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  1. Gorgias's "Helen" Revisited.

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    Schiappa, Edward

    1995-01-01

    Argues that identifying Gorgias's "Helen" as an epideictic speech is misleading; the speech is not veiled defense of the "Art of Rhetoric"; Gorgias may have inaugurated the prose genre of encomia; and "Helen"'s most significant theoretical contribution is to offer a secular account of the workings of the logos that…

  2. Arengu-koostöö, riiklikud eesmärgid ja inimeste vabatahtlikkus / Rein Raud, Marje Luup, Riina Kuusik, Johanna Helin ; intervjueerinud Liisa Past

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    2009-01-01

    Eesti poolt antavast humanitaarabist ja rahvusvahelisest arengukoostööst. Vestlusringis osalesid Tallinna ülikooli rektor Rein Raud, välisministeeriumi arengukoostöö büroo direktor Marje Luup, Õiglase kaubanduse (Fairtrade) Eesti-esindaja, arengukoostöö ümarlaua, Eesti Pagulasabi ja MTÜ Mondo asutaja Riina Kuusik, arengukoostöö ümarlaua asutaja Johanna Helin

  3. Maarja ja Helen - Kodukolde aiatoimetajad

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    2006-01-01

    "Kodukolde" aiatoimetaja Maarja Jaaniste ja maastikukujundaja Helen Virkunen toovad nüüdsest lugejani aia- ja maastikuveerge. Mõlemad on lõpetanud Jäneda aia- ja maastikukujunduse kursusse (1996.1999). Maarja ja Helen tutvustavad teineteist

  4. A tribute to Helen Leith

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    Atkinson, Jessica; Cave, Phoene; McDermott, Orii

    2015-01-01

    I met Helen Leith when she in 2010 participated in her first PhD course at the Doctoral Programme in Music Therapy in Aalborg. I feel very privileged to have met Helen, a unique person and a dedicated and inspiring researcher. She will be remembered by the team in Aalborg and her colleagues with ...

  5. Rebuilding Mount St. Helens

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    Schilling, Steve P.; Ramsey, David W.; Messerich, James A.; Thompson, Ren A.

    2006-01-01

    On May 18, 1980, Mount St. Helens, Washington exploded in a spectacular and devastating eruption that shocked the world. The eruption, one of the most powerful in the history of the United States, removed 2.7 cubic kilometers of rock from the volcano's edifice, the bulk of which had been constructed by nearly 4,000 years of lava-dome-building eruptions. In seconds, the mountain's summit elevation was lowered from 2,950 meters to 2,549 meters, leaving a north-facing, horseshoe-shaped crater over 2 kilometers wide. Following the 1980 eruption, Mount St. Helens remained active. A large lava dome began episodically extruding in the center of the volcano's empty crater. This dome-building eruption lasted until 1986 and added about 80 million cubic meters of rock to the volcano. During the two decades following the May 18, 1980 eruption, Crater Glacier formed tongues of ice around the east and west sides of the lava dome in the deeply shaded niche between the lava dome and the south crater wall. Long the most active volcano in the Cascade Range with a complex 300,000-year history, Mount St. Helens erupted again in the fall of 2004 as a new period of dome building began within the 1980 crater. Between October 2004 and February 2006, about 80 million cubic meters of dacite lava erupted immediately south of the 1980-86 lava dome. The erupting lava separated the glacier into two parts, first squeezing the east arm of the glacier against the east crater wall and then causing equally spectacular crevassing and broad uplift of the glacier's west arm. Vertical aerial photographs document dome growth and glacier deformation. These photographs enabled photogrammetric construction of a series of high-resolution digital elevation models (DEMs) showing changes from October 4, 2004 to February 9, 2006. From the DEMs, Geographic Information Systems (GIS) applications were used to estimate extruded volumes and growth rates of the new lava dome. The DEMs were also used to quantify dome

  6. Helen Mirreni kuningannad / Jaanus Noormets

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    Noormets, Jaanus

    2007-01-01

    Stephen Frearsi mängufilm "Kuninganna" ("The Queen") : stsenarist Peter Morgan : kuninganna Elizabeth II kehastab Helen Mirren, peaminister Tony Blair'i Michael Sheen : Suurbritannia, 2006. H. Mirreni filmiauhindadest ja Oscarivõimalustest selle rolli eest

  7. Special report: Mt. St. Helens

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    Mt. St Helens Volcano, Cascade Range, Southern Washington, USA (46.20°N, 122.18°W.) All times are local (GMT - 7 h through October 24, GMT - 8 h thereafter. Lava extrusion that probably began October 30 added a new lobe to the composite dome in the crater of Mt. St. Helens. After lava extrusion ended September 10 (see September 22 Eos), rates of deformation in the crater remained low for several weeks, as they had after earlier extrusion episodes. Sulfur dioxide emission ranged from 70 to 190 tons per day between October 9 and 24, but showed no particular trends. Inflation of the dome has caused small thrust faults to form in the surrounding crater floor. In early October the most active thrust, south of the dome, was moving at about 1.5 cm/d, and stations on the north crater rampart showed outward movement of about 0.5 cm/d. By October 24 these rates had increased to 14.5 and 3.5-4 cm/d, respectively, and leveling profiles perpendicular to the dome showed that crater floor tilt rates had reached 400-500 μrad/d, prompting the U.S. Geological Survey (USGS) to issue an advisory prediction of renewed lava extrusion within the next two weeks.

  8. IPv6 for HelenOS

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    Steinhauser, Antonín

    2013-01-01

    This thesis extends HelenOS operating system in order to be IPv6 capa- ble. New IPv6 protocol implementation is on the same level as previous IPv4 protocol implementation. HelenOS networking stack now offers three modes of networking: IPv4-only, IPv6-only and dual stack mode. Dual stack mode enables usage of both protocols at once. The thesis describes previous state of HelenOS networking stack, analyzes differences between IPv4 and IPv6 protocols and gives reasons for single strategic decisi...

  9. 1980 Mount Saint Helens, USA Images

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    National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, Department of Commerce — An earthquake occurred at 15 32 UT, only seconds before the explosion that began the eruption of Mount St. Helens volcano. This eruption and blast blew off the top...

  10. Eruption of Mount St. Helens, May 18, 1980

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    National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, Department of Commerce — The May 18, 1980 eruption of Mount Saint Helens was the most destructive in the history of the United States. Mt. Saint Helens is located in southwest Washington in...

  11. Helene elukool pandi filmi / Külli Kriis

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    Kriis, Külli, 1961-

    2010-01-01

    Dokumentaalfilmide sarja "Eesti lood" osana valminud filmist "Helene elukool", mis räägib Maidla põhikooli loodusainete õpetaja Helene Urva esimesest õpetaja-aastast. Filmi režissöör on Liis Nimik

  12. Helen Liddell : Uute turgude avanemine on eelis / Helen Liddell ; interv. Annika Poldre

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    Liddell, Helen

    2003-01-01

    Shotimaa riigisekretär Helen Liddell Euroopa Liidu mõjudest Shotimaale ja shotlastele, shotlaste arvamusest EL-i laienemise kohta, konkurentsist põllumajanduses, üleminekust eurole, shotlaste arvamusest EL-is toimuvate muutuste kohta. Tabel: Shotimaa

  13. The Helen logos and Herodotus’ Fingerprint

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    de Jong, I.; Baragwanath, E.; de Bakker, M.

    2012-01-01

    Herodotus' discussion of the Trojan War in Histories 2.112-20 consists mainly of two strands: a historiographical evaluation of his sources, Homer and the Egyptian priests (116-17, 120), and the presentation of an alternative version (Helen never went to Troy but stayed in Egypt), as heard from the

  14. The Ghost Tradition: Helen Of Troy In The Elizabethan Era

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    RADUCANU ADRIANA

    2014-12-01

    Full Text Available Reputedly the most beautiful woman who has ever lived, Helen of Troy (or Sparta is less well known for her elusive, ghost-like dimension. Homer wrote that the greatest war of Western classical antiquity started because of Helen's adultery followed by her elopement to Troy. Other ancient writers and historians, among theme Aeschylus, Stesichorus, Hesiod, Pausanias, Aristophanes, Euripides and Gorgias of Leontini, challenged the Homeric version, in various ways and attempted to exonerate Helen either by focusing on her phantom/ ghost/ as the generic object of man's desire and scorn or by casting doubt on the mechanisms of the blaming process. This paper argues that the Elizabethans Christopher Marlowe and William Shakespeare adopted and adapted the anti-Homer version of the depiction of Helen, what I here call “the ancient Helen ghost tradition”; nevertheless, in so doing they further reinforced the character's demonic features and paradoxically achieved a return to the adulterous Homeric Helen.

  15. Helene Deutsch: a life in theory.

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    Thompson, N L

    1987-04-01

    Evaluations of Helene Deutsch's work on female psychology almost invariably focus on her idealization of motherhood and on her attribution of narcissism, passivity, and masochism to the "feminine" woman. The author suggests that identification plays a more important role in Deutsch's portrayal of feminine development than has hitherto been acknowledged. Deutsch treats identification as a reparative process that enables women to overcome major traumata by allowing them to re-experience the initial bliss of the mother-child relationship. The biographical origins of Deutsch's theory of feminine development are explored, and an assessment offered of how her reliance on personal experience both enhanced and inhibited its explanatory power.

  16. The opsis of Helen: Performative Intertextuality in Euripides

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    Aspasia Skouroumouni Stavrinou

    2015-02-01

    Full Text Available Features of the play’s staging, costume, and gestures achieve a series of allusions to comparable features in the genre of comedy and thus reinforce the comic elements of the plot and characters of Helen.

  17. Satellite sar detection of hurricane helene (2006)

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    Ju, Lian; Cheng, Yongcun; Xu, Qing

    2013-01-01

    In this paper, the wind structure of hurricane Helene (2006) over the Atlantic Ocean is investigated from a C-band RADARSAT-1 synthetic aperture radar (SAR) image acquired on 20 September 2006. First, the characteristics, e.g., the center, scale and area of the hurricane eye (HE) are determined....... There is a good agreement between the SAR-estimated HE center location and the best track data from the National Hurricane Center. The wind speeds at 10 m above the ocean surface are also retrieved from the SAR data using the geophysical model function (GMF), CMOD5, and compared with in situ wind speed...... observations from the stepped frequency microwave radiometer (SFMR) on NOAA P3 aircraft. All the results show the capability of hurricane monitoring by satellite SAR. Copyright © 2013 by the International Society of Offshore and Polar Engineers (ISOPE)....

  18. On the Determination of the Mass of Helene

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    Jacobson, Robert Arthur

    2017-10-01

    Helene is the largest of Dione's co-orbital satellites; it librates about the L4 Lagrangian point. The smaller co-orbital, Polydeuces, librates about the L5 Lagrangian point. Since their discoveries, we have included both as members of the Saturnian satellite system for ephemeris development because observations of their motions lead to a determination of the mass of Dione. Theoretically, it should also be possible to infer the mass of the co-orbitals by observing their effect on the motion of Dione. Of course, because of their small sizes, Helene's mean radius is 18 km and that of Polydeuces is 1.3 km, their masses are presumed to be small. Consequently, very precise observations of Dione are required to be able to detect perturbations due to them. We believe that the Doppler tracking of Cassini during five close flybys of Dione may have provided a detection of Helene (Polydeuces is too small). The Doppler data were acquired for the purpose of determining Dione's gravity field. However, those data also provide a strong constraint on the orbital position of Dione. We included Helene's GM as one of the gravity parameters in our development of our post-Cassini Saturnian satellite ephemeris. That analysis relies on an extensive data set including the Cassini radiometric tracking. Our formal data fit yielded a statistically significant, but quite small, value for the GM, suggesting that Helene has an extremely low density. Perhaps it is a very porous body or a loose conglomeration of material collected at L4. We also examined possible bounds on the GM and found that assuming a massless Helene degrades the fit of the Dione orbit to the data. Moreover, assuming masses consistent with significant densities also degrades the fit. Our conclusion is that the actual GM of Helene is at least as large as our formal estimated value, but not large enough to be consistent with a 0.5 g cm-3 density.

  19. Helen Sirp - talent kodus ja võõrsil / Auri Jürna

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    Jürna, Auri, 1984-

    2013-01-01

    Eesti väljapanek "Ministry of Creative Affairs" Londoni moenädalal International Fashion Showcase. Väljapaneku autoriteks Helen Sirp, Kadri Kruus, Kristina Viirpalu, Kristian Steinberg, Karl Annus. Pikemalt Helen Sirbist

  20. Advanced pulse generator and preamplifier for the HELEN laser

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    Norman, Michael J.; Harvey, E. J.; Hopps, N. W.; Nolan, J. R.; Smith, W. F. E.

    1997-12-01

    A replacement for the HELEN laser has been proposed that would involve a considerable increase in performance up to 100 TW from 32 beams. The design for the new laser is to be based on the technology being developed for the US National Ignition Facility. The pulse generation and preamplification stages employ novel technologies and represent a significant departure from previous designs. As part of the laser replacement development program a pulse generator and preamplifier have been built and installed on the HELEN laser at AWE, based on those employed on the Beamlet laser physics demonstration facility at Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory. As well as providing experience of the technologies involved, this system represents a significant enhancement of the performance of HELEN. Initial pulses are generated by a diode-pumped Q-switched Neodymium-doped Yttrium Lithium Fluoride ring oscillator. These are then launched into optical fiber and transported to a series of two integrated optics amplitude modulators for pulse shaping. The resulting pulses are then transported by optical fibers to a ring regenerative preamplifier for amplification to a level suitable for input to the HELEN laser. We describe this system, its performance and the enhanced capabilities of the HELEN laser resulting from its installation.

  1. Volcano ecology: flourishing on the flanks of Mount St. Helens

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    Rhonda Mazza; Charlie Crisafulli

    2016-01-01

    Mount St. Helens’ explosive eruption on May 18, 1980, was a pivotal moment in the field of disturbance ecology. The subsequent sustained, integrated research effort has shaped the development of volcano ecology, an emerging field of focused research. Excessive heat, burial, and impact force are some of the disturbance mechanisms following an eruption. They are also...

  2. Kuidas läks? / Helen Sooväli

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    Sooväli, Helen, 1974-

    2009-01-01

    Tallinna Ülikoolis esitleti virtuaalkeskkonnas Second Life Eestit välisriikides tutvustav rändnäitus "Pildistatud Eesti". Fotode autoriteks on Annika Haas, Birgit Püve, Ingmar Muusikus ja Gabriela Järvet. Näituse kuraator Helen Sooväli. Näitus avati esmalt Eesti saatkonna hoones Washingtonis

  3. Blind Rage: An Open Letter to Helen Keller

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    Kleege, Georgina

    2007-01-01

    In a letter addressed to Helen Keller, the author discusses the frustrations of being blind in the modern-day world. She reflects on the seeming pettiness of her complaints next to the difficulties Keller would have faced, especially given all of the new technologies and accommodations available to the blind. She wonders how Keller dealt with her…

  4. Eesti disain / Eve Arpo, Ruth-Helene Melioranski

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    Arpo, Eve

    2009-01-01

    Ülevaade Eesti kapitalil põhinevatest ettevõtetest, mis toodavad mööblit, valgusteid, tekstiilitooteid. Eesti Disainikeskuse tegevusest, disainerite ja ettevõtjate koostööst räägib Ruth-Helene Melioranski

  5. Inpatient management of borderline personality disorder at Helen ...

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    Objective: The aim of this report was to establish a profile of patients with borderline personality disorder (BPD) admitted to the acute inpatient psychiatric assessment unit at the Helen Joseph Hospital, in Johannesburg, over the course of 1 year. Methods: A retrospective record review was conducted to investigate the ...

  6. Small particles in plumes of Mount St. Helens

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    Rose, W. I.; Chuan, R. L.; Woods, D. C.

    1982-01-01

    Particles in the size range 0.1-25 microns were sampled by aircraft carrying a quartz crystal microcascade in the Mount St. Helens plume on three dates in August and September 1980. Two of the sampling dates represented 'typical' emissions of the volcano between plinian eruptions. One sampling flight was made 1-4 hours before the small plinian eruption of August 7, 1980 when the plume had become discontinuous and visibly darker. The plume sampled on August 7, before the eruption, contained mainly approximately 2-micron diameter silicic glass particles, fragments of the Mount St. Helens magma. The typical plumes sampled on September 22 and August 6 had much smaller concentrations of particles, trimodal size distributions with peaks at 10, 0.4, and 0.1 microns. The particles were largely nonsilicate and apparently represented Cu-Zn oxide (10 micron peak), Al sulfate, chloride, and oxide, and sulfuric acid (smallest size peak).

  7. Kunstnike ÜhesHingamine / Helen Sooväli

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    Sooväli, Helen, 1974-

    2009-01-01

    Näitus "Eesti nägu" Tallinna Kunstihoone Galeriis. Osalevad Eve Kask ning Eesti Kunstiakadeemia klaasi ja graafika eriala üliõpilased (loetletud). Juhendajaks Eve Kask koostöös Tallinna Ülikooli vanemteaduri Helen Soovälja ja kunstiajaloolase Ott Sandrakuga. Omaette väljapanekuga osaleb näitusel spetsiaalselt näituse jaoks kirjutatud tekstidega 17 eesti kirjanikku (loetletud). Näituse on kujundanud Terje Kallast ja Urmas Luure

  8. Helene: The Face that Launched a Thousand Slips

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    Moore, J. M.; Howard, A. D.; Schenk, P.; Thomas, P. C.

    2013-12-01

    Helene, (~17.6 km mean radius) is a L4 Trojan co-orbital of Saturn's moon Dione. Its hemisphere features an unusual morphology consisting of broad depressions and a generally smooth surface patterned with streaks and grooves. The streaks appear to be oriented down-gradient, as are the grooves. This pattern suggests intensive mass-wasting as a dominant process on the leading hemisphere. Kilometer-scale impact craters are very sparse on the leading hemisphere other than the degraded km-scale basins defining the overall satellite shape, and many small craters have a diffuse appearance suggesting ongoing mass wasting. Thus mass wasting must dominate surface-modifying processes at present. In fact, the mass wasting appears to have been sufficient in magnitude to narrow the divides between adjacent basins to narrow septa, similar, but in lower relief, to the honeycomb pattern of Hyperion. The prominent groves occur primarily near topographic divides and appear have cut into a broad, slightly lower albedo surface largely conforming to the present topography but elevated a few meters above the smooth surfaces undergoing mass wasting flow. Low ridges and albedo markings on the surface suggest surface flow of materials traveling up to several kilometers. Diffusive mass wasting produces smooth surfaces - such a pattern characterizes most of the low-lying surfaces. The grooves, however, imply that the transport process is advective at those locations where they occur, that is, erosion tends to concentrate along linear pathways separated by divides. In fact, in many places grooves have a fairly regular spacing of 125-160 m, defining a characteristic erosional scale. Several questions are prompted by the unusual morphology of Helene: 1) What is the nature of the surface materials? 2) Are the transport processes gradual or catastrophic motion from one or a few events? 3) What mechanisms drive mass wasting and groove development? 4) Have the formative processes been active in the

  9. Colonos y soldados en Oriente Helenístico

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    Adolfo Domínguez Monedero

    1994-01-01

    Full Text Available Este artículo estudia las formas que asume el asentamiento de soldados en el mundo helenístico. En primer lugar, se estudia la época de Alejandro Magno en cuanto que precedente; en efecto, Alejandro ha utilizado en gran medida a sus soldados para fundar nuevas colonias, que son un medio de proteger y defender sus conquistas. Este procedimiento ha sido igualmente empleado por sus sucesores, los reyes helenísticos. Aquí estudio ante todo los reinos Seiéucida y Tolemaico, haciendo especial hincapié en los diferentes métodos de los que cada uno de ellos se ha servido, y los distintos fines que debía alcanzar cada una de sus respectivas políticas de asentamiento. Del mismo modo, en cada uno de los tres casos abordados me detengo ante todo en las relaciones entre macedonios, griegos, indígenas y no griegos en general en las nuevas fundaciones. Como conclusión, se resalta el sentido general de todo el proceso en la conformación del mundo helenístico.This paper analyzes the ways in which the settlement of soldiers has been accomplished in the Hellenistic world. Firstly, I study the age of Alexander the Great as a precedent; Alexander has greatly used his soldiers in the foundation of new colonies as a way to protect and defend his conquests. This procedure has been also used by his successors, the Hellenistic kings. I study mainly the Seleucid and the Ptolemaic Kingdoms, stressing the different ways each of them has used, and the different purposes of their different settiement politics. In the three cases deait the relations between Macedonians, Greeks, Natives and non-greeks in general in the new foundations are underlined. As a conclusión the overall meaning of all the process in the shaping of the Hellenistic worid is emphasized.

  10. A Poet at Work: The Parody of Helen in the Thesmophoriazusae

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    Gian Franco Nieddu

    2010-11-01

    Full Text Available The detailed use which Aristophanes in Thesmophoriazusae makes of scenes and lines of Euripides' Helen implies study of a written text, not just recollection of general situations or scattered individual lines.

  11. Kool ja kultuur / Eduard Ubaleht, Kersti Liivak, Õile Kalme, Helen Lauk

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    2002-01-01

    Albu mõisahoones asuvast Albu Põhikoolist räägivad kooli direktor Eduard Ubaleht, kunstiõpetaja Kersti Liivak, kooli endine direktor, algklassiõpetaja Õile Kalme ja kooli vilistlane Helen Lauk / vahendas Aime Jaagus

  12. Resonancias Vocales y Memoria Sonora en Helen Brown

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    Andrés Grumann Sölter

    2016-09-01

    Full Text Available El artículo se concentra en indagar aspectos referidos a la intensificación de los usos de la voz y la sonorización musical que proponen Trinidad Piriz y Daniel Marabolí en Helen Brown (2013. Dando cuenta de un marco teórico que cuestiona la dimensión referencial con la que se analiza frecuentemente al teatro y proponiendo una aproximación fenomenológica que dé cuenta de la materialidad performativa que insta a intensificar las resonancias de la voz y la capacidad audible del sonido, el escrito analiza dos escenas o tracks en los que la memoria hecha cuerpo compromete de un modo particular a los espectadores que participan de la performance escénica.

  13. Mount St. Helens: A 30-year legacy of volcanism

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    Vallance, James W.; Gardner, Cynthia A.; Scott, William E.; Iverson, Richard M.; Pierson, Thomas C.

    2010-01-01

    The spectacular eruption of Mount St. Helens on 18 May 1980 electrified scientists and the public. Photodocumentation of the colossal landslide, directed blast, and ensuing eruption column—which reached as high as 25 kilometers in altitude and lasted for nearly 9 hours—made news worldwide. Reconnaissance of the devastation spurred efforts to understand the power and awe of those moments (Figure 1). The eruption remains a seminal historical event—studying it and its aftermath revolutionized the way scientists approach the field of volcanology. Not only was the eruption spectacular, but also it occurred in daytime, at an accessible volcano, in a country with the resources to transform disaster into scientific opportunity, amid a transformation in digital technology. Lives lost and the impact of the eruption on people and infrastructure downstream and downwind made it imperative for scientists to investigate events and work with communities to lessen losses from future eruptions.

  14. Lower Crustal and Moho Reflections Beneath Mount St. Helens

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    Levander, A.; Kiser, E.; Zelt, C. A.; Creager, K.; Ulberg, C. W.; Schmandt, B.; Hansen, S. M.; Abers, G. A.

    2016-12-01

    The multi-disciplinary project iMUSH (imaging Magma Under St. Helens) was designed to illuminate the magmatic system beneath Mount St Helens (MSH) from the subducting Juan de Fuca slab to the surface using seismic, magnetotelluric, and petrologic data. The iMUSH active source experiment consisted of 23 large shots and 6000 seismograph locations. Included in the active-source seismic experiment were 2 dense linear profiles striking NW-SE and NE-SW, each with over 1000 receivers ( 150 m spacing) and 8 shots. Using the 1D average velocity model around MSH determined from travel-time analysis (Kiser et al., 2016, Geology), we have common-midpoint stacked STA/LTA envelope functions from all of the data along the NW-SE profile. A number of bright reflection events in the CMP section show remarkably good correspondence with abrupt velocity changes that were imaged in the 2D travel-time analysis in the mid to lower crust and at the Moho: Reflections appear at 20-25 km depth at the tops of two lower crustal high velocity (Vp > 7.5 km/s) bodies. One of these high velocity bodies is directly beneath MSH. The other is 40 km SE of MSH, under the Indian Heaven volcanic field, a basaltic field last active 9 ka. We have interpreted the high velocity bodies as cumulates from Quaternary or Tertiary volcanism. Separating the two high Vp bodies is a lower velocity column (Vp ≤ 6.5 km/s) dipping to the SE from the midcrust to the Moho. In the CMP section, the Moho reflection is bright under the region of low velocity and dims beneath both of the high velocity lower crustal bodies. Seismicity associated with the 1980 eruption extended from the summit to 20 km depth, stopping just above the bright reflection at the top of the MSH high Vp body. Deep long period events under MSH, often associated with motion of magmatic fluids, cluster at 20-30 km depth along the southeastern edge of the same reflection. This leads us to suggest that lower crustal magmas migrate along the southeastern

  15. Geologic Map of the Helen Planitia Quadrangle (V-52), Venus

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    Lopez, Ivan; Hansen, Vicki L.

    2008-01-01

    The Magellan spacecraft orbited Venus from August 10, 1990, until it plunged into the Venusian atmosphere on October 12, 1994. Magellan Mission objectives included (1) improving the knowledge of the geological processes, surface properties, and geologic history of Venus by analysis of surface radar characteristics, topography, and morphology and (2) improving the knowledge of the geophysics of Venus by analysis of Venusian gravity. The Helen Planitia quadrangle (V-52), located in the southern hemisphere of Venus between lat 25 deg S. and 50 deg S. and between long 240 deg E. and 270 deg E., covers approximately 8,000,000 km2. Regionally, the map area is located at the southern limit of an area of enhanced tectonomagmatic activity and extensional deformation, marked by a triangle that has highland apexes at Beta, Atla, and Themis Regiones (BAT anomaly) and is connected by the large extensional belts of Devana, Hecate, and Parga Chasmata. The BAT anomaly covers approximately 20 percent of the Venusian surface.

  16. Ocean Surface Wind Speed of Hurricane Helene Observed by SAR

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    Xu, Qing; Cheng, Yongcun; Li, Xiaofeng

    2011-01-01

    The hurricanes can be detected by many remote sensors, but synthetic aperture radar (SAR) can yield high-resolution (sub-kilometer) and low-level wind information that cannot be seen below the cloud by other sensors. In this paper, an assessment of SAR capability of monitoring high-resolution hur......The hurricanes can be detected by many remote sensors, but synthetic aperture radar (SAR) can yield high-resolution (sub-kilometer) and low-level wind information that cannot be seen below the cloud by other sensors. In this paper, an assessment of SAR capability of monitoring high......-resolution hurricane was conducted. A case study was carried out to retrieve ocean surface wind field from C-band RADARSAT-1 SAR image which captured the structure of hurricane Helene over the Atlantic Ocean on 20 September, 2006. With wind direction from the outputs of U.S. Navy Operational Global Atmospheric...... Prediction System (NOGAPS) model, C-band geophysical model functions (GMFs) which describe the normalized radar cross section (NRCS) dependence on the wind speed and the geometry of radar observations (i.e., incidence angle and azimuth angle with respect to wind direction) such as CMOD5 and newly developed...

  17. Blob-ology and biology of cryo-EM: an interview with Helen Saibil.

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    Saibil, Helen R

    2017-08-31

    Helen Saibil is Bernal Professor of Structural Biology at Birkbeck, University of London. After undergraduate work at McGill University, Canada, Helen moved to London for her PhD at Kings College. After stints at CEA Grenoble and the University of Oxford, she moved to Birkbeck where her lab studies the operation of macromolecular machinery-including molecular chaperones, protein folding/misfolding, and host cell interactions with pathogens. Helen is a Fellow of the Royal Society, Fellow of the Academy of Medical Sciences, and an Honorary Member of both the British Biophysical Society and the Royal Microscopical Society. She talked to us about the background, recent developments, and future prospects in cryo-electron microscopy.

  18. Multi-Wavelength investigation of the co-orbital moons Dione and Helene

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    Royer, Emilie M.; Hendrix, Amanda R.; Howett, Carly; Spilker, Linda

    2017-10-01

    The icy satellites Dione and Helene share the same orbit, at 6.26 Saturn radii from the giant planet, which is within Saturn’s diffuse E ring. Helene is one of Dione’s two Trojan moons, located in the leading Lagrangian point L4 of Dione’s orbit. We present here preliminary results on the investigation of the Dione-Helene duo in term of origin, formation and evolution. Specifically, the key objectives are to retrieve the photometric properties and composition of the moons to answer questions such as: Are the Dione and Helene surfaces made of the same material? Did they form in the same region of the Solar System? Is one satellite older than the other? Have they experienced the same amount of space weathering?To provide the most complete evaluation of the Dione and Helene surfaces and advance our understanding of how exogenic processes affect the surfaces of icy satellites we use the synergy of four of the Cassini instruments: UVIS (Ultraviolet Imaging Spectrograph), ISS (Imaging Science Subsystem), VIMS (Visual and Infrared Mapping Spectrometer) and CIRS (Composite Infrared Spectrometer). Composite disk-integrated spectra of both moons have been produced to conduct spectral modeling over a large wavelength range from the ultraviolet to the infrared, from 111nm to 1mm. Until now, most investigations have focused only on one wavelength domain, telling only part of the story. A multi-wavelength analysis allows an in-depth investigation of the surfaces of the Saturnian satellites as each wavelength probes a different layer of the surface. Special attention is directed toward the search for correlations of basic properties (albedo, scattering properties, texture, grain size, composition, porosity, thermal properties) between Dione and Helene.

  19. Racism, Disable-ism, and Heterosexism in the Making of Helen Keller

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    2008-01-01

    In his paper "Racism, Disable-ism, and Heterosexism in the Making of Helen Keller" Andy Prettol offers an analysis of prevailing narratives about Helen Keller. Prettol focuses on the dynamic interplay of race, (dis)ability, sexuality, and gender inherent to all Keller stories of triumph that are so popular in elementary schools across the U.S. He examines three specific works: William Gibson's playscript The Miracle Worker, written in 1956; the film of the same title directed by Arthur Penn i...

  20. Source parameters of microearthquakes at Mount St Helens (USA)

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    Tusa, Giuseppina; Brancato, Alfonso; Gresta, Stefano; Malone, Stephen D.

    2006-01-01

    We estimate the source parameters for a selection of microearthquakes that occurred at Mount St Helens in the period 1995–1998. Excluding the activity of 2004 September, this time period includes the most intense episode of earthquake activity since the last dome-building eruption in 1986 October. 200 seismograms were processed to obtain seismic moments, source radii, stress drops and average fault slip. The source parameters were determined from the spectral analysis of P waves, after correction for attenuation and site effects. In particular, P-wave quality (Qp) and site (S) factors have been previously calculated in the frequency ranges 2–7 Hz and 18–30 Hz. Because it was impossible to perform corrections for Qp and S over the whole spectrum we applied a new approach, based on the notion of ‘holed spectrum’, to estimate spectral parameters. The term ‘holed spectrum’ indicates a spectrum lacking corrected spectral amplitude values at certain frequencies. We carried out a statistical study to verify that dealing with the ‘holed spectrum’ does not lead to significant differences in the estimates of spectral parameters. We also investigated the dependence of spectral parameters (low-frequency level, corner frequency and high-frequency decay) on the bandwidth of spectral hole, and defined the threshold values for three different spectral models. Displacement ‘holed spectra’, corrected by attenuation and site response, are then used to determine spectral parameters in order to calculate seismic source parameters. Seismic moments range from 1017 to 1019 dyne-cm, source dimensions from 100 to 350 m, and average fault slip from 0.003 to 0.1 cm. Self-similarity seems to break down in that stress drops are very low (0.1–1 bars). We postulate that seismicity is associated with a brittle shear failure mechanism occurring in a highly heterogeneous material under a relatively low stress regime.

  1. Stress tensor computations at Mount St. Helens (1995-1998

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    S. Gresta

    2000-06-01

    Full Text Available Fault plane solutions of 459 events occurring between 1995 and 1998 at Mount St. Helens (State of Washington, Northwest U.S.A. were considered in order to infer the state of stress beneath the volcano. These events occurred in two distinct depth zones. The shallower zone is between 2 and 5.5 km, with shocks clustering in a tight cylindrical distribution about 1 km in radius directly beneath the crater. The deeper events are spread over a larger volume from 5.5 to 10 km depth and surround an aseismic zone below and slightly west of the lava dome. Faulting is characterized by a mixture of strike-slip, reverse and normal faults with maximum compression axes which do not cluster around a single direction. In the deep zone, between 5.5 and 10 km, P axes define a wheel-spoke pattern pointing radially away from the center of the aseismic zone. The 459 fault plane solutions were inverted for stress tensor parameters using the algorithm of Gephart and Forsyth. The inversion of the whole data set revealed that faulting was not produced by a uniform stress distribution. The subdivision of the zone into smaller volumes significantly reduced misfit and confidence areas of the solutions, whereas temporal subdivision of the sample did not lead to significant improvements in terms of stress uniformity. We suggest that the inhomogeneous stress field is consistent with a varying pressure source originating from the inferred crustal magma chamber and a thin conduit extending above it.

  2. Two cases of induced insanity. Helene Deutsch, Cambridge, Mass.

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    Roazen, P

    1981-01-01

    "Two cases of induced insanity", hitherto untranslated, was Helene Deutsch's first (1918) psychoanalytic paper; she presented Freud with a copy of it during the beginning of her analysis with him. As an experienced clinician who had studied under both Wagner von Jauregg in Vienna and Emil Kraepelin in Munich, Deutsch observed these cases during World War I as the University of Vienna's psychiatric facilities. Although the general reading public knows her best for her The Psychology of Women, she also wrote some well-known clinical papers; and it is characteristic of her that she brought these two cases without excessive theoretical speculation. In "Two cases in induced insanity" Deutsch described some of the strains of the wartime situation, and how whole families could join in hysterical confabulations in order to cope with emotional distress. One of her most famous later clinical contribution had to do with the emotional impoverishment of 'as if' personalities and their specific suggestibility. In other papers she continued her early concern with disturbed identification. As one examines Deutsch's work it is possible to fill out the history of psychoanalytic psychology. Without ignoring her later increase in theoretical sophistication, in "Two cases of induced insanity" we find Deutsch remarkably tolerant in her willingness to suspend judgement about the sources and fate of morbid thinking. A key therapeutic recommendation of hers was to separate the family members to allow their reality to return. Like some recent critics of undue diagnostic name-calling she advocated hesitation in discerning of disease entities as well as cautionary approach to treatment. The nature of familial love may leave everyone "normal" prone to disturbances which are not necessarily to be treated as a psychiatric illness. This example of one of Deutsch's first professional essays reflects the early thinking of a giant in psychoanalysis. She followed Freud in the conviction that the

  3. Under the Threat of Mount Saint Helens: A Study of Chronic Family Stress.

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    1982-02-01

    unable to predict how the mountain will act in the future. 12 A series of sharp - arthquakes began this morning at Mt. St. Helens, fol- lowed by lava...Civile Centro Studi Difesa Civile Los Alamos Scientific Laboratory Rome, Italy ATTN: Document Library Los Alamos, New Mexico 87544 1 Office of Civil

  4. De eeuwigheid verzameld : Helene Kröller-Müller (1869-1939)

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    Rovers, E.M.

    2010-01-01

    Een kist met 3400 brieven ligt aan de basis van de binnenkort te verschijnen biografie ‘De eeuwigheid verzameld’ van Helene Kröller-Müller (1869-1939), de grondlegster van het gelijknamige museum in Otterlo. Dankzij dit unieke bronnenmateriaal kon auteur Eva Rovers een nieuw licht werpen op de

  5. An Interview: Helen B. Landgarten, MA, MFCC, A.T.R.-BC, HLM.

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    Warren, Linda A.

    1995-01-01

    An interview with Helen B. Landgarten, a pioneer in art psychotherapy, addresses how she came to work in this field, her training, her experience with Jungian therapy, current approaches to training art therapists, her own painting, and the role of the American Art Therapy Association today. (DB)

  6. The Larry Jarret House Program at the Helen Beebe Speech and Hearing Center.

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    Goldberg, Donald M.; Talbot, Pamela J.

    1993-01-01

    The Larry Jarret House is a one-week in-residence program of the Helen Beebe Speech and Hearing Center in Easton, Pennsylvania, for parents of children with hearing impairments. The program is designed to help parents maximize their child's use of residual hearing in daily life situations to develop spoken language. (JDD)

  7. Revised /sup 14/C age for St. Helens Y tephra at Tonquin Pass, British Columbia

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    Luckman, B.H.; Kearney, M.S.; King, R.H.; Beaudoin, A.B.

    1986-05-01

    The age of a Mount St. Helens set Y tephra at Tonquin Pass, British Columbia, previously assumed to be 4300 years BP, is revised to ca. 3400 years BP, based on bracketing /sup 14/C dates of 3140 +/- 70 (Beta 13558) and 3680 +/- 80 years BP (Beta 13559). The implications of this revision for tephrostratigraphy of this area are discussed.

  8. Helen Mirren võitis Elizabeth II rolliga brittide Oscari / Triin Tael

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    Tael, Triin

    2007-01-01

    Stephen Frearsi mängufilmis "Kuninganna" ("The Queen") kuninganna Elizabeth II kehastav Helen Mirren sai oma rolli eest parima naisnäitleja Bafta (Briti filmiakadeemia auhind). Linateos pälvis ka aasta parima filmi tiitli. Ka teistest võitjatest

  9. Evolution of Crater Glacier, Mount St. Helens, Washington, September 2006-November 2009

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    Walder, Joseph S.; Schilling, Steven P.; Sherrod, David R.; Vallance, James W.

    2010-01-01

    Lava-dome emplacement through a glacier was observed for the first time during the 2004-08 eruption of Mount St. Helens and documented using photography, photogrammetry, and geodetic measurements. Previously published reports present such documentation through September 2006; this report extends that documentation until November 2009.

  10. Novel peach flower types in a segregating population from ‘Helen Borchers’

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    Several new peach (Prunus persica) flower types were discovered in an F2 segregating population from an open-pollinated, non-showy-flowered F1 seedling of ‘Helen Borchers’, a double-flowered ornamental cultivar. The novel flower types were white and red single-flowered, non-showy blooms, as well as ...

  11. Musik, Spiritualität und Psychotherapie - Helen L. Bonnys Leben und Werk

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    Maack, Carola

    2012-01-01

    Helen L. Bonny's life is described with an emphasis on her experiences of music and sprituality. These areas of experiences are (1) empiphaniy during music performance; (2) the role of music during drug-induced altered states of consciousness that may include spiritual experiences; (3) listening ...... to music as bringe to spiritual experiences; and (4) spiritual experiences while listening to music in psychotherapy....

  12. Tupikteid ei ole / Aimi Püüa, Kristina Orion, Helen Põllo, Kaie Piiskop

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    2015-01-01

    Innove õppekava ja metoodika keskuse juhataja Kaie Piiskop, testide ja uuringute keskuse juht Aimi Püüa, karjääriteenuste üksuse juht Kristina Orion, haridus- ja teadusministeeriumi kutsehariduse osakonna juhataja Helen Põllo arutlesid teemal kuidas jätkata haridusteed

  13. Double-Difference Earthquake Locations Using imaging Magma Under St. Helens (iMUSH) Data

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    Williams, M. C. B.; Ulberg, C. W.; Creager, K. C.

    2015-12-01

    The imaging Magma Under St. Helens (iMUSH) project deployed a magnetotelluric survey, high-resolution active-source experiment, two-year passive-source experiment, and gathered geochemical-petrological data to better understand the magmatic architecture of Mount St. Helens. A primary goal of the passive source experiment is to create 3-D P-wave and S-wave velocity models under the volcano from the surface to the slab. We use hypoDD, a double-difference algorithm, to gain high-precision relative earthquake locations for several hundred events within tens of kilometers of the Mount St. Helens crater. We use data from the first half (2014 June- 2015 July) of the two-year passive-source component of the iMUSH array recording six hundred useable earthquakes with a high-event density near the volcanic crater. The array includes seventy evenly-spaced broadband seismometers continuously sampling at 50 Hz within a 50 km radius of Mount St. Helens, and is augmented by dozens of permanent network stations. Precise relative earthquake locations are determined for spatially clustered hypocenters using a combination of hand picked P-wave arrivals and high-precision relative times determined by cross correlation of waveforms recorded at a common station for event pairs using a 1-D velocity structure. These high-quality relative times will be used to help constrain seismic tomography models as well. We will interrupt earthquake clusters in the context of emerging 3-D wave-speed models from the active-source and passive-source observations. We are examining the relationship between hypocentral locations and regions of partial melt, as well as the relationship between hypocentral locations and the NNW-SSE trending Saint Helens seismic Zone.

  14. Balti aadlipreili kunstiharrastusest : Helene Marie Zoege von Manteuffel (1773/74-1842) = Artistic pursuits of an aristocratic Baltic lady : Helene Marie Zoege von Manteuffel (1773/74-1842) / Kadi Polli

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    2014-01-01

    Aadlitüdrukute haridusest ja kunstiharidusest Balti valgustusaja kunsti(haridus)maastikul. Perekond Zoege von Manteuffeli kunstilembusest ja Ojasoo mõisa tähtsusest baltisaksa kunstiajaloos. Helene Mariest Franz Gerhard Kügelgeni õpilasena ja abikaasana

  15. Review: Leonard and Virginia Woolf, the Hogarth Press and the Networks of Modernism, Ed. Helen Southworth (Edinburgh: Edinburgh UP, 2010

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    2014-12-01

    Full Text Available A review of Helen Southworth (Editor, Leonard and Virginia Woolf, the Hogarth Press and the Networks of Modernism. ix + 256 pp., notes, appendix, index. Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press, 2010. £75

  16. Monitoring vegetation recovery patterns on Mount St. Helens using thermal infrared multispectral data

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    Langran, Kenneth J.

    1986-01-01

    The Mount St. Helens 1980 eruption offers an opportunity to study vegetation recovery rates and patterns in a perturbed ecosystem. The eruptions of Mount St. Helens created new surfaces by stripping and implacing large volumes of eroded material and depositing tephra in the blast area and on the flanks of the mountain. Areas of major disturbance are those in the blast zone that were subject to debris avalanche, pyroclastic flows, mudflows, and blowdown and scorched timber; and those outside the blast zone that received extensive tephra deposits. It was observed that during maximum daytime solar heating, surface temperatures of vegetated areas are cooler than surrounding nonvegetated areas, and that surface temperature varies with percent vegetation cover. A method of measuring the relationship between effective radiant temperature (ERT) and percent vegetation cover in the thermal infrared (8 to 12 microns) region of the electromagnetic spectrum was investigated.

  17. Impact of Mount St. Helens eruption on hydrology and water quality

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    Bonelli, J. E.; Taylor, H. E.; Klein, J. M.

    1982-01-01

    The 1980 eruptions of Mount St. Helens in southeast Washington resulted in a pronounced effect on the surface and ground water resources of the state. In response to the volcanic activity, the U.S. Geological Survey intensified statewide surface and ground water sampling programs to determine the nature and magnitude of the volcanic-induced variations. Streams to the east of Mount St. Helens received the major ash fallout. Chemical effects were best noted in smaller streams sampled 60 to 70 miles northeast of Mount St. Helens. The chemical variations observed were pronounced but short lived. Sulfate and chloride increases in anionic composition were prevalent immediately following the eruption; however, the original bicarbonate predominance was again attained within several days. Suspended iron and aluminum concentrations were similarly elevated during the period of greatest ash deposition (highest turbidity); however, the dissolved concentrations remained relatively constant. Depressions of pH were minor and short lived. Streams draining to the south, tributaries to the Columbia river, showed little observable changes in water chemistry. Streams draining to the west (Toutle river and its tributaries) were compositionally affected by the various volcanic activities. Chloride and sulfate anion percentage exceeded the bicarbonate percentage up to one month following the eruption period. Streams and lakes sampled in the immediate vicinity of Mount St. Helens, in addition to trace metals, contained organic compounds derived from decomposing wood buried in the debris deposits. This organic material may constitute a significant source of organic compounds to surface and ground water for some time to come.

  18. Mount St. Helens Long-Term Sediment Management Plan for Flood Risk Reduction

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    2010-06-01

    SRS, staged SRS, and dredging – were to be evaluated during continuing planning and engineering. Provided below is the Syllabus from the 1985...2.2 shows the layout of one set of grade control structures. Figure 2.2 Example Layout of One Set of Grade Control Structures Mount St...orientation of the 2-dimensional grid layout . Figure 1. Lower Cowlitz Model Mesh Mount St. Helens Long-Term Sediment Management Plan Progress Report

  19. "To Struggle and Battle and Overcome: The Educational Thought of Nannie Helen Burroughs, 1865-1961

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    2015-01-01

    Few twentieth century African American educators were as influential in their lifetime and as neglected by scholars in our day as Nannie Helen Burroughs. The founder of the National Training School for Women and Girls, she was admired by African American leaders ranging from Mary Church Terrell, Anna Julia Cooper, Carter G. Woodson, Ella Baker and Martin Luther King, Jr. Relying on Burroughs’ papers and other archival sources, this dissertation examines Burroughs’ educational thought and its ...

