Karen J; Dettmers, John M; Krueger, Charles C; Cooke, Steven J

    2015-10-01

    The purpose of this study was to characterize thermal patterns and generate occupancy models for adult walleye from lakes Erie and Huron with internally implanted biologgers coupled with a telemetry study to assess the effects of sex, fish size, diel periods, and lake. Sex, size, and diel periods had no effect on thermal occupancy of adult walleye in either lake. Thermal occupancy differed between lakes and seasons. Walleye from Lake Erie generally experienced higher temperatures throughout the spring and summer months than did walleye in Lake Huron, due to limnological differences between the lakes. Tagged walleye that remained in Saginaw Bay, Lake Huron (i.e., adjacent to the release location), as opposed to those migrating to the main basin of Lake Huron, experienced higher temperatures, and thus accumulated more thermal units (the amount of temperature units amassed over time) throughout the year. Walleye that migrated toward the southern end of Lake Huron occupied higher temperatures than those that moved toward the north. Consequently, walleye that emigrated from Saginaw Bay experienced thermal environments that were more favorable for growth as they spent more time within their thermal optimas than those that remained in Saginaw Bay. Results presented in this paper provide information on the thermal experience of wild fish in a large lake, and could be used to refine sex- and lake-specific bioenergetics models of walleye in the Great Lakes to enable the testing of ecological hypotheses.

  3. Seasonal thermal ecology of adult walleye (Sander vitreus) in Lake Huron and Lake Erie

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    Peat, Tyler B; Hayden, Todd A.; Gutowsky, Lee F G; Vandergoot, Christopher S.; Fielder, David G.; Madenjian, Charles P.; Murchie, Karen J; Dettmers, John M.; Krueger, Charles C.; Cooke, Steven J.

    2015-01-01

    The purpose of this study was to characterize thermal patterns and generate occupancy models for adult walleye from lakes Erie and Huron with internally implanted biologgers coupled with a telemetry study to assess the effects of sex, fish size, diel periods, and lake. Sex, size, and diel periods had no effect on thermal occupancy of adult walleye in either lake. Thermal occupancy differed between lakes and seasons. Walleye from Lake Erie generally experienced higher temperatures throughout the spring and summer months than did walleye in Lake Huron, due to limnological differences between the lakes. Tagged walleye that remained in Saginaw Bay, Lake Huron (i.e., adjacent to the release location), as opposed to those migrating to the main basin of Lake Huron, experienced higher temperatures, and thus accumulated more thermal units (the amount of temperature units amassed over time) throughout the year. Walleye that migrated toward the southern end of Lake Huron occupied higher temperatures than those that moved toward the north. Consequently, walleye that emigrated from Saginaw Bay experienced thermal environments that were more favorable for growth as they spent more time within their thermal optimas than those that remained in Saginaw Bay. Results presented in this paper provide information on the thermal experience of wild fish in a large lake, and could be used to refine sex- and lake-specific bioenergetics models of walleye in the Great Lakes to enable the testing of ecological hypotheses.

  4. La distinction d’une élite sociale par l’habit au siècle des Lumières. Les maréchaux de France et leur garde-robe

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    Full Text Available L’étude de la garde-robe des maréchaux de France au xviiie siècle peut servir de prisme à l’étude des différences de fortune, de mode de vie et de distinction entre ces grands officiers de la couronne. Les maréchaux de France avaient pour fonction de commander en chef les armées. Au xviiie siècle, jusqu’à l’obtention du maréchalat, leur carrière fut essentiellement militaire. Parmi les quatre-vingt titulaires de cette dignité, nombreux furent ceux qui obtinrent des charges curiales, de gouvernement, des missions, des honneurs et des distinctions. Ils participèrent à nombre de cérémonies au cours du siècle et furent des acteurs de la vie à Versailles ou dans les châteaux royaux. Titulaires d’une dignité unique qui les rapprochait, les écarts de fortune n’en étaient pas moins grands entre un maréchal duc et pair de France et un marin oublié. Il s’agit de proposer une approche générale puis comparée de leur garde-robe, comprenant l’ensemble des vêtements possédés au moment de leur décès.The Dress Code of a Social Elite during the French Enlightenment. The Marshals of France and their Wardrobes - The study of the wardrobe of the Marshals of France during the 18th century is likely to be an indication of discrepancies in wealth, ways of life and distinctions between the Great officers of the crown. The Marshals of France were commanders-in-chief of the military forces. From the 18th century to their being granted the title of marshals, their carriers were mainly military ones. A large number of the eighty-four holders of this title were allowed to work in governmental or diplomatic fields. They were honored and conferred distinctions as well. They took part in many ceremonies and were prominent figures of life in Versailles or royal castles. They held a unique title that created a bond between them. However, discrepancies in wealth were nonetheless drastic. For instance, a Marshal, who was also a

  5. Lake Morphometry for NHD Lakes in Pacific Northwest Region 17 HUC

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    U.S. Environmental Protection Agency — Lake morphometry metrics are known to influence productivity in lakes and are important for building various types of ecological and environmental models of lentic...

  6. Great Lakes Restoration Initiative Great Lakes Mussel Watch(2009-2014)

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    National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, Department of Commerce — Following the inception of the Great Lakes Restoration Initiative (GLRI) to address the significant environmental issues plaguing the Great Lakes region, the...

  7. Lake Morphometry for NHD Lakes in Lower Mississippi Region 8 HUC

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  8. Lake Morphometry for NHD Lakes in Upper Colorado Region 14 HUC

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  9. Lake Morphometry for NHD Lakes in Upper Mississippi Region 7 HUC

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  10. Lake Morphometry for NHD Lakes in Rio Grande Region 13 HUC

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  11. Lake Morphometry for NHD Lakes in Souris Red Rainy Region 9 HUC

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  12. Environmental Assessment: Submerged Aquatic Plant Management of Banks Lake, Banks Lake NWR, Lakeland, Georgia

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    US Fish and Wildlife Service, Department of the Interior — This Environmental Assessment is an analysis of five alternatives developed to address themanagement of the submerged aquatic plants of Banks Lake on Banks Lake...

  13. 1997-1998 lake water quality assessment for Upper Des Lacs Lake, North Dakota

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    US Fish and Wildlife Service, Department of the Interior — This is a summary of the data collected on Upper Des Lacs Lake as part of the State's Lake Water Quality Assessment Project. The Project is designed to characterize...

  14. Lake Morphometry for NHD Lakes in Lower Colorado Region 15 HUC

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  15. Lake Morphometry for NHD Lakes in Great Basin Region 16 HUC

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  16. Lake Morphometry for NHD Lakes in North East Region 1 HUC

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  17. Ardoch Lake, Kellys Slough, Devils Lake National Wildlife Range : Narrative Report : Calendar Year 1964

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    US Fish and Wildlife Service, Department of the Interior — This annual narrative report for Ardoch Lake, Kellys Slough, Devils Lake National Wildlife Refuge outlines Refuge accomplishments during the 1964 calendar year. The...

  18. Lake Morphometry for NHD Lakes in the Upper Portion of the Missouri Region 10 HUC

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  19. Why study lakes? An overview of USGS lake studies in Wisconsin

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    Garn, Herbert S.; Elder, J.F.; Robertson, D.M.

    2003-01-01

    Wisconsin’s 15,000 lakes are prominent features in its landscape and an important public resource. In the northern part of the State, the recent glaciation (ending about 10,000 years ago) created one of the densest clusters of lakes found anywhere in the world, containing lakes that occupy depressions in the glacial moraines and outwash deposits (fig. 1). This Northern Lakes and Forests Ecoregion contains more than 80 percent of the State’s lakes (Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources, 2001). South of this ecoregion, there are fewer lakes, but they still are common. Usually situated in agricultural or urban land- scapes, lakes in southern Wisconsin generally have higher levels of nutrients and alkalinity, and higher biological productivity than their northern counterparts. For most lakes in Wisconsin, phosphorus is the nutrient that limits algal growth (Lillie and Mason, 1983).

  20. Record of glacial Lake Missoula floods in glacial Lake Columbia, Washington

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    Hanson, Michelle A.; Clague, John J.

    2016-02-01

    During the last glaciation (marine oxygen isotope stage 2), outburst floods from glacial Lake Missoula deposited diagnostic sediments within glacial Lake Columbia. Two dominant outburst flood lithofacies are present within glacial Lake Columbia deposits: a flood expansion bar facies and a finer-grained hyperpycnite facies. We conclude that the flood sediments have a glacial Lake Missoula source because: (1) current indicators indicate westward flow through the lake, and upvalley flow followed by downvalley flow in tributary valleys; (2) no flood sediments are found north of a certain point; (3) there is a dominance of Belt-Purcell Supergroup clasts in a flood expansion bar; and (4) some of the finer-grained beds have a pink colour, reflective of glacial Lake Missoula lake-bottom sediments. A new radiocarbon age of 13,400 ± 100 14C BP on plant detritus found below 37 flood beds helps constrain the timing of outburst flooding from glacial Lake Missoula.

  1. Floodplain Lakes: Evolution and Response

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    Hausmann, Sonja; Hall, Roland; Gell, Peter

    2011-05-01

    PAGES International Floodplain Lakes Workshop; Fayetteville, Arkansas, 16-19 September 2010 ; Human alteration of the major rivers and floodplains of the world is a global concern because they sustain aquatic ecosystems and supply food and energy to society. When in flood stage, the influence of a river extends across the floodplain and can revitalize productive wetlands. The condition of many rivers has declined worldwide, but the degree of degradation is hard to assess due to natural variability of flow and uncertainty of baseline status. Evidence of changes over decades to millennia in river and wetland conditions, however, can be quantified from physical, chemical, and biological information archived in the accumulated sediments of floodplain lakes.

  2. DOLUS LAKES ROADLESS AREA, MONTANA.

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    Elliott, James E.; Avery, Dale W.

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    A mineral survey of the Dolus Lakes Roadless Area in southwestern Montana, was conducted. Much of the roadless area has probable and substantiated potential for resources of gold, silver, molybdenum, and tungsten. The nature of the geologic terrain indicates that there is little promise for the occurrence of coal, oil, gas, or geothermal resources. Detailed geologic and geochemical studies are suggested to delineate exploration targets that could be tested by drilling.

  3. Lake Borgne Surge Barrier Study

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    Savant , and Darla C. McVan September 2010 Approved for public release; distribution is unlimited. ERDC/CHL TR-10-10 September 2010 Lake...Borgne Surge Barrier Study S. Keith Martin, Gaurav Savant , and Darla C. McVan Coastal and Hydraulics Laboratory U.S. Army Engineer Research and...conducted by Keith Martin, Dr. Gaurav Savant , and Darla C. McVan. This work was conducted at the Coastal and Hydraulics Laboratory (CHL) of the

  4. Storm Warnings on Lake Balaton,

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    magnitude of this effect. Consequently, the employees of the Storm Warning Service decided in the course of the summer 1962, to set up a cup -type... anemometer on a passenger ship regularly passing between Si6fok and Balatonfired, and to take wind measurements along this route across the Lake in a...along this route. During the measurements, the reading of the anemometer was taken at intervals and noted together with the time of reading. Since the

  5. A contribution to the knowledge of yeasts in Olsztyn lakes

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    Maria Dynowska

    2014-08-01

    Full Text Available Yeasts species have been analysed from Skanda and Kartowo Lakes. Their presence reflects poor sanitary stale of the lakes, with Skanda Lake particulary affected by the process of eutrophication.

  6. Fisheries Management Plan: Rice Lake National Wildlife Refuge

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    US Fish and Wildlife Service, Department of the Interior — Rice Lake National Wildlife Refuge provides a sport fishery on three of the four refuge lakes. Fishing is restricted to designated areas. Rice Lake, though not open...

  7. Recreational Fishery Management Plan for Lake Andes National Wildlife Refuge

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    US Fish and Wildlife Service, Department of the Interior — Current condition of lake Andes (1996) and highlights potential problems and recommendations for improving the lake as a hatchery. Lake Andes was a much larger body...

  8. Great Lakes Commercial Fishing Catches 1929-2013

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    U.S. Geological Survey, Department of the Interior — Since 1971 the Great Lakes Science Center (GLSC), formerly known as the National Fishery Center-Great Lakes (National Biological Service), the Great Lakes Fishery...

  9. Refuge Land Acquisition Biological Reconnaissance Report Lake Umbagog 1972

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    US Fish and Wildlife Service, Department of the Interior — This report describes a 15,600-acre area called Lake Umbagog. The focus of the report is on the lake shore, marsh, swamp, and uplands, predominately on the lake's...

  10. Mechanisms of Methane Release From Lake Sediments

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    Shiba, Jacob

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    Methane is a powerful greenhouse gas that can be produced in bottom sediments of lakes and reservoirs and released through ebullition and other properties. Many studies have quantified ebullition rates, however, the detailed mechanisms remain incompletely understood. This study was undertaken to better understand, through in situ and laboratory measurements, the mechanisms of gas ebullition from lake sediment. Four sites on Lake Elsinore, CA with different properties were evaluated through th...

  11. Pulicat Lake: A Fragile Ecosystem Under Threat

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    Saraswathy, R.; Pandian, Pitchai Kasinatha

    2016-09-01

    The Pulicat Lake is the second largest brackish water lake after Chilika Lake in India. The average area of the water spread is 461 sq km. During the monsoon Pulicat Lake receives freshwater through three major rivers, namely, the Swarnamukhi, the Kalangi and the Arani. The Pulicat lagoon system, which is a storehouse of rich biological resources, is under great threat because of the anthropogenic influences. The Pulicat Lake ecosystem is degraded by siltation, bar mouth dynamics, shell mining and processing and population pressure due to the resettlement of villagers from Sriharikota Island. It has been determined that the extent of the lake, including its water spread area, is decreasing. Therefore, it is essential to assess the land use / land cover changes taking place in and around Pulicat Lake using remote sensing and GIS. Studies on its sediment characteristics are also vital. The grain size content reveals that most of the sediments contain clay and silt in enormous amounts. This lake has been the prime source of a livelihood through fishing for a large section of the population living in the surrounding villages. It is the most important refuge for water birds in south India. The fishing community who lives in and around Pulicat Lake follows the Padu system for fishing in the lake. In this study, apart from studies on configuration changes and sediment analysis, a study of the flora and fauna of the lake and the socio-economic conditions of the local community were also carried out. Finally, mitigation measures for the sustainable protection of the lake's ecosystem were identified.

  12. Potential flood volume of Himalayan glacial lakes

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    K. Fujita

    2013-07-01

    Full Text Available Glacial lakes are potentially dangerous sources of glacial lake outburst floods (GLOFs, and represent a serious natural hazard in Himalayan countries. Despite the development of various indices aimed at determining the outburst probability, an objective evaluation of the thousands of Himalayan glacial lakes has yet to be completed. In this study we propose a single index, based on the depression angle from the lakeshore, which allows the lakes to be assessed using remotely sensed digital elevation models (DEMs. We test our approach on five lakes in Nepal, Bhutan, and Tibet using images taken by the declassified Hexagon KH-9 satellite before these lakes experienced an outburst flood. All five lakes had a steep lakefront area (SLA, on which a depression angle was steeper than our proposed threshold of 10° before the GLOF event, but the SLA was no longer evident after the events. We further calculated the potential flood volume (PFV; i.e., the maximum volume of floodwater that could be released if the lake surface was lowered sufficiently to eradicate the SLA. This approach guarantees repeatability to assess the possibility of GLOF hazards because it requires no particular expertise to carry out, though the PFV does not quantify the GLOF risk. We calculated PFVs for more than 2000 Himalayan glacial lakes using visible band images and DEMs of ASTER data. The PFV distribution follows a power-law function. We found that 794 lakes did not have an SLA, and consequently had a PFV of zero, while we also identified 49 lakes with PFVs of over 10 million m3, which is a comparable volume to that of recorded major GLOFs. This PFV approach allows us to preliminarily identify and prioritize those Himalayan glacial lakes that require further detailed investigation on GLOF hazards and risk.

  13. Pacific salmonines in the Great Lakes Basin

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    Claramunt, Randall M.; Madenjian, Charles P.; Clapp, David; Taylor, William W.; Lynch, Abigail J.; Leonard, Nancy J.

    2012-01-01

    Pacific salmon (genus Oncorhynchus) are a valuable resource, both within their native range in the North Pacific rim and in the Great Lakes basin. Understanding their value from a biological and economic perspective in the Great Lakes, however, requires an understanding of changes in the ecosystem and of management actions that have been taken to promote system stability, integrity, and sustainable fisheries. Pacific salmonine introductions to the Great Lakes are comprised mainly of Chinook salmon, coho salmon, and steelhead and have accounted for 421, 177, and 247 million fish, respectively, stocked during 1966-2007. Stocking of Pacific salmonines has been effective in substantially reducing exotic prey fish abundances in several of the Great Lakes (e.g., lakes Michigan, Huron, and Ontario). The goal of our evaluation was to highlight differences in management strategies and perspectives across the basin, and to evaluate policies for Pacific salmonine management in the Great Lakes. Currently, a potential conflict exists between Pacific salmonine management and native fish rehabilitation goals because of the desire to sustain recreational fisheries and to develop self-sustaining populations of stocked Pacific salmonines in the Great Lakes. We provide evidence that suggests Pacific salmonines have not only become naturalized to the food webs of the Great Lakes, but that their populations (specifically Chinook salmon) may be fluctuating in concert with specific prey (i.e., alewives) whose populations are changing relative to environmental conditions and ecosystem disturbances. Remaining questions, however, are whether or not “natural” fluctuations in predator and prey provide enough “stability” in the Great Lakes food webs, and even more importantly, would a choice by managers to attempt to reduce the severity of predator-prey oscillations be antagonistic to native fish restoration efforts. We argue that, on each of the Great Lakes, managers are pursuing

  14. The Great Lakes Regional Stroke Network Experience

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    2006-01-01

    Stroke is a leading cause of disability and the third leading cause of death among adults in the United States and in the Great Lakes states of Illinois, Indiana, Michigan, Minnesota, Ohio, and Wisconsin. The Great Lakes Regional Stroke Network was created to enhance collaboration and coordination among the Great Lakes states to reduce the burden of stroke and stroke-related disparities associated with race, sex, and geography. Three priorities were identified for reducing the effects of stro...

  15. Régis Darques, Salonique au xxe siècle. De la cité ottomane à la métropole grecque, Paris, CNRS éditions, 2000, 319 p. + 60 pl.

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    Full Text Available Peu de villes du pourtour méditerranéen ont fait l’objet, ces cinquante dernières années, d’autant de travaux que Salonique, et la recherche réalisée par Régis Darques — soutenue en février 1998 en vue d'obtention d'un doctorat à l'Université de Provence — constitue une contribution importante à la connaissance de l’histoire de cette cité au xxe siècle. À travers le processus d'appropriation du territoire, l'auteur cherche à cerner les grandes étapes de transition de la ville ottomane vers l...

