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  1. A digital elevation analysis: Spatially distributed flow apportioning algorithm

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    Kim, Sang-Hyun; Kim, Kyung-Hyun [Pusan National University, Pusan(Korea); Jung, Sun-Hee [Korea Environment Institute, (Korea)

    2001-06-30

    A flow determination algorithm is proposed for the distributed hydrologic model. The advantages of a single flow direction scheme and multiple flow direction schemes are selectively considered to address the drawbacks of existing algorithms. A spatially varied flow apportioning factor is introduced in order to accommodate the accumulated area from upslope cells. The channel initiation threshold area(CIT) concept is expanded and integrated into the spatially distributed flow apportioning algorithm in order to delineate a realistic channel network. An application of a field example suggests that the linearly distributed flow apportioning scheme provides some advantages over existing approaches, such as the relaxation of over-dissipation problems near channel cells, the connectivity feature of river cells, the continuity of saturated areas and the negligence of the optimization of few parameters in existing algorithms. The effects of grid sizes are explored spatially as well as statistically. (author). 28 refs., 7 figs.

  2. The categorisation of dysthymic disorder: Can its constituents be meaningfully apportioned?

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    Rhebergen, D.; Graham, R.; Hadzi-Pavlovic, D.; Stek, M.L.; Friend, P.; Barrett, M.; Parker, G.

    2012-01-01

    Background: Since its introduction in DSM-III, the validity of dysthymia has been debated. Our objective is to further examine the concept of dysthymia in an outpatient sample, and explore whether its constituents can be meaningfully apportioned. Methods: 318 patients attending the Black Dog

  3. Pathogenesis of Intrapulmonary Haemorrhage in Dogs Exposed to Pulsed Fission-Spectrum Neutrons; Pathogenese de l'Hemorragie Intrapulmonaire chez des Chiens Exposes a des Neutrons de Fission Pulses; Patogenez vnutrilegochnykh krovoizliyanij u sobak pri obluchenii impul'snymi nejtronami spektra deleniya; Patogenesis de la Hemorragia Intrapulmonar en Perros Expuestos a Neutrones de Fision Pulsados

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    Jones, R. K.; Engel, R. E.; Godden, W. R. [Kirtland AFB, New Mexico (United States)

    1964-05-15

    marrow megakaryocytes was found to be inversely proportional to the severity of intrapulmonary haemorrhage. (author) [French] Des comparaisons precedemment effectuees dans le laboratoire des auteurs entre les modifications tissulaires observees chez des chiens exposes a des rayons X de 250 kV-crete et a des neutrons de fission puises ont montre que, dans les deux cas, les reactions etaient en general semblables. Cependant, les poumons des animaux exposes aux neutrons de fission ont ete beaucoup plus souvent le siege d'hemorragies peribronchiales et peri vasculaires. On a essaye de determiner la pathogenese de cette lesion en exposant cinq bigles a une dose de 400 rad (DMA) de neutronsrapides emanant d'un reacteur du type GODIVA et en sacrifiant successivement les animaux a intervalles reguliers. Cinq jours apres l 'exposition, on a pu discerner un ensemble d'alterations pathologiques constituees par de petites hemorragies pulmonaires sporadiques a la peripherie. Leur nombre a augmente progressivement vers le neuvieme jour. Les modifications les plus frappantes sont survenues au bout de 13 j sous forme de grandes hemorragies perivasculaires autour des ramuscules des arteres pulmonaires, depuis le hile jusqu' a la suriace de la plevre. Les premieres modifications histologiques observees dans les poumons sont survenues le cinquieme jour, sour forme de foyers nettement demarques de congestion alveolaire,- de gonflement des cellules capillaires endotheliales et d'extravasion alveolaire legere des globules rouges. Ces alterations se sont generalisees au bout de neuf jours et on.a pu observer en outre des foyers d'extravasion peribronchiale du sang autour des deux bronches primaires. On a constate, chez les animaux autopsies le treizieme jour apres l ' exposition, une grosse hemorragie-peri vasculaire autour des grandes et des petites arteres pulmonaires. Le sang se trouvait dans le tissu conjonctif externe et dans les vaisseaux lymphatiques periarteriels. Les vaisseaux

  4. MODELISATION DU RISQUE DANS LES METHODOLOGIES D'AUDIT : APPORT DES DE LA PSYCHOMETRIE

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    Sadok Mansour

    2007-01-01

    International audience; Le thème de la décision en situation d'incertitude a été abordé par les recherches en audit en utilisant des approches normatives et descriptives issues des mathématiques et des Sciences économiques. Nous expliquons l'apport en audit des recherches en psychologie de la décision menées par Kahneman et Tversky.

  5. Estimation de l\\'apport en mercure à partir de la consommation de ...

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    Sur la base des concentrations et de la consommation annuelle de poissons estimée à 16 kg/habitant en Côte d\\'Ivoire, l\\'apport moyen calculé est égal à 73 μg de mercure par semaine; soit 25% de la dose hebdomadaire tolérable provisoire (DHTP) fixée à 300 μg par le comité mixte FAO/OMS. Cependant, pour une ...

  6. Apports et limites des programmes de recherche aux sciences de gestion

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    Jeanjean, Thomas; Tixier, Julie

    2001-01-01

    Dans cet article, nous étudions la méthodologie des programmes de recherche de Lakatos (1978) et ses apports aux sciences sociales et en particulier à la recherche en gestion. Notre objectif est triple. Il s'agit d’abord de préciser la nature des programmes de recherche, de les critiquer et de les situer par rapport aux thèses défendues par Popper, Feyerabend et Kuhn. Par ailleurs, nous étudions la transférabilité de la méthodologie de Lakatos aux sciences sociales. Enfin, nous analysons l’in...

  7. New Statistical Approach to Apportion Dietary Sources of Iodine Intake: Findings from Kenya, Senegal and India

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    Frits van der Haar

    2018-03-01

    Full Text Available Progress of national Universal Salt Iodization (USI strategies is typically assessed by household coverage of adequately iodized salt and median urinary iodine concentration (UIC in spot urine collections. However, household coverage does not inform on the iodized salt used in preparation of processed foods outside homes, nor does the total UIC reflect the portion of population iodine intake attributable to the USI strategy. This study used data from three population-representative surveys of women of reproductive age (WRA in Kenya, Senegal and India to develop and illustrate a new approach to apportion the population UIC levels by the principal dietary sources of iodine intake, namely native iodine, iodine in processed food salt and iodine in household salt. The technique requires measurement of urinary sodium concentrations (UNaC in the same spot urine samples collected for iodine status assessment. Taking into account the different complex survey designs of each survey, generalized linear regression (GLR analyses were performed in which the UIC data of WRA was set as the outcome variable that depends on their UNaC and household salt iodine (SI data as explanatory variables. Estimates of the UIC portions that correspond to iodine intake sources were calculated with use of the intercept and regression coefficients for the UNaC and SI variables in each country’s regression equation. GLR coefficients for UNaC and SI were significant in all country-specific models. Rural location did not show a significant association in any country when controlled for other explanatory variables. The estimated UIC portion from native dietary iodine intake in each country fell below the minimum threshold for iodine sufficiency. The UIC portion arising from processed food salt in Kenya was substantially higher than in Senegal and India, while the UIC portions from household salt use varied in accordance with the mean level of household SI content in the country

  8. New Statistical Approach to Apportion Dietary Sources of Iodine Intake: Findings from Kenya, Senegal and India

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    Knowles, Jacky; Bukania, Zipporah; Camara, Boubacar; Pandav, Chandrakant S.; Mwai, John Maina; Toure, Ndeye Khady; Yadav, Kapil

    2018-01-01

    Progress of national Universal Salt Iodization (USI) strategies is typically assessed by household coverage of adequately iodized salt and median urinary iodine concentration (UIC) in spot urine collections. However, household coverage does not inform on the iodized salt used in preparation of processed foods outside homes, nor does the total UIC reflect the portion of population iodine intake attributable to the USI strategy. This study used data from three population-representative surveys of women of reproductive age (WRA) in Kenya, Senegal and India to develop and illustrate a new approach to apportion the population UIC levels by the principal dietary sources of iodine intake, namely native iodine, iodine in processed food salt and iodine in household salt. The technique requires measurement of urinary sodium concentrations (UNaC) in the same spot urine samples collected for iodine status assessment. Taking into account the different complex survey designs of each survey, generalized linear regression (GLR) analyses were performed in which the UIC data of WRA was set as the outcome variable that depends on their UNaC and household salt iodine (SI) data as explanatory variables. Estimates of the UIC portions that correspond to iodine intake sources were calculated with use of the intercept and regression coefficients for the UNaC and SI variables in each country’s regression equation. GLR coefficients for UNaC and SI were significant in all country-specific models. Rural location did not show a significant association in any country when controlled for other explanatory variables. The estimated UIC portion from native dietary iodine intake in each country fell below the minimum threshold for iodine sufficiency. The UIC portion arising from processed food salt in Kenya was substantially higher than in Senegal and India, while the UIC portions from household salt use varied in accordance with the mean level of household SI content in the country surveys. The

  9. Using ensemble models to identify and apportion heavy metal pollution sources in agricultural soils on a local scale

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    Wang, Qi; Xie, Zhiyi; Li, Fangbai

    2015-01-01

    This study aims to identify and apportion multi-source and multi-phase heavy metal pollution from natural and anthropogenic inputs using ensemble models that include stochastic gradient boosting (SGB) and random forest (RF) in agricultural soils on the local scale. The heavy metal pollution sources were quantitatively assessed, and the results illustrated the suitability of the ensemble models for the assessment of multi-source and multi-phase heavy metal pollution in agricultural soils on the local scale. The results of SGB and RF consistently demonstrated that anthropogenic sources contributed the most to the concentrations of Pb and Cd in agricultural soils in the study region and that SGB performed better than RF. - Highlights: • Ensemble models including stochastic gradient boosting and random forest are used. • The models were verified by cross-validation and SGB performed better than RF. • Heavy metal pollution sources on a local scale are identified and apportioned. • Models illustrate good suitability in assessing sources in local-scale agricultural soils. • Anthropogenic sources contributed most to soil Pb and Cd pollution in our case. - Multi-source and multi-phase pollution by heavy metals in agricultural soils on a local scale were identified and apportioned.

  10. Three electron beams from a laser-plasma wakefield accelerator and the energy apportioning question

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    Yang, X; Reboredo Gil, David; Welsh, Gregor H; Li, Y.F; Cipiccia, Silvia; Ersfeld, Bernhard; Grant, D. W; Grant, P. A; Islam, Muhammad; Tooley, M.B; Vieux, Gregory; Wiggins, Sally; Sheng, Zheng-Ming; Jaroszynski, Dino

    2017-01-01

    Laser-wakefield accelerators are compact devices capable of delivering ultra-short electron bunches with pC-level charge and MeV-GeV energy by exploiting the ultra-high electric fields arising from the interaction of intense laser pulses with plasma. We show experimentally and through numerical simulations that a high-energy electron beam is produced simultaneously with two stable lowerenergy beams that are ejected in oblique and counter-propagating directions, typically carrying off 5–10% of the initial laser energy. A MeV, 10s nC oblique beam is ejected in a 30°–60° hollow cone, which is filled with more energetic electrons determined by the injection dynamics. A nC-level, 100s keV backward-directed beam is mainly produced at the leading edge of the plasma column. We discuss the apportioning of absorbed laser energy amongst the three beams. Knowledge of the distribution of laser energy and electron beam charge, which determine the overall efficiency, is important for various applications of laser-wake...

  11. Apportioning global and non-global components of mercury deposition through (210)Pb indexing.

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    Lamborg, Carl H; Engstrom, Daniel R; Fitzgerald, William F; Balcom, Prentiss H

    2013-03-15

    Our previous work has documented a correlation between Hg concentrations and (210)Pb activity measured in wet deposition that might be used to help apportion sources of Hg in precipitation. Here we present the results of a 27-month precipitation collection effort using co-located samplers for Hg and (210)Pb designed to assess this hypothesis. Study sites were located on the east and west coasts of North America, in the continental interior, and on the Florida Peninsula. Relatively high variability in Hg/(210)Pb ratios was found at all sites regionally and seasonally (e.g., overall: 0.99-9.13ngdpm(-1)). The ratio of average volume-weighted Hg concentrations and (210)Pb activities showed consistent trends (higher in impacted area), with Glacier Bay in southeast Alaska, exhibiting the lowest value. Assuming that Glacier Bay represents a benchmark for a site with no regional contribution, we estimate less than 50% of the Hg input was "global" at the Seattle and Florida sites. Differences in Hg/(210)Pb in wet deposition could be due to either a regional/local source contribution of Hg, or a regional/local enhancement in the removal of Hg from the atmosphere (i.e., oxidants), however, this approach is not capable of discerning between these two possibilities. Thus, this method of source apportionment represents an estimate of the maximal amount of Hg contributed by regional sources and may be limited in regions of deep convective mixing. Copyright © 2012 Elsevier B.V. All rights reserved.

  12. Apports de la simulation multi-agents à l’étude des processus de diffusion

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    Eric Daudé

    2004-02-01

    Full Text Available Cet article présente les principaux apports d’une approche individu-centrée pour modéliser et simuler les processus de diffusion dans l’espace géographique. L’intérêt d’une telle approche est discuté au regard des limites d’une modélisation d'échelle macro-géographique traditionnellement employée pour décrire de tels phénomènes. L’équation logistique est présentée comme un exemple représentatif de cette catégorie de modèle. Les modèles de simulation à base d’agents représentent une alternative possible à une approche macro-géographique des phénomènes de diffusion. Associés aux théories de l’auto-organisation, on postule que les phénomènes observés à un certain niveau sont le résultat des nombreuses interactions qui se produisent à un ou plusieurs niveaux inférieurs. En tant qu’outil de simulation prédisposé à l’analyse de telles dynamiques, les systèmes multi-agents sont brièvement présentés. Cet article se termine par une application, la modélisation et la simulation de la diffusion d’une innovation agricole (le modèle d'Hägerstrand revisité.

  13. The categorisation of dysthymic disorder: can its constituents be meaningfully apportioned?

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    Rhebergen, Didi; Graham, Rebecca; Hadzi-Pavlovic, Dusan; Stek, Max; Friend, Paul; Barrett, Melissa; Parker, Gordon

    2012-12-20

    Since its introduction in DSM-III, the validity of dysthymia has been debated. Our objective is to further examine the concept of dysthymia in an outpatient sample, and explore whether its constituents can be meaningfully apportioned. 318 patients attending the Black Dog Institute Depression Clinic were assessed by the Mini-International Neuropsychiatric Interview, and completed several self-report measures, in addition to a clinical assessment by an Institute psychiatrist. The characteristics of patients with major depressive disorder (MDD), dysthymic disorder and double depression were examined. Latent Class Analysis (LCA) and Latent Profile Analysis (LPA) were then conducted with the aim of detecting distinct classes based on depressive symptomatology and personality domains, respectively. Finally, clinicians' formulations of the study patients were examined. Depression groups mainly differed on parameters of severity. Although LCA and LPA analyses indicated the presence of distinct classes, these only moderately correlated with the MINI-diagnosed groups. Finally, there was evidence for considerable heterogeneity within clinicians' formulations of dysthymia. Inadequate sample numbers for various measures limited the power of the LPA and our sample was weighted to patients with a more severe depressive condition which may affect the detection of a distinct 'dysthymic' personality profile. Despite employing a variety of techniques, we were unable to obtain a clear homogeneous picture of dysthymia. Rather, there was evidence for a distinct heterogeneity in clinician-derived diagnoses. These findings allude to the questionable discriminant validity of dysthymia and may encourage future research and discussion on this important topic. Copyright © 2012 Elsevier B.V. All rights reserved.

  14. Analyzing Source Apportioned Methane in Northern California During DISCOVER-AQ-CA Using Airborne Measurements and Model Simulations

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    Johnson, Matthew S.

    2014-01-01

    This study analyzes source apportioned methane (CH4) emissions and atmospheric concentrations in northern California during the Discover-AQ-CA field campaign using airborne measurement data and model simulations. Source apportioned CH4 emissions from the Emissions Database for Global Atmospheric Research (EDGAR) version 4.2 were applied in the 3-D chemical transport model GEOS-Chem and analyzed using airborne measurements taken as part of the Alpha Jet Atmospheric eXperiment over the San Francisco Bay Area (SFBA) and northern San Joaquin Valley (SJV). During the time period of the Discover-AQ-CA field campaign EDGAR inventory CH4 emissions were 5.30 Gg/day (Gg 1.0 109 grams) (equating to 1.9 103 Gg/yr) for all of California. According to EDGAR, the SFBA and northern SJV region contributes 30 of total emissions from California. Source apportionment analysis during this study shows that CH4 concentrations over this area of northern California are largely influenced by global emissions from wetlands and local/global emissions from gas and oil production and distribution, waste treatment processes, and livestock management. Model simulations, using EDGAR emissions, suggest that the model under-estimates CH4 concentrations in northern California (average normalized mean bias (NMB) -5 and linear regression slope 0.25). The largest negative biases in the model were calculated on days when hot spots of local emission sources were measured and atmospheric CH4 concentrations reached values 3.0 parts per million (model NMB -10). Sensitivity emission studies conducted during this research suggest that local emissions of CH4 from livestock management processes are likely the primary source of the negative model bias. These results indicate that a variety, and larger quantity, of measurement data needs to be obtained and additional research is necessary to better quantify source apportioned CH4 emissions in California and further the understanding of the physical processes

  15. Analyzing source apportioned methane in northern California during Discover-AQ-CA using airborne measurements and model simulations

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    Johnson, Matthew S.; Yates, Emma L.; Iraci, Laura T.; Loewenstein, Max; Tadić, Jovan M.; Wecht, Kevin J.; Jeong, Seongeun; Fischer, Marc L.

    2014-12-01

    This study analyzes source apportioned methane (CH4) emissions and atmospheric mixing ratios in northern California during the Discover-AQ-CA field campaign using airborne measurement data and model simulations. Source apportioned CH4 emissions from the Emissions Database for Global Atmospheric Research (EDGAR) version 4.2 were applied in the 3-D chemical transport model GEOS-Chem and analyzed using airborne measurements taken as part of the Alpha Jet Atmospheric eXperiment over the San Francisco Bay Area (SFBA) and northern San Joaquin Valley (SJV). During the time period of the Discover-AQ-CA field campaign EDGAR inventory CH4 emissions were ∼5.30 Gg day-1 (Gg = 1.0 × 109 g) (equating to ∼1.90 × 103 Gg yr-1) for all of California. According to EDGAR, the SFBA and northern SJV region contributes ∼30% of total CH4 emissions from California. Source apportionment analysis during this study shows that CH4 mixing ratios over this area of northern California are largely influenced by global emissions from wetlands and local/global emissions from gas and oil production and distribution, waste treatment processes, and livestock management. Model simulations, using EDGAR emissions, suggest that the model under-estimates CH4 mixing ratios in northern California (average normalized mean bias (NMB) = -5.2% and linear regression slope = 0.20). The largest negative biases in the model were calculated on days when large amounts of CH4 were measured over local emission sources and atmospheric CH4 mixing ratios reached values >2.5 parts per million. Sensitivity emission studies conducted during this research suggest that local emissions of CH4 from livestock management processes are likely the primary source of the negative model bias. These results indicate that a variety, and larger quantity, of measurement data needs to be obtained and additional research is necessary to better quantify source apportioned CH4 emissions in California.

  16. Apports spontanés en acides gras oméga 3 chez des diabétiques de type 2 tunisiens

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    Jamoussi Henda

    2014-09-01

    Full Text Available Il est admis à l’unanimité que les acides gras oméga 3 ont de multiples bénéfices pour la santé et plus précisément des effets protecteurs contre les maladies cardiovasculaires et neurodégénératives. L’objectif de ce travail était d’estimer les apports spontanés en acides alphalinolénique (ALA, docosahexaénoïque (DHA, éicosapentaénoïque (EPA et linoléique (LA. Cette étude d’observation a été réalisée auprès de 42 diabétiques de type 2 (21 hommes et 21 femmes âgés de 30 à 75 ans. L’estimation des apports en acides gras a été réalisée en utilisant la méthode d’enregistrement sur sept jours. Les résultats ont montré que l’apport moyen en ALA était de 0,99 ± 0,40 g/j soit 0,42 ± 0,13 % de l’apport énergétique total (AET. Aucun de nos patients n’avait un apport suffisant en ALA. Les apports quotidiens moyens en DHA et en EPA étaient respectivement de 90,0 ± 85 mg/j et de 83,5 ± 80 mg/j. Quant à la contribution des aliments aux apports en EPA et en DHA, les poissons et les fruits de mer représentaient la part la plus importante (57 % de ces deux acides gras. Nos résultats appellent à renforcer l’éducation nutritionnelle des diabétiques afin d’augmenter les apports en acides gras oméga 3 et d’assurer un rapport LA/ALA optimal qui contribuerait à la prévention des maladies cardiovasculaires.

  17. Using ensemble models to identify and apportion heavy metal pollution sources in agricultural soils on a local scale.

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    Wang, Qi; Xie, Zhiyi; Li, Fangbai

    2015-11-01

    This study aims to identify and apportion multi-source and multi-phase heavy metal pollution from natural and anthropogenic inputs using ensemble models that include stochastic gradient boosting (SGB) and random forest (RF) in agricultural soils on the local scale. The heavy metal pollution sources were quantitatively assessed, and the results illustrated the suitability of the ensemble models for the assessment of multi-source and multi-phase heavy metal pollution in agricultural soils on the local scale. The results of SGB and RF consistently demonstrated that anthropogenic sources contributed the most to the concentrations of Pb and Cd in agricultural soils in the study region and that SGB performed better than RF. Copyright © 2015 Elsevier Ltd. All rights reserved.

  18. Apportioning sources of organic matter in streambed sediments: An integrated molecular and compound-specific stable isotope approach

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    Cooper, Richard J., E-mail: Richard.J.Cooper@uea.ac.uk [School of Environmental Sciences, University of East Anglia, Norwich Research Park, Norwich NR4 7TJ (United Kingdom); Pedentchouk, Nikolai; Hiscock, Kevin M.; Disdle, Paul [School of Environmental Sciences, University of East Anglia, Norwich Research Park, Norwich NR4 7TJ (United Kingdom); Krueger, Tobias [IRI THESys, Humboldt University, 10099 Berlin (Germany); Rawlins, Barry G. [British Geological Survey, Keyworth, Nottingham NG12 5GG (United Kingdom)

    2015-07-01

    We present a novel application for quantitatively apportioning sources of organic matter in streambed sediments via a coupled molecular and compound-specific isotope analysis (CSIA) of long-chain leaf wax n-alkane biomarkers using a Bayesian mixing model. Leaf wax extracts of 13 plant species were collected from across two environments (aquatic and terrestrial) and four plant functional types (trees, herbaceous perennials, and C{sub 3} and C{sub 4} graminoids) from the agricultural River Wensum catchment, UK. Seven isotopic (δ{sup 13}C{sub 27}, δ{sup 13}C{sub 29}, δ{sup 13}C{sub 31}, δ{sup 13}C{sub 27–31}, δ{sup 2}H{sub 27}, δ{sup 2}H{sub 29}, and δ{sup 2}H{sub 27–29}) and two n-alkane ratio (average chain length (ACL), carbon preference index (CPI)) fingerprints were derived, which successfully differentiated 93% of individual plant specimens by plant functional type. The δ{sup 2}H values were the strongest discriminators of plants originating from different functional groups, with trees (δ{sup 2}H{sub 27–29} = − 208‰ to − 164‰) and C{sub 3} graminoids (δ{sup 2}H{sub 27–29} = − 259‰ to − 221‰) providing the largest contrasts. The δ{sup 13}C values provided strong discrimination between C{sub 3} (δ{sup 13}C{sub 27–31} = − 37.5‰ to − 33.8‰) and C{sub 4} (δ{sup 13}C{sub 27–31} = − 23.5‰ to − 23.1‰) plants, but neither δ{sup 13}C nor δ{sup 2}H values could uniquely differentiate aquatic and terrestrial species, emphasizing a stronger plant physiological/biochemical rather than environmental control over isotopic differences. ACL and CPI complemented isotopic discrimination, with significantly longer chain lengths recorded for trees and terrestrial plants compared with herbaceous perennials and aquatic species, respectively. Application of a comprehensive Bayesian mixing model for 18 streambed sediments collected between September 2013 and March 2014 revealed considerable temporal variability in the

  19. 44 Apport du SIG et de la télédétection dans la modélisation spatiale ...

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    44. ISSN 1813-548X, http://www.afriquescience.info. Ahmed Nasreddine El FAHCHOUCH et al. Apport du SIG et de la télédétection dans la modélisation spatiale de la susceptibilité aux mouvements de terrain dans la région d'Al Hoceima,. Rif Oriental, Maroc. Ahmed NasreddineEl FAHCHOUCH*, Lahsen AIT BRAHIM, ...

  20. Contrôle des installations d’assainissement non collectif : l’apport déterminant des outils de diagnostic non destructifs

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    FORQUET, Nicolas

    2012-12-01

    Full Text Available Depuis juillet 2012, un nouveau cadre juridique s’applique aux installations d’assainissement non collectif, visant à améliorer leur contrôle et leur rénovation progressive. Cette note nous présente une méthodologie de contrôle simplifié des installations élaborée grâce l’apport déterminant des outils de diagnostic non destructifs.

  1. L'impact de l'autoroute Tunis-Bizerte sur le paysage : apport de la géomatique

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    H. SAMAALI,

    2010-09-01

    Full Text Available L’IMPACT DE L’AUTOROUTE TUNIS-BIZERTE SUR LE PAYSAG E : APPORT DE LA GÉOMATIQUE H. SAMAALI 1 , M. C. RABIA 1 , A. CHERIF 2 En signant le traité de libre-échange avec l’Union Européenne, la Tunisie s’est engagée à développer son économie et à s’ouvrir à la concurre nce au moyen du Schéma Directeur d’Aménagement du Territoire National de 1996 (SDATN . Le renforcement du réseau routier est un des axes structurants du SDATN. L’autoroute Tuni s-Bizerte a été l’un des projets qui assure la liaison entre les deux pôles du Nord-Est, le Grand Tunis et Bizerte. Le but du présent travail est l’étude de l’impact d e l’autoroute Tunis-Bizerte sur le paysage, naturel et l’occupation du sol (le milieu humain. Cette étude suppose le recours à des outils de gestion et de suivi bien adaptés. Elle vi se la mise en place d’une base de données sous SIG, afin d’indiquer et de prévoir l’influence de l ’autoroute à travers certaines zones clés : la forê t d’Errimel, Garaât El Mabtouha, la région d’El Alia, etc. Pour ce faire, nous avons suivi une approche intégr ant des données multi sources et multi dates (cartes, photographies aériennes et images sa tellitaires etc. qui a permis de bien apprécier les changements d’occupation des sols par suite de la réalisation de l’autoroute. L’impact de l’autoroute Tunis-Bizerte sur le paysag e naturel consiste à l’enlaidissement de plusieurs sites comme la forêt d’Errimel. L’impact se traduit, en effet, par la disparition du couvert végétal. La conséquence en est alors une ac célération de l’érosion éolienne et une apparition de dunes de sable. Au niveau de garaât E l Mabtouha, l’autoroute en vraie digue, découpe la garâa en deux sous-écosystèmes avec une perturbation des apports fluviatiles et par conséquent une influence sur la pédogenèse de la ré gion. Par ailleurs, certaines modifications en relation a vec l’homme et l

  2. Classification des apports d’Internet à l’apprentissage des langues Classification of the Internet Contribution to Language Learning

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    François Mangenot

    1998-12-01

    Full Text Available Cet article tente de classer les apports d’Internet à l’enseignement/apprentissage des langues en partant de l’approche centrée sur la tâche. Les exemples sont empruntés au FLE. L’unité classificatoire, appelée "ressource", n’est pas constituée simplement de ce que l’on trouve sur Internet (contenus des "pages" et sites, canaux de communication mais cherche aussi à prendre en compte, en les distinguant, l’activité de l’enseignant et celle de l’apprenant. Selon que l’on considère l’une ou l’autre des deux facettes d’Internet, l’information ou la communication, ressortent alors deux notions : concernant la recherche d’informations, on considère qu’il est fondamental que celle-ci soit guidée par des tâches ; concernant la communication, c’est la notion de projet qui est évoquée.This paper attempts to classify the contribution of the Internet to language teaching and learning. The approach is task-oriented and the examples use French as a Foreign Language. It is shown that the definition of a classifying unit, or "resource", should take account not only of the contents of the Internet (Web Pages, Web sites and communication tools, but should also consider what the teacher or learner are to do with these resources. From both aspects of the Internet, information and communication, arise two important concepts, those of task and project. The best way for the teacher to guide the search of information consists in giving students a task ; designing projects will avoid ’empty’ communication.