  20. Tähistame Helen Kelleri 130. sünniaastapäeva

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    Keskküla, Raissa

    2010-01-01

    Helen Kellerist ja tema sünniaastapäeva tähistamisest, samuti Eesti Pimekurtide Tugiliidu ettevõtmistest: koostöölepingust Eesti Kujurite Ühendusega, punktkirjas väljaantud raamatust "Õppimise ime", Hilton/Perkins programmi kaasabil Eesti pimekurtide ja nägemis-liitpuudega lastega töötavate õpetajate ning töötajate koolitamiset

  1. Helen Howitt: una semilla canadiense en la enfermería latinoamericana Helen Howitt: uma semente canadense na enfermagem latino-americana Helen Howitt: A Canadian seed in Latin American nursing

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    ANA LUISA VELANDIA MORA

    2009-07-01

    Full Text Available Este trabajo se propone hacer visible la presencia de Helen Howitt en la enfermería latinoamericana. Paralelamente pretende hacer un análisis de la influencia política del Servicio Cooperativo Interamericano de Salud Pública en la enfermería de la región y la presencia de organizaciones religiosas, especialmente norteamericanas, en varios países latinoamericanos. Helen Howitt, enfermera canadiense egresada de la Universidad de Alberta, fue enviada en 1942 por la Organización Panamericana de la Salud, OPS para que asesorara en Colombia al Ministerio de Trabajo, Higiene y Previsión Social. Pasó a formar parte del proyecto de apertura y organización de la Escuela Nacional Superior de Enfermeras, y fue su primera directora. Helen Howitt fue directora de la Escuela de Enfermería del Hospital Santo Tomás de la Zona del Canal de Panamá entre 1933 y 1938, luego fundadora y primera directora de la Escuela Nacional Superior de Enfermeras de Colombia entre los años 1943 y 1951; posteriormente de la Escuela Nacional de Enfermeras de Bolivia entre 1953 y 1959, cuando fue invitada a cumplir un cargo similar en Venezuela. A todos estos países llegó primero como consultora del respectivo Ministerio de Salud, a través de convenios con el Servicio Cooperativo Interamericano de Salud Pública. La Fundación Rockefeller daba becas para todos los países latinos. En la Escuela del Hospital Santo Tomás de Panamá había estudiantes de toda la América Central, Venezuela, Colombia, hasta del Ecuador y la Argentina. La Rockefeller quería unificar la enfermería en toda Latinoamérica. Llegó primero a Venezuela; y las enfermeras que se graduaron en Panamá fueron las líderes en América Latina, donde trataron de fundar escuelas.O presente trabalho pretende visibilizar a presença de Hellen Howitt na enfermagem latino-americana. Paralelamente, procura fazer uma análise sobre a influência política do Serviço Cooperativo Interamericano de Sa

  2. Helen Howitt: una semilla canadiense en la enfermería latinoamericana Helen Howitt: A Canadian seed in Latin American nursing Helen Howitt: uma semente canadense na enfermagem latino-americana

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    Full Text Available Este trabajo se propone hacer visible la presencia de Helen Howitt en la enfermería latinoamericana. Paralelamente pretende hacer un análisis de la influencia política del Servicio Cooperativo Interamericano de Salud Pública en la enfermería de la región y la presencia de organizaciones religiosas, especialmente norteamericanas, en varios países latinoamericanos. Helen Howitt, enfermera canadiense egresada de la Universidad de Alberta, fue enviada en 1942 por la Organización Panamericana de la Salud, OPS para que asesorara en Colombia al Ministerio de Trabajo, Higiene y Previsión Social. Pasó a formar parte del proyecto de apertura y organización de la Escuela Nacional Superior de Enfermeras, y fue su primera directora. Helen Howitt fue directora de la Escuela de Enfermería del Hospital Santo Tomás de la Zona del Canal de Panamá entre 1933 y 1938, luego fundadora y primera directora de la Escuela Nacional Superior de Enfermeras de Colombia entre los años 1943 y 1951; posteriormente de la Escuela Nacional de Enfermeras de Bolivia entre 1953 y 1959, cuando fue invitada a cumplir un cargo similar en Venezuela. A todos estos países llegó primero como consultora del respectivo Ministerio de Salud, a través de convenios con el Servicio Cooperativo Interamericano de Salud Pública. La Fundación Rockefeller daba becas para todos los países latinos. En la Escuela del Hospital Santo Tomás de Panamá había estudiantes de toda la América Central, Venezuela, Colombia, hasta del Ecuador y la Argentina. La Rockefeller quería unificar la enfermería en toda Latinoamérica. Llegó primero a Venezuela; y las enfermeras que se graduaron en Panamá fueron las líderes en América Latina, donde trataron de fundar escuelas.This work's purpose is to make more visible Hellen Howitt's presence in Latin American nursing. At the same time it pretends to make an analysis on the political influence of the Interamerican Cooperative Public

  3. Mount St. Helens, 1980 to now—what’s going on?

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    Dzurisin, Daniel; Driedger, Carolyn L.; Faust, Lisa M.

    2013-01-01

    Mount St. Helens seized the world’s attention in 1980 when the largest historical landslide on Earth and a powerful explosive eruption reshaped the volcano, created its distinctive crater, and dramatically modified the surrounding landscape. An enormous lava dome grew episodically in the crater until 1986, when the volcano became relatively quiet. A new glacier grew in the crater, wrapping around and partly burying the lava dome. From 1987 to 2003, sporadic earthquake swarms and small steam explosions indicated that magma (molten rock) was being replenished deep underground. In 2004, steam-and-ash explosions heralded the start of another eruption. A quieter phase of continuous lava extrusion followed and lasted until 2008, building a new dome and doubling the volume of lava on the crater floor. Scientists with the U.S. Geological Survey and University of Washington’s Pacific Northwest Seismograph Network maintain constant watch for signs of renewed activity at Mount St. Helens and other Cascade volcanoes. Now is an ideal time for both actual and virtual visitors to Mount St. Helens to learn more about dramatic changes taking place on and beneath this active volcano.

  4. 400 00 krooni halduskogudele / Kadi Heinsalu

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    Heinsalu, Kadi, 1966-

    1998-01-01

    Tabelid: Tallinna linnavaitsuse ja linnavolikogu liikmed ja ametnikud, äriühingute juhtorganites; Asjatundjad äriühingute tegevus- või finantsalal. Ilmunud ka: Delovõje Vedomosti, 29. aprill 1998, lk. 10-11

  5. Onkoloogiakirurg kahel heal toolil / Kadi Heinsalu

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    Heinsalu, Kadi, 1966-

    2008-01-01

    Tartu Ülikooli Kliinikumi onkokirurgi Ragnar Heido firma Chirurgicus on aastaid edukalt osalenud kliinikumi ravimihangetel. R. Heido põhjustest, miks tema firmal on kliinikumis summaarselt rohkem hankevõite. Vt. samas: Chirurgicus alustas mõisahaigla ideega. Intervjuu Tartu Ülikooli Kliinikumi juhatuse liikme Mart Einastoga. Kommenteerivad Andres Soosaar ja Tarmu Tammerk

  6. Magnum ihkas teha apteekide suurketti / Kadi Heinsalu

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    Heinsalu, Kadi, 1966-

    2008-01-01

    Eesti suurimaid apteegiketi omanikke ja ravimite hulgimüüjaid Magnum tahtis koonduda apteegiketiga Farmacia, millega ta oleks saanud suurimaks apteekide haldajaks Eestis. Vt. samas: Võrdlus: apteeke rohkem kolme suurema kaubamärgi all

  7. BIGi kliendid viivitavad laenu tagastamisega / Kadi Heinsalu

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    Heinsalu, Kadi, 1966-

    2007-01-01

    Ilmunud ka: Delovõje Vedomosti 5. dets. lk. 6. Peaaegu iga teine BIG-ist võetud laen on selline, kus klient on hilinenud kas või ühe päeva laenumaksega. Rahas on selliseid laene 43% BIG-i laenuportfelli kogumahust. Diagramm: BIG-i laenuportfell. Vt. samas: BIG-i klient: selle laenu saamine oli liiga lihtne. Kommenteerivad Kristjan Lepik ja Erki Kert

  8. Systematic detection of seismic events at Mount St. Helens with an ultra-dense array

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    Meng, X.; Hartog, J. R.; Schmandt, B.; Hotovec-Ellis, A. J.; Hansen, S. M.; Vidale, J. E.; Vanderplas, J.

    2016-12-01

    During the summer of 2014, an ultra-dense array of 900 geophones was deployed around the crater of Mount St. Helens and continuously operated for 15 days. This dataset provides us an unprecedented opportunity to systematically detect seismic events around an active volcano and study their underlying mechanisms. We use a waveform-based matched filter technique to detect seismic events from this dataset. Due to the large volume of continuous data ( 1 TB), we performed the detection on the GPU cluster Stampede (https://www.tacc.utexas.edu/systems/stampede). We build a suite of template events from three catalogs: 1) the standard Pacific Northwest Seismic Network (PNSN) catalog (45 events); 2) the catalog from Hansen&Schmandt (2015) obtained with a reverse-time imaging method (212 events); and 3) the catalog identified with a matched filter technique using the PNSN permanent stations (190 events). By searching for template matches in the ultra-dense array, we find 2237 events. We then calibrate precise relative magnitudes for template and detected events, using a principal component fit to measure waveform amplitude ratios. The magnitude of completeness and b-value of the detected catalog is -0.5 and 1.1, respectively. Our detected catalog shows several intensive swarms, which are likely driven by fluid pressure transients in conduits or slip transients on faults underneath the volcano. We are currently relocating the detected catalog with HypoDD and measuring the seismic velocity changes at Mount St. Helens using the coda wave interferometry of detected repeating earthquakes. The accurate temporal-spatial migration pattern of seismicity and seismic property changes should shed light on the physical processes beneath Mount St. Helens.

  9. The Stars Belong to Everyone: Astronomer and Science Writer Dr. Helen Sawyer Hogg (1905-1993)

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    Cahill, Maria J.

    2011-05-01

    University of Toronto astronomer and science writer Helen Sawyer Hogg (President of the AAVSO 1939-41) served her field through research, teaching, and administrative leadership. Additionally, she reached out to students and the public through her Toronto Star newspaper column entitled "With the Stars" for thirty years; she wrote The Stars Belong to Everyone, a book that speaks to a lay audience; she hosted a successful television series entitled Ideas; and she delivered numerous speeches at scientific conferences, professional women's associations, school programs, libraries, and other venues. This paper will illumine her life and the personal and professional forces that influenced her work.

  10. ICT Action School Development at Helen Parkhurst Dalton School, Part II

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    Hogenbirk, Pieter; van de Braak, Peter

    The paper presents the progress of the action plan for improvement of the ICT usage at the Helen Parkhurst Dalton School for secondary education. At the start of the described action period in 2007 the ICT-usage in education was assessed through an review performed by a group of European inspectors. This assessment formed the basis for a continuous development in the school for promoting and improving the usage of ICT. This was done by addressing the observed weaknesses with special measures, and continuing the action plans which were already put in place. For four main points of criticism the following measures were taken.

  11. The Poetics and Politics of Children's Play: Helen Levitt's Early Work

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    Gand, Elizabeth Margaret

    2011-01-01

    This dissertation examines the work of the American photographer, Helen Levitt. It focuses in particular on her first phase of production--the years from 1937 to 1943--when she developed an important archive of pictures documenting children's art and play encountered in the city streets. The dissertation is designed to help us understand the reasons why the subject of urban children's art and play proved so productive for Levitt in her first phase of work. Why did she return again and again t...

  12. Helen Flanders Dunbar, John Dewey, and clinical pragmatism: reflections on method in psychosomatic medicine and bioethics.

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    Hart, Curtis W

    2002-01-01

    This article outlines the method utilized by physicians and major figures in the founding of Clinical Pastoral Education, Helen Flanders Dunbar, in her work of 1943, Psychosomatic Diagnosis, and relates it to the currently evolving approach in bioethics known as clinical pragmatism. It assesses Dewey's influence on both Dunbar in psychosomatic medicine and clinical pragmatism in bioethics, and illustrates the breadth of influence of the school of philosophical thought known as pragmatism with which Dewey's name and those of William James and Charles Sanders Pierce are most often identified.

  13. Terpenoid marker compounds derived from biogenic precursors in volcanic ash from Mount St. Helens, Washington

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    Pereira, W.E.; Rostad, C.E.

    1983-01-01

    A volcanic-ash sample obtained after the 1980 eruption of Mount St. Helens, Washington, was analyzed for cyclic terpenoid organic compounds and polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons using capillary gas chromatography-mass spectrometry-computer techniques. Various tricyclic diterpenoid acids and hydrocarbons were identified including dehydroabietic acid, dehydroabietin, dehydroabietane, simonellite, and retene. Preliminary evidence indicates that these compounds were derived from forest soils or atmospheric aerosols or both in the vicinity of coniferous forests. A diagenetic scheme involving three possible pathways for the conversion of abietic acid to retene is presented. ?? 1983.

  14. Kuidas toetate sel õppeaastal oma valla koolilapsi? / Külle Viks, Helen Metsma, Aivar Surva...[jt.

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    Küsimusele vastavad: Türi vallavalitsuse haridusspetsialist Külle Viks, Sõmerpalu valla lastekaitse ja sotsiaaltoetuste spetsialist Helen Metsma, Mäetaguse vallavanem Aivar Surva, Rapla abivallavanem Imbi Kalberg, Kärdla linna haridusnõunik Juta Alev, Albu vallavalitsuse sotsiaalnõunik Claire Miljukova, Võru linnavalitsuse haridusspetsialist Kristi Aavakivi

  15. Genetic structure among coastal tailed frog populations of Mount St. Helens is moderated by post-disturbance management

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    Stephen F. Spear; Charles M. Crisafulli; Andrew. Storfer

    2012-01-01

    Catastrophic disturbances often provide “natural laboratories” that allow for greater understanding of ecological processes and response of natural populations. The 1980 eruption of the Mount St. Helens volcano in Washington, USA, provided a unique opportunity to test biotic effects of a large-scale stochastic disturbance, as well as the influence of post-disturbance...

  16. Democracy and Schooling in California: The Legacy of Helen Heffernan and Corinne Seeds. Historical Studies in Education

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    Weiler, Kathleen

    2011-01-01

    Helen Heffernan and Corinne Seeds were nationally recognized as leaders of the progressive education movement and were key figures in what was probably the most concerted attempt to put the ideals of progressive education into practice in a state-wide system of public education in the United States. This book examines the struggle over public…

  17. Leonardo da Vinci jõudis Tallinna / Orest Kormašov, Helen Kokk ; intervjueerinud Ants Juske

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    2010-01-01

    Kadrioru Kunstimuuseumis eksponeeritakse 5.-12. veebruarini 2010. a. Leonardo da Vinci arvatavat autoportreed. Itaalia kunstiajaloolased kaasasid autoportree uurimisse Tallinna Ülikooli maaliosakonna juhataja Orest Kormašovi, kes teostas klassikalise portreeskulptuuri, ja Eesti Kunstiakadeemia graafilise disaini tudengi Helen Koka, kes valmistas arvutiimitatsiooni

  18. El universalismo judeo-helenístico en Filón de Alejandría y Pablo de Tarso

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    Antón Pacheco, José Antonio

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    Filón de Alejandría y Pablo de Tarso son los dos representantes más notables del universalismo judeo-helenístico. Esta forma de ecumenismo judeo-helenístico puede ser encuadrada en el marco más amplio de la coiné, situación propiciada primero por las conquistas de Alejandro Magno y después por el Imperio Romano. Las principales corrientes de pensamiento que entran en la gestación de este universalismo por parte de Filón y de Pablo dependen tanto de la contribución helenística (...

  19. Helen Howitt: una semilla canadiense en la enfermería latinoamericana

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    Full Text Available Este trabajo se propone hacer visible la presencia de Helen Howitt en la enfermería latinoamericana. Paralelamente pretende hacer un análisis de la influencia política del Servicio Cooperativo Interamericano de Salud Pública en la enfermería de la región y la presencia de organizaciones religiosas, especialmente norteamericanas, en varios países latinoamericanos. Helen Howitt, enfermera canadiense egresada de la Universidad de Alberta, fue enviada en 1942 por la Organización Panamericana de la Salud, OPS para que asesorara en Colombia al Ministerio de Trabajo, Higiene y Previsión Social. Pasó a formar parte del proyecto de apertura y organización de la Escuela Nacional Superior de Enfermeras, y fue su primera directora. Helen Howitt fue directora de la Escuela de Enfermería del Hospital Santo Tomás de la Zona del Canal de Panamá entre 1933 y 1938, luego fundadora y primera directora de la Escuela Nacional Superior de Enfermeras de Colombia entre los años 1943 y 1951; posteriormente de la Escuela Nacional de Enfermeras de Bolivia entre 1953 y 1959, cuando fue invitada a cumplir un cargo similar en Venezuela. A todos estos países llegó primero como consultora del respectivo Ministerio de Salud, a través de convenios con el Servicio Cooperativo Interamericano de Salud Pública. La Fundación Rockefeller daba becas para todos los países latinos. En la Escuela del Hospital Santo Tomás de Panamá había estudiantes de toda la América Central, Venezuela, Colombia, hasta del Ecuador y la Argentina. La Rockefeller quería unificar la enfermería en toda Latinoamérica. Llegó primero a Venezuela; y las enfermeras que se graduaron en Panamá fueron las líderes en América Latina, donde trataron de fundar escuelas.

  20. Anthropology in a postcolonial colony: Helen I. Safa's contribution to Puerto Rican ethnography.

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    Duany, Jorge

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    This article assesses Helen I. Safa's legacy to anthropological thought in Puerto Rico. The first part of the article locates Safa's research on the Island within a long tradition of fieldwork by U.S. scholars since the early twentieth century. More recent research, conducted mostly by Puerto Rican women anthropologists and other social scientists, has expanded upon Safa's insights on gender and work. The second part of the essay analyzes Safa's major empirical work, The Urban Poor of Puerto Rico: A Study in Development and Inequality. Above all, this book helped overcome the theoretical impasse over the culture of poverty that characterized much of urban anthropology during the 1960s and 1970s. The article concludes with an appraisal of the relevance of Safa's work for the ethnography of contemporary Puerto Rico.

  1. American Self-Fashioning in Helen Foster Snow's My China Years.

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    Full Text Available In My China Years: A Memoir, Helen Foster Snow draws upon her Puritan roots in fashioning an American self that affirms the power of an individual exemplary life, the ability to exercise free will amid struggle, an optimism borne of hope, and a way to represent failure and success. Self-fashioning, which Stephen Greenblatt attributes to the rise of an autonomous self in early modern Europe, is shaped by Snow as a distinctly American identity based on a secular Puritanism she found more congenial than the Puritanism of her ancestors on both sides of the Atlantic. The many resemblances noted by Snow between the Chinese Communist Army and seventeenth-century English Puritanism led her to interrogate Puritanism, both in its traditional form and its secularised variant. What emerges in the pages of My China Years is an attempt to fashion an American self by negotiating an old Puritanism with the new by way of a triangulation with China.

  2. In the path of destruction - eyewitness chronicles of Mount St. Helens

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    Waitt, Richard B.

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    “The air had no oxygen, like being trapped underwater…I was being cremated, the pain unbearable.”-- Jim Scymanky“I was on my knees, my back to the hot wind. It blew me along, lifting my rear so I was up on my hands…It was hot but I didn’t feel burned—until I felt my ears curl.”—Mike HubbardA napping volcano blinked awake in March 1980. Two months later, the mountain roared. Author Richard Waitt was one of the first to arrive following the mountain’s early rumblings. A geologist with intimate knowledge of Mount St. Helens, Waitt delivers a detailed and accurate chronicle of events. The eruption story unfolds through unforgettable, riveting narratives—the heart of a masterful chronology that also delivers engrossing science, history, and journalism.

  3. Target diagnostics for commissioning the AWE HELEN Laser Facility 100 TW chirped pulse amplification beam

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    Eagleton, R. T.; Clark, E. L.; Davies, H. M.; Edwards, R. D.; Gales, S.; Girling, M. T.; Hoarty, D. J.; Hopps, N. W.; James, S. F.; Kopec, M. F.; Nolan, J. R.; Ryder, K.

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    The capability of the HELEN laser at the Atomic Weapons Establishment Aldermaston has been enhanced by the addition of a short-pulse laser beam to augment the twin opposing nanosecond time scale beams. The short-pulse beam utilizes the chirped pulse amplification (CPA) technique and is capable of delivering up to 60J on target in a 500fs pulse, around 100TW, at the fundamental laser wavelength of 1.054μm. During the commissioning phase a number of diagnostic systems have been fielded, these include: x-ray pinhole imaging of the laser heated spot, charged particle time of flight, thermoluminescent dosimeter array, calibrated radiochromic film, and CR39 nuclear track detector. These diagnostic systems have been used to verify the performance of the CPA beam to achieve a focused intensity of around 1019Wcm-2 and to underwrite the facility radiological safety system.

  4. Attenuation and scattering tomography of the deep plumbing system of Mount St. Helens

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    De Siena, Luca; Thomas, Christine; Waite, Greg P.; Moran, Seth C.; Klemme, Stefan

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    We present a combined 3-D P wave attenuation, 2-D S coda attenuation, and 3-D S coda scattering tomography model of fluid pathways, feeding systems, and sediments below Mount St. Helens (MSH) volcano between depths of 0 and 18 km. High-scattering and high-attenuation shallow anomalies are indicative of magma and fluid-rich zones within and below the volcanic edifice down to 6 km depth, where a high-scattering body outlines the top of deeper aseismic velocity anomalies. Both the volcanic edifice and these structures induce a combination of strong scattering and attenuation on any seismic wavefield, particularly those recorded on the northern and eastern flanks of the volcanic cone. North of the cone between depths of 0 and 10 km, a low-velocity, high-scattering, and high-attenuation north-south trending trough is attributed to thick piles of Tertiary marine sediments within the St. Helens Seismic Zone. A laterally extended 3-D scattering contrast at depths of 10 to 14 km is related to the boundary between upper and lower crust and caused in our interpretation by the large-scale interaction of the Siletz terrane with the Cascade arc crust. This contrast presents a low-scattering, 4–6 km2 “hole” under the northeastern flank of the volcano. We infer that this section represents the main path of magma ascent from depths greater than 6 km at MSH, with a small north-east shift in the lower plumbing system of the volcano. We conclude that combinations of different nonstandard tomographic methods, leading toward full-waveform tomography, represent the future of seismic volcano imaging.

  5. Vapor transfer prior to the October 2004 eruption of Mount St. Helens, Washington

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    Kent, A.J.R.; Blundy, J.; Cashman, K.V.; Copper, K.M.; Donnelly, C.; Pallister, J.S.; Reagan, M.; Rowe, M.C.; Thornber, C.R.

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    Dome lavas from the 2004 eruption of Mount St. Helens show elevated Li contents in plagioclase phenocrysts at the onset of dome growth in October 2004. These cannot be explained by variations in plagioclase-melt partitioning, but require elevated Li contents in coexisting melt, a fact confirmed by measurements of Li contents as high as 207 ??g/g in coexisting melt inclusions. Similar Li enrichment has been observed in material erupted prior to and during the climactic May 1980 eruption, and is likewise best explained via pre-eruptive transfer of an exsolved alkali-rich vapor phase derived from deeper within the magma transport system. Unlike 1980, however, high Li samples from 2004 show no evidence of excess (210Pb)/(226 Ra), implying that measurable Li enrichments may occur despite significant differences in the timing and/or extent of magmatic degassing. Diffusion modeling shows that Li enrichment occurred within -1 yr before eruption, and that magma remained Li enriched until immediately before eruption and cooling. This short flux time and the very high Li contents in ash produced by phreatomagmatic activity prior to the onset of dome extrusion suggest that vapor transfer and accumulation were associated with initiation of the current eruption. Overall, observation of a high Li signature in both 1980 and 2004 dacites indicates that Li enrichment may be a relatively common phenomenon, and may prove useful for petrologic monitoring of Mount St. Helens and other silicic volcanoes. Lithium diffusion is also sufficiently rapid to constrain vapor transfer on similar time scales to short-lived radionuclides. ?? 2007 Geological Society of America.

  6. A continuous record of intereruption velocity change at Mount St. Helens from coda wave interferometry

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    Hotovec-Ellis, Alicia J.; Gomberg, Joan S.; Vidale, John; Creager, Ken C.

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    In September 2004, Mount St. Helens volcano erupted after nearly 18 years of quiescence. However, it is unclear from the limited geophysical observations when or if the magma chamber replenished following the 1980–1986 eruptions in the years before the 2004–2008 extrusive eruption. We use coda wave interferometry with repeating earthquakes to measure small changes in the velocity structure of Mount St. Helens volcano that might indicate magmatic intrusion. By combining observations of relative velocity changes from many closely located earthquake sources, we solve for a continuous function of velocity changes with time. We find that seasonal effects dominate the relative velocity changes. Seismicity rates and repeating earthquake occurrence also vary seasonally; therefore, velocity changes and seismicity are likely modulated by snow loading, fluid saturation, and/or changes in groundwater level. We estimate hydrologic effects impart stress changes on the order of tens of kilopascals within the upper 4 km, resulting in annual velocity variations of 0.5 to 1%. The largest nonseasonal change is a decrease in velocity at the time of the deep Mw = 6.8 Nisqually earthquake. We find no systematic velocity changes during the most likely times of intrusions, consistent with a lack of observable surface deformation. We conclude that if replenishing intrusions occurred, they did not alter seismic velocities where this technique is sensitive due to either their small size or the finite compressibility of the magma chamber. We interpret the observed velocity changes and shallow seasonal seismicity as a response to small stress changes in a shallow, pressurized system.

  7. Magma Intrusion at Mount St. Helens, Washington, from Temporal Gravity Variations

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    Battaglia, Maurizio; Lisowski, Mike; Dzursin, Dan; Poland, Mike; Schilling, Steve; Diefenbach, Angie; Wynn, Jeff

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    Mount St. Helens is a stratovolcano in the Pacific Northwest region of the United States, best known for its explosive eruption in May 1980 - deadliest and most economically destructive volcanic event in US history. Volcanic activity renewed in September 2004 with a dome forming eruption that lasted until 2008. This eruption was surprising because the preceding four years had seen the fewest earthquakes and no significant deformation since the 1980-86 eruption ended. After the dome forming eruption ended in July 2008, the volcano seismic activity and deformation went back to background values. Time-dependent gravimetric measurements can detect subsurface processes long before magma flow leads to earthquakes or other eruption precursors. A high-precision gravity monitoring network (referenced to a base station 36 km NW of the volcano) was set up at Mount St Helens in 2010. Measurements were made at 12 sites on the volcano (at altitudes between 1200 and 2350 m a.s.l.) and 4 sites far afield during the summers of 2010, 2012, and 2014. The repeated gravity measurements revealed an increase in gravity between 2010 and 2014. Positive residual gravity anomalies remained after accounting for changes in surface height, in the Crater Glacier, and in the shallow hydrothermal aquifer. The pattern of residual gravity changes, with a maximum of 57±12 μGal from 2010 to 2014, is radially symmetric and centered on the 2004-08 lava dome. Inversion of the residual gravity signal points to a source 2.5-4 km beneath the crater floor (i.e., in the magma conduit that fed eruptions in 1980-86 and 2004-08). We attribute the gravity increase to re-inflation of the magma plumbing system following the 2004-8 eruption. Recent seismic activity (e.g., the seismic swarm of March 2016) has been interpreted as a response to the slow recharging of the volcano magma chamber.

  8. Groundmass crystallization of Mount St. Helens dacite, 1980 1986: a tool for interpreting shallow magmatic processes

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    Cashman, Katharine V.

    1992-02-01

    The 1980 1986 eruption of Mount St. Helens volcano provides an unprecedented opportunity to observe the evolution of a silicic magma system over a short time scale. Groundmass plagioclase size measurements are coupled with measured changes in matrix glass, plagioclase and Fe-Ti oxide chemistry to document increasing groundmass crystallinity, and thus to better constrain proposed physical models of the post-May 18, 1980 magmatic reservoir. Measurements of plagioclase microlite and microphenocryst sizes demonstrate that relatively rapid growth (approximately 10-9 cm/s) of groundmass plagioclase occurred immediately subsequent to May 18. Relatively rapid plagioclase growth continued through the end of 1980 at an average rate of 3x10-11 cm/s; plagioclase growth rates then decreased to post-1980 seismicity (Endo et al. 1990), although it does not explain the experimental data of Hill and Rutherford (1989) on the growth rate of amphibole reaction rims. Textural measurements on Mount St. Helens dacite can also be used to evaluate crystallization kinetics in silicic magmas, systems for which experimental data is almost non-existent. Plagioclase growth rates are 5 10 times slower than estimated plagioclase growth rates in basaltic systems, a result consistent with the higher viscosity of a more silicic melt. Furthermore, patterns of textural change (both average crystal size and number density) are similar to those observed during the 1984 Mauna Loa eruption by Lipman and Banks (1987), suggesting that the only modification to the crystallization behavior of plagioclase required in extrapolation from basaltic systems is a moderate decrease in rates, such that the rate of crystallization scales with the melt viscosity.

  9. Catalog of Mount St. Helens 2004-2007 Dome Samples with Major- and Trace-Element Chemistry

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    Thornber, Carl R.; Pallister, John S.; Rowe, Michael C.; McConnell, Siobhan; Herriott, Trystan M.; Eckberg, Alison; Stokes, Winston C.; Cornelius, Diane Johnson; Conrey, Richard M.; Hannah, Tammy; Taggart, Joseph E.; Adams, Monique; Lamothe, Paul J.; Budahn, James R.; Knaack, Charles M.

    2008-01-01

    Sampling and analysis of eruptive products at Mount St. Helens is an integral part of volcano monitoring efforts conducted by the U.S. Geological Survey?s Cascades Volcano Observatory (CVO). The objective of our eruption sampling program is to enable petrological assessments of pre-eruptive magmatic conditions, critical for ascertaining mechanisms for eruption triggering and forecasting potential changes in eruption behavior. This report provides a catalog of near-vent lithic debris and new dome-lava collected during 34 intra-crater sampling forays throughout the October 2004 to October 2007 (2004?7) eruptive interval at Mount St. Helens. In addition, we present comprehensive bulk-rock geochemistry for a time-series of representative (2004?7) eruption products. This data, along with that in a companion report on Mount St. Helens 2004 to 2006 tephra by Rowe and others (2008), are presented in support of the contents of the U.S. Geological Survey Professional Paper 1750 (Sherrod and others, eds., 2008). Readers are referred to appropriate chapters in USGS Professional Paper 1750 for detailed narratives of eruptive activity during this time period and for interpretations of sample characteristics and geochemical data. The suite of rock samples related to the 2004?7 eruption of Mount St. Helens and presented in this catalog are archived at the David A. Johnson Cascades Volcano Observatory, Vancouver, Wash. The Mount St. Helens 2004?7 Dome Sample Catalogue with major- and trace-element geochemistry is tabulated in 3 worksheets of the accompanying Microsoft Excel file, of2008-1130.xls. Table 1 provides location and sampling information. Table 2 presents sample descriptions. In table 3, bulk-rock major and trace-element geochemistry is listed for 44 eruption-related samples with intra-laboratory replicate analyses of 19 dacite lava samples. A brief overview of the collection methods and lithology of dome samples is given below as an aid to deciphering the dome sample

  10. Large-amplitude traveling ionospheric distrubance produced by the May 18, 1980, explosion of Mount St. Helens

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    Roberts, D.H.; Klobuchar, J.A.; Fougere, P.F.; Hendrickson, D.H.

    1982-08-01

    A remarkable long-lived, large-scale traveling ionospheric disturbance (TID), excited by the May 18, 1980, explosion of Mount St. Helens, has been detected in total electron content monitor data. Oscillatory perturbations in the electron column density of the ionosphere with amplitudes about 10% of the nominal daytime content were detected at three stations whose ionospheric penetration points lie between 1610 and 1890 km from Mount St. Helens. Smaller perturbations were detected at five of six additional stations between 3760 and 4950 km away. The period of the TID increased linearly with great-circle distance from Mount St. Helens, ranging from roughly-equal37 min at the nearest station to roughly-equal116 min at the most distant one. The TID persisted for at least four cycles at the three close stations and three cycles at the more distant stations and was qualitatively similar to TID's produced by the low-altitude thermonuclear detonations of the 1960's. The disturbance front of this TID accelerated from an average velocity of roughly-equal350 m/s between Mt. St. Helens and the close stations to an average velocity of roughly-equal550 m/s to the more distant ones.A model based on the free wave response of an isothermal atmosphere to a point disturbance provides a good fit to the data at the three closest stations, but no such model can account for all of the data. Modeling of the long-distance behavior of the Mount St. Helens TID in terms of upper-atmosphere guided gravity waves is complicated by the requirement of exciting them by a ground-level explosion. There was no evidence for a strong supersonic shock wave in the ionosphere. As a result, the Mount St. Helens disturbance may prove to be a cleaner test of detailed theories of the point excitation and propagation of gravity waves in a realistic atmosphere than were TID's excited by thermonuclear weapons.

  11. Zwischen Aufbegehren und bürgerlicher Rolle: die Lebensgemeinschaft von Helene Lange und Gertrud Bäumer The partnership of Helene Lange und Gertrud Bäumer: a both rebellious and domestic way of life

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    Full Text Available Die Forschungsarbeiten analysieren private weibliche Beziehungsformen und ihre Bedeutung für die erste deutsche Frauenbewegung. Im Zentrum der Betrachtung steht eines der wichtigsten Führungspaare dieser Zeit: Helene Lange und Gertrud Bäumer. Die Dissertation von Göttert liefert einen wichtigen Beitrag zur Netzwerkforschung, Schaser beschäftigt sich in ihrer innovativen Studie mit der Lebensgemeinschaft der beiden Frauen, die sie in die frauenbewegten und politischen Kontexte einordnet.These studies analyse the private aspects of female relationship and their significance for the first wave of the German women’s movement. The focus is on the leading couple at that particular time: Helene Lange and Gertrud Bäumer. The dissertation by Göttert contributes an important piece to the network research, whereas Schaser describes in her innovative study the partnership of the two women, which is strongly related to the feminist and political context.

  12. Seismicity and infrasound associated with explosions at Mount St. Helens, 2004-2005: Chapter 6 in A volcano rekindled: the renewed eruption of Mount St. Helens, 2004-2006

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    Moran, Seth C.; McChesney, Patrick J.; Lockhart, Andrew B.; Sherrod, David R.; Scott, William E.; Stauffer, Peter H.

    2008-01-01

    Six explosions occurred during 2004-5 in association with renewed eruptive activity at Mount St. Helens, Washington. Of four explosions in October 2004, none had precursory seismicity and two had explosion-related seismic tremor that marked the end of the explosion. However, seismicity levels dropped following each of the October explosions, providing the primary instrumental means for explosion detection during the initial vent-clearing phase. In contrast, explosions on January 16 and March 8, 2005, produced noticeable seismicity in the form of explosion-related tremor, infrasonic signals, and, in the case of the March 8 explosion, an increase in event size ~2 hours before the explosion. In both 2005 cases seismic tremor appeared before any infrasonic signals and was best recorded on stations located within the crater. These explosions demonstrated that reliable explosion detection at volcanoes like Mount St. Helens requires seismic stations within 1-2 km of the vent and stations with multiple acoustic sensors.

  13. Petrology of the 2004-2006 Mount St. Helens lava dome -- implications for magmatic plumbing and eruption triggering: Chapter 30 in A volcano rekindled: the renewed eruption of Mount St. Helens, 2004-2006

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    Pallister, John S.; Thornber, Carl R.; Cashman, Katharine V.; Clynne, Michael A.; Lowers, Heather; Mandeville, Charles W.; Brownfield, Isabelle K.; Meeker, Gregory P.; Sherrod, David R.; Scott, William E.; Stauffer, Peter H.

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    Eighteen years after dome-forming eruptions ended in 1986, and with little warning, Mount St. Helens began to erupt again in October 2004. During the ensuing two years, the volcano extruded more than 80×106 m3 of gas-poor, crystal-rich dacite lava. The 2004-6 dacite is remarkably uniform in bulk-rock composition and, at 65 percent SiO2

  14. Chlorine degassing during the lava dome-building eruption of Mount St. Helens, 2004-2005: Chapter 27 in A volcano rekindled: the renewed eruption of Mount St. Helens, 2004-2006

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    Edmonds, Marie; McGee, Kenneth A.; Doukas, Michael P.; Sherrod, David R.; Scott, William E.; Stauffer, Peter H.

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    Remote measurements of volcanic gases from the Mount St. Helens lava dome were carried out using OpenPath Fourier-Transform Infrared spectroscopy on August 31, 2005. Measurements were performed at a site ~1 km from the lava dome, which was used as a source of IR radiation. On average, during the period of measurement, the volcanic gas contained 99 mol percent H2

  15. Multiphase-flow numerical modeling of the 18 May 1980 lateral blast at Mount St. Helens, USA

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    Ongaro, T.E.; Widiwijayanti, C.; Clarke, A.B.; Voight, B.; Neri, A.

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    Volcanic lateral blasts are among the most spectacular and devastating of natural phenomena, but their dynamics are still poorly understood. Here we investigate the best documented and most controversial blast at Mount St. Helens (Washington State, United States), on 18 May 1980. By means of three-dimensional multiphase numerical simulations we demonstrate that the blast front propagation, fi nal runout, and damage can be explained by the emplacement of an unsteady, stratifi ed pyroclastic density current, controlled by gravity and terrain morphology. Such an interpretation is quantitatively supported by large-scale observations at Mount St. Helens and will infl uence the defi nition and predictive mapping of hazards on blast-dangerous volcanoes worldwide. ?? 2011 Geological Society of America.

  16. Kuidas muuta matemaatika õpilastele põnevaks / Helen Kaasik, Kadri Hiob, Kärt Toomel, Lembit Pallas ; intervjueeris Raivo Juurak

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    Vestlusringis osalesid Helen Kaasik Tallinna reaalkoolist, Kadri Hiob Rahumäe põhikoolist, Kärt Toomel Tallinna kunstigümnaasiumist („Noored kooli” programmist) ning Lembit Pallas Tabasalu ühisgümnaasiumist. Leiti, et vaja on senisest lihtsamalt sõnastatud õpikuid, eri raskusastmega ülesannete brošüüre ja tunduvalt väiksema mahuga ainekava

  17. Kas olete mõelnud välismaal õpetamisele? / Edward Kess, Helen Oppar, Sergei Ptšjolkin ... [jt.

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    Küsimusele vastavad Tallinna 37. keskkooli eesti keele ja kirjanduse õpetaja Edward Kess, Varstu keskkooli loodusainete õpetaja Helen Oppar, Tallinna Mustjõe gümnaasiumi füüsikaõpetaja Sergei Ptšjolkin, Sürgavere põhikooli muusikaõpetaja Helve Tähis, Nõo reaalgümnaasiumi inglise keele õpetaja Tiina Tuuling ning Rahumäe põhikooli matemaatikaõpetaja Kadri Hiob

  18. Far-field beam shaping through static wavefront correction in the near field on the HELEN laser

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    Bett, Thomas H.; Hopps, N. W.; Nolan, J. R.

    2002-10-01

    This report discusses the design and installation of a phase optic inserted in the near field of the HELEN high power glass laser. The element is designed to shape the intensity distribution at the focal spot of the laser to produce an increase in the peak intensity through correction of static and thermally induced wavefront errors on the beam. A phase element has been fabricated commercially using a magneto-rheological finishing tool. Test data is presented.

  19. AN ANALYSIS OF “WORK OF MIRACLES IN HELEN KELLER” FROM SOCIAL PERSPECTIVE AND MORAL VALUE

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    Full Text Available This study was carried out based on the problems faced by the writer as a English teacher. Most of students have no motivation when they found difficulties especially in learning English. Furthermore, the reasons why the researcher used The Miracle worker film to be investigated: Firstly, this movie was made based on the true story. Secondly, it transferred moral values. Thirdly, it told efforts of a teacher, Annie Sullivan. The research problems were “What are social perspective of Helen Keller and what are moral values found in The Miracle Worker film?” The study employed a qualitative research which was intended to analyze Helen Keller’s social life, social life at the society illustrated in that movie, and moral values found in the movie. The research instrument was investigator triangulation which referred to the use of more than one audience in the field to gather and interpret data. In conclusion the Miracle Worker was an inspirational movie because it told about a blind deaf woman to reach her goals. It delivered Helen Keller’s experience detailing her early life. Moral values of the film were motivation, kindness, responsibility, honestly, empathy, and respect.Key words: Social perspective, the Miracle worker, moral value

  20. Automatic Scanning Detection for Characterization of Dome-Related Seismic Swarms at Mount St. Helens and their Evolution Through Time

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    MacCarthy, J. K.; Rowe, C. A.

    2005-12-01

    Using the waveform data for Mount St. Helens from October 2004 through April, 2005 available from the IRIS DMC, as well as a special data set including the accelerometer that recorded eleven days of activity on the whaleback dome of St. Helens during February, 2005, we have modified a waveform cross-correlation algorithm previously applied for event clustering and repicking into a correlation scanning detector. This tool is being developed for implementation during routine volcano monitoring, as a means of identifying, characterizing and locating repeating swarm events and quantifying their seismic energy release. Application of the scanning detector to St. Helens data reveals stable swarm-type activity over periods with cross-correlation values exceeding 0.8 for 25 days, within which the repeating events slowly evolve over time. Waveforms show high correlation when as much as 60 s of coda is included in the correlation, suggesting very stable source and path characteristics. We present analysis of waveform evolution and event location stability as determined through the detection and automatic repicking and relocation of correlated events. Evolving seismic waveform characteristics are compared to available information about the ongoing eruption sequence to investigate the correspondence among such observables as deformation, volatile flux (both magmagenic and meteoric), estimated dome volume or magma flux and overall energy partitioning. The correlation-detection tool shows promise for real-time implementation, with the potential to greatly reduce analyst workload and augment on-the-fly characterizations already provided by such routine monitoring tools as RSAM and SSAM.

  1. Geologic Map of the Saint Helens Quadrangle, Columbia County, Oregon, and Clark and Cowlitz Counties, Washington

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    Evarts, Russell C.

    2004-01-01

    The Saint Helens 7.5' quadrangle is situated in the Puget-Willamette Lowland approximately 35 km north Portland, Oregon. The lowland, which extends from Puget Sound into west-central Oregon, is a complex structural and topographic trough that lies between the Coast Range and the Cascade Range. Since late Eocene time, Cascade Range has been the locus of a discontinuously active volcanic arc associated with underthrusting of oceanic lithosphere beneath the North American continent along the Cascadia Subduction Zone. The Coast Range occupies the forearc position within the Cascadia arc-trench system and consists of a complex assemblage of Eocene to Miocene volcanic and marine sedimentary rocks. The Saint Helens quadrangle lies in the northern part of the Portland Basin, a roughly 2000-km2 topographic and structural depression. It is the northernmost of several sediment-filled structural basins that collectively constitute the Willamette Valley segment of the Puget-Willamette Lowland (Beeson and others, 1989; Swanson and others, 1993; Yeats and others, 1996). The rhomboidal basin is approximately 70 km long and 30 km wide, with its long dimension oriented northwest. The Columbia River flows west and north through the Portland Basin at an elevation near sea level and exits through a confined bedrock valley less than 2.5 km wide about 16 km north of Saint Helens. The flanks of the basin consist of Eocene through Miocene volcanic and sedimentary rocks that rise to elevations exceeding 2000 ft (610 m). Seismic-reflection profiles (L.M. Liberty, written commun., 2003) and lithologic logs of water wells (Swanson and others, 1993; Mabey and Madin, 1995) indicate that as much as 550 m of late Miocene and younger sediments have accumulated in the deepest part of the basin near Vancouver. Most of this basin-fill material was carried in from the east by the Columbia River but contributions from streams draining the adjacent highlands are locally important. The Portland Basin has

  2. Environmental Impact of the Helen, Research, and Chicago Mercury Mines on Water, Sediment, and Biota in the Upper Dry Creek Watershed, Lake County, California

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    Rytuba, James J.; Hothem, Roger L.; May, Jason T.; Kim, Christopher S.; Lawler, David; Goldstein, Daniel; Brussee, Brianne E.

    2009-01-01

    The Helen, Research, and Chicago mercury (Hg) deposits are among the youngest Hg deposits in the Coast Range Hg mineral belt and are located in the southwestern part of the Clear Lake volcanic field in Lake County, California. The mine workings and tailings are located in the headwaters of Dry Creek. The Helen Hg mine is the largest mine in the watershed having produced about 7,600 flasks of Hg. The Chicago and Research Hg mines produced only a small amount of Hg, less than 30 flasks. Waste rock and tailings have eroded from the mines, and mine drainage from the Helen and Research mines contributes Hg-enriched mine wastes to the headwaters of Dry Creek and contaminate the creek further downstream. The mines are located on federal land managed by the U.S. Bureau of Land Management (USBLM). The USBLM requested that the U.S. Geological Survey (USGS) measure and characterize Hg and geochemical constituents in tailings, sediment, water, and biota at the Helen, Research, and Chicago mines and in Dry Creek. This report is made in response to the USBLM request to conduct a Comprehensive Environmental Response, Compensation, and Liability Act (CERCLA - Removal Site Investigation (RSI). The RSI applies to removal of Hg-contaminated mine waste from the Helen, Research, and Chicago mines as a means of reducing Hg transport to Dry Creek. This report summarizes data obtained from field sampling of mine tailings, waste rock, sediment, and water at the Helen, Research, and Chicago mines on April 19, 2001, during a storm event. Further sampling of water, sediment, and biota at the Helen mine area and the upper part of Dry Creek was completed on July 15, 2003, during low-flow conditions. Our results permit a preliminary assessment of the mining sources of Hg and associated chemical constituents that could elevate levels of monomethyl Hg (MMeHg) in the water, sediment, and biota that are impacted by historic mining.

  3. Leaching characteristics of ash from the May 18, 1980, eruption of Mount St. Helens volcano, Washington

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    Smith, D. B.; Zielinski, R. A.; Taylor, H. E.; Sawyer, M. B.

    1983-06-01

    Leaching of freshly erupted air-fall ash, unaffected by rain, from the May 18, 1980, eruption of Mount St. Helens volcano, Washington, shows that Ca2+, Na+, Mg2+, SO{4/2-}, and Cl- are the predominant chemical species released on first exposure of the ash to water. Extremely high correlation of Ca with SO4 and Na with Cl in water leachates suggests the presence of CaSO4 and NaCl salts on the ash. The amount of water soluble material on ash increases with distance from source and with the weight fraction of small (less than 63 micrometers) ash particles of high-surface area. This suggests that surface reactions such as adsorption are responsible for concentrating the soluble material. CaSO4, NaCl, and other salts are probably formed as microscopic crystals in the high-temperature core of the eruption column and are then adsorbed by silicate ash particles. The environmentally important elements Zn, Cu, Cd, F. Pb, and Ba are released by a water leach in concentrations which could pose short-term hazards to some forms of aquatic life. However, calculated concentrations are based on a water-to-ash ratio of 4:1 or less, which is probably an underestimation of the regionally operative ratio. A subsequent leach of ash by warm alkaline solution shows dramatic increases, in the amount of dissolved SiO2, U, and V, which are probably caused by increased dissolution of the glassy component of ash. Glass dissolution by alkaline ground water is a mechanism for providing these three elements to sedimentary traps where they may coaccumulate as uraniferous silica or U-V minerals. Leaching characteristics of ash from Mount St. Helens are comparable to characteristics of ash of similar composition from volcanoes in Guatemala. Ashes from each locality show similar ions predominating for a given leachate and similar fractions of a particular element in the ash removed on contact with the leach solution.