  16. Construire une société seigneuriale. Itinéraire et ecclésiologie de l’abbé Odon de Cluny (fin du IXe-milieu du Xe siècle

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    Full Text Available Entre la fin du IXe et le milieu du Xe siècle, de nouvelles formes de pouvoir émergent en Occident, au sein de cadres encore partiellement carolingiens. Il s’agit d’un bouleversement majeur qui marque la genèse de la société seigneuriale. Cette époque de transition a alimenté et suscite encore de nombreux débats qui portent sur la chronologie et les modalités du passage d’un type d’organisation sociale à un autre. C’est cette période charnière que permet d’appréhender le deuxième abbé de Clun...

  17. Anne-Hélène Allirot, Filiae regis Francorum : princesses royales, mémoire de saint Louis et conscience dynastique (de 1270 à la fin du XIVe siècle

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    Full Text Available L’étude propose une histoire du sang royal au féminin. De 1270 à la fin du XIVe siècle, le statut des princesses royales en France est en cours de normalisation. Les filles du roi sont progressivement exclues du trône, des apanages et de la pairie. Mais la canonisation de Louis IX et la valorisation du lignage royal renforcent leur prestige. Elles obtiennent, sinon un patrimoine, du moins un rang spécifique et la reconnaissance d’une qualité. Les « Filiae regis Francorum » sont ainsi le résul...

  18. O DISCURSO EM L’ART DE LA CUISINE FRANÇAISE AU XIXe SIÈCLE DE ANTONIN CARÊME E SUAS CONDIÇÕES DE PRODUÇÃO

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    RESUMO: L’art de La cuisine française au XIXe siècle é uma coleção formada por cinco volumes dos quais os três primeiros foram escritos por Antonin Carême que é considerado o cozinheiro dos reis e o rei dos cozinheiros na Europa do século XIX . Para os estudiosos da gastronomia é imprescindível conhecer a trajetória deste sujeito que é provavelmente o primeiro a receber na história da culinária francesa o título de chefe, como também, ter sido o criador da haute cuisine e da nouvelle cuisine ...

  19. Thiamine concentrations in lake whitefish eggs from the upper Great Lakes are related to maternal diet

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    Riley, S.C.; Rinchard, J.; Ebener, M.P.; Tillitt, D.E.; Munkittrick, K.R.; Parrott, J.L.; Allen, J.D.

    2011-01-01

    Thiamine deficiency is responsible for reproductive impairment in several species of salmonines in the Great lakes, and is thought to be caused by the consumption of prey containing thiaminase, a thiamine-degrading enzyme. Because thiaminase levels are extremely high in dreissenid mussels, fish that prey on them may be susceptible to thiamine deficiency. We determined thiamine concentrations in lake whitefish Coregonus clupeaformis eggs from the upper Laurentian Great Lakes to assess the potential for thiamine deficiency and to determine if thiamine concentrations in lake whitefish eggs were related to maternal diet. Mean thiamine concentrations in lake whitefish eggs were highest in Lake Huron, intermediate in Lake Superior, and lowest in Lake Michigan. Some fish had thiamine concentrations below putative thresholds for lethal and sublethal effects in salmonines, suggesting that some larval lake whitefish may currently be at risk of at least sublethal effects of low thiamine concentrations, although thiamine thresholds are unknown for lake whitefish. Egg thiamine concentrations in lake whitefish eggs were statistically significantly related to isotopic carbon signatures, suggesting that egg thiamine levels were related to maternal diet, but low egg thiamine concentrations did not appear to be associated with a diet of dreissenids. Egg thiamine concentrations were not statistically significantly related to multifunction oxidase induction, suggesting that lower egg thiamine concentrations in lake whitefish were not related to contaminant exposure.

  20. 33 CFR 162.138 - Connecting waters from Lake Huron to Lake Erie; speed rules.

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    ... speed not greater than— (i) 12 statute miles per hour (10.4 knots) between Fort Gratiot Light and St... to Lake Erie; speed rules. 162.138 Section 162.138 Navigation and Navigable Waters COAST GUARD... REGULATIONS § 162.138 Connecting waters from Lake Huron to Lake Erie; speed rules. (a) Maximum speed limit...

  1. Lake Michigan lake trout PCB model forecast post audit (oral presentation)

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    Scenario forecasts for total PCBs in Lake Michigan (LM) lake trout were conducted using the linked LM2-Toxics and LM Food Chain models, supported by a suite of additional LM models. Efforts were conducted under the Lake Michigan Mass Balance Study and the post audit represents an...

  2. 78 FR 24228 - Lake Andes National Wildlife Refuge Complex, Lake Andes, SD; Final Comprehensive Conservation Plan

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    ... Fish and Wildlife Service Lake Andes National Wildlife Refuge Complex, Lake Andes, SD; Final Comprehensive Conservation Plan AGENCY: Fish and Wildlife Service, Interior. ACTION: Notice of availability... conservation plan and finding of no significant impact (FONSI) for the Lake Andes National Wildlife...

  3. 78 FR 17097 - Safety Zone; Lake Havasu Triathlon; Lake Havasu City, AZ

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    ... SECURITY Coast Guard 33 CFR Part 165 RIN 1625-AA00 Safety Zone; Lake Havasu Triathlon; Lake Havasu City, AZ... Havasu Triathlon. This temporary safety zone is necessary to provide safety for the swimmers, crew... Triathlon will consist of 600 participants. The waterside swim course consists of 1500 meters in Lake...

  4. Audubon National Wildlife Refuge, Lake Nettie National Wildlife Refuge, McLean National Wildlife Refuge, Camp Lake Easement Refuge, Hiddenwood Easement Refuge, Lake Otis Easement Refuge, Lost Lake Easement Refuge, Sheyenne Lake Easement Refuge : Narrative report : 1971

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    US Fish and Wildlife Service, Department of the Interior — This annual narrative report for Audubon National Wildlife Refuge (including Lake Nettie National Wildlife Refuge, McLean National Wildlife Refuge, Camp Lake...

  5. Audubon National Wildlife Refuge, Lake Nettie National Wildlife Refuge, McLean National Wildlife Refuge, Camp Lake Easement Refuge, Hiddenwood Easement Refuge, Lake Otis Easement Refuge, Lost Lake Easement Refuge, Sheyenne Lake Easement Refuge: Narrative report: 1972

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    US Fish and Wildlife Service, Department of the Interior — This annual narrative report for Audubon National Wildlife Refuge (including Lake Nettie National Wildlife Refuge, McLean National Wildlife Refuge, Camp Lake...

  6. Residence time and physical processes in lakes

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    Nicoletta SALA

    2003-09-01

    Full Text Available The residence time of a lake is highly dependent on internal physical processes in the water mass conditioning its hydrodynamics; early attempts to evaluate this physical parameter emphasize the complexity of the problem, which depends on very different natural phenomena with widespread synergies. The aim of this study is to analyse the agents involved in these processes and arrive at a more realistic definition of water residence time which takes account of these agents, and how they influence internal hydrodynamics. With particular reference to temperate lakes, the following characteristics are analysed: 1 the set of the lake's caloric components which, along with summer heating, determine the stabilizing effect of the surface layers, and the consequent thermal stratification, as well as the winter destabilizing effect; 2 the wind force, which transfers part of its momentum to the water mass, generating a complex of movements (turbulence, waves, currents with the production of active kinetic energy; 3 the water flowing into the lake from the tributaries, and flowing out through the outflow, from the standpoint of hydrology and of the kinetic effect generated by the introduction of these water masses into the lake. These factors were studied in the context of the general geographical properties of the lake basin and the watershed (latitude, longitude, morphology, also taking account of the local and regional climatic situation. Also analysed is the impact of ongoing climatic change on the renewal of the lake water, which is currently changing the equilibrium between lake and atmosphere, river and lake, and relationships

  7. The pollution of East Lake,Wuhan

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    Yi xiGu; Mialy Rakotondravah

    2009-01-01

    @@ 1.The history East Lake was an open lake:she connected Yangtze River through Qlngshan Channel.The water level was controlled by Yangtze River:rising in summer,and decreasing in winter.After building Wufeng Gate in 1957,changing the Qingshan harbor as water supply channel,the East Lake is completely isolated from Yangtze River and then East Lake changes from a natural lake to a closed lake by human control.The watar level is related with rainfall,evaporation,surface runoff,pumping off by the factories along the lake,agricultural and domestic sewage water.East Lake is a typical shallow lake in the northeast of Wuhan city.When the water level is 20.5m,the area is 28km2, volume is 62 million m3,and catchment area is 186 km2.The deepest position:4.75m,average depth is 2.21m2,And also it is a multi-function:water-sport entertainments.drinking water source,fishing,industrial water and famous scene.

  8. Histoire officielle et mémoires en conflit dans le Sud du Mont-Liban : les affrontements druzo-chrétiens du xixe siècle

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    Dima de Clerck

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    Full Text Available L’espace libanais est caractérisé par l’absence d’une mémoire collective nationale au profit de plusieurs mémoires sociales portées par les différents groupes identitaires confessionnels et élaborées en fonction des relations conflictuelles ou conviviales qu’ils entretenaient entre eux. Ces mémoires rivalisent entre elles et avec une autre mémoire, construite à partir du début du xxe siècle par des tenants de la coexistence et hissée au rang d’histoire officielle, dans une vaine tentative de promouvoir une vision fédératrice de l’histoire du pays. Les mémoires élaborées autour des affrontements druzo-chrétiens du xixe siècle sont particulièrement illustratives de cette disjonction. Le fait que ce moment fondateur de la question du Liban, soit le produit d’un conflit sanglant est presque passé sous silence dans l’histoire officielle. Un sondage des mémoires communautaires chrétienne et druze pour la période 1820-61 permet de saisir comment ces mémoires vives, elles-mêmes en conflit, ont sapé l’histoire officielle, rendant compte d’un échec des historiens de la coexistence à imposer un récit censuré et pudique comme base d’une mémoire historique commune.

  9. Long Lake National Wildlife Refuge and Long Lake Wetland Management District: Annual narrative report: Calendar year 1992

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    US Fish and Wildlife Service, Department of the Interior — This annual narrative report for Long Lake NWR, Long Lake WMD, Slade NWR, Florence Lake NWR, and the easement refuges outlines Refuge accomplishments during the 1992...

  10. Long Lake National Wildlife Refuge and Long Lake Wetland Management District: Annual narrative report: Calendar year 1995

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    US Fish and Wildlife Service, Department of the Interior — This annual narrative report for Long Lake NWR, Long Lake WMD, Slade NWR, Florence Lake NWR, and the easement refuges outlines Refuge accomplishments during the 1995...

  11. Holocene Lake Records on Kamchatka

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    Diekmann, Bernhard; Biskaborn, Boris; Chapligin, Bernhard; Dirksen, Oleg; Dirksen, Veronika; Hoff, Ulrike; Meyer, Hanno; Nazarova, Larisa

    2014-05-01

    The availibility of terrestrial records of Holocene palaeoenvironmental changes in eastern Siberia still is quite limited, compared to other regions on the northern hemisphere. In particular, the Kamchatka Peninsula as an important climate-sensitive region is very underrepresented. Situated at the border of northeastern Eurasia, the maritime-influenced terrestrial setting of Kamchatka offers the potential to pinpoint connections of environmental changes between the periglacial and highly continental landmasses of eastern Siberia and the sub-Arctic Pacific Ocean and Sea of Okhotsk. The study region lies at the eastern end-loop of the global thermohaline ocean conveyor belt and is strongly affected by atmospheric teleconnections. Volcanic, tectonic, and glacial processes overprint palaeoenvironmental changes in addition to primary climate forcing. In order to widen our understanding of plaeoclimate dynamics on Kamchatka, sediment cores from different lake systems and peat sections were recovered and analysed by a multi-proxy approach, using sedimentological and geochemical data as well as fossil bioindicators, such as diatoms, pollen, and chironomids. Chronostratigraphy of the studied records was achieved through radiocarbon dating and tephrostratigraphy. Sediment cores with complete Holocene sedimentary sequences were retrieved from Lake Sokoch, an up to six metre deep lake of proglacial origin, situated at the treeline in the Ganalsky Ridge of southern central Kamchatka (53°15,13'N, 157°45.49' E, 495 m a.s.l.). Lacustrine sediment records of mid- to late Holocene age were also recovered from the up to 30 m deep Two-Yurts Lake, which occupies a former proglacial basin at the eastern flank of the Central Kamchatka Mountain Chain, the Sredinny Ridge (56°49.6'N, 160°06.9'E, 275 m a.s.l.). In addition to sediment coring in the open and deep Two-Yurts Lake, sediment records were also recovered from peat sections and small isolated forest lakes to compare

  12. The decreasing level of Toshka Lakes seen from space

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    Sparavigna, Amelia Carolina

    2011-01-01

    Toshka Lakes are lakes recently formed in the Sahara Desert of Egypt, by the water of the Nile, conveyed from the Nasser Lake through a canal in the Toshka Depression. From space, astronauts noticed the growing of a first lake, the easternmost one, in 1998. Then additional lakes grew in succession due west, the westernmost one between 2000 and 2001. In fact, sources of precious information on Toshka Lakes are the pictures takes by the crews of space missions and the satellite imagery. They show that, from 2006, the lakes started shrinking. A set of recent images displays that the surface of the easternmost lake is strongly reduced.

  13. Planning Interventions for Lake Conservation: A Case of Shahpura Lake, Bhopal, India

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    Munoth, Navneet; Nagaich, Anugrah Anilkumar

    2015-09-01

    With due increment in the development process of India, the problems related to environment are under constant increment and its contamination has now became a great threat for the rich ecology of the country. Particularly, the problems regarding the water quality are now becoming more acute and complicated due to increasing urbanization, industrialization, siltation, agricultural run-off and discharge of untreated sewage water. The city Bhopal in India having named as the city of lakes, is also experiencing similar issues. The famous characteristic lakes of Bhopal are under great environmental stress due to pollution from various sources. The Shahpura lake is one such lake, situated well within the city. A number of wards and colonies surrounding the lake boundary discharge their sewage and silage into the existing drainage network of the area, which ultimately finds its way into the lake through open drains. The main source of contamination in the lake is sewage fed drains, which are dumped into the lake during the summers. Besides this, other activities like bathing, cloth washing, cattle bathing and religious activities like idol immersion etc. also paves the way for high concentration of harmful chemicals in the lake. This work mainly discusses the existing situation and causes of water pollution in the Shahpura lake of Bhopal. It also brings into light the constitutional safeguards related to Lake Conservation in India and reviews their practical implications. In the end, it focuses on recommending the lake conservation strategies for the case of Shahpura lake; and suggests measures that could be adopted elsewhere to prevent the issue of lake pollution from various sources, emphasizing the importance of lakes.

  14. Localités et historiographie. Le débat sur l'histoire de Sanremo au xviiie siècle

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    Full Text Available Ce travail est centré sur un cas, celui qui oppose au xviiie siècle le gouvernement de la République de Gênes à une des communautés de son territoire, Sanremo. Le conflit commence en 1729 avec la résistance de Sanremo à l'extension des certaines lois générales pour le commerce, et après 1753 se développe sur le plan international, avec des très fortes répercussions dans les relations diplomatiques entre la République et les cours européennes. Le conflit met en pleine lumière les stratégies de revendication impériale avancées par une partie des représentants de la communauté de Sanremo, avec l’aide de certains fonctionnaires impériaux, depuis longtemps défenseurs de la supériorité impériale sur toute la République.Ce cas est l’objet d'une intense production historico-juridique qui prend l’aspect d’un très grand nombre d'œuvres imprimées et manuscrites. Cette production offre une interprétation de l'histoire des rapports entre les deux villes où les éclaircissements juridictionnelles se mélangent à la revendication d'une identité historique et d'une légitimation politique locales.De telles controverses sont, en effet, des lieux d’observations stratégiques pour mesurer de quelle façon l'initiative locale se rencontre et conditionne la redéfinition des catégories politiques, juridiques et économiques (ce qui souligne l'importance stratégique de la lecture et de l'interprétation d'un fait à l'échelle analytique locale. Le recours à la contextualisation, à l'archive, permet de mieux saisir le complexe rapport entre la formalisation des oeuvres d'imprimerie et l’« agir » concret des parties adverses, et montre les dynamiques du litige qui, si l’on en restait à un point de vue général, seraient difficilement perceptibles.Ainsi, à partir de certaines données des archives, il est possible de comprendre clairement les moments et les façons par lesquels cette « imperialità » de

  15. Spatial distribution of seepage at a flow-through lake: Lake Hampen, Western Denmark

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    Kidmose, Jacob Baarstrøm; Engesgaard, Peter Knudegaard; Nilsson, Bertel;

    2011-01-01

    The spatial distribution of seepage at a flow-through lake in western Denmark was investigated at multiple scales with integrated use of a seepage meter, lake–groundwater gradients, stable isotope fractionation (d18O), chlorofl uorocarbon (CFC) apparent ages, land-based and off -shore geophysical...... that corroborates the interpretation of lake water recharging off shore and moving down gradient. Inclusion of lake bed heterogeneity in the model improved the comparison of simulated and observed discharge to the lake. The apparent age of the discharging groundwater to the lake was determined by CFCs, resulting...

  16. Catalog of crater lakes from Costa Rica

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    Ramirez, C. J.; Mora-Amador, R.; González, G.

    2010-12-01

    Costa Rica has a diversity of volcanic crater lakes that can be classified into two groups: hot and cold lakes. The country contains at least 5% of the world's hot lakes. Costa Rica has 2 hot hyperacidic lakes, both of them on active volcanoes, the Rincón de la Vieja (38.0°C, pH = 0 - 1) and the Poás Laguna Caliente (36.1°C - 56°C, pH = 0.55 - 0.74), nowadays the Poás hot lake is the most active crater lake in the world, with more than 200 eruptions only on 2010. One of the most studied cold crater lakes is Irazú (13°C, pH = 3.5), that used to contain bubbling and clear areas of upwelling involving CO2 liberation and subaqueous fumaroles with temperatures up to 50°C, but since 2005 the lake presents an important descend until April 2010 when it disappeared. On February 9, 2003, Irazú's lake underwent a drastic change of color, from clear green to mustard with reddish loops, similar to the color of the waters of Lake Nyos after the gas burst of August 1986. Other studied cold lakes include Botos, Chato, and Tenorio, all at the summit of Quaternary volcanoes as well as Barva and Danta, located in recent pyroclastic cones. Some cold lakes are located in Holocene maar-type explosion craters, among them are Congo, Bosque Alegre, Hule, and Río Cuarto. These last two have undergone repeated rapid reddish color changes over the last 10 years, in association with fish kills and the liberation of apparently sulfurous scents. On March 2010, University of Costa Rica was the host of the 7th Workshop on Volcanic Lakes, part of the Commission of Volcanic Lakes of the IAVCEI, 51 participants from 14 countries attended the workshop; they presented 27 talks and 17 posters, also they visited and sample 4 of the lakes mentioned above (Botos, Irazú, Río Cuarto and Hule). Level of Study: 1: few or no data, 2: regular, 3: acceptable

  17. Evaluation of a lake whitefish bioenergetics model

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    Madenjian, Charles P.; O'Connor, Daniel V.; Pothoven, Steven A.; Schneeberger, Philip J.; Rediske, Richard R.; O'Keefe, James P.; Bergstedt, Roger A.; Argyle, Ray L.; Brandt, Stephen B.