  3. La ponction biopsie hépatique à Dakar: indications, complications et apport diagnostique - à propos de 70 cas

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    Touré, Papa Souleymane; Léye, Abdoulaye; Diop, Madoky Maguette; Gueye, Mame Daouda; Léye, Yakham Mohamed; Berthé, Adama; Mourtalla Ka, Mamadou

    2014-01-01

    Introduction Les objectifs de notre travail étaient de déterminer les indications, les complications et l'apport diagnostique de la ponction biopsie hépatique (PBH) transpariétale. Méthodes Il s'agissait d'une étude rétrospective descriptive allant du janvier 2006 à décembre 2010, réalisée dans le service de Médecine Interne de l'hôpital de Pikine de Dakar. Etaient inclus, tous les malades ayant subi une biopsie hépatique, en ambulatoire ou en hospitalisation. Etaient exclus, tous les patients qui ont bénéficié d'une PBH dont les résultats n'ont pas été retrouvés. Les données suivantes étaient étudié: l’âge, le sexe, les indications, la taille du fragment biopsique, Le nombre de carottes, les complications, la comparaison des diagnostics pré biopsiques avec les comptes rendus histologiques. Résultats Ont été colligées 70 patients atteints d'hépatopathie chronique ayant bénéficiés d'une PBH. Il s'agissait de 46 hommes (65.71%) et 24 femmes (34.29%). L’âge moyen des patients était de 36 ans. Les PBH étaient réalisées en ambulatoire chez 58 patients (82.86%) et chez 12 malades hospitalisés (17,14%). Les indications étaient dominées par les hépatites virales chroniques dans 62,86% (44cas), suivi des processus tumoraux du foie dans 24.29% (17 cas). Les complications survenues chez 15 patients (21.43%) étaient représentées de 14 cas de douleur (20%) et d'un cas de malaise vagal (1.43%). Les 70 PBH effectuées ont ramené une carotte dans 35,71% des cas, 2 à 6 carottes dans 32,87% des cas. La longueur moyenne des fragments biopsiques était de 22 ±8 mm. Soixante-six résultats étaient interprétables et 4 non interprétables soit une performance diagnostique de 94,29%. Conclusion La PBH est de pratique sure, avec un respect des contres indications et une bonne maitrise de la technique. Son acceptabilité a été bonne dans notre pratique et sa rentabilité diagnostique excellente. Elle devrait être beaucoup plus

  4. Apports spontanés en acides gras oméga 3 chez des diabétiques de type 2 tunisiens

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    Jamoussi Henda; Chaabouni Salma; Gammoudi Amel; Mahjoub Faten; Ounaissa Kamilia; Berriche Olfa; Amrouche Chiraz; Blouza Samira

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    Il est admis à l’unanimité que les acides gras oméga 3 ont de multiples bénéfices pour la santé et plus précisément des effets protecteurs contre les maladies cardiovasculaires et neurodégénératives. L’objectif de ce travail était d’estimer les apports spontanés en acides alphalinolénique (ALA), docosahexaénoïque (DHA), éicosapentaénoïque (EPA) et linoléique (LA). Cette étude d’observation a été réalisée auprès de 42 diabétiques de type ...

  5. Prise en charge des hemorragies du post partum immediat a la ...

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    The median delay of management was 2 hours ranging from 1 to 72 hours. Classical “manual removal of placenta-uterine revision-oxytocin-intravenous infusion of Ringer lactate-clamping uterine arteries” to 196 women (78.0 %), repair of tears of the birth canal to 51 women (20.3 %), hysterectomy for uterus tear to 5 women ...

  6. Le rapprochement Chercheur-Consultant en aménagement du territoire : un apport à haute valeur ajoutée ?

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    Christine Chemin

    2010-02-01

    Full Text Available En aménagement du territoire, de nouvelles pratiques partenariales semblent émerger lors de la réalisation d'expertises (études, ingénierie de projets, audits, etc.. Si le recours aux cabinets-conseils – au Consultant – et aux laboratoires scientifiques – au Chercheur – par les services de l'Etat ou les collectivités territoriales existe depuis de nombreuses années, le rapprochement et le partenariat entre les consultants et les chercheurs est récent. Certes, cette pratique n’est pas encore systématique en aménagement du territoire mais elle constitue, selon les commanditaires publics, un apport à haute valeur ajoutée dans les prestations de services.In urban planning new partnership practices seem to appear through the realization of expertises (studies, projects engineering, audits…. Although the appeal to consulting firms – to consultants – and in the scientific laboratories – to researchers – by the State services or local government, exists for a long time now, the partnership between consultants and researchers is recent. Even though this partnership is not systematic in urban planning, it brings a contribution with a high added value in the services, according to the public partners.

  7. Le rôle des institutions dans le processus de l’innovation ; l’apport de Thorstein Veblen

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    2007-10-01

    Full Text Available Nous nous intéressons ici au rôle des institutions dans le processus de l’innovation, puisque Veblen le met en valeur. Cet apport de Veblen nous paraît déterminant pour mieux comprendre l’innovation, surtout que l’on parle de plus en plus d’une diversité de formes d’innovation (technologique, mais aussi organisationnelle, sociale et de produit, et que celles-ci sont mieux comprises lorsque l’on tient compte du rôle des institutions dans la diffusion ou le blocage de l’innovation. Veblen met aussi en évidence le caractère parfois retardataire des institutions, ainsi que la réciprocité des effets entre technologie et institutions, autant d’éléments fort pertinents pour l’analyse, encore aujourd’hui.This paper addresses the role of institutions in the process of innovation, since Veblen highlights this role. This contribution of Veblen appears determinant to better understand the process of innovation, especially in a context where we are more and more interested in various forms of innovation (technological, but also organisational, social and product innovations; these various forms of innovation are better understood and analysed when the role of institutions in their diffusion or lack of diffusion is taken into account. Veblen also highlights the fact that institutions sometimes block or slow down the process of diffusion of innovations, as well as the reciprocity of effects between technology and institutions, contributions which are all the more important for the analysis of innovation today.

  8. Sérologie palustre: quel apport dans un pays d’endémie palustre comme la Côte d’Ivoire?

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    Goran-Kouacou, Amah Patricia Victorine; Dou, Gonat Serge; Zika, Kalou Dibert; Adou, Adjoumanvoulé Honoré; Yéboah, Oppong Richard; Aka, Rita Ahou; Hien, Sansan; Siransy, Kouabla Liliane; N’Guessan, Koffi; Djibangar, Tariam Agnès; Dassé, Séry Romuald; Adoubryn, Koffi Daho

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    Introduction La sérologie palustre semble avoir peu d’intérêt dans les pays d’endémie comme la Côte d’Ivoire. Cependant cet examen a été régulièrement réalisé au laboratoire de Parasitologie de l’Unité de Formation et de Recherche Sciences Médicales d’Abidjan. Le but de notre étude était d’apprécier l’apport de la sérologie palustre dans notre contexte de pays endémique. Méthodes Nous avons réalisé une étude rétrospective portant sur la sérologie palustre qui a utilisé le kit Falciparum spot-IF de Biomérieux à la recherche d’anticorps antiplasmodiaux d’isotype IgG. Elle a concerné les sérologies réalisées de janvier 2007 à février 2011 et dont les résultats étaient disponibles dans le registre. Résultats Au total, 136 patients ont été sélectionnés. L’âge moyen était de 36,3 ans avec des extrêmes de 1 an et 81 ans et un sex-ratio de 0,97. Les indications de sérologie palustre étaient variées, dominées par la splénomégalie (49,3%), les cytopénies (14,7%), la fièvre d’origine indéterminée (13,2%). La quasi-totalité des patients (98,5%) avaient des anticorps antiplasmodiaux avec un titre moyen élevé à 1057,35UI/ml. Il n’existait pas de lien entre l’âge et le titre d’Ac qui était plus élevé pour les cytopénies, les fièvres prolongées et la splénomégalie. Conclusion La sérologie palustre a peu d’intérêt dans notre pratique courante en zone d’endémie car quelque soit le motif de la prescription, les titres étaient élevés. PMID:28690735

  9. Apportioning liability for transborder damages

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    Krause-Ablass, W.-D.

    1988-01-01

    The legal situation in the case of cross border damage being caused by reactor accidents or transportation of nuclear material through more than one country is analysed. Two questions have to be asked - which country's courts have jurisdiction over the claims for damage? and which law is applicable? In considering the jurisdiction problem, the Paris and Vienna Conventions are discussed and also other rules of jurisdiction. The way the law is applicable is discussed in the second section. When the action for liability is based on the Paris or Vienna Convention the issue of reciprocity may arise and this is discussed. After a nuclear incident a potential plaintiff may have a choice amongst various jurisdictions and various available laws. Success may depend on the right choice of the forum chosen. This is illustrated by two examples. (U.K.)

  10. Apportioning liability for transborder damage

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    Krause-Ablass, W.D.

    1988-01-01

    The author analyses the different legal systems applicable to transfrontier nuclear damage. Using examples, he describes the mechanisms enabling a victim of such damage to identify the competent court and the relevant law, according to whether the provisions of the Paris or the Vienna Convention come into play or whether the rules of private international law, incorporated in the various national laws are applicable (NEA) [fr

  11. Bladder carcinoma. Apport MR imaging

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    Roy, C.; Spittler, G.; Jacqmin, D.; Morel, M.

    1991-01-01

    Bladder carcinoma is the second most commun cause of urogenital tumor. It is suspected by abdominal ultrasound and prouved by cystoscopy with biopsy. At present, MR Imaging is the most accurate diagnostic modality for loco-regional staging. Urography is still useful to appreciate urinary tract [fr

  12. Modélisation des installations de chauffage à eau chaude. Les économies d’énergie apportées par la mise en place des pompes à vitesse variable

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    Mirela Slavu

    2007-01-01

    Full Text Available L’objectif visé dans cette étude est la définition et la validation des modèles de simulation hydraulique et thermique des installations de chauffage à eau, bitube, à circulation forcée, avec des radiateurs équipés de robinets thermostatiques. Dans l’environnement du logiciel de simulation TRNSYS, le modèle de simulation de l’installation de chauffage, couplé à un modèle représentatif d’un bâtiment multizone, est ensuite utilisé pour évaluer les économies d’énergie apportées par la mise en place des pompes à vitesse variable. L’étude simulée du fonctionnement et des performances est réalisée pour une installation de chauffage d’un petit bâtiment tertiaire qui aboitte des bureaux. Les simulations sont effectuées dans l’ensemble de la saison de chauffage à l’aide de fichiers météorologiques au pas horaire. L’analyse porte principalement sur les économies d’énergie apportées par la mise en place d’une pompe à vitesse variable avec les deux types de réglage (H=const. et H -- proportionnelle.

  13. Nouvelles formes de gouvernance dans le domaine de l’eau. Apports et limites de la coopération décentralisée dans les pays en développement

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    Raoudha Makkaoui

    2010-09-01

    Full Text Available La problématique de cet article porte sur le rôle de la coopération décentralisée dans le domaine de l’eau, dans la mesure où celle-ci semble pouvoir apporter des réponses concrètes au problème de l’accès universel à l’eau et constituer une nouvelle option pour la communauté internationale. Dans une première partie, on présentera les problèmes rencontrés par les différents modes de gestion de l’eau dans les pays en développement et la façon dont ils ont successivement tenté de satisfaire à certains objectifs bien précis (accès universel à l’eau, réduction des coûts, prise en compte des besoins prioritaires. Dans une deuxième partie, sur la base d’une initiative de coopération décentralisée entre le Conseil régional de Seine-Saint-Denis et la ville marocaine de Figuig, on s’interrogera sur les apports et limites de cette nouvelle forme de partenariat participatif afin d’en évaluer la pérennité ainsi que la « soutenabilité sociale », montrant, de ce fait, sa proximité avec l’économie solidaire.Our paper builds on this issue of decentralized cooperation in the field of water management. Cooperation between decentralized entities in order to ensure the access to safe drinking water for all now constitutes in many places a preferred water governance option. Therefore, in the first part, we will provide an overview of the current difficulties encountered by the various forms of water management in developing countries, showing the solutions that they successively brought to specific issues (access for all, cost reduction, priority needs. In the second part, we will address the particular case of decentralized cooperation between the General Council of Seine-Saint-Denis in the suburbs of Paris, France, in partnership with the city of Figuig in Morocco. We review the insights and limits of such processes that refer to the people’s capabilities, at both individual and collective levels, in

  14. Définition des limites de flexibilité des apports en acides oléique, linoléique et alphalinolénique sur la lipidémie et les paramètres d’athérothrombose chez l’homme : intérêt des huiles végétales combinées

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    Delplanque Bernadette

    2002-07-01

    Full Text Available Les maladies cardiovasculaires représentent le premier problème de santé publique des pays occidentaux. Des études récentes de prévention secondaire ont montré que des régimes maintenant un apport en acide oléique de 10 à 13% de l’apport énergétique total (AET pouvaient protéger de l’apparition d’accidents cardio-vasculaires [8], mais augmenter cet apport d’acide oléique à plus de 20% de l’AET pourrait limiter cet effet bénéfique en induisant une augmentation du LDL-C [12, 34]. Grundy, dans le but de clarifier le ratio nécessaire entre acides gras saturés et insaturés (mono and poly, concluait en 1997 à d’« insufficient data for recommended Oleic intake », et proposait pour le moment 15-16% d’acide oléique à titre de « reasonable compromise ». L’objectif de notre étude était de définir des rapports entre acides oléique, linoléique et alphalinolénique (OL/LA/ALA ratio et de valider l’apport oléique après avoir stabilisé le rapport linoléique/alphalinolénique du régime d’hommes normolipidémiques (n = 40. Pour atteindre 11, 13 et 16% de l’AET sous forme d’acide oléique, nous avons utilisé des huiles de tournesol, de tournesol oléique (HOSO et de colza pour obtenir des mélanges spécifiques ajustés à l’apport en acides gras proposés au protocole. Chacun de ces trois régimes (comportant 11, 13 et 16% d’acide oléique a été suivi pendant 16 semaines et l’épuration postprandiale d’un repas gras (1 000 Kcal, 62,5% lipides a été suivie pendant 8 heures à la fin de chaque période de régime. Les résultats indiquent que la stabilité des paramètres d’athérogenèse évalués à jeun et en postprandial est maintenue à un niveau favorable après ces régimes à 11, 13 et 16% d’apport en acide oléique : il n’y a pas de différences statistiques significatives sur les concentrations à jeun de LDL-C, non-HDL-C, HDL-C, TG, ApoB, ApoAI ou sur l’amplitude de la r

  15. Apport de l'analyse des réseaux sociaux à l'étude des communautés d'apprentissage en ligne Using social network analysis for the study of online learning communities

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    Cédric Sarré

    2012-09-01

    Full Text Available S'il est vrai que de nombreuses recherches ont porté, ces vingt dernières années, sur l'apport de la communication médiatisée par ordinateur (CMO à l'acquisition des langues secondes (L2, peu de travaux se sont intéressés à ce jour à la CMO à base orale (audioconférence et visioconférence et à ses différences et similitudes avec la CMO à base écrite. Cet article se propose d'examiner et de comparer les interactions entre apprenants générées lors de la réalisation de tâches collaboratives en anglais L2 selon trois modes de CMO : le clavardage, la visioconférence et le forum électronique. Les tâches collaboratives ont été proposées aux apprenants dans le cadre du dispositif hybride English for biologists dont l'objectif principal était de favoriser le développement de leur compétence interactionnelle en L2. L'analyse sociométrique des échanges nous permet de mettre en évidence l'influence du mode de CMO utilisé sur la charge interactionnelle (degré de prise en compte de l'autre et sur la configuration des interactions, ainsi que sur l'efficacité de la télécollaboration. Nous en tirons également des conclusions relatives à l'impact du mode de CMO sur l'entrée des apprenants dans la communauté d'apprentissage qui émerge de chacun des groupes de travail auquel ils appartiennent.In spite of the amount of published research on the use of computer-mediated communication (CMC in second language acquisition (SLA in the past twenty years, few of these studies deal with voice-based CMC (audioconferencing and videoconferencing and with how it compares with text-based CMC. This article aims at bridging this gap by examining and comparing learner-to-learner interactions in L2 English that were generated during the completion of collaborative tasks using three different CMC modes: text chat, desktop videoconferencing and discussion board. The collaborative tasks to be completed were part of a blended learning system

  16. Apport de diverses sources de données à la réalisation d’une intervention ergonomique Contribution of various data sources to an ergonomics intervention Contribución de diversas fuentes de datos en la realización de una intervención ergonómica

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    Denys Denis

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    Full Text Available La recherche présentée est une réflexion méthodologique sur la démarche d’intervention en ergonomie. Les objectifs de l’étude étaient de préciser la contribution de neuf sources de données à la réalisation d’une intervention ergonomique. Un suivi a posteriori d’une recherche terrain en intervention visant à réduire les TMS dans un magasin-entrepôt du secteur commerce de détail a été réalisé. Neuf sources de données utilisées classiquement en ergonomie ont été analysées : questionnaires, données d’entretiens, données d’observation. Il ressort que, relativement aux données d’observation, les données d’entretiens apportent plus d’informations et couvrent un plus grand nombre de thèmes. Les données d’observation sont toutefois plus précises. Ce sont les données d’entretiens individuels et les autoconfrontations qui sont les plus riches, car elles permettent un plus grand nombre de liens entre les différents thèmes couverts. Les données d’entretiens contribuent à la construction sociale de l’intervention et à l’évolution des représentations des participants. Les données d’observation, par leur caractère chiffré, ont le pouvoir de convaincre l’employeur de la sévérité des différents problèmes. Il ressort que la majorité des informations recueillies par les diverses sources sont de nouvelles informations (54,7 %, un moins grand nombre étant des précisions (34,6 % ; seulement 11 % des informations sont des confirmations. Ainsi, on continue d’apprendre tout au long des diverses sources de données. Il faut donc voir le diagnostic ergonomique comme se précisant graduellement au travers des différentes sources de données par une construction progressive de l’information tout au long de l’intervention. La conclusion fait le point sur l’apport de cette étude. Les auteurs estiment que l’étude amène une réflexion en profondeur permettant de préciser les

  17. Apport de la tomodensitometrie (TDM) cerebrale chez le sujet adulte ...

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    Methodology : It is about a descriptive and analytical retrospective study over one 36 months period (Mars 1998 at Mars 2001) relating to 68 files of adult patients HIV positive, having made the cerebral. CT with the CHU-Campus or the ... years at the men and 38.5 years among women. The lesions found with cerebral ...

  18. Apport de l'echodoppler cardiaque au diagnostic des endocardites ...

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    ... a la clinique cardiologique du Chu campus de Lome : A propos de 32 cas. ... hospital of Lome, during 5 years (1st January 2000 to December, 31, 2004). These patients had profited from a clinical examination, 6 hémocultures at least and a ...

  19. Les agendas 21 locaux : quels apports sous quelles latitudes ?

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    Full Text Available Since the Rio conference, several thousands local agendas 21 have assisted the penetration of the concept of sustainable development at the local level. This article presents a synthesis of the approaches employed by local authorities in 9 European countries, with an emphasis on the benefits and limitations presented by the local agendas 21 in place. We characterised the specificities of French local authorities and determined the geographical dimensions of the mobilisation in favour of local agendas 21.

  20. Changes in cotton gin energy consumption apportioned by ten functions

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    The public is concerned about air quality and sustainability. Cotton producers, gin owners and plant managers are concerned about rising energy prices. Both have an interest in cotton gin energy consumption trends. Changes in cotton gins’ energy consumption over the past fifty years, a period of ...

  1. The apport of functional cerebral imaging in the psychiatric pathology

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    Maktouf, Ch.; Kotzki, P.O.; Humbert, Th.

    1992-01-01

    Recent advances in medical brain imaging using structural and functional brain imaging techniques have contributed to the investigation of the living human brain. These new techniques hold great promise for the evaluation and understanding mental disorders. We report the position emission tomography (PET) and the more widely available single emission photon (SPECT) studies, as functional brain imaging, to assess regional cerebral metabolism and blood flow in psychiatric illness. (author)

  2. Apports nutritionnels, dépense et bilan énergétiques chez l’homme et les primates non-humains : aspects méthodologiques Nutritional intakes, energy expenditure and energy balance in human and non-human primates: methodological aspects

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    Laurent Tarnaud

    2011-02-01

    Full Text Available Cet article est une revue des méthodes de terrain et des techniques de laboratoire, traditionnelles et récentes, qui permettent d’évaluer les apports alimentaires et nutritionnels, les profils d’activité, la dépense énergétique et les réserves énergétiques corporelles des primates humains et non-humains. Cette revue a pour objectif de faire le point sur l’avancement des techniques utilisées pour estimer les paramètres énergétiques en anthropobiologie. Les primates non-humains et l’homme partagent un certain nombre de traits psycho-physiologiques issus des processus d’adaptation biologique à l’environnement et/ou liés à l’inertie phylogénétique. Identifier les mécanismes qui président à la dynamique énergétique chez les primates non-humains permet ainsi de situer certaines des bases biologiques partagées avec l’homme dans le contexte de l’évolution. Cette revue s'attache donc à présenter les méthodes en dégageant, lorsqu’ils existent, les points de recoupement des différentes approches méthodologiques appliquées à l’homme et aux primates non-humains. Par ailleurs, des comparaisons inter-populationnelles au sein de l’espèce humaine ou chez des primates non-humains permettent de préciser les relations entre les variables écologiques et les adaptations énergétiques. Dans cet article le lecteur trouvera différentes méthodes, présentées dans différents chapitres, selon qu'il s'intéresse à décrire et quantifier les apports alimentaires, nutritionnels et énergétiques des individus dans des conditions environnementales spécifiques, mesurer les dépenses énergétiques associées aux activités ou déterminer le statut nutritionnel et la composition corporelle des individus ou encore préciser le rôle des composés secondaires sur la sélection des items alimentaires et les propriétés pharmacologiques des plantes consommées. À l’origine descriptives, les méthodes actuelles

  3. Capitalisme raisonnable et développement durable : quels apports possibles à partir de l’institutionnalisme de John  ‎‏R. Commons ? Reasonable Capitalism and Sustainable Development: Potential Contributions from John R. Commons’ Institutionalism

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    Full Text Available La problématique du développement durable interpelle directement le fonctionnement du capitalisme depuis une bonne dizaine d’années, en appelant à des changements dont l’ampleur varie en fonction des acceptions de la durabilité retenues. L’article tente de préciser les apports possibles de l’institutionnalisme de J.R. Commons à l’analyse d’une « action collective environnementale » représentative d’une volonté de structurer les conflits au sein d’un capitalisme durable. Après avoir rappelé les principales questions qui se posent au sujet de la compatibilité du capitalisme à la problématique du développement durable, nous analysons la pertinence des concepts avancés par J.R. Commons pour l’émergence d’un capitalisme durable. Pour cela, nous soulignons plus particulièrement la fécondité des principes du capitalisme raisonnable tels que définis par cet auteur, et leur proximité potentielle avec le développement durable. En se démarquant sensiblement de la posture de l’économie politique classique, l’institutionnalisme de Commons introduit en effet une opportunité intéressante pour la compréhension des enjeux de la durabilité. Puis nous nous interrogeons sur les difficultés d’une transposition de ces principes aux enjeux actuels de la définition d’un capitalisme durable, en insistant sur les limites d’une application des concepts de « valeur raisonnable » et de « transactions » aux démarches d’intégration des contraintes environnementales dans les comportements économiques du capitalisme contemporain.For over a decade, the concept of sustainable development questions the very functioning of capitalism by calling for changes of various magnitude depending on the underlying meaning given to this concept. This paper aims at specifying the potential contributions of John R. Commons’ institutionalism to the analysis of « environmental collective action ». The latter

  4. Préférence et sensibilité aux aliments apportant les goûts gras, sucré, salé et amer et état pondéral [Preference and sensitivity to food providing fatty, sweet, salty and bitter tastes, and weight status

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    Ouassila ALLAM

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    Full Text Available Résumé Introduction. Le goût est une modalité sensorielle chimique qui permet d'apprécier les saveurs d'une substance ingérée. Il joue un rôle essentiel dans la sélection des aliments. Objectif. Déterminer le niveau de sensibilité gustative aux goûts gras, sucré, salé et amer, à travers les préférences alimentaires et étudier le lien possible avec l’état pondéral. Matériel et méthodes. L’étude a porté sur 210 jeunes adultes (F/H, 157/53 âgés de 18 à 30 ans. Les mesures anthropométriques concernent le poids et la taille. Le questionnaire utilisé a permis l'évaluation des préférences alimentaires en relation avec différentes saveurs. Le niveau de sensibilité est estimé à partir des scores moyens de préférence attribués à chaque groupe d’aliments apportant le goût étudié. L’analyse statistique est réalisée avec le logiciel StatView. Résultats. Notre population compte 45,7% de sujets en surpoids dont 20% d’obèses. Le pourcentage du surpoids est plus élevé chez les femmes que chez les hommes (p=0,04. Une relation significative est trouvée entre la préférence au gras rajouté et l’état pondéral des adultes (p=0,0003. Aucune différence significative n’est trouvée entre le niveau de préférence ou de sensibilité pour les aliments sucrés, salés ou amers et l’état pondéral des adultes. Conclusion. Les adultes en surpoids présentent le niveau de préférence le plus faible et sont les moins sensibles par rapport au gras rajouté, ce qui peut influencer l’état pondéral par une consommation excessive d’aliments riches en gras. [ Abstract Introduction. Taste is a chemical sensory modality allowing to appreciate the flavors of an ingested substance. It plays an essential role in food choice. Objective. To define the level of taste sensitivity to fatty, sweet, salty and bitter tastes through food preferences and to study the possible link with weight status. Material and

  5. REVIEWS OF BOOKS : BOEKRESENSIES

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    Gastro-intestinal symptoms due to poisonous reptiles and insects; parasites .... processus participant a('arret des saignements et ala prevention des hemorragies ... on a high scientific plane, were registered on sound film and edited.