  4. Rockslide-debris avalanche of May 18, 1980, Mount St. Helens Volcano, Washington

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    Glicken, Harry

    1996-01-01

    This report provides a detailed picture of the rockslide-debris avalanche of the May 18, 1980, eruption of Mount St. Helens volcano. It provides a characterization of the deposit, a reinterpretation of the details of the first minutes of the eruption of May 18, and insight into the transport mechanism of the mass movement. Details of the rockslide event, as revealed by eyewitness photographs, are correlated with features of the deposit. The photographs show three slide blocks in the rockslide movement. Slide block I was triggered by a magnitude 5.1 earthquake at 8:32 a.m. Pacific Daylight Time (P.D.T.). An exploding cryptodome burst through slide block II to produce the 'blast surge.' Slide block III consisted of many discrete failures that were carried out in continuing pyroclastic currents generated from the exploding cryptodome. The cryptodome continued to depressurize after slide block III, producing a blast deposit that rests on top of the debris-avalanche deposit. The hummocky 2.5 cubic kilometer debris-avalanche deposit consists of block facies (pieces of the pre-eruption Mount St. Helens transported relatively intact) and matrix facies (a mixture of rocks from the old mountain and cryptodome dacite). Block facies is divided into five lithologic units. Matrix facies was derived from the explosively generated current of slide block III as well as from disaggregation and mixing of debris-avalanche blocks. The mean density of the old cone was measured to be abut 20 percent greater than the mean density of the avalanche deposit. Density in the deposit does not decrease with distance which suggests that debris-avalanche blocks were dilated at the mountain, rather than during transport. Various grain-size parameters that show that clast size converges about a mean with distance suggest mixing during transport. The debris-avalanche flow can be considered a grain flow, where particles -- either debris-avalanche blocks or the clasts within the blocks -- collided and

  5. Ambient noise tomography across Mount St. Helens using a dense seismic array

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    Wang, Yadong

    2017-05-08

    We investigated upper crustal structure with data from a dense seismic array deployed around Mount St. Helens for 2 weeks in the summer of 2014. Interstation cross correlations of ambient seismic noise data from the array were obtained, and clear fundamental mode Rayleigh waves were observed between 2.5 and 5 s periods. In addition, higher-mode signals were observed around 2 s period. Frequency-time analysis was applied to measure fundamental mode Rayleigh wave phase velocities, which were used to invert for 2-D phase velocity maps. An azimuth-dependent traveltime correction was implemented to mitigate potential biases introduced due to an inhomogeneous noise source distribution. Reliable phase velocity maps were only obtained between 3 and 4 s periods due to limitations imposed by the array aperture and higher-mode contamination. The phase velocity tomography results, which are sensitive to structure shallower than 6 km depth, reveal an ~10–15% low-velocity anomaly centered beneath the volcanic edifice and peripheral high-velocity anomalies that likely correspond to cooled igneous intrusions. We suggest that the low-velocity anomaly reflects the high-porosity mixture of lava and ash deposits near the surface of the edifice, a highly fractured magmatic conduit and hydrothermal system beneath the volcano, and possibly a small contribution from silicate melt.

  6. Mount St. Helens Quick Response Damage Assessment Using High-Altitude Infrared Photography

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    Hinkle, Richard E.; Prill, James C.; Pruitt, John R.

    1981-11-01

    After the destructive volcanic eruption of Mount St. Helens on May 18, 1980, there was a need for a quick response damage assessment. Timeliness of the information was emphasized because of the need to immediately devise land man-agement plans for timber sale operations, rehabilitation efforts, fire protection activities, and areas to be preserved. High-altitude color-infrared photography was collected during May and June by the National Aeronautics and Space Administra-tion (NASA) Ames Research Center (ARC). Interpretation of the photography plus a helicopter trip into the area provided the basis for the construction of 58 map-registered overlays within a 3-week period. These overlays depicted in detail the damage to timber resources, the transportation network, and the watershed. Using the 14 timber loss overlays, U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) Forest Service personnel were able to digitize cells depicting ownership, degree of damage, and the preeruption cover classes. These digitized data provided such informa-tion as the total area affected within and outside the national forest, total timber acreage destroyed and damaged, the sizes of timber destroyed, and the acreage of barren land both before and after the eruption. The hydrology and transportation overlays provided information for an alert system to locate areas needing in-depth studies. These problem areas were then studied in detail on low-altitude color photography so that potential erosion sites could receive preventive treatments and essential access roads needed for fire control and timber salvage could be repaired.

  7. Aircraft sampling of the sulfate layer near the tropopause following the eruption of Mount St. Helens

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    Lezberg, E. A.; Otterson, D. A.; Roberts, W. K.; Papathakos, L. C.

    1982-01-01

    Twenty filter sampling flights of the NASA Lewis F-106 aircraft were conducted in the Great Lakes region between June 4 and August 8, 1980, following the major eruption of Mount St. Helens, Washington on May 18. The IPC-1478 filters were exposed over an altitude range spanning the local tropopause. Quarter sections were analyzed for sulfate and nitrate by ion chromatography and selected samples were analyzed for chloride by selective ion electrode. Trace elements were searched by X-ray fluorescence analysis. A filter sample taken above the tropopause on June 5 indicated a sulfate level of 50 times the baseline measurements. Subsequent measurements over a period of 2 months showed an initial dropoff and formation of a persistent layer of sulfate above the tropopause with a concentration of 10 to 18 times previously measured background-levels. Concentrations of nitrate above the tropopause exhibited considerable variability and some enhancement compared with previously measured concentration levels. It is suggested that the source of the nitrate may also be volcanic as evidenced by its temporal relationship to the sulfate concentration changes. Based on the null results of X-ray fluorescence measurements, there is no evidence of ash particle concentrations greater than 3.4 microns g/cubic m persisting in the layer above the tropopause after the second transit of the cloud.

  8. Inpatient management of borderline personality disorder at Helen Joseph Hospital, Johannesburg

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    Laila Paruk

    2016-06-01

    Full Text Available Objective: The aim of this report was to establish a profile of patients with borderline personality disorder (BPD admitted to the acute inpatient psychiatric assessment unit at the Helen Joseph Hospital, in Johannesburg, over the course of 1 year. Methods: A retrospective record review was conducted to investigate the prevalence, demographics, reasons for admission, treatment, length of stay and follow-up of a group of inpatients during 2010 with a diagnosis of BPD, based on DSM-IV-TR diagnostic criteria, allocated on discharge. Results: Considering evidence retrospectively, the quality of the BPD diagnosis allocated appeared adequate. Statistical analysis revealed findings mainly in keeping with other reports, for example, that patients with BPD are above-average users of resources who make significantly more use of emergency services and that they generally do not adhere well to their scheduled outpatient follow-up arrangements. The longer average length of inpatient stay of this group with BPD, however, exceeded the typically brief period generally recommended for acute inpatient containment and emergency intervention. Conclusion: Implementation of targeted prevention and early intervention strategies, based on systematised programmes such as dialectical behavioural therapy and mentalisation based therapy, may be useful in addressing these problems experienced with integrating the in- and outpatient management of BPD. Keywords: Borderline personality; inpatient; acute

  9. Emplacement of a silicic lava dome through a crater glacier: Mount St Helens, 2004-06

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    Walder, J.S.; LaHusen, R.G.; Vallance, J.W.; Schilling, S.P.

    2007-01-01

    The process of lava-dome emplacement through a glacier was observed for the first time after Mount St Helens reawakened in September 2004. The glacier that had grown in the crater since the cataclysmic 1980 eruption was split in two by the new lava dome. The two parts of the glacier were successively squeezed against the crater wall. Photography, photogrammetry and geodetic measurements document glacier deformation of an extreme variety, with strain rates of extraordinary magnitude as compared to normal alpine glaciers. Unlike normal temperate glaciers, the crater glacier shows no evidence of either speed-up at the beginning of the ablation season or diurnal speed fluctuations during the ablation season. Thus there is evidently no slip of the glacier over its bed. The most reasonable explanation for this anomaly is that meltwater penetrating the glacier is captured by a thick layer of coarse rubble at the bed and then enters the volcano's groundwater system rather than flowing through a drainage network along the bed.

  10. Drainage evolution in the debris avalanche deposits near Mount Saint Helens, Washington

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    Beach, G. L.; Dzurisin, D.

    1984-01-01

    The 18 May 1980 eruption of Mount St. Helens was initiated by a massive rockslide-debris avalanche which completely transformed the upper 25 km of the North Fork Toutle River valley. The debris was generated by one of the largest gravitational mass movements ever recorded on Earth. Moving at an average velocity of 35 m/s, the debris avalanche buried approximately 60 sq km of terrain to an average depth of 45 m with unconsolidated, poorly sorted volcaniclastic material, all within a period of 10 minutes. Where exposed and unaltered by subsequent lahars and pyroclastic flows, the new terrain surface was characterized predominantly by hummocks, closed depressions, and the absence of an identifiable channel network. Following emplacement of the debris avalanche, a complex interrelationship of fluvial and mass wasting processes immediately began operating to return the impacted area to an equilibrium status through the removal of material (potential energy) and re-establishment of graded conditions. In an attempt to chronicle the morphologic evolution of this unique environmental setting, a systematic series of interpretative maps of several selected areas was produced. These maps, which document the rate and character of active geomorphic processes, are discussed.

  11. A Survey of Ant Species in Three Habitats at Mount St. Helens National Volcanic Monument

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    Jessamy J. Rango

    2012-01-01

    Full Text Available Ants were surveyed in three habitats at Mount St. Helens in 2008. The area most impacted by the 1980 eruption is the Pumice Plain. Less impacted is the Blowdown Zone where trees were toppled due to the blast. Two habitats were surveyed in the Pumice Plain varying in vegetation density (Pumice Plain Low-Vegetation (PPLV and Pumice Plain High-Vegetation (PPHV, and one habitat was surveyed in the Blowdown Zone (BDZ. Ten ant species were collected with the most species collected from the BDZ habitat and the least from the PPLV habitat. Ant abundance was higher at the BDZ and PPHV habitats than at the PPLV habitat. Ant biodiversity was highest at the BDZ habitat than at the PPHV and PPLV habitats. Significant correlations between ant community parameters and plant community parameters were also found. Few plants in the PPLV habitat may contribute to the lack of ants. High ant species richness at the BDZ habitat may be due to complex plant architecture. Results from this study suggest that ants are important focal species in tracking biotic recovery following disturbances.

  12. O desejo na Grécia Helenística

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    Full Text Available O presente trabalho é a terceira e última parte de uma pesquisa sobre “O desejo na Grécia Antiga”. Na primeira parte, reunimos as manifestações do desejo nos poemas épicos, líricos e trágicos, bem como nas máximas dos sete sábios e na doutrina dos filósofos pré-socráticos da Grécia Arcaica. Na segunda, apresentamos o essencial da sistematização teórica que, na Grécia Clássica, Sócrates, Platão e Aristóteles deram a essas primeiras manifestações do desejo. Nesta última parte, depois de lembrar a origem e as características da cultura helenística, vamos ver o que os epicuristas e os estóicos, no contexto de suas respectivas filosofias, disseram sobre o desejo no Jardim de Epicuro e no Pórtico Antigo de Zenão e Crísipo.

  13. Digital database of channel cross-section surveys, Mount St. Helens, Washington

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    Mosbrucker, Adam R.; Spicer, Kurt R.; Major, Jon J.; Saunders, Dennis R.; Christianson, Tami S.; Kingsbury, Cole G.

    2015-08-06

    Stream-channel cross-section survey data are a fundamental component to studies of fluvial geomorphology. Such data provide important parameters required by many open-channel flow models, sediment-transport equations, sediment-budget computations, and flood-hazard assessments. At Mount St. Helens, Washington, the long-term response of channels to the May 18, 1980, eruption, which dramatically altered the hydrogeomorphic regime of several drainages, is documented by an exceptional time series of repeat stream-channel cross-section surveys. More than 300 cross sections, most established shortly following the eruption, represent more than 100 kilometers of surveyed topography. Although selected cross sections have been published previously in print form, we present a comprehensive digital database that includes geospatial and tabular data. Furthermore, survey data are referenced to a common geographic projection and to common datums. Database design, maintenance, and data dissemination are accomplished through a geographic information system (GIS) platform, which integrates survey data acquired with theodolite, total station, and global navigation satellite system (GNSS) instrumentation. Users can interactively perform advanced queries and geospatial time-series analysis. An accuracy assessment provides users the ability to quantify uncertainty within these data. At the time of publication, this project is ongoing. Regular database updates are expected; users are advised to confirm they are using the latest version.

  14. Database for geologic maps of pyroclastic-flow and related deposits of the 1980 eruptions of Mount St. Helens, Washington

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    Furze, Andrew J; Bard, Joseph A.; Robinson, Joel; Ramsey, David W.; Kuntz, Mel A.; Rowley, Peter D.; MacLeod, Norman S.

    2017-10-31

    This publication releases digital versions of the geologic maps in U.S. Geological Survey Miscellaneous Investigations Map 1950 (USGS I-1950), “Geologic maps of pyroclastic-flow and related deposits of the 1980 eruptions of Mount St. Helens, Washington” (Kuntz, Rowley, and MacLeod, 1990) (https://pubs.er.usgs.gov/publication/i1950). The 1980 Mount St. Helens eruptions on May 18, May 25, June 12, July 22, August 7, and October 16–18 produced pyroclastic-flow and related deposits. The distribution and morphology of these deposits, as determined from extensive field studies and examination of vertical aerial photographs, are shown on four maps in I-1950 (maps A–D) on two map sheets. Map A shows the May 18, May 25, and June 12 deposits; map B shows the July 22 deposits; map C shows the August 7 deposits; and map D shows the October 16–18 deposits. No digital geospatial versions of the geologic data were made available at the time of publication of the original maps. This data release consists of attributed vector features, data tables, and the cropped and georeferenced scans from which the features were digitized, in order to enable visualization and analysis of these data in GIS software. This data release enables users to digitally re-create the maps and description of map units of USGS I-1950; map sheet 1 includes text sections (Introduction, Physiography of Mount St. Helens at the time of the 1980 eruptions, Processes of the 1980 eruptions, Deposits of the 1980 eruptions, Limitations of the maps, Preparation of the maps, and References cited) and associated tables and figures that are not included in this data release.

  15. GeoGirls: A Geology and Geophysics Field Camp for Middle School Girls at Mount St. Helens

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    Samson, C.; Allstadt, K.; Melander, S.; Groskopf, A.; Driedger, C. L.; Westby, E.

    2015-12-01

    The August 2015 GeoGirls program was a project designed to inspire girls to gain an appreciation and enthusiasm for Earth sciences using Mount St. Helens as an outdoor volcanic laboratory. Occupations in the field of science and engineering tend to be held by more males than females. One way to address this is to introduce girls to possible opportunities within the geosciences and encourage them to learn more about the dynamic environment in which they live. In 2015, the GeoGirls program sought to accomplish this goal through organizing a five day-long field camp for twenty middle school-aged girls, along with four high school-aged mentors and two local teachers. This group explored Mount St. Helens guided by female scientists from the USGS Cascade Volcano Observatory (CVO), the Mount St. Helens Institute (MSHI), UNAVCO, Boise State, Georgia Tech, University of Washington and Oregon State University. To introduce participants to techniques used by volcanologists, the girls participated in hands-on experiments and research projects focusing on seismology, GPS, terrestrial lidar, photogrammetry, water and tephra. Participants also learned to collect samples, analyze data and use microscopes. Through this experience, participants acquired strategies for conducting research by developing hypotheses, making observations, thinking critically and sharing their findings with others. The success of the GeoGirls program was evaluated by participant and parent survey questionnaires, which allowed assessment of overall enthusiasm and interest in pursuing careers in the geosciences. The program was free to participants and was run jointly by MSHI and CVO and funded by NSF, the American Association of University Women, the Association for Women Geoscientists, the Association of Environmental & Engineering Geologists and private donors. The program will run again in the summer of 2016.

  16. Hydrometeor-enhanced tephra sedimentation: Constraints from the 18 May 1980 eruption of Mount St. Helens

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    Durant, A.J.; Rose, William I.; Sarna-Wojcicki, A. M.; Carey, Steven; Volentik, A.C.M.

    2009-01-01

    Uncertainty remains on the origin of distal mass deposition maxima observed in many recent tephra fall deposits. In this study the link between ash aggregation and the formation of distal mass deposition maxima is investigated through reanalysis of tephra fallout from the Mount St. Helens 18 May 1980 (MSH80) eruption. In addition, we collate all the data needed to model distal ash sedimentation from the MSH80 eruption cloud. Four particle size subpopulations were present in distal fallout with modes at 2.2 ??, 4.2 ??, 5.9 ??, and 8.3 ??. Settling rates of the coarsest subpopulation closely matched predicted single-particle terminal fall velocities. Sedimentation of particles <100 ??m was greatly enhanced, predominantly through aggregation of a particle subpopulation with modal diameter 5.9 ?? 0.2 ?? (19 ?? 3 ??m). Mammatus on the MSH80 cloud provided a mechanism to transport very fine ash particles, with predicted atmospheric lifetimes of days to weeks, from the upper troposphere to the surface in a matter of hours. In this mechanism, ash particles initiate ice hydrometeor formation high in the troposphere. Subsequently, the volcanic cloud rapidly subsides as mammatus develop from increased particle loading and cloud base sublimation. Rapid fallout occurs as the cloud passes through the melting level in a process analogous to snowflake aggregation. Aggregates sediment en masse and form the distal mass deposition maxima observed in many recent volcanic ash fall deposits. This work provides a data resource that will facilitate tephra sedimentation modeling and allow model intercomparisons. Copyright 2009 by the American Geophysical Union.

  17. Uljanow – człowiek bezdomny. Uwagi o książce Helen Rappaport

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    Piotr Kuligowski

    2016-06-01

    Full Text Available Helen Rapport w swojej książce Conspirator: Lenin in Exile proponowała nowe spojrzenie na emigracyjny okres życia Lenina, to jest na lata 1902–1917, jako na czas najistotniejszy w życiu rosyjskiego rewolucjonisty. Ten sposób ujęcia zagadnienia otwiera przestrzeń dla nowych interpretacji, ale także wiąże się z określonymi problemami. Rappaport udało się do pewnego stopnia „odbrązowić” Lenina i ukazać go jako postać, której cechy i światopogląd wówczas dopiero się kształtowały. Z drugiej jednak strony, książka zawiera sporo słabo ugruntowanych źródłowo, lecz „sensacyjnych” wątków, które w dużej mierze zapewniły jej rozgłos. Rappaport nie dała również przekonujących odpowiedzi na pytanie, w jaki sposób pobyt w różnych krajach Europy wpłynął na ewolucję światopoglądową Lenina, ograniczając się w tej sferze do referowania kolejnych prac rosyjskiego rewolucjonisty lub do prób przyjrzenia się im przez pryzmat jego cech psychologicznych.

  18. Analysis of GPS-measured deformation associated with the 2004-2006 dome-building eruption of Mount St. Helens, Washington: Chapter 15 in A volcano rekindled: the renewed eruption of Mount St. Helens, 2004-2006

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    Lisowski, Michael; Dzurisin, Daniel; Denlinger, Roger P.; Iwatsubo, Eugene Y.; Sherrod, David R.; Scott, William E.; Stauffer, Peter H.

    2008-01-01

    Detecting far-field deformation at Mount St. Helens since the crater-forming landslide and blast in 1980 has been difficult despite frequent volcanic activity and improved monitoring techniques. Between 1982 and 1991, the systematic extension of line lengths in a regional GPS trilateration network is consistent with recharge of a deep magma chamber during that interval. The rate of extension, however, averages only 3 mm/yr, and some of this apparent deformation may result from systematic scale error in the electronic distance measurements. Subsequent GPS surveys and data from a continuous GPS station, located 9 km north of Mount St. Helens and operating since 1997, show no significant volcanic deformation until the start of unrest on September 23, 2004. The current eruption has been accompanied by subtle but widespread inward and downward movement of GPS monitoring stations, exponentially decreasing with time and totaling as much as 30 mm. The observed deformation is consistent with the predictions of an elastic half-space model of a vertically elongate magma chamber with its center at a depth of around 7 to 8 km and with a total cavity-volume loss of about 16–24×106 m3

  19. La tipología urbanística alejandrina en la ciudad helenística

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    Joaquín Montero Múñiz

    2000-01-01

    Full Text Available En este artículo se realiza un acercamiento al urbanismo en la Antigüedad, y más en concreto al urbanismo regular aparecido en la antigua Grecia, que encuentra su máxima expresión y difusión con las conquistas territoriales de Alejandro Magno y, posteriormente, durante los reinos helenísticos. La planificación y la fundación de nuevas ciudades durante la época helenística no sólo es un agente motor de desarrollo económico, de control político-militar del territorio o de difusión cultural, sino un factor muy importante y profundo de la propaganda política regia que más tarde seguirán empleando los emperadores romanos.In this article is carried out an approach to the urbanism in the Antiquity, and specific to the planned urbanism in Ancient Greece, that finds its máximum expression and diffusion with Alexander's the Great territorial conquests and, later on, during the Hellenistic kingdoms. The planning and foundation of new cities during the Hellenistic era are not only a motor of economic development, political and military control of the territory or cultural diffusion, but a very important and deep factor of the royal political propaganda that will be used later by the Román emperors.

  20. Helen Kim as New Woman and Collaborator: A Comprehensive Assessment of Korean Collaboration under Japanese Colonial Rule

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    AhRan Ellie Bae

    2017-02-01

    Full Text Available Although almost seventy years has passed since Korea's liberation from Japanese rule, the issue of collaboration still haunts Korea today. Attempts to resolve this issue have tended to focus attention on the traitorous actions of "collaborators" without considering the gray areas that surround their actions such as the circumstances that influenced the accused to commit their alleged traitorous acts and the intentions that drove their decisions. Helen Kim, as a "new woman" and an educator, valued the necessity of providing education for women. Yet, her efforts to realize this goal, to the contrary, forced her into actions that would later be used to construct a reputation as a Japanese collaborator. Korea's nationalist historiography has a tendency to polarize this issue by categorizing a "collaborator" as either a traitor or a patriot. However, when we take a closer look at these collaborators' lives, we discover that most collaboration happened in gray areas where it is often difficult to clearly draw a line between treason and collaboration. Helen Kim's case suggests that the issue of collaboration cannot be fully explained by nationalist historiography's framework and we must give attention to these gray areas. Through her story I hope to complicate the issue of collaboration by raising questions that address the gray areas that surround the actions of "collaborators." In doing so, I hope to challenge the nationalist historiography's propensity to oversimplify this issue and present a more nuanced understanding of it.

  1. Polyphony and counterpoint: Mechanisms of seduction in the diaries of Helen Hessel and Henri Pierre Roché

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    Catherine du Toit

    2015-06-01

    Full Text Available Henri Pierre Roché (1879–1959, the author of Jules et Jim, has been called a general introducer, an exemplary amateur, a collector of women and art and one of the most prolific diarists and active lovers in recorded history. Author of a collection of vignettes about Don Juan, Roché was fascinated with the figure of the seducer and in his twenties planned to devote his life to the creation of a body of work which would examine moral, intellectual, social and sexual relations between women and men. To this end, he would transform his life into a laboratory where real-life experiences would become the main source of reference. Roché’s diary spans sixty years and abounds in tales of seduction. However, the most intense and captivating intrigue of seduction and betrayal in his diary, is his relationship with Helen Hessel. At the start of their affair, Roché suggested that she too should keep a diary of the maelstrom of passion into which they were plunged. Written in French, German and English, Helen Hessel’s diary captures the drama of seduction and functions on several levels: realistic, visionary, absorbed in her thoughts and emotions and yet critical of herself and others. A juxtaposed reading of the two diaries generates a fascinatingly dense texture, revealing the mechanisms of seduction at play. The counterpoint created by these two interdependent voices becomes ever more complex as one becomes aware of the intertextual references that contribute to the emerging polyphony of recorded life and love.Polifonie en kontrapunt: Meganismes van verleiding in die dagboeke van Helen Hessel en Henri Pierre Roché. Henri Pierre Roché (1879–1959, outeur van Jules et Jim, word beskryf as ‘n sosiale koppelaar, ‘n model-liefhebber van alles en nog wat, ‘n versamelaar van vroue en kuns en een van die mees produktiewe dagboekskrywers en aktiewe minnaars in die opgetekende geskiedenis. Roché het ‘n reeks sketse oor Don Juan gepubliseer en

  2. The source of infrasound associated with long-period events at mount St. Helens

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    Matoza, R.S.; Garces, M.A.; Chouet, B.A.; D'Auria, L.; Hedlin, M.A.H.; De Groot-Hedlin, C.; Waite, G.P.

    2009-01-01

    During the early stages of the 2004-2008 Mount St. Helens eruption, the source process that produced a sustained sequence of repetitive long-period (LP) seismic events also produced impulsive broadband infrasonic signals in the atmosphere. To assess whether the signals could be generated simply by seismic-acoustic coupling from the shallow LP events, we perform finite difference simulation of the seismo-acoustic wavefield using a single numerical scheme for the elastic ground and atmosphere. The effects of topography, velocity structure, wind, and source configuration are considered. The simulations show that a shallow source buried in a homogeneous elastic solid produces a complex wave train in the atmosphere consisting of P/SV and Rayleigh wave energy converted locally along the propagation path, and acoustic energy originating from , the source epicenter. Although the horizontal acoustic velocity of the latter is consistent with our data, the modeled amplitude ratios of pressure to vertical seismic velocity are too low in comparison with observations, and the characteristic differences in seismic and acoustic waveforms and spectra cannot be reproduced from a common point source. The observations therefore require a more complex source process in which the infrasonic signals are a record of only the broadband pressure excitation mechanism of the seismic LP events. The observations and numerical results can be explained by a model involving the repeated rapid pressure loss from a hydrothermal crack by venting into a shallow layer of loosely consolidated, highly permeable material. Heating by magmatic activity causes pressure to rise, periodically reaching the pressure threshold for rupture of the "valve" sealing the crack. Sudden opening of the valve generates the broadband infrasonic signal and simultaneously triggers the collapse of the crack, initiating resonance of the remaining fluid. Subtle waveform and amplitude variability of the infrasonic signals as

  3. Growth of the 2004-2006 lava-dome complex at Mount St. Helens, Washington: Chapter 9 in A volcano rekindled: the renewed eruption of Mount St. Helens, 2004-2006

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    Vallance, James W.; Schneider, David J.; Schilling, Steve P.; Sherrod, David R.; Scott, William E.; Stauffer, Peter H.

    2008-01-01

    The eruption of Mount St. Helens from 2004 to 2006 has comprised extrusion of solid lava spines whose growth patterns were shaped by a large space south of the 1980-86 dome that was occupied by the unique combination of glacial ice, concealed subglacial slopes, the crater walls, and relics of previous spines. The eruption beginning September 2004 can be divided (as of April 2006) into five phases: (1) predome deformation and phreatic activity, (2) initial extrusion of spines, (3) recumbent spine growth and repeated breakup, (4) southward extrusion across previous dome debris, and (5) normal faulting of the phase 4 dome to form a depression, a shift to westward extrusion and overthrusting of earlier phase 5 products. Overall, steady spine extrusion gradually slowed from 6 m3/s in November 2004 to 0.6 m3/s in February 2006.

  4. Landscape Response to the 1980 Eruption of Mount St. Helens: Using Historical Aerial Photography to Measure Surface Change

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    Sweeney, K.; Major, J. J.

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    Advances in structure-from-motion (SfM) photogrammetry and point cloud comparison have fueled a proliferation of studies using modern imagery to monitor geomorphic change. These techniques also have obvious applications for reconstructing historical landscapes from vertical aerial imagery, but known challenges include insufficient photo overlap, systematic "doming" induced by photo-spacing regularity, missing metadata, and lack of ground control. Aerial imagery of landscape change in the North Fork Toutle River (NFTR) following the 1980 eruption of Mount St. Helens is a prime dataset to refine methodologies. In particular, (1) 14-μm film scans are available for 1:9600 images at 4-month intervals from 1980 - 1986, (2) the large magnitude of landscape change swamps systematic error and noise, and (3) stable areas (primary deposit features, roads, etc.) provide targets for both ground control and matching to modern lidar. Using AgiSoft PhotoScan, we create digital surface models from the NFTR imagery and examine how common steps in SfM workflows affect results. Tests of scan quality show high-resolution, professional film scans are superior to office scans of paper prints, reducing spurious points related to scan infidelity and image damage. We confirm earlier findings that cropping and rotating images improves point matching and the final surface model produced by the SfM algorithm. We demonstrate how the iterative closest point algorithm, implemented in CloudCompare and using modern lidar as a reference dataset, can serve as an adequate substitute for absolute ground control. Elevation difference maps derived from our surface models of Mount St. Helens show patterns consistent with field observations, including channel avulsion and migration, though systematic errors remain. We suggest that subtracting an empirical function fit to the long-wavelength topographic signal may be one avenue for correcting systematic error in similar datasets.

  5. Arco Vara vahetas majas materjalid odavama vastu / Kadi Heinsalu

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    Heinsalu, Kadi, 1966-

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    Ilmunud ka: Delovõje Vedomosti 14. märts lk. 10. Kinnisvaraarendaja Arco Vara loobus Kodukolde elamurajooni korterite hinnatõusust, kuid kasutas kokkuhoiu nimel odavamaid materjale kui alguses lubas. Kommenteerib Arco Vara turundusjuht Merle Väli

  6. Arco Vara eduloosse on tekkinud mõrad / Kadi Heinsalu

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    Heinsalu, Kadi, 1966-

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    Mitmed Arco Vara projektid on jäänud toppama, kasum on vähenenud ja ehituspool on kahjumis. Vt. samas: Ralf-Martin Soe. Elamuehituse marginaal väheneb; Laene rohkem kui miljardi eest; Arco Vara investeeringud. Diagramm: Majandusnäitajad

  7. Magnumi uksemaks ahistab ravimimüüjaid / Kadi Heinsalu

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    Heinsalu, Kadi, 1966-

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    Magnum Medical nõuab ravimitootjatelt 5-7% Apotheka apteegiketis müüdavate toodete käibest. Diagramm: Apteekide arv Eestis. Kommenteerivad Hannes Danilov ja Virkko Pullinen. Vt. samas: Uksemaks töötab nagu valgusfoor; Osavalt hajutatud põhitegevus

  8. Buffett kardab ajaleheäri surma / Kadi Heinsalu

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    Heinsalu, Kadi, 1966-

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    Investeerimisguru Warren Buffett ütles märtsi alguses, et ajalehetööstus kaotab võitluse tõttu muu meediaga jõudu ning hoiatas potentsiaalseid ajalehetööstusesse investeerijaid võimalike kaotuste eest. Vt. samas: Raivo Sormunen. Investeerimispank meediafirmade suhtes pessimistlik. Diagramm. Lisa: Taust

  9. Plant Succession on the Mount St. Helen's Debris-Avalanche Deposit and the Role of Non-native Species

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    Denton, Elsie M. [Eastern Oregon Agricultural Research center; Dale, Virginia H. [ORNL

    2017-09-01

    The abstract is published online only. If you did not include a short abstract for the online version when you submitted the manuscript, the first paragraph or the first 10 lines of the chapter will be displayed here. If possible, please provide us with an informative abstract. The debris-avalanche deposit is one of the most disturbed areas created by the 1980 eruption of Mount St. Helens, with little survival of a few plant fragments and primary succession mostly being initiated by the seeds dispersed onto the newly emplaced material. Vegetation changes on the debris-avalanche deposit during the first 30 years post eruption are analyzed considering the role of non-native species and potential future vegetation patterns on the deposit. We found that the aerial distribution of largely non-native seeds on a subset of plots at Mount St. Helens in 1980 has had a pronounced and enduring effect on subsequent vegetation communities.

  10. Kuidas rasketel hetkedel käitud, kellelt nõu küsid? / Erko Karing, Monika Peetson, Helen Sildna... [jt.

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    Küsimusele vastavad Guvatraki reklaamibüroo juht Erko Karing, audiitor- ja finantsnõustamisfirma Deloitte vandeaudiitor Monika Peetson, muusikapeo Tallinn Music Week peakorraldaja ja ettevõtte MUsicCase omanik Helen Sildna, ETL-Baltic Groupi juhatuse esimees ja üks loojatest Krista Mulenok, Eesti Posti e-arvete operaatori eArvekeskus juht Marius Arrak ning firma Sailinvest omanik Jaanus Tamme

  11. Effects of slope on the formation of dunes in dilute, turbulent pyroclastic currents: May 18th, 1980 Mt. St. Helens eruption

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    Bendana, Sylvana; Brand, Brittany D.; Self, Stephen

    2014-05-01

    The flanks of Mt St Helens volcano (MSH) are draped with thin, cross-stratified and stratified pyroclastic density current (PDC) deposits. These are known as the proximal bedded deposits produced during the May 18th, 1980 eruption of MSH. While the concentrated portions of the afternoon PDCs followed deep topographic drainages down the steep flanks of the volcano, the dilute overriding cloud partially decoupled to develop fully dilute, turbulent PDCs on the flanks of the volcano (Beeson, D.L. 1988. Proximal Flank Facies of the May 18, 1980 Ignimbrite: Mt. St. Helens, Washington.). The deposits along the flank thus vary greatly from those found in the pumice plain, which are generally thick, massive, poorly-sorted, block-rich deposits associated with the more concentrated portions of the flow (Brand et al, accepted. Dynamics of pyroclastic density currents: Conditions that promote substrate erosion and self-channelization - Mount St Helens, Washington (USA). JVGR). We explore the influence of topography on the formation of these dilute currents and influence of slope on the currents transport and depositional mechanisms. The deposits on steeper slopes (>15°) are fines depleted relative to the proximal bedded deposits on shallower slopes (origin and transport of dilute PDCs.

  12. Sediment transport at gaging stations near Mount St. Helens, Washington, 1980-90, data collection and analysis

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    Dinehart, Randal L.

    1998-01-01

    River sedimentation caused by the May 18, 1980, eruption of Mount St. Helens, Washington, has been monitored in a continuing program by the U.S. Geological Survey. In this report, sediment discharge and changes in sediment transport are summarized from data collected at stream-gaging stations near Mount St. Helens during the years 1980 through 1990. The objectives of the monitoring program included collection of data for calculation of total sediment discharge, computation of daily suspended-sediment discharge, and detailed observations of unique sediment-laden flows. Over the 11-year period, most sediment data were collected at gaging stations on seven eruption affected streams: the Green River, the North and South Fork Toutle Rivers, the Toutle River, the Cowlitz River, Clearwater Creek, and the Muddy River. About 170 million tons of sediment (excluding volcanic debris flows) were transported in suspension from the Toutle River basin during water years 1980–90. Another 13 million tons were transported past the gaging stations on Muddy River in the upper Lewis River basin during water years 1982–90. Long-term reductions in sediment concentration occurred within most ranges of stream discharge at streams dominated by transport from the debris-avalanche deposit and at streams in drainage basins with extensive airfall deposits. Reductions in sediment concentration were less apparent at upper ranges of discharge in two streams dominated by lahar deposits, the South Fork Toutle River and the Muddy River. Bed material, suspended sediment, and bedload were sampled periodically and analyzed for size distributions. Bed material and bedload coarsened with time at some stations. Median particle sizes of suspended sediment did not show a simple relation with time. During water years 1980–84, bed material in the lower Toutle River was medium to coarse sand. During the same period, bed material in the North Fork Toutle River was coarse sand and fine gravel. By 1990

  13. Long-term autonomous volcanic gas monitoring with Multi-GAS at Mount St. Helens, Washington, and Augustine Volcano, Alaska

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    Kelly, P. J.; Ketner, D. M.; Kern, C.; Lahusen, R. G.; Lockett, C.; Parker, T.; Paskievitch, J.; Pauk, B.; Rinehart, A.; Werner, C. A.

    2015-12-01

    In recent years, the USGS Volcano Hazards Program has worked to implement continuous real-time in situ volcanic gas monitoring at volcanoes in the Cascade Range and Alaska. The main goal of this ongoing effort is to better link the compositions of volcanic gases to other real-time monitoring data, such as seismicity and deformation, in order to improve baseline monitoring and early detection of volcanic unrest. Due to the remote and difficult-to-access nature of volcanic-gas monitoring sites in the Cascades and Alaska, we developed Multi-GAS instruments that can operate unattended for long periods of time with minimal direct maintenance from field personnel. Our Multi-GAS stations measure H2O, CO2, SO2, and H2S gas concentrations, are comprised entirely of commercial off-the-shelf components, and are powered by small solar energy systems. One notable feature of our Multi-GAS stations is that they include a unique capability to perform automated CO2, SO2, and H2S sensor verifications using portable gas standards while deployed in the field, thereby allowing for rigorous tracking of sensor performances. In addition, we have developed novel onboard data-processing routines that allow diagnostic and monitoring data - including gas ratios (e.g. CO2/SO2) - to be streamed in real time to internal observatory and public web pages without user input. Here we present over one year of continuous data from a permanent Multi-GAS station installed in August 2014 in the crater of Mount St. Helens, Washington, and several months of data from a station installed near the summit of Augustine Volcano, Alaska in June 2015. Data from the Mount St. Helens Multi-GAS station has been streaming to a public USGS site since early 2015, a first for a permanent Multi-GAS site. Neither station has detected significant changes in gas concentrations or compositions since they were installed, consistent with low levels of seismicity and deformation.

  14. From dome to dust: shallow crystallization and fragmentation of conduit magma during the 2004-2006 dome extrusion of Mount St. Helens, Washington: Chapter 19 in A volcano rekindled: the renewed eruption of Mount St. Helens, 2004-2006

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    Cashman, Katharine V.; Thornber, Carl R.; Pallister, John S.; Sherrod, David R.; Scott, William E.; Stauffer, Peter H.

    2008-01-01

    An unusual feature of the 2004-6 eruptive activity of Mount St. Helens has been the continuous growth of successive spines that are mantled by thick fault gouge. Fault gouge formation requires, first, solidification of ascending magma within the conduit, then brittle fragmentation and cataclastic flow. We document these processes through field relations, hand samples, and thin-section textures. Field observations show that the gouge zone is typically 1-3 m thick and that it includes cataclasite and, locally, breccia in addition to unconsolidated (true) gouge. The gouge contains multiple slickenside sets oriented subparallel to each other and to the striation direction, as well as surface striations parallel to extrusion direction. Hand specimens show the cataclasite and gouge to be composed of a wide size range of broken dome and wallrock fragments. This grain-size heterogeneity is even more pronounced in thin section, where individual samples contain fragments that span more than four orders of magnitude in size (from more than 10 to less than 10-3 mm).

  15. Volcanic tremor masks its seismogenic source: Results from a study of noneruptive tremor recorded at Mount St. Helens, Washington

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    Denlinger, Roger P.; Moran, Seth C.

    2014-01-01

    On 2 October 2004, a significant noneruptive tremor episode occurred during the buildup to the 2004–2008 eruption of Mount St. Helens (Washington). This episode was remarkable both because no explosion followed, and because seismicity abruptly stopped following the episode. This sequence motivated us to consider a model for volcanic tremor that does not involve energetic gas release from magma but does involve movement of conduit magma through extension on its way toward the surface. We found that the tremor signal was composed entirely of Love and Rayleigh waves and that its spectral bandwidth increased and decreased with signal amplitude, with broader bandwidth signals containing both higher and lower frequencies. Our modeling results demonstrate that the forces giving rise to this tremor were largely normal to conduit walls, generating hybrid head waves along conduit walls that are coupled to internally reflected waves. Together these form a crucial part of conduit resonance, giving tremor wavefields that are largely a function of waveguide geometry and velocity. We find that the mechanism of tremor generation fundamentally masks the nature of the seismogenic source giving rise to resonance. Thus multiple models can be invoked to explain volcanic tremor, requiring that information from other sources (such as visual observations, geodesy, geology, and gas geochemistry) be used to constrain source models. With concurrent GPS and field data supporting rapid rise of magma, we infer that tremor resulted from drag of nearly solid magma along rough conduit walls as magma was forced toward the surface.

  16. The effect of consumers and mutualists of Vaccinium membranaceum at Mount St. Helens: dependence on successional context.

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    Full Text Available In contrast to secondary succession, studies of terrestrial primary succession largely ignore the role of biotic interactions, other than plant facilitation and competition, despite the expectation that simplified interaction webs and propagule-dependent demographics may amplify the effects of consumers and mutualists. We investigated whether successional context determined the impact of consumers and mutualists by quantifying their effects on reproduction by the shrub Vaccinium membranaceum in primary and secondary successional sites at Mount St. Helens (Washington, USA, and used simulations to explore the effects of these interactions on colonization. Species interactions differed substantially between sites, and the combined effect of consumers and mutualists was much more strongly negative for primary successional plants. Because greater local control of propagule pressure is expected to increase successional rates, we evaluated the role of dispersal in the context of these interactions. Our simulations showed that even a small local seed source greatly increases population growth rates, thereby balancing strong consumer pressure. The prevalence of strong negative interactions in the primary successional site is a reminder that successional communities will not exhibit the distribution of interaction strengths characteristic of stable communities, and suggests the potential utility of modeling succession as the consequence of interaction strengths.

  17. Rapid, low-cost photogrammetry to monitor volcanic eruptions: an example from Mount St. Helens, Washington, USA

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    Diefenbach, Angela K.; Crider, Juliet G.; Schilling, Steve P.; Dzurisin, Daniel

    2012-01-01

    We describe a low-cost application of digital photogrammetry using commercially available photogrammetric software and oblique photographs taken with an off-the-shelf digital camera to create sequential digital elevation models (DEMs) of a lava dome that grew during the 2004–2008 eruption of Mount St. Helens (MSH) volcano. Renewed activity at MSH provided an opportunity to devise and test this method, because it could be validated against other observations of this well-monitored volcano. The datasets consist of oblique aerial photographs (snapshots) taken from a helicopter using a digital single-lens reflex camera. Twelve sets of overlapping digital images of the dome taken during 2004–2007 were used to produce DEMs and to calculate lava dome volumes and extrusion rates. Analyses of the digital images were carried out using photogrammetric software to produce three-dimensional coordinates of points identified in multiple photos. The evolving morphology of the dome was modeled by comparing successive DEMs. Results were validated by comparison to volume measurements derived from traditional vertical photogrammetric surveys by the US Geological Survey Cascades Volcano Observatory. Our technique was significantly less expensive and required less time than traditional vertical photogrammetric techniques; yet, it consistently yielded volume estimates within 5% of the traditional method. This technique provides an inexpensive, rapid assessment tool for tracking lava dome growth or other topographic changes at restless volcanoes.

  18. Effect of temperature on the permeability of lava dome rocks from the 2004-2008 eruption of Mount St. Helens

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    Gaunt, H. Elizabeth; Sammonds, Peter R.; Meredith, Philip G.; Chadderton, Amy

    2016-04-01

    As magma ascends to shallow levels in the volcanic conduit, volatile exsolution can produce a dramatic increase in the crystal content of the magma. During extrusion, low porosity, highly crystalline magmas are subjected to thermal stresses which generate permeable microfracture networks. How these networks evolve and respond to changing temperature has significant implications for gas escape and hence volcano explosivity. Here, we report the first laboratory experimental study on the effect of temperature on the permeability of lava dome rocks under environmental conditions designed to simulate the shallow volcanic conduit and lava dome. Samples were collected for this study from the 2004-2008 lava dome eruption of Mount St. Helens (Washington State, USA). We show that the evolution of microfracture networks, and their permeability, depends strongly on temperature changes. Our results show that permeability decreases by nearly four orders of magnitude as temperature increases from room temperature to 800 °C. Above 800 °C, the rock samples become effectively impermeable. Repeated cycles of heating leads to sample compaction and a reduction in fracture density and therefore a decrease in permeability. We argue that changes in eruption regimes from effusive to explosive activity can be explained by strongly decreasing permeability caused by repeated heating of magma, conduit walls and volcanic plugs or domes. Conversely, magma becomes more permeable as it cools, which will reduce explosivity.

  19. Partners in International Research and Education: Student Contributions to the Collaborative Investigation of Bezymianny, Shiveluch, and Karymsky Volcanoes, Kamchatka, Russia and Mount St. Helens, WA, USA.

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    Shipman, J. S.; Kayzar, T. M.; Team, P.

    2008-12-01

    Undergraduate and graduate students as well as senior researchers from the U.S., Russia, and Japan are investigating volcanism as participants of the National Science Foundation initiative Partners in International Research and Education (PIRE). The goal of this study is to use the benefits of global comparisons to increase our understanding of explosive volcanism while at the same time developing international collaboration between scientists in the U.S., Russia, and Japan. International collaboration is established through field work in Kamchatka, Russia investigating the active systems of Bezymianny, Shiveluch, and Karymsky volcanoes with a specific focus on historic collapse-blast type eruptions. The Kamchatka volcanic arc provides unique access to multiple active volcanic systems that can be compared and contrasted to the well-studied behavior at Mount St. Helens, WA., USA. Conversely, Mount St. Helens also provides a field setting for Russian and Japanese students to be incorporated in U.S. research. Student participants employ their respective techniques in geochemistry, geophysics, petrology, and remote sensing to study the eruption response of Bezymianny and Shiveluch volcanoes, which have experienced edifice collapse. During the 2008 field season, the increased activity at Bezymianny volcano shortened a planned field expedition. In order to preserve the integrity of the program and provide a safer environment for researchers, alternative field studies began at Karymsky volcano. In July, an anonymously large eruption at Karymsky volcano permitted the collection of unique real-time data of the eruptive event. Here we present student research from three field seasons in the Kamchatka volcanic arc and associated workshops at Mount St. Helens, WA. Results include estimates of magma storage depth, gas emissions measurements, evidence for dynamic thermal regime changes in fresh volcanic deposits, and data constraining magma inputs and sources at each volcano. By

  20. Finite Element Model of a Two-Phase Non-Newtonian Thixotropic Fluid: Mount St. Helens Lava Dome

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    Vincent, P.; Zevada, P.