    2006-01-01

    We evaluated the Wisconsin bioenergetics model for lake whitefish Coregonus clupeaformis in the laboratory and in the field. For the laboratory evaluation, lake whitefish were fed rainbow smelt Osmerus mordax in four laboratory tanks during a 133-d experiment. Based on a comparison of bioenergetics model predictions of lake whitefish food consumption and growth with observed consumption and growth, we concluded that the bioenergetics model furnished significantly biased estimates of both food consumption and growth. On average, the model overestimated consumption by 61% and underestimated growth by 16%. The source of the bias was probably an overestimation of the respiration rate. We therefore adjusted the respiration component of the bioenergetics model to obtain a good fit of the model to the observed consumption and growth in our laboratory tanks. Based on the adjusted model, predictions of food consumption over the 133-d period fell within 5% of observed consumption in three of the four tanks and within 9% of observed consumption in the remaining tank. We used polychlorinated biphenyls (PCBs) as a tracer to evaluate model performance in the field. Based on our laboratory experiment, the efficiency with which lake whitefish retained PCBs from their food (I?) was estimated at 0.45. We applied the bioenergetics model to Lake Michigan lake whitefish and then used PCB determinations of both lake whitefish and their prey from Lake Michigan to estimate p in the field. Application of the original model to Lake Michigan lake whitefish yielded a field estimate of 0.28, implying that the original formulation of the model overestimated consumption in Lake Michigan by 61%. Application of the bioenergetics model with the adjusted respiration component resulted in a field I? estimate of 0.56, implying that this revised model underestimated consumption by 20%.

  18. Pulicat Lake: A Fragile Ecosystem Under Threat

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    Saraswathy R.

    2016-09-01

    Full Text Available The Pulicat Lake is the second largest brackish water lake after Chilika Lake in India. The average area of the water spread is 461 sq km. During the monsoon Pulicat Lake receives freshwater through three major rivers, namely, the Swarnamukhi, the Kalangi and the Arani. The Pulicat lagoon system, which is a storehouse of rich biological resources, is under great threat because of the anthropogenic influences. The Pulicat Lake ecosystem is degraded by siltation, bar mouth dynamics, shell mining and processing and population pressure due to the resettlement of villagers from Sriharikota Island. It has been determined that the extent of the lake, including its water spread area, is decreasing. Therefore, it is essential to assess the land use / land cover changes taking place in and around Pulicat Lake using remote sensing and GIS. Studies on its sediment characteristics are also vital. The grain size content reveals that most of the sediments contain clay and silt in enormous amounts. This lake has been the prime source of a livelihood through fishing for a large section of the population living in the surrounding villages. It is the most important refuge for water birds in south India. The fishing community who lives in and around Pulicat Lake follows the Padu system for fishing in the lake. In this study, apart from studies on configuration changes and sediment analysis, a study of the flora and fauna of the lake and the socio-economic conditions of the local community were also carried out. Finally, mitigation measures for the sustainable protection of the lake’s ecosystem were identified.

  19. Anaerobic Psychrophiles from Lake Zub and Lake Untersee, Antarctica

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    Townsend, Alisa; Pikuta, Elena V.; Guisler, Melissa; Stahl, Sarah; Hoover, Richard B.

    2009-01-01

    The study of samples from Antarctica 2008 and 2009 expeditions organized and successfully conducted by Richard Hoover led to the isolation of diverse anaerobic strains with psychrotolerant and psychrophilic physiology. Due to the fact that Lake Untersee has never been subject to microbiological study, this work with the samples has significant and pioneering impact to the knowledge about the biology of this unique ecosystem. Also, the astrobiological significance for the study of these ecosystems is based on new findings of ice covered water systems on other bodies of our solar system. Anaerobic psychrotolerant strain LZ-22 was isolated from a frozen sample of green moss with soils around the rhizosphere collected near Lake Zub in Antarctica. Morphology of strain LZ-22 was observed to be motile, rod shaped and spore-forming cells with sizes 1 x 5-10 micron. This new isolate is a mesophile with the maximum temperature of growth at 40C. Strain LZ-22 is able to live on media without NaCl and in media with up to 7% (w/v) NaCl. It is catalase negative and grows only on sugars with the best growth rate being on lactose. The strain is a neutrophile and grows between pH 5 and 9.0 with the optimum at 7.8. Another two strains UL7-96mG and LU-96m7P were isolated from deep water samples of Lake Untersee. Proteolytic strain LU-96m7P had a truly psychrophilic nature and refused to grow at room temperature. Sugarlytic strain UL7-96mG was found to be psychrotolerant, but its rate of growth at 3C was very high compared with other mesophiles. Two homoacetogenic psychrophilic strains A7AC-96m and AC-DS7 were isolated and purified from samples of Lake Untersee; both of them are able to grow chemolithotrophically on H2+CO2. In the presence of lactate, these strains are able to grow only at 0-18C, and growth at 22C was observed only with yeast extract stimulation. In this paper, physiological and morphological characteristics of novel psychrophilic and psychrotolerant isolates from

  20. Anaerobic psychrophiles from Lake Zub and Lake Untersee, Antarctica

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    Townsend, Alisa; Pikuta, Elena V.; Guisler, Melissa; Stahl, Sarah; Hoover, Richard B.

    2009-08-01

    The study of samples from Antarctica 2008 and 2009 expeditions organized and successfully conducted by Richard Hoover led to the isolation of diverse anaerobic strains with psychrotolerant and psychrophilic physiology. Due to the fact that Lake Untersee has never been subject to microbiological study, this work with the samples has significant and pioneering impact to the knowledge about the biology of this unique ecosystem. Also, the astrobiological significance for the study of these ecosystems is based on new findings of ice covered water systems on other bodies of our solar system. Anaerobic psychrotolerant strain LZ-22 was isolated from a frozen sample of green moss with soils around the rhizosphere collected near Lake Zub in Antarctica. Morphology of strain LZ-22 was observed to be motile, rod shaped and spore-forming cells with sizes 1 x 5-10 μm. This new isolate is a mesophile with the maximum temperature of growth at 40°C. Strain LZ-22 is able to live on media without NaCl and in media with up to 7 % (w/v) NaCl. It is catalase negative and grows only on sugars with the best growth rate being on lactose. The strain is a neutrophile and grows between pH 5 and 9.0 with the optimum at 7.8. Another two strains UL7-96mG and LU-96m7P were isolated from deep water samples of Lake Untersee. Proteolytic strain LU-96m7P had a truly psychrophilic nature and refused to grow at room temperature. Sugarlytic strain UL7-96mG was found to be psychrotolerant, but its rate of growth at 3°C was very high compared with other mesophiles. Two homoacetogenic psychrophilic strains A7AC-96m and AC-DS7 were isolated and purified from samples of Lake Untersee; both of them are able to grow chemolithotrophically on H2+CO2. In the presence of lactate, these strains are able to grow only at 0-18 °C, and growth at 22 °C was observed only with yeast extract stimulation. In this paper, physiological and morphological characteristics of novel psychrophilic and psychrotolerant isolates

  1. Hazards of volcanic lakes: analysis of Lakes Quilotoa and Cuicocha, Ecuador

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    G. Gunkel

    2008-01-01

    Full Text Available Volcanic lakes within calderas should be viewed as high-risk systems, and an intensive lake monitoring must be carried out to evaluate the hazard of potential limnic or phreatic-magmatic eruptions. In Ecuador, two caldera lakesLakes Quilotoa and Cuicocha, located in the high Andean region >3000 a.s.l. – have been the focus of these investigations. Both volcanoes are geologically young or historically active, and have formed large and deep calderas with lakes of 2 to 3 km in diameter, and 248 and 148 m in depth, respectively. In both lakes, visible gas emissions of CO2 occur, and an accumulation of CO2 in the deep water body must be taken into account.

    Investigations were carried out to evaluate the hazards of these volcanic lakes, and in Lake Cuicocha intensive monitoring was carried out for the evaluation of possible renewed volcanic activities. At Lake Quilotoa, a limnic eruption and diffuse CO2 degassing at the lake surface are to be expected, while at Lake Cuicocha, an increased risk of a phreatic-magmatic eruption exists.

  2. Lake morphometry and wind exposure may shape the plankton community structure in acidic mining lakes.

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    Weithoff, Guntram; Moser, Michael; Kamjunke, Norbert; Gaedke, Ursula; Weisse, Thomas

    2010-05-01

    Acidic mining lakes (pH web in such lakes. The plankton community structure of mining lakes of different morphometry and mixing type but similar chemical characteristics (Lake 130, Germany and Lake Langau, Austria) was investigated. The focus was laid on the species composition, the trophic relationship between the phago-mixotrophic flagellate Ochromonas sp. and bacteria and the formation of a deep chlorophyll maximum along a vertical pH-gradient. The shallow wind-exposed Lake 130 exhibited a higher species richness than Lake Langau. This increase in species richness was made up mainly by mero-planktic species, suggesting a strong benthic/littoral - pelagic coupling. Based on the field data from both lakes, a nonlinear, negative relation between bacteria and Ochromonas biomass was found, suggesting that at an Ochromonas biomass below 50 μg C L(-1), the grazing pressure on bacteria is low and with increasing Ochromonas biomass bacteria decline. Furthermore, in Lake Langau, a prominent deep chlorophyll maximum was found with chlorophyll concentrations ca. 50 times higher than in the epilimnion which was build up by the euglenophyte Lepocinclis sp. We conclude that lake morphometry, and specific abiotic characteristics such as mixing behaviour influence the community structure in these mining lakes.

  3. La mixité religieuse comme stratégie politique. La dynastie des Māmmadoč du Wallo (Éthiopie centrale, du milieu du XVIIIe siècle au début du XXe siècle

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    2010-04-01

    Full Text Available La région du Wallo, en Éthiopie centrale, fut dominée entre la fin du xviiie siècle et le début du xxe siècle par une dynastie de chefs musulmans, portant le titre d’imām et appelés Māmmadoč. Ils se distinguèrent par leurs faits d’armes dans les conflits entre les pouvoirs régionaux caractéristiques de la période désignée comme « Ére des princes » (fin xviiie-mi-xixe. Les rares sources historiques publiées relatives à cette période décrivent les imām Māmmadoč comme des musulmans fanatiques orientés vers la destruction des souverainetés chrétiennes voisines. Cependant, ces représentations peuvent être mises en perspective par des données inédites recueillies dans les années 1840 par le voyageur Arnauld d’Abbadie, auprès d’un informateur du Wallo qui semble avoir vécu dans l’entourage de ces imām. L’histoire de cette dynastie, telle qu’elle est relatée par les notes de d’Abbadie, révèle que ces imām ont entretenu des relations très ambivalentes entre les appartenances religieuses. À chaque génération, ou presque, on observe en effet que ces potentats musulmans qui étaient très fortement engagés dans la défense et dans la diffusion de leur foi, entretenaient des liens étroits avec la religion chrétienne, souvent concrétisés par des alliances matrimoniales. La plupart de ces imām étaient de mère chrétienne et vécurent parmi leurs collatéraux une enfance chrétienne, avant de retourner à l’islam et d’avoir à leur tour des épouses chrétiennes. Ce schéma d’alliances interreligieuses est unique par le fait de sa répétition sur plusieurs générations. De cette façon, les imām Māmmadoč semblent avoir été les précurseurs de pratiques de mixité matrimoniale et de conversion réversible qui sont plus tard devenus la norme au Wallo.The region of Wallo, in central Ethiopia, was dominated between the middle of the eighteenth century to the beginning of the

  4. Lake Erie phosphorus loading and Cladophora updates

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    The presentation will focus on updates or progress being made on each Phosphorus Loadings and Cladophora for Lake Erie. The format will give a brief summary of data, findings, and results that were used by the Great Lakes Water Quality Agreement (GLWQA) Annex 4 Nutrients Modeli...

  5. Viral ecology of a shallow eutrophic lake

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    2007-01-01

    This thesis aims to give an insight into the ecology of the viral community in a shallow eutrophic lake. To achieve this, the population dynamics, diversity and control of the viral community in Lake Loosdrecht were studied, as well as the impact of the viral community on plankton mortality and comm

  6. Cryptanalysis of the LAKE Hash Family

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    Biryukov, Alex; Gauravaram, Praveen; Guo, Jian

    2009-01-01

    We analyse the security of the cryptographic hash function LAKE-256 proposed at FSE 2008 by Aumasson, Meier and Phan. By exploiting non-injectivity of some of the building primitives of LAKE, we show three different collision and near-collision attacks on the compression function. The first attack...

  7. Lake Chapala change detection using time series

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    López-Caloca, Alejandra; Tapia-Silva, Felipe-Omar; Escalante-Ramírez, Boris

    2008-10-01

    The Lake Chapala is the largest natural lake in Mexico. It presents a hydrological imbalance problem caused by diminishing intakes from the Lerma River, pollution from said volumes, native vegetation and solid waste. This article presents a study that allows us to determine with high precision the extent of the affectation in both extension and volume reduction of the Lake Chapala in the period going from 1990 to 2007. Through satellite images this above-mentioned period was monitored. Image segmentation was achieved through a Markov Random Field model, extending the application towards edge detection. This allows adequately defining the lake's limits as well as determining new zones within the lake, both changes pertaining the Lake Chapala. Detected changes are related to a hydrological balance study based on measuring variables such as storage volumes, evapotranspiration and water balance. Results show that the changes in the Lake Chapala establish frail conditions which pose a future risk situation. Rehabilitation of the lake requires a hydrologic balance in its banks and aquifers.

  8. 33 CFR 117.979 - Sabine Lake.

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    2010-07-01

    ... 33 Navigation and Navigable Waters 1 2010-07-01 2010-07-01 false Sabine Lake. 117.979 Section 117.979 Navigation and Navigable Waters COAST GUARD, DEPARTMENT OF HOMELAND SECURITY BRIDGES DRAWBRIDGE OPERATION REGULATIONS Specific Requirements Texas § 117.979 Sabine Lake. The draw of the S82 bridge, mile...

  9. Preparation of aluminium lakes by electrocoagulation

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    2008-07-01

    Full Text Available Aluminium lakes have been prepared by electrocoagulation employing aluminium as electrodes. The electrocoagulation is conducted in an aqueous alcoholic solution and is completed within one hour. The dye content in the lake ranges approximately between 4-32%.

  10. The Lake Charles CCS Project

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    Doug Cathro

    2010-06-30

    The Lake Charles CCS Project is a large-scale industrial carbon capture and sequestration (CCS) project which will demonstrate advanced technologies that capture and sequester carbon dioxide (CO{sub 2}) emissions from industrial sources into underground formations. Specifically the Lake Charles CCS Project will accelerate commercialization of large-scale CO{sub 2} storage from industrial sources by leveraging synergy between a proposed petroleum coke to chemicals plant (the LCC Gasification Project) and the largest integrated anthropogenic CO{sub 2} capture, transport, and monitored sequestration program in the U.S. Gulf Coast Region. The Lake Charles CCS Project will promote the expansion of EOR in Texas and Louisiana and supply greater energy security by expanding domestic energy supplies. The capture, compression, pipeline, injection, and monitoring infrastructure will continue to sequester CO{sub 2} for many years after the completion of the term of the DOE agreement. The objectives of this project are expected to be fulfilled by working through two distinct phases. The overall objective of Phase 1 was to develop a fully definitive project basis for a competitive Renewal Application process to proceed into Phase 2 - Design, Construction and Operations. Phase 1 includes the studies attached hereto that will establish: the engineering design basis for the capture, compression and transportation of CO{sub 2} from the LCC Gasification Project, and the criteria and specifications for a monitoring, verification and accounting (MVA) plan at the Hastings oil field in Texas. The overall objective of Phase 2, provided a successful competitive down-selection, is to execute design, construction and operations of three capital projects: (1) the CO{sub 2} capture and compression equipment, (2) a Connector Pipeline from the LLC Gasification Project to the Green Pipeline owned by Denbury and an affiliate of Denbury, and (3) a comprehensive MVA system at the Hastings oil field.

  11. Search for ancient microorganisms in Lake Baikal

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    Hunter-Cevera, Jennie C.; Repin, Vladimir E.; Torok, Tamas

    2000-06-14

    Lake Baikal in Russia, the world's oldest and deepest continental lake lies in south central Siberia, near the border to Mongolia. The lake is 1,643 m deep and has an area of about 46,000 km2. It holds one-fifth of all the terrestrial fresh water on Earth. Lake Baikal occupies the deepest portion of the Baikal Rift Zone. It was formed some 30-45 million years ago. The isolated Lake Baikal ecosystem represents a unique niche in nature based on its historical formation. The microbial diversity present in this environment has not yet been fully harvested or examined for products and processes of commercial interest and value. Thus, the collection of water, soil, and sub-bottom sediment samples was decided to characterize the microbial diversity of the isolated strains and to screen the isolates for their biotechnological value.

  12. [Ecological engineering for eutrophication control in lake].

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    Sun, G; Sheng, L

    2001-08-01

    An ecological engineering was conducted for eutrophication control in the Nanhu Lake of Changchun. In 1996, the removal of phosphorus by harvesting aquatic macrophytes and fishes was 149.6 kg and 189.9 kg, respectively, and the phosphorus fixed in molluscs was 153.4 kg. The total output was 492.9 kg, which amounted approximately to the annual phosphorus input to the lake. After ecological engineering, the water quality turned better, the TP concentration in lake water decreased, the phytoplankton density reduced, and the number of phytoplankton species increased. The roles of molluscs and fish in controlling lake eutrophication should be further studied. Ecological engineering is an ideal method to control the eutrophication of urban lakes.

  13. Middle Holocene Unconformity in Seneca Lake, NY

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    Curtin, T. M.; Crocker, M.; Loddengaard, K.

    2008-12-01

    The post-glacial history of the Finger Lakes, NY have involved several changes in lake levels throughout the latest Pleistocene and Holocene, resulting from the changing position of the retreating Laurentide ice sheet, river outlet position, glacial rebound, and water balance. Previous studies of high-resolution seismic reflection profiles from three Finger Lakes define a middle Holocene erosional surface at water depths as great as 26 m in the northern end of each of lake. There are two proposed hypotheses to explain the origin of the observed erosional surfaces: 1) subaerial erosion during a lake lowstand and 2) erosion resulting from increased internal seiche activity. To evaluate these hypotheses, we examined a series of 2 to 5 m long piston cores collected along a north-south transect from one of the Finger Lakes, Seneca Lake. Cores were correlated using distinctive changes in the profiles of grain size, loss-on-ignition, and magnetic susceptibility. We recognize a significant erosional unconformity of early to middle Holocene sediment at modern depths 60 m, the unconformity continues as a conformable zone. We attribute the unconformity to wave abrasion and nearshore current winnowing of the shoreface during a lowstand. With an assumption of an effective 20 m wave base, the depth to the low level lake surface responsible for the unconformity is estimated to be 40 m. The age of the unconformity is ~6 ka, based on radiocarbon ages of lithologic boundaries in the sediment cores. Because the unconformity grades into a conformable zone in deepwater cores that display no change in lithology, we hypothesize that the large-scale lake level drop is likely not the result of climate change, but rather a change in accommodation space in the northern portion of the lake basin due to glacial rebound.