  6. Apportioning our time and energy: oral presentation, poster, journal article or other?

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    Cleary, Michelle; Walter, Garry

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    There is a general expectation for health service employees to present their work in oral or written format to showcase clinical ideas, innovations, service developments, and quality and research initiatives. This research note outlines the types of forums where work can be presented and highlights their relative merits. It is anticipated that this discussion will be of interest to clinicians, managers and researchers when considering where best to present their work.

  7. (Glycine max L. (Merril) à l'apport des biomasses vertes de Tithonia ...

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    30 mars 2013 ... des biomasses de Tithonia diversifolia (10143 kg /hectare) comme fertilisant constituerait un atout majeur pour l'accroissement des rendements du soja dans un contexte de dégradation des sols et de prix élevé des engrais minéraux. Mots clés : biomasse de Tithonia diversifolia, fumure organique, soja, ...

  8. L'Apport des Nouvelles Technologies de l'Information et de la ...

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    This transition which started in 1995, effectively took place in 1998 as a result of the hundredth anniversary of cinema. In order to better understand this transitional phenomenon, a case study was conducted on the films Bodyguard, dubbed in French using the traditional method in 1992 and Welcome back, also dubbed in ...

  9. Enseignement du français les apports de la recherche en linguistique

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    Avanzi, Mathieu; Corminboeuf, Gilles; Gachet, Frederic

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    Cet ouvrage propose une reflexion collective sur la maniere dont l'enseignement du francais peut tirer profit (des resultats) de la recherche en linguistique. Le passage de la recherche a l'enseignement pose des questions fondamentales : comment traduire les travaux de recherche vers les contenus d'enseignement ? Comment choisir parmi les resultats de la recherche ceux qui ont vocation a etre adaptes utilement pour les besoins des apprenants ? Comment traiter le decalage souvent evoque entre le contenu des moyens d'enseignement et l'etat du savoir sur la langue ?

  10. Les données recueillies par le Zimbabwe sur la pauvreté : un apport ...

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    intensive manufacturing promote economic mobility? » La 48e réunion annuelle de la Banque asiatique de développement (BAD) a eu lieu du 2 au 5 décembre 2015 en Azerbaïdjan. Voir davantageActivité antérieure – « From factory floor to the ...

  11. Apport de l'imagerie dans le diagnostic des sacroiliites infectieuses : à propos de 19 cas

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    Abid, Hanen; Chaabouni, Salim; Frikha, Faten; Toumi, Nozha; Souissi, Basma; Lahiani, Dorra; Bahloul, Zouhir; Ben Mahfoudh, Khaireddine

    2014-01-01

    Les sacro-iliites infectieuses méritent d’être mieux connues. Leur diagnostic est souvent retardé en raison d'une symptomatologie trompeuse et des diffcultés d'exploration de l'articulation sacro-iliaque. Notre travail est basé sur une étude rétrospective portant sur les cas de SII, recueillis sur une période comprise entre 1997 et 2008 dans notre centre universitaire Sfax-Tunisie. Le diagnostic de sacro-iliite était retenu en présence d'arguments cliniques et radiologiques d'atteinte sacroiliaque. Nous rapportons dix neuf cas de sacroiliites infectieuses (10 hommes et 9 femmes), avec un âge moyen de 32 ans. L'atteinte était unilatérale dans tous les cas. Les radiographies standard faites dans tous les cas ont été suggestives dans 14 cas et normales dans les autres cas. La TDM faite dans 13 cas a montré, un abcès des parties molles dans 8 cas et un séquestre osseux dans 2 cas. L'IRM réalisée dans 8 cas, a objectivé une infiltration des parties molles dans tous les cas et un abcès dans 3 cas. Le germe a été identifié dans 9 cas (3 cas de tuberculose, 3 cas de brucellose, 2 sacro-iliites à pyogène et un cas de candidose). Cette identification était faite par biopsie dans 3 cas, hémocultures dans 2 cas, prélèvement au niveau de la porte d'entrée dans 1 cas et sérodiagnostic dans 3 cas. Pour les autres cas, l'origine pyogène a été retenue sur des arguments cliniques et biologiques. L'imagerie joue un rôle primordial dans le diagnostic précoce et l'orientation étiologique d'une sacroiliite infectieuse. PMID:25120884

  12. Volatility of source apportioned wintertime organic aerosol in the city of Athens

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    Louvaris, Evangelos E.; Florou, Kalliopi; Karnezi, Eleni; Papanastasiou, Dimitrios K.; Gkatzelis, Georgios I.; Pandis, Spyros N.

    2017-06-01

    The volatility distribution of ambient organic aerosol (OA) and its components was measured during the winter of 2013 in the city of Athens combining a thermodenuder (TD) and a High Resolution Time-of-Flight Aerosol Mass Spectrometer (HR-ToF-AMS). Positive Matrix Factorization (PMF) analysis of both the ambient and the thermodenuder AMS-spectra resulted in a four-factor solution for the OA, namely: hydrocarbon-like OA (HOA), biomass burning OA (BBOA), cooking OA (COA), and oxygenated OA (OOA). The thermograms of the four factors were analyzed and the corresponding volatility distributions were estimated using the volatility basis set (VBS). All four factors included compounds with a wide range of effective volatilities from 10 to less than 10-4 μg m-3 at 298 K. Almost 40% of the HOA consisted of low-volatility organic compounds (LVOCs) with the semi-volatile compounds (SVOCs) representing roughly 30%, while the remaining 30% consisted of extremely low volatility organic compounds (ELVOCs). BBOA was more volatile than the HOA factor on average, with 10% ELVOCs, 40% LVOCs, and 50% SVOCs. 10% of the COA consisted of ELVOCs, another 65% LVOCs, and 50% SVOCs. Finally, the OOA was the least volatile factor and included 40% ELVOCs, 25% LVOCs, and 35% SVOCs. Combining the volatility distributions and the O:C ratios of the various factors, we placed our results in the 2D-VBS analysis framework of Donahue et al. (2012). HOA and BBOA are in the expected region but also include an ELVOC component. COA is in similar range as HOA, but on average is half an order of magnitude more volatile. The OOA in these wintertime conditions had a moderate O:C ratio and included both semi-volatile and extremely low volatility components. The above results are sensitive to the assumed values of the effective vaporization enthalpy and the accommodation coefficient. A reduction of the accommodation coefficient by an order of magnitude or the reduction of the vaporization enthalpy by 20 kJ mol-1 results in the increase of the average volatility by half an order of magnitude.

  13. Anguilles estuariennes et fluviales : apports de l'otolithométrie

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    La zonation de l'otolithe, interprétée par rapport à la croissance des poissons, décrit deux écotypes dans la population d'anguilles de la Vilaine : un écotype fluvial dont la croissance est perturbée et ralentie, et un écotype estuarien dont la croissance est plus régulière. Cette partition de la population est cohérente avec les caractéristiques environnementales des deux milieux. Elle pourrait par ailleurs constituer un indice de l'impact des aménagements des bassins versants sur la croissance, la durée du cycle biologique et la dynamique des populations d'anguilles. Il apparaît alors nécessaire de considérer séparément les sous-unités estuariennes et fluviales des stocks d'anguilles des bassins versants de la Vilaine et de la Loire, en particulier pour étudier la diminution des abondances.

  14. Apport de l'endoscopie digestive dans l'hypertension portale de l ...

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    ... le rôle de l'endoscopie dans le traitement et la surveillance. Méthodes: Notre étude est une analyse rétrospective de 135 endoscopies digestives hautes effectuées chez 68 enfants atteints d'hypertension portale sur une période de 8 ans. Résultats: L'endoscopie a permis de mettre en évidence les varices oesogastriques ...

  15. Apport de l'echographie dans les contusions abdominales de l ...

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    Conclusion : l'échographie joue un rôle déterminant dans le bilan lésionnel dans les contusions abdominales, cependant son utilisation reste limitée dans le domaine pédiatrique au CHU SO de Lomé, d'où la nécessité d'une plus large diffusion de cet outil diagnostic. Mots clés : contusion abdominale, enfant, échographie, ...

  16. Three electron beams from a laser-plasma wakefield accelerator and the energy apportioning question

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    Yang, X.; Brunetti, E.; Gil, D.R.; Welsh, G.H.; Li, F.Y.; Cipiccia, S.; Ersfeld, B.; Grant, D.W.; Grant, P.A.; Islam, M.R.; Tooley, M.P.; Vieux, Grégory; Wiggins, S.M.; Sheng, Z.M.; Jaroszynski, D.A.

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    Roč. 7, Mar (2017), s. 1-7, č. článku 43910. ISSN 2045-2322 R&D Projects: GA MŠk EF15_008/0000162; GA MŠk LQ1606 EU Projects: European Commission(XE) 654148 - LASERLAB-EUROPE Grant - others:ELI Beamlines(XE) CZ.02.1.01/0.0/0.0/15_008/0000162 Institutional support: RVO:68378271 Keywords : relativistic electrons * driven * radiation * wake * dosimetry * regime * code Subject RIV: BL - Plasma and Gas Discharge Physics OBOR OECD: Fluids and plasma physics (including surface physics) Impact factor: 4.259, year: 2016

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    pathology in 7.5% and peritoneal pathology in 7% of cases. Of all the diseases identified by the association ... HSG and TUV had identical performances on the peritoneal pathology. The association HSG-ETV should be systematic in ..... frequency of endometrial polyps in endometriosis. J. Am Assoc Gynecol Laparosc 2003 ...

  18. Histoire de la traduction au XXe siècle : l’apport de Michel Ballard

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    Este trabajo tiene como temática “la historia de la traducción en el siglo XX”, y más en concreto la aportación de una de las figuras más importantes de la traducción en Francia, Michel Ballard. A lo largo del trabajo expondré la obra y pensamiento de Ballard, centrándome en temas como la traducción, su historia, la relación entre traducción y traductología, o la importancia del contacto entre culturas y lenguas. El fallecimiento en el transcurso de nuestro trabajo de esta figura cumbre...

  19. Identité et cognition : apports de la psychologie et de la neuroscience cognitives

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    Accessible même aux non-spécialistes, cet ouvrage exhaustif et pluridisciplinaire offre un panorama actuel des connaissances sur la conscience de soi. Il décrit les différentes facettes de la conscience de soi et présente les résultats principaux des études ayant exploré les relations entre la conscience de soi, la perception, l’attention, l’action, les émotions, la mémoire autobiographique, la projection mentale dans le futur et l’identité. Rédigé par des neuropsychologues, des neurologues e...

  20. Principales lignes structurales du Maroc nord-oriental : apport de la gravimétrie

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    Chennouf, Touria; Khattach, Driss; Milhi, Abdellah; Andrieux, Pierre; Keating, Pierre

    2007-05-01

    The present work is based on various filtered maps (horizontal derivative, upward continuation) and Euler deconvolution of the gravity data from northeastern Morocco. These results allow the delineation of many geological structures, such as faults, basins, or diapirs. Some of these structures are hidden totally or partially by the Mesozoic and Cenozoic cover. The results were used to make a structural map of the study area; this map confirms the existence of several faults, localised or inferred, from former geological studies. It complements information on some of them and outlines a great number of deep or near-surface faults that had remained unknown until the present time. The major features show two principal directions: N080°-085° and N055°-065°, with a predominance of the latter, and their depth can reach 4500 m. The N080°-085° directions correspond to the Kebdana, Sidi Bouhouria, Naima, and Guefait faults, and the N055°-065° directions correspond to a fault parallel to the Mediterranean coast and the Moulouya, Madagh, Angad, and Zekkara faults.

  1. L'apport de la sociolinguistique la lexicographie: l'exemple rcent des ...

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    des données sociolinguistiques fournies dans le cadre du projet de recherche Valibel, il s'interroge enfin sur la pertinence ..... les exemples mentionnés, voire les définitions, sont souvent plus courts dans le. NPR 2008, même si ..... La lexicographie variationniste dispose à cet égard de plus d'outils que la grammaire. Ainsi.

  2. Apports de la diplomatie de la santé mondiale aux systèmes de ...

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    La santé est en voie de s'imposer comme un élément incontournable des négociations mondiales, que celles-ci portent sur le commerce, la croissance économique ou le développement social. De nouveaux travaux de recherche aideront l'Afrique à accroître son pouvoir de négociation au chapitre de la diplomatie de la ...

  3. Apport de la scintigraphie renale dans l'exploration d'un syndrome ...

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    Les aspects étiopathogéniques et la place de l'imagerie médicale notamment de la scintigraphie aussi bien dans la prise en charge diagnostique que thérapeutique sont discutées à la lumière de la littérature. Mots clés : Syndrome de jonction pyélo-uréterale, ectopie rénale, Scintigraphie rénale, pays en développement.

  4. Thyroid carcinoma, hyperthyroidism and iodine intake; Carcinome thyroidien, hyperthyroidie et apport iode

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    Als, C.; Netzer, P.; Gedeon, P.; Glaser, C.; Seiler, C.; Markwalder, R.; Laissue, J.; Roesler, H. [Universite de Berne, Berne (Switzerland)

    1997-12-31

    The absolute iodine intake, slowly ameliorated, in a population influences the epidemiology of thyroid carcinoma (TC) and of hyperthyroidism (HT). We have retrospectively evaluated the frequencies of associated TC and HT in a pre-Alpine region over a period amounting up to more than 30 years. The iodide salt (5 - 10 - 20 mg KI/kg since 1922 - 1962 - 1980) have progressively corrected the severe iodine deficit, prevailing at the beginning of century. The patients treated for TC by surgery and/or {sup *}I in our hospital have been grouped in 3 periods: A (before 1971), B (1971 - 1983) and C (1984 - 1996), according to the diagnosis of malignity. Recorded were the number/type of associated TC (histology/or cytology) and HT (blood/clinic/scintigraphy by {sup *}I dosages). (GB = disease of Graves-Basedow, UFA/MFA = HT by uni- or multifocal functional autonomy, FC = follicular C, PC = papillary C, AC anaplas.C). On 925 TC, the FC has fallen from 64% down to 32%, the TC increased from 25% up to 60%, while the AC and other different C were of stable frequencies. The low frequency of AC has remained stable and it was not associated to HT. The associated HT (n = 97) were UFA in 60% to 13%, MFA (around {+-} 30%) and GB in 10% to 40% of cases. In conclusion, at 70 years since its introduction, the effect of iodide salt remains beneficent. Actually, the epidemiologic evolution described in 1963 by Walthard maintains. Due to the continues slope down of FC and up of PC in Berne during the period 1945 -1996 the general prognostication of TC continues to improve 16 years after the last augmentation of iodine in salt in Switzerland. The general decrease of UFA following the major correction of iodine deficit explains its less frequent association with the TC

  5. LUTTE CONTRE LE CANCER AU MAROC - L’APPORT DE LA FONDATION LALLA SALMA

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    Full Text Available Depuis la création de la Fondation Lalla Salma le 22 novembre 2005, la lutte contre le cancer au Maroc est devenue une priorité de santé publique. A cet effet, la Fondation et le Ministère de la Santé ont développé le Plan National de Prévention et de Contrôle du Cancer 2010-2019. Dans ce cadre, la Fondation mène des actions dans les domaines de la sensibilisation, de la prévention, de la détection précoce et de l’accès aux soins. De plus, la Fondation développe des activités de solidarité sociale par la construction de "Maisons de vie" pour les patients et leurs proches, la création d’un réseau de bénévoles à travers le Royaume, le développement des soins palliatifs à domicile et le soutien scolaire des orphelins du cancer.Sous le leadership de Son Altesse Royale La Princesse Lalla Salma, La Fondation mobilise les fonds nécessaires, coordonne les différentes actions et fédère les différents intervenants dans la lutte contre le cancer.En tant qu’Ambassadrice de bonne volonté de l'OMS pour la promotion de la prévention et des soins du cancer, Son Altesse Royale a aussi un rôle important dans la plaidoirie pour la lutte contre le cancer dans le monde, et soutient plusieurs pays africains pour la mise en place de programmes de prévention et de contrôle du cancer et d’accès aux médicaments.

  6. Estimation de l'apport en mercure à partir de la consommation de ...

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    2Laboratoire Central pour l'Hygiène Alimentaire et l'Agro-industrie, LANADA, Ministère de la production animale et des ressources halieutiques, 04 .... Direction des Productions Halieutiques de Côte d'Ivoire (DPH) et celles du système de contrôle de l'environnement de l'Organisation Mondiale de la Santé. Les quantités ...

  7. Pulmonary embolism: spiral CT evaluation; Embolie pulmonaire: apport de la tomodensitometrie helicoidale

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    Senac, J.P.; Vernhet, H.; Bousquet, C.; Giron, J.; Pieuchot, P.; Durand, G.; Benezet, O.; Aubas, P. [Centre Hospitalier Universitaire, 34 - Montpellier (France)

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    Purpose: Spiral computed tomography was compared retrospectively with digital substraction pulmonary angiography (PA) in 45 patients suspected of having acute or chronic pulmonary embolism. Materials and method : 45 patients in whom the presence of acute or chronic pulmonary embolism was suspected underwent examination by spiral CT and PA. Diagnosis of pulmonary embolism was based on the direct visualization of intraluminal clots. The study of the agreement between the two methods was based on the Kappa test. In 35 cases, pulmonary emboli were proved. Acute pulmonary emboli were present in 28 cases and chronic in 7 cases. Results: Spiral computed tomography represents an excellent way to detect acute pulmonary embolism. In the chronic form, spiral CT is better than PA to detect intraluminal clots. However, Spiral CT can fail to detect small emboli in the peripheral arterial bed. In the 10 patients without pulmonary embolism, the spiral CT proved diagnosis pulmonary oedema (n=3), lymphangi-carcinoma (n=4), pleural effusion (n=3). Conclusion: This study suggest that the spiral CT examination is accurate for diagnosis of pulmonary embolism specifically in case of suspected important embolism. The advantages of spiral CT are multiple (non invasive, wide diagnosis spectrum). However, may be a limitation to is use is insufficient distal thrombi detection. This eventuality (5 to 10% in the Pioped study) justify the practice of pulmonary angiography. Spiral CT improvements should reduce this insufficiency in the next future. (Authors). 16 refs., 4 figs., 3 tabs.

  8. MODELISATION DU RISQUE DANS LES METHODOLOGIES D'AUDIT : APPORT DE LA PSYCHOMETRIE

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    Audit decision in risk situations was studied by researchers using normative and descriptive approaches issued from mathematics and economic sciences. We explain the impact of psycholgy resarch conduced by Kahneman and Tversky on the approach of auditors judgment. Key words : Decision, Judgment, Rationality, Heuristics.; Le thème de la décision en situation d'incertitude a été abordé par les recherches en audit en utilisant des approches normatives et descriptives issues des mathématiques et ...

  9. Kyste arachnoidien intra et supra sellaire: apport de l'IRM | Badaoui ...

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    Les kystes arachnoïdiens intrasellaires sont rares et souvent étendus en suprasellaire. Leur diagnostic doit être évoqué devant toute formation de nature kystique dont le signal est identique à celui du liquide cérébro-spinal. Nous rapportons le cas d'un kyste arachnoïdien de siège intra et suprasellaire révélé par une ...

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    25 oct. 2016 ... Nowadays, new information and communication technologies (NICTs) ... 2Senior Lecturer, Audiovisual Translation and Computer Assisted Translation, ASTI, University of ... touche les produits et services en ligne (Internet).

  11. L'apport de l'imagerie dans le diagnostic de la tu- berculose uro ...

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    D'où le concours de l'imagerie dans le diagnostic et la mise en route du traitement médical. ... tère lombaire selon la technique de Boari. Le ... La sérologie VIH était négative. Les suites ... la recherche de BK (uroculture) s'est révélé positif ; la ...

  12. Influence d'un apport fractionné en potassium et en azote sur la ...

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    31 oct. 2015 ... Influence of a fractional contribution in potassium and nitrogen on the ... dependence for this fruit-vegetable in view of its high demand by consumers. ... Journal of Applied Biosciences 94:8789 – 8800 ... fertilité des sols et de minimiser les impacts sur .... une répétition. ...... Effects of different levels of urea on.

  13. Apport diagnostique de la cervicotomie exploratrice: étude rétrospective de 300 cas

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    Darouassi, Youssef; Chihani, Mehdi; Touati, Mohamed Mliha; Ammar, Haddou; Bouaity, Brahim

    2015-01-01

    Les tuméfactions cervicales représentent un motif fréquent de consultation, et les adénopathies en constituent l’étiologie la plus fréquente. L'examen clinique et les bilans paracliniques permettent, dans la majorité des cas de retrouver une étiologie. Néanmoins certaines de ces tuméfactions restent d'origine non précisée, portant donc l'indication d'une cervicotomie exploratrice. Il s'agit d'une étude rétrospective d'une série de 300 cas de tuméfactions cervicales isolées colligées au service d'ORL de l'hôpital militaire Avicenne de Marrakech entre 2001 et 2014. Tous nos patients ont bénéficié d'une cervicotomie exploratrice avec étude anatomo-pathologique. L’âge des patients varie entre 1 et 76 ans avec un âge moyen de 32,57 ans et une légère prédominance masculine de 52%. La symptomatologie qui a motivé une consultation chez 81% des patients était la tuméfaction latérocervicale. La localisation la plus fréquente était sous mandibulaire (33,34%). Les tuméfactions d'installation progressive ont été retrouvées chez 93,34% des patients. Les principales étiologies retrouvées dans notre étude après examen anatomopathologique étaient de deux types: soit d'origine ganglionnaire dominées par la tuberculose ganglionnaire cervicale (53,66%), le lymphome malin non hodgkinien (6,66%), les adénites réactionnelles non spécifiques (4,66%), la maladie deHodgkin (4,33%) et les métastases ganglionnaires cervicales (3,33%); soit d'origine non ganglionnaire dont le lipome cervicale (17,66%), les kystes branchiaux (6%), les kystes du tractus thyréoglosse (1,66%) et le lymphangiome kystique (1,66%). A la lumière des résultats obtenus et des données de la littérature, nous allons discuter l'intérêt et l'utilité de la cervicotomie exploratrice dans le diagnostic étiologique des tuméfactions cervicales lorsque les examens cliniques et paracliniques ne sont pas concluants, et ainsi d'analyser les aspects épidémiologiques, cliniques et paracliniques des différentes étiologies retrouvées. La cervicotomie exploratrice reste, avec l’étude anatomo-pathologique, un outil nécessaire pour le diagnostic de certitude de certaines tuméfactions cervicales malgré son caractère invasif. PMID:27022424

  14. Effects of Source-Apportioned Coarse Particulate Matter (PM) on Allergic Responses in Mice

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    The Cleveland Multiple Air Pollutant Study (CMAPS) is one of the first comprehensive studies conducted to evaluate particulate matter (PM) over local and regional scales. Cleveland and the nearby Ohio River Valley impart significant regional sources of air pollution including coa...

  15. Assurer l'apport des pays du Sud à l'action mondiale | CRDI - Centre ...

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    10 juin 2016 ... ... des chaînes d'approvisionnement et des systèmes d'information –, la Commission recommande 10 mesures précises en lien avec d'autres initiatives de renforcement des systèmes de santé global. Il est essentiel d'établir de tels liens, car les produits ne représentent qu'une infime partie d'un système de ...

  16. APPLICATION HYDRAULIQUE DE LA TECHNIQUE GRAPHIQUE DE BERGERON AUX ACCIDENTS VASCULAIRES CÉRÉBRAUX : LE COUP DE BÉLIER HYDRAULIQUE Á L’ORIGINE D’UNE CAVITATION ENGENDRANT UN PHÉNOMÈNE DE THIXOTROPIE. LE MIRACLE DE SAINT JANVIER : HYPOTHESE SUR L’ORIGINE DE L’HEMORRAGIE CEREBRALE DU SUJET HYPERTENDU.

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    Venet , Richard; Léger , Philippe; Pavie , Alain

    2013-01-01

    Un poète de l’entre deux guerres a décrit les circonstances de son accident vasculaire cérébral, nous évoquant « un coup de bélier hydraulique ». Pour Ahlqvist l’hémorragie cérébrale est secondaire à l’embolisation (occlusion instantanée) d’une artère cérébrale engendrant ainsi un coup de bélier responsable de la fissuration d’un micro-anévrisme de Charcot. Nous nous proposons dans cet article d’exposer le plus compendieusement possible la théorie du coup de bélier hydraulique. Appliquant cet...

  17. Original Paper Amélioration du sol dégradé par l'apport d'engrais ...

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    disponible les éléments minéraux essentiels dans le sol pour soutenir la production. En saison A, le rendement supérieur du groupe a été observé avec le traitement à base de T. diversifolia (1398.1 kg/ha) contre le témoin qui a enregistré un rendement faible du groupe soit 885.5 kg/ha. Comparativement à la saison.

  18. A source mixing model to apportion PAHs from coal tar and asphalt binders in street pavements and urban aquatic sediments

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    Ahrens, M.J.; Depree, C.V. [National Institute of Water & Atmospheric Research, Hamilton (New Zealand)

    2010-12-15

    Present-day and more than 30 years old road and footpath pavements from Auckland, New Zealand were analysed for PAHs to test the hypothesis that coal tar based pavement binders contribute to unusually high PAH concentrations in adjacent stream and estuarine sediments Total PAH ({Sigma}{sub 28}PAH) concentrations in the dichloromethane-soluble fraction ('binder'), comprising 5-10% of pavement mass, were as high as 200 000 mg kg{sup -1}(10 000 mg kg{sup -1} in binder + aggregate) Older and deeper pavement layers were strongly pyrogenic, whereas pavement layers from recently sealed roads had a more petrogenic composition and more than 1000 times lower Sigma(28)PAH concentrations. Source identification analysis using three PAH isomer ratio pairs (benz(a)anthracene/(benz(a)anthracene + chrysene), benzo(a)pyrene/(benzo(a)pyrene + benzo(e)pyrene)), and indeno(1,2,3-cd)pyrene/(indeno(1,2,3-cd)pyrene + benzo(g,h,i)perylene) revealed low PAH (bitumen) pavements to have consistently lower isomer ratios than high PAH (coal tar) samples. A concentration-weighted mixing model, with coal tar and bitumen as source materials, explained more than 80% of the variance in isomer ratios and enveloped the entire PAH compositional and concentration range encountered PAH composition and concentrations in adjacent stream sediments ({gt} 15 mg kg{sup -1} dry weight) were consistent with diluted coal tar material as a principal PAH source. Due to the very high PAH concentrations of coal tar, a coal tar content of as little as 0.01% of total sediment mass can account for more than 90% of PAH concentrations in adjacent stream sediments.