    2011-12-01

    Extrusion of highly viscous lavas that spread laterally and form lava domes in the craters of large volcanoes is associated with significant volcanic hazards. Gas overpressure driven fragmentation of the lava dome or collapse and slumping of marginal sections or the entire mass of the dome can trigger dangerous pyroclastic flows that threaten surrounding populations up to tens of kilometers away. The rate of lava dome growth in the mature state of the dome evolution is often oscillatory. Relatively quiescent episodes are terminated by renewed extrusion and emplacement of exogenous "lobes" or "spines" of lava on the surface of the dome. Emplacement of new lobes is preceded by pressurization of magma in the magmatic conduit that can trigger volcanic eruptions and is preceded by crater floor deformation (e.g. Swanson and Holcombe, 1990). This oscillatory behavior was previously attributed primarily to crystallization kinetics and gas exsolution generating cyclic overpressure build-ups. Analogue modeling of the lava domes has revealed that the oscillatory growth rate can be reproduced by extrusion of isothermal, pseudoplastic and thixotropic plaster of Paris (analogue material for the magma) on a sand layer (analogue material for the unconsolidated deposits of the crater floor). The patterns of dome growth of these models closely correspond to both the 1980-1985 and 2004-2005 growth episodes of Mt. St. Helens lava dome (Swanson and Holcombe, 1990; Major et al., 2005). They also suggest that the oscillatory growth dynamics of the lavas can be explained by the mechanical interaction of the non-Newtonian magma with the frictional and deformable substrate below the lava dome rather than complex crystallization kinetics (e.g. Melnik and Sparks, 1999). In addition, these results suggest that the renewed growth episode of Mt. St. Helens dome in 2006 could be associated with an even higher degree of magma pressurization in the conduit than occurred during the 1980 - 1986

  1. Factors controlling permeability and fluid flow within the 2004-2008 Mount St Helens lava dome complex

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    Gaunt, H. E.; Meredith, P. G.; Sammonds, P.; Smith, R.; Kilburn, C.

    2011-12-01

    Magma degassing is an important control on whether an eruption will be explosive or effusive. Although the process of gas exsolution has been well-studied, the factors that determine how gases subsequently escape are still poorly understood, especially from high-viscosity magmas with evolved compositions, such as dacite. A preferred model for viscous magmas is that shear fracturing during ascent can occur along conduit margins and lead to the development of a permeable fracture network. Such fracture networks facilitate gas escape and the effusion of magma as a lava dome or flow. The model, however, has yet to be tested against direct laboratory measurements on the potential for magma to develop permeable networks of fractures. Between 2004 and 2008, dacite magma was extruded almost continuously from Mount St Helens (Cascade Range, USA) as a succession of gas-poor and solidified lava spines. The dacite is thought to have solidified about 1 km below the vent and to have experienced intense strain localisation at the conduit margins during ascent. The most prominent of all the spines, Spine 4, formed a smooth 'whaleback' feature and had a distinct internal structure analogous to that of a tectonic fault zone. Extruded dacite lava was coated with a thick (~1m) layer of fault gouge, containing multiple sets of sub-parallel slickensides and shear bands orientated preferentially in the direction of spine growth. To investigate the controls on degassing processes, we have measured how permeability varied progressively with increasing temperature and deformation on samples from the 2004-2008 dome at Mount St Helens. Permeability was measured on cylindrical samples, 25 mm in diameter, in a hydrostatic permeameter at confining pressures up to 30 MPa (a depth of c.1.2 km) and, also, in a high temperature deformation apparatus at temperatures up to 900oC, confining pressures of 12 MPa and pore fluid pressures of 4 MPa. Samples of intact dacite from the interior of Spine 4 were

  2. Where is the hot rock and where is the ground water – Using CSAMT to map beneath and around Mount St. Helens

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    Wynn, Jeff; Mosbrucker, Adam; Pierce, Herbert; Spicer, Kurt R.

    2016-01-01

    We have observed several new features in recent controlled-source audio-frequency magnetotelluric (CSAMT) soundings on and around Mount St. Helens, Washington State, USA. We have identified the approximate location of a strong electrical conductor at the edges of and beneath the 2004–08 dome. We interpret this conductor to be hot brine at the hot-intrusive-cold-rock interface. This contact can be found within 50 meters of the receiver station on Spine 5, which extruded between April and July of 2005. We have also mapped separate regional and glacier-dome aquifers, which lie one atop the other, out to considerable distances from the volcano.

  3. The Stars Belong to Everyone: The rhetorical practices of astronomer and science writer Dr. Helen Sawyer Hogg (1905--1993)

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    Cahill, Maria J.

    Astronomer and science writer Dr. Helen Sawyer Hogg (University of Toronto) reached a variety of audiences through different rhetorical forms. She communicated to her colleagues through her scholarly writings; she reached out to students and the public through her Toronto Star newspaper column entitled "With the Stars," which she authored for thirty years; she wrote The Stars Belong to Everyone , a book that speaks to a lay audience; she hosted a successful television series entitled Ideas ; and she delivered numerous speeches at scientific conferences, professional women's associations, school programs, libraries, and other venues. Adapting technical information for different audiences is at the heart of technical communication, and Sawyer Hogg's work exemplifies adaptation as she moves from writing for the scientific community (as in her articles on globular cluster research) to science writing for lay audiences (as in her newspaper column, book, and script for her television series). Initially she developed her sense of audience through a male perspective informed largely by her scholarly work with two men (Harlow Shapley and her husband, Frank Hogg) as well as the pervasive masculine culture of academic science. This dissertation situates Sawyer Hogg in what is slowly becoming a canon of technical communication scholarship on female scientists. Toward this end, I discuss how she rhetorically engaged two different audiences, one scholarly and one popular, how Sawyer Hogg translated male dominated scientific rhetoric to writing for the public, and how science writing helped her achieve her professional goals. Complementing the archival research in addressing the questions of this study, I employ social construction analysis (also known as the social perspective) for my research methodology. She was ahead of her time and embodied the social perspective years before its definition as a rhetorical concept. In short, my study illuminates one scientific woman's voice

  4. Hot pressing in conduit faults during lava dome extrusion: Insights from Mount St. Helens 2004-2008

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    Ryan, Amy G.; Friedlander, Elizabeth A.; Russell, James K.; Heap, Michael J.; Kennedy, Lori A.

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    Rhyodacitic volcanoes such as Mount St. Helens (MSH), Soufrière Hills, Mount Unzen and Mount Pelée erupt spines mantled by layers of magma-derived cataclasite and fault gouge. MSH produced seven lava spines from 2004-2008 composed of low-porosity, compositionally uniform, crystalline dacite. Dome extrusion was attended by continuous 'drumbeat' seismicity, derived from faulting along the conduit margin at 0.5-1 km depth, and evidenced by the enveloping gouge layers. We describe the properties of the gouge-derived fault rocks, including laboratory measurements of porosity and permeability. The gouge varies from unconsolidated powder to lithified low-porosity low-permeability fault rocks. We reconstruct the subsurface ascent of the MSH magma using published field observations and create a model that reconciles the diverse properties of the gouge with conditions in the conduit during ascent (i.e. velocity, temperature). We show lithification of the gouge to be driven by 'hot pressing' processes, wherein the combination of elevated temperature, confining pressure and dwell-time cause densification and solid-state sintering of the comminuted, crystal-rich (glass-poor) gouge. The degree of gouge lithification corresponds with residence time in the conduit such that well-lithified materials reflect extended times in the subsurface due to slower ascent rates. With this insight, we suggest that gouge competence can be used as a first-order estimate of lava ascent rates. Furthermore we posit gouge lithification, which reduces porosity and permeability, inhibits volcanic outgassing thereby increasing the potential for explosive events at spine-producing volcanoes.

  5. Constraints and conundrums resulting from ground-deformation measurements made during the 2004-2005 dome-building eruption of Mount St. Helens, Washington: Chapter 14 in A volcano rekindled: the renewed eruption of Mount St. Helens, 2004-2006

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    Dzurisin, Daniel; Lisowski, Michael; Poland, Michael P.; Sherrod, David R.; LaHusen, Richard G.; Sherrod, David R.; Scott, William E.; Stauffer, Peter H.

    2008-01-01

    A prolonged period of dome growth at Mount St. Helens starting in September-October 2004 provides an opportunity to study how the volcano deforms before, during, and after an eruption by using modern instruments and techniques, such as global positioning system (GPS) receivers and interferometric synthetic aperture radar (InSAR), together with more traditional ones, including tiltmeters, triangulation, photogrammetry, and time-lapse photography. No precursory ground deformation was detected by campaign GPS measurements made in 2000 and 2003, nor by a continuous GPS station (JRO1) operating ~9 km to the north-northwest of the vent area since May 1997. However, JRO1 abruptly began moving downward and southward, toward a source centered about 8 km beneath the volcano, concurrently with the start of a shallow earthquake swarm on September 23, 2004. The JRO1 velocity slowed from ~0.5 millimeters per day (mm/d) in late September–early October 2004 until spring 2005. Thereafter, it was essentially constant at ~0.04 mm/d through December 2005. In similar fashion, the growth rate of the welt on the south crater floor slowed from 8.9 m3/s during October 4–11 to 6.4 m3/s during October 11-13, 2004; this trend continued after emergence of the first lava spine on October 11. The volumetric extrusion rate decreased from 5.9 m3/s during October 13-November 4, 2004, to 2.5 m3/s during December 11, 2004-January 3, 2005, and for the remainder of 2005, it was in the range 2.0-0.7 m3/s. Fifteen continuous GPS stations, installed soon after the eruption began, showed radially inward and downward ground motions through December 2005. Likewise, InSAR observations spanning the first year of the eruption indicate broad subsidence centered near the vent. Model-derived estimates of source-volume decrease from September 23, 2004, to October 31, 2006, are 16-24×106 m3, substantially less than the volume erupted during the same period (87×106 m3 through October 21, 2006). The discrepancy

  6. El oráculo de Dídima : un ejemplo de las relaciones diplomáticas en época helenística

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    Mª Eugenia de la Nuez Pérez

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    Full Text Available En un periodo tan complejo como la época helenística, las ciudades de Asia Menor van a establecer una red de relaciones diplomáticas entre ellas y con los nuevos actores del momento, las monarquías helenísticas, a fin de garantizarse una cierta estabilidad tanto interior como exterior. En este ‘juego’, Mileto va a aprovechar la existencia en su territorio del oráculo de Apolo, situado en Dídima, para crear un vínculo sólido y duradero con los Seléucidas, vínculo que va más allá de la dominación territorial directa y que es un ejemplo de esas relaciones diplomáticas tan importantes tanto para los monarcas como para las ciudades.The Hellenistic period is a very complex period, especially in Asia Minor. The Greek cities of Anatolia have to establish a system of diplomatic relations between themselves and the Hellenistic Kingdoms intending to grant their independence and stability. In this paper, we will study the example of Miletos, which employed the sanctuary of Didyma to establish diplomatic relations with the Seleucids, a very strong link which is a good example of the Hellenistic diplomacy.

  7. A comparative needs assessment of the dental health of adults attending dental access centres and general dental practices in Halton & St Helens and Warrington PCTs 2007.

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    Milsom, K M; Jones, C; Kearney-Mitchell, P; Tickle, M

    2009-03-14

    Dental access centres (DACs) were introduced in England at the turn of the twenty-first century in response to a growing problem of access to NHS dental services. DACs were expected to offer NHS dental care primarily to those patients that were unwilling or unable to attend 'high street' dental practice. At the same time, the new NHS primary care dental contract in England, introduced in April 2006, has been associated in some areas with access difficulties, with routine dental patients having difficulty accessing NHS dental care. In light of these changes, have DACs become an alternative provider of NHS dental services to patients seeking routine dental care? In summer 2007, a cross sectional dental epidemiological study was undertaken in Halton & St Helens PCT and Warrington PCT to compare the dental health and attitudes to dental visiting of adult patients attending DACs and neighbouring 'high street' dental practices. The results of the study showed that DAC patients: were younger and from a more disadvantaged background than patients attending 'high street' practices; had worse oral health than 'high street' dental patients; experienced more frequent episodes of dental pain than 'high street' dental patients and were more likely to be dentally anxious; had different attitudes to dental health than their 'high street' counterparts. The study suggests that the DACs in Halton, St Helens and Warrington are offering treatment to a different population of patients to that seen in neighbouring 'high street' practices and therefore the DACs are fulfilling the function expected of them locally.

  8. Vanemate töötamine välismaal - kuidas see mõjutab lapse elu : laste ja spetsialistide tõlgendused / Helen Pärna, Karmen Lai, Taimi Tulva

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    Pärna, Helen, 1983-

    2008-01-01

    Artikkel tugineb Helen Pärna magistriuurimusele. Ülevaade uurimustulemustest, mis puudutavad välismaale tööle läinud lapsevanemate lapse toimetulekut argieluga ning arutletakse selle üle, kuidas lapse lahusolek vanematest võib mõjutada lapse ja vanema vahelisi suhteid

  9. Education and Outreach through Ludo-Pedagogy and Experiential Learning. Bridging Feminist and Diversity Movements in Today's Nicaragua: An Interview with Helen Alfaro, Yova Briones, and Tannia Rizo Lazo of La Casa de los Colores

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    DeGrave, Analisa

    2016-01-01

    La Casa de los Colores (the House of Colors) is a feminist organization dedicated to defending human rights, particularly those of the LGBTQ+ community in León, Nicaragua. In 2016 Helen Alfaro, Yova Briones, Ani Guerrero, and Tannia Rizo Lazo, four members of La Casa's leadership team, "Las Coloras," were invited to speak about…

  10. Urbanistid ja keskkonnaeksperdid: iga muudatuse eest Reidi tee projektis oleme pidanud võitlema / Helen Sooväli-Sepping, Kristi Grišakov, Mari Jüssi ; intervjueerinud Mari Peegel ; kommenteerinud Taavi Aas

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    Sooväli-Sepping, Helen, 1974-

    2016-01-01

    TLÜ keskkonnakorralduse professor ja linnakorralduse õppekava juht Helen Sooväli-Sepping, TTÜ maastikuarhitektuuri õppekava juht ja linnaplaneerija-urbanist Kristi Grišakov ning Stockholmi keskkonnainstituudi Tallinna keskuse liikuvus- ja keskkonnaekspert Mari Jüssi kinnitavad, et Reidi tee projekt ei ole endiselt inimsõbralik

  11. Topographic controls on pyroclastic density current dynamics: Insight from 18 May 1980 deposits at Mount St. Helens, Washington (USA)

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    Brand, Brittany D.; Bendaña, Sylvana; Self, Stephen; Pollock, Nicholas

    2016-07-01

    Our ability to interpret the deposits of pyroclastic density currents (PDCs) is critical for understanding the transport and depositional processes that control PDC dynamics. This paper focuses on the influence of slope on flow dynamics and criticality as recorded in PDC deposits from the 18 May 1980 eruption of Mt. St. Helens (USA). PDC deposits are found along the steep flanks (10°-30°) and across the pumice plain ( 5°) up to 8 km north of the volcano. Granulometry, componentry and descriptions of depositional characteristics (e.g., bedform morphology) are recorded with distance from source. The pumice plain deposits are primarily thick (3-12 m), massive and poorly-sorted, and represent deposition from a series of concentrated PDCs. By contrast, the steep flank deposits are stratified to cross-stratified, suggesting deposition from PDCs where turbulence strongly influenced transport and depositional processes. We propose that acceleration of the concentrated PDCs along the steep flanks resulted in thinning of the concentrated, basal region of the current(s). Enhanced entrainment of ambient air, and autofluidization from upward fluxes of air from substrate interstices and plunging breakers across rugged, irregular topography further inflated the currents to the point that the overriding turbulent region strongly influenced transport and depositional mechanisms. Acceleration in combination with partial confinement in slot canyons and high surface roughness would also increase basal shear stress, further promoting shear and traction transport in the basal region of the current. Conditions along the steep flank resulted in supercritical flow, as recorded by regressive bedforms, which gradually transitioned to subcritical flow downstream as the concentrated basal region thickness increased as a function of decreasing slope and flow energy. We also find that (1) PDCs were erosive into the underlying granular substrate along high slopes (> 25°) where currents were

  12. Field-trip guide to Mount St. Helens, Washington - An overview of the eruptive history and petrology, tephra deposits, 1980 pyroclastic density current deposits, and the crater

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    Pallister, John S.; Clynne, Michael A.; Wright, Heather M.; Van Eaton, Alexa R.; Vallance, James W.; Sherrod, David R.; Kokelaar, B. Peter

    2017-08-02

    This field trip will provide an introduction to several fascinating features of Mount St. Helens. The trip begins with a rigorous hike of about 15 km from the Johnston Ridge Observatory (9 km north-northeast of the crater vent), across the 1980 Pumice Plain, to Windy Ridge (3.6 km northeast of the crater vent) to examine features that document the dynamics and progressive emplacement of pyroclastic flows. The next day, we examine classic tephra outcrops of the past 3,900 years and observe changes in thickness and character of these deposits as we traverse their respective lobes. We examine clasts in the deposits and discuss how the petrology and geochemistry of Mount St. Helens deposits reveal the evolution of the magmatic system through time. We also investigate the stratigraphy of the 1980 blast deposit and review the chronology of this iconic eruption as we travel through the remains of the blown-down forest. The third day is another rigorous hike, about 13 km round trip, climbing from the base of Windy Ridge (elevation 1,240 m) to the front of the Crater Glacier (elevation 1,700 m). En route we examine basaltic andesite and basalt lava flows emplaced between 1,800 and 1,700 years before present, a heterolithologic flow deposit produced as the 1980 blast and debris avalanche interacted, debris-avalanche hummocks that are stranded on the north flank and in the crater mouth, and shattered dacite lava domes that were emplaced between 3,900 and 2,600 years before present. These domes underlie the northern part of the volcano. In addition, within the crater we traverse well-preserved pyroclastic-flow deposits that were emplaced on the crater floor during the summer of 1980, and a beautiful natural section through the 1980 deposits in the upper canyon of the Loowit River.Before plunging into the field-trip log, we provide an overview of Mount St. Helens geology, geochemistry, petrology, and volcanology as background. The volcano has been referred to as a

  13. Overview of the 2004 to 2006, and continuing, eruption of Mount St. Helens, Washington: Chapter 1 in A volcano rekindled: the renewed eruption of Mount St. Helens, 2004-2006

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    Scott, William E.; Sherrod, David R.; Gardner, Cynthia A.; Sherrod, David R.; Scott, William E.; Stauffer, Peter H.

    2008-01-01

    Rapid onset of unrest at Mount St. Helens on September 23, 2004, initiated an uninterrupted lava-dome-building eruption that continues to the time of writing this overview (spring 2006) for a volume of papers focused on this eruption. About three weeks of intense seismic unrest and localized surface uplift, punctuated by four brief explosions, constituted a ventclearing phase, during which there was a frenzy of media attention and considerable uncertainty regarding the likely course of the eruption. The third week exhibited lessened seismicity and only minor venting of steam and ash, but rapid growth of the uplift, or welt, south of the 1980-86 lava dome proceeded as magma continued to push upward. Crystalrich dacite (~65 weight percent SiO2) lava first appeared at the surface on October 11, 2004, beginning the growth of a complex lava dome of uniform chemical composition accompanied by persistent but low levels of seismicity, rare explosions, low gas emissions, and frequent rockfalls. Petrologic studies suggest that the dome lava is chiefly of 1980s vintage, but with an admixed portion of new dacite. Alternatively, it may derive from a part of the magma chamber not tapped by 1980s eruptions. Regardless, detailed investigations of crystal chemistry, melt inclusions, and isotopes reveal a complex magmatic history. Largely episodic extrusion between 1980 and 1986 produced a relatively symmetrical lava dome composed of stubby lobes. In contrast, continuous extrusion at mean rates of about 5 m3/s in autumn 2004 to 3/s in early 2006 has produced an east-west ridge of three mounds with total volume about equal to that of the old dome. During much of late 2004 to summer 2005, a succession of spines, two recumbent and one steeply sloping and each mantled by striated gouge, grew to nearly 500 m in length in the southeastern sector of the 1980 crater and later disintegrated into two mounds. Since then, growth has been concentrated in the southwestern sector, producing a

  14. Two Millian Arguments: Using Helen Longino’s Approach to Solve the Problems Philip Kitcher Targeted with His Argument on Freedom of Inquiry

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    Jaana Eigi

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    Full Text Available Philip Kitcher argued that the freedom to pursue one's version of the good life is the main aim of Mill's argument for freedom of expression. According to Kitcher, in certain scientific fields, political and epistemological asymmetries bias research toward conclusions that threaten this most important freedom of underprivileged groups. Accordingly, Kitcher claimed that there are Millian grounds for limiting freedom of inquiry in these fields to protect the freedom of the underprivileged.I explore Kitcher's argument in light of the interpretation Helen Longino gave to Mill's argument. She argued that free critical dialogue in the community allows bias to be overcome, through intersubjective criticism of hypotheses and the background assumptions that frame them.I suggest that Longino's approach allows for the identification of the fundamental problems of the research programs Kitcher targeted, and for the rejection of their claims to knowledge. Thus it is possible to address Kitcher's problem without limiting freedom of speech.

  15. The past, present, and future of paediatric cardiology training at the Johns Hopkins Hospital, in the tradition of Dr Helen Taussig.

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    Beasley, Gary S; Murphy, Anne M; Brenner, Joel I; Ravekes, William J

    2016-12-01

    Johns Hopkins has been a leader in paediatric cardiology for over 85 years. In the 1940s, Dr Helen Taussig began training fellows in paediatric cardiology at Johns Hopkins at a time when the diagnosis and treatment of CHD were in the earliest stage. Under her leadership, the fellowship developed a strong foundation that has continued to evolve to meet the current needs of learners and educators. In the current era, the Johns Hopkins programme implements the current theories of adult education and actively engages our fellows in learning as well as teaching. The programme uses techniques such as flipped classroom, structured case-based small-group learning, observed and structured clinical examination, simulations, and innovative educational technology. These strategies combined with our faculty and rich history give our fellows a unique educational experience.

  16. Frequency-dependent seismic coda-attenuation imaging of volcanic geomorphology: from debris flows at Mount St. Helens volcano to cross-faulting at Campi Flegrei caldera.

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    De Siena, Luca; Gabrielli, Simona; Spagnolo, Matteo

    2017-04-01

    The stochastic loss of energy measured using the later portion of seismic recordings (coda) can be used to image and monitor geomorphology in volcanoes, once appropriate sensitivity kernels for the application of attenuation tomography have been developed. The use of this advanced seismic method with GIS/InSAR techniques is an unexplored field, which is receiving increasing attention in volcano-seismology. By using this integrated approach we can image structure and monitor dynamics of the debris flow that followed the 1980 explosive eruption of Mount St. Helens (US) volcano at resolution similar to that of remote sensing data, and depths of volcano has not erupted, attenuation anomalies are instead spatially correlated with the regions of highest structural complexity and cross faulting. At Campi Flegrei, Italy, the results provide a novel perspective on the links between deep fluid migration and surface structures. The implications of the proposed approach on volcano monitoring are evident.

  17. Cyclic pressurisation of Mount St Helens dacites and basalt. Laboratory results and implications for lava dome monitoring

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    Kendrick, Jackie; Dainty, Matthew; Smith, Rosanna; Sammonds, Peter; Pallister, John; Meredith, Phillip

    2010-05-01

    Lava domes are frequently subjected to cyclic heating and pressurisation, which may weaken the dome rocks, leading to renewed extrusion, explosions or collapse. These heating and loading cycles can be recreated in the laboratory, allowing the level of crack damage caused by these cycles to be established through analysing elastic moduli. Acoustic emissions (AEs) indicate the timing of cracking, and can also be used to interpret precursory seismicity for eruption prediction. Experiment samples are from Mount St. Helens, USA: 3 dacites from the Pine Creek eruptive period (2.9-2.55 ka), a Castle Creek age basalt (2.55-1.895 ka), and 4 dacites from the 2004-2008 eruption. Each sample was cut into several cylindrical cores (25 mm diameter and 62.5-70 mm long). Some samples were then heated and cooled at 1˚C/ minute to a target temperature of 600o C or 900o C, and held for 2 hours to achieve thermal equilibrium. This heating can cause cracking due to contrasts in thermal expansion of different minerals. Dynamic elastic moduli were calculated for each sample using ultrasonic wave velocity, density and porosity for later comparison to static elastic moduli gathered during deformation. One core of each sample was loaded to failure in uniaxial compression in order to find the short term strength of the sample. For all cyclic loading tests, conducted on pre-heated and unheated cores, samples were loaded at 10-5 s-1 strain rate then unloaded to 5MPa. Subsequent cycles had an increasing peak load. Most had the same rate for unloading, with a few samples unloaded instantaneously. Axial, radial and volumetric strain were determined from the recorded displacement throughout the experiment and used with the axial stress measurements to calculate static elastic moduli. Samples loaded to failure with no cycling generally failed at higher stresses than their cyclically loaded counter-parts, whilst rapid unloading increased their strength. Failure stresses of the dacite lava dome

  18. Analysis of recently digitized continuous seismic data recorded during the March-May, 1980, eruption sequence at Mount St. Helens

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    Moran, S. C.; Malone, S. D.

    2013-12-01

    The May 18, 1980, eruption of Mount St. Helens (MSH) was an historic event, both for society and for the field of volcanology. However, our knowledge of the eruption and the precursory period leading up it is limited by the fact that most of the data, particularly seismic recordings, were not kept due to severe limitations in the amount of digital data that could be handled and stored using 1980 computer technology. Because of these limitations, only about 900 digital event files have been available for seismic studies of the March-May seismic sequence out of a total of more than 4,000 events that were counted using paper records. Fortunately, data from a subset of stations were also recorded continuously on a series of 24 analog 14-track IRIG magnetic tapes. We have recently digitized these tapes and time-corrected and cataloged the resultant digital data streams, enabling more in-depth studies of the (almost) complete pre-eruption seismic sequence using modern digital processing techniques. Of the fifteen seismic stations operating near MSH for at least a part of the two months between March 20 and May 18, six stations have relatively complete analog recordings. These recordings have gaps of minutes to days because of radio noise, poor tape quality, or missing tapes. In addition, several other stations have partial records. All stations had short-period vertical-component sensors with very limited dynamic range and unknown response details. Nevertheless, because the stations were at a range of distances and were operated at a range of gains, a variety of earthquake sizes were recorded on scale by at least one station, and therefore a much more complete understanding of the evolution of event types, sizes and character should be achievable. In our preliminary analysis of this dataset we have found over 10,000 individual events as recorded on stations 35-40 km from MSH, spanning a recalculated coda-duration magnitude range of ~1.5 to 4.1, including many M 3

  19. Põlisrahvaste deklaratsioon / Helen Arusoo

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    2010-01-01

    Urmas Sisask kuulutas Tuhala Nõiakaevu kaitseks välja Tuhala ja Nabala karstialadel rahvusvahelise tähtsusega looduskaitsealaks toetudes internetis kogutud 60 000 toetusallkirjale ja 2007. aastal Eesti poolt allkirjastatud ÜRO põlisrahvaste õiguste deklaratsioonile web-static.vm.ee/static/failid/298/Polisrahvaste_deklaratsioon_EST.pdf

  20. Ainult hulludele / Helen Urbanik

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    1992. a. olid eestlased väga lähedal sellele, et saata Pirital ehitatud jaht Ameerika Karika võistlusele purjetamises. Jahi jooniste autor - Oleg Larionov, ehituse projektijuht Tõnu Urbanik, eestlaste ja venelaste sündikaadi finantsdirektor Valentin Stepanov

  1. Betoonist videograafika / Helen Kivisoo

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    Kivisoo, Helen

    2001-01-01

    12. augustini Helsingis MUU galeriis Jasper Zoova videoinstallatsioon "Hebel - Betoonehitus uuest aspektist" ja Tuukka Kaila (Soome) fotod "Heissulivei - Vaadake kui ilus - Check out me and my country".

  2. Popmuusika / Helen Sildna

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    Sildna, Helen

    2005-01-01

    Uutest heliplaatidest Maxence Cyrin "Modern Rhapsodies", Mint Royale "See You In The Morning", Robbie Williams "Intesive", The Paddingtons "Fist Comes", Frank Sinatra With Tommy Dorsey "The Essential", Deep Purple "Rapture Of The Deep", Oleg Pissarenko "The Book's Burning"

  3. Constraining the magmatic system at Mount St. Helens (2004–2008) using Bayesian inversion with physics-based models including gas escape and crystallization

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    Wong, Ying-Qi; Segall, Paul; Bradley, Andrew; Anderson, Kyle R.

    2017-01-01

    Physics-based models of volcanic eruptions track conduit processes as functions of depth and time. When used in inversions, these models permit integration of diverse geological and geophysical data sets to constrain important parameters of magmatic systems. We develop a 1-D steady state conduit model for effusive eruptions including equilibrium crystallization and gas transport through the conduit and compare with the quasi-steady dome growth phase of Mount St. Helens in 2005. Viscosity increase resulting from pressure-dependent crystallization leads to a natural transition from viscous flow to frictional sliding on the conduit margin. Erupted mass flux depends strongly on wall rock and magma permeabilities due to their impact on magma density. Including both lateral and vertical gas transport reveals competing effects that produce nonmonotonic behavior in the mass flux when increasing magma permeability. Using this physics-based model in a Bayesian inversion, we link data sets from Mount St. Helens such as extrusion flux and earthquake depths with petrological data to estimate unknown model parameters, including magma chamber pressure and water content, magma permeability constants, conduit radius, and friction along the conduit walls. Even with this relatively simple model and limited data, we obtain improved constraints on important model parameters. We find that the magma chamber had low (<5wt%) total volatiles and that the magma permeability scale is well constrained at ~10-11.4 m2 to reproduce observed dome rock porosities. Compared with previous results, higher magma overpressure and lower wall friction are required to compensate for increased viscous resistance while keeping extrusion rate at the observed value.

  4. Dissociation of the Reach and the Grasp in the destriate (V1) monkey Helen: a new anatomy for the dual visuomotor channel theory of reaching.

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    Whishaw, Ian Q; Karl, Jenni M; Humphrey, Nicholas K

    2016-08-01

    Dual visuomotor channel theory proposes that reaching depends on two neural pathways that extend from visual cortex (V1) to motor cortex via the parietal lobe. The Reach pathway directs the hand to the target's location and the Grasp pathway shapes the hand and digits for purchase. Sighted human participants integrate the Reach and the Grasp, but without vision they dissociate the movements to capitalize on tactile cues. They use a Reach with a relatively open hand to locate the target and then they use touch cues to shape the fingers to Grasp. After a V1 lesion, the rhesus monkey, Helen, learned to make near-normal visual discriminations based on size and brightness but displayed visual agnosia. She also learned to reach for food with her mouth and her hands. The present analysis of film of her reaching behavior shows that she dissociated the Reach and the Grasp, as do unsighted human participants reaching for a food target at a fixed location. Her rapid and direct Reach was made with an open hand and extended fingers to contact the food with the palm whereas her Grasp was initiated after she touched the food. She also visually fixated the target during the Reach and visually disengaged after target contact, as do sighted human participants. In contrast, Helen did integrate the Reach and the Grasp to take food from her mouth, demonstrating that she could integrate the movements using online tactile cues. The finding that extrastriate pathways can direct the hand toward extrinsic target properties (location) but not intrinsic target properties (size and shape) is discussed as a novel addition to dual visuomotor channel theory.

  5. La figura del mesías según los historiadores judeo-helenísticos Filón de Alejandría y Flavio Josefo

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    Miralles Maciá, Lorena

    2004-12-01

    Full Text Available In this paper the author analyses the image of the Messiah as depicted by the Jewish- Hellenistic historians Philo of Alexandria and Flavius Josephus. Philo's image is basically of an eschatological nature clearly sharing Hellenistic philosophical concepts. In the works of Josephus, however, several types can be distinguished, having all in common the human nature of the Messiah and his influence on historical events.

    En este artículo analizamos la figura del mesías según los historiadores judeo-helenísticos Filón de Alejandría y Flavio Josefo. El primero presenta a un mesías escatológico que participa de los conceptos filosóficos helenísticos. En cambio, en la obra de Josefo se distinguen varios tipos, que tienen en común su naturaleza humana y su influencia en los acontecimientos históricos.

  6. High-resolution digital elevation model of Mount St. Helens crater and upper North Fork Toutle River basin, Washington, based on an airborne lidar survey of September 2009

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    Mosbrucker, Adam

    2014-01-01

    The lateral blast, debris avalanche, and lahars of the May 18th, 1980, eruption of Mount St. Helens, Washington, dramatically altered the surrounding landscape. Lava domes were extruded during the subsequent eruptive periods of 1980–1986 and 2004–2008. More than three decades after the emplacement of the 1980 debris avalanche, high sediment production persists in the North Fork Toutle River basin, which drains the northern flank of the volcano. Because this sediment increases the risk of flooding to downstream communities on the Toutle and Cowlitz Rivers, the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (USACE), under the direction of Congress to maintain an authorized level of flood protection, built a sediment retention structure on the North Fork Toutle River in 1989 to help reduce this risk and to prevent sediment from clogging the shipping channel of the Columbia River. From September 16–20, 2009, Watershed Sciences, Inc., under contract to USACE, collected high-precision airborne lidar (light detection and ranging) data that cover 214 square kilometers (83 square miles) of Mount St. Helens and the upper North Fork Toutle River basin from the sediment retention structure to the volcano's crater. These data provide a digital dataset of the ground surface, including beneath forest cover. Such remotely sensed data can be used to develop sediment budgets and models of sediment erosion, transport, and deposition. The U.S. Geological Survey (USGS) used these lidar data to develop digital elevation models (DEMs) of the study area. DEMs are fundamental to monitoring natural hazards and studying volcanic landforms, fluvial and glacial geomorphology, and surface geology. Watershed Sciences, Inc., provided files in the LASer (LAS) format containing laser returns that had been filtered, classified, and georeferenced. The USGS produced a hydro-flattened DEM from ground-classified points at Castle, Coldwater, and Spirit Lakes. Final results averaged about five laser last

  7. Evolving magma storage conditions beneath Mount St. Helens inferred from chemical variations in melt inclusions from the 1980-1986 and current (2004-2006) eruptions: Chapter 33 in A volcano rekindled: the renewed eruption of Mount St. Helens, 2004-2006

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    Blundy, Jon; Cashman, Katharine V.; Berlo, Kim; Sherrod, David R.; Scott, William E.; Stauffer, Peter H.

    2008-01-01

    Major element, trace element, and volatile concentrations in 187 glassy melt inclusions and 25 groundmass glasses from the 1980-86 eruption of Mount St. Helens are presented, together with 103 analyses of touching FE-Ti oxide pairs from the same samples. These data are used to evaluate the temporal evolution of the magmatic plumbing system beneath the volcano during 1980-86 and so provide a framework in which to interpret analyses of melt inclusions from the current (2004-2006) eruption. Major and trace element concentrations of all melt inclusions lie at the high SiO2 end of the data array defined by eruptive products of the late Quaternary age from Mount St. Helens. For several major and trace elements, the glasses define a trend that is oblique to the whole-rock trend, indicating that different mineral assemblages were responsible for the two trends. The whole-rock trend can be ascribed to differentiation of hydrous basaltic parents in a deep-seated magma reservoir, probably at depths great enough to stabilize garnet. In contrast, the glass trends were generated by closed-system crystallization of the phenocryst and microlite mineral assemblages at low pressures. The dissolved H2O content of the melt inclusions from 1980-86, as measured by the ion microprobe, ranges from 0 to 6.7 wt. percent, with the highest values obtained from the plinian phase of May 18, 1980. Water contents decrease with increasing SiO2, consistent with decompression-driven crystallization. Preliminary data for dissolved CO2 in melt inclusions from the May 18 plinian phase from August 7, 1980, indicate that XH2O in a vapor phase was approximately constant at 0.80, irrespective of H2O content, suggestive of closed-system degassing with a high bubble fraction or gas streaming through the subvolcanic system. Temperature and f

  8. Self-similar rupture implied by scaling properties of volcanic earthquakes occurring during the 2004-2008 eruption of Mount St. Helens, Washington

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    Harrington, Rebecca M.; Kwiatek, Grzegorz; Moran, Seth C.

    2015-01-01

    We analyze a group of 6073 low-frequency earthquakes recorded during a week-long temporary deployment of broadband seismometers at distances of less than 3 km from the crater at Mount St. Helens in September of 2006. We estimate the seismic moment (M0) and spectral corner frequency (f0) using a spectral ratio approach for events with a high signal-to-noise (SNR) ratio that have a cross-correlation coefficient of 0.8 or greater with at least five other events. A cluster analysis of cross-correlation values indicates that the group of 421 events meeting the SNR and cross-correlation criteria forms eight event families that exhibit largely self-similar scaling. We estimate the M0 and f0 values of the 421 events and calculate their static stress drop and scaled energy (ER/M0) values. The estimated values suggest self-similar scaling within families, as well as between five of eight families (i.e.,  and  constant). We speculate that differences in scaled energy values for the two families with variable scaling may result from a lack of resolution in the velocity model. The observation of self-similar scaling is the first of its kind for such a large group of low-frequency volcanic tectonic events occurring during a single active dome extrusion eruption.

  9. Correlations of turbidity to suspended-sediment concentration in the Toutle River Basin, near Mount St. Helens, Washington, 2010-11

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    Uhrich, Mark A.; Kolasinac, Jasna; Booth, Pamela L.; Fountain, Robert L.; Spicer, Kurt R.; Mosbrucker, Adam R.

    2014-01-01

    Researchers at the U.S. Geological Survey, Cascades Volcano Observatory, investigated alternative methods for the traditional sample-based sediment record procedure in determining suspended-sediment concentration (SSC) and discharge. One such sediment-surrogate technique was developed using turbidity and discharge to estimate SSC for two gaging stations in the Toutle River Basin near Mount St. Helens, Washington. To provide context for the study, methods for collecting sediment data and monitoring turbidity are discussed. Statistical methods used include the development of ordinary least squares regression models for each gaging station. Issues of time-related autocorrelation also are evaluated. Addition of lagged explanatory variables was used to account for autocorrelation in the turbidity, discharge, and SSC data. Final regression model equations and plots are presented for the two gaging stations. The regression models support near-real-time estimates of SSC and improved suspended-sediment discharge records by incorporating continuous instream turbidity. Future use of such models may potentially lower the costs of sediment monitoring by reducing time it takes to collect and process samples and to derive a sediment-discharge record.

  10. Zircon from Mount St. Helens Reveals Residence Times of Tens to Hundreds of Thousands of Years at Low Magmatic Temperatures Prior to Eruption

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    Claiborne, L. L.; Miller, C. F.; Clynne, M. A.; Wooden, J. L.; Pallister, J. S.; Lowenstern, J. B.; Mazdab, F. K.

    2007-12-01

    U-series and U-Pb geochronology of zircons from four samples that span the 300,000 year eruptive history of Mount St. Helens, combined with zircon trace element geochemistry and application of the Ti-in-zircon thermometer, provide critical constraints on the time-temperature-compositional history of the sub-volcanic magmatic system. Preliminary results indicate that prior to and throughout its eruptive history, one or more relatively cool, crystal-rich reservoirs have been accumulating beneath the volcano. SHRIMP-RG U-Pb ages of the oldest sample, a dacite erupted ~300 ka, reveal that zircons grew between ~320 and 520 ka, suggesting magmatic activity may have begun 200 ka before eruption. 238U-230Th age spectra in the three youngest samples indicate multiple ages of growth for each sample. The oldest of these three young samples (eruption constrained to ~35-50 ka) contains zircons ranging from ~50 to ~200 ka, with the main concentration of ages ~100 ka. Zircons from a 35 ka dacite range from ~65 to ~230 ka in age, with a dominant episode of growth ~130 ka. Dacite from the current eruption, sampled from the dome in 2005, contains zircons from ~40 to ~170 ka in age, with distinct populations at ~130 and ~170 ka. Taken together, these ages of tens to hundreds of thousands of years prior to eruption and the distinct episodes of growth suggest repeated injection and accumulation of one or more crystal-rich reservoirs beneath the volcanic edifice, a scenario that is further supported by Ti-in-zircon geothermometry (Watson et al. 2006). Ti concentrations indicate zircons grew at temperatures from ~840 to ~640 C, with 90% of analyzed spots recording temperatures between ~770 and ~670 C (T's carry uncertainties of tens of degrees, mostly from uncertainty in a(TiO2)). These temperatures are significantly lower than the eruption temperatures of their host magmas, which range from ~950-800 C. The rounded, resorbed surface morphology of many of the grains attests to the

  11. Outcomes From the First Helene Fuld Health Trust National Institute for Evidence-Based Practice in Nursing and Healthcare Invitational Expert Forum.

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    Melnyk, Bernadette Mazurek; Gallagher-Ford, Lynn; Zellefrow, Cindy; Tucker, Sharon; Van Dromme, Laurel; Thomas, Bindu Koshy

    2018-01-16

    Even though multiple positive outcomes are the result of evidence-based care, including improvements in healthcare quality, safety, and costs, it is not consistently delivered by clinicians in healthcare systems throughout the world. In an attempt to accelerate the implementation of evidence-based practice (EBP) across the United States, an invitational Interprofessional National EBP Forum to determine major priorities for the advancement of EBP was held during the launch of the newly established Helene Fuld Health Trust National Institute for Evidence-Based Practice in Nursing and Healthcare at The Ohio State University College of Nursing. Interprofessional leaders from national organizations and federal agencies across the United States were invited to participate in the Forum. A pre-Forum survey was disseminated to participants to assess their perceptions of the state of EBP and actions necessary to speed the translation of research into real-world clinical settings. Findings from a pre-Forum survey (n = 47) indicated ongoing low implementation of EBP in U.S. healthcare settings. These findings were shared with leaders from 45 organizations and agencies who attended the Forum. Breakout groups on practice, education, implementation science, and policy discussed the findings and responded to a set of standardized questions. High-priority action tactics were identified, including the need for: (a) enhanced reimbursement for EBP, (b) more interprofessional education and skills building in EBP, and (c) leaders to prioritize EBP and fuel it with resources. The delivery of and reimbursement for evidence-based care must become a high national priority. Academic faculty across all healthcare disciplines need to teach EBP, healthcare systems must invest in EBP resources, and payers must attach reimbursement to care that is evidence-based. An action collaborative of the participating organizations has been formed to accelerate EBP across the United States to achieve the

  12. Source mechanism of small long-period events at Mount St. Helens in July 2005 using template matching, phase-weighted stacking, and full-waveform inversion

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    Matoza, Robin S.; Chouet, Bernard A.; Dawson, Phillip B.; Shearer, Peter M.; Haney, Matthew M.; Waite, Gregory P.; Moran, Seth C.; Mikesell, T. Dylan

    2015-09-01

    Long-period (LP, 0.5-5 Hz) seismicity, observed at volcanoes worldwide, is a recognized signature of unrest and eruption. Cyclic LP "drumbeating" was the characteristic seismicity accompanying the sustained dome-building phase of the 2004-2008 eruption of Mount St. Helens (MSH), WA. However, together with the LP drumbeating was a near-continuous, randomly occurring series of tiny LP seismic events (LP "subevents"), which may hold important additional information on the mechanism of seismogenesis at restless volcanoes. We employ template matching, phase-weighted stacking, and full-waveform inversion to image the source mechanism of one multiplet of these LP subevents at MSH in July 2005. The signal-to-noise ratios of the individual events are too low to produce reliable waveform inversion results, but the events are repetitive and can be stacked. We apply network-based template matching to 8 days of continuous velocity waveform data from 29 June to 7 July 2005 using a master event to detect 822 network triggers. We stack waveforms for 359 high-quality triggers at each station and component, using a combination of linear and phase-weighted stacking to produce clean stacks for use in waveform inversion. The derived source mechanism points to the volumetric oscillation (˜10 m3) of a subhorizontal crack located at shallow depth (˜30 m) in an area to the south of Crater Glacier in the southern portion of the breached MSH crater. A possible excitation mechanism is the sudden condensation of metastable steam from a shallow pressurized hydrothermal system as it encounters cool meteoric water in the outer parts of the edifice, perhaps supplied from snow melt.

  13. The geologic, geomorphic, and hydrologic context underlying options for long-term management of the Spirit Lake outlet near Mount St. Helens, Washington

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    Grant, Gordon E.; Major, Jon J.; Lewis, Sarah L.

    2017-01-01

    The 1980 eruption of Mount St. Helens produced a massive landslide and consequent pyroclastic currents, deposits of which blocked the outlet to Spirit Lake. Without an outlet, the lake began to rise, threatening a breaching of the blockage and release of a massive volume of water. To mitigate the hazard posed by the rising lake and provide an outlet, in 1984–1985 the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers bored a 2.6-km (8,500-ft) long tunnel through a bedrock ridge on the western edge of the lake. Locally, the tunnel crosses weak rock along faults, and external pressures in these weak zones have caused rock heave and support failures, which have necessitated periodic major repairs. During its more than 30-year lifetime, the tunnel has maintained the level of Spirit Lake at a safe elevation. The lake approaches its maximum safe operating level only when the tunnel closes for repair. The most recent major repair in early 2016 highlights the need for a reliable outlet that does not require repeated and expensive interventions and extended closures. The U.S. Forest Service, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, and U.S. Geological Survey developed, reviewed, and analyzed an array of options for a long-term plan to remove the threat of catastrophic failure of the tunnel. In this report, we (1) provide background on natural hazards that can affect existing and alternative infrastructure; (2) evaluate the potential for tunnel failure and consequent breaching of the blockage posed by the current tunnel infrastructure; (3) evaluate potential consequences to downstream communities and infrastructure in the event of a catastrophic breaching of the blockage; (4) evaluate potential risks associated with alternative lake outlets; and (5) identify data and knowledge gaps that need to be addressed to fully evaluate options available to management.