  14. Using Satellite Imagery to Monitor the Major Lakes; Case Study Lake Hamun

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    Norouzi, H.; Islam, R.; Bah, A.; AghaKouchak, A.

    2015-12-01

    Proper lakes function can ease the impact of floods and drought especially in arid and semi-arid regions. They are important environmentally and can directly affect human lives. Better understanding of the effect of climate change and human-driven changes on lakes would provide invaluable information for policy-makers and local people. As part of a comprehensive study, we aim to monitor the land-cover/ land-use changes in the world's major lakes using satellite observations. As a case study, Hamun Lake which is a pluvial Lake, also known as shallow Lake, located on the south-east of Iran and adjacent to Afghanistan, and Pakistan borders is investigated. The Lake is the main source of resources (agriculture, fishing and hunting) for the people around it and politically important in the region since it is shared among three different countries. The purpose of the research is to find the Lake's area from 1972 to 2015 and to see if any drought or water resources management has affected the lake. Analyzing satellites imagery from Landsat shows that the area of the Lake changes seasonally and intra-annually. Significant seasonal effects are found in 1975,1977, 1987, 1993, 1996, 1998, 2000, 2009 and 2011, as well as, substantial amount of shallow water is found throughout the years. The precipitation records as well as drought historical records are studied for the lake's basin. Meteorological studies suggest that the drought, decrease of rainfalls in the province and the improper management of the Lake have caused environmental, economic and geographical consequences. The results reveal that lake has experienced at least two prolong dryings since 1972 which drought cannot solely be blamed as main forcing factor.Proper lakes function can ease the impact of floods and drought especially in arid and semi-arid regions. They are important environmentally and can directly affect human lives. Better understanding of the effect of climate change and human-driven changes on lakes

  15. A coupled lake-atmosphere model (CLAM) and its application to Lake Kinneret

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    Pan, Hai

    1999-08-01

    Kinneret is a 166-km2 lake located in Northern Israel, in the central part of the Jordan Valley, a corridor running from north to south, between the Galilee hills in the west and the Golan Heights in the east. Both the Galilee hills and the Golan Heights reach an elevation of about 400 m above mean sea level (MSL), and the lake is about -210 m (MSL). North of the lake is the mountainous area of the Hermon, culminating at about 2800 m (MSL). About 120 km south of it is the Dead Sea, which is about -410 m (MSL), and about 45 km west of it is the Mediterranean Sea. The complexity of the terrain, combined with relatively arid soil and various ground covers surrounding the lake, results in a very complicated system of atmospheric and lake processes. To understand this system, especially the processes affecting the atmosphere and lake dynamics and thermodynamics, and their effects on Lake Kinneret evaporation, a coupled lake-atmosphere model (CLAM) was developed and applied to the lake region. The CLAM is based on the Regional Atmospheric Modeling System (RAMS) and the oceanic S-coordinate Rutgers University Model (SCRUM). Energy, mass, and momentum are conserved at the interface between the atmosphere and the lake, and appropriate balance equations are applied there. In the atmospheric module, two nested grids are employed to simulate Northern Israel at a resolution of 4 x 4 km2, and the near-lake region at a resolution of 1 x 1 km 2. Synoptic conditions obtained from the National Meteorological Center (NMC) reanalysis are assimilated by the model. Soil moisture, which appears to have a significant impact on atmospheric circulation in this region, was transformed from the normalized difference vegetation index (NDVI). Observations collected during two summers above and inside the lake emphasize the good capability of CLAM to simulate surface fluxes and other microclimatic conditions, as well as lake temperature and currents. Although the lake is small (about 12-km wide

  16. Water quality of selected lakes in Mount Rainier National Park, Washington with respect to lake acidification

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    Turney, G.L.; Dion, N.P.; Sumioka, S.S.

    1986-01-01

    Thirteen lakes in Mount Rainier National Park were evaluated for general chemical characteristics, sensitivity to acidification by acidic precipitation, and degree of existing acidification. The lakes studies were Allen, one of the Chenuis group, Crescent , Crystal, Eleanor, Fan, one of the Golden group, Marsh, Mowich, Mystic, Shriner, and two unnamed lakes. The lakes were sampled in August 1983. Specific conductance values were generally 21 microsiemens/cm at 25 C or less, and dissolved solids concentrations were generally 20 mg/L or less. The major cations were calcium and sodium, and the major anion was bicarbonate. Alkalinity concentrations ranged from 2.1 to 9.0 mg/L in 12 of the lakes. Allen Lake was the exception, having an alkalinity concentration of 27 mg/L. The pH values for all of the lakes ranged from 5.8 to 6.5. In most of the lakes, vertical profiles of temperature, dissolved oxygen, pH, and specific conductance were relatively uniform. In the deeper lakes, temperature decreased with depth and dissolved-oxygen concentrations increased to about 20 feet, remained constant to 80 ft, then decreased with increasing depth. Exceptions to general water quality patterns were observed in three lakes. Allen Lake had a specific conductance value of 58 Microsiemens/cm. The lake of the Golden group was anaerobic at the bottom and had relatively high concentrations of dissolved organic carbon and dissolved metals, and a lower light transmission than the other lakes studied. One of the unnamed lakes had relatively high concentrations of phytoplankton and dissolved organic carbon and relatively low levels of light transmission. Comparisons of lake data to acid-sensitivity thresholds for specific conductance and alkalinity indicated that all of the lakes except Allen would be sensitive to acidic precipitation. The small sizes of the lakes, and their locations in basins of high precipitation and weathering-resistant rock types, enhance their sensitivity. None of the

  17. Diet and prey selection by Lake Superior lake trout during springs 1986-2001

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    Ray, B.A.; Hrabik, T.R.; Ebener, M.P.; Gorman, O.T.; Schreiner, D.R.; Schram, S.T.; Sitar, S.P.; Mattes, W.P.; Bronte, C.R.

    2007-01-01

    We describe the diet and prey selectivity of lean (Salvelinus namaycush namaycush) and siscowet lake trout (S. n. siscowet) collected during spring (April–June) from Lake Superior during 1986–2001. We estimated prey selectivity by comparing prey numerical abundance estimates from spring bottom trawl surveys and lake trout diet information in similar areas from spring gill net surveys conducted annually in Lake Superior. Rainbow smelt (Osmerus mordax) was the most common prey and was positively selected by both lean and siscowet lake trout throughout the study. Selection by lean lake trout for coregonine (Coregonus spp.) prey increased after 1991 and corresponded with a slight decrease in selection for rainbow smelt. Siscowet positively selected for rainbow smelt after 1998, a change that was coincident with the decrease in selection for this prey item by lean lake trout. However, diet overlap between lean and siscowet lake trout was not strong and did not change significantly over the study period. Rainbow smelt remains an important prey species for lake trout in Lake Superior despite declines in abundance.

  18. Water-quality and lake-stage data for Wisconsin lakes, water year 2005

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    Rose, W.J.; Garn, H.S.; Goddard, G.L.; Marsh, S.B.; Olson, D.L.; Robertson, D.M.

    2006-01-01

    The U.S. Geological Survey (USGS), in cooperation with local and other agencies, collects data at selected lakes throughout Wisconsin. These data, accumulated over many years, provide a data base for developing an improved understanding of the water quality of lakes. The purpose of this report is to provide information about the chemical and physical charac-teristics of Wisconsin lakes. Data that have been collected at specific lakes, and information to aid in the interpretation of those data, are included in this report. Data collected include measure-ments of in-lake water quality and lake stage. Time series graphs of Secchi depths, surface total phosphorus and chlorophyll a concentrations collected during non-frozen periods are included for all lakes. Graphs of vertical profiles of temperature, dissolved oxygen, pH, and specific conductance are included for sites where these parameters were measured. Descriptive infor-mation for each lake includes: location of the lake, area of the lake's watershed, period for which data are available, revisions to previously published records, and pertinent remarks.

  19. Water-Quality and Lake-Stage Data for Wisconsin Lakes, Water Year 2007

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    Wisconsin Water Science Center Lake-Studies Team: Rose, W. J.; Garn, H.S.; Goddard, G.L.; Marsh, S.B.; Olson, D.L.; Robertson, D.M.

    2008-01-01

    The U.S. Geological Survey (USGS), in cooperation with local and other agencies, collects data at selected lakes throughout Wisconsin. These data, accumulated over many years, provide a data base for developing an improved understanding of the water quality of lakes. To make these data available to interested parties outside the USGS, the data are published annually in this report series. The locations of water-quality and lake-stage stations in Wisconsin for water year 2007 are shown in figure 1. A water year is the 12-month period from October 1 through September 30. It is designated by the calendar year in which it ends. Thus, the period October 1, 2005 through September 30, 2007 is called 'water year 2007.' The purpose of this report is to provide information about the chemical and physical characteristics of Wisconsin lakes. Data that have been collected at specific lakes, and information to aid in the interpretation of those data, are included in this report. Data collected include measurements of in-lake water quality and lake stage. Time series of Secchi depths, surface total phosphorus and chlorophyll a concentrations collected during non-frozen periods are included for all lakes. Graphs of vertical profiles of temperature, dissolved oxygen, pH, and specific conductance are included for sites where these parameters were measured. Descriptive information for each lake includes: location of the lake, area of the lake?s watershed, period for which data are available, revisions to previously published records, and pertinent remarks. Additional data, such as streamflow and water quality in tributary and outlet streams of some of the lakes, are published in another volume: 'Water Resources Data-Wisconsin, 2007.'

  20. Outflows of groundwater in lakes: case study of Lake Raduńske Górne

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    Cieśliński Roman

    2014-12-01

    Full Text Available The aim of the study was to locate and describe groundwater outflows in a selected lake basin. The study hypothesis was based on the fact that, according to the specialist literature, one of the forms of lake water supply is through groundwater outflows. It was also assumed that the lakes of the Kashubian Lake District are characterised by such a form of lake water supply. The time scope of the work included the period from January 2011 to September 2012. The spatial scope of the work included the area of Lake Raduńskie Górne, located in the Kashubian Lake District in north Poland. The research plot was in the north-eastern part of the lake. Office works were aimed at gathering and studying source materials and maps. Cartographic materials were analysed with the use of the MapInfo Professional 9.5. The purpose of the field work was to find the groundwater outflows in the basin of Lake Raduńskie Górne. During the field research diving was carried out in the lake. During the dive audiovisual documentation was conducted using a Nikon D90 camera with Ikelite underwater housing for Nikon D90 and an Ikelite DS 161 movie substrobe, as well as a GoPro HD HERO 2 Outdoor camera. During the project, four groundwater outflows were found. In order to examine these springs audiovisual and photographic documentation was made. To systematise the typology of the discovered springs, new nomenclature was suggested, namely under-lake springs with subtypes: an under-lake slope spring and under-lake offshore spring

  1. Toxaphene in Great Lakes biota and air

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    Glassmeyer, Susan Theresa

    1998-11-01

    Toxaphene is a complex mixture of at least 600 hexa- through decachlorinated bornanes and bornenes, which was used as an insecticide in the United States from the 1950's until 1982, when it was banned. Toxaphene is ubiquitous in the environment, probably because of its atmospheric transport away from areas of use. Toxaphene's complex nature makes accurate quantitation difficult. I have developed a computer program to automate quantitation, thus decreasing the time required for analysis while maintaining precise quantitation. I have shown that toxaphene in lake trout (Salvelinus namaycush) and rainbow smelt (Osmerus mordax) taken from Lake Superior have not decreased as they have in the four other Great Lakes from the time of the ban though 1992. This result could be due to three possibilities: ( a) There had been a food chain perturbation that made the 1982 concentrations unusually low. (b) The physical properties of Lake Superior make the loss rate significantly lower than the other Great Lakes. (c) There are current sources of toxaphene entering the Lake Superior basin. I analyzed an extended time series of lake trout from Lake Superior and from northern Lake Michigan to test the first two hypotheses. The concentrations of toxaphene have been constant in trout from Lake Superior since the late 1970's, so hypothesis a can be negated. The northern Lake Michigan samples did not decline as greatly as the southern basin samples, so hypothesis b can not be disproved. To determine the atmospheric deposition of toxaphene to Lake Superior, I analyzed air samples collected every twelve days for sixteen months at Eagle Harbor, Michigan. The concentrations of toxaphene in these samples are similar to those found in recent studies of air collected at Traverse City, MI., but significantly lower than samples taken at a land based site in southern Ontario in 1988 and 1989. This difference in concentration may (or may not) be due to differences in sampling times or locations or

  2. Thermal Stratification in Lake Zige Tangco, Central Tibetan Plateau

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    LI Wan-chun; YANG Xiang-dong; YIN Yu; JI Jiang; LI Shi-jie; PU Pei-min

    2005-01-01

    Lake Zige Tangco is an endorheic saline lake in central Tibetan Plateau. Investigations of 1998 and 1999 revealed that is was a typical stratified lake. The characteristics of thermal stratification of the lake have been extensively discussed from 4 aspects, i.e. thermocline, hydrochemistry and dissolved oxygen, stable isotope oxygen, and stability. The thermocline coupled with chemocline was further analyzed.

  3. Economic Impacts From Spending by Private Dock Owners at Hartwell Lake

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    2008-03-01

    cost is variable. The lakes and market segments studied were: • Table Rock Lake, community dock • Rough River Lake, community dock • Pomme de... Terre Lake, community dock • Harry S. Truman Dam and Reservoir, marina • Raystown Lake, marina • Hartwell Lake, private dock • Lake Barkley, private

  4. Adequação de nutrientes do meio MT para o cultivo de embriões imaturos de tangerineira 'Cleópatra' Adjustment of nutrients of the MT medium for the cultivation of 'Cleópatra' tangerine immature embryos

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    Lucymeire Souza Morais-Lino

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    Full Text Available Este trabalho teve como objetivo ajustar a concentração de macronutrientes, micronutrientes e vitaminas do meio de cultura Murashige & Tucker (MT, de modo a permitir a germinação de embriões imaturos, menores que 3 mm, de tangerineira 'Cleópatra'. As sementes foram obtidas a partir de frutos com 4 a 5 meses após a antese, cujos embriões não germinam nos meios de cultura atualmente indicados para citros. Inicialmente, os embriões foram cultivados em meio de cultura básico contendo sacarose e ágar, seguindo uma seqüência de etapas, procedendo-se a ajustes da concentração normal dos macronutrientes (1/1, ½ e ¼, micronutrientes (1/1, ½, ¼ e 1/1, 3/2, 2/1 e vitaminas (2/1, 1/1 e ½ do meio MT. O delineamento experimental foi inteiramente casualizado, em um esquema fatorial 3 (concentrações do MT x 4 (comprimentos de embriões, com 10 repetições. As variáveis, porcentagem de germinação de embriões, porcentagem de plântulas normais e comprimentos dessas plântulas foram avaliadas 30 dias após a inoculação dos embriões em meio de cultura. Os melhores resultados foram obtidos utilizando-se de metade da concentração normal de macronutrientes, não havendo necessidade de alterar as concentrações de micronutrientes e vitaminas.The objective of the present work was to adjust the macronutrient, micronutrient and vitamin concentrations of the Murashige & Tucker (MT culture medium in order to promote the germination of ´Cleopatra´ Tangerine immature embryos, smaller than 3 mm. Seeds from fruits, 4 to 5 months after anthesis, in which the embryos do not germinate in recently indicated culture media for citrus, were used. Initially, the embryos were cultivated in basic culture medium containing sucrose and agar, followed by a sequence of steps, carrying out the adjustments of the normal concentration of macronutrients (1/1, ½ and ¼, micronutrients (1/1, ½, ¼ and 1/1, 3/2, 2/1 and vitamins (2/1, 1/1 e ½ of the MT medium

  5. Geophysical investigation of sentinel lakes in Lake, Seminole, Orange, and Volusia Counties, Florida

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    Reich, Christopher; Flocks, James; Davis, Jeffrey

    2012-01-01

    This study was initiated in cooperation with the St. Johns River Water Management District (SJRWMD) to investigate groundwater and surface-water interaction in designated sentinel lakes in central Florida. Sentinel lakes are a SJRWMD established set of priority water bodies (lakes) for which minimum flows and levels (MFLs) are determined. Understanding both the structure and lithology beneath these lakes can ultimately lead to a better understanding of the MFLs and why water levels fluctuate in certain lakes more so than in other lakes. These sentinel lakes have become important water bodies to use as water-fluctuation indicators in the SJRWMD Minimum Flows and Levels program and will be used to define long-term hydrologic and ecologic performance measures. Geologic control on lake hydrology remains poorly understood in this study area. Therefore, the U.S. Geological Survey investigated 16 of the 21 water bodies on the SJRWMD priority list. Geologic information was obtained by the tandem use of high-resolution seismic profiling (HRSP) and direct-current (DC) resistivity profiling to isolate both the geologic framework (structure) and composition (lithology). Previous HRSP surveys from various lakes in the study area have been successful in identifying karst features, such as subsidence sinkholes. However, by using this method only, it is difficult to image highly irregular or chaotic surfaces, such as collapse sinkholes. Resistivity profiling was used to complement HRSP by detecting porosity change within fractured or collapsed structures and increase the ability to fully characterize the subsurface. Lake Saunders (Lake County) is an example of a lake composed of a series of north-south-trending sinkholes that have joined to form one lake body. HRSP shows surface depressions and deformation in the substrate. Resistivity data likewise show areas in the southern part of the lake where resistivity shifts abruptly from approximately 400 ohm meters (ohm-m) along the

  6. Using a Hydrodynamic Lake Model to Predict the Impact of Avalanche Events at Lake Palcacocha, Peru

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    Chisolm, R. E.; Somos-Valenzuela, M. A.; McKinney, D. C.; Hodges, B. R.

    2013-12-01

    Accelerated retreat of Andean glaciers in recent decades due to a warming climate has caused the emergence and growth of glacial lakes. As these lakes continue to grow, they pose an increasing risk of glacial lake outburst floods (GLOFs). GLOFs can be triggered by moraine failures or by avalanches, rockslides, or ice calving into glacial lakes. Many of the processes influencing GLOF risk are still poorly understood. For many decades Lake Palcacocha in the Cordillera Blanca, Peru has posed a threat to citizens living in the watershed below, including the city of Huaraz which was devastated by a GLOF in 1941. A safety system for Lake Palcacocha was put in place in the 1970's to control the lake level with a tunnel and reinforced dyke, but the lake has since grown to the point where the lake is once again dangerous. Overhanging ice from the Palcaraju glacier and a relatively low freeboard level make the lake vulnerable to avalanches and landslides. A siphon system has been put in place to lower the lake below the level of the tunnel, but this system is temporary and the potential reduction in the water level is limited. Lake Palcacocha is used as a case study to investigate the impact of an avalanche event on the lake dynamics and the ensuing flood hydrograph. Empirical equations are used to determine the initial wave characteristics of an impulse wave created by three different avalanche scenarios that represent small, medium and large events. The characteristics of the initial impulse wave are used as inputs to a three-dimensional hydrodynamic model to predict the wave propagation across the lake and the moraine overtopping volume. The results from this model will be used as inputs to a downstream GLOF model to predict the impact from an outburst flood event. Additionally several scenarios are considered to evaluate the downstream impact from avalanche events with a reduction in the lake level. Use of a robust three-dimensional hydrodynamic lake model enables more

  7. Water balance for Crater Lake, Oregon

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    Nathenson, Manuel

    1992-01-01

    A water balance for Crater Lake, Oregon, is calculated using measured lake levels and precipitation data measured at Park Headquarters and at a gage on the North Rim. Total water supply to the lake from precipitation and inflow from the crater walls is found to be 224 cm/y over the area of the lake. The ratio between water supply to the lake and precipitation at Park Headquarters is calculated as 1.325. Using leakage determined by Phillips (1968) and Redmond (1990), evaporation from the lake is approximately 85 cm/y. Calculations show that water balances with precipitation data only from Park Headquarters are unable to accurately define the water-level variation, whereas the addition of yearly precipitation data from the North Rim reduces the average absolute deviation between calculated and modeled water levels by one half. Daily precipitation and water-level data are modeled assuming that precipitation is stored on the rim as snow during fall and winter and released uniformly during the spring and early summer. Daily data do not accurately define the water balance, but they suggest that direct precipitation on the lake is about 10 % higher than that measured at Park Headquarters and that about 17 % of the water supply is from inflow from the rim.