  19. Duodenal leiomyoma. A case report. Leiomyome duodenal. Apports de l'imagerie a propos d'un cas

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    Benziane, K.; Ballorain, X.; Kalfon, M. (Hopital Camille Guerin, 86 -Chatellerault (France)); Vandermarcq, P. (Hopital Jean-Bernard, 86 - Poitiers (France))

    1994-05-01

    A leiomyoma of the duodenum was revealed by chronic anaemia. Radiography, echography and computed tomography provided images leading to the diagnosis of a 11 cm regular, homogenous sub-serous tumour of the duodenum without loco-regional or distant extension. The radiographic images suggested a benign tumour confirmed by the pathology examination. (authors). 22 refs.

  20. LES PREVISIONS DES ANALYSTES FINANCIERS ET LES INCORPORELS : LES IAS/IFRS APPORTENT-ELLES UNE AMELIORATION ?

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    Lenormand , Gaëlle; Touchais , Lionel

    2017-01-01

    International audience; Due to the identification and assessment difficulties, the accounting system does not always adequately take into account the intangibles. With the IFRS, there are new accounting rules for these items. The article aims to analyze whether these changes convey more useful information for intangible assets with an improvement of analysts' earnings forecasts. To test this question, we use a sample of 209 firms listed on Euronext over 9 years with the national GAAP from 200...

  1. The contribution of economic theory to the energy debates; L'apport de la theorie economique aux debats energetiques

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    Percebois, J

    1999-11-01

    This paper proposes a brief overview of the contributions of the micro- and macro-economic theory to the answer of the following four main questions: 1 - how will change the world energy demand with respect to the economic activity and what will be the determining factors of this demand, globally and per energy source? What are the respective roles of energy prices and technological innovations? How will change the petroleum price and what will be the share of economical and political weight in this change? 2 - how passing on this price to the end-user taking into consideration the national preferences? Is there an optimum price when the energy producing, transporting and distributing company is a monopoly? 3 - what is the optimal structure of a network industry? 4 - how to integrate the local and global externalities characteristic of the energy sector in the economical calculus? (J.S.)

  2. Progressions thématiques et anaphorisation. L’apport informationnel des procédés de reprise

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    Ondřej Pešek

    2012-09-01

    Full Text Available The aim of the article is to examine the relation between the functional sentence perspective and the main noun anaphoric devices. The role of anaphoric expressions is observed within the theme-rheme articulation of sentences linked by different types of thematic progressions. We show that anaphora, which is necessarily co-referential with its antecedent, may bring new information on the object of the speech. The informational contribution of the anaphoric expression depends on the lexical choice: it can be null, in this case anaphora is merely a device of textual cohesion, or not, in this case anaphora contributes to the informational progression of the text.

  3. L’APPORT DE LA SOCIOLOGIE PRAGMATIQUE FRANÇAISE AUX ÉTUDES CRITIQUES EN MANAGEMENT

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    Benjamin Taupin

    2015-02-01

    Full Text Available French pragmatic sociology (PS, inspired by the work of Luc Boltanski and Laurent Thévenot, is being increasingly used by organizational management studies. However, the critical dimension of this approach has not yet been integrated for the benefit of knowledge in management and organizations (MOK. In this article, we elaborate on the contribution that PS can represent for critical management studies (CMS. As a ‘science of the players’ science’ [science de la science des acteurs], we suggest that PS is fertile for the development of a critical performativity. In particular, we demonstrate that the approach allows shedding light on the new and more complex forms of domination exerted in contemporary organizations. Using empirical studies of organizations employing PS, we demonstrate how the concepts of compromise and test developed by this approach offer tools that allow renewing the critique of organizations for the benefit of MOK.

  4. Atteintes amygdaliennes et troubles émotionnels dans la maladie d'Alzheimer : apport de nouvelles pistes pour le diagnostic

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    Klein Koerkamp , Yanica ,

    2013-01-01

    The diagnosis of “Alzheimer's” disease (AD) relies on neuropsychological tests demonstrating massive memory decline, which is mainly associated with hippocampus lesions. In parallel, several neuroimaging studies have suggested that amygdala volume loss could be a neuroanatomical marker of AD. However, previous works dealing with behavioural indices of amygdala activity in AD have been unable to provide a converging profile of emotional impairments. The goal of this work was to corroborate dat...

  5. Apport de l'approche systémique des systèmes d'élevage à l ...

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    Le paysage est occupé par de nouvelles steppes issues de dégradation où dominent Salsola vermiculata, Atractylis serratuloides, Noaea mucronata, Peganum harmala. Les formations psammophytes à Retama raetam, Thymelaea microphylla et Tamarix africana, s'étendent sur plus de 17 %. L'ensablement menace ces ...

  6. 26 CFR 1.861-11T - Special rules for allocating and apportioning interest expense of an affiliated group of...

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    2010-04-01

    ... TAXES Tax Based on Income from Sources within Or Without the United States § 1.861-11T Special rules for... computation of foreign source taxable income for purposes of section 904 (relating to various limitations on...), distributions from a FSC or former FSC, and all other forms of foreign source income not enumerated above...

  7. 26 CFR 1.861-11 - Special rules for allocating and apportioning interest expense of an affiliated group of...

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    2010-04-01

    ... Based on Income from Sources within Or Without the United States § 1.861-11 Special rules for allocating... determining the amount of foreign source alternative minimum taxable income within each separate category and... for purposes of determining the amount of foreign source alternative minimum taxable income within...

  8. 26 CFR 1.861-14 - Special rules for allocating and apportioning certain expenses (other than interest expense) of...

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    2010-04-01

    ....861-14 Internal Revenue INTERNAL REVENUE SERVICE, DEPARTMENT OF THE TREASURY (CONTINUED) INCOME TAX (CONTINUED) INCOME TAXES Tax Based on Income from Sources within Or Without the United States § 1.861-14... source alternative minimum taxable income within each separate category and the alternative minimum tax...

  9. Infrared remote sensing of atmospheric aerosols; Apports du sondage infrarouge a l'etude des aerosols atmospheriques

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    Pierangelo, C.

    2005-09-15

    The 2001 report from the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change emphasized the very low level of understanding of atmospheric aerosol effects on climate. These particles originate either from natural sources (dust, volcanic aerosols...) or from anthropogenic sources (sulfates, soot...). They are one of the main sources of uncertainty on climate change, partly because they show a very high spatio-temporal variability. Observation from space, being global and quasi-continuous, is therefore a first importance tool for aerosol studies. Remote sensing in the visible domain has been widely used to obtain a better characterization of these particles and their effect on solar radiation. On the opposite, remote sensing of aerosols in the infrared domain still remains marginal. Yet, not only the knowledge of the effect of aerosols on terrestrial radiation is needed for the evaluation of their total radiative forcing, but also infrared remote sensing provides a way to retrieve other aerosol characteristics (observations are possible at night and day, over land and sea). In this PhD dissertation, we show that aerosol optical depth, altitude and size can be retrieved from infrared sounder observations. We first study the sensitivity of aerosol optical properties to their micro-physical properties, we then develop a radiative transfer code for scattering medium adapted to the very high spectral resolution of the new generation sounder NASA-Aqua/AIRS, and we finally focus on the inverse problem. The applications shown here deal with Pinatubo stratospheric volcanic aerosol, observed with NOAA/HIRS, and with the building of an 8 year climatology of dust over sea and land from this sounder. Finally, from AIRS observations, we retrieve the optical depth at 10 {mu}m, the average altitude and the coarse mode effective radius of mineral dust over sea. (author)

  10. L'apport des faibles doses d'engrais minéraux permet-il d'accroitre ...

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    SARAH

    28 févr. 2014 ... augmenté la résistance à la cercosporiose et à l'helminthosporiose de la variété PAN 53. En revanche, cette variété s'est ... blé et le riz. Parallèlement, sa production est la plus élevée de toutes les céréales, au niveau mondial. Originaire d'Amérique Centrale et latine, le maïs est actuellement cultivé avec ...

  11. Apport de l’histopathologie dans le diagnostic d’une calcinose scrotale: a propos d’un cas

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    K. Doh

    2015-03-01

    Full Text Available La calcinose scrotale est une maladie rare, bénigne, de pathogénie incertaine caractérisée par de nombreux nodules indolores, durs du scrotum en absence de tout trouble métabolique systémique. Nous rapportons le cas d’un patient âgé de 57 ans qui présente une calcinose scrotale de découverte histologique fortuite associée à un eczéma chronique et une hernie inguinale gauche. Nous discutons après une revue de la littérature, les aspects pathogéniques, cliniques, thérapeutiques et anatomopathologiques de cette pathologie mal comprise.

  12. Apport des techniques non invasives dans le suivi de l'atteinte cardiaque dans la maladie de Steinert

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    Luporsi , Jean-Dominique

    2008-01-01

    The first part of this personal work is a review focused on epidemiology, genetic bases,clinical description and treatment of Steinert's disease. The second part exposes a personal trial based on the recruitment of 102 patients coming from the orphan diseases and the neurology departments of the Nancy universitary hospital, who are then sent to the cardiology department for systematic non-invasive investigations in the framework of their myotonicdystrophy. A comparison is made between Our res...

  13. Lupus systémique et atteinte rénale: Apport des anticorps anti-SSA ...

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    -SSA dans 12 cas (40%).Cinq patients (62.5%) ayant une atteinte rénale avaient des anticorps anti DNA négatifs. Parmi ces patients avec atteinte rénale, 37.5% avaient des anticorps anti SSA sans anticorps anti DNA. La moitié des patients ...

  14. Nuclear stress tests, the contribution of accidentology; Stress tests nucleaires, l'apport de l'accidentologie

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    Seillan, Hubert; Guerinot, J.

    2011-09-15

    After having recalled the basic principles and designs of nuclear safety as they were defined until the 1970's, the author explains the technical backgrounds of design reviews and propositions which could be made for the French nuclear power plants. His approach is based on accidentology, notably from lessons learned from the Three Mile Island, Chernobyl and Fukushima accidents. From there, he draws principles of nuclear safety. He proposes a critical examination of these principles through a comparison with accidents which occurred in oil, gas and chemical industries (in Mexico in 1984, in Bhopal in 1984, on the Piper Alpha offshore platform in 1988)

  15. Standardissimo. Les limitations théoriques du Modèle Standard. Quelles réponses y apporter?

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    Renard, F. M.

    Nous présentons I 'état du Modèle Standard des interactions fortes, faibles et électromagnétiques. Après une description rapide de ses 3 secteurs, secteur de jauge (radiation), secteur fermionique (matière) et secteur scalaire (génération des masses), nous insistons sur le grand nombre de paramètres libres et sur les choix arbitraires qu'il a fallu faire dans l'élaboration du modèle. Nous faisons ressortir les problèmes techniques non résolus et nous dressons la liste des questions fondamentales restées sans réponses. Nous passons ensuite en revue les idées et méthodes proposées pour répondre à ces questions. Elles utilisent essentiellement 3 voies différentes. La première consiste à requérir plus de symétrie (extension du modèle, symétrie Gauche-Droite, Grandes Unifications, Supersymétrie,...). La seconde contient les diverses alternatives au Modèle Standard impliquant des modifications dans certains secteurs (par exemple le secteur scalaire avec le modèle de la Technicouleur) ou de façon plus violente l'hypothèse d'une sous-structure des leptons, des quarks et des bosons W et Z eux-mêmes. Une dernière voie cherche à justifier les particularités du Modèle Standard et relier ses paramètres libres en se basant sur des principes de cohérence interne du modèle. Les conséquences observables de ces diverses approches sont dans chaque cas mentionnées.

  16. Gestion des apports organiques en systèmes de culture maraîchers sous abri

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    Bressoud, miss Frédérique; Parès, miss Laure

    2003-01-01

    Afin d’améliorer les pratiques de fertilisation en maraîchage biologique, la minéralisation de 2 types de composts est évaluée par différentes méthodes sur plusieurs cultures salade-tomate successives. Les premiers résultats montrent une contribution de ces composts à l’alimentation de la culture estivale, sans incidence sur les rendements récoltés.

  17. A simple semi-empirical technique for apportioning the impact of roadways on air quality in an urban neighbourhood

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    Elangasinghe, M. A.; Dirks, K. N.; Singhal, N.; Costello, S. B.; Longley, I.; Salmond, J. A.

    2014-02-01

    Air pollution from the transport sector has a marked effect on human health, so isolating the pollutant contribution from a roadway is important in understanding its impact on the local neighbourhood. This paper proposes a novel technique based on a semi-empirical air pollution model to quantify the impact from a roadway on the air quality of a local neighbourhood using ambient records of a single air pollution monitor. We demonstrate the proposed technique using a case study, in which we quantify the contribution from a major highway with respect to the local background concentration in Auckland, New Zealand. Comparing the diurnal variation of the model-separated background contribution with real measurements from a site upwind of the highway shows that the model estimates are reliable. Amongst all of the pollutants considered, the best estimations of the background were achieved for nitrogen oxides. Although the multi-pronged approach worked well for predominantly vehicle-related pollutants, it could not be used effectively to isolate emissions of PM10 due to the complex and less predictable influence of natural sources (such as marine aerosols). The proposed approach is useful in situations where ambient records from an upwind background station are not available (as required by other techniques) and is potentially transferable to situations such as intersections and arterial roads. Applying this technique to longer time series could help to understand the changes in pollutant concentrations from the road and background sources for different emission scenarios, for different years or seasons. Modelling results also show the potential of such a hybrid semi-empirical models to contribute to our understanding of the physical parameters determining air quality and to validate emissions inventory data.

  18. Probabilistic construction of inflow scenarios at a reservoir; Construction probabiliste de scenarios d'apports a un reservoir

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    Seidou, O.; Robert, B.; Marche, C.; Rousselle, J. [Ecole Polytechnique de Montreal, Departement des Genies Civil, Geologique et des Mines, Montreal, PQ (Canada); Lefebvre, M. [Ecole Polytechnique de Montreal, Departement de Mathematiques et de Genie Industriel, Montreal, PQ (Canada)

    2004-02-01

    Development of risk indicators to aid in decisions affecting the operation of hydric systems is described. The significant part of the risk affecting hydric systems is the uncertainty surrounding future inflows. A method to construct inflow scenarios starting from an arbitrary date 'y' of the year is developed using a Markovian process which also has been used to model short-term uncertainty in stream flow. The text is divided in five parts: (1) methodology, (2) terminology, (3) theory, (4) application, and (5) results. The scenarios are built to reproduce the statistical behaviour of the river or reservoir and have the shape of an event tree whose structure is defined by the user before application of the method. Application of the method is illustrated by two examples, one involving the Harricana River, the other the Cabonga Reservoir, both situated in the province of Quebec. 11 refs., 4 tabs., 4 figs.

  19. The contribution of economic theory to the energy debates; L'apport de la theorie economique aux debats energetiques

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    Percebois, J.

    1999-11-01

    This paper proposes a brief overview of the contributions of the micro- and macro-economic theory to the answer of the following four main questions: 1 - how will change the world energy demand with respect to the economic activity and what will be the determining factors of this demand, globally and per energy source? What are the respective roles of energy prices and technological innovations? How will change the petroleum price and what will be the share of economical and political weight in this change? 2 - how passing on this price to the end-user taking into consideration the national preferences? Is there an optimum price when the energy producing, transporting and distributing company is a monopoly? 3 - what is the optimal structure of a network industry? 4 - how to integrate the local and global externalities characteristic of the energy sector in the economical calculus? (J.S.)

  20. Apport de l’IRM dans la prise en charge des compressions médullaires lentes non traumatiques

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    Badji, Nfally; Deme, Hamidou; Akpo, Geraud; Ndong, Boucar; Toure, Mouhamadou Hamine; Diop, Sokhna Ba; Niang, El Hadji

    2016-01-01

    Les compressions médullaires lentes sont dues au développement dans le canal médullaire d’une lésion expansive. C’est une pathologie très fréquente dont le diagnostic est essentiellement clinique. L’imagerie par résonnance magnétique occupe une place incontournable dans le diagnostic de localisation et la recherche étiologique. En Europe l’étiologie tumorale est prépondérante. Le but de cette étude était de décrire les aspects IRM des compressions médullaires lentes et de déterminer le profil étiologique. Il s’agit d’une étude rétrospective portant sur 97 observations colligées au service de radiologie du CHUN de Fann sur une période de 30 mois (du 08/03/10 au 29/09/12). On été inclus dans l’étude, tous les patients adressés pour un tableau de compression médullaire lente survenu dans un contexte non traumatique. L’âge moyen des patients était de 42,6 ans avec des extrêmes compris entre 04 mois et 85 ans. Nous avons étudié la topographie des lésions (étage rachidien, compartiments canalaires) leur rehaussement et les critères d’orientation étiologique. Le protocole d’examen permettait la réalisation de séquence pondérées T1 sans avec injection de gado, T2, STIR et T2 DRIVE centrées sur les niveaux lésionnels ou les zones suspectes. L’IRM a permis de préciser le siège exact et l’étendue des lésions. L’atteinte du rachis dorsal représentait 42% des cas, suivi du rachis cervical avec 32% des cas. Les atteintes lombo-sacrées et pluri-étagées représentaient respectivement 18% et 08% des cas. Les lésions extradurales représentaient 87% des cas, suivi des lésions intradurales extramédullaires avec 08% des cas et des lésions intramédullaires dans 05% des cas. La particularité du profil étiologique de notre étude est la prédominance des épidurites infectieuses et la fréquence relative des épidurites métastatiques comparée aux séries occidentales. L’IRM vertébro-médullaire occupe une place capitale dans le diagnostic positif, topographique et étiologique des compressions médullaires. PMID:27800076

  1. Les villes et la science: apports de la spatialisation des données bibliométriques mondiales

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    Denis Eckert

    2013-08-01

    Full Text Available Les données bibliométriques sont l'une des principales sources pour l'étude de la production scientifique mondiale. Or les géographes ont jusqu'ici peu participé au travail sur ces données. Celles-ci permettent pourtant de caractériser l'activité scientifique des villes, à une échelle d'analyse particulièrement pertinente. En s'appuyant sur le Web of Science, on identifie les dimensions géographiques des informations bibliométriques. On propose une méthode de géocodage, puis d'agrégation spatiale des données primaires qui donne sens à la notion d'«agglomération scientifique» et autorise de nombreux traitements.

  2. Infrared remote sensing of atmospheric aerosols; Apports du sondage infrarouge a l'etude des aerosols atmospheriques

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    Pierangelo, C

    2005-09-15

    The 2001 report from the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change emphasized the very low level of understanding of atmospheric aerosol effects on climate. These particles originate either from natural sources (dust, volcanic aerosols...) or from anthropogenic sources (sulfates, soot...). They are one of the main sources of uncertainty on climate change, partly because they show a very high spatio-temporal variability. Observation from space, being global and quasi-continuous, is therefore a first importance tool for aerosol studies. Remote sensing in the visible domain has been widely used to obtain a better characterization of these particles and their effect on solar radiation. On the opposite, remote sensing of aerosols in the infrared domain still remains marginal. Yet, not only the knowledge of the effect of aerosols on terrestrial radiation is needed for the evaluation of their total radiative forcing, but also infrared remote sensing provides a way to retrieve other aerosol characteristics (observations are possible at night and day, over land and sea). In this PhD dissertation, we show that aerosol optical depth, altitude and size can be retrieved from infrared sounder observations. We first study the sensitivity of aerosol optical properties to their micro-physical properties, we then develop a radiative transfer code for scattering medium adapted to the very high spectral resolution of the new generation sounder NASA-Aqua/AIRS, and we finally focus on the inverse problem. The applications shown here deal with Pinatubo stratospheric volcanic aerosol, observed with NOAA/HIRS, and with the building of an 8 year climatology of dust over sea and land from this sounder. Finally, from AIRS observations, we retrieve the optical depth at 10 {mu}m, the average altitude and the coarse mode effective radius of mineral dust over sea. (author)

  3. L’apport des théories institutionnalistes au renouvellement de l’approche d’économie politique

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    Diane-Gabrielle Tremblay

    2002-01-01

    Full Text Available Le présent texte s’inscrit dans la perspective d’un renouvellement des approches théoriques en économie politique, et plus particulièrement en réponse à un appel du comité de rédaction de la revue Interventions économiques, qui souhaite lancer un débat sur les positions des chercheurs et intervenants en matière d’économie à l’heure actuelle. Pour commencer ce texte sur la vision institutionnaliste de l’économie, je propose d’interroger d’abord l’attitude actuelle des économistes, en particulier celle de ceux qui soutiennent la vision dominante actuellement en science économique, ainsi que les thèses qui nous mènent à la révision du rôle - pour ne pas dire au retrait - de l’État, ce qui se traduit notamment par le développement de la précarité d’emploi, la hausse du chômage et l’exclusion que nous constatons tous depuis quelques décennies. Je commence donc par présenter ma vision des thèses dominantes en regard de la redéfinition du rôle de l’État et de l’entreprise privée dans le contexte économique actuel, avant de présenter quelques aspects de la vision non orthodoxe, mais tout à fait pertinente à mes yeux, à savoir celle des économistes institutionnalistes, qui suscite nombre de questions par rapport à la vision dominante.

  4. Effet de l'apport de différents types d'engrais organiques sur la ...

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    1 Unité de Recherche sur la Gestion Intégrée du Sol et des Cultures (ISCM), ... facteur principal puis trois doses d'application et un contrôle (0, 20, 30 et 40 t/ha) comme facteur secondaire. ..... mesure de la longueur a été réalisée du collet à.

  5. The research reactors their contribution to the reactors physics; Les reacteurs de recherche leur apport sur la physique des reacteurs

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    Barral, J C [Electricite de France (EDF), 75 - Paris (France); Zaetta, A [CEA/Cadarache, Direction des Reacteurs Nucleaires, DRN, 13 - Saint-Paul-lez-Durance (France); Johner, J [CEA/Cadarache, Dept. de Recherches sur la Fusion Controlee (DRFC), 13 - Saint Paul lez Durance (France); Mathoniere, G [CEA/Saclay, DEN, 91 - Gif sur Yvette (France); and others

    2000-07-01

    The 19 october 2000, the french society of nuclear energy organized a day on the research reactors. This associated report of the technical session, reactors physics, is presented in two parts. The first part deals with the annual meeting and groups general papers on the pressurized water reactors, the fast neutrons reactors and the fusion reactors industry. The second part presents more technical papers about the research programs, critical models, irradiation reactors (OSIRIS and Jules Horowitz) and computing tools. (A.L.B.)

  6. 26 CFR 1.861-14T - Special rules for allocating and apportioning certain expenses (other than interest expense) of...

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    2010-04-01

    ...) of this section. Paragraph (d) of this section contains the definition of the term “affiliated group... relates to the generation of that export income must be determined. Thus, if gross income is the... stock of X and all of the stock of Y. P, X and Y are domestic corporations. P is a holding company for...

  7. Radioisotopic imaging in large vessel vasculitis; Apport de l'imagerie radioisotopique dans l'arterite inflammatoire des gros vaisseaux

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    Huglo, D.; Lambert, M.; Hachulla, E.; Hatron, P.Y.; Steinling, M. [Lille Univ. Nord-de-France, 59 - Lille (France); Huglo, D.; Raynaud, F.; Petyt, G.; Prangere, T.; Steinling, M. [CHU de Lille, Service de Medecine Nucleaire et Imagerie Fonctionnelle, Hopital Huriez, 59 - Lille (France); Huglo, D. [Inserm U703, 59 - Lille (France); Lambert, M.; Hachulla, E.; Hatron, P.Y. [CHU de Lille, Service de Medecine Interne, 59 - Lille (France)

    2009-08-15

    The group of large vessel vasculitis includes giant cell arthritis and Takayasu disease. If mono photonic nuclear medicine can sometimes show some unusual patterns in these diseases, positron emission tomography with fluorodeoxyglucose seems have a special attract and provide some indications during the monitoring of these patients. However, most of these indications remain to be validated, specially to differentiate weak vascular wall inflammatory activities from physiological and/or atherosclerotic accumulation. (authors)

  8. Relative apportioning of resources to the body and regenerating tail in juvenile leopard geckos (Eublepharis macularius) maintained on different dietary rations.

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    Lynn, Sabrina E; Borkovic, Benjamin P; Russell, Anthony P

    2013-01-01

    Caudal autotomy is a widespread phenomenon among lizards, and similar processes occur in other groups of vertebrates and invertebrates. Many costs have been associated with autotomy, including the regeneration of lost biomass. For lizards, it is not known whether resources are preferentially directed toward caudal regeneration or whether regeneration occurs only when resources are abundant. Conflicting information is present in the literature, and an absence of controlled experiments prevents determination of what pattern of regeneration may occur under a given set of circumstances. We employed the leopard gecko, a fat-tailed species, to examine whether tail regeneration is a priority and, if so, whether it remains so when resources become limiting. We explored this through caudal autotomy and dietary manipulation under conditions that ensured that differences in diet were sufficient to permit differential growth. We examined juvenile leopard geckos because these animals are rapidly growing and allocation of energy is not compromised by reproductive investment. The effects of dietary resource availability and the demands of caudal regeneration were compared in intact and regenerating animals. Our evidence indicates that caudal regeneration is a priority, even when resources are limiting. We conclude that tail regrowth is a priority that is associated with long-term survival and possibly reproductive success.

  9. Actinides compounds for the transmutation: scientific contributions of american and japanese collaborations; Composes d'actinides pour la transmutation: apports scientifiques de collaborations americaines et japonaises

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    Raison, Ph.; Albiot, T

    2000-07-01

    This paper deals with the minor actinides transmutation and the scientific contribution of the ORNL and the JAERI. It presents researches on the Am-Zr-Y-O system in the framework of the heterogeneous reprocessing, the curium and pyrochlore structures, with the ORNL contribution and phase diagrams, data of Thermodynamics, actinides nitrides, with the JAERI. (A.L.B.)

  10. Interactions des antibiotiques ituriniques avec la membrane plasmique. Apport des systèmes biomimétiques des membranes (synthèse bibliographique

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    Nasir, MN.

    2013-01-01

    Full Text Available Interactions of iturinic antibiotics with plasma membrane. Contribution of biomimetic membranes. Iturinic antibiotics are produced by Bacillus subtilis strains and constitute a family including iturin A, mycosubtilin and bacillomycins D, F and Lc. These are cyclic lipopeptides with β-amino fatty acids linked up to a peptide constituted by seven α-aminoacids with an invariable LDDLLDL chiral sequence. The first three α-aminoacids containing the tyrosyl residue are the same for all members. They are well known for their strong antifungal activities but they also have antibacterial and hemolytic properties. These biological properties are due to their amphiphilic nature, allowing interactions with different membrane components. Sterols found in plasma membranes are the privileged interaction partners of these lipopeptides. Moreover, the tyrosyl residue of the iturinic antibiotics seems to play an important role during their fixation to the plasma membrane, the result of which is often cellular lysis. Within plasma membranes, there are particular regions with a high sterol content. These microdomains have a different composition compared to the rest of the membrane; they are rich in certain lipids and proteins and are involved in many key cellular processes. The perturbation of these microdomains could therefore have an important impact on the cell. Due to their composition, these microdomains may constitute the preferential target of iturin antibiotics. This review aims to summarize the studies relating to the biological activities of iturinic antibiotics. It focuses in particular on the existing knowledge regarding iturin antibiotics at the molecular level and discusses both the key chemical groups of these drugs and the potentiality of microdomains to constitute a target for these molecules.