  14. Source mechanism of small long-period events at Mount St. Helens in July 2005 using template matching, phase-weighted stacking, and full-waveform inversion

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    Matoza, Robin S.; Chouet, Bernard A.; Dawson, Phillip B.; Shearer, Peter M.; Haney, Matthew M.; Waite, Gregory P.; Moran, Seth C.; Mikesell, T. Dylan

    2015-01-01

    Long-period (LP, 0.5-5 Hz) seismicity, observed at volcanoes worldwide, is a recognized signature of unrest and eruption. Cyclic LP “drumbeating” was the characteristic seismicity accompanying the sustained dome-building phase of the 2004–2008 eruption of Mount St. Helens (MSH), WA. However, together with the LP drumbeating was a near-continuous, randomly occurring series of tiny LP seismic events (LP “subevents”), which may hold important additional information on the mechanism of seismogenesis at restless volcanoes. We employ template matching, phase-weighted stacking, and full-waveform inversion to image the source mechanism of one multiplet of these LP subevents at MSH in July 2005. The signal-to-noise ratios of the individual events are too low to produce reliable waveform-inversion results, but the events are repetitive and can be stacked. We apply network-based template matching to 8 days of continuous velocity waveform data from 29 June to 7 July 2005 using a master event to detect 822 network triggers. We stack waveforms for 359 high-quality triggers at each station and component, using a combination of linear and phase-weighted stacking to produce clean stacks for use in waveform inversion. The derived source mechanism pointsto the volumetric oscillation (~10 m3) of a subhorizontal crack located at shallow depth (~30 m) in an area to the south of Crater Glacier in the southern portion of the breached MSH crater. A possible excitation mechanism is the sudden condensation of metastable steam from a shallow pressurized hydrothermal system as it encounters cool meteoric water in the outer parts of the edifice, perhaps supplied from snow melt.

  15. A New Perspective on Mount St. Helens - Dramatic Landform Change and Associated Hazards at the Most Active Volcano in the Cascade Range

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    Ramsey, David W.; Driedger, Carolyn L.; Schilling, Steve P.

    2008-01-01

    Mount St. Helens has erupted more frequently than any other volcano in the Cascade Range during the past 4,000 years. The volcano has exhibited a variety of eruption styles?explosive eruptions of pumice and ash, slow but continuous extrusions of viscous lava, and eruptions of fluid lava. Evidence of the volcano?s older eruptions is recorded in the rocks that build and the deposits that flank the mountain. Eruptions at Mount St. Helens over the past three decades serve as reminders of the powerful geologic forces that are reshaping the landscape of the Pacific Northwest. On May 18, 1980, a massive landslide and catastrophic explosive eruption tore away 2.7 cubic kilometers of the mountain and opened a gaping, north-facing crater. Lahars flowed more than 120 kilometers downstream, destroying bridges, roads, and buildings. Ash from the eruption fell as far away as western South Dakota. Reconstruction of the volcano began almost immediately. Between 1980 and 1986, 80 million cubic meters of viscous lava extruded episodically onto the crater floor, sometimes accompanied by minor explosions and small lahars. A lava dome grew to a height of 267 meters, taller than the highest buildings in the nearby city of Portland, Oregon. Crater Glacier formed in the deeply shaded niche between the 1980-86 lava dome and the south crater wall. Its tongues of ice flowed around the east and west sides of the dome. Between 1989 and 1991, multiple explosions of steam and ash rocked the volcano, possibly a result of infiltrating rainfall being heated in the still-hot interior of the dome and underlying crater floor. In September 2004, rising magma caused earthquake swarms and deformation of the crater floor and glacier, which indicated that Mount St. Helens might erupt again soon. On October 1, 2004, a steam and ash explosion signaled the beginning of a new phase of eruptive activity at the volcano. On October 11, hot rock reached the surface and began building a new lava dome immediately

  16. Hot pressing and lithification of gouge during the Mount St. Helens 2004-2008 eruption: insights from high temperature deformation experiments

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    Ryan, Amy G.; Russell, James K.; Heap, Michael J.

    2017-04-01

    We present results from an experimental program designed to investigate the timescales, conditions and mechanisms responsible for the densification and lithification of volcanic gouge at Mount St. Helens (MSH). From 2004-2008, MSH produced a series of lava domes/spines that were mantled by thick layers of gouge resulting from fracturing and cataclasis at the conduit-wall rock interface. The gouge comprises fine crystal-rich rock powder containing little to no glass. The erupted gouge carapace is texturally diverse, and varies from loose granular material to moderately indurated coherent rock to fine-grained cataclasite within tens of centimeters. The spatial association of these materials suggests that the originally unconsolidated conduit-fault gouge is densified and lithified during ascent to the surface. At present the conditions, timescales and mechanisms for lithification of the glass-poor materials are unknown. Here, we present results from a series of high-temperature (T) uniaxial deformation experiments performed on natural gouge collected from MSH (spine 5). The experiments are intended to (1) establish the feasibility of experimentally densifying/lithifying natural gouge materials at laboratory conditions approximating those within the MSH conduit, and to (2) constrain the effects of T, load and time on the extents, rates and mechanisms of densification. Our experimental conditions include T up to 800°C (Tspines 4, 5 and 7 at MSH, tying the results from the lab to the natural system. Initial results show an increase in the amount and rate of densification with increasing experimental T, with an increase in sample shortening (axial strain) between experiments completed at 650 and 850°C. This change in axial strain-time curves with increasing T suggests the inclusion of a second densification process, aside from mechanical compaction, at elevated T. It is our hypothesis that solid-state sintering, a process wherein crystalline particles are fused together

  17. Field-trip guide for exploring pyroclastic density current deposits from the May 18, 1980, eruption of Mount St. Helens, Washington

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    Brand, Brittany D.; Pollock, Nicholas; Sarocchi, Damiano; Dufek, Josef; Clynne, Michael A.

    2017-07-05

    Pyroclastic density currents (PDCs) are one of the most dangerous phenomena associated with explosive volcanism. To help constrain damage potential, a combination of field studies, laboratory experiments, and numerical modeling are used to establish conditions that influence PDC dynamics and depositional processes, including runout distance. The objective of this field trip is to explore field relations that may constrain PDCs at the time of emplacement.The PDC deposits from the May 18, 1980, eruption of Mount St. Helens are well exposed along the steep flanks (10–30° slopes) and across the pumice plain (5–12° slopes) as far as 8 km north of the volcano. The pumice plain deposits represent deposition from a series of concentrated PDCs and are primarily thick (3–12 m), massive, and poorly sorted. In contrast, the steep east-flank deposits are stratified to cross-stratified, suggesting deposition from PDCs where turbulence strongly influenced transport and depositional processes.The PDCs that descended the west flank were largely nondepositional; they maintained a higher flow energy and carrying capacity than PDCs funneled through the main breach, as evidenced by the higher concentration of large blocks in their deposits. The PDC from the west flank collided with PDCs funneled through the breach at various points along the pumice plain. Evidence for flow collision will be explored and debated throughout the field trip.Evidence for substrate erosion and entrainment is found (1) along the steep eastern flank of the volcano, which has a higher degree of rough, irregular topography relative to the west flanks where PDCs were likely nonerosive, (2) where PDCs encountered debris-avalanche hummocks across the pumice plain, and (3) where PDCs eroded and entrained material deposited by PDCs produced during earlier phases of the eruption. Two features interpreted as large-scale (tens of meters wide) levees and a large (~200 m wide) channel scour-and-fill feature

  18. High-resolution digital elevation model of lower Cowlitz and Toutle Rivers, adjacent to Mount St. Helens, Washington, based on an airborne lidar survey of October 2007

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    Mosbrucker, Adam

    2015-01-01

    The lateral blast, debris avalanche, and lahars of the May 18th, 1980, eruption of Mount St. Helens, Washington, dramatically altered the surrounding landscape. Lava domes were extruded during the subsequent eruptive periods of 1980–1986 and 2004–2008. More than three decades after the emplacement of the 1980 debris avalanche, high sediment production persists in the Toutle River basin, which drains the northern and western flanks of the volcano. Because this sediment increases the risk of flooding to downstream communities on the Toutle and lower Cowlitz Rivers, the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (USACE), under the direction of Congress to maintain an authorized level of flood protection, continues to monitor and mitigate excess sediment in North and South Fork Toutle River basins to help reduce this risk and to prevent sediment from clogging the shipping channel of the Columbia River. From October 22–27, 2007, Watershed Sciences, Inc., under contract to USACE, collected high-precision airborne lidar (light detection and ranging) data that cover 273 square kilometers (105 square miles) of lower Cowlitz and Toutle River tributaries from the Columbia River at Kelso, Washington, to upper North Fork Toutle River (below the volcano's edifice), including lower South Fork Toutle River. These data provide a digital dataset of the ground surface, including beneath forest cover. Such remotely sensed data can be used to develop sediment budgets and models of sediment erosion, transport, and deposition. The U.S. Geological Survey (USGS) used these lidar data to develop digital elevation models (DEMs) of the study area. DEMs are fundamental to monitoring natural hazards and studying volcanic landforms, fluvial and glacial geomorphology, and surface geology. Watershed Sciences, Inc., provided files in the LASer (LAS) format containing laser returns that had been filtered, classified, and georeferenced. The USGS produced a hydro-flattened DEM from ground-classified points at

  19. Using program impact pathways to understand and improve program delivery, utilization, and potential for impact of Helen Keller International's homestead food production program in Cambodia.

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    Olney, Deanna K; Vicheka, Sao; Kro, Meng; Chakriya, Chhom; Kroeun, Hou; Hoing, Ly Sok; Talukder, Aminzzaman; Quinn, Victoria; Iannotti, Lora; Becker, Elisabeth; Roopnaraine, Terry

    2013-06-01

    Evidence of the impact of homestead food production programs on nutrition outcomes such as anemia and growth is scant. In the absence of information on program impact pathways, it is difficult to understand why these programs, which have been successful in increasing intake of micronutrient-rich foods, have had such limited documented impact on nutrition outcomes. To conduct a process evaluation of Helen Keller International's (HKI's) homestead food production program in Cambodia to assess whether the program was operating as planned (in terms of design, delivery, and utilization) and to identify ways in which the program might need to be strengthened in order to increase its potential for impact. A program theory framework, which laid out the primary components along the hypothesized program impact pathways, was developed in collaboration with HKI and used to design the research. Semistructured interviews and focus group discussions with program beneficiaries (n = 36 and 12, respectively), nonbeneficiaries (n = 12), and program implementers (n = 17 and 2, respectively) and observations of key program delivery points, including health and nutrition training sessions (n = 6), village model farms (n = 6), and household gardens of beneficiaries (n = 36) and nonbeneficiaries (n = 12), were conducted to assess the delivery and utilization of the primary program components along the impact pathways. The majority of program components were being delivered and utilized as planned. However, challenges with some of the key components posited to improve outcomes such as anemia and growth were noted. Among these were a gap in the expected pathway from poultry production to increased intake of eggs and poultry meat, and some weaknesses in the delivery of the health and nutrition training sessions and related improvements in knowledge among the village health volunteers and beneficiaries. Although the program has been successful in delivering the majority of the program

  20. Kevad turul : juba aprillis sihib börsile Arco Vara / Kadi Heinsalu, Virge Lahe

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    Heinsalu, Kadi, 1966-

    2007-01-01

    Kinnisvaraettevõte Arco Vara tahab viia ettevõtte börsile. Vt. samas: Arco Varal on vaja arenduseks miljardeid; Suuromanikud Arti Arakas ja Richard Tomingas; Ettevõtte CV. Diagramm: Majandusnäitajad. Kommenteerivad: Tex Vertmann, Malle Aleksius, Peeter Koppel, Rainer Änilane ja Ragnar Plees. Vt. ka Annika Matsoni ja Agnes Ojala art. 21. märtsi Äripäevas lk. 2

  1. Arco Vara küsib korteriostjatelt kolmandiku raha juurde / Kadi Heinsalu

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    Heinsalu, Kadi, 1966-

    2006-01-01

    Kinnisvaraarendaja Arco Vara nõuab aasta eest korteri broneerinutelt raha juurde. Kommenteerivad Viljar Arakas ja Rocco Ots. Vt. samas: See oli Arco Varal algusest peale plaanitud; Arco Vara põhjendab kuni 30% hinnatõusu ehitaja survega; Arco Vara omanikud on Rikaste Klubi liikmed

  2. Maksuametnikud kardavad tax-freed / Kadi Heinsalu, Ulvi Tüllinen

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    Heinsalu, Kadi, 1966-

    1997-01-01

    Ilmunud ka: Delovõje Vedomosti 2. juuli lk. 12-13. Tax-free kaubandusest. Lisatud tabelid: maksuvaba kaubanduse objektid. 1996. a. Eestit külastanud turistide ja ühepäevakülastajate kulutuste jagunemine

  3. Welcome to Estonia märk on kaotanud oma sära / Kadi Heinsalu

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    Heinsalu, Kadi, 1966-

    2004-01-01

    Ettevõtluse Arendamise Sihtasutus loodab parandada Welcome to Estonia märgi mainet. Märki kasutavad ettevõtjad ei näe märgist olulist kasu toodete müügil. Kommenteerivad Evelin Int-Lambot, Leena Murd ja Olaf Merisalu

  4. Arco Vara nõus Kodukolde kliendi vana korteri ostma / Kadi Heinsalu

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    Heinsalu, Kadi, 1966-

    2007-01-01

    Ilmunud ka: Delovõje Vedomosti 24. okt. lk. 29. Arco Vara on valmis ära ostma kliendi vana korteri ja andma pangale ostja eest garantii 15protsendilisele omaosalusele. Vt. samas: Arakas: nagu autovahetus kümne aasta eest. Kommenteerivad Monica Meldo ja Olev Mait Makk

  5. Kohus jättis arstide liidu kaebuse rahuldamata / Kadi Heinsalu

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    Heinsalu, Kadi, 1966-

    2012-01-01

    Arstide Täienduskoolituse Fond SA taotles halduskohtus, et tühistataks maksu- ja tolliameti otsus, mille alusel fond tulumaksusoodustusega mittetulundusühingute ja sihtasutuste nimekirjast kustutati

  6. Keskkonnaministril pole plaani naftareostusega seoses tagasi astuda / Martin Hanson, Kadi Heinsalu

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    Hanson, Martin, 1984-

    2006-01-01

    Ministrite kommentaare naftareostust puudutava info edastamise kohta. Vt. samas: Piret Reiljan: Top Tankers Inc. polnud midagi kuulnud oma laevaga juhtunud õnnetusest. Lisa: Õnnetusest laeval tuli teade reedel. Sündmuste kronoloogia

  7. Savisaar : palk nelja aasta pärast 25 000 krooni / Kadi Heinsalu

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    Heinsalu, Kadi, 1966-

    2006-01-01

    Ilmunud ka: Delovõje Vedomosti 20. sept. lk. 6. Keskerakonna eesmärgiks on viia keskmine palk Eestis järgmise nelja aastaga 25 000 kroonini - Euroopa Liidu keskmisele tasemele. Diagramm: Palk avalikus sektoris

  8. Tallinna äärelinnas saab uute korterite hindu tingida / Kadi Heinsalu

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    Heinsalu, Kadi, 1966-

    2007-01-01

    Tallinnas on võimalik kõrge hinna tõttu uute äärelinna korterite hindu alla tingida ja küsida juurde boonuseid, samas muudetakse osa kesklinna kortereid äripindadeks, mille järgi on suurem nõudlus. Kommenteerib Viljar Arakas. Tabel: Hinnad valmivates kortermajades

  9. Hydrogen isotope investigation of amphibole and glass in dacite magmas erupted in 1980-1986 and 2005 at Mount St. Helens, Washington

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    Underwood, S.J.; Feeley, T.C.; Clynne, M.A.

    2013-01-01

    In active, shallow, sub-volcanic magma conduits the extent of the dehydrogenation–oxidation reaction in amphibole phenocrysts is controlled by energetic processes that cause crystal lattice damage or conditions that increase hydrogen diffusivity in magmatic phases. Amphibole phenocrysts separated from dacitic volcanic rocks erupted from 1980 to 1986 and in 2005 at Mount St. Helens (MSH) were analyzed for δD, water content and Fe3+/Fe2+, and fragments of glassy groundmass were analyzed for δD and water content. Changes in amphibole δD values through time are evaluated within the context of carefully observed volcanic eruption behavior and published petrological and geochemical investigations. Driving forces for amphibole dehydrogenation include increase in magma oxygen fugacity, decrease in amphibole hydrogen fugacity, or both. The phenocryst amphibole (δD value c. –57‰ and 2 wt % H2O) in the white fallout pumice of the May 18, 1980 plinian eruptive phase is probably little modified during rapid magma ascent up an ∼7 km conduit. Younger volcanic rocks incorporate some shallowly degassed dacitic magma from earlier pulses, based on amphibole phenocryst populations that exhibit varying degrees of dehydrogenation. Pyroclastic rocks from explosive eruptions in June–October 1980 have elevated abundances of mottled amphibole phenocrysts (peaking in some pyroclastic rocks erupted on July 22, 1980), and extensive amphibole dehydrogenation is linked to crystal damage from vesiculation and pyroclastic fountain collapse that increased effective hydrogen diffusion in amphibole. Multiple amphibole δD populations in many 1980 pyroclastic rocks combined with their groundmass characteristics (e.g. mixed pumice textures) support models of shallow mixing prior to, or during, eruption as new, volatile-rich magma pulses blended with more oxidized, degassed magma. Amphibole dehydrogenation is quenched at the top surface of MSH dacite lava lobes, but the diversity in the

  10. Putting zircon surface geochronology and geochemistry in textural context using 3D Xray tomography: Probing the magmatic history of Mount St. Helens

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    Claiborne, L. L.; Wooden, J. L.; Miller, C. F.; Gualda, G. A.; Clynne, M. A.; Flanagan, D. M.

    2010-12-01

    Zircon U-Series and U-Pb geochronology from 25 samples spanning the eruptive history of Mount St. Helens volcano (MSH) reveal complex and wide-ranging age populations, suggesting that some magmas intruded beneath MSH are stored for up to a few 100 kyr before being rejuvenated, recycled into younger hot magmas, and erupted (Claiborne et al., 2010). The compositions of these zircons record thermal and chemical transitions in the magmatic system independent of the eruptive behavior. An apparent paucity of eruption-age zircon precluded assessment of near-eruption magmatic conditions and suggested that zircon was undersaturated in all magmas just prior to eruption or that zircons were not cognate to the erupted magmas. However, this could be an artifact of traditional SHRIMP methods that use a 15 to 40 micron ion beam to analyze interiors of polished grains and therefore cannot access micrometer-scale outer rims that may represent final growth. To address these possibilities, we analyzed the outermost rims of zircon from 6 of the 25 eruptive units by pressing grains into indium and analyzing their surfaces. In 3 samples, zircon growth within error of or less than the previously estimated eruption age was identified. In 3 samples, the surface ages and chemistry were similar to the older zircon interiors. Each sample exhibited variation in surface ages and compositions among grains, including some surface ages more than 10 kyr older than eruption. This variation within samples indicates that the zircon in an erupted magma experienced different conditions prior to eruption, a conclusion also supported by the varied external morphology and grain size within individual samples (rounded vs. euhedral, glass-covered vs. clean). In order to determine the source of these variations in surface composition and age, it was necessary to place the zircons in textural context. Since zircons are scarce in MSH rocks and rarely visible in thin section, we used differential absorption x

  11. Evaluating turbidity and suspended-sediment concentration relations from the North Fork Toutle River basin near Mount St. Helens, Washington; annual, seasonal, event, and particle size variations - a preliminary analysis.

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    Uhrich, Mark A.; Spicer, Kurt R.; Mosbrucker, Adam; Christianson, Tami

    2015-01-01

    Regression of in-stream turbidity with concurrent sample-based suspended-sediment concentration (SSC) has become an accepted method for producing unit-value time series of inferred SSC (Rasmussen et al., 2009). Turbidity-SSC regression models are increasingly used to generate suspended-sediment records for Pacific Northwest rivers (e.g., Curran et al., 2014; Schenk and Bragg, 2014; Uhrich and Bragg, 2003). Recent work developing turbidity-SSC models for the North Fork Toutle River in Southwest Washington (Uhrich et al., 2014), as well as other studies (Landers and Sturm, 2013, Merten et al., 2014), suggests that models derived from annual or greater datasets may not adequately reflect shorter term changes in turbidity-SSC relations, warranting closer inspection of such relations. In-stream turbidity measurements and suspended-sediment samples have been collected from the North Fork Toutle River since 2010. The study site, U.S. Geological Survey (USGS) streamgage 14240525 near Kid Valley, Washington, is 13 river km downstream of the debris avalanche emplaced by the 1980 eruption of Mount St. Helens (Lipman and Mullineaux, 1981), and 2 river km downstream of the large sediment retention structure (SRS) built from 1987–1989 to mitigate the associated sediment hazard. The debris avalanche extends roughly 25 km down valley from the edifice of the volcano and is the primary source of suspended sediment moving past the streamgage (NF Toutle-SRS). Other significant sources are debris flow events and sand deposits upstream of the SRS, which are periodically remobilized and transported downstream. Also, finer material often is derived from the clay-rich original debris avalanche deposit, while coarser material can derive from areas such as fluvially reworked terraces.

  12. Saksa immissioonikaitseõiguse põhistruktuurid / Hans D. Jarass ; tõlkinud Margot Heinsalu, Monika Mikiver

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    Jarass, Hans D.

    2007-01-01

    Immissioonikaitseõiguse tähendusest ja kujunemisloost Saksa keskkonnaõiguses. Käitisi puudutavast, allikapõhisest, territooriumidega ja planeeringutega seotud immissioonikaitsest ning emissioonidest ja immissioonidest

  13. Keskkonnaõigus Euroopa Kohtu praktikas / Ludwig Krämer ; tõlkinud Margot Heinsalu, Monika Mikiver

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    Krämer, Ludwig

    2007-01-01

    Euroopa Kohtu keskkonnakaitsega seotud otsustest kodaniku ja halduse huvide, Euroopa Ühenduse institutsioonide ja liikmesriikide huvide ning keskkonnakaitse tasakaalustamiseks. Euroopa Ühenduse asutamislepingust ning rahvusvaheliste konventsioonide kohaldamisest

  14. Euroametnik võtab end priske abiraha tõttu töötuks / Kadi Heinsalu

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    Heinsalu, Kadi, 1966-

    2007-01-01

    Ilmunud ka: Delovõje Vedomosti 3. okt. lk. 9. Sel aastal on seitse EL-i institutsioonides töötanud ametnikku registreerinud end pärast töölepingu lõppemist Eestis töötuks, mis tagab neile vähemalt 18 850 krooni suuruse hüvitise. Kommenteerib töötukassa juhatuse esimees Meelis Paavel. Vt. samas: Töötuna välismaal; Eesti makse ELi omast väiksem

  15. Malbed kastetilgad ja kaaluta merekivid / Helen Arak

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    Arak, Helen

    2008-01-01

    Liivi Leppiku shibori tehnikas kardinate ja selle edasiarendusena reljeefsete kolmedimensiooniliste kangaste, nn. kivipiltide näitusest Soosoo galeriis Tallinnas. Õhkkerged kivipildid olid 2008. aasta disainiauhinna Bruno nominendid. Lk. 49 kunstniku näpunäiteid kardinate valmistamiseks ja hoolduseks

  16. Helen Mendes | IDRC - International Development Research Centre

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    Freelance journalist, Curitiba, Brazil. When did you become interested in pursuing science journalism? I have always liked reading about science. When I studied journalism, I knew from the beginning that I wanted to work in science communication. I was lucky that Ciência Hoje, the most popular science magazine in Brazil, ...

  17. Marie N seisis pea peal / Helen Urbanik

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    Urbanik, Helen

    2002-01-01

    Tänavuse Eurovisiooni võitjast Marija Naumovast, tema heliplaatidest "Do svetlõh sljoz" ("Magusate pisarateni"), "Leskaties acis" ("Vaata mu silmadesse"), "Ma voix, ma vie" ("Minu hääl, minu tee")

  18. Olelusvõitlus bioloogiarindel / Helen Urbanik

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    Urbanik, Helen

    2002-01-01

    Ameerika koolides tahetakse lastele darvinismi asemel õpetada teooriat, mis ei püüagi elu tekkimist Maal selgitada. Mõtteviisist, mida nimetatakse mõistuspärase loomise teooriaks (intelligent design theory ehk lühidalt ID teooria)

  19. Kunstniku portree noore naisena / Helen Urbanik

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    Urbanik, Helen

    1999-01-01

    Üheksanda klassi tüdrukud Kaisa Laht ja Terttu Uibopuu harjutavad Anu Purre juhendamisel Sally Stuudios. Nende osalemisest suvel Sally Stuudio näitusel 'Mäng' galeriis 'Vaal' ning Eesti Ekspressi tellimusel tehtud töödest. Terttu esimene kunstiõpetaja ئ Ester Jahtmaa.

  20. Mount St. Helens, Washington Decision Document

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    1985-10-01

    tables, and damage assessment formulae previously developed by engineering consultants for the Corp’s Willamette River Basin Flood Damage Study. This...monitor wildlife use. Species of interest include elk, deer, bear, cougar, furbearers, and nongame species (songbirds, reptiles , and amphibians). For

  1. Helen Mirren krooniti Veneetsias kuningannaks / Triin Tael

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    Tael, Triin

    2006-01-01

    Näitleja võitis parima naisnäitleja auhinna Elizabet II rolliga Stephen Frears'i filmis "Kuninganna" ("The Queen"). Parima filmi peaauhind Kuldlõvi läks Hiina režissööri Jia Zhang-Ke filmile "Vaikelu" ("Dong"). Ka teistest Veneetsia 63. filmifestivali võitjatest

  2. Uue oskuse võlu / Helen Talalaev

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    Talalaev, Helen

    2009-01-01

    Tutvustatakse kirjastuse TEA väljaantud õppekomplekte: Tomalin, Barry. Westminster English. Tallinn : TEA Kirjastus, 2009 ; Mangus, Inga. Vene keele õpik : algajale ja taasalustajale. Tallinn : TEA Kirjastus, 2008

  3. Ooperisse lipsu ja õhtukleidiga kohvris / Helen Ennok

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    Ennok, Helen

    2014-01-01

    Artikkel tutvustab lühidalt Euroopa ooperimaju: Viini Riigiooper, Milano La Scala, Pariisi Rahvusooper, Berliini Riigiooper, Royal Opera House, Rootsi Kuninglik Ooper, Taani kuninglik ooper, Brüsseli La Monnaie ooper, Helsingi Ooperimaja, Läti Rahvusooper

  4. Eesti sai uue kiirabisarja / Helen Teesalu

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    Teesalu, Helen

    2007-01-01

    TV3 eetris algas 12-osaline kodumaine haiglaseriaal "Brigaad 3" : produtsent ja üks režissööre Toomas Kirss : režissöör Raivo Maripuu : rollides Jan Uuspõld, Maria Soomets, Margus Prangel, 16-aastane Laura Kivistu

  5. "ARS 01", perspektiivide avamine / Helen Kivisoo

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    Kivisoo, Helen

    2001-01-01

    30. IX 2001-20. I 2002 Kiasmas kuuendat korda toimuvast rahvusvahelisest näitusest "ARS", kus Eestist osaleb Marko Mäetamm. Kuraatorid Tuula Arkio, Maaretta Jaukkuri, Patrik Nyberg, Jari-Pekka Vanhala. Teemaks "kolmas ruum". Näituse kajastamisest.

  6. Tapeeti tabamas / Kadri Kallaste ; intervjueerinud Helen Arak

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    Kallaste, Kadri, 1983-

    2014-01-01

    Saksamaal Kasseli tapeedimuuseumis töötava Kadri kallastega tapeetimise ajaloost Euroopas ja Eestis. Kadri Kallaste on Tartu Linnamuuseumi näituse "Mängud tapeetidega. Seinakujundus Eesti interjööris 19. saj. II poolel ja 20. saj. alguses" kuraator

  7. Naised, keda mehed rajal kardavad / Helen Teesalu

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    Teesalu, Helen

    2008-01-01

    Vt. ka Postimees : na russkom jazõke : Avto i Tehnika 26. sept., lk. 4. CCG ehk Car Club Girls on Eesti ainuke ametlik naiste autoklubi, mille liikmed teevad võidusõidu- ja kiirendusrajal silmad ette nii mõnelegi mehele

  8. Ascetismo, gênero e poder no Baixo Império Romano: Paládio de Helenópolis e o status das devotas cristãs Asceticism, gender and power in the Late Roman Empire: Palladius and the status of the holy women

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    Gilvan Ventura da Silva

    2007-01-01

    Full Text Available As diversas modalidades de ascetismo feminino que vigoraram nas comunidades cristãs ao longo dos três primeiros séculos do Império tenderão a se integrar numa nova experiência religiosa que começa a se esboçar por volta de 270 para alcançar uma expansão considerável no final do Mundo Antigo: o monacato. Mediante a análise da História Lausíaca, de Paládio de Helenópolis, obra escrita por volta de 420, investigamos a posição social das ascetas e o tipo de atuação que desempenharam no interior de um movimento dominado pelos homens, como foi o movimento monástico. Além disso, analisamos a capacidade das mulheres de exercer alguma modalidade de poder no âmbito das suas comunidades locais em comparação aos homens divinos cristãos do Baixo Império.The several kinds of female asceticism observed in the Roman Empire during the first three centuries A.D. will be gathered in a new religious experience that begins around 270 A.D.: the monasticism. Throughout the analysis of the Lausiac History, written by Palladius, bishop of Hellenopolis, in Bitinia, we aim at researching about the female ascetics social position and their actions as monastic movement members. Besides, we reflect over the kind of power women could exercise in their local communities compared with the holy men.

  9. "Wow!" - inglise keel täiesti uutmoodi / Helen Talalaev

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    Talalaev, Helen

    2009-01-01

    2008. aastal TEA kirjastuselt põhikoolile ja gümnaasiumile ilmuma hakanud uutest inglise keele õppekomplektide sarjadest "Wow!", "Key English" ja "In Touch", mis valmivad Eesti, Briti ja Soome autorite ühistööna

  10. 21. sajandi koolid said kauaoodatud raha / Helen Eelrand

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    Eelrand, Helen

    2003-01-01

    Haridus- ja teadusminsteerium eraldas ligi 150 miljoni krooni ulatuses raha esimestele koolidele, kelle õpikeskkond 21. sajandi programmi raames nüüdisajastatakse. Munitsipaalkoolid said 110 119 200 ning riigikoolid 6 163 200 krooni

  11. Mount St. Helens Ecosystem Restoration General Reevaluation Study Reconnaissance Report

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    2007-07-01

    Pacific lamprey have also declined in the Toutle. K-407 Key EDT reaches for fall Chinook in the Toutle Basin area Toutle located primarily in the...Author Year Title Page Comment Spatial Hopman 1982 An update on dredging activities in the Pacific Northwest, in Willey, R.G., ed., Seminar on...highest EDT restorative potential of NF Toutle any spring chinook reach in the system. E-395 Lamprey abundance is limited and does not exist for

  12. Lessons from Helen Keller: How to Make the Comics Accessible?

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    Dupire, Jérôme; Boude, Yvan

    2017-01-01

    This paper addresses the lack of accessibility of the comics for deaf or hard-of-hearing readers. Comics are a major cultural object, used in many different contexts with, as much as different purposes (leisure, education, advertising, etc.). We report here the results of an experimentation during a communication operation, including a regular exhibition made of panels and a digital mirroring of the contents, with extra materials and information. This digital part, accessible through our institution website, is the basement of this paper.

  13. 19. RMJ Oduor Review of Helen Lauer and Kofi Anyidoho's ...

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    to “the human sciences” that are also often referred to as “the social sciences” comprising disciplines such as sociology, ... Review of Reclaiming the Human Sciences and Humanities through African Perspectives 3 that have great faith in the rich ... 3: Reappraising 'Development'. Section 4: Measuring the Human Condition.

  14. Hitler, Stalin ja Vana Toomas koos / Helen Eelrand

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    Eelrand, Helen, 1971-

    2004-01-01

    Ajalooliste esemete, eelkõige kommunistliku ja natsionaalsotsialistliku sümboolika müügist. Kommentaarid Riigikogu liikmelt Helir-Valdor Seederilt, okupatsioonimuuseumi töötajalt Rasmus Rausbergilt ja siseministeeriumi pressinõunikult Katrin Videselt. Lisa: Lenin läheb idablokis kaubaks

  15. Kumus näeb maailmamuutjaid / Helen Teesalu

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    Teesalu, Helen

    2008-01-01

    Maailmamuutjate filmifestival näitab neljal järjestikusel kolmapäeval dokfilme eriliste inimeste erilistest ettevõtmistest. Täna on Kumus Chema Rodrigueze "Raudtee tähed", mida kommenteerivad Eda Mölder ja Artur Taevere

  16. Mount St. Helens Future Expected Deposition Scenario (FEDS)

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    2011-04-14

    sediment plain for the period from 2008 to 2035 is estimated to be 215 M Tons. Sediment transport models using both 1-D HEC - RAS and 2-D MIKE 21C... HEC - RAS software. This mobile-bed tool was developed from a hydraulically-calibrated fixed- bed model utilized in the 2009 Level of Protection...38 3.2 1-D HEC - RAS Model .............................................................................................38 3.2.1 Model

  17. Helen Mendes | CRDI - Centre de recherches pour le ...

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    Toutefois, le monde aura toujours besoin de journalisme. Dans ce contexte, les médias qui survivront sont ceux qui innovent et créent un contenu utile. De plus, il est utile pour eux de comprendre les algorithmes qui régissent la diffusion des nouvelles sur les médias sociaux. La tempête des fausses nouvelles a permis aux ...

  18. 11-keelset "Vana Kannelt" sõrmitsemas / Helen Kõmmus

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    Kõmmus, Helen, 1975-

    2014-01-01

    Arvustus: Kodavere regilaulud / Eesti Kirjandusmuuseum, Eesti Rahvaluule Arhiiv ; koostajad Liina Saarlo, Edna Tuvi. Tartu : Eesti Kirjandusmuuseum, 2014. (Monumenta Estoniae antiquae. I, Vana kannel ; 11)

  19. 500-tonniste muldseintega elamu / Ene Läkk, Helen Urbanik

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    Läkk, Ene, 1957-

    2000-01-01

    Arhitekt Rick Joy projekteeritud arst John Palmeri villa USAs Arizona osariigis, Santa Catalina mäestiku jalamil. Hoone ühes osas asuvad perekonna eluruumid, teine on avatud ruum. Pressitud muldseinad ja liblikatiiva kujulised terasest katusesiilud jäljendavad ümbritseva maastiku vorme. Suuri seina- ja aknapindu katab raamimata klaas.

  20. Kivisõõrid tuulisel saarel / Helen Arusoo

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    Arusoo, Helen, 1972-

    2013-01-01

    Eesti, Läti ja Rootsi looduslikke pühapaiku kaardistanud projekti Cult Identity, mille Eesti poolne partner oli Hiite Maja, käigus valmis kodulehelt www.ancientsites.eu ning toimus õppereis ajakirjanikele nende riikide pühapaikadesse. Pikemalt Rootsis Kuggörarna saarel ja ka mujal Rootsi rannikul asuvast kividest laotud labürintidest

  1. Ausambad Newfoundlandi eestisoost seenesõpradele / foto: Helen Spencer

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    2008-01-01

    Newfoundlandis asuva Brother Brennan Environmental Education Centre (BBEEC) poolt korraldadavatest seenekursustest, mille õppejõuks kutsuti Newfoundlandis seenehuvilistena tuntud Maria ja Andrus Voitk

  2. Helen and Heidegger: Disabled Dasein, Language and Others ...

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    I shall argue, however, that it is due to this starting-point in adult-Dasein that Heidegger\\'s existential analyses miss important insights concerning the meaning of being ... that of an essentially disabled and needy Dasein, which, I believe, provides a more viable fore-structure than Heidegger\\'s for a hermeneutics of humanity.

  3. Viiv enne kojuminekut / Leo Kunnas ; interv. Helen Arak

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    Kunnas, Leo, 1967-

    2006-01-01

    Kaitsejõudude Peastaabi operatiivosakonna ülem kolonelleitnant Leo Kunnas oma perekonnast, lapsepõlvekodust Põlvamaal ja praegusest elamisest Tallinnas, missioonil viibivate sõjaväelaste probleemidest ning eluolust Iraagis. Lisa: Katkend Leo Kunnase raamatust "Viiv pikas sõjas"

  4. Õpetajaks õppimas / Mari-Helene Kaber

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    Kaber, Mari-Helene

    2008-01-01

    Humana People to people liikumise poolt loodud õpetajate koolitamise võrgustikust, mis tegutseb Angolas, Mosambiigis ja Malawis ja kus valmistatakse ette õpetajaid peamiselt maapiirkondade koolidesse

  5. Iisraeli innovatsioonipõhine majandusmudel eeskujuks / Helen Popp

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    Popp, Helen

    2011-01-01

    Iisrael on oma majandustegevuse planeerimisel keskendunud innovatsioonile ja start-up-firmadele, Iisrael on maailma üks suuremaid teadus- ja arendustegevusse investeerijaid. Eesti teadus- ja arenduskeskused, innovatsioonile suunatud ettevõtted ja ka teaduspargid võiksid koostööpartnerite otsingul suunata pilgu teiste hulgas ka Iisraeli poole

  6. Kosmosekostüümid ulmefilmides / Helen Valk

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    Valk, Helen

    2011-01-01

    Lõputöös uuritakse ulmefilmide kostüümides esinevaid korrapärasusi ja reegleid ning seoseid reaalsuse ja ulme vahel, samuti ulme ilminguid tänapäeva moes. Praktilise tööna valmis prêt-á-porter moekollektsioon "Nebula"

  7. Helen Mirren viis koju kaks Kuldgloobust / Triin Tael

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    Tael, Triin

    2007-01-01

    Kuldse Gloobuse auhinna draamakategoorias sai mängufilm "Paabel" ("Babel") : režissöör Alejandro Gonzalez Inarritu : Ameerika Ühendriigid - Mehhiko, 2006. Ka teised Golden Globe filmiauhinna saajad

  8. Isogloss: language and legacy on Mount St. Helens

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    E. Dodd

    2012-01-01

    Nothing standing aboveground today was here thirty years ago. The ground itself wasn't here. Oh, there was ground, but much of it lay below the surface where my boot soles slip a little in the loose pebbles of pumice. Rolling on loose rock and big ideas, for a moment I lose my sense of balance, glancing first at the sky above, then at the nearby peak of Mount St...

  9. Eesti jalajälg on tohutu / Helen Urbanik

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    Urbanik, Helen

    2006-01-01

    Maailma Looduse Fond (WWF) avaldas raporti, mille kohaselt Eesti nn ökoloogiline jalajälg on maailmas suuruselt seitsmes. Lisaks tabel: Riikide ökoloogiline jalajälg inimese kohta aastal 2003 globaalsetes hektarites

  10. Kõik silmad laevalael / David Rothenberg ; tõlkinud Helen Arusoo

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    Rothenberg, David

    2010-01-01

    USA muusiku filosoofi ja kirjaniku reisikiri ekspeditsioonist Teravmägede arhipelaagi 100-aasta vanusel kunaril "Noorderlicht" 2009. aasta sügisel, mis toimus kunstiprojekti Arctic Circle raames ning, millel osales 14 kunstnikku ja 2 teadlast, et jäädvustada Arktika ilu

  11. CybermarketingInEstonia.ee / interv. Oksana Kostina

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    2005-01-01

    Vestlusringis reklaamist ja turundusest Internetis osalesid Sten Klemm, Mihkel Vabrit, Esme Kassak, Aivar Laan, Andrei Korobeinik, Üllar Tamm, Raiko Raie, Martin Orav, Priit A. Heinsalu ja Allan Sombri

  12. Murumängud rahva rahaga / Warren K Christolon

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    Christolon, Warren K

    1999-01-01

    Kaitseministeerium ja Kaitsejõudude Peastaap peab tagasi võitma ühiskonna ja oma alluvate kaotatud usalduse. Vt. ka Jüri Kadak "Mängusõda"; K. Tarand "Riigikaitseline onupoja teadus" Luup Feb/22

  13. Inglise-Eesti digitaalfilmiprojekt

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    2003-01-01

    Eile kuulutati välja uus rahvusvaheline filmifestival "Põhjavalgus" ("Nordic Lights"), mille raames Marko Raat, Andri Luup ja Hendrik Toompere jun. lähevad Inglismaale sealse meeskonnaga filmi tegema

  14. "Arvuti koolis" ja arvutiõpetus õppekavas / Helen Vanganen, Jevgeni Košelev

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    Vanganen, Helen

    2002-01-01

    Ligi 1500 aineõpetajat osales 2001/2002 õppeaastal kursusel "Arvuti koolis". Õpetajad tutvusid Oxfordi Ülikooli jätkukursusega - originaalprogramm kannab nime "Intelʼ Teach to the Future", mis on otseselt seotud infotehnoloogia rakendamisega õppekavas

  15. Uue "Shreki" hääled ikka veel leidmata / Helen Teesalu

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    Teesalu, Helen

    2007-01-01

    Janno Põldmal seisab ees ameerika animafilmi "Shrek 3" dubleerimine eesti keelde. Eesti esilinastus peaks olema 8. juunil. Näitlejate häälte osadesse valimisele tootja DreamWorks Animation poolt esitatud nõuetest. Lisatud nimekiri : tegelaste hääli esitavad näitlejad originaalversioonis ja oletatavalt eestikeelses versioonis

  16. Scattering matrices of volcanic ash particles of Mount St. Helens, Redoubt, and Mount Spurr Volcanoes

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    Muñoz, O.; Volten, H.; Hovenier, J.W.; Veihelmann, B.; van der Zande, W.J.; Waters, L.B.F.M.; Rose, W.I.

    2004-01-01

    We present measurements of the whole scattering matrix as a function of the scattering angle at a wavelength of 632.8 nm in the scattering angle range 3°-174° of randomly oriented particles taken from seven samples of volcanic ashes corresponding to four different volcanic eruptions: the 18 May 1980

  17. Scattering matrices of volcanic ash particles of Mount St. Helens, Redoubt, and Mount Spurr Volcanoes

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    Munoz, O.; Volten, H.; Hovenier, J.W.; Veihelmann, B.; Zande, W.J. van der; Waters, L.; Rose, W.I.

    2004-01-01

    [1] We present measurements of the whole scattering matrix as a function of the scattering angle at a wavelength of 632.8 nm in the scattering angle range 3degrees - 174degrees of randomly oriented particles taken from seven samples of volcanic ashes corresponding to four different volcanic

  18. Sadama ala planeering = Harbour area master plan / Ivan Sergejev, Helen Rebane, Karina Niinepuu

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    Sergejev, Ivan, 1987-

    2010-01-01

    EKA arhitektuuri ja linnaplaneerimise osakonna IV kursuse 2009-2010 õppeaastal erialase projekteerimise raames kavandatud planeeringu eesmärgiks on tihendada Tallinna sadama ala ning arendada sellest välja mitmekesine ja efektiivne linnaruum

  19. Eestis ilmub nüüd kunstiinfoleht Art this Week / Helen Uldrich

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    Uldrich, Helen

    2006-01-01

    Uut kunstiinfolehte Art this Week tutvustas Tallinna Kunstihoones vastutav väljaandja Anneli Köster. Ilmub Sally Stuudio ja kultuuriministeeriumi koostöös. Voldik annab teavet kahe kuu olulisematest näitustest ja professionaalsest kunstist Eestis

  20. Plasti põletusmatus - Ghanas tossab Euroopa e-romu / Helen Arusoo

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    Arusoo, Helen, 1972-

    2012-01-01

    Intervjuu Austraalia režissööri David Fedelega filmi "E-prügila" valmimisest. Film kajastab eluolu Ghana pealinna Accra keskel asuvas Euroopa elektroonikaromu ladustavas prügilas. Film pälvis Matsalu 10. loodusfilmide festivalil eriauhinna

  1. Prostitutsiooni vastu võitlejad võtavad ette sõdurid ja taksojuhid / Helen Eelrand

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    Eelrand, Helen, 1971-

    2005-01-01

    Eesti Naisuurimuse Teabekeskuse direktori asetäitja Ilvi Jõe-Cannon projektist Coalition Against Trafficking in Women, mille käigus antakse NATO riikide sõduritele koolitust prostitutsiooni varjukülgedega seonduvast ning kavast hakata karistama prostituute vahendavaid taksojuhte

  2. Urmas Tartes: Hea fotoga parandab maailma rohkem kui poliitikaga / Urmas Tartes ; usutles Helen Arusoo

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    Tartes, Urmas, 1963-

    2009-01-01

    Kõigi loendamatute fotokonkursside absoluutsesse tippu kuuluva Veolia Enviroment Wildlife Photographer of the Year 2009. aasta üks võitja Urmas Tartes räägib, miks suurtel fotovõistlustel ei ole juhuslikke võite

  3. 78 FR 43064 - Safety Zone; Maritime Heritage Festival Fireworks, St. Helens, OR

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    2013-07-19

    ... SECURITY Coast Guard 33 CFR Part 165 RIN 1625-AA00 Safety Zone; Maritime Heritage Festival Fireworks, St... maritime public during a planned fireworks display and will do so by prohibiting unauthorized persons and... delayed effective date for this rule. B. Basis and Purpose Fireworks displays create hazardous conditions...

  4. Müüa mägi, sisaldab killustikku / Helen Urbanik

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    Urbanik, Helen

    2006-01-01

    Eesti ehitajatel on killustikust suur puudus, eriti pealinna läheduses. Radikaalid soovitavad enne uute karjääride avamist võtta killustikku vanadest aherainemägedest ja -puistangutest. Kommenteerivad geoloogid Rein Einasto ja Rein Sinisalu ning TTÜ mäeinstituudi assistent Tõnis Kattel

  5. Living Proof: What Helen Keller, Marilyn Monroe, and Marie Curie Have in Common.

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    Saul, E. Wendy

    1986-01-01

    Examines biographies of Marie Curie written for children and discusses two types of distortions: simple misrepresentations of fact and selective retelling of the past. It is concluded that biographies of minority or female success should deal specifically with strategies used by the hero or heroine to combat prejudice. (EM)

  6. [The death of Helene Althusser: a case of altruistic homicide reported by the melancholic person].