  8. RADARSAT-2 Polarimetry for Lake Ice Mapping

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    Pan, Feng; Kang, Kyung-Kuk; Duguay, Claude

    2016-04-01

    Changes in the ice regime of lakes can be employed to assess long-term climate trends and variability in high latitude regions. Lake ice cover observations are not only useful for climate monitoring, but also for improving ice and weather forecasts using numerical prediction models. In recent years, satellite remote sensing has assumed a greater role in observing lake ice cover for both purposes. Radar remote sensing has become an essential tool for mapping lake ice at high latitudes where cloud cover and polar darkness severely limits ice observations from optical systems. In Canada, there is an emerging interest by government agencies to evaluate the potential of fully polarimetric synthetic aperture radar (SAR) data from RADARSAT-2 (C-band) for lake ice monitoring. In this study, we processed and analyzed the polarization states and scattering mechanisms of fully polarimetric RADARSAT-2 data obtained over Great Bear Lake, Canada, to identify open water and different ice types during the freeze-up and break-up periods. Polarimetric decompositions were employed to separate polarimetric measurements into basic scattering mechanisms. Entropy, anisotropy, and alpha angle were derived to characterize the scattering heterogeneity and mechanisms. Ice classes were then determined based on entropy and alpha angle using the unsupervised Wishart classifier and results evaluated against Landsat 8 imagery. Preliminary results suggest that the RADARSAT-2 polarimetric data offer a strong capability for identifying open water and different lake ice types.

  9. Water chemistry of Lake Albano (Italy)

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    Cioni, Roberto; Guidi, Massimo; Raco, Brunella; Marini, Luigi; Gambardella, Barbara

    2003-02-01

    Lake Albano was stratified at the time of our survey, in December 1997, in agreement with previous observations [Martini et al., Geochem. J. 28 (1994) 173-184; Cioni et al., Report for the Civil Protection Department (1995); Pedreschi, Accad. Lucch. Sci. Lett. Arti (1995) 39]. In the absence of phenomena induced by seismic activity, either local or regional, lake stratification may be perturbed by cooling of shallow waters below ˜8.5°C. Circulation is expected to homogenize lake waters and eventually to trigger gas exsolution when total gas pressure exceeds hydrostatic pressure. In December 1997, total gas pressure in lake water was very close to atmospheric pressure (0.9-1.3 bar) at all depths, possibly due to the occurrence of a recent episode of circulation and presumed gas exsolution. The state of saturation of Lake Albano waters and the similarity of the relative concentrations of Na, K, Mg, and Ca in lake waters, local groundwaters, and local volcanic rocks indicate that Na, K, Mg, and Ca concentrations in Lake Albano waters are mainly governed by incongruent dissolution of local volcanic rocks, coupled with minor calcite precipitation at shallow depths.

  10. La sodomie dans l’affaire Théophile de Viau : questions de genre et de sexualité dans la France du premier xviie siècle

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    Matthieu Dupas

    2010-04-01

    Full Text Available L’affaire Théophile est source de malentendus. Alors que l’historiographie du libertinage, en se concentrant sur le libertinage érudit a fini par oublier que la sodomie était un enjeu majeur du procès, les historiens de la répression homosexuelle abordent les relations sexuelles entre hommes dans une perspective essentialiste, gommant toute distinction entre sodomie au xviie siècle et homosexualité à l’époque contemporaine. Il s’agit donc la première partie de cet article de souligner que la sodomie est au cœur de l’affaire à la fois comme objet de représentation littéraire et comme pratique illicite. La seconde partie consiste dans une historicisation des discours ayant trait aux relations sexuelles entre hommes, qui montre qu’on ne saurait confondre « homosexualité masculine » et « sodomie ». Celle-ci désigne en effet des rapports anaux aussi bien entre hommes et femmes qu’entre hommes seuls ; lorsque la notion est mobilisée pour renvoyer à des relations anales entre hommes, elle ne constitue pas pour autant une orientation sexuelle ; en tant que concept issu de la théologie, elle ne relève pas de la sexualité ; aucune déviation de genre ne lui est associée. Dans une troisième partie, il s’agit de montrer que la notion de sodomie ne doit pas nous conduire à ignorer les autres discours pouvant porter sur les relations sexuelles entre hommes dans la France du premier xviie siècle et qu’à ce titre, on ne saurait se suffire de cette catégorie pour aborder la question. Bref, cet article a pour but de poser les premiers jalons d’une histoire de l’homosexualité masculine dans la France du xviie siècle d’un point de vue historiciste, sinon constructionniste.Sodomy in the Theophile de Viau affair: questions of gender and sexuality in early modern France.There is a puzzling misunderstanding about the Theophile affair. While the historiography of libertinism, focusing on erudite

  11. Increasing thiamine concentrations in lake trout eggs from Lakes Huron and Michigan coincide with low alewife abundance

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    Riley, Stephen C.; Rinchard, Jacques; Honeyfield, Dale C.; Evans, Allison N.; Begnoche, Linda

    2011-01-01

    Lake trout Salvelinus namaycush in the Laurentian Great Lakes suffer from thiamine deficiency as a result of adult lake trout consuming prey containing thiaminase, a thiamine-degrading enzyme. Sufficiently low egg thiamine concentrations result in direct mortality of or sublethal effects on newly hatched lake trout fry. To determine the prevalence and severity of low thiamine in lake trout eggs, we monitored thiamine concentrations in lake trout eggs from 15 sites in Lakes Huron and Michigan from 2001 to 2009. Lake trout egg thiamine concentrations at most sites in both lakes were initially low and increased over time at 11 of 15 sites, and the proportion of females with egg thiamine concentrations lower than the recommended management objective of 4 nmol/g decreased over time at eight sites. Egg thiamine concentrations at five of six sites in Lakes Huron and Michigan were significantly inversely related to site-specific estimates of mean abundance of alewives Alosa pseudoharengus, and successful natural reproduction of lake trout has been observed in Lake Huron since the alewife population crashed. These results support the hypothesis that low egg thiamine in Great Lakes lake trout is associated with increased alewife abundance and that low alewife abundance may currently be a prerequisite for successful reproduction by lake trout in the Great Lakes.

  12. Modeling toxaphene behavior in the Great Lakes.

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    Xia, Xiaoyan; Hopke, Philip K; Holsen, Thomas M; Crimmins, Bernard S

    2011-01-15

    Chlorinated camphenes, toxaphene, are persistent organic pollutants of concern in the Great Lakes since elevated concentrations are found in various media throughout the system. While concentrations have decreased since their peak values in the 1970s and 80s, recent measurements have shown that the rate of this decline in Lake Superior has decreased significantly. This modeling study focused on toxaphene cycling in the Great Lakes and was performed primarily to determine if elevated water and fish concentrations in Lake Superior can be explained by physical differences among the lakes. Specifically, the coastal zone model for persistent organic pollutants (CoZMo-POP), a fugacity-based multimedia fate model, was used to calculate toxaphene concentrations in the atmosphere, water, soil, sediment, and biota. The performance of the model was evaluated by comparing calculated and reported concentrations in these compartments. In general, simulated and observed concentrations agree within one order of magnitude. Both model results and observed values indicate that toxaphene concentrations have declined in water and biota since the 1980s primarily as the result of decreased atmospheric deposition rates. Overall the model results suggest that the CoZMo-POP2 model does a reasonable job in simulating toxaphene variations in the Great Lakes basin. The results suggest that the recent findings of higher toxaphene concentrations in Lake Superior can be explained by differences in the physical properties of the lake (primarily large volume, large residence time and cold temperatures) compared to the lower lakes and increased recent inputs are not needed to explain the measured values.

  13. Forecasting cyanobacteria dominance in Canadian temperate lakes.

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    Persaud, Anurani D; Paterson, Andrew M; Dillon, Peter J; Winter, Jennifer G; Palmer, Michelle; Somers, Keith M

    2015-03-15

    Predictive models based on broad scale, spatial surveys typically identify nutrients and climate as the most important predictors of cyanobacteria abundance; however these models generally have low predictive power because at smaller geographic scales numerous other factors may be equally or more important. At the lake level, for example, the ability to forecast cyanobacteria dominance is of tremendous value to lake managers as they can use such models to communicate exposure risks associated with recreational and drinking water use, and possible exposure to algal toxins, in advance of bloom occurrence. We used detailed algal, limnological and meteorological data from two temperate lakes in south-central Ontario, Canada to determine the factors that are closely linked to cyanobacteria dominance, and to develop easy to use models to forecast cyanobacteria biovolume. For Brandy Lake (BL), the strongest and most parsimonious model for forecasting % cyanobacteria biovolume (% CB) included water column stability, hypolimnetic TP, and % cyanobacteria biovolume two weeks prior. For Three Mile Lake (TML), the best model for forecasting % CB included water column stability, hypolimnetic TP concentration, and 7-d mean wind speed. The models for forecasting % CB in BL and TML are fundamentally different in their lag periods (BL = lag 1 model and TML = lag 2 model) and in some predictor variables despite the close proximity of the study lakes. We speculate that three main factors (nutrient concentrations, water transparency and lake morphometry) may have contributed to differences in the models developed, and may account for variation observed in models derived from large spatial surveys. Our results illustrate that while forecast models can be developed to determine when cyanobacteria will dominate within two temperate lakes, the models require detailed, lake-specific calibration to be effective as risk-management tools.

  14. Suppression of invasive lake trout in an isolated backcountry lake in Glacier National Park

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    Fredenberg, C. R.; Muhlfeld, Clint C.; Guy, Christopher S.; D'Angelo, Vincent S.; Downs, Christopher C.; Syslo, John M.

    2017-01-01

    Fisheries managers have implemented suppression programmes to control non-native lake trout, Salvelinus namaycush (Walbaum), in several lakes throughout the western United States. This study determined the feasibility of experimentally suppressing lake trout using gillnets in an isolated backcountry lake in Glacier National Park, Montana, USA, for the conservation of threatened bull trout, Salvelinus confluentus (Suckley). The demographics of the lake trout population during suppression (2009–2013) were described, and those data were used to assess the effects of suppression scenarios on population growth rate (λ) using an age-structured population model. Model simulations indicated that the population was growing exponentially (λ = 1.23, 95% CI: 1.16–1.28) prior to suppression. However, suppression resulted in declining λ(0.61–0.79) for lake trout, which was concomitant with stable bull trout adult abundances. Continued suppression at or above observed exploitation levels is needed to ensure continued population declines.

  15. Mercury accumulation in yellow perch in Wisconsin seepage lakes: Relation to lake characteristics

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    Cope, W.G.; Wiener, J.G.; Rada, R.G.

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    We studied relations between lacustrine characteristics and the total mercury (Hg) content of calendar age- 2 yellow perch (Perca flavescens ) in 10 seepage lakes in north-central Wisconsin. Mean concentrations and burdens (masses) of Hg in whole perch varied widely among lakes, were negatively correlated with lake pH and were positively correlated with total Hg concentration in surficial profundal sediment. Approximately 80 to 90% of the variation in Hg concentration and burden in whole perch was explained with multiple regressions containing two independent variables: either lake pH or alkalinity, and Hg concentration in surficial sediment. The mean concentration of Hg in axial muscle tissue of age-5 walleyes (Stizostedion vitreum vitreum ) from five of the study lakes was highly correlated with the mean concentration in whole age-2 perch in the same lakes.

  16. Geographical ancestry of Lake Malawi's cichlid fish diversity

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    The Lake Malawi haplochromine cichlid flock is one of the largest vertebrate adaptive radiations. The geographical source of the radiation has been assumed to be rivers to the south and east of Lake Malawi, where extant representatives of the flock are now present. Here, we provide mitochondrial DNA evidence suggesting the sister taxon to the Lake Malawi radiation is within the Great Ruaha river in Tanzania, north of Lake Malawi. Estimates of the time of divergence between the Lake Malawi flo...

  17. L'Écheveau des parentèles au village. Dynamiques démographiques, mobilisations réticulaires et parcours individuels dans une communauté de Vénétie au XIXe siècle

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    Full Text Available Composition du juryMonsieur Paul-André Rosental (Président Science Po. Paris,Madame Lucia Pozzi de l’Université Sassari,Monsieur Patrice Bourdelais de l’ÉHESS,Monsieur Renzo Derosas de l’Université VeneziaDate de soutenance de la thèse 24 novembre 2010RésuméL’étude est faite à partir de la reconstitution complète d’un village industriel (textile de l’Italie au XIXe siècle : Follina, en Vénétie. Au XIXe siècle, la population locale passe de 1200 habitants à près de 1600. La parentèle est app...

  18. Great Lakes rivermouths: a primer for managers

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    Pebbles, Victoria; Larson, James; Seelbach, Paul; Pebbles, Victoria; Larson, James; Seelbach, Paul

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    Between the North American Great Lakes and their tributaries are the places where the confluence of river and lake waters creates a distinct ecosystem: the rivermouth ecosystem. Human development has often centered around these rivermouths, in part, because they provide a rich array of ecosystem services. Not surprisingly, centuries of intense human activity have led to substantial pressures on, and alterations to, these ecosystems, often diminishing or degrading their ecological functions and associated ecological services. Many Great Lakes rivermouths are the focus of intense restoration efforts. For example, 36 of the active Great Lakes Areas of Concern (AOCs) are rivermouths or areas that include one or more rivermouths. Historically, research of rivermouth ecosystems has been piecemeal, focused on the Great Lakes proper or on the upper reaches of tributaries, with little direct study of the rivermouth itself. Researchers have been divided among disciplines, agencies and institutions; and they often work independently and use disparate venues to communicate their work. Management has also been fragmented with a focus on smaller, localized, sub-habitat units and socio-political or economic elements, rather than system-level consideration. This Primer presents the case for a more holistic approach to rivermouth science and management that can enable restoration of ecosystem services with multiple benefits to humans and the Great Lakes ecosystem. A conceptual model is presented with supporting text that describes the structures and processes common to all rivermouths, substantiating the case for treating these ecosystems as an identifiable class.1 Ecological services provided by rivermouths and changes in how humans value those services over time are illustrated through case studies of two Great Lakes rivermouths—the St. Louis River and the Maumee River. Specific ecosystem services are identified in italics throughout this Primer and follow definitions described

  19. Lead Speciation in remote Mountain Lakes

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    Plöger, A.; van den Berg, C. M. G.

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    In natural waters trace metals can become complexed by organic matter. This complexation can change the geochemistry of the metals by preventing them being scavenged, thereby increasing their residence time in the water column. The chemical speciation of trace metals also affects the bioavalability and their toxicological impact on organisms. It is therefore important to determine the chemical speciation of trace metals as well as their concentrations. Mountain lakes have been less studied in the past than other lakes- partly because of their remoteness and partly because they were perceived to be unpolluted and undisturbed. But work so far on mountain lakes has shown that most sites are affected and threatened, for example by transboundary air pollutants like trace metals. One of the important features that distinguishes these lakes from lowland lakes at similar latitudes is the fact that they may be isolated from the atmosphere for six months or more during the winter by a thick ice cover. Also, as these lakes are remote from direct anthropogenic influences, they reflect the regional distribution of pollutants transferred via the atmosphere. For this work, under the framework of the EMERGE (European Mountain lake Ecosystems: Regionalisation, diaGnostic and socio-economic Evaluation) programme, two remote mountain lakes have been studied in detail, with water sampling taking place at different times of the year to investigate possible seasonal differences in lead concentrations and speciation. Results so far have shown that lead-complexing ligand concentrations are in excess to dissolved lead concentrations, indicating that dissolved lead probably occurs fully complexed in these lakes. Therefore the toxic fraction is likely to be less than the dissolved lead concentration. Also, lead concentrations at the time of the spring thaw are higher than autumn concentrations just before ice cover, indicating that a significant proportion of fallout onto the lake catchment

  20. Capitol Lake, Washington, 2004 data summary

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    Eshleman, Jodi; Ruggiero, Peter; Kingsley, Etienne; Gelfenbaum, Guy; George, Doug

    2006-01-01

    At the request of the Washington Department of Ecology (WDOE), the US Geological Survey (USGS) collected bathymetry data in Capital Lake, Olympia, Wash., on September 21, 2004. The data are to be used to calculate sediment infilling rates within the lake as well as for developing the bottom boundary conditions for numerical models of water quality, sediment transport, and morphological change. In addition, the USGS collected sediment samples in Capitol Lake in February, 2005, to help characterize bottom sediment for numerical model calculations and substrate assessment.

  1. L’influence du français sur la terminologie italienne de l’énergie électrique au XVIIIe siècle. Les traductions de l’abbé Nollet

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    Bonadonna Maria Francesca

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    Full Text Available Nous nous proposons d’explorer l’influence que la langue française a exercée sur le lexique italien de l’électricité au XVIIIe siècle, à travers l’approfondissement des éditions italiennes des œuvres de Jean Antoine Nollet, dit l’abbé Nollet. Auteur de découvertes fondamentales (entre autres, l'électroscope à boules de sureau et l’électroscope à feuilles d’or qui ouvrent la voie à une véritable science autour de l’électricité, ce physicien français a créé des unités lexicales nouvelles pour désigner les notions et les machines inédites liées à ce domaine. Notre objectif est d’analyser dans quelle mesure ses néologismes sont pénétrés dans la terminologie de la communauté scientifique italienne dès les années 40 du XVIIIe siècle, à travers la diffusion des textes originaux et des traductions vers l’italien. Après la présentation du corpus qui fait l’objet de cette analyse, nous observerons les phénomènes lexicaux qui se posent dans le passage d’une langue à l’autre, notamment par rapport aux sous-domaines des machines, des phénomènes et des professions. Des cas significatifs seront ainsi examinés: entre autres, la traduction corrente elettrica du français courant électrique, elettroscopio de électroscope. Nous sommes convaincue qu’un approfondissement historique peut restituer l’organisation conceptuelle de la terminologie de l’énergie électrique, ainsi que permettre l’étude de la communication spécialisée d’un domaine si complexe et si important aujourd’hui.