  11. Complémentarité et équilibre de l’apport alimentaire en protéines et en lipides

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    Belleville Jacques

    2003-01-01

    Full Text Available The nature and level of dietary protein is liable to influence cholesterol and essential fatty acid (EFA metabolism. Dietary vegetable protein, particularly the undigested fraction, decreases intestinal cholesterol absorption, increases the faecal excretion of steroids, and enhances the catabolism of cholesterol-carrying lipoproteins by increasing the activity or number of LDL receptors. However, the hypocholesterolemic effect of protein may be due to the presence of non-protein components and hence the purity degree of the selected protein, and the concomitant addition or not of cholesterol. Dietary proteins with different amino acid composition may modulate the secretion of hormones (e.g. glucagon and insulin, which in turn may modify the activity of enzymes responsible for cholesterol metabolism (e.g. HMG-CoA reductase, 7alpha-hydroxylase, lecithin: cholesterol acyl transferase and polyunsaturated fatty acid synthesis (e.g. Delta5 and Delta6-desaturases. PUFA affect membrane fluidity and the synthesis of eicosanoids: prostaglandins and leukotrienes. Protein deficiency affects severely the PUFA amounts, particularly arachidonic and EPA acids which are precursors of prostaglandins, thromboxanes and leukotrienes, and the possible consequences of their diminution may be an underlying cause of some of the common clinical symptoms in protein malnutrition, such as hair loss, dry scaly dermatitis and increased water permeability. Protein deficiency may thus increase the EFA requirement and precipitate marginal EFA deficiency. The dietary protein level may also influence the efficiency of antioxidant system and/or the release of reactive oxygen species. Tissue lipid peroxidation could be markedly enhanced by feeding low-protein diets, probably due to a depressed efficiency of antioxidative enzyme activities.

  12. Using the Triple Labelling Technique to apportion N2O Emissions to Nitrification and Denitrification from different Nitrogen Sources at different Water-Filled-Pore-Spaces

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    Loick, Nadine; Dixon, Elizabeth R.; Repullo Ruibérriz de Torres, Miguel A.; Ciganda, Veronica; Lopez-Aizpun, Maria A.; Matthews, G. Peter; Müller, Christoph; Cardenas, Laura M.

    2017-04-01

    Nitrous oxide (N2O) is considered to be an important greenhouse gas (GHG) accounting for approximately 6% of the current global warming. The atmospheric N2O concentration has been increasing since the Industrial Revolution, with soils representing its major source, making the understanding of its sources and removal processes very important for the development of mitigation strategies. In soils N gases are mainly produced via nitrification and denitrification. It is assumed that under dry/aerobic conditions nitrification is the dominant N consuming process, while denitrification becomes dominant under wetter conditions promoting anaerobicity. Nitrification and denitrification may occur simultaneously in different microsites of the same soil but there is often uncertainty associated with which process dominates in a particular soil under specific conditions. N2O predominantly derives from incomplete denitrification of nitrate (NO3-). The existence of different pools of NO3- in soils, namely the native soil pool, and the fertiliser-added one, has been suggested through a series of laboratory incubation experiments (Meijide et al., 2010; Bergstermann et al., 2011) using the denitrification incubation system, DENIS (Cardenas et al., 2003), in which soil cores are incubated under an N-free atmosphere, allowing direct measurements of all emitted N gases (NO, N2O and N2) as well as CO2. A third pool, NO3- produced from nitrification of applied NH4+, can also be a source of N2O via denitrification and also from nitrification. In this study labelling of substrate-N with 15N is used to quantify the underlying gross N transformation rates and link them to N-emissions to identify the production and consumption pathways and temporal dynamics of N2O. In three experiments twelve soil cores each were incubated in the DENIS to measure gaseous emissions, while parallel incubations under the same conditions were set up for destructive soil sampling at 7 time points. Using the triple labelling technique - i.e. applying NH4NO3 with either the N at the NH4+ or at the NO3-, or in both places being labelled - this study investigates the effects of a low, medium and high water filled pore space (55, 70, 85%) in a clay soil on gaseous N emissions and investigates the source and processes leading to N2O emissions. To assess the utilisation of applied NO3- vs nitrified NO3- from applied NH4+, the model developed by Müller et al. (2007) is used to calculate the immobilisation of added NO3- and NH4+, nitrification of added NH4+, mineralisation of organic N and subsequent nitrification by the analysis of the 15N in the soil. Gross transformation rates, indicating the relative importance of added NO3- and NO3- derived from nitrified added NH4+ are calculated. Bergstermann et al. (2011) Soil Biol. & Biochem. 43, 240-250. Meijide et al. (2010) Eur. J. Soil Sci. 61, 364-374. Cárdenas et al. (2003) Soil Biol. & Biochem. 35, 867-870. Müller et al. (2007) Soil Biol. & Biochem. 39, 715-726.

  13. CIRCULATION AU MOYEN AGE DES MATERIAUX FERREUX ISSUS DES PYRENEES ARIEGEOISES ET DE LA LOMBARDIE. APPORT DU COUPLAGE DES ANALYSES EN ELEMENTS TRACES ET MULTIVARIEES.

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    Leroy , Stéphanie

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    This provenance study concerns the trade understanding in the Middle Ages of iron objects originally from specific ironmaking processes linked to the use of manganese rich ores. We were particularly interested in the case studies of the Ariège (French Pyrenees) and the Lombardy (Italian Alps) areas, two separate geographic areas that held a major place in the medieval economy of their region. This work deals with three specific historical questions. The first part is to clarify the trade rout...

  14. Pre-Hercynian hydrothermalism in South Iberia: lead isotope geochemistry constraints; Hydrothermalisme ante-hercynien en Sud-Iberie: apport de la geochimie isotopique du plomb

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    Marcoux, E.; Onezime, J. [Orleans Univ., Institut des Sciences de la Terre d' Orleans, 45 (France); Pascual, E. [Universite d' Huelva, Dept. de Geologia y MIneria, Huelva (Spain)

    2002-04-01

    Lead isotope study has been performed on massive sulphide deposits of Ossa-Morena and Aracena Belt (South Iberia). Results suggest the existence of at least two ancient hydrothermal events. The first one, Upper Brioverian in age ({approx}600-570 Ma), gave birth to Maria-Luisa and Puebla de la Reina massive sulphide deposits; it thus confirms the existence of a Cadomian orogen in South Iberia. Isotopic compositions indicate a local contribution of mantle-derived material (Maria Luisa mine), confirming the presence of ancient oceanic crust in Aracena Belt. This mineralizing event seems to extend till the Armorican Massif. The second episode, Eo-Hercynian in age ({approx}400-350 Ma) has allowed genesis of massive sulphide deposits of la Nava Paredon and Aguas Blancas, and could be coeval with the emplacement of South-Iberian massive sulphide ore deposits in the neighbouring South-Portuguese Zone. A more continental crustal source for later ore deposits could explain the much more important metal accumulation in this zone. (authors)

  15. Study of multifragmentation: contribution of reduced velocity correlations between particles and fragments; Etude de la multifragmentation: apport des correlations en vitesse reduite entre particules et fragments

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    Le Fevre, A. [Paris-7 Univ., 75 (France)

    1997-05-14

    This work is focused on the study of fragment and light particle production mechanisms in the multifragmentation process of hot nuclei, which are formed in the central collisions of Xe+Sn at 50 MeV/u. The experiment has been performed with the INDRA multidetector. The central collision events, selected via the flow angle variable, exhibit the presence of a heavy (Z=90) and highly excited (E{sup *}=12.5 MeV/u) isotropic emission source. The comparison of the data with a statistical multifragmentation model (MMMC) and a dynamical model (BNV) makes us conclude that the multifragmentation can only be explained in the frame of a relatively cold process, around 6 MeV/u of thermal excitation energy, preceded by a primary emission stage of the expanding source, during which nearly one third of the excitation energy is dissipated. In addition, it appears that the fragment energy spectra are not explained by a purely thermal process, and that one has to put forward an expansion collective motion, of 2 MeV/u of energy, following the compression of the compound system. In order to precise the existence of a two-step particle emission (primary and secondary), we have developed and applied an original method of reduced velocity correlations between particles and fragments. It has allowed us to underline two distinct origins for the particle production: one corresponding to secondary emissions, coming from the fragments, and the other one, associated with emissions which occur prior to the fragment production. At last, it has allowed us, also to bring out a hierarchy in the emission time in the decay process, with respect to the particle type. (author) 90 refs.

  16. Risques et bénéfices pour la santé des acides gras trans apportés par les aliments. Recommandations

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    Léger Claude-Louis

    2005-01-01

    Full Text Available The French Food Safety Agency (Agence Française de Sécurité Sanitaire des Aliments, AFSSA has recently adopted a definite position on risks and benefits of food trans fatty acids (TFA for human health. After considering available data on origins and biological activities of all types of TFA, including conjugated fatty acids (CLA, it has been proposed a regulatory definition of these fatty acids which is the chemical one : « the trans fatty acids are all unsaturated fatty acids that contain at least one double bond in a trans configuration ». This definition includes the CLA and TFA of animal origin. Daily intakes of TFA (except CLA in France was found to be 3 g/d in adults, i.e. 1.3 % total energy intake (E %. The male children are the most exposed to high TFA intakes which culminate at 2.5 E % for the 95 th percentile of the 12-14 year-old male children. Consumption of usual foods (not including the consumption of synthetic CLA supplements leads to a rumenic acid daily intake inferior to 200 mg/d (0.08 E %. The contribution of TFA of animal origin is 60 % in adult (55 % for milk and dairy products and 55 % (44 % for male children, showing a higher consumption of TFA of technological origin in the form of bakery products in children than in adults. According to epidemiological data, TFA intakes (except CLA of 2 E % are associated to a 25 % increased risk of the coronary heard disease. Clinical studies show that the CLA 10t,12c at the dose of 2.6 g/d should be considered potentially proatherogenic. The loss of body fat mass (the anti-obesity effect with the administration of CLA mixture 9c,11t + 10t,12c (or 10t,12c alone is obtained at a daily doses ranging from 1.6 to 6.8 g/d (2.6 g/d, but the loss is generally low even in the case of long term administration and adverse effects are observed in particular with 2.6 g/d CLA 10t,12c regarding insuline resistance, insulinemia, C-peptide, glycemia, HDL-C, enzymatic and non enzymatic peroxydations. The main AFSSA’s recommendations (non exhaustive list are as follows : people should decrease their consumption of bakery products by 30 %, TFA contents of bakery products should not exceed 1 g per 100 g of the commercialized product, TFA contents of every types of margarines bought by the consumer should be lower than 1% of total fatty acids. Because of the prevalence of calcium deficiency particularly in children, declining consumption of dairy products is not recommended, but consumption of (half-skimmed milk or products elaborated with (half-skimmed milk should be preferred. Considering the lack of information on the relationship between animal traditional feeding and TFA contents of animal products that people consume, no content upper-limit is proposed for animal (or more specifically dairy products. AFSSA points out that administration of the synthetic CLA supplement is not justified in humans and animals as well. Information on trans fatty acid in nutrition labeling should be mandatory for contents higher than 0.1 g/100 g in bakery and dairy products, and 0.1% for vegetable oils, margarines and butter. Given the very low levels of CLA in foods usually consumed, the CLA labeling is assumed to be purposeless.

  17. Contribution of the active control to the measurement of fluid-elastic coupling strengths; Apport du controle actif pour la mesure des forces de couplage fluide-elastique

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    Legendre, S

    1999-06-30

    A precise dimensioning of the tubes inside a steam generator requires a better knowledge of the fluid-elastic coupling phenomena. The direct method for the determination of fluid-elastic coupling coefficients allows to explore only a reduced range of flow velocities and is unsuitable for the low velocities and for velocities close to the critical instability velocity. The active damping control method has been validated both with air and water and offers the possibility to extend the range of flow velocities using an artificial supply of damping: 50% of increase in single-phase flow conditions with measurements performed beyond the critical instability velocity, a doubling of the explored range of velocities in two-phase flow conditions. For a 25% two-phase flow, a stabilization of the damping of the coupled fluid-structure system is observed beyond the critical instability velocity. Finally, the calculation of fluid-elastic dimensionless coefficients has permitted to show the influence of the reduced velocity on the fluid-elastic coupling in two-phase flow conditions. (J.S.)

  18. Contribution of statistic to the industrial problems of maintenance at EDF; Apport de la statistique a la problematique industrielle de la maintenance chez EDF

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    Cagnac, A.; Hervouet, C.; Bonnevialle, A.M.; Remy, E. [Electricite de France (EDF-RD), 78 - Chatou (France); Gay, N. [Electricite de France (EDF DPN), 93 - Saint-Denis (France)

    2006-07-01

    EDF/R and D was requested to take part in a program launched by EDF/DPN. The objective is to deal with the ASN request (Nuclear Safety Authorities), aiming at evaluating the feasibility of zero-leakage of the Steam Generators tube bundle during Primary Hydraulic Test (PHT) which will be carried out within the next decennial visits. A way to satisfy this objective is to plug the SG's tubes that can potentially contribute to the leakage. However, it is necessary to choose carefully the SG tubes to plug, in order to both, reduce significantly the SG's leak-flow during the test and limit the number of plugged tubes, which would imply an anticipation of the steam generator replacement. Within this framework, EDF/R and D/MRI carried out a preliminary statistical analysis from the feedback experience of the hydraulic tests carried out on units at the time of their first and second decennial visits. The goal was to identify, based on the control databases, the characteristics of the most contributing tubes to the leakage. The model obtained makes it possible to predict whether a steam generator will be leaky or not at the time of the hydraulic test, according to its state of cracking. The model provides a probability of considering the steam generator as leaky according to the sum of crack-lengths higher than a given threshold. This model was practically applied for the first time in 2005 in order to optimise the choice of the tubes to plug before the primary hydraulic test of the steam generators of a nuclear unit. Due to this optimised plugging, the leak-flows in PHT were sufficiently low and ensured the provisional life duration of these steam generators. (authors)

  19. Bilan et apports de différentes Analyses Sociales du Cycle de Vie menées dans le secteur des agro-industries

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    Delcour, A.

    2015-01-01

    Full Text Available Assessment and contributions of different Social Life Cycle Assessments performed in the agribusiness sector. Introduction. Consumers are attaching increasing importance to the sustainability of the products they purchase. The agribusiness sector is well aware of this trend and is making efforts to guarantee product sustainability. Literature. Social Life Cycle Assessment (S-LCA is a widely used methodology (like others in this field, such as ISO 26000 and SA 8000 for evaluating the social impact of the activities involved in the life cycle of a product. The S-LCA guidelines were published in 2009 and therefore the framework for this methodology is not yet well established. Nevertheless, some S-LCA studies have been completed and have contributed to the development of the methodology. The objective of this paper is to give feedback to the agribusiness sector and researchers regarding prospects for future use of Social Life Cycle Assessment in the agribusiness sector. Papers selected for this literature review have been chosen on the basis of Scopus's query from 2000 to the present day. Scopus's query contains analyses of major international conferences. The case studies in the agribusiness sector that are reviewed in this paper highlight the usefulness of a social hotspots database, the need for stakeholder involvement in S-LCA implementation, the link between S-LCA and its regional context, and the benefits of developing causal links between indicators and impact categories, such as working conditions and governance. Conclusions. Further methodological investigation needs to be conducted in order to standardize this new methodology. Its ability to provide an overview of assessment of socioeconomic impacts makes it a good choice for evaluating the aspect of social impact as part of sustainability studies.

  20. Effet d'un deficit hydrique sur le trefle blanc (Trifolium repens L.). I. Role d'un apport de potassium

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    Shamsun-Noor, L.; Robin, Christophe; Guckert, Armand

    1990-01-01

    Le comportement du trèfle blanc (Trifolium repens L cv Crau) est étudié en situation de contrainte hydrique et après réhydratation en liaison avec la fertilisation potassique. Le déficit en eau occasionne une décroissance progressive importante du potentiel hydrique des feuilles et une fermeture rapide des stomates. Ces manifestations sont accompagnées d’une chute de l’activité photosynthétique et de la fixation symbiotique de l’azote. En présence de potassium, la diminution de l’activité...

  1. Myocardium scintigraphy and coronaries scanner: results and respective contribution of these two examinations; Scintigraphie myocardique et scanner coronaire: resultats et apport respectif des deux examens

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    Songy, B.; Balestrini, V.; Sablayrolles, J.L.; Vigoni, F.; Lussato, D. [Centre cardiologique du Nord (CCN), Saint-Denis, (France); Faccio, F. [fondation San Geronimo, Santa Fe, (Argentina)

    2009-05-15

    The objective were to evaluate the results and the respective contribution of the myocardium scintigraphy and the coro-scanner. It exists an excellent correlation between a normal scanner and a normal scintigraphy (97%). 30% of patients having non tight stenosis at scanner and 60% of these ones having tight stenosis have a scintigraphy ischemia; An abnormal scanner, whatever be the the degree of stenosis must be completed by a test of myocardium ischemia. The actual limitations of the coro-scanner (64 gills) are in relation with its spatial resolution (quantification) and temporal resolution (right coronary). The choice of the diagnosis examination to realize in first intention must depend on the age and prevalence of the coronary disease. (N.C.)

  2. Cerebral blood flow and metabolism analysis in parkinsonian disorders; Pathologie extrapyramidale. Apport de l'imagerie de perfusion et du metabolisme (TEP, TEM)

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    Defebvre, L. [Hopital Roger Salengro, Service de Neurologie, 59 - Lille (France)

    1999-12-01

    Main metabolic and hemodynamic abnormalities detected by single photon emission computerized tomography and positron emission tomography in extra-pyramidal disorders are reported. In the first stage of Parkinson's disease, cortical metabolism and perfusion can be in normal range or moderately and uniformly reduced. A significant decrease may appear with the disease evolution. Marked abnormalities are observed in parkinsonian patients with dementia (subcortical dementia), involving especially the frontal cortex. A marked diffuse cortical hypo-metabolism (temporal, parietal, occipital and frontal cortex) may suggest the diagnosis of dementia with Lewy bodies, especially in case of fluctuating cognitive decline with recurrent visual hallucinations. In progressive supra-nuclear palsy, a frontal cortex hypo-metabolism is reported precociously, preceding sometimes the cognitive impairment. Metabolic pattern find in multiple system atrophy reflects dysfunction of both nigrostriatal pathways and striatum, with a decrease glucose uptake in putamen and caudate nucleus which also involves cerebellum for the patients with cerebellar syndrome. In cortico-basal degeneration, asymmetric fronto-parietal and striatal hypo-metabolism observed in the controlateral hemisphere to the clinically most affected side, constitute the main characteristic well correlated with apraxia. (author)

  3. 146 Apport de la télédétection à la cartographie de l'évolution spatio ...

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    Les précisions globales obtenues pour les images classifiées sont de 88,47% ... comportement hydrologique des bassins soudano-sahéliens paraît de fait en pleine ... d'un changement climatique, l'évolution des couverts végétaux, des états de surface ... l'étude de l'occupation du sol dans la région des Lacs a été réalisée.

  4. Variations des apports de litière et d'éléments minéraux dans les plantations de limba (Terminalia superba au Congo

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    Kokolo, A.

    2005-01-01

    Full Text Available Variations in Litter Production and Nutrient Supply in Plantations of Limba (Terminalia superba in Congo. A study was carried out in a chronosequence of Terminalia superba (7, 12 and 48 years and a nearby natural forest. The results show that the peaks of litterfall take place in rainy season contrary to the majority of the forest formations of the humid tropical zone. The return of nutrients to the soil via the leaf litter is higher in plantations than in forest. The calcium released from the leaf litter was up to 175 kg.ha-1.year1. The values obtained indicate a moderate nutrient use efficiency by Terminalia superba.

  5. Assessment of exposure to atmospheric particles: contribution of individual measurements; Evaluation de l'exposition aux particules atmospheriques: apport des mesures individuelles

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    Mosqueron, L.; Momas, I. [Universite Rene Descartes, Faculte des Sciences Pharmaceutiques et Biologiques, Lab. d' Hygiene et de Sante Publique, 75 - Paris (France); Le Moullec, Y. [Laboratoire d' Hygiene de la Ville de Paris, 75 (France); Momas, I. [Direction de l' Action Sociale, de l' Enfance et de la Sante, Cellule Epidemiologie, 75 - Paris (France)

    2001-02-01

    There are few studies of individual exposure to atmospheric particles, because of the relatively bulky and noisy sampling devices. These personalized measurements, generally associated with micro-environmental measurements, are aimed at studying the distribution of individual exposure and identifying its main determinants. Methods: A synopsis of the methods implemented in such studies (populations studied, measurements strategies, questionnaires on time-activity patterns, residences and work place) was detailed. The major results are presented and discussed from an epidemiological point of view. Results: The individual exposure measured with portable devices generally were generally found to be higher than the estimations made by combining micro-environmental (outdoor and indoor) measurements and data from time-activity diaries. The difference between results of these two approaches, known as 'personal cloud', remains poorly understood. Correlations between individual measurements and outdoor concentrations are weak; nevertheless, day to day variations of these two series of measurements are better related. The main determinants of individual exposure to particles are identified but a quantification of their contribution remains difficult, except for passive smoking. Conclusion: Personal measurements cannot be used to estimate particle exposure in large scale epidemiological studies. This exposure needs to be modeled. (authors)

  6. Du crédit à la dette. Remarques sur l'apport de la documentation judiciaire à l'histoire économique du Moyen Age

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    Claustre, Julie

    2012-01-01

    International audience; This article evokes the renewals which the exploitation of a judicial documentation was able to bring to the economic history of the Middle Ages, in the particular case of the historiography of the credit. It proceeds in four phases: having redrawn the historiography of the medieval credit until 1980s, it shows how the debt stood out as object of study, then it approaches the teachings that we can pull from judicial documentation. Going back up upstream to the XIIIth c...

  7. Tuberculous tenosynovitis of the wrist: diagnosis with US and contribution of MRI; Tenosynovite tuberculeuse du poignet: diagnostic echographique et apport de l`IRM

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    Miquel, A.; Frouge, C.; Adrien, C.; Hibou, I.; Bittoun, J.; Bisson, M.; Blery, M. [Hopital de Bicetre, 94 - le Kremlin-Bicetre (France)

    1995-05-01

    Chronic tenosynovitis of the hand due to Mycobacterium tuberculosis has become rare. In the two cases presented here, the final diagnosis was obtained by isolation of the organism in the intercarpal fluid (1 case), or by a synovial biopsy (1 case). Ultrasonography showed a hypoechoic thickening of one or several tendon sheaths. MR enabled better differentiation between the thickening of the synovium itself and a fluid effusion. The criteria permitting to differentiate tuberculous from non-infectious tenosynovitis are: young age, male sex, specific epidemiological factors, elevated erythrocyte sedimentation rate, marked local swelling, association with other foci of tuberculosis, unusual exudation and synovial thickening, and association with osteitis. (authors). 11 refs., 2 figs.

  8. Corrélats comportementaux et neurophysiologiques de la perception et de la mémoire auditive : apport de l'amusie congénitale

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    Albouy , Philippe

    2013-01-01

    The aim of this PhD thesis is to further our understanding about how humans perceive and nmemorize complex sound structures. We investigated the behavioral and cerebral correlates of auditory perception and memory for isolated tones, musical sequences, and verbal material both in typical listeners and in individuals presenting a lifelong disorder of music perception that has been referred to as congenital amusia. Using behavioral approaches, we demonstrated that amusic individuals’ deficits i...

  9. Apport de la gravimétrie à l'étude de la structure du bassin des Triffa (Maroc nord-oriental) : implications hydrogéologiques

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    Khattach, Driss; Keating, Pierre; Mili, El Mostafa; Chennouf, Touria; Andrieux, Pierre; Milhi, Abdellah

    2004-12-01

    Various techniques (horizontal and vertical derivatives, upward continuation, Euler deconvolution) have been applied to the gravity data from the Triffa's plain and the north flank of the Beni-Snassen massif to delineate various major geological structures such as faults and basins. These results allow the production of a structural map showing the fault systems for the survey area. This map forms the basis for planning future hydrogeological research in this region. To cite this article: D. Khattach et al., C. R. Geoscience 336 (2004).

  10. 205 Apport de l'approche systémique des systèmes d'élevage à l ...

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    Mots-clés : télédétection, steppe, désertification, enquête, Naâma, Algérie. Abstract ... Algérie, près de 500.000 hectares de terres en zones steppiques sont en voie de désertification, et plus de 7 millions ..... parcours, malgré le faible rendement qui ne dépasse guerre 3 q x /ha selon la Direction des Services. Agricoles [9].

  11. Peroxydation lipidique et vieillissement cérébral : l’apport des études épidémiologiques

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    Barberger-gateau Pascale

    2006-01-01

    Full Text Available The brain is particularly vulnerable to oxidative stress. Epidemiological studies have provided nutritional and biological arguments for a role of anti-oxidants such as vitamins E and C, flavonoids, and carotenoids against brain aging. There are however discrepancies between studies regarding potentially effective doses, interactions with genetic characteristics or smoking, or efficacy of supplements. A single intervention trial showed a small effect of vitamin E in Alzheimer patients, whereas all primary or secondary prevention trials were negative. Part of these discrepancies may be explained by the absence of simultaneous consideration of the lipid status, whereas most epidemiologic studies have shown a protective effect of long-chain ω3 fatty acids against cognitive decline or dementia. However, there is no published clinical trial regarding their effect on this outcome. Additional studies are required to identify mechanisms of action and potentially effective doses before giving recommendations for a nutritional prevention of pathological brain aging.

  12. Que peuvent apporter les faits linguistiques a l'analyse de l'argumentation en biologie? (What Can Linguistic Data Contribute to Argumentation Analysis in Biology?)

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    Zaslawsky, D.

    1976-01-01

    Attempts to determine to what extent a linguistic analysis can contribute to an epistemological study of scientific texts. Considerations are also given on the methodological role of argumentation in linguistic science. (Text is in French.) (CDSH/AM)

  13. Vibrations et relaxations dans les molécules biologiques. Apports de la diffusion incohérente inélastique de neutrons

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    Zanotti, J.-M.

    2005-11-01

    Le présent document ne se veut pas un article de revue mais plutôt un élément d'initiation à une technique encore marginale en Biologie. Le lecteur est supposé être un non spécialiste de la diffusion de neutrons poursuivant une thématique à connotation biologique ou biophysique mettant en jeu des phénomènes dynamiques. En raison de la forte section de diffusion incohérente de l'atome d'hydrogène et de l'abondance de cet élément dans les protéines, la diffusion incohérente inélastique de neutrons est une technique irremplaçable pour sonder la dynamique interne des macromolécules biologiques. Après un rappel succinct des éléments théoriques de base, nous décrivons le fonctionnement de différents types de spectromètres inélastiques par temps de vol sur source continue ou pulsée et discutons leurs mérites respectifs. Les deux alternatives utilisées pour décrire la dynamique des protéines sont abordées: (i)l'une en termes de physique statistique, issue de la physique des verres, (ii) la seconde est une interprétation mécanistique. Nous montrons dans ce cas, comment mettre à profit les complémentarités de domaines en vecteur de diffusion et de résolution en énergie de différents spectromètres inélastiques de neutrons (temps de vol, backscattering et spin-écho) pour accéder, à l'aide d'un modèle physique simple, à la dynamique des protéines sur une échelle de temps allant d'une fraction de picoseconde à quelques nanosecondes.