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    Deniker, P; Olié, J P

    1994-01-01

    Authors suggest to read carefully the text written by Louis Althusser concerning the murder of his wife, Hélène. In place of hypothetical psychopathological elaborations they propose to take into account the narration of his personal story, and his illness leading to a delusional and confusional depression. The precision in the written report by Althusser on his painful manic depression demonstrates that there is no place for hypothesis too different from an ordinary reality.

  7. Geologic Mapping of Isabella Quadrangle (V-50) and Helen Planitia, Venus

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    Bleamaster, Leslie F., III

    2008-01-01

    (25-50 S, 180-210 E) is host to numerous coronae and small volcanic centers (paterae and shield fields), focused (Aditi and Sirona Dorsa) and distributed (penetrative north-south trending wrinkle ridges) contractional deformation, and radial and linear extensional structures, all of which contribute materials to and/or deform the expansive surrounding plains (Nsomeka and Wawalag Planitiae). Regional plains, which are a northern extension of regional plains mapped in the Barrymore Quadrangle V-59 [1], dominate the V-50 quadrangle. Previous mapping divided the regional plains into two members: regional plains, members a and b [2]. A re-evaluation of these members has determined that a continuous and consistent unit contact does not exist; however, the majority of this radar unit or surficial unit will still be displayed on the final map as a stipple pattern as it is a prevalent feature of the quadrangle. With minimal tessera or highland material, much of the quadrangle s oldest materials are plains units (the regional plains). Much of these plains are covered with small shield edifices that exhibit a variety of material contributions (or flows). In the northwest, several flows emerge and flow to the southeast from Diana-Dali Chasmata. Local corona- and mons-fed flows superpose the regional plains; however, earlier stages of volcano-tectonic centers marked by arcuate and radial structural elements, including terrain so heavily deformed that it takes on a new appearance, may have developed prior to or concurrently with the region plains. Northtrending deformation belts disrupt the central portion of the map area and wrinkle ridges parallel these larger belts. Isabella crater, in the northeastern quadrant, is highly asymmetric and displays two prominent ejecta blanket morphologies, which generally correlate with distance from the impact structure suggesting that ejecta block size or ejecta blanket thickness may be the cause. The crater floor is very dark and shows no direct connection with the large outflow to the south, which emphasizes the asymmetry observed. Isabella crater ejecta and outflow materials clearly postdate several small craters in the vicinity.

  8. Rattaretk 2010 - Kuidas elad, Vooremaa? / koostanud Vello Keppart ja Helen Arusoo

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    2010-01-01

    Eesti Roheline Liikumise MTÜ Roheliste rattaretked poolt 7.-9. mail 2010 korraldatava 21. rattaretke "Kuidas elad, Vooremaa?" teekonna ja vaatamisväärsuste tutvustus. Artiklit illustreerib retke kaart ja päevakava

  9. Tuulegeneraatori sündroom: infraheli mahavaikitud mõju / Sarah Laurie ; intervjueerinud Helen Arusoo

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    Laurie, Sarah

    2013-01-01

    Austraalia arst ja tuulegeneraatori sündroomi ohvreid abistava rahvusvahelise organisatsiooni Waubra Foundation tegevtirektor Sarah Laurie loodab saada tuulegeneraatori sündroomile meedikute tunnustuse

  10. Arsenic stability and mobilization in soil at an amenity grassland overlying chemical waste (St. Helens, UK)

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    Hartley, William [School of Biological and Earth Sciences, Liverpool John Moores University, Byrom Street, Liverpool L3 3AF (United Kingdom)], E-mail: w.hartley@ljmu.ac.uk; Dickinson, Nicholas M. [School of Biological and Earth Sciences, Liverpool John Moores University, Byrom Street, Liverpool L3 3AF (United Kingdom); Clemente, Rafael [Department of Soil and Water Conservation and Organic Waste Management, Centro de Edafologia y Biologia Aplicada del Segura, CSIC, Apartado 4195, 30080 Murcia (Spain); French, Christopher [School of Biological and Earth Sciences, Liverpool John Moores University, Byrom Street, Liverpool L3 3AF (United Kingdom); Piearce, Trevor G. [Biological Sciences Division, Lancaster Environment Centre, Lancaster University, Lancaster LA1 4YQ (United Kingdom); Sparke, Shaun; Lepp, Nicholas W. [School of Biological and Earth Sciences, Liverpool John Moores University, Byrom Street, Liverpool L3 3AF (United Kingdom)

    2009-03-15

    A 6.6 ha grassland, established on a former chemical waste site adjacent to a residential area, contains arsenic (As) in surface soil at concentrations 200 times higher than UK Soil Guideline Values. The site is not recognized as statutory contaminated land, partly on the assumption that mobility of the metalloid presents a negligible threat to human health, groundwater and ecological receptors. Evidence for this is evaluated, based on studies of the effect of organic (green waste compost) and inorganic (iron oxides, lime and phosphate) amendments on As fractionation, mobility, plant uptake and earthworm communities. Arsenic mobility in soil was low but significantly related to dissolved organic matter and phosphate, with immobilization associated with iron oxides. Plant uptake was low and there was little apparent impact on earthworms. The existing vegetation cover reduces re-entrainment of dust-blown particulates and pathways of As exposure via this route. Minimizing risks to receptors requires avoidance of soil exposure, and no compost or phosphate application. - Stabilization of alkali industry waste requires careful management to minimise soil arsenic mobilization and dispersal to the wider environment.

  11. Veeprojektidele tänavu 910 miljonit krooni ELi toetust / Helen Sulg

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    Sulg, Helen

    2010-01-01

    Keskkonnainvesteeringute keskus vahendab EL-i toetusi 17 meetme kaudu, veemajanduse infrastruktuuri meetme raames plaanitakse sel aastal EL-i toetust välja maksta 910 mln. krooni. Keskkonnaehituses on probleem hangete vaidlustamine ja toetuse saajate omafinantseeringu võimekus

  12. Was verbindet die "Livländische Sammlung" mit Livland? / Helen Kurss

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    Kurss, Helen

    2006-01-01

    Keskalamsaksakeelsest värssjutustusi ja luuletusi sisaldavast "Liivi kogust" Berliini Riigiraamatukogus. Uuritakse selle kogu tähtsust nii keskaegse saksa kirjanduse kui ka Liivimaa kirjandusajaloo kontekstis

  13. "SOCRATICS" AS ADDRESSES OF ISOCRATES’ EPIDEICTIC SPEECHES (Against the Sophists, Encomium of Helen, Busiris

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    Anna Usacheva

    2012-06-01

    Full Text Available This article analyses the three epideictic orations of Isocrates which are in themselves a precious testimony of the quality of intellectual life at the close of the fourth century before Christ. To this period belong also the Socratics who are generally seen as an important link between Socrates and Plato. The author of this article proposes a more productive approach to the study of Antisthenes, Euclid of Megara and other so-called Socratics, revealing them not as independent thinkers but rather as adherents of the sophistic school and also as teachers, thereby, including them among those who took part in the educative activity of their time

  14. Pingviin, kes surfab hapral jääl / Helen Teesalu

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    Teesalu, Helen

    2007-01-01

    Animakomöödia "Metsikud lained" ("Surf's Up") : režissöörid Ash Brannon, Chris Buck : Ameerika Ühendriigid 2007. Dubleeritud eesti keelde. Lisatud nimekiri nii originaali kui ka eestikeelse dublaazhi näitlejatest. dublaazhi režissöör Veiko Anvelt

  15. Elustades möödunud naeratusi / Toomas Volkmann ; intervjueerinud Helen Arak

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    Volkmann, Toomas, 1961-

    2010-01-01

    Näitleja, laulja, foto- ja kujunduskunstnik oma nägemusest retrostiilist sisekujunduses. Mullu sai ta oma tööde eest sisearhitektuuripreemia ja messil "Interjöör 2010" esitab retrostiilis elutoa

  16. Peeter Kreitzberg : võtame vaestelt lapsed ära! / Peeter Kreitzberg ; vahendas Helen Urbanik

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    Kreitzberg, Peeter, 1948-2011

    2001-01-01

    Intervjuu Keskerakonna presidendikandidaadi Peeter Kreitzbergiga : Peeter Kreitzbergi ettekanne konverentsil "Teine võimalus hariduses" sisaldas ettepanekut koguda probleemsete ja ebasoodsas keskkonnas elavate perekondade hooletusse jäetud lapsed riigi pansionidesse

  17. Peeter Kreitzberg : võtame vaestelt lapsed ära! / Peeter Kreitzberg ; interv. Helen Urbanik

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    Kreitzberg, Peeter, 1948-2011

    2001-01-01

    Endine haridusminister tuli märtsi keskel konverentsil "Teine võimalus hariduses" välja ettepanekuga, et lastele peaks koolis käimine olema kohustuslik 18. eluaastani, riigi pansionidesse ja internaatidesse tuleks panna need lapsed, kelle pered ei jaksa neid üleval pidada. Autori täiendus 3. mai Eesti Ekspressi kirjade rubriigis (lk. A6) pealkirja all: Pakkusin vanematele võimalust, mitte vaeste laste konfiskeerimist. Autor: Keskerakond. Parlamendisaadik

  18. Erakondade mõju naiste poliitikas osalemise võimalustele Eestis / Helen Biin

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    Biin, Helen

    2004-01-01

    2004. aasta aprillis-mais kaheksa Eesti erakonna võtmeisiku seas läbiviidud intervjuudest, millega uuriti suhtumist naiste poliitikas osalemisse. Skeem: Pippa Norrise kolmeastmeline poliitilise värbamise mudel

  19. Plant succession on the Mount St. Helens debris-avalanche deposit.

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    Virginia H. Dale; Daniel R. Campbell; Wendy M. Adams; Charles M. Crisafulli; Virginia I. Dains; Peter M. Frenzen; Robert F. Holland

    2005-01-01

    Debris avalanches occasionally occur with the partial collapse of a volcano, and their ecological impacts have been studied worldwide. Examples include Mt. Taranaki in New Zealand (Clarkson 1990), Ksudach in Russia (Grishin et al. 19961, the Ontake volcano in Japan (Nakashizuka et al. 1993), and Mount Katmai in the state of Alaska in the United States (Griggs 1918a,b,...

  20. Mount St. Helens, Washington Feasibility Report & Environmental Impact Statement. Volume 1: Main Report

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    1984-12-01

    2,869.52 1 4 • Pacific giant sa lama 1,309.51 1,482.90 B-13 AAHU Change 1 • 1 5 890.56 421.34 9.34 266.36 9.65 360.81 -615.23 -394.59 234.40...Elba Saffel Robert & Selma Bricknell Frank & Hope Taylor Mabel Kent Daisy Turner Mr. & Mrs. c. E. Whittle Mary Pease Joe & Martha Merly Irene

  1. Maja nagu kuupidest küla / Ene Läkk, Helen Urbanik

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    Läkk, Ene, 1957-

    2000-01-01

    Ühepereelamu Maastrichti lähedal. Projekti autorid Ettore Sottsass, Johanna Grawunder, arhitekt Oliver Layseca. Keskse siseõue ümber eraldiseisvaid kuupe ühendavad koridorid. Iga elutegevuse jaoks on omaette tsoon. Uksed peaaegu puuduvad. Sisekujunduses domineerib massiivne ja mahukas mööbel.

  2. JustFilm tegi PÖFFile tee vabaks / Helen Teesalu

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    Teesalu, Helen

    2006-01-01

    10. Pimedate Ööde Filmifestivali laste- ja noortefilmi festivali Just Film parima lastefilmi auhinna sai Taani "Me saame sellest üle", parim noortefilm oli Saksamaa "Pilv". Hispaania "Seitse neitsit" sai eriauhinna ja publiku lemmiktegelane oli Ahmed filmist "Tommy põrgu". Lisatud kommentaar peakorraldajalt Elen Lotmanilt

  3. Moele allub kõik / Herkki-Erich Merila ; interv. Helen Arusoo

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    Merila, Herkki-Erich, 1964-

    2001-01-01

    Fotograaf Herkki-Erich Merila räägib moefoto ajaloost, taustaks Saksa fotonäitus "Bildermode-Modebilder" Tallinna Kunstihoones. Näitus on retrospektiiv (1945-1995) Saksa moefotograafide loomingust, kuraator F. C. Gundlach

  4. Fenomen nimega Laibach - sel korral Bachi fuugasid ette kandmas / Helen Sildna

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    Sildna, Helen

    2009-01-01

    17. veebruaril Tallinnas Rock Cafes esinevast Sloveenia ansamblist, kes esineb J.S. Bachi fuugadel põhineva eksperimentaalteosega "LaibachKunstDerFuge"; kommenteerinud Tõnu Kaalep, Anders Melts, Mart Kalvet

  5. Eesti esimene leedi näitas Hispaanias kuninglikku klassi! / Helene Wait

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    Wait, Helene

    2007-01-01

    Fotoreportaaž president Toomas Hendrik Ilvese ja proua Evelin Ilvese riigivisiidist Hispaaniasse 8.-11.07.2007. Hispaania kuningas Juan Carlos ja kuninganna Sofia andsid Madridi kuningalossis Eesti presidendipaari auks õhtusöögi

  6. Psüühikahäiretega inimestele napib abi / Helen Eelrand

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    Eelrand, Helen, 1971-

    2004-01-01

    Eestlaste vaimne tervis muutub üha viletsamaks, arstiabi ei jätku piisavalt. Eesti-Rootsi suitsidoloogiainstituudi direktori Airi Värniku juhtimisel valmis Läänemaa õpilaste hirme ja muresid peegeldav uuring. Kommenteerib koolipsühholoog Lea Mets

  7. Lapsevanemad nõudsid riigikogult võrdset kohtlemist / Helen Eelrand

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    Eelrand, Helen, 1971-

    2003-01-01

    Vanemahüvitist käsitleva seaduseelnõu arutelust Riigikogu sotsiaalkomisjoni ning mittetulundusühingute ja lastekaitseorganisatsioonide esindajate osavõtul. Vt. samas: Uuring: vanemahüvitis beebibuumi ei too; Osa avaldusi sumbus irooniasse

  8. EPIKoja hariduskomisjoni tööst 2003. aastal / Helen Kask ; kommenteerinud Tiina Kivirand

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    Kask, Helen

    2012-01-01

    EPIKoja hariduskomisjoni töö tulemusel 2003. aastal leitud murekohad puuetega inimeste hariduses ning nende päevakohasust näitav Haridus- ja teadusministeeriumi üldharidusosakonna nõuniku Tiina Kiviranna kommentaar

  9. Mount St. Helens Project. Cowlitz River Levee Systems, 2009 Level of Flood Protection Update Summary

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    2010-02-04

    downstream end of the levee, by the City’s sewage treatment plant, was widened and raised after Corps construction in 1956. As shown in Photo 2.8a in...the character of the distribution of seepage exit gradient for underseepage problems. As described in Griffiths and Fenton (1998), the distribution...of the exit gradient is lognormal. Figure A-1 is a figure from the reference showing an example distribution. Griffiths and Fenton performed

  10. Puuetega naiste hääl olgu tugevam kui seni / Mare Abner ; intervjueerinud Helen Kask

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    Abner, Mare, 1946-

    2016-01-01

    Käesoleval suvel liitus EPIKoja katuse alla uus liikmesorganisatsioon – Eesti Puuetega Naiste Ühenduste Liit. Mis organisatsiooniga on tegemist ja kuidas ühingul läheb? Millised on puuetega naiste probleemid tänases Eestis ja kuidas neid muresid lahendada?

  11. "Forlagbranchen satser på de unges sprog" interview med Bent Fausing af Naj Helen Hertzum

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    Fausing, Bent

    2009-01-01

    Om afsmitningen af sms sprog på det almindelige sprog, samt afsmitningen af billedbeskeder og digitale fotostreams på Social Network Sites (Twitter, Facebook, Fælickr etc.) på æstetikken og kunsten i det hele taget.......Om afsmitningen af sms sprog på det almindelige sprog, samt afsmitningen af billedbeskeder og digitale fotostreams på Social Network Sites (Twitter, Facebook, Fælickr etc.) på æstetikken og kunsten i det hele taget....

  12. Tallinn - Beograd liinil / Vladimir J. Konečni ; intervjueerinud Helen Arusoo

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    Konečni, Vladimir J.

    2009-01-01

    Intervjuu serbia-austria-tšehhi päritolu kosmopoliidist poeedi, fotograafi ja näitekirjaniku, hariduselt psühholoogiga Vladimir J. Konečniga, kel kodu nii Beogradis, Amsterdamis, San Diegos Californias ja Tallinnas, ning kes võrdleb eestlaste elukeskkonda Kesk-Euroopa ja ookeanitagusega.

  13. Miks tõlkisite raamatu tuulegeneraatori sündroomist? / Hans Kuusiku ; intervjueerinud Helen Arusoo

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    Kuusiku, Hans

    2013-01-01

    Intervjuu müramõõtjana töötanud füüsikuga, kes tõlkis eesti keelde Nina Pierpont'i uurimuse Tuulegeneraatori sündroom, mida saab lugeda aadressilt http://www.windturbinesyndrome.com/img/WTS-estonian.pdf

  14. Aina enam tudengitest ettevõtjaid trügib turule / Helen Mihelson

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    Mihelson, Helen

    2012-01-01

    Õpingute kõrvalt ettevõtlusega tegelevatest üliõpilastest. Tartu ülikooli Pärnu kolledži üliõpilane Helery Homutov lõi firma EtnoRaal. Estonian Business Schooli üliõpilane Agnes Mägi lõi ettevõtte Fei

  15. Täiskasvanud, kes mängivad plastiliiniga / Helen Teesalu

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    Teesalu, Helen

    2008-01-01

    31. jaanuaril lõppes koostöös PÖFFi, Kinobussi ja Overall Eestiga korraldatud esimene veebifilmide festival "Lae üles!" Parimaks veebifilmiks kuulutas žürii Irina Tammise disainistuudio (veel Kadri Kuusk ja Marko Karja) animafilmi "Silver ja Viki". Tegijad räägivad filmi valmimisest. Lisatud teave veebifilmifestivali tulemuste kohta

  16. Helen Lauer African and Non-African Time, to Contrast or not to ...

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    Temporality in Intercultural Perspective”, presented scholarship elaborating this hypothesis: (i) there ... 3 For the sake of systematic analysis, it is necessary to bracket all but a few of the question begging ambiguities presumed by .... the present essay will show that the framing of these questions is problematic insofar as they.

  17. Eesti film võitis Inglismaal auhinna

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    2004-01-01

    Eesti režissöör Andri Luup, kes osales lühimängufilmide koostööprojektis inglastega "The Tyne Tallinn Digital Film Challenge-2003", sai oma inglise näitlejatega tehtud lühimängufilmi "Nimepanijad" eest inglise Royal Television Society autasu

  18. Andri Luubi film võitis Inglismaal auhinna

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    2004-01-01

    Eesti režissöör Andri Luup, kes osales lühimängufilmide koostööprojektis inglastega "The Tyne Tallinn Digital Film Challenge-2003", sai oma inglise näitlejatega tehtud lühimängufilmi "Nimepanijad" eest Royal Television Society autasu

  19. Briti teleauhind Andri Luubile

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    2004-01-01

    Eesti režissöör Andri Luup, kes osales lühimängufilmide koostööprojektis inglastega "The Tyne Tallinn Digital Film Challenge-2003", sai oma inglise näitlejatega tehtud lühimängufilmi "Nimepanijad" eest inglise Royal Television Society autasu

  20. Võtmetegija Balti riikide teadvustamisel maailmas / Tõnis Arnover

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    Arnover, Tõnis, 1952-

    2006-01-01

    Lennart Meri tegi taasiseseisvunud Eesti välisministri ja presidendina hindamatut tööd Vene vägede väljaviimiseks ning Eesti riigi esindamiseks ja tuntuks tegemisel. Vt. samas: Kadi Heinsalu. Legende Lennart Merist. Kommenteerivad Jose Manuel Barroso, Martti Ahtisaari, Paul Goble, Vaira Vike-Freiberga, Carl Bildt ja Valdas Adamkus

  1. Kopkad elamiseks : tudengite õppetoetus püsinud muutumatuna viis aastat / Signe Sillasoo, Katharina Toomemets

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    Sillasoo, Signe

    2007-01-01

    Tallinna Ülikooli 2. kursuse tudeng Heidi Grenzen tõdeb, et igakuiselt saadava 800 krooni eest ei ole üliõpilasel võimalik tasuda isegi ühiselamutoa eest. Ka Tartu Ülikooli tudeng Katrin Soolepp tõdeb, et õppetoetus pole äraelamiseks piisav. Esimese kursuse tudeng Elisabeth Heinsalu kinnitab sama

  2. Rahvus ja rahvuslus eesti tänases ajakirjanduses / Andres Ehin

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    Ehin, Andres, 1940-2011

    1996-01-01

    Sisu : 'Keel ja Kirjandus', 1996, nr. 10 (Paul Kokla art. 'Eesti keele ja kirjanduse väljavaated'); 'Luup', 1996, 28. okt. ('Lev Gumiljov : Eestlased on saavutanud praktilise surematuse'); 'Kadrioru Teataja' IV/1996; (Juri Surovtsevi art. 'Kordonite ja diviidideta') 'Akadeemia', 1996, nr. 10 (Jüri Alliku art. 'Hämmastav hüpotees teadvuse kohta')

  3. Andri Luubi film osutus Cottbusis avastuseks

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    Režissöör Andri Luup võitis filmiga "Kinnunen" Cottbusi Ida-Euroopa filmide festivali avastuse auhinna (Cottbus Discovery Award). Balti filmi- ja meediakooli tudeng Marianne Ostrat sai GWFF-nimelise talendiauhinna, mis anti õppereisi finantseerimiseks

  4. "Emmanuelle'i" staar sai võitu vähist, alkoholismist ja narkosõltuvusest / Triin Tael

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    Tael, Triin

    2006-01-01

    Hollandi päritolu näitlejanna Sylvia Kristel. Lisaks lühike meenutus "Kuidas "Emmanuelle" 80ndatel Eestisse tuli" ja kokkuvõte 1997. aastal ajakirjas Luup ilmunud intervjuust, intervjueerijaks Marianne Mikko : "Tulevane eurosaadik Mikko usutles Sylviat"

  5. "Mina olen tõeline viinapuu..." : allegooriline motiiv 15. sajandi vormiplaadil Pirita kloostrist / Helen Bome ; tõlk. Tiina Randviir

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    Bome, Helen, 1976-

    2007-01-01

    Pirita kloostrist pärinevatest miniatuurreljeefi fragmentidest, mis on ainsad säilinud näited hiliskeskaegsetest keraamilistest vormiplaatidest Eestis. Arutletakse vormiplaatide valikuprintsiipide, ikonograafia ja kasutusvõimaluste üle

  6. Orhan Pamuk: "Olen täielik grafomaan" / intervjueerinud Inna Ossiptšuk, Helen Geršman

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    Pamuk, Orhan, 1952-

    2014-01-01

    Intervjuu türgi kirjaniku ja nobelisti Orhan Pamukiga, kes sai konkursil Euroopa Aasta Muuseum 2014 oma romaani "Süütuse muuseum" ainetel avatud samanimelise muuseumi eest peaauhinna, ka eesti keelde tõlgitud romaanist "Must raamat"

  7. Cornelius Castoriadis: A Society Adrift. Interviews & Debates 1974-1997 (translated by Helen Arnold; New York: Fordham University Press, 2010

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    Birgir Guðmundsson

    2012-03-01

    Full Text Available Cornelius Castoriadis (1922-1997 was not only a powerful political thinker, economist, and psychoanalyst. He was also a militant activist, who in the late 1940s founded, along with Claude Lefort, “Socialisme ou Barbarie”, a French revolutionary group that had split from the Trotskyite Fourth International. Castoriadis and “Socialime ou Barbarie” were influential on the far left for two decades, although splits and disagreements among the group's members and followers characterized it.

  8. Successional change in phosphorus stoichiometry explains the inverse relationship between herbivory and lupin density on Mount St. Helens.

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    Jennifer L Apple

    Full Text Available BACKGROUND: The average nitrogen-to-phosphorus ratio (NratioP of insect herbivores is less than that of leaves, suggesting that P may mediate plant-insect interactions more often than appreciated. We investigated whether succession-related heterogeneity in N and P stoichiometry influences herbivore performance on N-fixing lupin (Lupinus lepidus colonizing primary successional volcanic surfaces, where the abundances of several specialist lepidopteran herbivores are inversely related to lupin density and are known to alter lupin colonization dynamics. We examined larval performance in response to leaf nutritional characteristics using gelechiid and pyralid leaf-tiers, and a noctuid leaf-cutter. METHODOLOGY/PRINCIPAL FINDINGS: We conducted four studies. First, growth of larvae raised on wild-collected leaves responded positively to leaf %P and negatively to leaf carbon (%C, but there was no effect of %N or quinolizidine alkaloids (QAs. Noctuid survival was also positively related to %P. Second, we raised gelechiid larvae on greenhouse-grown lupins with factorial manipulation of competitors and soil N and P. In the presence of competition, larval mass was highest at intermediate leaf NratioP and high %P. Third, survival of gelechiid larvae placed on lupins in high-density patches was greater when plant competitors were removed than on controls. Fourth, surveys of field-collected leaves in 2000, 2002, and 2003 indicated that both %P and %N were generally greater in plants from low-density areas. QAs in plants from low-density areas were equal to or higher than QAs in high-density areas. CONCLUSIONS/SIGNIFICANCE: Our results demonstrate that declines in lupin P content under competitive conditions are associated with decreased larval growth and survival sufficient to cause the observed negative relationship between herbivore abundance and host density. The results support the theoretical finding that declines in stoichiometric resource quality (caused here by succession have the potential to cause a decrease in consumer abundance despite very dense quantities of the resource.

  9. Successional Change in Phosphorus Stoichiometry Explains the Inverse Relationship between Herbivory and Lupin Density on Mount St. Helens

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    Apple, Jennifer L.; Wink, Michael; Wills, Shannon E.; Bishop, John G.

    2009-01-01

    Background The average nitrogen-to-phosphorus ratio (N∶P) of insect herbivores is less than that of leaves, suggesting that P may mediate plant-insect interactions more often than appreciated. We investigated whether succession-related heterogeneity in N and P stoichiometry influences herbivore performance on N-fixing lupin (Lupinus lepidus) colonizing primary successional volcanic surfaces, where the abundances of several specialist lepidopteran herbivores are inversely related to lupin density and are known to alter lupin colonization dynamics. We examined larval performance in response to leaf nutritional characteristics using gelechiid and pyralid leaf-tiers, and a noctuid leaf-cutter. Methodology/Principal Findings We conducted four studies. First, growth of larvae raised on wild-collected leaves responded positively to leaf %P and negatively to leaf carbon (%C), but there was no effect of %N or quinolizidine alkaloids (QAs). Noctuid survival was also positively related to %P. Second, we raised gelechiid larvae on greenhouse-grown lupins with factorial manipulation of competitors and soil N and P. In the presence of competition, larval mass was highest at intermediate leaf N∶P and high %P. Third, survival of gelechiid larvae placed on lupins in high-density patches was greater when plant competitors were removed than on controls. Fourth, surveys of field-collected leaves in 2000, 2002, and 2003 indicated that both %P and %N were generally greater in plants from low-density areas. QAs in plants from low-density areas were equal to or higher than QAs in high-density areas. Conclusions/Significance Our results demonstrate that declines in lupin P content under competitive conditions are associated with decreased larval growth and survival sufficient to cause the observed negative relationship between herbivore abundance and host density. The results support the theoretical finding that declines in stoichiometric resource quality (caused here by succession) have the potential to cause a decrease in consumer abundance despite very dense quantities of the resource. PMID:19907662

  10. Alessandro Galli: Kaitsealadest jääb väheks / Alessandro Galli ; usutles Helen Arusoo

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    Galli, Alessandro

    2010-01-01

    Intervjuu Bioloogilise mitmekesisuse konventsiooni 2010. aasta raporti ühe autoriga raporti tulemustest ning järgnevatest kohtumistest ja initsiatiividest liigirikkuse kaitsmisel Bioloogilise mitmekesisuse konventsiooni raames. Graafikud: Raporti kolm indikaatorit võrdluses. Maailma ökoloogiline jalajälg

  11. Etnograafiliste fotode loodusmõõtmest Kumu näituse taustal / Helen Sooväli

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    Sooväli, Helen

    2008-01-01

    Liina Siibi koostatud näitus "Reis maale. Etnograafilised tüübid fotos" Kumu Kunstimuuseumis. Samas: Liina Siib "Huvi kaduva talupojakultuuri vastu". Eestile geograafiliselt lähedaste piirkondade maaelu pildistamise sarnasused ja erinevused tulevad välja võrdluses samal ajal Lätis, Leedus, Soomes ja Rootsis ülesvõetuga.

  12. Statistika - noored söövad rahuga liha ja tahavad tasuta kõrgharidust / Helene Loonet

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    Loonet, Helene

    2011-01-01

    Maailma Noorsoo Uuringust 2011, mis uuris noorte elustiili, arvamusi ja tulevikunägemusi. Uuringuga on võimalik tutvuda: http://www.fondapol.org/wp-content/uploads/2011/04/2011-WORLD-YOUTHS-ESTONIA.pdf

  13. Nationalism, Immigration and the Dynamics of Language Evolution

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    Rocha, André Barreira da Silva

    2016-01-01

    I study the interplay between language competition and ideology struggle in a country where there is a native high-status language and a low-status language spoken by immigrants. Language transition is governed by a three-state model similar to the Minett-Wang (2008) and the Heinsalu et al. (2014) models. I introduce the novelty that, among natives, an ideological struggle exists between a group of nationalists and a group of pro-immigrants, thus a two-state model as in Abrams-Strogatz (2003). When bilingualism emerges as an equilibrium, there might be a completely segregated society with monolingual immigrants and monolingual nationalistic natives, thus an undesired outcome contrasting with the widespread literature. Removing ideology struggle, bilingualism is never stable, thus results in Heinsalu et al. (2014) are solely due to the way conversion rate constants are defined in their model. If language status is explicitly defined in the model, bilingualism becomes doomed in the long run.

  14. President Ilves andis teenetemärgid 268 inimesele

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    2008-01-01

    Maarjamaa Risti IV klassi teenetemärgi saab eesti kirjanduse tõlkija Kaisu Lahikainen, Valgetähe IV klassi ordeni saab kirjanik Mihhail Veller. Välja on toodud enim autasusid saanud inimesed, üks neist on kirjanik Lehte Heinsalu, kes sai 2001. aastal Valgetähe V klassi, 2002. aastal Riigivapi IV klassi ja 2006. aastal Riigivapi III klassi teenetemärgi

  15. Ülikooli kõrvale sobib paindlik töö / Laura Mallene

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    Mallene, Laura

    2008-01-01

    Tööturul tööjõupuuduse tõttu oodatud üliõpilastest ja kõrgkoolis õppimise kõrvalt töötamisest. Arvamust avaldab ka TLÜ rekreatsioonikorralduse tudeng ja kooli kõrvalt portjeena töötav O. Luup ning CVO Recruitment Estonia ärisuuna juht T. Raamat ja Eesti Üliõpilaskondade Liidu juhatuse esimees E. Veldre

  16. Home visit improves knowledge, self-care and adhesion in heart failure: randomized Clinical Trial HELEN-I Visita domiciliar mejora conocimiento, auto cuidado, adhesión en la insuficiencia cardíaca: Ensayo Clínico Aleatorizado HELEN - I Visita domiciliar melhora conhecimento, autocuidado e adesão na insuficiência cardíaca: ensaio clínico randomizado HELEN-I

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    2013-02-01

    Full Text Available OBJECTIVE: To verify the effect of an educative nursing intervention composed of home visits and phone calls on patients' knowledge about the disease, self-care and adhesion to the treatment. METHODS: Randomized clinical trial with patients with recent hospitalization caused by decompensated heart failure. There were two groups: the intervention group, which has received four home visits and four phone calls to reinforce the guidelines during six months of follow up; and the control group, which has received conventional follow up with no visits or phone calls. RESULTS: Two hundred patients were randomized (101 in the intervention group and 99 in the control group. After six months, a significant improvement was observed in self-care and knowledge about the disease in the intervention group (P=0.001 and POBJETIVO: Verificar el efecto de una intervención educativa de enfermería combinada de visita domiciliaria y contacto telefónico en pacientes con internación reciente por insuficiencia cardiaca descompensada, en el conocimiento de la enfermedad, las habilidades para el autocuidado y la adhesión al tratamiento comparado con el acompañamiento convencional de pacientes en el período de seis meses. MÉTODOS: Ensayo Clínico Aleatorizado en pacientes que fueron ingresados recientemente por insuficiencia cardiaca descompensada. El grupo intervención recibió cuatro visitas domiciliarias y cuatro contactos telefónicos para reforzar las orientaciones en seis meses de acompañamiento; el grupo control recibió acompañamiento convencional sin visitas y sin contactos telefónicos. RESULTADOS: Fueron aleatorizados doscientos pacientes (101: intervención y 99: control. Tras seis meses, se observó una mejoría significativa en el conocimiento y el autocuidado para el grupo intervención (P=0,001 y POBJETIVO: verificar o efeito de uma intervenção educativa de enfermagem combinada, caracterizada por visita domiciliar e contato telefônico, em pacientes com internação recente por insuficiência cardíaca descompensada, no conhecimento da doença, nas habilidades para o autocuidado e na adesão ao tratamento, comparado ao acompanhamento convencional de pacientes no período de seis meses. MÉTODOS: nsaio línico randomizado com pacientes que tiveram internação recente por insuficiência cardíaca descompensada. O grupo-intervenção recebeu quatro visitas domiciliares e quatro contatos telefônicos para reforço das orientações, em seis meses de acompanhamento; o grupo-controle recebeu acompanhamento convencional sem visitas e sem contatos telefônicos. RESULTADOS: duzentos pacientes foram randomizados (101: intervenção e 99: controle. Após seis meses, observou-se melhora significativa no conhecimento e autocuidado para o grupo-intervenção (p=0,001 e p<0,001, respectivamente; a adesão ao tratamento, aferida no final entre os grupos, foi significativamente maior no grupo-intervenção (p<0,001. CONCLUSÃO: a estratégia de visita domiciliar para pacientes que se internaram recentemente por insuficiência cardíaca descompensada foi efetiva na melhora dos desfechos avaliados, e sua implementação merece ser considerada no Brasil, visando-se evitar internações não planejadas. NCT-01213862

  17. Leibkondade ja perekondade koosseis Euroopa riikides rahvaloenduste andmetel = Composition of households and families in European countries according to the data of population censuses / Helen Paut

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    2005-01-01

    Euroopa Liidu Statistikaameti poolt avaldatud 21 Euroopa Liidu riigi andmetele tuginev ülevaade tavaleibkondade ning perekondade suurusest ja koosseisust Euroopa Liidu riikides. Diagrammid. Tabel. Graafik

  18. Euroopa inimõiguste konventsioon ja eraelu kaitse. Uuemad arengusuunad / Luzius Wildhaber, Oliver Diggelmann ; tõlkinud Madis Ernits, Helen Paliale

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    Wildhaber, Luzius

    2007-01-01

    Euroopa inimõiguste konventsiooni 8. artiklist, mis käsitleb eraelu kaitset. Ülevaade viimase kümne aasta kohtupraktikast, mis seostub isikuandmete kaitse, transseksuaalsuse, homoseksuaalsuse, eutanaasia ja katseklaasiviljastamisega, välismaalaste õigustega ja isiku kaitsega keskkonnareostuse eest

  19. What men really want: a qualitative investigation of men's health needs from the Halton and St Helens Primary Care Trust men's health promotion project.

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    Coles, Rebecca; Watkins, Francine; Swami, Viren; Jones, Susan; Woolf, Susan; Stanistreet, Debbi

    2010-11-01

    Although a number of recent health promotion interventions targeted at men have recognized the plurality of masculinities and adopted multifaceted approaches, in the main there continues to be a reliance on stereotypes of gendered behaviour that focus on hegemonic masculinities and a 'one-size-fits-all' approach to health care. The present study sought to overcome this limitation. The present study used a qualitative design, in which data were analysed using framework analysis. A total of 82 middle-aged and older men, in a socially deprived area of Britain, took part in focus groups about health promotion. Analysis of focus group transcripts revealed four key themes: (1) that the 'doing' of gender in relation to health must be seen as contingent and in constant flux; (2) that, despite stereotypes of typical behaviour, men were keen to engage with health care services; (3) that men felt there were a number of barriers to help seeking, but generally welcomed the opportunity to discuss their health care needs, and; (4) that they were keen to see the above themes translated into directed advertising and health information for men. These results have practical implications for the way in which health promotion interventions target men, which we discuss in conclusion.

  20. "Enne diskussiooni võta 100 g (40°-80°)!" : Gustav Naani kolm kirja Abe Liebmanile / Gustav Naan ; kommentaarinud Helen Lausma-Saar

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    Naan, Gustav, 1919-1994

    2012-01-01

    Kirjad pakuvad lisateavet selle kohta, kuidas kujunes marksistlik-leninlik-stalinlik Eesti ajaloo kontseptsioon. Annavad võimaluse heita pilgu Gustav Naani mõttemaailma ja ridade vahelt saab aimu Abe Liebmani rollist ajalooteaduse ümbermõtestamisel

  1. El subsuelo de la Torre del Pretorio: substructiones de tradición helenística bajo la sede del Concilium Prouinciae Hispaniae Citerioris (Tarraco

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    Serena Vinci, M.

    2014-12-01

    Full Text Available This paper presents the study of a complex architectonical area within the so-called provincial forum of Tarraco. The analysis of the architectonical stratigraphy and of the construction processes has been a fundamental tool to understand an area characterized by a complicated urban evolution, showing the development of the building project of such a vast construction as it is the provincial forum. Unfortunately, the absence of data provided by archaeological excavations limits the definition of a precise absolute chronology. The process of transforming the top of Tarraco’s hill into a monumental area started, according to historical and numismatic sources, during the Julio-Claudian era was completed in the Flavian one by ending this monumental complex distributed in three platforms. The area here analysed, placed close to the circus, belongs to a system of substructiones which commonly features those forum and sacred complexes organized in platforms at different levels.El artículo presenta el estudio de un área arquitectónicamente compleja, integrada dentro del denominado Foro Provincial de Tarraco. El análisis de la estratigrafía arquitectónica y de los procesos de construcción, ha representado un instrumento fundamental para la interpretación de un área caracterizada por una compleja evolución urbanística, poniendo en evidencia el desarrollo del proyecto constructivo de una obra de gran envergadura como la del Foro Provincial. Desafortunadamente, la ausencia de datos procedentes de las excavaciones arqueológicas, ha limitado la definición de una cronología absoluta exacta. El proceso de monumentalización de la cima de la colina tarraconense iniciado, según las fuentes históricas y numismáticas, en época julio-claudia, culminó en época Flavia con la finalización del complejo monumental distribuido en tres terrazas. El sector que se examina, situado junto al circo, se encuadra dentro de un sistema de substructiones que a menudo caracterizan los conjuntos forense y sacro organizados en terrazas.

  2. Intra-eruption Geologic Map from an X-band Radar Image During the May 18, 1980 Eruption of Mount St. Helens, Washington

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    Criswell, C. W.; Elston, W. B.

    1985-01-01

    The use of side-looking airborne radar images for geologic interpretations has increased with the Vesuvian exploration projects. Interpretation of images without ground truth relies on examples in terrestrial environments for which geologic data are available.

  3. [Lind tulemäe kohal : valik XX sajandi teise poole türgi luulet] / Helen Geršman

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    Geršman, Helen, 1981-

    2010-01-01

    Tutvustus: Lind tulemäe kohal : valik XX sajandi teise poole türgi luulet / türgi keelest tõlkinud Ly Seppel ja Andres Ehin ; koostanud Ly Seppel ; järelsõna: Andres Ehin. Tallinn : Kultuurileht, 2010. (Loomingu Raamatukogu, 1406-0515 ; 2010, 11)

  4. Jasper Sharp - mees, kes jättis varasema töö, et vaadata Jaapani filme / Jasper Sharp ; intervjueerinud Helen Merila

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    Sharp, Jasper, 1971-

    2011-01-01

    Euroopa kultuuripealinn Tallinn 2011 programmi osana ning koostöös Zipangu Fest'iga korraldatakse Tallinna Kinomajas 25.-28. aug.-ni Aasia sõltumatute filmide festival EVA - East via Asia. Festivali kuraator, veebisaidi Midnight Eye kaastoimetaja Jasper Sharp endast, festivalist, Jaapani sõltumatust kinost tänapäeval. Festivali kava

  5. Anatomy of the Clitoris: Revision and Clarifications about the Anatomical Terms for the Clitoris Proposed (without Scientific Bases) by Helen O'Connell, Emmanuele Jannini, and Odile Buisson

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    2011-01-01

    .... Clitoral bulbs, clitoral or clitoris-urethrovaginal complex, urethrovaginal space, periurethral glans, Halban's fascia erogenous zone, vaginal anterior fornix erogenous zone, genitosensory component...

  6. MOOC Blended learning ontwikkelen

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    Verjans, Steven

    2015-01-01

    Presentatie over het ontwerpen van leeractiviteiten (learning design) tijdens de zesde live sessie van de MOOC Blended learning ontwikkelen. Met gebruikmaking van presentatiematerialen van Diana Laurillard, Grainne Conole, Helen Beetham, Jos Fransen, Pieter Swager, Helen Keegan, Corinne Weisgerber.

  7. О школе жизни Хелене снят фильм / Кюлли Крийс

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    Крийс, Кюлли, 1961-

    2010-01-01

    Dokumentaalfilmide sarja "Eesti lood" osana valminud filmist "Helene elukool", mis räägib Maidla põhikooli loodusainete õpetaja Helene Urva esimesest õpetaja-aastast. Filmi režissöör on Liis Nimik

  8. "Kuninganna" Tallinnas / Andri Maimets

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    Maimets, Andri, 1979-

    2007-01-01

    Tänasest on Sõpruse kinos Stephen Frearsi mängufilm "Kuninganna" ("The Queen") : stsenarist Peter Morgan : kuninganna Elizabeth II kehastab Helen Mirren, peaminister Tony Blair'i Michael Sheen. Lisatud andmed Helen Mirreni kohta

  9. Riiklike tervishoiuprogrammide juhtimine narkomaania riikliku ennetamise programmi ja HIV/AIDSi riikliku ennetamise programmi näidetel : [bakalaureusetöö] / Helen Trelin ; Õigusinstituut ; juhendaja: Eduard Raska

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    Trelin, Helen

    2002-01-01

    Avalik sektor ja tänapäeva juhtimise põhimõtted, narkomaania ja HIV/AIDS riiklikud tervishoiuprogrammid, programmide juhtimine, alkoholismi ja narkomaania ennetamise programm 1997-2007, HIV/AIDS ennetamise riiklik programm 2002-2006

  10. Luxembourgi ja Strasbourgi kohtunike ametisse nimetamise protsessi võrdlus : kui sõltumatu on Euroopa kohtunik? : [teadusmagistritöö] / Helen Tralla ; Tartu Ülikool, õigusteaduskond ; juhendaja: Julia Laffranque

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    Tralla, Helen

    2010-01-01

    Euroopa kohtuniku ametisse nimetamise protsessist ja selle seosest kohtuvõimu sõltumatusega, kandidaadi valimise ja ülesseadmise protsessist riigisiseselt ja riigiüleselt. Tiitellehel aastaarv 2009

  11. Õiguse elule kaitse kolmandate isikute rünnakute vastu Euroopa inimõiguste ja põhivabaduste kaitse konventsiooni alusel : [bakalaureusetöö] / Helen Poolake ; Tartu Ülikooli Õigusinstituut ; juhendaja: Mart Susi

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    Poolake, Helen

    2007-01-01

    Õigus elule, selle regulatsioon Euroopas ja kohaldamine Eestis, kaitse põhimõtted ja sellest tulenevad riigi kohustused, materiaalne kaitse, probleemid õiguse elule tagamisel ja põhimõtted nende lahendamisel

  12. La educación griega y sus fuentes : aproximación a las épocas clásicas y helenísticas en Atenas

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    David Espinosa Espinosa

    2007-01-01

    Full Text Available La búsqueda de fuentes para el estudio de la educación griega, siglos v y IV a.C., ha revelado un amplio repertorio de trabajos a través de los cuales comprender el pensamiento pedagógico griego. La conformación del Estado ateniense, durante el siglo v a.C., constituyó el punto de partida de un gran movimiento educador, debiéndose realizar su investigación mediante el estudio y análisis de las fuentes literarias, arqueológicas y epigráficas.Search of sources for the study of the Greek education, in the 4th and 5th centuries B.C., has revealed a wide collection of papers across which understanding the pedagogic Greek thought. The shape of the Athenian State, during the 5th century B.C., constituted the beginning of a great educational movement. Its research must be realized by means of the study and analysis of the literary, archaeological and epigraphic evidences.

  13. Mechtild Oechsle, Helen Knauf, Christiane Maschetzke, Elke Rosowski: Abitur und was dann? Berufsorientierung und Lebensplanung junger Frauen und Männer und der Einfluss von Schule und Eltern. Wiesbaden: VS Verlag für Sozialwissenschaften 2009.

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    Annette Kliewer

    2010-01-01

    Full Text Available As the world of work changes, so too do the values of youth – young people can no longer assume that they will find a life-long career, and in the face of the threat of unemployment, the family becomes increasingly important. This has also complicated the process of career orientation: a career choice must not only correspond to the specifications of the working world, which continue to become less and less predictable and can change radically through the course of a person’s life. Instead, such a choice must also take important issues surrounding life planning into account. The question as to the (different approaches taken by girls and boys in this situation is central to the study at hand.

  14. A influência helenística na formação paulina e a expansão do cristianismo no século I

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    José Joaquim Pereira Melo

    2014-05-01

    Full Text Available A concepção de homem e de sociedade elaborada por Paulo de Tarso, referendada em Cristo, partiu dos ideais de Cristo, mas recebeu influências do contato entre a cultura hebraica e a cultura clássica, constituindo-se assim, contraditoriamente, elemento condutor de todo o processo educativo, na negação do referencial de homem grego e na construção do perfil de homem ideal que o cristianismo pretendia formar: O homem santo à semelhança de Cristo. As transformações ocorridas no pensamento filosófico greco-romano, a partir do helenismo, constituíram fator a favorecer as mudanças que se estabeleceram no mundo antigo e que influenciaram o nascimento da doutrina cristã.