  2. Influência de substratos na formação dos porta-enxertos: limoeiro-Cravo (Citrus limonia Osbeck e tangerineira-Cleópatra (Citrus reshni Hort. Ex Tanaka em ambiente protegido

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    JABUR MARCOS ANTÔNIO

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    Full Text Available Visando a estudar o efeito do substrato na produção de porta-enxertos de limoeiro-Cravo e tangerineira-Cleópatra em tubetes sob ambiente protegido, conduziu-se este trabalho na Faculdade de Ciências Agrárias e Veterinárias de Jaboticabal-UNESP. O estudo foi realizado em ambiente coberto com sombrite preto sem proteção lateral, adotando-se delineamento inteiramente casualizado, em esquema fatorial 5x2, 4 repetições e 20 sementes por parcela. Utilizaram-se os substratos húmus de minhoca oriundo de esterco de curral (H% e vermiculita média (V%, sendo S1=H0 V100; S2=H25 V75; S3=H50 V50; S4=H75 V25 e S5=H100 V0. Avaliaram-se o número de plântulas emergidas, altura das plantas, diâmetro do caule, massas fresca e seca de raiz e parte aérea. Observaram-se resultados estatisticamente significativos para diâmetro do caule, aos 104 e 118 dias após a semeadura (DAS entre espécies, com superioridade de Cravo em relação a Cleópatra, porém não aos 132 DAS. Não foi constatada diferença significativa entre os substratos. Quanto à massa fresca de parte aérea, nenhuma diferença estatística ocorreu entre as espécies; porém, quanto aos substratos, S3 mostrou-se superior a S1, não diferindo, entretanto, dos demais. Embora a análise estatística não tenha mostrado diferenças significativas entre os tratamentos para os outros parâmetros analisados, S3 destacou-se entre os substratos testados.

  3. Impact de la forêt sur l’évolution des ressources en eau en moyenne montagne alpine depuis le milieu du XIXe siècle (massif de Chartreuse, France

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    Dominique Dumas

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    Full Text Available Depuis la révolution industrielle, une grande partie des terres des espaces de moyenne montagne a été abandonnée au profit d’une extension de la couverture forestière. Or, la forêt intercepte et retient un pourcentage plus ou moins élevé des pluies sur son feuillage, diminuant du même coup la quantité d’eau réellement reçue par le sol. Le transfert de l’eau atmosphérique en une eau utilisable comme ressource a donc été progressivement modifié au cours de ces dernières décennies par la transformation progressive du paysage. Dans cette étude, conduite à l’échelle du massif de Chartreuse, la pluviométrie annuelle, le rôle de la forêt dans l’interception des pluies et l’extension de la forêt, sont appréciés tour à tour. L’impact de l’extension de la forêt depuis le milieu du XIXe siècle sur les quantités d’eau perdues pour l’écoulement et les réserves souterraines peut ainsi être évalué. Cette étude montre que, depuis le milieu du XIXe siècle, l’extension de la couverture forestière en Chartreuse aurait accru de presque 100 mm les pertes en eau par les processus d’interception. Et, sur cette même période, cette quantité d’eau perdue n’a pas été compensée par une hausse des précipitations. Au total, le bilan hydrologique a donc été notablement modifié, avec une quantité d’eau disponible pour l’écoulement, ou les réserves souterraines, plus réduite que celle définie traditionnellement à partir des uniques relevés météorologiques.

  4. “But hey, this is Africa, man”: Water Music and the Postmodernization of the Eighteenth-Century Novel “But hey, this is Africa, man”: Water Music et la “postmodernisation” du roman du dix-huitième siècle

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    Robert Scott

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    Full Text Available Dans cet article, j’examine les principales techniques utilisées par T. C. Boyle dans son premier roman publié en 1981 pour tenter de ré-écrire une série de romans célèbres du dix-huitième siècle de la perspective d’un auteur postmoderne. Adoptant un point de vue sceptique envers les documents historiques, Water Music banalise des personnages et des événements du passé qui étaient jusque-là objets de vénération et en même temps problématise la nature même de la connaissance historique. Parce que le ressort de son roman est esthétique plutôt qu’académique, Boyle brode librement sur ses sources originelles. En fait, Boyle envisage le roman du dix-huitième siècle comme un cadre fertile qui lui permet de faire étalage de ses compétences linguistiques et narratives ainsi que de sa connaissance approfondie de la tradition littéraire. Cependant, parce qu’il souhaite distancier Water Music des formes littéraires conventionnelles Boyle, d’une manière anachronique, parsème de commentaires et faits de langue contemporains les conventions romanesques du dix-huitième siècle. Ce faisant il « postmodernise » la forme du roman du dix-huitième siècle et permet ainsi à un public contemporain d’y trouver un écho.

  5. Glacial lakes in the Indian Himalayas--from an area-wide glacial lake inventory to on-site and modeling based risk assessment of critical glacial lakes.

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    Worni, Raphael; Huggel, Christian; Stoffel, Markus

    2013-12-01

    Glacial lake hazards and glacial lake distributions are investigated in many glaciated regions of the world, but comparably little attention has been given to these topics in the Indian Himalayas. In this study we present a first area-wide glacial lake inventory, including a qualitative classification at 251 glacial lakes >0.01 km(2). Lakes were detected in the five states spanning the Indian Himalayas, and lake distribution pattern and lake characteristics were found to differ significantly between regions. Three glacial lakes, from different geographic and climatic regions within the Indian Himalayas were then selected for a detailed risk assessment. Lake outburst probability, potential outburst magnitudes and associated damage were evaluated on the basis of high-resolution satellite imagery, field assessments and through the use of a dynamic model. The glacial lakes analyzed in the states of Jammu and Kashmir and Himachal Pradesh were found to present moderate risks to downstream villages, whereas the lake in Sikkim severely threatens downstream locations. At the study site in Sikkim, a dam breach could trigger drainage of ca. 16×10(6)m(3) water and generate maximum lake discharge of nearly 7000 m(3) s(-). The identification of critical glacial lakes in the Indian Himalayas and the detailed risk assessments at three specific sites allow prioritizing further investigations and help in the definition of risk reduction actions.

  6. Bathymetric Surveys of Lake Arthur and Raccoon Lake, Pennsylvania, June 2007

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    Hittle, Clinton D.; Ruby, A. Thomas

    2008-01-01

    In spring of 2007, bathymetric surveys of two Pennsylvania State Park lakes were performed to collect accurate data sets of lake-bed elevations and to develop methods and techniques to conduct similar surveys across the state. The lake-bed elevations and associated geographical position data can be merged with land-surface elevations acquired through Light Detection and Ranging (LIDAR) techniques. Lake Arthur in Butler County and Raccoon Lake in Beaver County were selected for this initial data-collection activity. In order to establish accurate water-surface elevations during the surveys, benchmarks referenced to NAVD 88 were established on land at each lake by use of differential global positioning system (DGPS) surveys. Bathymetric data were collected using a single beam, 210 kilohertz (kHz) echo sounder and were coupled with the DGPS position data utilizing a computer software package. Transects of depth data were acquired at predetermined intervals on each lake, and the shoreline was delineated using a laser range finder and compass module. Final X, Y, Z coordinates of the geographic positions and lake-bed elevations were referenced to NAD 83 and NAVD 88 and are available to create bathymetric maps of the lakes.

  7. Lake Sediments from Dianchi Lake:A Phosphorus Sink or Source?

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    GAO Li; YANG Hao; ZHOU Jian-Min; Lü Jun-Jie

    2004-01-01

    Dianchi Lake is a highly eutrophic lake in southwestern China where phosphorus (P) is the limiting element for eutrophication and where lake sediments play an important role in the P cycle. One hundred and eighteen sites were sampled throughout Dianchi Lake in 2002 to investigate the P loading of the lake sediments, while fresh surface sediments were studied in the laboratory to clarify its role for phosphorus. The results showed that concentrations of total phosphorus (TP) in sediments were very high, with a maximum value of 6.66 g kg-1, and decreased with sediment depth. P adsorption on surface sediments was rapid with adsorption amounts higher in acidic than in alkaline conditions. The release experiments showed that P release increased as pH rose from 7.0 to 10.5. Additionally, compared with aerobic conditions, P release was much higher under anaerobic conditions, especially with low P content in the lake water. At present, the sediments in Dianchi Lake still function as a sink for phosphorus at high P levels in lake water. However, if the external P load was reduced and P content in lake water became low, the sediment would have a large potential for P release under anaerobic conditions.

  8. L-Lake zooplankton: L-Lake/Steel Creek Biological Monitoring Program, November 1985--December 1991

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    Bowers, J.A. [Westinghouse Savannah River Co., Aiken, SC (United States); Bowen, M. [Normandeau Associates, Inc., New Ellenton, SC (United States)

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    The L- Lake Biological Monitoring Program was designed to meet environmental regulatory requirements associated with the restart of L-Reactor and address portions of Section 316(a) of the Clean Water Act, which requires an applicant for a discharge permit to provide scientific evidence that the discharge causes no significant impact on the indigenous ecosystem. The Department of Energy (DOE) must demonstrate that the discharge of L-Reactor affluent into L Lake will not inhibit the eventual establishment of a ``Balanced Biological Community`` (BBC) in at least 50% of the lake. This report details results of monitoring zooplankton populations in L-Lake.

  9. Palaeolimnological evidence of vulnerability of Lake Neusiedl (Austria) toward climate related changes since the last "vanished-lake" stage.

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    Tolotti, Monica; Milan, Manuela; Boscaini, Adriano; Soja, Gerhard; Herzig, Alois

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    The palaeolimnological reconstruction of secular evolution of Euroepan Lakes with key socio-economical relevance respect to large (climate change) and local scale (land use, tourism) environmental changes, represents one of the objectives of the project EuLakes (European Lakes Under Environmental Stressors, Supporting lake governance to mitigate the impact of climate change, Reg. N. 2CE243P3), launched in 2010 within the Central European Inititiative. The project consortium comprises lakes of different morphology and prevalent human uses, including the meso-eutrophic Lake Neusiedl, the largest Austrian lake (total area 315 km2), and the westernmost shallow (mean depth 1.2 m) steppe lake of the Euro-Asiatic continent. The volume of Lake Neusiedl can potentially change over the years, in relation with changing balance between atmospheric precipitation and lake water evapotranspiration. Changing water budget, together with high lake salinity and turbidity, have important implications over the lake ecosystem. This contribution illustrates results of the multi-proxi palaeolimnological reconstruction of ecologial changes occurred in Lake Neusiedl during the last ca. 140 years, i.e. since the end of the last "vanished-lake" stage (1865-1871). Geochemical and biological proxies anticipate the increase in lake productivity of ca. 10 years (1950s) respect to what reported in the literature. Diatom species composition indicate a biological lake recovery in the late 1980s, and suggest a second increment in lake productivity since the late 1990s, possibly in relation with the progressive increase in the nitrogen input from agriculture. Abundance of diatoms typical of brackish waters indicated no significant long-term change in lake salinity, while variations in species toleranting dessiccation confirm the vulnerability of Lake Neusiedl toward climate-driven changes in the lake water balance. This fragility is aggravated by the the semi-arid climate conditions of the catchemnt

  10. Estimation of lake water - groundwater interactions in meromictic mining lakes by modelling isotope signatures of lake water.

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    Seebach, Anne; Dietz, Severine; Lessmann, Dieter; Knoeller, Kay

    2008-03-01

    A method is presented to assess lake water-groundwater interactions by modelling isotope signatures of lake water using meteorological parameters and field data. The modelling of delta(18)O and deltaD variations offers information about the groundwater influx into a meromictic Lusatian mining lake. Therefore, a water balance model is combined with an isotope water balance model to estimate analogies between simulated and measured isotope signatures within the lake water body. The model is operated with different evaporation rates to predict delta(18)O and deltaD values in a lake that is only controlled by weather conditions with neither groundwater inflow nor outflow. Comparisons between modelled and measured isotope values show whether the lake is fed by the groundwater or not. Furthermore, our investigations show that an adaptation of the Craig and Gordon model [H. Craig, L.I. Gordon. Deuterium and oxygen-18 variations in the ocean and the marine atmosphere. In Stable Isotopes in Oceanographic Studies and Paleotemperature, Spoleto, E. Tongiorgi (Ed.), pp. 9-130, Consiglio Nazionale delle Ricerche, Laboratorio di Geologia Nucleare, Pisa (1965).] to specific conditions in temperate regions seems necessary.

  11. Pierre Swiggers, Les Conceptions linguistiques des Encyclopédistes, Etude sur Ia constitution d'une théorie de Ia grammaire au siècle des Lumières, Sammlung Groos 21, Julius Groos Verlag-Heidelberg- Leuven University Press, Heidelberg 1984, 165 pp.

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    Pavao Tekavčić

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    Full Text Available Le petit livre dont nous présentons ici lecompte rendu est I'oeuvre du jeune savant Pierre Swiggers, chercheur qualifié au Fonds national beige de la recherche scientifique, linguiste et philologue qui nous a donné dejà une serie d'études, sur le siècle des Lumières (L'Encyclopédie et la linguistique au XVI/le siècle, «Linguisti­ cae Investigationes» 311979; La grammaire dans /'Encyclopédie: Etat actuel des étu­ des, «Beiträge zur romanischen Philologie» 20/1981; La théorie syntaxique dans  /'Encyclopédie, «Lingua e stile» 18/1983 etc., sur l'historiographie linguistique (tout récemment: L'article en français: l'histoire d'un problème grammatical, «Re­ vue de Linguistique Romane» 49/1985, sur la linguistique du XVIIe et du XVIIIe siècle en général, etc. L'Auteur est done bien un spécialiste qualifié pour offrir au public linguistique une synthèse de ses recherches sur les théories grammaticales dans l'Encyclopédie.

  12. 2001 Hydrologic Survey of Lake Estes

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    US Bureau of Reclamation, Department of the Interior — The Bureau of Reclamation (Reclamation) surveyed Lake Estes in August of 2001 to develop a topographic map and compute a present storage-elevation relationship...

  13. Lake Andes NWR Water Use Report- 1979

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    US Fish and Wildlife Service, Department of the Interior — This report contains locations and water use at Lake Andes NWR for 1979. General water uses are discussed for 1979 for each unit, impoundment data is tabulated...

  14. Banks Lake NWR: Biological Review Report

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    US Fish and Wildlife Service, Department of the Interior — This report covers a biological review undertaken in 2007/08 at Banks Lake National Wildlife Refuge. On November 14-15, 2007, a Biological Review was conducted at...

  15. Benton Lake National Wildlife Refuge : Trapping Plan

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    US Fish and Wildlife Service, Department of the Interior — The Benton Lake NWR trapping plan outlines trapping areas, species, regulations, equipment, and seasons. This plan will allow harvest of a renewable natural resource...

  16. Lake Andes NWR Water Use Report- 1987

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    US Fish and Wildlife Service, Department of the Interior — This report contains locations and water use at Lake Andes NWR for 1987. General water uses are discussed for 1987 for each unit, impoundment data is tabulated...

  17. Lake Andes NWR Water Use Report- 1984

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    US Fish and Wildlife Service, Department of the Interior — This report contains locations and water use at Lake Andes NWR for 1984. General water uses are discussed for 1984 for each unit, impoundment data is tabulated...

  18. Lake Andes NWR Water Use Report- 1985

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    US Fish and Wildlife Service, Department of the Interior — This report contains locations and water use at Lake Andes NWR for 1985. General water uses are discussed for 1985 for each unit, impoundment data is tabulated...

  19. Lake Andes NWR Water Use Report- 1983

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    US Fish and Wildlife Service, Department of the Interior — This report contains locations and water use at Lake Andes NWR for 1983. General water uses are discussed for 1983 for each unit, impoundment data is tabulated...

  20. Great Lakes CoastWatch Node

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    National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, Department of Commerce — CoastWatch is a nationwide National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) program within which the Great Lakes Environmental Research Laboratory (GLERL)...

  1. Pyramid Lake Task Force : Final report

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    US Fish and Wildlife Service, Department of the Interior — The Pyramid Lake Task Force was created to address Pyramid Lake’s recession and recommend possible solutions that would consider both the needs for preserving the...

  2. Biota - 2009 Vegetation Inventory - Lake Ashtabula, ND

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    Army Corps of Engineers, Department of the Army, Department of Defense — 2009 Vegetation Classification for Lake Ashtabula, ND Vegetation Project Report, OMBIL Environmental Stewardship - Level 1 Inventory, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers...

  3. Ruby Lake National Wildlife Refuge wildlife checklist

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    US Fish and Wildlife Service, Department of the Interior — Checklist with habitat, season, and abundance codes for wildlife species at Ruby Lake NWR. Includes bird, mammal, amphibian, reptile, and fish species.

  4. Lake Andes NWR Water Use Report- 1986

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    US Fish and Wildlife Service, Department of the Interior — This report contains locations and water use at Lake Andes NWR for 1986. General water uses are discussed for 1986 for each unit, impoundment data is tabulated...

  5. Lake Andes NWR Water Use Report- 1958

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    US Fish and Wildlife Service, Department of the Interior — This report contains locations and water use at Lake Andes NWR for 1958. The report highlights the weather, water, habitat, and wildlife conditions for the year of...

  6. Medicine Lake NWR Water Use Report- 1969

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    US Fish and Wildlife Service, Department of the Interior — This report contains locations and water use at Medicine Lake NWR for 1969. The document includes summaries of 1969 water use, 1970 water program recommendations,...

  7. Medicine Lake NWR Water Use Report- 1965

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    US Fish and Wildlife Service, Department of the Interior — This report contains locations and water use at Medicine Lake NWR for 1965. The document includes summaries of 1965 water use, 1966 water program recommendations,...

  8. Trip report : Crescent Lake National Wildlife Refuge

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    US Fish and Wildlife Service, Department of the Interior — This trip report is on a visit to Crescent Lake National Wildlife Refuge on September 20 and 21 2001. Wetlands inspected on the Moore Drainage included Martin,...

  9. Chemical analysis of sediments from Lake Champlain

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    US Fish and Wildlife Service, Department of the Interior — This report provides the results of a study done on Lake Champlain to evaluate the level of environmental contaminants at specific sites impacted by human...

  10. Predicting the locations of naturally fishless lakes

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    Schilling, Emily Gaenzle; Loftin, C.S.; Degoosh, K.E.; Huryn, Alexander D.; Webster, K.E.