  14. Les apports organiques et leur transformation en milieu abyssal à l'interface eau-sédiment dans l'Océan Atlantique tropical

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    Khripounoff, Alexis; Rowe, Gilbert T

    1985-01-01

    Cinq pièges à particules ont été déployés à des profondeurs comprises entre 4400 et 4 900 rn sur deux stations dans la plaine abyssale de Demerara et une station dans la plaine abyssale du Cap Vert (Atlantique tropical). Dans le même temps, un échantillonnage intensif du sédiment superficiel a été réalisé à l'aide d'un carottier de 0,25 m2 d'ouverture. Le flux particulaire total mesuré varie de 372 mg de matière sèche/m2/jour à 87,7 mg/m2/g de matériel récolté. Dans les sédiments superficiels...

  15. Explicitation et structuration des connaissances pour la transformation de l’entreprise : les apports de la méthode Praxeme

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    Biard , Thierry; Bigand , Michel; Bourey , Jean-Pierre

    2013-01-01

    International audience; To transform itself, enterprises must explicit then structure their knowledge. Praxeme, an enterprise architecture method, proposes a framework for that. This article describes an approach for using Praxeme and advises some modelling tools. The aim of enterprise architecture is reminded. The concept of business architecture transformation, which takes care of the enterprise's knowledge, is indicated. An overview of methodological framework is provided. A transformation...

  16. État d'avancement du projet de rédaction de l'histoire de l'apport ...

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    , avait pour but principal de terminer le tournage de la minisérie, qui sera diffusée sur les ondes de TFO, la télévision éducative et culturelle de l'Ontario français. Avant la date butoir de février 2009, les historiens et leurs ...

  17. Apport du traitement d'images dans le suivi de l'influence des teneurs en nutriments sur la croissance des lentilles d'eau (Lemna minor

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    Tangou, TT.

    2014-01-01

    Full Text Available Contribution of image processing in monitoring the influence of nutrients on the growth of duckweed (Lemna minor. The growth of duckweed (Lemna minor is an important component in the treatment process in wastewater floating macrophyte ponds. An excess or shortage of this biomass may be responsible for the dysfunction of such ponds. Modeling these duckweed ponds through mass balances based on Petersen's matrix may be helpful in facilitating the optimal management of such facilities. This study sought to assess the efficiency of digital image processing in the growth monitoring of Lemna minor under different concentrations of nitrogen and phosphorus. The experiments were carried out in a growth chamber (phytotron using an experimental pilot involving initial fresh Lemna minor biomass (1 g, nitrogen and phosphorus concentrations varying between 5 and 64 mg N-NH4+·l-1, and 1 and 24 mg P-PO43-·-1, respectively. Digital image processing was achieved in addition to gravimetric methods (fresh weight and/or dry weight. Our results showed that the image processing method allowed a continuous and non-destructive monitoring of duckweed biomass. The growth of Lemna minor progressively decreased when nitrogen and phosphorus concentrations were greater than 16 mg N-NH4+·l-1 and 6 mg P-PO43-·-1. The maximum growth rates μmax were of the order of 0.07 d-1. The kinetic constants KS and KI were respectively 3.83 mg·l-1 and 204 mg·l-1 for nitrogen, and 1.26 mg·l-1 and 13.3 mg·l-1 for phosphorus. Such results are interesting as they could contribute to the optimal management of Lemna minor and the modeling of biological reactors.

  18. Apport de matières fertilisantes avant plantation de vigne. Résultats d'un essai en sol de Graves du Bordelais

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    Jacques Delas

    1983-03-01

    A complete basic fertilizer with joined organic, calcary and phospho-potassic elements enhances plant development and gives a normal crop yield four years after planting. No or incomplete basic fertilizer leads to very low crop yields and is followed by a replacement of a large number of vinestocks.

  19. Henri FAYOL, 100 ans et pas une ride L’apport de l’œuvre de Fayol dans le monde moderne

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    Brodhag, Christian

    2016-01-01

    International audience; Demain se tiendra à l'Ecole un colloque scientifique sur Henri FAYOL, il permettra à des chercheurs d'horizons variés de porter des regards croisés sur l'oeuvre de notre glorieux ancien. Certains sont déjà présents ce soir, et je les salue. En posant la question de la pertinence de l'actualité de l'oeuvre de FAYOL, je ne me départirai pas de la rigueur qui sied au scientifique, mais je ne m'accorderai une licence plus politique. En effet cette dimension de l'oeuvre de ...

  20. Contribution of stable isotopes to the study of pharmacokinetics of magnesium salts; Apport des isotopes stables a l'etude de la pharmacocinetique de sels de magnesium

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    Benech, H

    1999-05-28

    The use of stable isotopes as labels is becoming an attractive tool for the study of magnesium behavior in humans. It has been used two stable isotopes of magnesium, {sup 25}Mg and {sup 26}Mg, to measure the absolute bioavailability of a pharmaceutical form of magnesium. (N.C.)

  1. Bone marrow scintigraphy. An aid to the diagnosis and prognosis of myelofibrosis. Scintigraphie medullaire. Apport pour le diagnostic et le pronostic des myelofibroses

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    Rain, J.D.; Najean, Y. (Hopital Saint-Louis, 75 - Paris (France))

    1993-05-01

    During the last three years 77 patients with myelofibrosis were studied by scintigraphy, using 99m Tc colloids and 111 in transferring as tracers. Low axial uptake of the colloids, extension of the indium uptake beyond the axis towards the knees and sometimes the ankles and elbows, and splenic indium uptake are valuable diagnostic criteria, particularly useful to exclude myelofibrosis associated with a malignant disorder. The clinical severity of the disease, and in particular the disappearance of physiologically active bone marrow (indium uptake) can be predicted from isotopic studies. Bone marrow scintigraphy could contribute to the difficult decision of splenectomy.

  2. Le détour, la pause et l'optimalité. Essai sur la distance et ses apports au transport et à l'urbanisme

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    L'HOSTIS, Alain

    2014-01-01

    La distance est un élément central pour la compréhension et pour l'action sur la ville et les territoires dans leurs liens avec les transports. Pourtant la distance n'a pas été considérée dans toutes ses potentialités dans les disciplines qui abordent la spatialité, c'est-à-dire la géographie, l'économie, la psychologie et la sociologie, et qui constituent les principaux gisements de savoirs académiques mobilisés par les spécialistes de l'urbanisme, de l'aménagement et des transports. L'inves...

  3. Le détour, la pause et l'optimalité, Essai sur la distance et ses apports au transport et à l'urbanisme

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    L'Hostis , Alain

    2014-01-01

    Distance is a central element in the understanding and for the action on cities, on territories and on transport. However, distance has not been considered at its full potential in the disciplines that care about spatiality, namely geography, economy, psychology and sociology, and that constitute the main corpus used by the specialists of urbanism, spatial planning and transport.The investigation exposed in this memoir shows that the geographical interpretation of the mathematical properties ...

  4. Progrès apportés par l'utilisation des zéolithes en cracking catalytique Advances Resulting from Using Zeolites in Catalytic Cracking

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    Marcilly Ch.

    2006-11-01

    Full Text Available Cet article a pour but d'exposer les progrès intervenus dans le cracking catalytique depuis l'utilisation des tamis moléculaires. II présente les nouveaux catalyseurs, compare leurs propriétés et leurs performances à celles des catalyseurs traditionnels et décrit les modifications et les progrès technologiques qu'ont entraînés l'utilisation des zéolithes. II se limite au cracking catalytique en lit fluide (FCC qui est le type de mise en oeuvre de loin le plus exploité. The aim of this article is to describe advances made in catalytic cracking since molecular sieves began being used. New catalyts are described, their properties and performances are compared with those of traditional catalysts, and the changes and technological advances resulting from the use of zeolites are explained. The article is limited to fluid catalytic cracking IFCCI which is by far the most widely used procedure.

  5. Interest of nuclear medicine in the diagnosis of congenital and childhood hypothyroidism; Apports de la medecine nucleaire au diagnostic des hypothyroidies congenitales et de l'enfant

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    Clerc, J. [Hopital Necker, Medecine Nucleaire, 75 - Paris (France)

    2002-08-01

    The paediatric thyroid scan (PTS) remains a cornerstone test in guiding the etiological diagnosis of congenital hypothyroidism (CH). In hypothyroid babies, thyroxine therapy must be started immediately. A reliable PTS can be obtained in the following days even under T4 therapy. {sup 123}I is the isotope of choice since it provides quantitated images and a clinically relevant grading of dys-hormonal-genetic disorders. The dosimetry of {sup 123}I is lower than usually considered because iodine uptake is absent or low in most cases of CH and because the energy deposited within the colloid has no expected radiobiological detriment. PTS is a highly contributive, sensitive and reproducible test in identifying thyroid dysgenesis the most frequent etiology (70%) of permanent CH. Since agenesis requires a very careful T4 therapy monitoring, PTS is also of therapeutic interest. PTS can distinguish 3 types of dys-hormonal-genetic disorders (10%). In type 1, low uptake indicates a defective R-TSH or a NIS defect when {sup 123}I gastric uptake is absent. Type 2 - high uptake, goiter and positive perchlorate discharge test (PDT) - refers to organification defects (TPO, THOX1,2, Pendrin). Type 3 (goiter, high uptake, negative PDT) includes coupling defects, thyroglobulin abnormalities and dehalogenase deficiency. Main transient aetiologies (20%) of CH are iodine overload and blocking anti hR-TSH antibodies, while thyroiditis and dietary iodine overload are more frequent thereafter The molecular understanding of the defects involved in CH rapidly develops. However, precocious diagnosis, appropriate T4 therapy and sorting out the etiology are the most relevant parameters which determine the final clinical prognosis. (author)

  6. Apports en DHA (acide gras oméga-3 par les poissons et les fruits de mer consommés en France

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    Bourre Jean-Marie

    2007-01-01

    Full Text Available This present work measures the contributions of seafood (finfish and shellfish, wild and farmed to the intakes of DHA in France, year 2005, and consequently to the French recommended daily intakes (RDA of DHA. For this purpose, we measured the concentrations of DHA in each individual seafood by analysis of many published data. We also determined the exact consumption of the main products of seafood (fishing and farming in France (year 2005 using the modified method of the dietary intake measurement defined by the FAO. For year 2005, the 34 species of finfish and shellfish whose DHA contents are known account for 150% of the RDA of this omega-3 fatty acid. Taking all the species individually and extrapolating to include those whose DHA contents are not known, gives 156% of the RDA. The 10 greatest contributors to the DHA intake in the present diet are: salmon (47.6 mg/day/person, sardine (28.4, tuna (20.5, mackerel (15.7, herring (12.4, Alaskan pollock (8.9, cod (6.9, trout (6.5, hake (4.7, saithe (4.6. The 5 species of oily fish (salmon, sardine, tuna, mackerel and herring provide 63% of the DHA intake, and thus approx 95% of the French RDA. Besides DHA, seafood contains low amounts of ALA, but it can very high in farmed fish fed on rapeseed or linseed products. Omega-3 fatty acids (including EPA and DHA have an important role in human diet, both for prevention and the therapy of different pathologies. Data from many epidemiological studies has shown an inverse association between fish consumption, generally oily fish, and reductions in certain diseases. Although number of people do not lack dietary DHA, others, mainly pregnant women and nursing mothers and those people whose life styles or socio-economic positions restrict their seafood intakes, would benefit greatly from an increased intake of this omega-3 fatty acid.

  7. Individual sensitivity to radiations and DNA repair proficiency: the comet assay contribution; Sensibilite individuelle aux radiations et reparation de l`ADN: apport du test des cometes

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    Alapetite, C. [Institut Curie, 75 - Paris (France)

    1998-09-01

    Some are hereditary syndromes demonstrate high cancer risk and hypersensitivity in response to exposures to agents such as ultraviolet or ionising radiation, and are characterized by a defective processing of DNA damage. They highlight the importance of the individual risk associated to exposures. The comet assay, a simple technique that detects DNA strand breaks, requires few cells and allows examination of DNA repair capacities in established cell lines, in blood samples or biopsies. The assay has been validated on cellular systems with known repair defects such as xeroderma pigmentosum defective in nucleotide excision repair, on mutant rodent cell lines defective in DNA single strand breaks rejoining (XRCC5/Ku80 and XRCC7/DNAPKcs) (neutral conditions). This assay does not allow to distinguish a defective phenotype in ataxia telangiectasia cells. It shows in homozygous mouse embryo fibroblasts Brca2-/- an impaired DNA double strand break rejoining. Simplicity, rapidity and sensitivity of the alkaline comet assay allow to examine the response of lymphocytes. It has been applied to the analysis of the role of DNA repair in the pathogenesis of collagen diseases, and the involvement of individual DNA repair proficiency in the thyroid tumorigenesis induced in some patients after therapeutic irradiation at childhood has been questioned. Preliminary results of these studies suggest that this type of approach could help for adapting treatment modalities and surveillance in subgroups of patients defective in DNA repair process. It could also have some incidence in the radioprotection field. (author)

  8. Apport des approches inspirées de la neuropsychologie au diagnostic d'autisme chez l'adulte: une étude de cas

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    Weiner , L.; Baratta , A.; Henry , J.; Di Santi , C.

    2010-01-01

    Resume Nous allons illustrer a partir d?un cas clinique les procedures diagnostiques des troubles du spectre autistique chez l?adulte, inspirees des theories neurocognitives actuelles. Nous relatons le cas d?un homme de 29 ans recu en consultation psychiatrique. Le diagnostic initialement retenu etait celui de personnalite evitante, compliquee de phobie sociale et d?un trouble depressif intercurrent. Malgre la diminution des symptomes anxieux et depressifs apres l?instauration d?un...

  9. Maladies péritonéales : place et apport de l'imagerie par résonance magnétique

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    Rousset , Pascal

    2015-01-01

    Magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) allows news approaches to improve diagnostic and therapeutic issues related to peritoneal diseases. This technique requires using dedicated protocols and has a learning curve. After a literature review on peritoneal imaging highlighting the role of MRI and its potential underutilization, the purpose of this work was to study the contribution of MRI in two models of diffuse peritoneal diseases. The first model concerned endometriosis. Using dedicated protocols,...

  10. Les apports du traitement automatique des langues à la lisibilité du français langue étrangère

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    François, Thomas

    2011-01-01

    This thesis offers a critical analysis of the methodological means to be used to implement a readability formula specific to the context of French as a foreign language (FFL). A readability formula is a tool that allows to assess automatically the reading complexity of a text, using a set of linguistic features such as syntactic complexity, lexical load, etc.. After summarizing the current views on the way a FFL learner understands a text, this study offers a review as complete as possibl...

  11. Contribution of stable isotopes to the study of pharmacokinetics of magnesium salts; Apport des isotopes stables a l'etude de la pharmacocinetique de sels de magnesium

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    Benech, H

    1999-05-28

    The use of stable isotopes as labels is becoming an attractive tool for the study of magnesium behavior in humans. It has been used two stable isotopes of magnesium, {sup 25}Mg and {sup 26}Mg, to measure the absolute bioavailability of a pharmaceutical form of magnesium. (N.C.)

  12. L'apport de la communication engageante et des représentations sociales dans le cadre de la promotion de l'éco-mobilité

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    Bourg , Ghislain

    2011-01-01

    The purpose of this thesis was to test the applicability of binding communication in the case of car use reduction. The first two studies (1 & 2) bring out the relationship between an individual and his mobility. Our results lead us to consider a system of double bind between the challenges of sustainable development and daily obligations. The individual recognizes the negative impact of car use on the environment but justifies his behavior by an important need for flexibility. Three studies ...

  13. Apport de l'approche multicouche et du signal isotopique pour la compréhension de la respiration du sol en écosystème forestier

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    Goffin, S.

    2011-01-01

    Full Text Available Relevance of multilayer approach and isotopic signal in the understanding of soil respiration in forest ecosystem. Soil CO2 efflux is one of the most important flux in carbon cycle. Its amplitude is estimated to 68 ± 4 Pg C per year. In temperate forest, it represents approximately 60-80% of total CO2 emissions from the ecosystem (ecosystem respiration. Given its magnitude and the consequences of any amplitude change on the atmosphere carbon dioxide content, it is essential to improve knowledge of the mechanisms that govern it and know precisely the influence of environmental variables (edaphic and climatic. This paper aims to show the interest of conducting multilayer analysis of the mechanisms causing this flow (transport and production rather than restricting the study to the soil surface. In addition, this article highlights the isotopic tool benefits to improve the mechanistic understanding of this efflux.

  14. Probabilistic methods for the simulation of fuel particles behavior under irradiation; Apport des methodes probabilistes dans la simulation du comportement sous irradiation du combustible a particules

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    Cannamela, C

    2007-09-15

    This work is devoted to the evaluation of mathematical expectations in the context of structural reliability. We seek a failure probability estimate (that we assume low), taking into account the uncertainty of influential parameters of the System. Our goal is to reach a good compromise between the accuracy of the estimate and the associated computational cost. This approach is used to estimate the failure probability of fuel particles from a HTR-type nuclear reactor. This estimate is obtain by means of costly numerical simulations. We consider different probabilistic methods to tackle the problem. First, we consider a variance reducing Monte Carlo method: importance sampling. For the parametric case, we propose adaptive algorithms in order to build a series of probability densities that will eventually converge to optimal importance density. We then present several estimates of the mathematical expectation based on this series of densities. Next, we consider a multi-level method using Monte Carlo Markov Chain algorithm. Finally, we turn our attention to the related problem of quantile estimation (non extreme) of physical output from a large-scale numerical code. We propose a controlled stratification method. The random input parameters are sampled in specific regions obtained from surrogate of the response. The estimation of the quantile is then computed from this sample. (author)

  15. Contribution of stimulations for the optimization of quantitative electron probe micro analysis of heterogeneous catalysts; Apport de la simulation dans l'optimisation de l'analyse quantitative par microsonde electronique de catalyseurs heterogenes

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    Sorbier, L.

    2001-11-01

    Electron Probe Micro Analysis (EPMA) is frequently used to measure the local concentration of active elements in heterogeneous catalysts. However, when classical procedures are used, a significant deficit is observed both in local total concentration and mean total concentrations. A Monte Carlo program simulating measured intensities (characteristic lines and continuous background) has been written using PENELOPE routines. We have included in this program models taking into account the different physical phenomena likely to lead to the observed signal loss (insulating properties, roughness, porosity, energy loss at interfaces). Simulation results have shown that an important roughness (Ra>200 nm) was the only parameter apt to lead to a significant total signal loss. This led us to inquire into another origin to explain the signal loss observed on meso-porous samples. Measurements conducted on a meso-porous alumina confirmed that measuring aluminum, oxygen and carbon leads to a correct total of concentrations. Signal loss is thus explained by the contamination of the sample during its preparation, the components of the embedding resin diffusing into the porosity and reacting with the reactive surface of the catalyst support. In the case of macroporous catalysts, local roughness effect is very important. The simulations have shown the efficiency of the Peak to Background method to correct these local roughness effects. Measurements conducted on reforming and hydro-treating catalysts have led to a correct total concentration and confirmed the contribution of the Peak to Background method to achieve local quantitative measurement. (author)

  16. Apports des modèles de métapopulation hors équilibre : application à l'évaluation de la dynamique des plantes forestières

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    Lalechère , Etienne

    2017-01-01

    Metapopulation models are used to predict the occupancy of habitats from landscape spatial configuration. Habitat destruction and creation can lead to an extinction debt or an immigration credit that are time-delayed species dynamics following habitat turnover. Such delays mean that species are not in equilibrium with the current landscape structures. The aim of this thesis is to evaluate the contribution of non-equilibrium metapopulation models to understand time-delayed dynamics theoretical...

  17. Contributions of vitreous natural analogs to the investigation of long-term nuclear glass behavior; Apports des analogues naturels vitreux a la validation des codes de prediction du comportement a long terme des verres nucleaires

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    Techer, I

    1999-07-01

    This study assesses the extend of the analogy between the alteration behavior in water and in a moist clay environment of aluminosilicate volcanic glass and alumino-borosilicate nuclear containment glass. Basaltic glass alteration in water initially occurs by hydrolysis processes with an activation energy on the order of 73 kJ.mol{sup -1}. As the reaction progresses, the alteration rate drops by over four orders of magnitude from the initial rate r{sub 0}, The alteration kinetics are not governed by the alteration solution chemistry alone, the glass alteration film appears to have a major role as a diffusion barrier limiting the transfer of reaction species and products. All these aspects highlight the behavioral analogy between basaltic glass and nuclear borosilicate glass in aqueous media. Conversely, the alteration reaction of obsidian-type volcanic glass involves other mechanisms than those governing the dissolution of borosilicate glass. Basaltic glass alteration is also examined in the presence of a clay environmental material, in a study of the natural basaltic glass and argillaceous pelites system of the Salagou basin in southern France, in an approach combining mineralogical, chemical and isotopic data to assess the interactions between a basaltic glass and the argillaceous pelites. Laboratory leach test results with basaltic glass and measured data for the Salagou glass in its natural environment are modeled using a code implementing a kinetic law coupling diffusive transfer of dissolved silica with a reaction affinity law. (author)

  18. Apport de la biopsie radioguidée dans le diagnostic histopathologique des tumeurs de l'enfant: expérience de l'Hôpital d'Enfant de Rabat

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    El Ochi, Mohamed Réda; Bellarbi, Salma; Rouas, Lamiae; Lamalmi, Najat; Malihy, Abderrahmane; Alhamany, Zaitouna; Cherradi, Nadia

    2015-01-01

    La biopsie radioguidée constitue une alternative à la biopsie chirurgicale invasive et à la cytologie pour le diagnostic des tumeurs pédiatriques. L'intérêt de notre étude est d’évaluer la valeur diagnostique des biopsies radioguidées examinées au laboratoire d'anatomopathologie de l'hôpital d'Enfants de Rabat (HER). L’étude a porté sur 78 biopsies radioguidées recueillies dans notre laboratoire entre janvier 2008 et décembre 2011. l’âge moyen des patients était de 5 ans et 10 mois avec une prédominance masculine (65,4%). La tumeur était abdominale dans 80% des cas, thoracique dans 15% cas, thoracique et abdominale dans 2,5% et sacrée dans 1,2%. Les biopsies étaient écho-guidées dans 90% des cas et scannoguidées dans 10% des cas. Le diagnostic histopathologique était posé dans 89% des cas. L'immuno-histochimie a été indiquée dans 35% des cas. Les diagnostics les plus fréquents étaient: tumeurs neuroblastiques (42 cas), lymphomes non hodgkiniens (10 cas), rhabdomyosarcomes (6 cas), autres (sarcome d'Ewing, néphroblastomes, tumeur myofibroblastique inflammatoire, maladies de Hodgkin, leucémie aiguë, hépatoblastome et ostéosarcome). Dans notre série, la biopsie radioguidée a permis un diagnostic histopathologique certain dans 89% des cas. Elle nécessite une étroite collaboration entre clinicien, radiologue et anatomopathologiste pour discuter son indication, afin de diminuer le nombre de biopsies peu ou non représentatives. PMID:26587165

  19. Gestion des bio-agresseurs et réduction des pesticides en culture de laitue sous abris froids : apports croisés d’expérimentations factorielles et systémiques

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    Barrière , Virginie

    2015-01-01

    The reduction of pesticide reliance in lettuce cropping systems is a short term objective sharedby public authorities and by the stakeholders of lettuce market. Reaching this goal implies thesubstitution of pesticides by others techniques which may limit pest and pathogen damage. Thesetechniques can be intended to mitigate pest and pathogen invasion or propagation, to increaseplant defenses or to remove pests and pathogens from the crop. The improvement of currentcropping systems relies on i)...

  20. On the study of petroleum system operation: contribution of a two-dimensional modeling; Contribution a l`etude du fonctionnement des systemes petroliers: apport d`une modelisation bi-dimensionnelle

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    Burrus, J.

    1997-07-10

    The third volume of this thesis which main objective is to validate concepts used in hydrocarbon generation and migration models, and more especially the Temispack model developed by IFP, is concerned with the study of over-pressures, sub-compaction and the hydro-mechanical properties of shales. A general conclusion is proposed with the validation of physical and chemico-physical laws, the sedimentary dynamics of basins, and a methodology for the implementation of models in the related basins

  1. On the study of petroleum system operation: contribution of a two-dimensional modeling; Contribution a l`etude du fonctionnement des systemes petroliers: apport d`une modelisation bi-dimensionnelle

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    Burrus, J

    1997-07-10

    The aim of the thesis is to validate concepts used in hydrocarbon generation and migration models; the model considered is the Temispack model developed by IFP, and the validation is based on the investigation of the thermal and hydraulic evolution in various sedimentary basins. It is shown that, in general, the thermal history of sediments is influenced by external processes (sedimentation rates, lithology, climate changes, regional-scale groundwater circulations) which frequently overprint internal processes (variations of crustal/mantle heat flow). It is found that external processes can frequently explain past thermal events that were erroneously attributed to internal causes (tectonic-thermal events). The origin of over-pressures in young basins with high sedimentation rates is shown to be generally related to compaction disequilibrium. Shale permeability values calibrated against overpressure profiles are consistent with experimental constraints. Compaction models predict too-high porosity in over-pressured sediments; this inconsistency is shown to be related to an inadequate definition of the Biot coefficient. In intracratonic basins with low sedimentation rates, diagenesis and fracturing are responsible for the large variability of shale permeability. Hydrocarbon generation models based on Arrhenius kinetics, and kinetic parameters calibrated on Rock Eval pyrolysis experiments are shown to be consistent with observations. Hydrocarbon expulsion and migration can be approximated by a multiphase Darcy equation using pseudo relative permeabilities. Migration pathways are shown to be very sensitive to the stratigraphic organization of basins. The volume 1 presents a bibliographical review, the Temispack model, and the geodynamics of a passive-type margin, the Gulf of Lion

  2. Contribution of new cytogenetic techniques in the estimations of old irradiations in retrospective biological dosimetry; Apport des nouvelles techniques de cytogenetiques dans l'estimation des irradiations anciennes en dosimetrie biologique retrospective

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    Pouzoulet, F

    2007-10-15

    The objective of this study was to answer three questions: if the translocations are steady: the results have shown that the translocations even if they are not obligatory steady can be used in retrospective dosimetry. Furthermore, it appeared important to consider the complex translocations in view of their relative stability and complementary information they bring ( quality of radiation, received dose). The second question is what contribution of the M-F.I.S.H. in the translocations analysis in comparison with the F.I.S.H.-3: we have shown that the M-F.I.S.H. would allow to raise the whole of doubt due to a partial genome observation. that has for effect to increase the precision of the analysis and that what ever be the received dose. The third question is if there are differences between the chromosomal aberrations generated by x radiation of 50 keV and by gamma radiation from cobalt-60: yes, the low energy photons generate more translocations than the photons coming from cobalt-60. But they generate less dicentrics. this difference comes from the way the energy is deposited that leads to a more important formation of complex and multiple translocations with the low energy photons. this could constitute a problem in the use of low energy photons in radiotherapy. it would seem that the simple translocations rate is not influenced by the photons energy. (N.C.)