  15. Mechtild Oechsle, Helen Knauf, Christiane Maschetzke, Elke Rosowski: Abitur und was dann? Berufsorientierung und Lebensplanung junger Frauen und Männer und der Einfluss von Schule und Eltern. Wiesbaden: VS Verlag für Sozialwissenschaften 2009. Mechtild Oechsle, Helen Knauf, Christiane Maschetzke, Elke Rosowski: Abitur und was dann? Berufsorientierung und Lebensplanung junger Frauen und Männer und der Einfluss von Schule und Eltern. Wiesbaden: VS Verlag für Sozialwissenschaften 2009.

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    Annette Kliewer

    2010-03-01

    Full Text Available As the world of work changes, so too do the values of youth – young people can no longer assume that they will find a life-long career, and in the face of the threat of unemployment, the family becomes increasingly important. This has also complicated the process of career orientation: a career choice must not only correspond to the specifications of the working world, which continue to become less and less predictable and can change radically through the course of a person’s life. Instead, such a choice must also take important issues surrounding life planning into account. The question as to the (different approaches taken by girls and boys in this situation is central to the study at hand.Mit der Veränderung der Arbeitswelt haben sich auch die Wertorientierungen von Jugendlichen verändert – sie können nicht mehr davon ausgehen, dass sie einen Beruf für das ganze Leben finden, und angesichts drohender Arbeitslosigkeit gewinnt die Familie an Bedeutung. Das hat auch die Berufsorientierungsprozesse verkompliziert: Die Berufswahl muss sich nicht nur an den Vorgaben der Arbeitswelt orientieren, die immer weniger einschätzbar sind und sich im Laufe des Lebens stark verändern können, sondern sie nimmt auch wichtige Fragen der Lebensplanung in den Blick. Die Frage nach dem (unterschiedlichen Umgang von Mädchen und Jungen mit dieser Situation steht im Mittelpunkt der vorliegenden Studie.

  16. Neivelt : olen vaba mees / Indrek Neivelt ; interv. Inno Tähismaa

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    Neivelt, Indrek, 1967-

    2005-01-01

    Hansapanga kauaaegne juht Indrek Neivelt põhjendab oma ametist lahkumist kui ühe etapi läbisaamist oma karjääris. Lisa: Hansapanga areng Neivelti juhtimisel. Vt. samas: Indrek Neivelt põhjendas eile oma ametist lahkumist uue ajastu algusega Hansapangas; Erkki Raasuke: teisi lahkujaid praegu pole; Peeter Raidla. Hansapank oli Neivelti esimene tõsine töökoht; Kadi Heinsalu. Hansapanga töötajaid tabas uudis Indrek Neivelti lahkumisest ootamatult; Lauri Matsulevitsh. Jüri Mõis: Indrek polnud hea käsutäitja; Annika Matson. Hansapanga väikeaktsionärid veetsid koosoleku mornis meeleolus; Swedbank otsustas Hansapanga dividendid salve jätta. Kommenteerivad: Andrus Ansip, Vahur Kraft, Edgar Savisaar, Meelis Milder, Kuldar Leis, Mihkel Oviir, Valdo Kalm, Joakim Helenius, Mati Jostov, Rein Kilk, Cardo Remmel, Urmas Sõõrumaa, Oliver Kruuda

  17. HST S WFPC2 DERIVED ASTROMETRY 2005 V1.0

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    National Aeronautics and Space Administration — This dataset contains astrometric data for fourteen Saturn satellites: Calypso, Dione, Enceladus, Epimetheus, Helene, Hyperion, Janus, Mimas, Pandora, Prometheus,...

  18. Pärleid vanapaberi hulgast : kohtumisi inimeste ja vanaraamatuga / Uno Schultz

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    Schultz, Uno, 1956-

    2010-01-01

    Bibliofiil Uno Schultzi vanaraamatute kogu kujunemisest ning inimestest, kellega haruldaste raamatute leidmisel kohtutud, sh Kyra Robertist, Voldemar Millerist, Trivimi Vellistest, Oskar Kuningast, Helene Kulpast, Erik Tederist jt.

  19. Design and Implementation of Microcontroller based Automated Air ...

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    Design and Implementation of Microcontroller based Automated Air Conditioning Control System for Refrigerator Truck. Frezer Getachew, Helen Nekatibeb, Samuel Workineh, Tesfaye Yitbarek, Yibeltal Gelaye, Taye Girma ...

  20. [Volcanoes: A Compilation of Four Articles Appearing in Issues of "Instructor,""Science and Children," and "Science Teacher" Magazines in September 1980 and March 1981.

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    San Mateo County Office of Education, Redwood City, CA. SMERC Information Center.

    This compilation of four journal articles (Instructor, September 1980; Science and Children, September 1980; and Science Teacher, September 1980 and March 1981) focuses on volcanoes, particularly Mount St. Helens in Oregon. The first article, "The Earth is Alive!" describes the eruptions of Mount St. Helens, provides basic information on…

  1. Browse Author Index

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    Stellenberg, Ethelwynn · Sterberg, Erna · Stern, Erin · Stevens, Marion · Stevens, Marion · Stewart, Aimee · Stinson, Kathryn · Stoneburner, Rand L · Stoneburner, Rand L · Stover, John · Strand, Cecilia · Strauss, Michael · Strebel, Anna · Struik, Paul C · Struthers, Helen · Struthers, Helen · Suguimoto, S. Pilar · Suleman, Fatima

  2. Tants / Eduard Tido, Janika Sarantshina ; interv. Mel Shiffer

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    Tido, Eduard

    2007-01-01

    Oma harrastusest räägivad hip-hop tantsijad Eduard Tido, Janika Sharantshina, Eva Ottas, show-tantsija Helen Randmäe, club freestyle autor Monika Tuvi, dance hall'i maaletooja Helen Lõhmus ja breikar Marek Vetik

  3. Eestlanna püüab murda da Vinci koodi / Sash Uusjärv

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    Uusjärv, Sash

    2010-01-01

    Kadrioru Kunstimuuseumis eksponeeri 5.-12. veebruarini 2010. a. Leonardo da Vinci arvatavat autoportreed. Portree leiti 2008. aastal ühest Lõuna-Itaalia erakogust ja graafiline disainer Helen Kokk valmistas maali järgi arvutimudeli. Disainer Helen Kokka mõtteid tööprotsessitst

  4. Writing a Condolence Note

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    ... Grief at Work Working Through Grief About Us Writing a Condolence Note By Helen Fitzgerald, CT Focusing ... to write an anniversary or birthday greeting. But writing a condolence note is something altogether different because, ...

  5. Алексий II 1929-2008

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    2008-01-01

    Aleksius II meenutavad: Kornelius, Tallinna ja kogu Eesti metropoliit ; Karin Jaani ; Marina Kaljurand ; Dmitri Medvedev, Venemaa president ; Helene Kamzol, Aleksius II sugulane ; Ain Seppik ; Vladimir Illjashevitsh ; Edgar Savisaar ; Jevgeni Tomberg ; Ene Ergma ; Toomas Hendrik Ilves, Eesti Vabariigi president

  6. 305---14Dec .indd [ final version].indd

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    2007-01-19

    breathing of life' and as 'Jesus' spirit'. Far more .... What mental turmoil and anxiety does any human face that is not ... Rudolf Bultmann was the eldest child of pastor Arthur Kennedy Bultmann and his wife. Helene Stern, born ...

  7. Linnateater avab saali matustega / Meelis Kapstas

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    Kapstas, Meelis, 1963-

    1999-01-01

    Tallinn Linnateatri ja Raadioteatri ühislavastus "Hall mees" Gill Adamsi näidendi järgi, lavastaja Eero Spriit, osades Helene Vannari ja Väino Laes, kunstnik Kustav - Agu Püüman. Esietendus 22. okt

  8. "Hall mees" Linnateatris / Triin Sinissaar

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    Sinissaar, Triin

    1999-01-01

    Tallinn Linnateatri ja Raadioteatri ühislavastus "Hall mees" Gill Adamsi näidendi järgi, lavastaja Eero Spriit, osades Helene Vannari ja Väino Laes, kunstnik Kustav - Agu Püüman. Esietendus 22. okt

  9. 75 FR 59184 - Proposed Flood Elevation Determinations

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    2010-09-27

    ... Helen Osteen Road to the north, Center Road to the west, Howland Boulevard to the south, and Austin... Deltona, Lake, Dupont Lake, Lake Butler, Howland Boulevard to Unincorporated Areas Louise Lake, and...

  10. "Gerontiuse unenägu" Estonias / Igor Garšnek

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    Garšnek, Igor, 1958-

    2010-01-01

    2. aprillil Estonia kontserdisaalis toimunud Edward Elgari oratooriumi "Gerontiuse unenägu" ettekandest, esitasid: ERSO, Estonia ooperikoor, Estonia poistekoor, kammerkoor Voces Musicales, Helen Lokuta, Bernhard Gärtner, Priit Volmer, dirigent Carlos Spiereri

  11. Medea’s Four Reasons

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    Marco Gemin

    2014-11-01

    Full Text Available The same motivations (eros, logos, bia, theos are attributed by Gorgias to Helen and by Euripides to Medea, which suggests the writers’ common intellectual ground, though the motivations are alternative in Gorgias, simultaneous in Euripides.

  12. Novel competition 2015 : clowns and schoolboys, not to mention a footballer in love / Kärt Hellerma

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    Hellerma, Kärt, 1956-

    2015-01-01

    Eesti Kirjanike Liidu korraldatud romaanivõistluse võitis Armin Kõomägi romaaniga "Lui Vutoon", 2. koha sai Märt Lauri "Lahustumine", 3. koha Jim Ashilevi "Kehade mets" ning 4. koha Helen Eelranna "Suluseis"

  13. Mati Undi teater revisited / Luule Epner

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    Epner, Luule, 1953-

    2009-01-01

    Teatrilavastuste taastamisest üldisemalt. Pikemalt festivali UNT! programmis etendunud Mati Undi lavastustest "Majahoidja", "Vaimude tund Jannseni tänaval", "Helene, Marion ja Felix", originaali ja taastatud variandi võrdlus

  14. AFRREV, 9(1), S/NO 36, JANUARY, 2015

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    EMILIA

    helen@yahoo.com. Phone: +2348033399024. Abstract. This study ..... in Science Education for re-validation. Kolb Learning Style Inventory has in-built validity and reliability being a universal accepted instrument. In the same vein, the Biology ...

  15. Eesti vinüülplaatide diskograafia 1954-2010 / Erik Morna

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    Morna, Erik, 1969-

    2012-01-01

    Arvustus: Eesti vinüülplaatide diskograafia 1954-2010 / koostajad: Katre Riisalu ... [jt.] ; tõlkija Helen Põldmäe ; toimetajad: Mari Sibul, Tiina Aasmann ; kujundaja Maile Tali. Tallinn : Eesti Rahvusraamatukogu, 2011.

  16. 78 FR 28237 - President's National Security Telecommunications Advisory Committee

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    2013-05-14

    ... SECURITY President's National Security Telecommunications Advisory Committee AGENCY: National Protection... Advisory Committee Meeting. SUMMARY: The President's National Security Telecommunications Advisory...-4941, Attn: Helen Jackson. Mail: Alternate Designated Federal Officer, National Security...

  17. Võrkpallurid on välismaal põhitegijad / Andres Kalvik

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    Kalvik, Andres, 1982-

    2007-01-01

    Piiritagustes klubides alustab hooaega üheksa Eesti võrkpallurit: Raimo Pajusalu ja Kert Toobal Belgias, Eerik Jago Itaalias, Sten Esna Prantsusmaal, Jaanus Nõmmsalu ja Pavel Kruzhajev Kreekas, Eivo Zhuravljov Küprosel, Katre Laanes ja Helen Suvanto Soomes

  18. Rahvuslikus stiilis lastetuba meeldis nii asjatundjatele kui ka publikule / Siret Mägi

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    Mägi, Siret

    2007-01-01

    Tallinna Mustika ostukeskuses kuulutati välja sisekujunduskonkursi "Rahvuslik tuba" võitjad. Parimaks tunnistati Eva Herrera, II koha pälvis Gudrun Vung ning III koha Helen Sarapuu ja Katrin Rooger

  19. 77 FR 19694 - National Register of Historic Places; Notification of Pending Nominations and Related Actions

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    2012-04-02

    ... NORTH CAROLINA Catawba County George, Lee & Helen, House, 16 9th Ave., NE., Hickory, 12000234 Davidson... District, Bounded by Wilson, Cauldwell, Kennette, Lutz, Messeck, & Catawba Aves., Smith & Bruce, Sts...

  20. African Journal of Neurological Sciences - 2009 Vol. 28 No 1

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    African Journal of Neurological Sciences. 2009 - Vol. 28, No 1. CLINICAL STUDIES / ETUDES CLINIQUES. OPHTHALMIC MANIFESTATIONS IN PATIENTS WITH INTRACRANIAL TUMOURS. MANIFESTATIONS OPHTALMIQUES LORS DE TUMEURS INTRACRÂNIENNES. ONAKPOYA Oluwatoyin Helen 1. KOMOLAFE ...

  1. Journal of Development and Communication Studies: Editorial ...

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    Centre for Governance and Diplomatic Studies, Catholic University of Malawi, Chiradzulo, Malawi. Dr Lynette Steenveld. School of Journalism, Rhodes University, Grahamstown 6140, South Africa. Dr Helen Hambly Odame. School of Environmental Design and Rural Development, University of Guelph, Guelph, Canada.

  2. Kinost, koolikottidest ja pähklipuremisest / Anu Carlsson

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    Carlsson, Anu

    2009-01-01

    Võõrkeeleõpetusest ja selle mitmekesisest metoodikast ning õpetamise psühholoogiast. Ajendatud Helen Metsa artiklist "Saksa keel, pearaha ja lõõgastusharidus" (Eesti Päevaleht, 25.09.2009, lk. 4-5)

  3. Täna avatakse kolm näitust naistest ja meestest / A.R

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    A.R

    2005-01-01

    Tallinna Linnagaleriis Kristin Kalamehe fotonäitus "Mehed", Moskva kohvikus Laura Kallasvee ja Grimmsistersi (Helen Ehandi, Kaire Hendrikson, Maarja Sild) ühisnäitus "She has really long legs", Hobusepea galeriis Alice Kase joonistuste näitus

  4. Ruumieksperiment nimega Arhitektuurikatel = A spatial experiment called Arhitektuurikatel (Architecture Hub) / Artur Ümar, Tõnu Laigu

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    Ümar, Artur

    2014-01-01

    Arhitektuurikatel Tallinnas Põhja puiesteel. Arhitektuur: Tõnu Laigu, Koit Ojaliiv (QP Arhitektid), võistlusel osalesid ka Helen Rebane ja Triinu Silla. Sisearhitektuur: Andres Labi, Janno Roos (Ruumilabor). Valmimisaasta: 2013

  5. Sõnarevolutsiooni kangelased tulevad klubina taas kokku / Ragne Jõerand ; kommenteerinud Heinz Valk

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    Jõerand, Ragne, 1970-

    2014-01-01

    Rahvarinde muuseumi juhataja Helen Lausma-Saare üleskutsel luuakse muuseumi juurde Rahvarinde klubi, mille eesmärgiks on koguda materjale, anda edasi infot ja kirjutada artikleid Rahvarinde tegevusest

  6. 21. X avati Kaunase kunstibiennaal "Textile 2005"

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    2005-01-01

    Eestist osalevad Mare Kelpmann, Marika Kööbi, Aet Ollisaar, Kadi Pajupuu, Ludmilla Svarzhevska, Hanna Tiidus, Helen Kauksi, Krista Leesi, Aune Taamal, Erika Tammpere, Milvi Thalheim ja Erle Võsa-Tangsoo

  7. Elizabeth II üle Diana ja Tony / Kristiina Davidjants

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    Davidjants, Kristiina, 1974-

    2007-01-01

    Stephen Frearsi mängufilm "Kuninganna" ("The Queen") : stsenarist Peter Morgan : kuninganna Elizabeth II kehastab Helen Mirren peaminister Tony Blair'i Michael Sheen: Suurbritannia - Ameerika Ühendriigid - Itaalia 2006

  8. The Case for a Federal Mental Health Transition Fund/La nécessitéd'un fonds de transition fédéral pour la santémentale

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    Alain Lesage; Roger Bland; Ian Musgrave; Egon Jonsson; Mike Kirby; Helen-Maria Vasiliadis

    2017-01-01

    ...)5, and Helen-Maria Vasiliadis, PhD6 1 Centre de recherche Fernand-Seguin, Institut universitaire en sante mentale de Montreal, Montreal, Quebec 2 Department of Psychiatry, University of Alberta, Edmonton, Alberta 3 St...

  9. Resenha: Power, Interdependence and Nonstate Actors in World Politics

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    Katiuscia Moreno Galhera Espósito

    2011-10-01

    Full Text Available Resenha do livro: Moravcsik, Andrew; Milner, Helen V. (org.. Power, Interdependence and Nonstate Actors in World Politics. New Jersey: Princeton University Press, 2009. ISBN 978-0-691-14027-8

  10. Starõi brjuzga bõl prav

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    2007-01-01

    Stephen Frearsi mängufilm "Kuninganna" ("The Queen") : stsenarist Peter Morgan : kuninganna Elizabeth II kehastab Helen Mirren, peaminister Tony Blair'i Michael Sheen : Suurbritannia, 2006. Filmisituatsioonide võrdlus reaalse poliitilise olukorraga

  11. "Nimed marmortahvlil 2" ootab tegemist / Mihkel Raud

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    Raud, Mihkel, 1969-

    2006-01-01

    Stephen Frearsi mängufilm "Kuninganna" ("The Queen") : stsenarist Peter Morgan : kuninganna Elizabeth II kehastab Helen Mirren : Suurbritannia - Ameerika Ühendriigid - Itaalia 2006. Irooniline vihje teha ka Eestis poliitilise eliidi lepitamiseks rahvaga esimestest melodramaatilisi filme

  12. sexual dimorphism and genetic correlations

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    Claude Moreteau, Helene Legout and Brigitte Moreteau. J. Genet. 90, 295–302. Table 1. Correlations between wing and thorax length at the within (n = 420) and between line level (n = 30). Temperature. Within line. Between line. ◦. C. Female.

  13. Death at the Worksite: Helping Grieving Family Members

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    ... Us Death at the Worksite: Helping Grieving Family Members By Helen Fitzgerald, CT Introduction With heart disease ... more comfortably to bereaved co-workers and family members. Acquaint Yourself with the Process of Grief To ...

  14. Naisfotograafid, kes avavad meie silmad / Katie Breen

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    Breen, Katie

    2008-01-01

    Fotograafid Ami Vitale, Helene David, Stephanie Sinclair, Lauren Greenfield, Deirdre Brennan, Veronique de Viguerie, Christine Spengler pildistavad võõraid kultuure Aafrikas, Alaskal, Afganistanis, Iraagis. 9 fotot. Portreefotod fotograafidest

  15. Ajalooga aiad ja moodne harmoonia / Urmas Grishakov

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    Grišakov, Urmas, 1942-2013

    2007-01-01

    IT-firmade tehnopargist City West Business Campus (maastikulahendus: Martin Halliman), Saint Fiachari aiast, maastikuplaneerija William Robinsoni aiast, eraaiast Dublini eeslinnas Foxrockis (maastikuaednik Damian Keane), Helen Dilloni aiast Sandyford Roadil ja Killruddery lossipargist (1682) Iirimaal

  16. Fantastiline näidisprojekt : brooching it diplomatically ehk ebatavaline diplomaatia / Tiina Käesel

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    Käesel, Tiina, 1943-

    1999-01-01

    27. veebr.-28. märtsini 1999 on Tallinnas Tarbekunstimuuseumis avatud rändnäitus 'Ehted Madeleine Albrightile', mille koostas ameerika galerist ja kollektsionäär Helen Drutt. Üksikute ehete kirjeldus

  17. Esseevõistluse võitis vene keele oskus / Eldin Kuuse

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    Kuuse, Eldin

    2007-01-01

    Teemal "Miks ma sõidaksin Moskvasse vene keelt õppima?" parimad kirjutajad olid Helen Tikk, Karolin Sepp, Rauno Näksi, Kaidi Raidla, Vivian Meiusi ja Silja Treialt, esseed kirjutati rahvusvahelise vene keele aasta puhul vene keeles

  18. Moodne nädal Tallinnas

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    2007-01-01

    Moenädala FIBIT (Fashion Is Back In Tallinn) Viru Keskuses ja Kristiine Keskuses 8.03.-11.03.2007. Kristiine Keskuses tutuvustatakse Gerly Tinni, Jevgeni Fokini ja Lilli Jahilo loomingut, etenduste lavastaja Helen Sirp

  19. Therapeutic equivalence study of two formulations (innovator v ...

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    Therapeutic equivalence study of two formulations (innovator v. generic) of beclomethasone dipropionate in adult asthmatic patients. Haylene Nell, Charlene M. Louw, Helen Cyster, Zelda Williams, Philip G. Bardin, James R. Joubert ...

  20. Tecnologías en los márgenes: antropología, mundos materiales y técnicas en América Latina, de Piergiorgio di Giminiani, Sergio González Varela y Helene Risor (Coords.

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    Julián Antonio Moraga Riquelme

    2016-05-01

    Full Text Available Los artefactos, tecnologías, cosas, técnicas, materiales y materialidades son los aspectos visibles de la reciente publicación titulada Tecnologías en los márgenes. Esta nos lleva por diferentes aristas de un asunto que la antropología -y algunas áreas afines como la arqueología- ha tratado desde su inicio, a saber, tratar la clásica pregunta sobre la distinción entre personas y cosas. Sin embargo, a diferencia de los abordajes funcionalistas, deterministas y simbólicos, este libro nos lleva a lo largo de sus capítulos etnográficos por los caminos trazados por la antropología contemporánea. Este libro puede considerarse una pieza hipercúbica imprescindible que esboza varios caminos alternativos a la aproximación contemporánea imperante en las ciencias sociales de habla hispana (p.ej., estudios de las ciencias y las tecnologías o el Actor-Network Theory.

  1. Review of Unsettling Space: Contestations in Contemporary Australian Theatre. By Joanne Tompkins. London: Palgrave, 2006; Unstable Ground: Performance and the Politics of Place. Edited by GayMcAuley, Brussels: P.I.E. Peter Lang, 2006; and, Performance and Cosmopolitics: Cross-Cultural Transactions in Australian Theatre. By Helen Gilbert and Jacqueline Lo. London: Palgrave, 2007.

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    Fensham, R.

    2008-01-01

    This trio of new books focuses on how space and place inform understandings of performance, although they are concerned more with cultural geography than with abstract spatial semiotics. Arguably, the dominant concern of representation in postcolonial nations, such as Australia, becomes geography – shared, and yet contested. Indeed, Romeo Castellucci, in a personal conversation, once claimed that ‘the concept of geography, the richness of space’, could lead to another mode of making theatre i...

  2. Training May Affect Primary Care Staff Access to the Biomedical Electronic Evidence Base. A review of: Doney, Liz, Helen Barlow, and Joe West. “Use of Libraries and Electronic Information Resources by Primary Care Staff: Outcomes from a Survey.” Health Information and Libraries Journal 22.3 (September 2005: 182-188.

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    Marcy L. Brown

    2006-03-01

    Full Text Available Objective – To assess use of existing local libraries, the Internet, and biomedical databases by primary care staff prior to implementation of the Primary Care Knowledge Management Projects. Additionally, to assess the need to train primary care staff to use the Internet and biomedical databases. Design – Cross‐sectional postal questionnaire survey. Setting – Nottingham and Rotherham, two cities in the Trent region of the UK. Subjects – Questionnaires were analyzed from 243 general practitioners, practice nurses, and practice managers in four Nottingham primary care trusts as well as practices in the Rotherham Health Authority area. Methods – Questionnaires and cover letters were sent between May 2001 and February 2002. To encourage response, a postage‐paid envelope was enclosed. A total of 709 questionnaires were sent in Nottingham, and 169 were returned for a response rate of 24%. In Rotherham, 179 questionnaires were sent and 61 returned, for a 34% response rate. Thirteen responses from a May 2001 pilot in Rotherham were also included in the data analysis. Survey questions included a variety of formats, including tick boxes and open‐ended questions. Data was entered into an Access database and analysis was performed using Stata software. Main results – Reported use of libraries was low overall, with only 30% of respondents claiming to have used library facilities. However, there was significant variation among professional groups. Practice nurses (PNs had significantly higher usage of libraries than general practitioners (GPs and practice managers (P Conclusion – Based on the results of this admittedly small study, additional training is needed – and desired – by primary care staff in both Nottingham and Rotherham. Developing and offering training in Internet searching and evaluation as well as use of the biomedical databases is one important way in which libraries can build partnerships with primary care practitioners. This will also enable added numbers of primary care staff to access and use the clinical evidence knowledge base. Additional studies are needed to identify and overcome barriers to training.

  3. Women's Work in Pictures; The Countryside in Pictures; Childhood in Pictures Helen Bate Women's Work in Pictures; The Countryside in Pictures; Childhood in Pictures Pictures to Share 32 £15.00 each 0 9553940 23;0 9553940 15;0 9553940 07 0955394023 0955394015 0955394007 [Formula: see text].

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    2007-05-01

    These books are rather beautiful, with a photograph or other image on each page and a quotation from literature. Their intention is to provide enjoyment for people who are finding ordinary books, magazines and television too complex and confusing. The large bold text allows the books to be used by people with some visual impairment. Such a person might enjoy sitting quietly turning the pages. They are so lovely that I don't want to part with my review copies and put them, as I should, in our library.

  4. Ascetismo, gênero e poder no Baixo Império Romano: Paládio de Helenópolis e o status das devotas cristãs Asceticism, gender and power in the Late Roman Empire: Palladius and the status of the holy women

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    Gilvan Ventura da Silva

    2007-01-01

    ... no âmbito das suas comunidades locais em comparação aos homens divinos cristãos do Baixo Império.The several kinds of female asceticism observed in the Roman Empire during the first three centuries A.D...

  5. Advances(?) in mitigating volcano hazards in Latin America

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    Hall, M.L.

    1991-01-01

    The 1980's were incredible years for volcanology. As a consequence of the Mount St. Helens and other eruptions, major advances in our understanding of volcanic processes and eruption dynamics were made. the decade also witnessed the greatest death toll caused by volcanism since 1902. Following Mount St. Helens, awareness of volcano hazards increased throughout the world; however, in Latin America, subsequent events showed that much was still to be learned. 

  6. Environmental Impact Statement. Small Intercontinental Ballistic Missile Program. Malmstrom Air Force Base, Montana

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    1987-12-01

    Representatives Honorable Larry Grindle Honorable Helen G. O’Connell Montana House of Representatives Montana House of Representatives Honorable Hal...Bill Jones Doug & Nancy Dear Robert F. Jorgensen, Jr. Gordon Dellwo Ed & Ruoy Kammerer Ronald W. Denzer John Kammerer Sue Dickenson Charley & Sally...Torgerson Stephen O’Brien David Treadway Jerry O’Connell Helen Trebesch Rowan Ogden Mitch Tropila David Oien Tim Troy Barbara Osbourne James R. Tucker

  7. Selected Works: 1990-1994

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    Hilterbrick, Mike Newsom, and Charley Hall. My personal staff: Topsy Taylor, Betty Isaacs, Bev Griese- mer, Bob Otto, Scott Gration, Denny Eakle, and...to his headquarters at Ramstein, where I ran into Ed and Karen Eberhart, Shelly Lustig, John Paul Hyde, Max Bralliar, Janice Gowens, and Helen Gregory...Al: 271, 286 Gorillas: 234–35 Gowens, Janice: 337 Grace Commission: 256 Grant, Rebecca: 336 Gration, Scott: 336 Gregory, Helen : 337 Grenada: 94

  8. Tratado Sobre os gigantes, de Fílon de Alexandria: apresentação, tradução, notas

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    César Motta Rios

    2008-01-01

    A importância da obra de Fílon de Alexandria ainda hoje é múltipla e real inclusive para o judaísmo. Conforme observado por David Runia (RUNIA, 1990, p. 185-186), seu estudo é válido para qualquer um que se interesse por literatura judaico-­helenística, judaísmo do segundo templo, Novo Testamento, patrística e gnosticismo, cultura helenística e filosofia grega.

  9. OSA (Optical Society of America) Proceedings on Short Wavelength Coherent Radiation: Generation and Applications Held in North Falmouth, Massachusetts on 26-29 September 1988. Volume 2

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    graduate students cells (Helen Lane cervical cancer cells), of the X-Ray Laser Project whose names, as authors, appear in the accompany papers; by...and 5- 1 transitions, which are normalized by their oscillation strengths. Careful absorption was paid to rule out the effect of reabsorption ...image of replica of bela cells (Helen Lane cervical cancer cell). COMPOSITE X-RAY LASER MICROSCOPE (COXRALM) Flexible Connection to X-Ray Laser

  10. History Revaluated

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    2017-01-01

    This is a book report on the book Revaluing British Boys’ Story Papers written by Helen A. Fairlie in 2014. The book Revaluing British Boys’ Story Papers, 1918–1939 presents a bright example of the successful application of various theoretical approaches in a case study of children’s literature. Helen A. Fairlie focuses on revaluation of boys’ story papers published in Britain in the period from 1918 to 1939.

  11. International Forum for AIDS Research (IFAR)

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    Disease Control University of Miami Helene Gayle, MD, MPH Donald Henderson, MD, MPH Ford Foundation The Johns Hopkins University Christina Cueva , MA...MD my of Sciences Beth LP. Ungar, MD 2101 Constitution Avenue, N.W. World Bank Washington, DC 20418 Mead Over, PhD Tel: (202) 334-2348 Rodolfo Bulatao...Centers for Disease Control Ronald St. John Helene Gayle Walter Reed ArmyLstitute ofoResearch Ford Foundation Donald Butke Christina Cuevas Beth Ungar

  12. Social outcomes due to the interplay between language competition and ideology struggle

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    Barreira da Silva Rocha, André

    2018-02-01

    I study the interplay between language competition and ideology struggle in a country where there are two competing languages. Language transition is governed by a three-state model similar to Minett-Wang (2008) and Heinsalu et al. (2014). In this class of models, I further assume that among monolinguals of one of the competing languages there is an ideology struggle between assimilationist individuals who accept to deal with foreign language speakers and nationalist individuals who oppose any form of foreign culture. Ideology transition follows a two-state model as in Abrams-Strogatz (2003). Depending on both ideology and language status, the possible equilibria show that when nationalism is introduced in the language competition model, complete assimilation might take place and one language disappears with the entire population becoming monolingual. On the other hand, when bilingualism emerges, it is associated with a segregated society with a bilingual group surviving in the long run together with an isolated monolingual group entirely composed of nationalist individuals. Another kind of segregation might also emerge in the equilibrium, in which two monolingual groups survive in the long run, one of them entirely composed of nationalists. In the latter case, both linguistic segregation and isolation are the negative social outcomes of ideology struggle.

  13. Proposed stratotype for the base of the highest Cambrian stage at the first appearance datum of Cordylodus andresi, Lawson Cove section, Utah, USA

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    Miller, J.F.; Ethington, Raymond L.; Evans, K.R.; Holmer, L.E.; Loch, James D.; Popov, L.E.; Repetski, J.E.; Ripperdan, R.L.; Taylor, John F.

    2006-01-01

    We propose a candidate for the Global Standard Stratotype-section and Point (GSSP) for the base of the highest stage of the Furongian Series of the Cambrian System. The section is at Lawson Cove in the Ibex area of Millard County, Utah, USA. The marker horizon is the first appearance datum (FAD) of the conodont Cordylodus andresi Viira et Sergeyeva in Kaljo et al. [Kaljo, D., Borovko, N., Heinsalu, H., Khazanovich, K., Mens, K., Popov, L., Sergeyeva, S., Sobolevskaya, R., Viira, V., 1986. The Cambrian-Ordovician boundary in the Baltic-Ladoga clint area (North Estonia and Leningrad Region, USSR). Eesti NSV Teaduste Akadeemia Toimetised. Geologia 35, 97-108]. At this section and elsewhere this horizon also is the FAD of the trilobite Eurekia apopsis (Winston et Nicholls, 1967). This conodont characterizes the base of the Cordylodus proavus Zone, which has been recognized in many parts of the world. This trilobite characterizes the base of the Eurekia apopsis Zone, which has been recognized in many parts of North America. The proposed boundary is 46.7 m above the base of the Lava Dam Member of the Notch Peak Formation at the Lawson Cove section. Brachiopods, sequence stratigraphy, and carbon-isotope geochemistry are other tools that characterize this horizon and allow it to be recognized in other areas. ?? 2006 Nanjing Institute of Geology and Palaeontology, CAS.

  14. Students and Graduates Learn Library Educational Content from Interactive Multimedia Tutorials. A review of: Markey, Karen, Annie Armstrong, Sandy De Groote, Michael Fosmire, Laura Fuderer, Kelly Garrett, Helen Georgas, Linda Sharp, Cheri Smith, Michael Spaly, and JoniE. Warner. “Testing the Effectiveness of Interactive Multimedia for Library‐User Education.” portal: Libraries & the Academy 5.4 (Oct. 2005: 527‐54

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    2006-12-01

    Full Text Available Objective –To demonstrate the effectiveness of interactive multimedia tutorials in delivering library educational content, and to evaluate librarian experiences of developing multimedia tutorials, both aspart of the LUMENS (Drabenstott project.Design – User study (questionnaire and interviews using pretest‐posttest design.Setting – Four academic libraries in the United States. One library dropped out during the course of the project.Subjects – Ninety university students from the University of Illinois Chicago (UIC, Purdue University, and the University of Notre Dame participated in the main study to evaluate three of the tutorials: “Doing research an introduction to the concepts of online searching,” “How to read a scientificp aper,” and “Hungry for information?” Another group of 15 subjects from UIC, consisting of 10 graduate students, 2 faculty, 2 librarians, and one fellow, assessed a fourth tutorial “Keeping current in your field.” Librarians were interviewed about their experiences producing the interactive multimedia tutorials.Methods – The 90 students were given a pretest containing questions about library educational content and five demographic questions. The students used the multimedia tutorial for 15‐30 minutes and immediately afterward were given a posttest containing comparable questions to the pretest in terms of content and difficulty. The students were also asked to rate their experiences of using the tutorials in various ways on a scale from 0‐10. At UIC, the experiences of the subjects using the multimedia tutorial were assessed by personal interviews. Librarians producing the multimedia tutorials were asked about their experiences of developing multimedia tutorials through e‐mail, listserv discussion, phone calls, and face‐to‐face personal and group interviews.Main results – All three libraries measured a significant increase (using a one sample t test, p75% of students were familiar with tutorial content before start. Despite this, most of the students found the tutorials useful and enjoyable, and the majority were fairly likely to recommend the tutorial to a friend. Interviews with subjects at UIC revealed similar experiences, except that the subjects were less familiar with the tutorial content at the beginning, and they were more likely to return to the tutorial for a refresher. The tutorial with the highest amount of interactivity was the most popular. The librarians found it difficult to find time to learn Macromedia Flash and to work within the LUMENS project generally. Eight out of 15 librarians remained with the project over the entire period.Conclusion – Students learned library educational content by using multimedia tutorials and seemed to enjoy the experience, and educational librarians should lead multi‐expert project teams in tutorial production. Finally, the educational value of multimedia tutorials must be offset from the time and effort needed to produce them.

  15. 100th International Women’s Day Celebrated at CERN

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    2011-01-01

    In celebration of the 100th year of International Women’s Day on 8 March, a special colloquium looking at high energy physics from a gender studies perspective was held at CERN.   Addressing a packed conference room, Helene Goetschel, a visiting gender studies researcher from Uppsala University, gave a presentation on a subject unfamiliar to most physicists: sociology. And more specifically, on the findings of gender researchers examining the field of high energy physics. “It was heartening to see so many CERN physicists interested in hearing how sociologists and historians see their community,” said Helene. “Examining our personal issues with gender is difficult, and I applaud anyone who takes an interest in the subject.” Helene Goetschel began her academic career in high-energy physics, but encountered a 'glass ceiling' in her work. In 1990, she decided to change the focus of her studies to the history of science – specifically looking ...

  16. Tratado Sobre os gigantes, de Fílon de Alexandria: apresentação, tradução, notas

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    2008-03-01

    Full Text Available A importância da obra de Fílon de Alexandria ainda hoje é múltipla e real inclusive para o judaísmo. Conforme observado por David Runia (RUNIA, 1990, p. 185-186, seu estudo é válido para qualquer um que se interesse por literatura judaico-­helenística, judaísmo do segundo templo, Novo Testamento, patrística e gnosticismo, cultura helenística e filosofia grega.

  17. 78 FR 61390 - Notice of Determinations Regarding Eligibility To Apply for Worker Adjustment Assistance

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    ... Department. 82,921 Staples, Inc., Human Resources Framingham, MA...... July 18, 2012. Services Division, BTHR......... August 1, 2012. Addison Group and Robert Half Accounting. 82,980 Sunrise Medical, Labor Max Staffing... date 82,959 Global Resource Services LLC....... Darrington, WA...... 83,013 Graymont St. Helens, OR...

  18. Ehted ja diplomaatia / Heie Treier

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    1999-01-01

    USA poliitiku Madeleine K. Albrighti ehtestrateegiast lähtuva kujundusega ehete näitus "Ehted ja diplomaatia" Tarbekunstimuuseumis 28. märtsini. Idee autor USA galerist ja kollektsionäär Helen Drutt. M. K. Albright kannab näituse fotol hollandi ehtekunstniku Gijs Bakkeri Vabadussamba pea kujulist prossi

  19. Darshana Jolts

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    No planet or star, as far as we know, has any knowledge of us humans as we have of them. Double Stars: ... The technical name for the star is 61 Cygni. 5. For details, see Helen .... principle of dissolution. 10. Sir Norman Lockyer, The meteoritic hypothesis: a statement of the results of a spectroscopic inquiry into the origin.

  20. Tallinna Ülikooli keskaja keskus

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    18. X 2005 asutatud TLÜ ajaloo instituudi keskaja keskusest. Uurimisvaldkonnad: ajalugu, kunstiajalugu, arheoloogia, teoloogia, kirjanduslugu. Asutajaliikmed: Kersti Markus (keskuse juhataja), Helen Bome, Anu Mänd, Ivar Leimus, Marek Tamm, Inna Põltsam-Jürjo, Tiina Kala, Linda Kaljundi, Juhan Kreem, Marika Mägi, Priit Raudkivi, Anti Selart

  1. First world war: 'The first big test of professional nursing'.

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    Trueland, Jennifer

    2017-08-16

    When Helen Fairchild, a young nurse in Pennsylvania, volunteered to take her skills to Europe in the first world war, she was glad to go but felt sorry for her mother. 'If she would only not worry so much', she wrote to her brother Ned.

  2. Grassroots Indicators for Desertification: Experience and ...

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    Book cover Grassroots Indicators for Desertification: Experience and Perspectives from Eastern and Southern Africa. Editor(s):. Helen Hambly and ... And, as two sides of the same coin, "knowledge sharing" and "power sharing" lie at the root of many development problems, including drought and desertification. But what of ...

  3. Araabia keeles on 1 + 1 alati 2 / Raivo Kaer

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    2016-01-01

    Sisaldab tutvustust: Kätlin Hommik-Mrabte. Araabia keele vestmik-sõnastik. Ka araabia keele õppest Tallinna ülikoolis, kus seda on võimalik eraldi erialana õppida. Arabistika eriala õpetavad TLÜ-s professor Otto Jastrow ja lektor Helen Geršman

  4. 23. IV avati EKA galeriis projekti "Network Baltic" laureaatide graafikanäitus

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    Rahvusvahelise kunstiprojekti "Network Baltic - a new dimension" algatas Grafikenshus Rootsis Mariefredis, Eestist osaleb EKA graafikaosakond, kuraator - Enno Ootsing. Näitusel esinevad Kevin Lytsen Taanist, Kaija Kesa Soomest, internetikonkursil ära märgitud Helen Tago ja Eveli Varik

  5. The Women’s Army Corps: 1945-1978

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    1990-01-01

    director of the Women Marines; Helen Hayes, actress; Sarah G. Blanding, president of Vassar College; Lillian Gilbreth , engineer; and Beatrice G. Gould...81 Gia Ray, 250 consolidated WAC/male training, 98, Gibson, Lt. Col. Gwen, 355n 145, 364 Gibson, Sgt. Ist Cl. Gwendolyn, 342n draft, 92 Gilbreth

  6. What’s Sexual Violence Got to do with the Economy? The case of the DRC

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    S. Cruz (Serena); H.M. Hintjens (Helen)

    2015-01-01

    markdownabstractIn this paper, Serena Cruz and Helen Hintjens propose that in the Democratic Republic of Congo the unholy alliance of economic interests, forced labour, sexual predation, and killings that King Leopold of Belgium established from 1884 onwards resulted in structures of predatory,

  7. South African Medical Journal - Vol 86, No 10 (1996)

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    Care of HIV-infected adults at Baragwanath Hospital, Soweto · EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT DOWNLOAD FULL TEXT DOWNLOAD FULL TEXT. Anthony W. A. Kinghom, Tennyson C. M. Lee, Alan S. Karstaedt, Brenda Khuonane, Helen Schneider, 1484-1489 ...

  8. Care of HIV-infected adults at Baragwanath Hospital, Soweto

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    Anthony W. A. Kinghom, Tennyson C. M. Lee,. Alan S. Karstaedt, Brenda Khuonane, Helen. Schneider. Objective. To provide a detailed breakdown of clinical presentations and management of outpatients with HIV. and associated costs, in order to inform clinical practice, health service planning and projections of the costs ...

  9. Wallinger Veneetsiasse / Maria-Kristiina Soomre

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    2000-01-01

    Suurbritannia esindaja Veneetsia biennaalil on Mark Wallinger, kelle loomingu ülevaatenäitus on Tate Liverpoolis, tööde väljapanek Londonis Rahvuslikus Kunstiraamatukogus (koos Richard Longi ja Helen Chadwickiga). Wallingeri poliitiline ja terav kunst on põhjustanud kriitikat tema Veneetsiasse saatmise suhtes.

  10. The South African Surgical Outcomes Study: a seven-day ...

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    S Veeren, C Von Creytz, J Wagner and J Yogeswaram. Dr George Mukhari Hospital. DR Bhagwandass, SLLK Dlamini, A Fourie, A Goolam Mahomed,. J Joseph, N Kumar, TC Maganyane, MZ Koto** and SR Motilall. Helen Joseph. G Cavedon,** K Fisher, H Jahrani, R Maja, J Malumalu, E Semenya and N Zondi. Kalafong.

  11. Discovery: Triangle Inequality Revisited

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    de Mestre, Neville

    2016-01-01

    As outlined in the paper "The 20 Matchstick Triangle Challenge: An Activity to Foster Reasoning and Problem Solving" by Pat Graham and Helen Chick [EJ1093090], an incredibly useful set of information about the mathematical ability of your students will be revealed. You can look at the way your students try to solve the 20 matchsticks…

  12. Helenistic Encomium: A Reflection on Comics and Rhetoric

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    Helms, Jason

    2009-01-01

    This video reflection starts in a presentation on comics at the Thomas R. Watson Conference last October, which prompted the author to explore the etymology of cosmos and comos through an alternate reading of Gorgias' "Encomium of Helen". The author then works with comos, as revelry, to offer thoughts on comics as a form of multimodal composition…

  13. The Implications of Legal Reform in the Nigeria Power Sector

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    Doi: http://dx.doi.org/10.4314/afrrev.v10i3.18. The Implications of Legal Reform in the Nigeria Power Sector. Onyi-Ogelle, Helen Obioma. Faculty of Law. Nnamdi ... through the application of law and its overall benefits to the economic, social and ..... The current reforms target gas utilization for electricity supply in Nigeria.

  14. African Journal of AIDS Research - Vol 8, No 2 (2009)

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    Fostering children affected by AIDS in Richards Bay, South Africa: a qualitative study of grandparents' experiences · EMAIL FULL TEXT EMAIL FULL TEXT · DOWNLOAD FULL TEXT DOWNLOAD FULL TEXT. Evalyne Nyasani, Erna Sterberg, Helen Smith. http://dx.doi.org/10.2989/AJAR.2009.8.2.6.858 ...

  15. Structural Analysis of Communication Development.

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    Conville, Richard L.

    This paper discusses the question of the legitimacy of applying structural analysis to actual human behavior and illustrates its legitimacy by using the reasoning in an essay by Paul Ricoeur. It then asks if the principles of communication development (obliqueness, exchange, and dying) derived from Helen Keller's experience of communication…

  16. From neurotic guilt to existential guilt as grief: the road to interiority, agency, and compassion through mourning. Part II.

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    Kavaler-Adler, Susan

    2006-12-01

    This study is a continuation of an article that was published in the previous issue of The American Journal of Psychoanalysis (Volume 66, Number 3, September 2006). The case of Helen is illustrated in terms of the analysand's developmental mourning, countertransference, interiority, antilibidinal ego, and transformation of aggression into self-agency.

  17. Tropical Cyclone Report, 1990.

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    1990-01-01

    BRENDAN BOBBIE COLLEEN CECIL CAITLIN CHUCK DAN DOT DOUG DEANNA ELSIE ED ELLIE ELI FORREST FLO FRED FAYE GAY GENE GLADYS GARY HUNT HATTIE HARRY HELEN...tence and Climatology) ACFT Aircraft COSM or HR Hour(s) COSMOS Cyclops Objective Steering ADP Automated Data Processing Model Output Statistics ICAO

  18. Browse Title Index

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    Items 101 - 150 of 259 ... Vol 23, No 1 (2017), Factors associated with and prevalence of depressive features amongst older adults in an urban city in eastern China, Abstract PDF. Ping Shao ... Vol 22, No 1 (2016), Inpatient management of borderline personality disorder at Helen Joseph Hospital, Johannesburg, Abstract PDF.

  19. How Sex Attitudes Develop

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    Arnstein, Helene S.