    2008-01-01

    1. Fish have been introduced into many previously fishless lakes throughout North America over the past 100+ years. It is difficult to determine the historical distribution of fishless lakes, however, because these introductions have not always been well-documented. 2. Due to its glacial history and low human population density, the state of Maine (U.S.A.) may host the greatest number of naturally fishless lakes in the northeastern United States. However, less than one-quarter of Maine's 6000+ lakes have been surveyed for fish presence, and no accurate assessments of either the historical or current abundance and distribution of fishless lakes exist. 3. We developed methods to assess the abundance and distribution of Maine's naturally fishless lakes (0.6-10.1 ha). We hypothesized that the historical distribution of fishless lakes across a landscape is controlled by geomorphic and geographic conditions. 4. We used ArcGIS to identify landscape-scale geomorphic and geographic factors (e.g. connectivity, surrounding slope) correlated with fish absence in two geomorphic regions of Maine - the western and interior mountains and the eastern lowlands and foothills. By using readily available geographic information systems data our method was not limited to field-visited sites. We estimated the likelihood that a particular lake is fishless with a stepwise logistic regression model developed for each region. 5. The absence of fish from western lakes is related to altitude (+), minimum percent slope in the 500 m buffer (+), maximum percent slope in the 500 m buffer (+) and percent cover of herbaceous-emergent wetland in 1000 m buffer (-). The absence of fish from eastern lakes is related to the lack of a stream within 50 m of the lake. 6. The models predict that a total of 4% (131) of study lakes in the two regions were historically fishless, with the eastern region hosting a greater proportion than the western region. 7. We verified the model predictions with two

  11. Persistent organic pollutants in the great lakes

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    Hites, R.A. (ed.) [Indiana Univ., Bloomington, IN (United States). School of Public and Environmental Affairs

    2006-07-01

    The environment around the Laurentian Great Lakes region has been adversely affected by agricultural runoff, urban waste, industrial discharge, landfill leachate, and atmospheric deposition. Although there have been some improvements over the last 20 years, persistent toxic organic pollutants are now a serious problem. This book brings together what is known about the major classes of these pollutants in the Great Lakes. Each chapter reviews our knowledge of the extent of contamination of the various parts of the Great Lakes ecosystem (air, water, sediment, fishes, birds, etc.), what is known about the trends over time of this contamination, and knowledge about the mechanisms by which these pollutants are mobilized in the lakes. Detailed information is presented on polychlorinated biphenyls, polychlorinated dibenzo-p-dioxins and dibenzofurans, pesticides, toxaphene, polychlorinated naphthalenes, polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons, brominated flame retardants, and perfluoroalkyl acids. These reviews make this volume an invaluable resource for all those involved in environmental research, measurements, and decision making. (orig.)

  12. Aluminum substitution in goethite in lake ore

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    Carlson, L.

    1995-06-01

    Full Text Available The extent of substitution of Fe by Al in goethite in 32 lake ore samples collected from 11 lakes in Finland varied between 0 and 23 mol-%. The data indicated a negative relationship between Al-substitution and the particle size of lake ore. Differences in the Al-substitution were apparent between sampling sites, suggesting that kinetic and environmental variation in lake ore formation influences the substitution. Non-substituted goethite is formed in coarse-grained sediments with locally high concentrations of Fe due to iron-rich springs. Unit cell edge lengths and volumes of goethite varied as function of Al-subsitution but deviated from the Vegard relationship towards higher values.

  13. 2004 Saginaw Bay, Lake Huron, Michigan Lidar

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    National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, Department of Commerce — This metadata document describes the collection and processing of Light Detection and Ranging (LIDAR) data over an area along the coast of Saginaw Bay, Lake Huron,...

  14. The Lakes and Seas of Titan

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    Hayes, Alexander G.

    2016-06-01

    Analogous to Earth's water cycle, Titan's methane-based hydrologic cycle supports standing bodies of liquid and drives processes that result in common morphologic features including dunes, channels, lakes, and seas. Like lakes on Earth and early Mars, Titan's lakes and seas preserve a record of its climate and surface evolution. Unlike on Earth, the volume of liquid exposed on Titan's surface is only a small fraction of the atmospheric reservoir. The volume and bulk composition of the seas can constrain the age and nature of atmospheric methane, as well as its interaction with surface reservoirs. Similarly, the morphology of lacustrine basins chronicles the history of the polar landscape over multiple temporal and spatial scales. The distribution of trace species, such as noble gases and higher-order hydrocarbons and nitriles, can address Titan's origin and the potential for both prebiotic and biotic processes. Accordingly, Titan's lakes and seas represent a compelling target for exploration.

  15. Medicine Lake NWR Water Use Report- 1966

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    US Fish and Wildlife Service, Department of the Interior — This report contains locations and water use at Medicine Lake NWR for 1966. The document includes summaries of 1966 water use, 1967 water program recommendations,...

  16. Medicine Lake NWR Water Use Report- 2000

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    US Fish and Wildlife Service, Department of the Interior — This report contains locations and water use at Medicine Lake NWR for 2000. The document includes summaries of 2000 water use, 2001 water program recommendations,...

  17. Medicine Lake NWR Water Use Report- 1994

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    US Fish and Wildlife Service, Department of the Interior — This report contains locations and water use at Medicine Lake NWR for 1994. The document includes summaries of 1994 water use, 1995 water program recommendations,...

  18. Medicine Lake NWR Water Use Report- 1971

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    US Fish and Wildlife Service, Department of the Interior — This report contains locations and water use at Medicine Lake NWR for 1971. The document includes summaries of 1971 water use, 1972 water program recommendations,...

  19. Medicine Lake NWR Water Use Report- 1996

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    US Fish and Wildlife Service, Department of the Interior — This report contains locations and water use at Medicine Lake NWR for 1996. The document includes summaries of 1996 water use, 1997 water program recommendations,...

  20. Medicine Lake NWR Water Use Report- 1972

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    US Fish and Wildlife Service, Department of the Interior — This report contains locations and water use at Medicine Lake NWR for 1972. The document includes summaries of 1972 water use, 1973 water program recommendations,...

  1. Medicine Lake NWR Water Use Report- 2001

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    US Fish and Wildlife Service, Department of the Interior — This report contains locations and water use at Medicine Lake NWR for 2001. The document includes summaries of 2001 water use, 2002 water program recommendations,...

  2. Medicine Lake NWR Water Use Report- 1997

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    US Fish and Wildlife Service, Department of the Interior — This report contains locations and water use at Medicine Lake NWR for 1997. The document includes summaries of 1997 water use, 1998 water program recommendations,...

  3. Medicine Lake NWR Water Use Report- 2008

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    US Fish and Wildlife Service, Department of the Interior — This report contains locations and water use at Medicine Lake NWR for 2008. The document includes summaries of 2008 water use, 2009 water program recommendations,...

  4. Medicine Lake NWR Water Use Report- 1989

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    US Fish and Wildlife Service, Department of the Interior — This report contains locations and water use at Medicine Lake NWR for 1989. The document includes summaries of 1989 water use, 1990 water program recommendations,...

  5. Medicine Lake NWR Water Use Report- 1963

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    US Fish and Wildlife Service, Department of the Interior — This report contains locations and water use at Medicine Lake NWR for 1963. The document includes summaries of 1963 water use, 1964 water program recommendations,...

  6. Medicine Lake NWR Water Use Report- 1962

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    US Fish and Wildlife Service, Department of the Interior — This report contains locations and water use at Medicine Lake NWR for 1962. The document includes summaries of 1962 water use, 1963 water program recommendations,...

  7. Medicine Lake NWR Water Use Report- 2013

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    US Fish and Wildlife Service, Department of the Interior — This report contains locations and water use at Medicine Lake NWR for 2013. The document includes summaries of 2013 water use, 2014 water program recommendations,...

  8. Medicine Lake NWR Water Use Report- 1993

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    US Fish and Wildlife Service, Department of the Interior — This report contains locations and water use at Medicine Lake NWR for 1993. The document includes summaries of 1993 water use, 1994 water program recommendations,...

  9. Medicine Lake NWR Water Use Report- 1988

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    US Fish and Wildlife Service, Department of the Interior — This report contains locations and water use at Medicine Lake NWR for 1988. The document includes summaries of 1988 water use, 1989 water program recommendations,...

  10. Lake Andes NWR Water Use Report- 1982

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    US Fish and Wildlife Service, Department of the Interior — This report contains locations and water use at Lake Andes NWR for 1982. General water uses are discussed for 1982 for each unit, impoundment data is tabulated...

  11. Lake Andes NWR Water Use Report- 1971

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    US Fish and Wildlife Service, Department of the Interior — This report contains locations and water use at Lake Andes NWR for 1971. General water uses are discussed for 1971 for each unit, impoundment data is tabulated...

  12. Indian Lakes soil and water investigation

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    US Fish and Wildlife Service, Department of the Interior — The objective of this investigation is to determine whether the soil and/or water in the Indian Lakes area exceeds the EPA's hazardous waste level criterion for...

  13. Prescribed fire monitoring protocol : Medicine Lake NWR

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    US Fish and Wildlife Service, Department of the Interior — Initial Survey Instructions for prescribed fire monitoring at Medicine Lake National Wildlife Refuge. Instructions contain methods on data collection, an equipment...

  14. Lake Mason : FWS rangeland inventory assessment

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    US Fish and Wildlife Service, Department of the Interior — In September 2013, The Lake Mason Unit owned by U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service was inventoried for rangeland health and production. The purpose of the inventory was...

  15. 27 CFR 9.127 - Cayuga Lake.

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    2010-04-01

    ...) Boundaries. The Cayuga Lake viticultural area is located within the counties of Seneca, Tompkins, and Cayuga..., until it meets U.S. Route 20 in the town of Seneca Falls. (13) Then along U.S. Route 20, in a...

  16. Lake Beach Monitoring Locations in Iowa

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    Iowa State University GIS Support and Research Facility — Monitored state lake beach locations in Iowa. The Watershed Monitoring & Assessment Section of the Iowa DNR takes regular water samples at these listed beaches...

  17. Medicine Lake NWR Water Use Report- 1980

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    US Fish and Wildlife Service, Department of the Interior — This report contains locations and water use at Medicine Lake NWR for 1980. The document includes summaries of 1980 water use, 1981 water program recommendations,...

  18. Remote and Roadside Lake Study : 1983

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    US Fish and Wildlife Service, Department of the Interior — Personnel of the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, Kenai Fishery Resources Station, conducted fishery surveys on 18 remote and roadside lakes of the Kenai National...

  19. Sign Plan Swan Lake National Wildlife Refuge

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    US Fish and Wildlife Service, Department of the Interior — The Swan Lake National Wildlife Refuge Sign Plan explains how signs are used on the Refuge to help guide and educate visitors. An inventory of current signs is...

  20. Medicine Lake NWR Water Use Report- 1967

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    US Fish and Wildlife Service, Department of the Interior — This report contains locations and water use at Medicine Lake NWR for 1967. The document includes summaries of 1967 water use, 1968 water program recommendations,...

  1. Sand Lake WMD vegetation mapping project update

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    US Fish and Wildlife Service, Department of the Interior — Final report on the vegetation mapping project at Sand Lake Wetland Management District. This project is being completed by the use of SPRING software and ground...

  2. Targets set to reduce Lake Erie algae

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    Evans, Mary

    2016-01-01

    In February 2016, the Great Lakes Executive Committee, which oversees the implementation of the Great Lakes Water Quality Agreement (GLWQA) between the U.S. and Canada, approved phosphorus loading targets for Lake Erie to reduce the size of harmful algal blooms (HABs), reduce the presence of the low oxygen zone in the central basin, and protect nearshore water quality. The targets are set with respect to the nutrient loads calculated for 2008. To reduce the impacts of HABs on Lake Erie a target was set of a 40 percent reduction in total and soluble reactive phosphorus loads in the spring from two Canadian rivers and several Michigan and Ohio rivers, especially the Maumee River (https://binational.net/2016/02/22/ finalptargets-ciblesfinalesdep/). States and the province of Ontario are already developing Domestic Action Plans to accomplish the reductions and scientists are developing research and monitoring plans to assess progress.

  3. Habitat improvement plan for Lower Derby Lake

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    US Fish and Wildlife Service, Department of the Interior — Rocky Mountain Arsenal National Wildlife Refuge (RMANWR) is home to several species of both aquatic and terrestrial wildlife. Within the three Refuge lakes, Mary,...

  4. Lake Bathymetric DEM Shaded Relief Image

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    Minnesota Department of Natural Resources — Geo-referenced, shaded relief image of lake bathymetry classified at 5-foot depth intervals. This dataset has a cell resolution of 5 meters (occasionally 10m) as...

  5. Alternative stable states in large shallow lakes?

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    Janssen, Annette B.G.; Teurlincx, Sven; An, S.Q.; Janse, J.H.; Paer, H.W.; Mooij, Wolf M.

    2014-01-01

    Many lakes worldwide are experiencing great change due to eutrophication. Consequently, species composition changes, toxic algal blooms proliferate, and drinking water supplies dwindle. The transition to the deteriorated state can be catastrophic with an abrupt change from macrophyte to phytoplankto

  6. VT Lake Champlain (extracted from VHDCARTO) - polygon

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    Vermont Center for Geographic Information — (Link to Metadata) LKCH5K is an extract of Lake Champlain that is derived from VHDCARTO. The following metadata is from VHDCARTO.VHDCARTO is a simplified version of...

  7. Factors affecting panfish populations in sandhill lakes

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    US Fish and Wildlife Service, Department of the Interior — Completion report for the two year Federal Aid in Sport Fish Restoration project. This project was created out of the need to determine which Sandhill lakes are most...

  8. DNR 100K Lakes and Rivers

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    Minnesota Department of Natural Resources — Polygons representing hydrographic features (lakes, ponds, some rivers, and open water areas) originating from the USGS 1:100,000 (100K)DLG (Digital Line Graph)...

  9. Medicine Lake NWR Water Use Report- 1982

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    US Fish and Wildlife Service, Department of the Interior — This report contains locations and water use at Medicine Lake NWR for 1982. The document includes summaries of 1982 water use, 1983 water program recommendations,...

  10. Medicine Lake NWR Water Use Report- 2005

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    US Fish and Wildlife Service, Department of the Interior — This report contains locations and water use at Medicine Lake NWR for 2005. The document includes summaries of 2005 water use, 2006 water program recommendations,...

  11. Medicine Lake NWR Water Use Report- 1985

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    US Fish and Wildlife Service, Department of the Interior — This report contains locations and water use at Medicine Lake NWR for 1985. The document includes summaries of 1985 water use, 1986 water program recommendations,...

  12. Medicine Lake NWR Water Use Report- 1999

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    US Fish and Wildlife Service, Department of the Interior — This report contains locations and water use at Medicine Lake NWR for 1999. The document includes summaries of 1999 water use, 2000 water program recommendations,...

  13. Medicine Lake NWR Water Use Report- 2003

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    US Fish and Wildlife Service, Department of the Interior — This report contains locations and water use at Medicine Lake NWR for 2003. The document includes summaries of 2003 water use, 2004 water program recommendations,...

  14. Medicine Lake NWR Water Use Report- 1958

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    US Fish and Wildlife Service, Department of the Interior — This report contains locations and water use at Medicine Lake NWR for 1958. Water rights are summarized, along with a detailed outline on the water management of the...

  15. Medicine Lake NWR Water Use Report- 1981

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    US Fish and Wildlife Service, Department of the Interior — This report contains locations and water use at Medicine Lake NWR for 1982. The document includes summaries of 1981 water use, 1982 water program recommendations,...

  16. Medicine Lake NWR Water Use Report- 1970

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    US Fish and Wildlife Service, Department of the Interior — This report contains locations and water use at Medicine Lake NWR for 1970. The document includes summaries of 1970 water use, 1971 water program recommendations,...

  17. Hunting Plan : Rice Lake National Wildlife Refuge

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    US Fish and Wildlife Service, Department of the Interior — The objectives of this hunting plan for Rice Lake NWR are to: provide a method of removing white-tailed deer from the area population to maintain the general health...

  18. Lake Andes National Wildlife Refuge Complex : Lake Andes National Wildlife Refuge, Karl Mundt National Wildlife Refuge, Lake Andes Wetland Management District : 1995 Annual narrative report

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    US Fish and Wildlife Service, Department of the Interior — This annual narrative report for Lake Andes NWR, Karl Mundt NWR, and Lake Andes WMD outlines Refuge accomplishments during the 1995 calendar year. The report begins...

  19. Lake Andes National Wildlife Refuge Complex : Lake Andes National Wildlife Refuge, Karl Mundt National Wildlife Refuge, Lake Andes Wetland Management District : Updated- 2003 annual narrative report

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    US Fish and Wildlife Service, Department of the Interior — This annual narrative report for Lake Andes NWR, Karl Mundt NWR, and Lake Andes WMD outlines Refuge accomplishments during the 2003 calendar year. The report begins...

  20. Lake Andes National Wildlife Refuge Complex : Lake Andes National Wildlife Refuge, Karl Mundt National Wildlife Refuge, Lake Andes Wetland Management District : 1994 Annual narrative report

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    US Fish and Wildlife Service, Department of the Interior — This annual narrative report for Lake Andes NWR, Karl Mundt NWR, and Lake Andes WMD outlines Refuge accomplishments during the 1994 calendar year. The report begins...

  1. Lake Andes National Wildlife Refuge Complex : Lake Andes National Wildlife Refuge, Karl Mundt National Wildlife Refuge, Lake Andes Wetland Management District : 1997 Annual narrative report

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    US Fish and Wildlife Service, Department of the Interior — This annual narrative report for Lake Andes NWR, Karl Mundt NWR, and Lake Andes WMD outlines Refuge accomplishments during the 1997 calendar year. The report begins...

  2. Lake Andes National Wildlife Refuge Complex : Lake Andes National Wildlife Refuge, Karl Mundt National Wildlife Refuge, Lake Andes Wetland Management District : 2002 Annual narrative report

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    US Fish and Wildlife Service, Department of the Interior — This annual narrative report for Lake Andes NWR, Karl Mundt NWR, and Lake Andes WMD outlines Refuge accomplishments during the 2002 calendar year. The report begins...

  3. Lake Andes National Wildlife Refuge Complex : Lake Andes National Wildlife Refuge, Karl Mundt National Wildlife Refuge, Lake Andes Wetland Management District : 1998 Annual narrative report

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    US Fish and Wildlife Service, Department of the Interior — This annual narrative report for Lake Andes NWR, Karl Mundt NWR, and Lake Andes WMD outlines Refuge accomplishments during the 1998 calendar year. The report begins...

  4. Lake Andes National Wildlife Refuge Complex : Lake Andes National Wildlife Refuge, Karl Mundt National Wildlife Refuge, Lake Andes Wetland Management District : 1999 Annual narrative report

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    US Fish and Wildlife Service, Department of the Interior — This annual narrative report for Lake Andes NWR, Karl Mundt NWR, and Lake Andes WMD outlines Refuge accomplishments during the 1999 calendar year. The report begins...

  5. Lake Andes National Wildlife Refuge Complex : Lake Andes National Wildlife Refuge, Karl Mundt National Wildlife Refuge, Lake Andes Wetland Management District : 2001 Annual narrative report

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    US Fish and Wildlife Service, Department of the Interior — This annual narrative report for Lake Andes NWR, Karl Mundt NWR, and Lake Andes WMD outlines Refuge accomplishments during the 2001 calendar year. The report begins...

  6. Lake Andes National Wildlife Refuge Complex : Lake Andes National Wildlife Refuge, Karl Mundt National Wildlife Refuge, Lake Andes Wetland Management District : 1996 Annual narrative report

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    US Fish and Wildlife Service, Department of the Interior — This annual narrative report for Lake Andes NWR, Karl Mundt NWR, and Lake Andes WMD outlines Refuge accomplishments during the 1996 calendar year. The report begins...