  3. On the study of petroleum system operation: contribution of a two-dimensional modeling; Contribution a l`etude du fonctionnement des systemes petroliers: apport d`une modelisation bi-dimensionnelle

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    Burrus, J

    1997-07-10

    The second volume of this thesis which main objective is to validate concepts used in hydrocarbon generation and migration models, and more especially the Temispack model developed by IFP, is concerned with the study of petroleum genesis and migration in the Viking Graben, the Williston basin, the Paris basin, and in deltas such as Gulf Coast and the Mahakam delta

  4. Apport de la géostatistique à la description des stockages de gaz en aquifère Contribution of Geostatistics to Describing Aquifer Gas-Storage Reservoirs

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    Delhomme J. P.

    2006-11-01

    Full Text Available L'étude du comportement d'un réservoir de gaz en nappe aquifère réclame une connaissance aussi précise que possible des caractéristiques géométriques et pétrophysiques des couches réservoirs. Les moyens d'investigation sont de deux natures : - forages permettant une connaissance locale des roches réservoirs ; - mesures sismiques conduisant à une estimation approximative des cotes de certains repères stratigraphiques, en des points situés le long de profils. Les données recueillies sont donc, par nature, fragmentaires et discrètes : là où elles sont absentes, il y a lieu d'estimer les grandeurs étudiées en tenant compte au mieux de notre connaissance de leur variabilité spatiale. Ce problème d'interpolation optimale a donné lieu, depuis une vingtaine d'années, à l'élaboration et la mise en pratique d'un outil théorique particulièrement bien adapté aux besoins exprimés par les techniciens des sciences de la terre : la théorie des variables régionalisées due à G. Matheron. Des programmes informatiques mettant en oeuvre cette théorie sont actuellement opérationnels. Des exemples d'application en sont donnés : - tracé automatique de cartes structurales à partir des données de forages et des mesures sismiques ; - estimation des incertitudes de prévision sur les profondeurs ; - tracé de plusieurs variantes de carte compatibles avec les données ; - établissement d'éléments statistiques relatifs à une grandeur caractéristique d'un stockage : volume stockable par exemple ; - génération automatique des données nécessaires à la mise en oeuvre d'un modèle maillé de réservoir. Predicting and monitoring the behavior of an aquifer gas-storage reservoir requires as precise a knowledge as possible of the geometric and petrophysical properties of the reservoir layer. Two ways of obtaining this information can be given: (a Boreholes which provide local knowledge of the reservoir, and (b Seismic measurements which lead to more or less accurate depth estimates for some stratigraphic markers at points located along profiles. Therefore, the data are inherently fragmentary. At points where they are lacking, we have to make the most of available information in order to estimate the unknown values. This problem of optimum interpolation has led to a new theoretical approach which is particularly suited to the earth sciences. This theory is called the theory of regionalized variablesby its author, G. Matheron. It has given rise to effective computer programs, and developments are still being made. Examples of possible applications are: (a Computer-drawn structural maps based on borehole data and seismic measurements; assessment of the prediction uncertainty for the depth of the top-layer; alternative top-layer maps all of which are consistent with the data. (b Probabilistic evaluation of the storage volume available. (c Gridded input to reservoir models.

  5. De la bibliographie matérielle aux "Digital Studies" ? L'apport des SIC à la compréhension de la matérialité numérique

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    2017-01-01

    International audience; In recent years, anglo-saxon research on digital culture experiencing a "material turn". Under the name of "Digital Studies", they emphasize the study of the properties of hardware and software, paying attention to the conditions of their production, their history and their effects. However, "Sciences de l’information et de la communication" defend such a position for twenty years. This article questions the constitution of this epistemological axis in France, before p...

  6. Contribution of radioimmunological techniques on the management of undernourished children in Senegal; Apport des techniques radio-immunologiques pour une meilleure prise en charge de l'enfant malnutri au Senegal

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    Mbodj, M.; Gassama, S.S.; Sow, H.T.; Ndoye, O.; Ndong, B. [Universite Cheikh-Anta-Diop, Lab. de Biophysique et Medecine Nucleaire, Faculte de Medecine, Dakar-Liberte (Senegal); Diarra, M. [Universite Cheikh-Anta-Diop, Lab. de Biophysique Pharmaceutique, Faculte de Pharmacie (Senegal); Sarr, M.; Diagne, I.; Diouf, S. [Universite Cheikh-Anta-Diop, Institut de Pediatrie Sociale, Dakar (Senegal)

    2007-08-15

    Malnutrition in children continues to be a major health burden in Senegal. The main objective of this study was to discuss the existence of a thyroid disease induced by the various deficiencies, among which iodine, in these children and to assess the effects of the treatment on the thyroid function. Materials and methods Sixty eight children divided in a random way in two groups according to the addition or not of marine algae Hypnea to the traditional nutritional supplementation were included in the study. To appreciate at the same time the nutritional and biological state and to follow the evolution under treatment, the anthropometric parameters were the ratios: weight/age, weight/size, and height/age. Radioimmunoassays of free T3, free T4 and immunoradiometric assays of TSH were carried out in undernourished children before and after supplementation enriched or not in algae. Other blood parameters were measured among them protides, magnesium, and hemoglobin. Results They showed two types of biological abnormalities: low T3 syndrome (8.6%), compensated functional hypothyroidism (9%). The treatment induced neither iodine overload, nor thyroid disease. Conclusion In the program of nutritional rehabilitation, the isotopic techniques allow us to establish the low prevalence (17.6%) of the disturbances of the thyroid function (low T3 syndrome and compensated functional hypothyroidism, thus providing the differential diagnosis), and to confirm the absence of any thyroid disease induced by the iodine supply of the marine algae Hypnea. (authors)

  7. Dislocations and elementary processes of plasticity in FCC metals: atomic scale simulations; Dislocations et processus elementaires de la plasticite dans les metaux CFC: apports des simulations a l'echelle atomique

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    Rodney, D

    2000-07-01

    We present atomic-scale simulations of two elementary processes of FCC crystal plasticity. The first study consists in the simulation by molecular dynamics, in a nickel crystal, of the interactions between an edge dislocation and glissile interstitial loops of the type that form under irradiation in displacement cascades. The simulations show various atomic-scale interaction processes leading to the absorption and drag of the loops by the dislocation. These reactions certainly contribute to the formation of the 'clear bands' observed in deformed irradiated materials. The simulations also allow to study quantitatively the role of the glissile loops in irradiation hardening. In particular, dislocation unpinning stresses for certain pinning mechanisms are evaluated from the simulations. The second study consists first in the generalization in three dimensions of the quasi-continuum method (QCM), a multi-scale simulation method which couples atomistic techniques and the finite element method. In the QCM, regions close to dislocation cores are simulated at the atomic-scale while the rest of the crystal is simulated with a lower resolution by means of a discretization of the displacement fields using the finite element method. The QCM is then tested on the simulation of the formation and breaking of dislocation junctions in an aluminum crystal. Comparison of the simulations with an elastic model of dislocation junctions shows that the structure and strength of the junctions are dominated by elastic line tension effects, as is assumed in classical theories. (author)

  8. The influence of the PDMS technique in the study of the induced modifications of polymers used in nuclear environment; Apport de la technique PDMS a l`etude des modifications induites dans des polymeres utilises en ambiance nucleaire

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    Nsouli, B [Lyon-1 Univ., 69 - Villeurbanne (France). Inst. de Physique Nucleaire

    1995-07-20

    The PDMS technique (Particle Induced Desorption Mass Spectrometry) combined with a TOF detection (Time of Flight) is the main tool used in this study of polymer degradation in nuclear environment. Ar{sup 3+} ions with a 9 MeV energy have been used to induce the secondary ion emission, and the study was devoted to two stresses typical of this type of environment. The first part of the work concerned with the structural modifications induced by gamma irradiation on ion exchange resin, used for nuclear effluents reprocessing, namely the poly(4-vinylpyridine), or P-4PV. For such a material, the negative fragment emission is particularly sensitive to structural modifications. Difficult physical measurements in such an insoluble and infusible material (IR, UV - Vis, EPR, TGA, dielectric measurements) became consistent after the degradation mechanisms were elucidated. These effects, interpreted in terms of scissions and recombinations, enabled us to explicit different modes of energy deposition, and shed light on some discrepancies between SIMS and PDMS. The second part of the study is devoted to the thermal ageing of an elastomer, used in fabrication of valve gaskets submitted to high temperatures. First of all, we studied the constituents of the polymeric material, i. e. copolymer, homo polymers, and also additives. This last component proved useful to analyze, as a superficial lubricant layer can mask the conformational rearrangements which seem to occur after few hours of thermal treatment (PE blocks are prevailing at the surface). Here too, the PDMS information is important to account for static SIMS and ESCA results, as its probed layer thickness lies in-between. (author) 187 refs.

  9. Compréhension de la continuité d'utilisation des réseaux sociaux numériques : Les apports de la théorie du don

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    Mlaiki , Alya

    2012-01-01

    In this dissertation, we propose a reading grid of interactions within social networking sites, which is rooted in the theory of the gift developed by Marcel Mauss. This lighting allows us to conceptualize the “virtual social tie” which explains the continuance of usage of these online platforms. It also leads us to develop a taxonomy of social networking sites’ users based on their behavior as “donors” and “receivers” on these websites. Thus, we have identified four groups which are: “connec...

  10. Merits of magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) for the diagnosis of myositis ossificans circumscripta. Apport de l'imagerie par resonance magnetique (IRM) dans le diagnostic de la myosite ossifiante circonscrite (MOC)

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    Bouchardy, L.; Garcia, J. (Hopital Cantonal Geneve, Geneva (Switzerland))

    1994-02-01

    A retrospective study of 5 cases, 4 of myositis ossificans circumscripta (MOC) and 1 of non-ossificans myositis, is presented. The clinical presentation was a painful soft-tissues swelling, and the final diagnosis was established by biopsy in 3 cases and clinical evolution in 2 cases. Different types of imaging techniques were performed: 4 MRI, 2 arteriographies, 3 Tc 99m scintigraphies, 3 US, 3 CT and plain film radiographs for all patients. MOC is a benign process (as opposed to myositis ossificans progressiva, which is an hereditary pathology with a fatal prognosis) with 3 phases of evolution: an acute or pseudo-inflammatory phase, a sub-acute or pseudo-tumoral phase and a chronic phase with a spontaneous healing. The radiologic diagnostic findings are dependent of the phase of the disease. The calcifications are seen earlier with scintigraphy than plain films, with US being less helpful. A heterogenous mass and calcifications are seen with CT. MRI allows the characterization of oedema during the acute phase and sometimes can exclude a malignant process. MRI is the best method for an early diagnosis, the differential diagnosis and to follow the evolution. (authors). 26 refs., 8 figs.

  11. Contribution of stimulations for the optimization of quantitative electron probe micro analysis of heterogeneous catalysts; Apport de la simulation dans l'optimisation de l'analyse quantitative par microsonde electronique de catalyseurs heterogenes

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    Sorbier, L

    2001-11-01

    Electron Probe Micro Analysis (EPMA) is frequently used to measure the local concentration of active elements in heterogeneous catalysts. However, when classical procedures are used, a significant deficit is observed both in local total concentration and mean total concentrations. A Monte Carlo program simulating measured intensities (characteristic lines and continuous background) has been written using PENELOPE routines. We have included in this program models taking into account the different physical phenomena likely to lead to the observed signal loss (insulating properties, roughness, porosity, energy loss at interfaces). Simulation results have shown that an important roughness (Ra>200 nm) was the only parameter apt to lead to a significant total signal loss. This led us to inquire into another origin to explain the signal loss observed on meso-porous samples. Measurements conducted on a meso-porous alumina confirmed that measuring aluminum, oxygen and carbon leads to a correct total of concentrations. Signal loss is thus explained by the contamination of the sample during its preparation, the components of the embedding resin diffusing into the porosity and reacting with the reactive surface of the catalyst support. In the case of macroporous catalysts, local roughness effect is very important. The simulations have shown the efficiency of the Peak to Background method to correct these local roughness effects. Measurements conducted on reforming and hydro-treating catalysts have led to a correct total concentration and confirmed the contribution of the Peak to Background method to achieve local quantitative measurement. (author)

  12. Apportioning bacterial carbon source utilization in soil using 14 C isotope analysis of FISH-targeted bacterial populations sorted by fluorescence activated cell sorting (FACS): 14 C-FISH-FACS.

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    Gougoulias, Christos; Meade, Andrew; Shaw, Liz J

    2018-02-19

    An unresolved need in microbial ecology is methodology to enable quantitative analysis of in situ microbial substrate carbon use at the population level. Here, we evaluated if a novel combination of radiocarbon-labelled substrate tracing, fluorescence in situ hybridisation (FISH) and fluorescence-activated cell sorting (FACS) to sort the FISH-targeted population for quantification of incorporated radioactivity ( 14 C-FISH-FACS) can address this need. Our test scenario used FISH probe PSE1284 targeting Pseudomonas spp. (and some Burkholderia spp.) and salicylic acid added to rhizosphere soil. We examined salicylic acid- 14 C fate (mineralized, cell-incorporated, extractable and non-extractable) and mass balance (0-24 h) and show that the PSE1284 population captured ∼ 50% of the Nycodenz extracted biomass 14 C. Analysis of the taxonomic distribution of the salicylic acid biodegradation trait suggested that PSE1284 population success was not due to conservation of this trait but due to competitiveness for the added carbon. Adding 50KBq of 14 C sample -1 enabled detection of 14 C in the sorted population at ∼ 60-600 times background; a sensitivity which demonstrates potential extension to analysis of rarer/less active populations. Given its sensitivity and compatibility with obtaining a C mass balance, 14 C-FISH-FACS allows quantitative dissection of C flow within the microbial biomass that has hitherto not been achieved. © 2018 Society for Applied Microbiology and John Wiley & Sons Ltd.

  13. « L’influence de la franc-maçonnerie française dans le Département Oriental de Cuba dans les années 1820 – Les apports de la prosopographie »

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    Agnès Renault

    2009-01-01

    Full Text Available After a first paper about the importance of the presence of the French Masons in Santiago de Cuba, between 1798 and 1808, this new work presents a second stage of the history of the Cuban Freemasonry in Santiago de Cuba. It begins in 1821, when the Frenchmen of Santiago de Cuba founded the lodge Humanité . This institution might have been created because of the comeback of the 1812 Spanish Constitution. This stage, during the trienio liberal , is very important. First, in this case, the founda tion of a lodge became legal, at the opposite of the first French lodges that were being displaced of the French colony towards another territory, meeting in secret. Some of the brothers were still French, but the new circ umstances and the best integration of the Frenchmen in Santiago de Cuba involved a major change with the introduction for the first time of Hispanic Cuban brothers. This phase is essential for the Cuban Freemasonry.

  14. La coopération internationale et régional concertant la protection de l'environnement et l'apport du droit nucleaire. L'exemple de la Mer Noir

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    Flore POP

    2005-10-01

    Full Text Available This article presents several short components regarding peaceful uses of nuclear energy, the role played by nuclear energy law, and of complementary institutions and programmes in connection to environmental protection. Additionally, this material discusses not only fundamental principles of cooperation directed towards sustainable development but also general principles of international law, within a framework of institutional intergovernmental and/or non governmental cooperation towards environmental protection, based upon global, regional, national or „No State” context. Dans ce bref article, nous voulons présenter quelques éléments ou repères préliminaires de l’utilisation pacifique de l’énergie nucléaire, le rôle du droit nucléaire, des institutions et programmes adjacents par rapport à la protection de l’environnement, les principes fondamentaux de la coopération pour un développement durable sur le plan régional, ainsi que les principes généraux de droit international susceptibles d’orienter la coopération intergouvernementale ou non-gouvernementale, sur la base des initiatives globales, régionales ou d’intérêt national, ou dans le cadre de la coopération “sans Etat”.

  15. Effects of ionizing radiations on reticulated polymers associated to nuclear wastes. The HSF-SIMS technique contribution; Effets des radiations ionisantes sur les polymeres reticules associes aux dechets nucleaires. Apport de la technique HSF-SIMS

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    Debre, O [Lyon-1 Univ., 69 - Villeurbanne (France). Inst. de Physique Nucleaire

    1997-06-30

    Among the materials used for confinement of nuclear wastes of low and medium level activity the epoxyde resins are known as matrices which preserve well their properties in an ionizing environment. This work is dedicated to the investigation of the modifications occurring in molecular structure of these materials as well as of the ion exchange resins they incorporate, irradiated in different conditions. The first part deals with the analysis of a commercial reticulated epoxyde resin submitted to a 2 MGy integral dose gamma irradiation under two different dose rate (51 and 900 Gy/h), and under two different environments (air and water). The results obtained with the techniques providing structure information (time-of-flight mass spectrometry (HSF-SIMS) and FT-IR spectrometry) confirm those obtained by techniques sensible to macroscopic properties of material (DMA, DSC), taking into account that no noticeable irradiation effect can be made evident inside the material. On the other hand, an irradiation carried out in air results in a superficial oxidation, due probably to the action of the air radiolysis products. The preliminary results of an ion irradiation followed by an in-situ HSF-SIMS analysis pointed out to a basic difference between the energy amount transferred by gamma photons and fast ions; the last ones being able to induce scissions of the nearby liaisons in the material. The second part of this work is concerned with the ion exchange resins of the type PS-DVB saturated in water and non-active ions, simulating real wastes, irradiated in the same conditions as the epoxyde resins. In contrast to the results on the last one, it appears that the irradiation of these materials results primarily in scissions of the functional groups on which the ions are attached. In addition to this finding it appears that the role of water as carrying outward the attached ions appears to be fundamental 175 refs.

  16. Modèle de formation du gisement d'argent d'Imiter (Anti-Atlas oriental, Maroc). Nouveaux apports de l'analyse structurale et minéralogique

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    Tuduri, Johann; Chauvet, Alain; Ennaciri, Aomar; Barbanson, Luc

    2006-03-01

    Based on a combined geometrical and mineralogical analysis, a three-stage model of formation of the mineralized veins of the giant Imiter silver deposit (Anti-Atlas, Morocco) is herein proposed. A first episode is characterized by the development of quartz, pink dolomite and Ag-rich minerals veins formed during a dextral transpressive event. The second episode is associated with a normal left-lateral motion that re-opens previous structures, filled by pink dolomite gangue. Alteration stages contribute to a local Ag enrichment. To cite this article: J. Tuduri et al., C. R. Geoscience 338 (2005).

  17. Interprétation hydrogéologique de l'aquifère des bassins sud-rifains (Maroc) : apport de la sismique réflexionHydrogeological interpretation of the southern Rifean basins aquifer (Morocco): seismic reflexion contribution

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    Zouhri, Lahcen; Gorini, Christian; Lamouroux, Christian; Vachard, Daniel; Dakki, Mohammed

    2003-03-01

    The aquifer of the Rharb Basin is constituted by heterogeneous material. The seismic reflexion interpretation carried out in this area, highlighted a permeable device compartmentalized in raised and subsided blocks. Depressions identified in the northern and southernmost zones are characterized by Plio-Quaternary fillings that are favourable to the hydrogeological exploitation. Two mechanisms contribute to structure the Plio-Quaternary aquifer: the Hercynian reactivation in the southernmost part, and the gravitational mechanism of the Pre-Rifean nappe. The groundwater flow and the aquifer thickening are controlled by this reactivation.

  18. Contribution of the gravimetry to the structural study of the Haouz basin (Morocco); Apport de la gravimetrie a l'etude de la structure du bassin du Haouz (Maroc)

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    El Goumi, N.; Jaffal, M.; Kchikach, A.; Manar, A.

    2010-07-01

    The aim of the present study is to improve the knowledge of the Haouz basin structure using gravity data analysis. First of all, a residual anomaly map was computed from the Bouguer anomaly, greatly affected by an important regional gravity gradient. The calculated map provides information on the ground density variations mainly attributed to the top of the Paleozoic basement undulations under the sedimentary cover. However, in order to further study this map, it has been later analyzed with a method that allows evidencing different buried geological structures, combining the horizontal gradient and the upward continuations processing. The obtained results allow us to establish a structural map of the Haouz basin which confirms the existence of structures already recognized or assumed by the classic geological studies, and highlights accidents, as yet, unknown until the present time. This map shows that the fault system of the Haouz basin is organized in two families of directions NE-SW and NW-SE. (Author).

  19. Les sondages électromagnétiques temporels comme outil de reconnaissance du gisement phosphaté de Sidi Chennane (Maroc) : apport à la résolution d'un problème d'exploitation

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    Kchikach, Azzouz; Andrieux, Pierre; Jaffal, Mohammed; Amrhar, Mostafa; Mchichi, Mohammed; Boya, Baadi; Amaghzaz, Mbarek; Veyrieras, Thierry; Iqizou, Khadija

    2006-05-01

    Exploitation of the phosphatic layers in Sidi Chennane deposit (Morocco) collides frequently with problems bound to the existence, in the phosphatic series, of sterile bodies qualified as derangements. Our study shows that these bodies, masked by the Quaternary cover can be mapped using the Time-Domain ElectroMagnetic Soundings method (TDEM). It is based on the acquisition and the interpretation of a series of tests carried out above a visible derangement in an old trench of exploitation and on 2500 TDEM soundings carried out in a virgin area of the deposit. The article concerns to the analysis of the results and of the proceeding for a possible large geophysics survey. To cite this article: A. Kchikach et al., C. R. Geoscience 338 (2006).

  20. Apport des arbres fruitiers à la sécurité alimentaire en milieu urbain tropical: cas de la commune de Limete- Kinshasa, République Démocratique du Congo

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    Luyindula, N.

    2005-01-01

    Full Text Available Fruit Trees Contribution to Food Security in Tropical Urban Environment: Instance of Commune of Limete in Kinshasa- Democratic Republic of Congo. Problems of hunger and malnutrition in urban environnements force the populations to exploit all the food resources available. This work investigates the contribution to the diet of the population of the edible fruits produced by the 19 species of trees found in a district of Kinshasa. An investigation carried out in 1.09% of the 18,475 household plots of the commune of Limete permitted to estimate at approximately 47,000 feet the number of trees planted there and their annual production at approximately 4.087 tons. The six main species (Mangifera indica, Persea americana, Elaeis guineensis, Carica papaya, Dacryodes edulis and Musa paradisiaca account on their own for an approximate total of 36,400 feet. The contribution of these species to the population alimentation was estimated respectively at 10.9 g, 6.1 g, 4.5 g, 4.4 g, 1.8 g and 0.6 g of fruits per person and per day. The control of certain environmental- friendly techniques and environmental education relating to the trees in urban environment should increase the importance of this contribution.

  1. La théorie des catégories: ses apports mathématiques et ses implications épistémologiques.
    Un hommage historio-philosophique

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    Krömer , Ralf

    2004-01-01

    Category theory (CT) is important in virtue of its mathematical applications and its power to generate philosophical debate. It is a language for algebraic topology, a deductive system in homological algebra, and, as an alternative to set theory, a means of object construction (in Grothendieck's conception of algebraic geometry). Unpublished sources show that Grothendieck quit the Bourbaki group because of a debate on CT, which was partly epistemological in nature, especially as far as set-th...

  2. Conséquences de l'apport de verre pilé à la surface du champ et de son incorporation dans la couche travaillée

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    de Louvigny, Nathalie

    2001-01-01

    Pour accroître le taux de recyclage du verre d'emballage, Eco-Emballage et BSN Glasspack ont recherché des débouchés alternatifs pour les 100 à 150.000 tonnes/an de calcin ? soit environ 5% du verre d'emballage - trop pollué pour être valorisé en verrerie. Pour estimer ce que seraient les conséquences de l'incorporation de verre au sol, les effets du verre sont mesurés dans les domaines chimiques biologiques et physiques au cours d'expérimentations au terrain et au laboratoire et les résultat...

  3. Le débat interprétatif : un genre disciplinaire. Apports et limites d’un « outil » d’analyse de l’évolution d’une discipline scolaire

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    Ana Dias-Chiaruttini

    2014-01-01

    Full Text Available Based on the elements of a recent research, which focused on the emergence and actual practices of interpretative debate in the teaching of literature, in Cycle 3 primary in school in France, this article is a reflection on the contributions and limitations of the concept of disciplinary genre in school as analysis, both theoretical and methodological, from the evolution of disciplinary contents and teaching practices. It discusses various approaches to this proposed notion within different research teams concepts and outlines the choices that were made and the results build which describe the interpretative debate as a kind of metatextual discourse revealing some discursive learnings, allowing to understand the renewal of the teaching of literature in primary school in France and resistance to renewal.

  4. Évaluation de l'apport des pluies prévues par le système opérationnel AROME-PI dans le système Vigicrues-Flash

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    Demargne, J.; Javelle, P.

    2016-01-01

    / Cette étude a été réalisée pour le SCHAPI (Service Central d'Hydrométéorologie et d'Appui à la Prévision des Inondations) pour analyser l'amélioration du système d'avertissement sur la possibilité de crues rapides en intégrant des prévisions de pluie future à courte échéance et fine résolution spatio-temporelle et en prenant en compte leurs incertitudes. Le SCHAPI développe actuellement un service d'avertissement automatisé valable sur l'ensemble de la France, appelé Vigicrues-Flash, qui de...

  5. Etude du comportement au champ et des performances de cinq variétés de niébé sous apport d'éléments traces à Yangambi (Zaïre

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    Lumpungu, K.

    1986-01-01

    Full Text Available Study of performances on field of five Niebe varieties with trace elements supplements in Yangambi (Zaire. Response of five cowpea varieties to Mg and trace elements applied by soaking seeds before sowing was studied in field conditions at Yangambi. Neither the grain yield, nor the lipid content of grains were influenced by these elements. However, protein content of grains of all the five tested varieties was positively influenced. The increase was of up to 39 %. In the same way, Mg and trace elements positively influenced the number of seedlings and the number of attacked grains was decreased in the three new introduced varieties from the I.I.T.A./lbadan, Nigeria.

  6. Contribution of new cytogenetic techniques in the estimations of old irradiations in retrospective biological dosimetry; Apport des nouvelles techniques de cytogenetiques dans l'estimation des irradiations anciennes en dosimetrie biologique retrospective

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    Pouzoulet, F

    2007-10-15

    The objective of this study was to answer three questions: if the translocations are steady: the results have shown that the translocations even if they are not obligatory steady can be used in retrospective dosimetry. Furthermore, it appeared important to consider the complex translocations in view of their relative stability and complementary information they bring ( quality of radiation, received dose). The second question is what contribution of the M-F.I.S.H. in the translocations analysis in comparison with the F.I.S.H.-3: we have shown that the M-F.I.S.H. would allow to raise the whole of doubt due to a partial genome observation. that has for effect to increase the precision of the analysis and that what ever be the received dose. The third question is if there are differences between the chromosomal aberrations generated by x radiation of 50 keV and by gamma radiation from cobalt-60: yes, the low energy photons generate more translocations than the photons coming from cobalt-60. But they generate less dicentrics. this difference comes from the way the energy is deposited that leads to a more important formation of complex and multiple translocations with the low energy photons. this could constitute a problem in the use of low energy photons in radiotherapy. it would seem that the simple translocations rate is not influenced by the photons energy. (N.C.)