    1976-01-01

    Excerpt from "The Roots of Love" (Helene S. Arnstein, 1975). Book is concerned with feelings that are part of child's developmental stages. Included in excerpt are: genital self-discovery, masturbation, discovery of sex differences, and birth fantasies. Stresses importance of parent's feelings which are communicated to child.

  20. Theatre, Education and Performance

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    Nicholson, Helen

    2011-01-01

    In the first conceptual overview of current practices and debates in theatre education, Helen Nicholson explores the contribution that professional theatre practitioners make to the education of young people. She maps the environments in which theatre and learning meet, and looks at how the educational concerns and artistic inventiveness of people…

  1. Täna kell 17 avatakse EKA galeriis rahvusvaheline kunstiprojekt Network Baltic

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    2002. a. alguse saanud kunstiprojekti, mille eesmärk on noore graafika toetamine ja arendamine, käivitaja oli Rootsi graafikakeskus Grafikens Hus, kaasorganisaatorid Helsingi, Trondheimi, Eesti ja Varssavi kunstiakadeemia. Teised projektis osalejad. Projekti kunstiline juht Anders Krueger. Selgitati välja iga maa laureaat (Eestist Kaija Kesa) ja kaks auhinnasaajat (Eestist Helen Tago ja Eveli Varik)

  2. Kuidas saavad erivajadusega tudengid ülikoolis hakkama?

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    2010-01-01

    Erivajadusega tudengid Helen Bokmann ja Merlin Püss Tallinna Ülikoolist, Airika Pening, Pavel Kadõkov ja Triin Pihlak Tartu Ülikoolist ning Veronika Šeršunovitš Tallinna Tehnikaülikoolist räägivad oma ülikooliõpingutest ja ülikoolis hakkamasaamisest

  3. Snooze... or Lose!: 10 "No-War" Ways to Improve Your Teen's Sleep Habits

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    Emsellem, Helene A.

    2006-01-01

    Walk into any first-period high school classroom and it's obvious: teenagers are exhausted. Sleep deprivation is an epidemic as widespread as obesity-and just as damaging. Fortunately, science has answers and Dr. Helene Emsellem has solutions that all parents can use. Affecting the lives of more than 41 million adolescents in the United…

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    Brettschneider, Helene. Vol 50, No 1 (2015) - Articles Evidence of a contact zone between two Rhabdomys dilectus (Rodentia: Muridae) mitotypes in Gauteng province, South Africa Abstract · Vol 51, No 1 (2016) - Articles DNA barcoding for identification of cryptic species in the field and existing museum collections: a case ...

  5. "Translated, It Is: …"--An Ethics of Transreading

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    Zhang, Huiwen

    2014-01-01

    Inspired by Friedrich Nietzsche's idea of philology and William Gass's concept of transreading, Huiwen (Helen) Zhang employs "transreader" to suggest the integration of four roles in one: reader, translator, writer, and scholar. "Transreader" recognizes that close reading, literary translation, creative writing, and…

  6. Kolmanda raamatu kiituseks / Peeter Olesk

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    2009-01-01

    Tutvustus: Isaacson, Walter. Einstein : tema elu ja universum / tõlkinud Matti Piirimaa. Tallinn : Eesti Raamat, 2009; Fortey, Jacqueline. Kuulsad teadlased (Silmaring) / tõlkinud Ülle Haav ja Helen Haav. Tallinn : Koolibri, 2009; Vaim ja aeg (Lehed ja tähed : looduse ja teaduse aastaraamat, 5) / koostanud Indrek Rohtmets ja Toomas Kukk. Tallinn : Loodusajakiri, 2009

  7. Parima romaani kirjutas Esta Aksli

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    Kirjastuse Tänapäev romaanivõistluse võitis Esta Aksli romaaniga "Ane", teise koha sai Ave Ojaste romaan "Võõra õue peal", kolmandaks tuli Helen Eelrand romaaniga "Me veel näeme". Žürii märkis ära Bert Liivese, Pia Pajuri ja Helju Petsi romaanid

  8. Meurthe River Crossing Conducted by Seventh Army, VI Corps, 3rd Infantry Division: Offensive, Deliberate Attack, River Crossing, November 1944

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    1984-06-22

    assembled in training areas south of RAMBERVILLES, with its 1st Battalion, Regimental Headquarters, and special units in and near ST* HELENE , and...fired. At 150Q hro enemy began • setting fire to buildings on Ruo Stanislaus^ and Ruo ST. Charley . At 2000 hra V Ruo dos Trois Villos

  9. Dual Army Couples and Their Impact on Readiness

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    1990-04-02

    Responsibilities. Monterey: Naval Postgraduate School, May 1979. 5. Marino, Charley Jr.,LTC, Sole Parents and Their Impact on Readinass. Carlisle Barracks: U.S... Helen Mixed Company: Women in the Modern Prmy. New York: G.P. Putnam’s Sons, 1981. 8. Rustad, Michael Women in Khaki. New York: Praeger Publishers

  10. Military Families with Handicapped Children: The Reassignment Problem

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    1981-02-01

    Charley (206) 593-8783 Director of Special Education Souris Valley Special Services Mr. Mal Greene Board of Education Building Special Education...I.S.D. Box 100 Helen S. Gustafson (Mrs. Robert K.) Wolfforth, TX 79382 Fort Bragg Schools (806) 866-4400 P. 0. Box 70089 Fort Bragg, NC 28307

  11. Joint Contingency Contracting

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    2005-06-01

    parents, Ellsworth K. Johnson, Jr. and Helen E. Johnson, for their lifelong love and support. Mom, thanks for always being there when I needed you...Hurricanes Charley , Jeanne and Andrew are examples of domestic disaster emergency relief. 2. Phases of Contingency Contracting Contingency

  12. A Sense of Story: Essays on Contemporary Writers for Children.

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    Townsend, John Rowe

    This is an introduction to the work of 19 contemporary English-language writers for children. It consists of critical essays on the works of Joan Aiken, L. M. Boston, H. F. Brinsmead, John Christopher, Helen Cresswell, Meindert DeJong, Eleanor Estes, Paula Fox, Leon Garfield, Alan Garner, Madeleine L'Engle, William Mayne, Andre Norton, Scott…

  13. Horses: An Introduction to Horses: Racing, Ranching, and Riding for Blind and Physically Handicapped Individuals.

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    Cylke, Frank Kurt, Ed.

    This annotated bibliography of materials focuses on horses, racing, ranching, and riding. Two articles are presented in full. They are: "Diary of a Blind Horseman: Confidence Springs from a Horse Named Sun" (Richard Vice and Steve Stone) and "Young Rider: Her Horses Show the Way" (Helen Mason). Each article tells the true story…

  14. College and University Governance: The University of Virginia Governing Board's Attempt to Remove the President

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    American Association of University Professors, 2013

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    The report documents a major breakdown in governance at UVA, focusing on the role of the board of visitors and its rector, Helen Dragas, who initiated the effort to force the president's resignation. It finds that the events at the university resulted from "a failure by those charged with institutional oversight to understand the institution…

  15. Valuing the Place of Young People with Learning Disabilities in the Arts

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    Goddard, Jennifer

    2015-01-01

    Methodologies of embodied learning, radical pedagogies and applied drama offer a lens through which to investigate the empowerment of young people with learning disabilities in Northern Ireland, thus counteracting more traditional, disempowering methods. According to Helen Nicholson, the "participatory, dialogic and dialectic qualities as…

  16. Photonics Research and Technology Insertion

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    2015-06-05

    Objective:¿ Develop a compact neutron detection system that does not use rare 3He gas, but instead uses thin films of enriched lithium or lithium ...dogs. B.4 Thermal Neutron Detector Using Lithium Film in an Optical Time-Projection-Chamber Task Leaders: Steven Ahlen, Helen Fawcett

  17. Improving women's lives in Cambodia through fish on farms | CRDI ...

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    10 juil. 2014 ... In Cambodia, rural diets typically lack protein and micronutrients, leading to high rates of stunting in children and anemia in women. Since 1998, Helen Keller International (HKI) has supported women in homestead-level production of nutrient-rich fruits, vegetables, and animal source foods. In 2012, rearing ...

  18. Kuressaare vanalinna hoonete väärtuslike detailide inventariseerimine / Lilian Hansar

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    Hansar, Lilian, 1949-

    2007-01-01

    Eesti Kunstiakadeemia restaureerimise eriala üliõpilased Madis Tuuder ja Helen Kallaste inventeerisid 2006. a. Kuressaare vanalinnas umbes 100 hoone väärtuslikke detaile. Iga maja kohta koostati kaust säilitamist väärivate detailide loetelu, kirjelduse ja fotodega, mis saadeti ka maja omanikele. Toodud saatesõnad

  19. South Asia | Page 97 | IDRC - International Development Research ...

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    In Cambodia, rural diets typically lack protein and micronutrients, leading to high rates of stunting in children and anemia in women. Since 1998, Helen Keller International (HKI) has supported women in homestead-level production of nutrient-rich fruits, vegetables, and animal source foods. In 2012, rearing of small and ...

  20. Extrême-Orient | Page 92 | CRDI - Centre de recherches pour le ...

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    In Cambodia, rural diets typically lack protein and micronutrients, leading to high rates of stunting in children and anemia in women. Since 1998, Helen Keller International (HKI) has supported women in homestead-level production of nutrient-rich fruits, vegetables, and animal source foods. In 2012, rearing of small and ...

  1. Zaman Talukder: Empowering women through food security | IDRC ...

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    2015-03-23

    Mar 23, 2015 ... An agriculture, food security, and nutrition expert based in Cambodia, Zaman Talukder, has been providing technical support to the Enhanced Homestead Food Production (EHFP) program at Helen Keller International. Zaman is working to integrate mixed species aquaculture in Africa and Asia.

  2. 78 FR 21151 - Boise White Paper, LLC, A Subsidiary of Boise Paper Holdings, LLC, Including On-Site Leased...

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    2013-04-09

    ... Employment and Training Administration Boise White Paper, LLC, A Subsidiary of Boise Paper Holdings, LLC... Electric, Mitech, and Anne Elisabeth Elsey, St. Helens, OR; Boise White Paper, LLC, A Subsidiary of Boise Paper Holdings, LLC, Vancouver, WA; Amended Certification Regarding Eligibility To Apply for Worker...

  3. Professor Gerhard Rägo nimelised medalid tema 115. sünniaastal / Tiit Lepmann

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    Lepmann, Tiit, 1949-

    2012-01-01

    Tänavused medalisaajad: Mare-Lee Hamer - Nõo Reallgümnaasiumi matemaatikaõpetaja ; Ülle Hüva - Tartu Hugo Treffneri Gümnaasiumi matemaatikaõpetaja ; Helen Kaasik - Tallinna Reaalkooli matemaatikaõpetaja ; Ellen Redi - Tallinna Ülikooli matemaatika-loodusteaduskonna dotsent ; Tiia Toobal - Pärnu Koidula Gümnaasiumi matemaatikaõpetaja

  4. 76 FR 4870 - Taking and Importing Marine Mammals; U.S. Navy Training in the Southern California Range Complex

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    2011-01-27

    ... required that the Navy update the ICMP Plan to reflect development in three areas, specifically: (1... for marine species monitoring, which may reflect monitoring differences in some Navy training areas..., 2011. Helen M. Golde, Deputy Director, Office of Protected Resources, National Marine Fisheries Service...

  5. Nora ehk elu võimalikkusest naisena perekonnas, teatris ja kapitalismis / Anneli Saro

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    Saro, Anneli, 1968-

    2008-01-01

    Naistegelasest teatrist järgnevate lavastuste põhjal: Helen Rekkori lavastusest "Nora/Maja" Henrik Ibseni "Nukumaja" järgi Ugala teatris ja Elfriede Jelineki "Mis juhtus pärast seda, kui Nora oma mehe maha oli jätnud ehk Ühiskondade toed" Von Krahli Teatris, lavastaja Rainer Sarnet

  6. New Trends in Electronic Publishing and Electronic Libraries. Publications of Essen University Library 6. Essen Symposium (Essen, West Germany, August 29-31, 1983).

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    Helal, Ahmed H., Ed.; Weiss, Joachim W., Ed.

    This symposium examined issues in the planning, development, and implementation of library automation and the effects of electronic publishing. The following presentations are included in this collection: (1) "Will There Be Electronic Anarchy?" (Helen Henderson); (2) "Ergonomics in the Electronic Era" (Andrew Torok); (3)…

  7. CHRONIC DEVELOPMENTAL LEAD EXPOSURE REDUCES NEUROGENESIS IN ADULT HIPPOCAMPUS.

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    CHRONIC DEVELOPMENTAL LEAD EXPOSURE REDUCES NEUROGENESIS IN ADULT HIPPOCAMPUS. ME Gilbert1, ME Kelly2, S. Salant3, T Shafer1, J Goodman3 1Neurotoxicology Div, US EPA, RTP, NC, 27711, 2Children's Hospital, Philadelphia, PA, 19104, 3Helen Hayes Hospital, Haverstraw, NY, 10993. ...

  8. Food and feeding habits of Oreochromis mossambicus (peters) in ...

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    (peters) in hypertrophic Hartbeespoort Danl,. South Africa. F.C. de Moor, R.C. Wilkinson and Helene M. Herbst. National Institute for Water Research, CSIR, Pretoria. The diet of 745 Oreochromis mossambicus (Peters) of less than 0,5 up to 2000 9 wet mass, in Hartbeespoort Dam, was determined from stomach content ...

  9. Noorte sisearhitektide leiutised Tallinna Disainigaleriis / Karen Jagodin

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    Jagodin, Karen, 1982-

    2005-01-01

    Eesti Kunstiakadeemia 2005. a. lõpetanud sisearhitektide diplomitööde väljapanekust Tallinnas Disaini- ja Arhitektuurigaleriis juunis 2005. Linda Anstali, Elo Liina Kaivo, Helen Rebase, Maris Kerge, Mari Tosmini, Triinu Kuub'i, Kaarel Künnapu, Kard Männili, Kärt Kukkuri, Karmen Vettiku ja Galina Burnakova diplomitöödest

  10. Prof dr Pasquale Pistone soovitab direktiive vahetult kohaldada / Pasquale Pistone ; interv. Erki Uustalu

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    Pistone, Pasquale

    2005-01-01

    Intervjuu Salerno Ülikooli teaduskonna dotsendiga, kes õpetas Eesti ametnikele Euroopa Kohtu pretsedendiõigust otseste maksude valdkonnas. Lisatud kommentaarid: Reimer, Ekkehart. Euroopa maksutaeva tõusev täht ; Uustalu, Erki. Särav isiksus, suurepärane suhtleja ; Pahapill Helen. Väljapaistev õigusteadlane ja hinnatud õppejõud. Lisatud ka Pasquale Pristone elulugu

  11. Pan African Medical Journal - Vol 1, No 1 (2008)

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    Landry Tsague, Sinata S Koulla, Alain Kenfak, Charles Kouanfack, Mathurin Tejiokem, Therese Abong, Madeleine Mbangue, Yacouba Njankouo Mapoure, Claudine Essomba, Jembia Mosoko, Regis Pouillot, Louis Menyeng, Helene Epee, Carno Tchuani, Anne Cecile Zoung-Kanyi, Lucienne Assumpta Bella, Leopold ...

  12. Determinants of retention in care in an antiretroviral therapy (ART ...

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    Landry Tsague, Sinata S Koulla, Alain Kenfak, Charles Kouanfack, Mathurin Tejiokem, Therese Abong, Madeleine Mbangue, Yacouba Njankouo Mapoure, Claudine Essomba, Jembia Mosoko, Regis Pouillot, Louis Menyeng, Helene Epee, Carno Tchuani, Anne Cecile Zoung-Kanyi, Lucienne Assumpta Bella, Leopold ...

  13. "Zombievõluri" võlumine / Marianne Ostrat

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    Ostrat, Marianne

    2007-01-01

    10. Pimedate Ööde Filmifestivali käigus tehti telefoniga Nokia N93 mobiilifilm "Zombievõlur" : stsenarist Jim Ashilevi : režissöör Birgit Demidova : operaator Christian Johannes Kask : produtsent Helen Tootsi : peaosalised Beatrice ja Bert Pringi. Filmitegijad jutustavad filmi saamisloost. Lisatud Nokia turundusjuhi Ülle Rohtla ja PÖFFi tegevjuhi Kristo Tohveri kommentaarid

  14. Pöffihunt kutsub kinno

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    2010-01-01

    19.11.-5.12.2010 kestva Pimedate Ööde Filmifestivali alafestivalidest. Vestlusest noorte- ja lastefilmide festivali Just Film juhi Mikk Granströmiga, tudengi- ja lühifilmide festivali Sleepwalkers juhi Helen Vinogradoviga, Nokia Mobiilifilmide festivali MOFF juhi Maria Pleesiga ning Animafilmide festivali Animated Dreams tegevjuhi Mark Kuslapuu ja programmijuhi Heilika Pikkoviga

  15. Tartu Ülikooli Narva Kolledž = University of Tartu Narva College / Hannes Praks

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    Praks, Hannes, 1973-

    2013-01-01

    Eesti Sisearhitektide Liidu 2012. aasta parima avaliku ruumi preemia pälvinud TÜ Narva Kolledzi sisekujundusest. Autorid: Hannes Praks, Kadri Tamme, Kristjan Holm, Liisi Murula, Toomas Pääsuke, Ahti Grüngerg, Daniel Marius Reisser, Helen Sarapuu. Arhitektuur: Kavakava. ESLi aastapreemiate žürii liikmete Raivo Puusepa ja Mari Kurismaa arvamused

  16. Mõnda mõnusat teismelise tüdruku lugemislauale / Aidi Vallik

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    Vallik, Aidi, 1971-

    2007-01-01

    Kuuest tüdrukuteraamatust: Diana Leesalu "Kaks grammi hämaruseni", Helen Crossi "Minu armastuse suvi", Ann Brashare'i "Rändavate Pükste õeskond", Eva Ibbotsoni "Reis Merejõele", Sue Limbi "Tüdruk, 15, sarmikas, kuid sõge", Louise Rennisoni "Poisid, stringid ja ogar kass"

  17. Journal of Technology and Education in Nigeria - Vol 9, No 1 (2004)

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    Nature and quality of teacher – pupil interactions in primary science lessons: a constructivist perspective · EMAIL FULL TEXT EMAIL FULL TEXT · DOWNLOAD FULL TEXT DOWNLOAD FULL TEXT. Fred N Keraro, Mark IO Okere, Helen O Mondoh, 19-32. http://dx.doi.org/10.4314/joten.v9i1.35655 ...

  18. On the Shoulders of Sir Isaac Newton and Arthur Storer

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    Martin, Helen E.; Evans-Gondo, Bonita

    2013-01-01

    Helen E. Martin, the author of this article, is a retired National Board Certified Teacher who has been researching Sir Isaac Newton's unpublished manuscripts for over three decades. While researching the work of Newton, a teacher she was mentoring asked for some hands-on activities to study planetary motion. The description of the activity…

  19. Journal for Language Teaching - Vol 39, No 2 (2005)

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    Phonological awareness and the minimising of reading problems: a South African perspective · EMAIL FULL TEXT EMAIL FULL TEXT · DOWNLOAD FULL TEXT DOWNLOAD FULL TEXT. Anna J Hugo, SG le Roux, Helene Muller, Norma Nel, 210-225. http://dx.doi.org/10.4314/jlt.v39i2.6058 ...

  20. South African Journal of Psychiatry - Vol 22, No 1 (2016)

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    Inpatient management of borderline personality disorder at Helen Joseph Hospital, Johannesburg · EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT · DOWNLOAD FULL TEXT DOWNLOAD FULL TEXT. Laila Paruk, Albert B.R. Janse van Rensburg. http://dx.doi.org/10.4102/sajpsychiatry.v22i1.678 ...

  1. Author Details

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    Paruk, Laila. Vol 22, No 1 (2016) - Articles Inpatient management of borderline personality disorder at Helen Joseph Hospital, Johannesburg Abstract PDF. ISSN: 2078-6786. AJOL African Journals Online. HOW TO USE AJOL... for Researchers · for Librarians · for Authors · FAQ's · More about AJOL · AJOL's Partners · Terms ...

  2. Psychiatric consultations and the management of associated ...

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    This study was undertaken to provide a demographic and clinical profile of all patients consulted by the consultation-liaison psychiatry (CLP) service at the Helen Joseph Hospital (HJH) in Johannesburg, and to describe the clinical management of patients admitted with a diagnosis of a mental disorder associated with a ...

  3. Sõda meie ümber / Heigo Kaldra

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    Kaldra, Heigo

    2006-01-01

    Rets. rmt.: Ed Michaels, Helen Handfield-Jones, Beth Axelrod. "Sõda talentide pärast". Raamat tugineb põhjalikule uurimusele, kus toodud numbrid, protsendid ja näited viitavad ühele ja samale: inimene, tema oskused, teadmised ja kogemused on ettevõtte kalleim vara, mille hoidmisele ja arendamisele tuleb juhtida kõikide juhtide põhitähelepanu

  4. Comparative Evaluation of Animal with Plant Protein Intake in ...

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    Comparative Evaluation of Animal with Plant Protein Intake in Northern Adamawa State of Nigeria. HI Kubkomawa, R Midiga, UO Helen, B Williams, F Timon. Abstract. The study was conducted to compare the preference, acceptability and consumption of animal and plant protein intakes in Adamawa State, northern eastern, ...

  5. Atypical femoral fractures

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    2013-01-24

    Jan 24, 2013 ... A 73 year-old female patient was admitted to the orthogeriatrics unit at Helen Joseph Hospital in 2012 with a fracture of her right femur, following a fall from standing height. She was known to have severe osteoporosis, having sustained multiple previous fragility fractures involving her right distal radius, left ...

  6. Eesti kultuurkapitali sihtkapitalide uus koosseis koos esitajatega

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    2007-01-01

    Kujutava ja rakenduskunsti sihtkapital: Pille Kivihall, Katrin Kivimaa, Reet Mark, Marko Mäetamm, Helene Tedre, Kersti Tiik, Urmas Viik. Arhitektuuri sihtkapital: Liina Jänes, Markus Kaasik, Marika Lõoke, Laila Põdra, Mait Summatavet, Fredi-Armand Tomps, Tõnis Vellamaa. Rahvakultuuri sihtkapital: Liivi Soova jt. Karin Hallas-Murula ja Laine Jänes kultuuriministeeriumi nõunikest sihtkapitalide nõukogudes

  7. Army Logistician. Volume 40, Issue 6, November-December 2008

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    2008-12-01

    Massachusetts Institute of Technology social-psychology professor Kurt Lewin . He turned the field away from solving complex problems with a best...froM that Collaboration. the author thanKs Major Kurt zaCharias, alfred riCe, lieutenant Colonel helen MeelheiM, ben reese, MiKe buChen, and sKydeX

  8. Frequency and severity of rheumatic heart disease in the catchment area of Gauteng hospitals, 1993-1995

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    Clur, Sally-Ann

    2006-01-01

    OBJECTIVE: Identification of frequency and severity of rheumatic fever/rheumatic heart disease (RF/RHD) in the catchment area of Gauteng hospitals. DESIGN: A retrospective descriptive analysis using hospital-based computer databases. SETTING: Helen Joseph, Chris Hani Baragwanath and Johannesburg

  9. Science, Technology and Arts Research Journal - Vol 4, No 4 (2015)

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    Fruits to a Basal Diet of Natural Pasture Hay · EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT · DOWNLOAD FULL TEXT DOWNLOAD FULL TEXT .... Design and Implementation of Microcontroller based Automated Air Conditioning Control System for Refrigerator Truck. Frezer Getachew, Helen Nekatibeb, Samuel ...

  10. Rethinking Ovarian Cancer: Recommendations for Improving Outcomes

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    Vaughan, Sebastian; Coward, Jermaine I.; Bast Jr., Robert C.; Berchuck, Andy; Berek, Jonathan S.; Brenton, James D.; Coukos, George; Crum, Christopher C.; Drapkin, Ronny; Etemadmoghadam, Dariush; Friedlander, Michael; Gabra, Hani; Kaye, Stan B.; Lord, Chris J.; Lengyel, Ernst; Levine, Douglas A.; McNeish, Iain A.; Menon, Usha; Mills, Gordon B.; Nephew, Kenneth P.; Oza, Amit M.; Sood, Anil K.; Stronach, Euan A.; Walczak, Henning; Bowtell, David D.; Balkwill, Frances R.

    2012-01-01

    There have been major advances in our understanding of the cellular and molecular biology of the human malignancies collectively referred to as ovarian cancer. At a recent Helene Harris Memorial Trust meeting, an international group of researchers considered actions that should be taken to improve the outcome for women with ovarian cancer. Nine major recommendations are outlined in this Perspective. PMID:21941283

  11. The role of mid-level vortex in the intensification and weakening of ...

    Indian Academy of Sciences (India)

    Further, Hudhud and Helen, is compared to a deep depression formed over Bay of Bengal to highlight the significance of the mid-level vortex in the genesis of a tropical cyclone. Major results obtained are as follows: stronger positive PV anomalies are noticed over upper and lower levels of troposphere near the storm center ...

  12. Kei hea te Ora? The Whereabouts of the Health of Children in the Early Childhood Curriculum of Aotearoa New Zealand

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    Gibbons, Andrew

    2015-01-01

    The policies and practices of early childhood teaching in Aotearoa New Zealand have been an ongoing site of political, economic, social and cultural contestation. Competing values and beliefs regarding experiences of both the child and the teacher have been central to the contesting. Helen May (2001, 2009) tracks these tensions through the waxing…

  13. Use of E-Learning to Advance Nursing Education in Rwanda

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    Use of E-Learning to Advance Nursing Education in Rwanda. Mary Murebwayire1, Innocent Biroli 2, Helen Ewing2. 1Ministry of Health, Rwanda;. 2University of Rwanda, College of Medicine and Health Sciences, Rwanda. Background. Most nursing care in Rwanda is provided by high school trained nurses. As of 2011 ...

  14. Programs for the Deaf-Blind.

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    American Annals of the Deaf, 1991

    1991-01-01

    This directory lists contact information for programs for the deaf-blind in the United States in 3 categories: (1) programs for deaf-blind children and youth (29 programs listed); (2) Helen Keller National Center for Deaf-Blind Youth and Adults (1 national and 10 regional offices); and (3) programs for training teachers of the deaf-blind (4…

  15. prevention decreased sexual risk behaviour after the diagnosis of ...

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    2006-12-01

    Dec 1, 2006 ... Julia Fougelberg, Medical Student ... A questionnaire was distributed to patients on ART at Helen Joseph Hospital, Johannesburg, between 17. January and 22 February 2005. Results. The percentage of men who had sexual contacts outside their relationship decreased from 48% before HIV diagnosis.

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    Perrie, Helen. Vol 21, No 6 (2015) - Articles Burnout among anaesthetists in South Africa Abstract PDF · Vol 22, No 4 (2016) - Articles The prevalence of chronic postmastectomy pain syndrome in female breast cancer survivors. Abstract PDF. ISSN: 2220-1173. AJOL African Journals Online. HOW TO USE AJOL.

  17. Acute mental health care according to recent mental health ...

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    Objective: This is the third of three reports on the follow-up review of mental health care at Helen Joseph Hospital (HJH). The study reviewed existing South African standards for mental health care facilities. Architectural principles and implications for the use of space were deducted from recent legislation. Objectives were to ...

  18. Acute mental health care and South African mental health legislation ...

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    Objective: This is the first of three reports on a follow-up review of mental health care at Helen Joseph Hospital (HJH). In this first part, qualitative and quantitative descriptions were made of the services and of demographic and clinical data on acute mental health care users managed at HJH, in a retrospective review of ...

  19. Acute mental health care according to recent mental health ...

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    Objective: This is the second of three reports on the follow-up review of mental health care at Helen Joseph Hospital (HJH). Objectives for the review were to provide realistic estimates of cost for unit activities and to establish a quality assurance cycle that may facilitate cost centre management. Method: The study described ...

  20. Nargen Opera toob vaataja ette uue eesti kammerooperi / Priit Pruul

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    Pruul, Priit

    2006-01-01

    20. apr. esietendub Von Krahli Teatris Peeter Jalaka lavastuses Tõnu Kõrvitsa kammerooper "Mu luiged, mu mõtted", mille aluseks on luuletaja Marie Heibergi saatus. Libreto autor on Maarja Kangro. Kammerooper tuleb lavale Von Krahli Teatri ja Nargen Opera koostöös. Esitavad Kädy Plaas, Helen Lokuta, Nargen Opera koor ja Tallinna Kammerorkester, dirigent Tõnu Kaljuste

  1. Nargen Opera lummas Kõrvitsa muusikaga / Ruth Alaküla, Andres Laasik

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    Alaküla, Ruth, 1957-

    2006-01-01

    Von Krahli Teatris Peeter Jalaka lavastuses esietendunud Tõnu Kõrvitsa uued kammerooperid "Tuleaed" ja "Mu luiged, mu mõtted", mille aluseks on luuletaja Marie Heibergi saatus. Libretode autor on Maarja Kangro. Kammerooperid tulevad lavale Von Krahli Teatri ja Nargen Opera koostöös. Esitavad Kädy Plaas, Helen Lokuta, Nargen Opera koor ja Tallinna Kammerorkester, dirigent Tõnu Kaljuste

  2. No conflict between SLAC and Japan's KEK

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    2000-01-01

    Letter from Helen Quinn from SLAC arguing that an article in Nature distorted her comments on the relationship between KEK and SLAC over their separate projects looking at CP violation. The author of the original article replies (1/2 page).

  3. Fish on farms combat dietary deficits in Cambodia | IDRC ...

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    2014-04-11

    Apr 11, 2014 ... “We are trying to improve the whole family's nutrition,” says Helen Keller International country director Zaman Talukder, describing the program called Fish on Farms. “But we're particularly targeting vulnerable children under five and women of childbearing age.” Those women and children face significant ...

  4. Alternative Tsunami Models

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    Tan, A.; Lyatskaya, I.

    2009-01-01

    The interesting papers by Margaritondo (2005 "Eur. J. Phys." 26 401) and by Helene and Yamashita (2006 "Eur. J. Phys." 27 855) analysed the great Indian Ocean tsunami of 2004 using a simple one-dimensional canal wave model, which was appropriate for undergraduate students in physics and related fields of discipline. In this paper, two additional,…

  5. Career Education. Comments by Plato (And Others).

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    Office of Education (DHEW), Washington, DC.

    This pamphlet presents a number of quotations showing that what is now called career education is an old idea, one that transcends time and today unites advocates of many creeds and cultures. Those quoted include Plato, Benjamin Franklin, Abraham Lincoln, Samuel Gompers Helen Keller, James B. Conant, Whitney Young, Jr., Margaret Mead, Shirley…

  6. Legitimizing policies

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    Jørgensen, Martin Bak

    2012-01-01

    , political and economic rights, of moral obligations, of sovereignty, and of equity, as well as of how to define target groups and legal and categorical statuses into the debates. Having a backdrop in the theoretical framework of Carol Bacchi, Anne Schneider and Helen Ingram and Giorgio Agamben, this article...

  7. The Modern First Lady and Public Policy: From Edith Wilson through Hillary Rodham Clinton.

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    Black, Allida M.

    2001-01-01

    Discusses the role in and influence on public policy of twentieth century First Ladies including Edith Roosevelt, Helen Taft, Ellen Wilson, Edith Wilson, Florence Harding, Lou Henry Hoover, Eleanor Roosevelt, Jacqueline Kennedy, Lady Bird Johnson, Rosalynn Carter, Nancy Reagan, Barbara Bush, and Hillary Rodham Clinton. (CMK)

  8. Best Not Forget Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender Themed Children's Literature: A Teacher's Reflections of a More Inclusive Multicultural Education and Literature Program

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    Flores, Gabriel

    2016-01-01

    For many years, educational practitioners have been implementing multicultural literature about African-American, Asian, and Latino families. Teachers have also presented literature about great leaders, such as Martin Luther King Jr. and Helen Keller. However, the same cannot be said about literature depicting lesbian, gay, bisexual, and…

  9. Continuation of a Postdoctoral Research Associateship Program

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    1998-12-01

    Dr.MarciaKWolf Bogusz, Stephen Jude Dr. Charles E McQueen Britton, Paul Dr. Frank C Tortella Gandre, Helene Van Cu.. (S) Dr. Charles H Hoke...Chemical Defense 10/17/97 Name + Division Adviser Citizenship Asermely, Karen E. Pathophysiology Division Dr. Michael Adler United States

  10. Võru linnagaleriis avati kolm uut näitust

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    2009-01-01

    26. oktoobrist 20 novembrini on Võru Linnagaleriis avatud Ruti Jõgi joonistuste ja Aivar Rumvoldi maalide näitus "Koos. Omaette", Marek Hämmelbergi isikunäitus "Tuvi ämm" ning grupi Sigmund Freud (Liina Guiter, Katrin Tees, Helen Melesk) näitus "Keemia"

  11. Kolm väärt väljapanekut Võru Linnagaleriis / Andrus Raag

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    Raag, Andrus, 1982-

    2009-01-01

    Helen Meleski, Katrin Teesi ja Liina Guiteri (ühisnimi Sigmund Freud) näitus "Keemia", Ruti Jõgi joonistuste ja Aivar Rumvoldi maalide näitus "Koos. Omaette", Marek Hämmelbergi (pseudonüüm Marek) joonistuste näitus "Tuvi ämm" 20. novembrini

  12. Richard Avedon ja Annie Leibovitz laulsid kaanonit / Marika Alver

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    Alver, Marika

    2008-01-01

    Richard Avedoni (1923-2004) retrospektiivnäitusest (fotod aastatest 1946-2004) kuraator Helle Crenzien (Lousiana Kaasaegse Kunsti muuseum Taanis), millega kaasnes ka Helen Whitney film "Richard Avedon : darkness and light" ja Annie Leibovitzi (1949) suurprojektist "A photographer's life 1990-2005" Pariisis

  13. The Defense and Veterans Brain Injury Center Care Coordination Program: Assessment of Program Structure, Activities, and Implementation

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    2013-01-01

    Rehabilitation, Vol. 8, No. 3, 1993, pp. 86–87. Carroll, Linda J., J. David Cassidy, Lena Holm, Jess Kraus, and Victor G. Coronado, “Methodological Issues...Vandana Sundaram, Dena M. Bravata, Robyn Lewis, Nancy Lin, Sally A. Kraft, Moira McKinnon, Helen Paguntalan, and Douglas K. Owens , Closing the Quality

  14. Tammsaare tulevane elu liikuvates piltides / Jürgen Rooste

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    Rooste, Jürgen, 1979-

    2003-01-01

    Dokumentaalfilmid A.H. Tammsaarest : "Tammsaare talu" : stsenarist Elem Treier : režissöör ja operaator Rein Raamat : Raamat Film 1998 ; "A.H. Tammsaare" I, II, III : stsenarist Helene Siimisker : režissöör Peep Puks : Tallinnfilm 1971, 1972, 1974

  15. Hämmastavad esikteosed / Aita Kivi

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    Kivi, Aita, 1954-

    2002-01-01

    Sisu : Andrew Miller. Salakaval valu; Helen Dewitt. Viimane samurai; Michel Faber. Naha all; Ana̐s Nin. Venuse delta; Eeva Park. Vaba langemine; Henri Troyat. Kohutavad keisrinnad; 11. september : terrorirünnaku tagamaad : / [koost. Stefan Aust, Cordt Schnibben... jt.]; Deepak Chopra. Täiuslik tervis; Charlie Jones. Elu on võrratu; Matt Ridley, Matt. Vooruse lätted

  16. Camera formation and more, but what comes next? an analysis of volcanic threat of Nisyros island, Greece

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    Winson, A.; Kinvig, H.; Gottsmann, J.; Partington, E.; Geyer, A.

    2008-10-01

    We present an analysis of volcanic threat of Nisyros island (Greece) based on a catalogue of questions compiled for the USGS National Volcano Early Warning System (NVEWS). We find that the score puts Nisyros in the league of volcanoes posing a very high threat. US volcanoes with a comparable threat level include Mt. St. Helens, Augustine and the Long Valley caldera.

  17. What causes female bias in the secondary sex ratios of the dioecious woody shrub Salix sitchensis colonizing a primary successional landscape?

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    C. Che-Castaldo; C. M. Crisafulli; J. G. Bishop; W. F. Fagan

    2015-01-01

    PREMISE OF THE STUDY: Females often outnumber males in Salix populations, although the mechanisms behind female bias are not well understood and could be caused by both genetic and ecological factors. We investigated several ecological factors that could bias secondary sex ratios of Salix sitchensis colonizing Mount St. Helens after the 1980 eruption.M ETHODS...

  18. John Donne: A Collection of Critical Essays. Twentieth Century Views Series.

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    Gardner, Helen, Ed.

    One of a series of works aimed at presenting contemporary opinion on major authors, this collection includes essays by Helen Gardner, George Saintsbury, Herbert J. C. Grierson, Pierre Legouis, William Empson, Mario Praz, J. E. V. Crofts, C. S. Lewis, Cleanth Brooks, J. B. Leishman, Evelyn M. Simpson, Louis L. Martz, and A. J. Smith--all dealing…

  19. Pain Management and the Amputee

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    Pain Management and the Amputee Translated into plain language by Helen Osborne, 2006 Health Literacy Consulting, www.healthliteracy.com ... Purdue Pharma L.P. A7158 6/03 Pain Management This Fact Sheet provides important—and practical—information ...

  20. ORIGINAL ARTICLES

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    ORIGINAL ARTICLES. Dual protection in sexually active women. Immo Kleinschmidt, Baker Ndugga Maggwa, Jennifer Smit,Mags E Beksinska, Helen Rees. Objective. To determine the prevalence and co-factors associated with the practice of dual protection against sexually transmitted infections (STis) and unwanted.

  1. Reviews and notices

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    NN,

    1974-01-01

    Aston, Helen I., Aquatic Plants of Australia. A guide to the identification of the aquatic ferns and flowering plants of Australia, both native and naturalized. Melbourne University Press, 6 Sept. 1973, 8°, xvi + 368 pp., 138 fig., 81 maps. Clothbound A$ 21. In accordance with the subtitle of this

  2. The Makah Whale Hunt: A Social Studies Symposium in the Classroom

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    Bornstein-Grove, Matthew; Hamel, Fred L.

    2013-01-01

    The conversation starts quickly as two students come together in a 10th grade social studies classroom, half-way through a role play activity a symposium begins. Both students are sporting "Hello, my name is…" stickers on their shirts, and each attempts to speak in character. One represents an anti-whaling activist. Helen stands holding…

  3. Naise purunematu ilu / Triin Toome

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    Toome, Triin

    2005-01-01

    Fotograaf Laura Kallasvee ja grimmikunstnike kolmiku Grimmsisters (Helen Ehandi, Kaire Hendrikson ja Maarja Sild) ühisnäitusest "She has really long legs" ("Tal on väga pikad jalad") kohvik Moskvas, Tallinnas. Näitus koosneb tuntud naiste portreedest

  4. Exploring Intercultural Competence in a Victorian Novel

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    Malgesini, Frank

    2012-01-01

    Although the characters speak English, Anne Bronte's "The Tenant of Wildfell Hall" explores interactions among representatives of different speech communities. The protagonist, Helen Graham, moves through communities differing enough from hers to create misunderstandings. Her difficulties can be clarified through Hymes' model of the speech…

  5. Kas sinul on juba pääsukesed kõhus? / Maris Meiessaar

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    Meiessaar, Maris

    2007-01-01

    Tallinna Ülikooli reklaami ja imagoloogia eriala tudengid osalesid projektis The Pitch, et leida ideed Eesti toidu ja seda tähistava pääsukese logo reklaamimiseks. Võistluse võitis projekt "Kõhu tunne", autoriteks Birgit Jõgeva, Mariliis Lill, Liina Karo, Helen Kask ja Markko Toppi. Võistlust kommenteerib TLÜ reklaami ja meedia osakonna juhataja Tiina Hiob

  6. Viljandi kultuuriakadeemia tudengid lajatasid kolme tükiga / Andres Keil

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    Keil, Andres, 1974-

    2007-01-01

    Janusz Glowacki "Fortinbras jõi end täis" Viljandi Kultuuriakadeemia teatrikunsti eriala 6. lennu esituses, lavastaja Kalju Komissarov ja Sven Heiberg ; Ott Aardami "Börs ja börsitar" ja Henrik Ibseni "Nora/Maja", lavastaja Helen Rekkor

  7. Viljandi paugutab kolme esietendusega / Andres Keil

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    Keil, Andres, 1974-

    2007-01-01

    Janusz Glowacki "Fortinbras jõi end täis" Viljandi Kultuuriakadeemia teatrikunsti eriala 6. lennu esituses, lavastaja Kalju Komissarov ja Sven Heiberg ; Ott Aardami "Börs ja börsitar" ja Henrik Ibseni "Nora/Maja", lavastaja Helen Rekkor

  8. Biofidelic Human Activity Modeling and Simulation with Large Variability

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    2014-11-25

    Anatomical segment motion was tracked with small retro- reflective markers placed on the body with adhesive Velcro stickers ; a modified “Helen...scan that was impossible to capture in one time. By creating macros through command line history recorder and then running the macros, the

  9. On Developing an Art and Ecology Curriculum.

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    Hollis, Cynthia L.

    1997-01-01

    Surveys the work of several ecological artists, describes their work, and includes a brief rational for their activity. Examines the artwork of Joseph Beuys in Germany, Andy Goldsworthy in Scotland, as well as Mierle Ukeles, Mel Chin, David Hanson, Ana Mendieta, and Helen and Newton Harrison in the United States. (MJP)

  10. Ajalookonverents "Pirita klooster 600" / Kärt Hellerma

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    Hellerma, Kärt, 1956-

    2007-01-01

    16. juunil 2007 toimunud ajalookonverentsi "Pirita klooster 600" eesmärk oli luua pilt sellest, missuguselt ühiskondlikult pinnaselt võrsus Pirita kloostri rajamise idee ja kes olid selle algatamise eesotsas. Ettekannetega esinesid ajaloolased Marika Mägi, Tiina Kala, Juhan Kreem, Ruth Rajamaa, Kersti Markus, Helen Bome ja Linda Kaljundi. Konverentsi moderaator oli Marek Tamm

  11. The right stuff nurses who become chief executives.

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    Moore, Alison

    2016-09-07

    When Helen Greatorex took up her new job as chief executive of Kent and Medway NHS and Social Care Partnership Trust, one of her first acts was to concentrate on out-of-area placements for mental health patients. At the time - early June - the trust had 76 patients in beds outside the area, costing £1million a month.

  12. Anne Veesaar astus Valgas üles uudses rollis / Jaan Rapp

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    Rapp, Jaan

    2010-01-01

    2010. aasta iga kuu viimasel reedel esitab näitlejanna Anne Veesaar Raadio Ruudus katkendeid Valgamaa kirjanike loomingust. 14. jaanuaril kohtumisel lugejatega rääkis Valgas sündinud näitlejanna oma elulooraamatust "Anne Veesaar : elus, see on kõige tähtsam", mille on kirja pannud Helen Eelrand, ja oma praegustest tegemistest

  13. Integrating Social Science and Ecosystem Management: A National Challenge

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    Cordell; H. Ken; Linda Caldwell

    1995-01-01

    These proceedings contain the contributed papers and panel presentations, as well as a paper presented at the National Workshop, of the Conference on Integrating Social Sciences and Ecosystem Management, which was held at Unicoi Lodge and Conference Center, Helen, GA, December 12-14, 1995. The overall purpose of this Conference was to improve understanding, integration...

  14. Erasmus

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    2013-01-01

    Eesti kõrgkoolide üliõpilaste õpirändest Erasmus programmi raames. Tartus korraldati rahvusvaheline konverents "Üliõpilasmobiilsuse erinevad tahud", kus lisaks teistele jagasid oma kogemusi Tallinna Ülikooli üliõpilane Helen Margus ja Tallinna Ülikooli õppejõud Sirje Virkus

  15. Kuula : Tuhkatriinu ooperilaval. Jazzkaare jõulujazz

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    2006-01-01

    G. Rossini ooperi "Tuhkatriinu" esietendusest 10. nov. Rahvusooperis Estonia (peaosas Helen Lokuta). 11. jõulujazzist 29. nov.-14.dets. Eesti suuremates linnades. Prantsuse jazzlaulja Dee Dee Bridgewater'i kontserdist kavaga "J'ai deux amour" 2. dets. Estonia kontserdisaalis

  16. Isolation and characterization of novel microsatellite loci for Asian ...

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    satellites using Tandem Repeat Finder 2.2 (Benson 1999). From 5607 GSS sequences, 263 were identified with microsatellite motifs. Only dinucleotide, trinucleotide, tetra- nucleotide and pentanucleotide repeats were targeted, with a minimum length of 20 bp. PRIMER3 (Steve and Helen. 2000) was used to design primer ...

  17. Moral Intuition and the Professional Military Ethic

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    2011-03-14

    future dialog.” The purpose of this paper is to add to that dialog. Why do parents at a youth soccer game sometimes go to fists regarding a perceived...cry at a change of command? Why do fans of opposing NFL teams support or malign the same referee? Recall in your mind‟s eye, the story of Helen of

  18. Journal of Technology and Education in Nigeria - Vol 9, No 2 (2004)

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    Relationship between pupils\\' mastery of the language of instruction and achievement in science · EMAIL FULL TEXT EMAIL FULL TEXT · DOWNLOAD FULL TEXT DOWNLOAD FULL TEXT. Fred N Keraro, Mark IO Okere, Helen O Mondoh, 8-13. http://dx.doi.org/10.4314/joten.v9i2.35664 ...

  19. African Journal of Drug and Alcohol Studies - Vol 15, No 1 (2016)

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    Prior substance use, depression and gender as determinants of self-harm urges in prison inmates: A study of Uyo Prison · EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT DOWNLOAD FULL TEXT DOWNLOAD FULL TEXT. Mfon E. Ineme, Helen O. Osinowo, 61-73 ...

  20. Kuldlõvi võitis üllatusena Hiina film tammi ehitamisest / A. L.

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    A. L.

    2006-01-01

    Veneetsia filmifestivali parima filmi peaauhind Kuldlõvi läks Hiina režissööri Jia Zhang-Ke filmile "Vaikelu" ("Dong"). Parima näitleja Coppa Volpi said Helen Mirren ja Ben Affleck, elutööauhinna sai režissöör David Lynch