  7. [Ecosystem services valuation of Qinghai Lake].

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    Jiang, Bo; Zhang, Lu; Ouyang, Zhi-yun

    2015-10-01

    Qinghai Lake is the largest inland and salt water lake in China, and provides important ecosystem services to beneficiaries. Economic valuation of wetland ecosystem services from Qinghai Lake can reveal the direct contribution of lake ecosystems to beneficiaries using economic data, which can advance the incorporation of wetland protection of Qinghai Lake into economic tradeoffs and decision analyses. In this paper, we established a final ecosystem services valuation system based on the underlying ecological mechanisms and regional socio-economic conditions. We then evaluated the eco-economic value provided by the wetlands at Qinghai Lake to beneficiaries in 2012 using the market value method, replacement cost method, zonal travel cost method, and contingent valuation method. According to the valuation result, the total economic values of the final ecosystem services provided by the wetlands at Qinghai Lake were estimated to be 6749.08 x 10(8) yuan RMB in 2012, among which the value of water storage service and climate regulation service were 4797.57 x 10(8) and 1929.34 x 10(8) yuan RMB, accounting for 71.1% and 28.6% of the total value, respectively. The economic value of the 8 final ecosystem services was ranked from greatest to lowest as: water storage service > climate regulation service > recreation and tourism service > non-use value > oxygen release service > raw material production service > carbon sequestration service > food production service. The evaluation result of this paper reflects the substantial value that the wetlands of Qinghai Lake provide to beneficiaries using monetary values, which has the potential to help increase wetland protection awareness among the public and decision-makers, and inform managers about ways to create ecological compensation incentives. The final ecosystem service evaluation system presented in this paper will offer guidance on separating intermediate services and final services, and establishing monitoring programs for

  8. PREDICTED SEDIMENTARY SECTION OF SUBGLACIAL LAKE VOSTOK

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    G. I. Leychenkov

    2012-01-01

    Full Text Available In early February 2012, the drill hole at the Vostok Station encountered theLakeVostokwater. This step is important to study the lake composition including possible microbial life and to model subglacial environments however, the next ambitious target of the Vostok Drilling Project is sampling of bottom sediments, which contain the unique record of ice sheet evolution and environmental changes in centralAntarcticafor millions of years. In this connection, the forecast of sedimentary succession based on existing geophysical data, study of mineral inclusions in the accretion ice cores and tectonic models is important task. Interpretation of Airborne geophysical data suggests thatLakeVostokis the part of spacious rift system, which exists at least from Cretaceous. Reflection and refraction seismic experiments conducted in the southern part ofLakeVostokshow very thin (200–300 m stratified sedimentary cover overlying crystalline basement with velocity of 6.0–6.2 km/s. At present, deposition in southernLakeVostokis absent and similar conditions occurred likely at least last3 m.y. when ice sheet aboveLakeVostokchanged insignificantly. It can be also inferred that from the Late Miocene the rate of deposition inLakeVostokwas extremely low and so the most of sedimentary section is older being possibly of Oligocene to early to middle Miocene age when ice sheet oscillated and deposition was more vigorous. If so, the sampling of upper few meters of this condensed section is very informative in terms of history of Antarctic glaciation. Small thickness of sedimentary cover raises a question about existence of lake (rift depression during preglacial and early glacial times.

  9. Geology and environments of subglacial Lake Vostok.

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    Leitchenkov, German L; Antonov, Anton V; Luneov, Pavel I; Lipenkov, Vladimir Ya

    2016-01-28

    The reconstruction of the geological (tectonic) structure and environments of subglacial Lake Vostok is based on geophysical surveys and the study of mineral particles found in cores of accreted ice and frozen lake water (sampled after the lake was unsealed). Seismic reflection and refraction investigations conducted in the southern part of Lake Vostok show very thin (200-300 m) sedimentary cover overlying a crystalline basement. Most of this thin veneer is thought to have been deposited during temperate-glacial conditions in Oligocene to Middle Miocene time (ca 34-14 Ma). The composition of the lake-bottom sediments can be deduced from mineral inclusions found in cores of accreted ice. Inclusions are represented by soft aggregates consisting mainly of clay-mica minerals and micrometre-sized quartz grains. Some of these inclusions contain subangular to semi-rounded rock clasts (siltstones and sandstones) ranging from 0.3 to 8 mm in size. In total, 31 zircon grains have been identified in two rock clasts and dated using SHRIMP-II. The ages of the studied zircons range from 0.6 to 2.0 Ga with two distinct clusters between 0.8 and 1.15 Ga and between 1.6 and 1.8 Ga. Rock clasts obviously came from the western lake shore, which is thus composed of terrigenous strata with an age of not older than 600 Ma. The sedimentary nature of the western lake shore is also confirmed by seismic refraction data showing seismic velocities there of 5.4-5.5 km s(-1) at the bedrock surface. After Lake Vostok was unsealed, its water (frozen and sampled next season) was also studied with scanning electron microscopy and X-ray microprobe analysis. This study showed the existence of calcium carbonate and silica microparticles (10-20 μm across) in frozen water.

  10. Lake-level variability and water availability in the Great Lakes

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    Wilcox, Douglas A.; Thompson, Todd A.; Booth, Robert K.; Nicholas, J.R.

    2007-01-01

    In this report, we present recorded and reconstructed (pre-historical) changes in water levels in the Great Lakes, relate them to climate changes of the past, and highlight major water-availability implications for storage, coastal ecosystems, and human activities. 'Water availability,' as conceptualized herein, includes a recognition that water must be available for human and natural uses, but the balancing of how much should be set aside for which use is not discussed. The Great Lakes Basin covers a large area of North America. The lakes capture and store great volumes of water that are critical in maintaining human activities and natural ecosystems. Water enters the lakes mostly in the form of precipitation and streamflow. Although flow through the connecting channels is a primary output from the lakes, evaporation is also a major output. Water levels in the lakes vary naturally on timescales that range from hours to millennia; storage of water in the lakes changes at the seasonal to millennial scales in response to lake-level changes. Short-term changes result from storm surges and seiches and do not affect storage. Seasonal changes are driven by differences in net basin supply during the year related to snowmelt, precipitation, and evaporation. Annual to millennial changes are driven by subtle to major climatic changes affecting both precipitation (and resulting streamflow) and evaporation. Rebounding of the Earth's surface in response to loss of the weight of melted glaciers has differentially affected water levels. Rebound rates have not been uniform across the basin, causing the hydrologic outlet of each lake to rise in elevation more rapidly than some parts of the coastlines. The result is a long-term change in lake level with respect to shoreline features that differs from site to site. The reconstructed water-level history of Lake Michigan-Huron over the past 4,700 years shows three major high phases from 2,300 to 3,300, 1,100 to 2,000, and 0 to 800

  11. Forecasting Lake-Effect Precipitation in the Great Lakes Region Using NASA Enhanced-Satellite Data

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    Cipullo, Michelle; Molthan, Andrew; Shafer, Jackie; Case, Jonathan; Jedlovec, Gary

    2011-01-01

    Lake-effect precipitation is common in the Great Lakes region, particularly during the late fall and winter. The synoptic processes of lake-effect precipitation are well understood by operational forecasters, but individual forecast events still present a challenge. Locally run, high resolution models can assist the forecaster in identifying the onset and duration of precipitation, but model results are sensitive to initial conditions, particularly the assumed surface temperature of the Great Lakes. The NASA Short-term Prediction Research and Transition (SPoRT) Center has created a Great Lakes Surface Temperature (GLST) composite, which uses infrared estimates of water temperatures obtained from the MODIS instrument aboard the Aqua and Terra satellites, other coarser resolution infrared data when MODIS is not available, and ice cover maps produced by the NOAA Great Lakes Environmental Research Lab (GLERL). This product has been implemented into the Weather Research and Forecast (WRF) model Environmental Modeling System (WRF-EMS), used within forecast offices to run local, high resolution forecasts. The sensitivity of the model forecast to the GLST product was analyzed with a case study of the Lake Effect Storm Echinacea, which produced 10 to 12 inches of snowfall downwind of Lake Erie, and 8 to 18 inches downwind of Lake Ontario from 27-29 January 2010. This research compares a forecast using the default Great Lakes surface temperatures from the Real Time Global sea surface temperature (RTG SST), in the WRF-EMS model to the enhanced NASA SPoRT GLST product to study forecast impacts. Results from this case study show that the SPoRT GLST contained less ice cover over Lake Erie and generally cooler water temperatures over Lakes Erie and Ontario. Latent and sensible heat fluxes over Lake Ontario were decreased in the GLST product. The GLST product decreased the quantitative precipitation forecast (QPF), which can be correlated to the decrease in temperatures and heat

  12. Une polychromie égyptisante du XIXe siècle sur des cercueils égyptiens antiques : étude de cas et problématiques de restauration

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    Céline Talon

    2008-10-01

    Full Text Available Au cours d’une récente campagne de conservation-restauration des cercueils et cartonnages égyptiens conservés au Musée Curtius, l’histoire matérielle complexe et passionnante de ces œuvres a été réexaminée. L’étendue des interventions anciennes par des « restaurateurs » du 19e siècle a amené beaucoup de questions au niveau des options de conservation à prendre : dé-restaurer ? Entièrement ? Partiellement ? Quelle valeur historique peut-on accorder à ces objets ?During the recent conservation & restoration of the coffins and cartonnages held in the Curtius Museum, the complex and fascinating history of these objects was re-examined. The 19th century overpaints are so widespread on the whole surface that many questions about the conservation possibilities aroused. Should we remove these pictorial and structural additions ? Completely ? Partially ? What historical value may have such objects ?

  13. L’industrie du luxe et la mode : du temps des créateurs au temps des communicants (fin XIXe, fin XXe siècle

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    Marc de Ferrière le Vayer

    2007-05-01

    Full Text Available En un siècle, le secteur de la mode en France a connu un profond bouleversement. D’un monde artisanal doté d’un grand savoir-faire, on est passé progressivement à une activité de grande production s’adressant à un marché de plus en plus large. Ainsi, les grands créateurs, tant dans la haute couture que dans le parfum, ont progressivement été remplacés par des designers touche à tout. Le marketing et la publicité deviennent les maîtres du secteur.Since the 19th century, the sector of French fashion economy has been deeply transformed. From a world of craftmen with a high know-how, it has moved to a world dominated by the industry and the mass market. The creators desappear one after another, and omnipotent designers supersede them. Today the luxury industry is ruled by marketing and advertising.

  14. À l’échelle de Chypre : “Européens indigènes” et réformes ottomanes au xixe siècle

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    Marc Aymes

    2012-01-01

    Full Text Available Comment étudier les “identités confessionnelles dans l’espace urbain” de Tuzla, “échelle du Levant” de Chypre ? En soulignant que cette bourgade (plutôt que ville se trouve au xıxe siècle orientée par une extraterritorialité consulaire, un “ailleurs” non musulman dont il s’agit de relever les empreintes urbaines. Cependant, plutôt que les consuls eux-mêmes, l’angle d’approche adopté privilégie leurs protégés, ces non musulmans soustraits à l’ordinaire des re‘âyâ mais pleinement immergés dans le quotidien de la société provinciale ottomane. L’étude entrecroisée de sources ottomanes et consulaires permet d’éclairer la spécificité de leurs patrimoines habités, mais aussi les tensions que leur imprime le déploiement dans les provinces de la régularisation réformatrice voulue à cette époque par les administrateurs d’Istanbul.

  15. L’Homme, un itinéraire vietnamien. Humanisme et sujet humain au xxe siècle Man, a Vietnamese Itinerary. Humanism and the Human Subject in the 20th Century

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    Daniel Hémery

    2009-10-01

    Full Text Available Cette étude interroge la confrontation qui s’est instaurée au Vietnam depuis le milieu du xixe siècle – et sans doute bien avant – entre la conception de l’homme-individu importée par les Occidentaux en Asie orientale et les philosophies du sujet qui s’y étaient développées depuis l’antiquité chinoise. Cette confrontation a-t-elle abouti dans la culture vietnamienne à une réévaluation socialement acceptée du statut du sujet et sur une nouvelle figure de l’humanisme ? Quel bilan provisoire dresser ?This paper examines the mid 19th century encounter in Vietnamese culture of the concept of the individual imported by Westerners to Far East Asia with the philosophical tradition of the human subject that has developed in China since the classic period. Did this conflictual encounter result in a new, socially acceptable evaluation of the human statute and in a renewed Vietnamese humanism? This article concludes with a provisional assessment of a cultural confrontation.

  16. Du sens de l`école dans les sociétés du XXI ème siècle (L`exemple de L`école française

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    Jean Biarnès

    2004-01-01

    Full Text Available Les sociétés humaines sont toutes aujourd’hui en situation de ‘révolution’. Les découvertes scientifiques de la fin du XIXème siècle et surtout celles du XXème ont radicalement changé les rapports de l’homme à l’écosystème physico-naturel dans lequel il naît, se développe, produit et meurt. Les bases ‘culturelles’1 de toutes les sociétés sont fortement ébranlées. Poser la question de savoir à quoi peut alors servir ‘l’école’ dans ces nouveaux rapports homme/ environnement, rapports encore à peine identifiés et compris, rapports en perpétuelle évolution, devient ‘la’ question incontournable des sociétés post-industrielles et au-delà, de toutes les sociétés quelque soit leur mode de développement. En prenant l’exemple du système français, nous allons essayer d’ouvrir des axes de construction de réponses possibles à cette question.

  17. Ellul, Jacques (2003. La edad de la técnica; La techinique ou l´enjeu du siècle : Barcelona: Octaedro S.L., 447 páginas.

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    Luis Dufuur

    2012-05-01

    Full Text Available Reseña del libro La edad de la técnica; La techinique ou l´enjeu du siècle (2003 J. Ellul. Barcelona: Octaedro S.L., 447 páginas. Lacques Ellul (Francia, 1912-1994 es uno de los pensadores que a lo largo de su extensa obra se dedicó a reflexionar acerca del fenómeno de la técnica y su vinculación con el hombre. Sus libros suelen ser de referencia para quienes estudian el problema de la técnica desde diversas disciplinas como la comunicación, la sociología, la antropología la economía o la educación. De una perspectiva profundamente filosófica, que combina aspectos marxistas con el cristianismo, sus libros, siempre desafiantes al problema de la técnica, interrogan al hombre a partir de los conflictos, incertidumbres y cautivaciones que ha generado el progreso técnico.

  18. Evaluation of methods to estimate lake herring spawner abundance in Lake Superior

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    Yule, D.L.; Stockwell, J.D.; Cholwek, G.A.; Evrard, L.M.; Schram, S.; Seider, M.; Symbal, M.

    2006-01-01

    Historically, commercial fishers harvested Lake Superior lake herring Coregonus artedi for their flesh, but recently operators have targeted lake herring for roe. Because no surveys have estimated spawning female abundance, direct estimates of fishing mortality are lacking. The primary objective of this study was to determine the feasibility of using acoustic techniques in combination with midwater trawling to estimate spawning female lake herring densities in a Lake Superior statistical grid (i.e., a 10′ latitude × 10′ longitude area over which annual commercial harvest statistics are compiled). Midwater trawling showed that mature female lake herring were largely pelagic during the night in late November, accounting for 94.5% of all fish caught exceeding 250 mm total length. When calculating acoustic estimates of mature female lake herring, we excluded backscattering from smaller pelagic fishes like immature lake herring and rainbow smelt Osmerus mordax by applying an empirically derived threshold of −35.6 dB. We estimated the average density of mature females in statistical grid 1409 at 13.3 fish/ha and the total number of spawning females at 227,600 (95% confidence interval = 172,500–282,700). Using information on mature female densities, size structure, and fecundity, we estimate that females deposited 3.027 billion (109) eggs in grid 1409 (95% confidence interval = 2.356–3.778 billion). The relative estimation error of the mature female density estimate derived using a geostatistical model—based approach was low (12.3%), suggesting that the employed method was robust. Fishing mortality rates of all mature females and their eggs were estimated at 2.3% and 3.8%, respectively. The techniques described for enumerating spawning female lake herring could be used to develop a more accurate stock–recruitment model for Lake Superior lake herring.

  19. A Synoptic Climatology of Heavy Rain Events in the Lake Eyre and Lake Frome Catchments

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    Michael John Pook

    2014-11-01

    Full Text Available The rare occasions when Lake Eyre in central, southern Australia fills with water excite great interest and produce major ecological responses. The filling of other smaller lakes such as Lake Frome, have less impact but can contribute important information about the current and past climates of these arid regions. Here, the dominant synoptic systems responsible for heavy rainfall over the catchments of Lake Eyre and Lake Frome since 1950 are identified and compared. Heavy rain events are defined as those where the mean catchment rainfall for 24 hours reaches a prescribed threshold. There were 25 such daily events at Lake Eyre and 28 in the Lake Frome catchment. The combination of a monsoon trough at mean sea level and a geopotential trough in the mid-troposphere was found to be the synoptic system responsible for the majority of the heavy rain events affecting Lake Eyre and one in five of the events at Lake Frome. Complex fronts where subtropical interactions occurred with Southern Ocean fronts also contributed over 20% of the heavy rainfall events in the Frome catchment. Surface troughs without upper air support were found to be associated with 10% or fewer of events in each catchment, indicating that mean sea level pressure analyses alone do not adequately capture the complexity of the heavy rainfall events. At least 80% of the heavy rain events across both catchments occurred when the Southern Oscillation Index (SOI was in its positive phase, and for Lake Frome, the SOI exceeded +10 on 60% of occasions, suggesting that the background atmospheric state in the Pacific Ocean was tilted towards La Niña. Hydrological modeling of the catchments suggests that the 12-month running mean of the soil moisture in a sub-surface layer provides a low frequency filter of the precipitation and matches measured lake levels relatively well.

  20. The "tipping" temperature within Subglacial Lake Ellsworth, West Antarctica and its implications for lake access

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    M. Thoma

    2011-03-01

    Full Text Available We present results from new geophysical data allowing 3-D modelling of the water flow within Subglacial Lake Ellsworth (SLE, West Antarctica. Our simulations indicate that this lake has a novel temperature distribution due to significantly thinner ice than other surveyed subglacial lakes. The critical pressure boundary (tipping depth, established from the semi-empirical Equation of State, defines whether the lake's flow regime is convective or stratified. It passes through SLE and separates different temperature (and flow regimes on either side of the lake. Our results have implications for the location of proposed access holes into SLE, the choice of which will depend on scientific or operational priorities. If an understanding of subglacial lake water properties and dynamics is the priority, holes are required in a basal freezing area at the North end of the lake. This would be the preferred priority suggested by this paper, requiring temperature and salinity profiles in the water column. A location near the Southern end, where bottom currents are lowest, is optimum for detecting the record of life in the bed sediments; to minimise operational risk and maximise the time span of a bed sediment core, a location close to the middle of the lake, where the basal interface is melting and the lake bed is at its deepest, remains the best choice. Considering potential lake-water salinity and ice-density variations, we estimate the critical tipping depth, separating different temperature regimes within subglacial lakes, to be in about 2900 to 3045 m depth.