  7. Contribution of the modulation of intensity and the optimization to deliver a dose adapted to the biological heterogeneities; Apport de la modulation d'intensite et de l'optimisation pour delivrer une dose adaptee aux heterogeneites biologiques

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    Kubs, F

    2007-10-15

    The recent progress in functional imaging by Positron Emission Tomography (TEP) opens new perspectives in the delineation of target volumes in radiotherapy. The functional data is major; we can intend to adapt the irradiation doses on the tumor activity (TA) and to perform a dose escalation. Our objectives were (i) to characterize the TEP threshold, by quantifying the uncertainties of the target volume contour according to the lesion size and the threshold contour level, (ii) to set up the geometry suited to perform a high-precision irradiation based on the TA, (iii) to estimate the dosimetric impact of this new protocol and (iv) to verify that dosimetry is perfectly distributed. Three original phantoms were specially created to satisfy the constraints met, as well as two virtual phantoms containing 3 dose levels (dose level 3 = TA). Our results showed the importance of the effect threshold-volume on the planning in radiotherapy. To use this irradiation method, the diameter of 1 cm for the third level was able to be reached. A dose escalation of 20 Gy was possible between the second (70 Gy) and the third level (90 Gy). The dosimetric impact estimated on two real cases was suitable - increase of COIN (conformal index) from 0.6 to 0.8 and decrease of NTCP (normal tissue complication probability) of a factor 5 -. In absolute and relative dosimetry, the clinical tolerances were respected. So all the treatment process, going from the diagnosis with the TEP to reveal the TA, to the patient treatment made beforehand on phantom, and going through the ballistic and the dose calculation, was estimated and validated according to our objective to adapt the irradiation to the biological heterogeneities. However such high doses should be carefully estimated before being prescribed clinically and progress is also expected in imaging, because the minimal size which we can irradiate is on the limit of the resolution TEP. (author)

  8. Apport de la théorie du sentiment d’autoefficacité pour le développement de la compétence technopédagogique des futurs enseignants

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    Sonia Lefebvre

    2015-01-01

    Full Text Available Le texte s’intéresse à la formation technopédagogique des futurs enseignants, et plus précisément, aux pratiques à déployer en formation initiale pour accroître leur compétence professionnelle à intégrer les TIC. Les pratiques proposées prennent appui sur la théorie du sentiment d’autoefficacité d’Albert Bandura, ce sentiment pouvant influencer leur compétence à intégrer les TIC. Appuyé par des travaux empiriques, le texte aborde les sources susceptibles d’influencer l’autoefficacité à intégrer les TIC dans un cadre pédagogique et identifie des pistes d’action à envisager. Enfin, la réflexion amène à repenser les interventions des formateurs tant en formation initiale qu’en formation continue et à remettre en question, sur le plan empirique, les dispositifs de formation.

  9. Consequences of the exposure at low dose rates-contribution of animal experimentation. Consequences de l'exposition aux faibles debits de dose. Apport de l'experimentation animale

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    Masse, R. (CEA Centre d' Etudes de Fontenay-aux-Roses, 92 (FR). Direction des Sciences du Vivant)

    1990-01-01

    The exposure of laboratory animals to the various types of radiations will induce cancers in relation with the tissue absorbed doses. The shape of the dose-effet relationship is most variable. It is important to distinguish which tumours are comparable to human tumours. Those showing more analogies answer but seldom to the classical lineo-quadratic relationship; however, a strong attenuation of induction is demonstrated at low dose rates. Quasi-threshold relationships are seen after the exposure of some tissues to high-LET radiations. These observations question the validity of generalizing the radiobiologists' dual action theory, setting the origin of the dose-effect relationship in the induction of events within the DNA molecule. There is an alternative in the cellular collaboration events; it assumes that the effectiveness per dose unit decreases constantly as an inverse function of the dose rate.

  10. Generalized corrosion of nickel base alloys in high temperature aqueous media: a contribution to the comprehension of the mechanisms; Corrosion generalisee des alliages a base nickel en milieu aqueux a haute temperature: apport a la comprehension des mecanismes

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    Marchetti-Sillans, L

    2007-11-15

    In France, nickel base alloys, such as alloy 600 and alloy 690, are the materials constituting steam generators (SG) tubes of pressurized water reactors (PWR). The generalized corrosion resulting from the interaction between these alloys and the PWR primary media leads, on the one hand, to the formation of a thin protective oxide scale ({approx} 10 nm), and on the other hand, to the release of cations in the primary circuit, which entails an increase of the global radioactivity of this circuit. The goal of this work is to supply some new comprehension elements about nickel base alloys corrosion phenomena in PWR primary media, taking up with underlining the effects of metallurgical and physico-chemical parameters on the nature and the growth mechanisms of the protective oxide scale. In this context, the passive film formed during the exposition of alloys 600, 690 and Ni-30Cr, in conditions simulating the PWR primary media, has been analyzed by a set of characterization techniques (SEM, TEM, PEC and MPEC, XPS). The coupling of these methods leads to a fine description, in terms of nature and structure, of the multilayered oxide forming during the exposition of nickel base alloys in primary media. Thus, the protective part of the oxide scale is composed of a continuous layer of iron and nickel mixed chromite, and Cr{sub 2}O{sub 3} nodules dispersed at the alloy / mixed chromite interface. The study of protective scale growth mechanisms by tracers and markers experiments reveals that the formation of the mixed chromite is the consequence of an anionic mechanism, resulting from short circuits like grain boundaries diffusion. Besides, the impact of alloy surface defects has also been studied, underlining a double effect of this parameter, which influences the short circuits diffusion density in oxide and the formation rate of Cr{sub 2}O{sub 3} nodules. The sum of these results leads to suggest a description of the nickel base alloys corrosion mechanisms in PWR primary media and to tackle some kinetic aspects which can constitute reflection elements with a view to develop a complete modeling of this corrosion phenomenon. (author)

  11. Risk analysis related to dangerous materials transport and storage in urban areas; L'integration du risque lie au transport et au stockage des produits chimiques dans la planification urbaine: l'apport des outils d'analyse decisionnelle

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    Lombard, J; Hubert, P; Pages, P

    1989-12-01

    Risk management in an urban areas not always an easy task and the selection of appropriate prevention measure is often difficult. Consequences of an accident can be multiple (mortality, destruction, pollution, interruption of supplies, economic losses, traffic difficulties), and preventive measures are difficult to compare. The objective of this report is to present different methods applicable for decision making emphasising the criteria for their intercomparison and their limitations. In any case a more sophisticated analysis is needed for risk management in urban areas. Principals of methods needed for decision making are presented. These methods are based on a single criteria (regular constraint), on a few criteria that can be measured (cost-benefit), or a number of criteria at choice. These rather general methods should be adaptable to be applied for specific domain. For risk management the following adaptation are presented: identifying the limit of maximum individual risk (generalisation of regular constraint); adoption of different values of human life as a function of nature of consequences (generalisation of cost-benefit method), application of risk avoidance factors. These different developments predict versions of tools for decision making which can be applicable to risk management in urban areas. [French] La gestion des risques en milieu urbain n'est pas toujours une tache aisee et la selection du moyen de prevention approprie sera souvent difficile. En effet, les consequences d'un accident peuvent etre multiples (mortalite, morbidite, destruction, pollution, interruption de reseaux, pertes economiques, difficultes de circulation...) et les moyens de prevention envisageables pour limiter l'occurrence d'un accident et/ou les consequences associees seront alors difficiles a comparer. Le recours a une methode d'evaluation permettant de quantifier puis de comparer les merites respectifs de ces differents moyens devient aujourd'hui necessaire afin de determiner sur des bases objectives quel moyen retenir. Cette etape n'est pas pour autant suffisante, car l'integration des resultats dans les processus decisionnels reste a organiser. L'objet de ce rapport est de presenter differentes methodes d'aide a la decision utilisables a ce jour, en soulignant les criteres sur lesquels elles fondent leur comparaison et leurs limitations dans le contexte envisage ici. Quoique ce point necessite une analyse plus approfondie, quelques rappels generaux des principales particularites de la gestion des risques en milieu urbain (implication possible de multiples acteurs dans la prise de decision et/ou de differents criteres de choix; difficulte d'evaluation des impacts) sont effectues. Les principales methodes d'aide a la decision sont ensuite presentees. Ces methodes se fondent sur un critere unique (respect d'une contrainte reglementaire), sur quelques criteres monetarisables (cout-benefice) ou sur de multiples criteres de choix (fonctions d'utilite). Ces methodes assez generales doivent faire l'objet d'adaptations speifiques pour pouvoir etre appliquees au mieux a un domaine particulier. Pour ce qui concerne la gestion des risques accidentels, les adaptations suivantes sont presentees de maniere critique : - Notion de limite de risque maximal individuel (generalisation d'une contrainte reglementaire). - Adoption de differentes valeurs de la vie humaine en fonction de la nature des consequences de l'accident (generalisation de la methode cout-benefice). - Utilisation de facteurs d'aversion pour le risque (application de la theorie de l'utilite pour prendre en compte le poids important accorde aux evenements catastrophiques). Ces differents developpements visent a proposer des versions des outils d'analyse decisionnelle qui s'appliquent efficacement a la gestion du risque en milieu urbain. (author)

  12. Noble gas geochemistry to monitor CO{sub 2} geological storages; Apports de la geochimie des gaz rares a la surveillance des sites de sequestration geologique de CO{sub 2}

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    Lafortune, St

    2007-11-15

    According to the last IPCC (Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change) report, a probability of 90 % can be now established for the responsibility of the anthropogenic CO{sub 2} emissions for the global climate change observed since the beginning of the 20. century. To reduce these emissions and keep producing energy from coal, oil or gas combustions, CO{sub 2} could be stored in geological reservoirs like aquifers, coal beds, and depleted oil or gas fields. Storing CO{sub 2} in geological formations implies to control the efficiency and to survey the integrity of the storages, in order to be able to detect the possible leaks as fast as possible. Here, we study the feasibility of a geochemical monitoring through noble gas geochemistry. We present (1) the development of a new analytical line, Garodiox, developed to extract quantitatively noble gas from water samples, (2) the testing of Garodiox on samples from a natural CO{sub 2} storage analogue (Pavin lake, France) and (3) the results of a first field work on a natural CO{sub 2} accumulation (Montmiral, France). The results we obtain and the conclusions we draw, highlight the interest of the geochemical monitoring we suggest. (author)

  13. Hot air engines: Study of a Stirling engine and of an Ericsson engine; Moteurs thermiques a apport de chaleur externe: etude d'un moteur stirling et d'un moteur ericsson

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    Bonnet, S.

    2005-11-15

    In the current energy context, we attend the development of technologies of production of 'clean' energy. Thus, news prospects like thermodynamic solar energy conversion or waste energy conversion are offered to research on 'renewable energies'. Within this framework, we are interested in hot air engines: Stirling and Ericsson engines. First of all, this thesis concerns the study of a small Stirling engine on which we measured the fluid instantaneous temperature and pressure in various points. The original results obtained are compared to results from two different analyses. We conclude that these models are not suitable to explain the experimental results. Then, we study a micro-cogeneration system based on an Ericsson engine coupled with a system of natural gas combustion. An Ericsson engine is a reciprocating engine working on a JOULE cycle. The objective of this plant is to produce 11 kW of electric output as well as useful heat. In order to design this system, we carried out energetic, exergetic and exergo-economic studies. (author)

  14. Apport à la connaissance de la bioécologie des Coléoptères des milieux salés et humides de l'ouest algérien

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    BOUKLI HACENE, Samira; HASSAINE, Karima

    2010-01-01

    Vingt deux espèces de Coléoptères trouvent gîte et couvert dans les micromilieux des marais salés et humides en périphérie de la Sebkha d’Oran. Un exemple d’organisation du peuplement est établi selon la ségrégation spatiale qui a aboutit à subdiviser celle-ci en entité fonctionnelle composé de deux à trois espèces inféodée à des groupements végétaux qui leur sont associés. Douze espèces dont cinq espèces halophiles sont inféodées au groupement à Suaeda fruticosa, situé dans les poin...

  15. Evaluation des apports solaires a l'echelle d'un quartier urbain en periode de chauffe selon sa typologie, son orientation et sa latitude dans un contexte de densification de la ville

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    Chenard, Laurent

    Mass urbanization is a major issue for town administrators. Population increase will have an impact on the quality of the environment for citizens. Government will have to take decisions to limit those effects. Green energies are part of the solution to reach fixed goals by the public administration for sustainable development. Passive solar energy is studied in this work in an urban canopy located in five different towns: San Francisco, Montreal, Bordeaux, Lyon and Stockholm. Passive solar energy is calculated in the heating season. Direct and diffuse solar radiation is considered by using the Perez model. Radiosity is not taken into account. Heating demand is calculated by the heating degree day method. Seven urban forms have been created to determine the amount of solar energy entering in every window of the urban canopy while taking into account urban context and forms. Optimal orientation of the canopy shows an increase of 5% of the passive solar radiation from original orientation, 180 degrees rotation from first orientation straight south. This value goes lower when stories are added to the urban context. A rotation of 90 degrees from the first orientation shows a decrease of 6 to 15% in solar passive gain. Densification of the urban canopy by adding stories to the buildings results in a loss up to 65% of the solar gain for the first story. It is showed that solar passive energy has a low ratio of 5% for space heating for old buildings, 1960 constructions. Today's buildings have a difference between passive solar energy and heating demand of 10 to 75% depending on the model and location.

  16. The plutonium as transfer tracer and particulates contribution accumulating from the Rhone to the north-western Mediterranean sea; Le plutonium comme traceur du transfert et de l`accumulation des apports particulaires du Rhone en Mediterranee nord-occidentale

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    Noel, M.H.

    1996-03-29

    To follow the alluvial deposits from the Rhone in Mediterranean Sea, since the principle hydroelectric constructions (1960), it was necessary to find an adequate tracer. The plutonium isotopes have satisfied to the different characteristics. The specificity of the Rhone contribution is bound to the existence of the irradiated spent fuels reprocessing plant of Marcoule; the releases of this plant are characterized by the predominance of Plutonium 238. The results of this study show that the percentage of sediments coming from the Rhone in the recent contribution, is low beyond the pro delta: less than 5% of the sediment of the continental shelf concern the Rhone contribution. However, there are two zones for which the contribution is important and could play a role in the particulate transfer towards the high sea. (N.C.). 157 refs., 60 figs., 50 tabs.

  17. Impact écotoxicologique de mélanges de pesticides sur des fonctions microbiennes des sols : apport d’une prise en compte écologique dans l’évaluation des risques

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    Devers-Lamrani, Marion; Rouard, Nadine; Cheviron, Nathalie; Grondin, Virginie; Martin-Laurent, Fabrice

    2015-01-01

    L’utilisation de pesticides permet d’assurer la qualité de la production végétale mais elle contribue à la contamination des sols et des eaux et produit des effets sur des organismes noncibles. L’évaluation des risques requièrent actuellement une meilleure prise en compte des effets des pesticides sur le fonctionnement des écosystèmes. Or, les démarches et indicateurs classiques manquent de représentativité écologique. La fonction microbienne de biodégradation des pesticides est essentielle c...

  18. L'utilisation et les apports des réseaux formels d'entrepreneurs : propositions théoriques et évaluation : le cas du CJD La Défense

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    Lefebvre , Vincent

    2016-01-01

    In France, an incresing number of entrepreneurial networks have been launched during the last years. However, we know little about their functioning and benefits, as research in entrepreneurship is traditionnally more interested in stidying the entrepreneur's personal network rather that networks of entrepreneurs. Yet their importance to the construction and the consolidation of their members' social capital has been highlighted in recent years. The objective of our thesis is to propose a the...

  19. Apports des ontologies à la création de bases de connaissances pour la maîtrise des conformités légales en santé et sécurité au travail

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    Vigneron , Jonathan; Rallo , Jean-Marc; Guarnieri , Franck

    2014-01-01

    La "Santé-Sécurité au Travail" (SST) est au coeur des politiques d'entreprise et la judiciarisation de la société concourt à une inflation du nombre de textes réglementaires publiés chaque année. Les préventeurs sont donc confrontés au traitement croissant de données afin de rester en conformité. Ils se forment au droit et s'entourent de compétences interne (direction juridique) ou externe (bureaux de contrôle et de conseil) et se dotent de systèmes d'information. Ces derniers sont principale...

  20. Compte-rendu et apport de la conférence-débat : "Nature, conditionnalité et verdissement de la PAC : un tournant wallon ?", 9 novembre 2011, Espace Senghor, Gembloux, Belgique

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    Piqueray, J.

    2013-01-01

    Full Text Available Proceedings of the conference: "Nature, conditionnalité et verdissement de la PAC : un tournant wallon ?". 9th November 2011. Espace Senghor, Gembloux, Belgium. Recently, the European Union (EU proposed a reform project for the Common Agricultural Policy (CAP. One of the proposed reforms consists of imposing a set aside proportion of 7% of arable land for biodiversity support purposes. A conference on this proposal was held in Gembloux, Belgium, on 9th November 2011. Such a set aside system already exists in neighboring countries. The French and Swiss systems were presented at the conference in order to highlight their advantages and limitations. Scientific arguments underlying such policies were also presented. It was shown that the creation of semi-natural elements within the agricultural matrix is an efficient way to promote biodiversity. Both the quantity and the quality of these elements need to be considered. In addition, biodiversity is likely to provide services to agriculture, notably crop pollination and pest control. Currently, uncertainties remain regarding areas that are eligible to be designated as reaching the 7% threshold. However, based on the most probable scenarios, the current likely eligible areas cover only 4.3% of arable land in Wallonia. Less than 20% of Walloon farms already reach the 7% threshold proposed by the EU. If the European project is approved, it will therefore be of great importance to have some form of societal recognition afforded to farmers for their efforts. In order to optimize the positive effects of the policy on biodiversity, it is also imperative to ensure that a high level of biological quality is reached in the areas dedicated to biodiversity and to monitor this quality using clearly defined objectives. Economical, societal and environmental issues all need to be considered when applying this policy in order to improve agricultural sustainability and to stop the decline in biodiversity in agricultural landscapes.

  1. L’apport des sources écrites à la compréhension des logis dans les châteaux de la fin du Moyen Âge

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    Solveig Bourocher

    2010-02-01

    Full Text Available L’étude d’un château amène à poser des questions plus ou moins complexes : quand (datation des différentes phases ? Qui (acteurs ? Comment ? (question double : comment s’est déroulé le chantier ? comment a-t-on habité ? Pourquoi ? (question double dont un sens concret : pour quel mode de vie ? un sens conceptuel : dans quelles intentions politiques, symboliques a-t-on construit de cette manière ?. Ces questions recouvrent deux notions : la temporalité (quand et la spatialité (où. Qui, c...

  2. Évaluation des apports nutritionnels et énergétiques des fourrages verts dans l’alimentation des aulacodes (Thryonomys swinderianus en Côte d’Ivoire

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    Mian Kouadio ETTIAN

    2018-03-01

    Full Text Available This research aims to evaluate the physicochemical and energetic quantity of succulent and sweet taste forage grasses, Panicum maximum and Pennisetum purpureum (Poaceae incorporated in the feed of grasscutters growing (GG, fattening (FG and maintenance (MG. This study is set to determine the chemical and energetic composition of three levels of green fodder (50, 75 and 85% incorporated into the diets of grasscutters and compare it to nutrient intake and energy consumption of feed resources used normally in the ration by farmers. The three experimental diets were: 75% fodder and 25% of food complement (diet T25; 50% of fodder and 50% of food complement (diet T50; 85% of fodder and 15% of food complement (diet T15. The results showed that the green fodder used contains important sources of proteins, lipids, carbohydrates and minerals. Dry matter content of Panicum maximum (13.4 to 22.9% and Pennisetum purpureum (10.9 to 18.6% provide energy needs as calories needed of grasscutters. Food ingredients consisting of minerals and organic matter provide the energy potential in the form of calories for maintenance and production feed needs of grasscutters. A positive and highly significant effect (p<0.01 of the T15 was observed. These results suggest that the nutritional and energy values consumed can be used for grasscutters growing (GG, fattening (GF and maintenance (GM.The intake of energy and functional foods into a controlled diet stimulates the appetite of farmed animals. Panicum maximum and Pennisetum purpureum grasses that were used as a substitute for the main staple feed, and which are highly sought after in the natural environment by grasscutters, are recommended for grasscutter raising. Green forages with succulent sweet-tasting stems, incorporated into food rations as 15% of food supplements, are more stable and perform better in food rations for grasscutters. Active nutrients are balanced, varied, moderate and necessary for the proper functioning of the organism of grasscutters.

  3. Thermo chemical calculations applied to the study of ceramic corrosion at high temperature - Steel-making applications; Apport de la thermodynamique a l'etude de la corrosion des ceramiques a haute temperature - Applications siderurgiques

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    Poirier, J. [Orleans Univ., Polytechnique, 45 (France); Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique (CNRS/CEMHTI), 45 - Orleans-la-Source (France)

    2008-05-15

    At high temperature, corrosion by gas, slag or metal is recognized in many cases as the essential degradation mode of ceramics. The reaction between the ceramic and the corrosive agent should be described taking into account both the kinetic aspects (rates and mechanisms of the reactions) and the thermodynamic aspects (equilibrium conditions). After a short description of the thermodynamic tools, we will show how some thermo chemical calculations, involving complex multi-component systems at high temperature, can be applied to explain some practical situations. Different examples, from steel making, will be considered: effects of composition changes upon the stability of the refractories and reactions of corrosion between the refractories, the gas and the liquid oxides. (author)

  4. Modelling of microstructural creep damage in welded joints of 316L stainless steel; Modelisation de l'endommagement a haute temperature dans le metal d'apport des joints soudes d'acier inoxydable austenitique

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    Bouche, G

    2000-07-01

    Welded joints of 316L stainless steel under service conditions at elevated temperature are known to be preferential sites of creep damage, as compared to the base material. This damage results in the formation of cavities and the development of creep cracks which can lead to a premature failure of welded components. The complex two-phase microstructure of 316L welds was simulated by manually filling a mould with longitudinal deposited weld beads. The moulded material was then aged during 2000 hours at 600 deg. C. High resolution Scanning Electron Microscopy was largely used to examine the microstructure of the simulated material before and after ageing. Smooth and notched creep specimens were cut from the mould and tested at 600 deg. C under various stress levels. A comparison of the lifetime versus nominal stress curves for the base and welded materials shows a greater dependence of the welded material to creep phenomena. Observation and EBSD analysis show that damage is preferentially located along the austenite grain boundaries. The stress and strain fields in the notched specimens were calculated by finite element method. A correlation of this field to the observed damage was made in order to propose a predictive law relating the creep damage to the mechanical conditions applied locally. Further mechanical tests and simulation on CT specimens and mode II tubular specimens allowed validating the model under various multiaxial loading conditions. (author)

  5. Adaptation de l'agriculture aux politiques de gestion de l'eau et aux changements globaux : l'apport des modèles de programmation mathématique

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    Graveline, Nina

    2013-01-01

    Cette thèse développe et discute différentes approches micro-économiques de modélisation de l’agriculture pour représenter l’effet de changements globaux et de politiques de gestion de l’eau sur l’adaptation de l’agriculture et sur les ressources en eau. Après un chapitre de synthèse et une revue de la littérature, quatre essais sont présentés. Le premier essai décrit la représentation du comportement de dix exploitations agricoles en Alsace et en Bade (Allemagne) à partir de modèles de progr...

  6. Adaptation de l'agriculture aux politiques de gestion de l'eau et aux changements globaux : l'apport des modèles de programmation mathématique

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    Graveline , Nina

    2013-01-01

    This thesis develops and discusses agricultural-supply modeling approaches for representing the adaptation of farming to global changes and water policies: their effects on agricultural economics and water resources comprise critical information for decision makers. After a summary and a review chapter, four essays are presented. The first essay describes a representation of the behavior of ten typical farms using a risk linear programming model connected to a plant-soil-hydrodynamic model ch...

  7. Regards sur un grand chantier ayyoubide: les portes de la citadelle de Damas. L’apport de l’étude archéologique des élévations

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    Hartmann-Virnich, Andreas

    2005-12-01

    Full Text Available The author’s research on the gates of the citadel of Damascus give an exemplary insight into the approach of the architectural project by thorough archaeological analysis of the masonries and the relative chronology of the successive states of one of the major monuments of mediaeval military architecture in the Near East. Erected at the end of the 11th century AD, frequently modified and finally rebuilt at the beginning of the 13th century AD by the Ayyoubid sultan Al-’Adil who enshrined the older building in a much larger fortress, the citadel, residence of a prince as well as castle of exceptional size and strength, offers a great variety of aspects for the study of building techniques and the organization of the building process, which deepen the knowledge of the evolution of the concept of Islamic castle building during the crusades.Les recherches de l’auteur sur les portes de la citadelle de Damas offrent un exemple pour l’approche du projet architectural par l’étude archéologique fine des élévations et de la chronologie relative des états d’un des monuments majeurs de l’architecture militaire du Proche-Orient médiéval. Construite à la fin du XIe siècle, modifiée à de nombreuses reprises et enfin rebâtie entièrement par l’ajout d’une nouvelle enceinte plus large sous le souverain ayyoubide Al-’Adil, la citadelle, résidence princière et forteresse de grande envergure, permet d’étudier en détail les techniques et l’organisation de la construction et d’approfondir la connaissance de l’évolution de la conception de la fortification islamique du temps des croisades.

  8. Reading wiring diagrams made easier for maintenance operators: contribution from research in visual attention and visual search; Aide a la lecture des schemas electriques pour le depannage: apport de la recherche sur l`attention visuelle

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    Ponthieu, L; Wolfe, J M

    1994-07-01

    This work has been carried out while the author was visiting the Visual Psychophysics lab at the Center for Ophthalmic Research, Harvard Medical School. The general framework is the design of a wiring diagrams visualization system for maintenance operators in electric plants. This study concentrates on how knowledge and experimental techniques from visual attention can help this goal. From this standpoint, the visualization system must best exploit the human visual system abilities. As electronic databases containing all the diagrams will soon be available, it is important to think in advance the display techniques. Presently, maintenance operators favor working with paper printouts even where such databases are already available. The study shows why such an approach is valuable for the design of a display that fits the operator`s tasks. Beyond that, this work has been a mean to learn the experimental techniques of cognitive sciences in an applied frame. (authors). 9 figs., 5 annexes.

  9. Contribution and limits of geochemical calculation codes to evaluate the long term behavior of nuclear waste glasses; Apports et limites des modeles geochimiques pour l'evaluation du comportement a long terme des verres de confinement des dechets radioactifs

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    Fritz, B; Crovisier, J L [Universite Louis Pasteur, Centre de Geochimie de la Surface, CNRS ULP, Ecole et Observatoire des Sciences de la Terre, 67 - Strasbourg (France)

    1997-07-01

    Geochemical models have been intensively developed by researchers since more than twenty five years in order to be able to better understand and/or predict the long term stability/instability of water-rock systems. These geochemical codes were ail built first on a thermodynamic approach deriving from the application of Mass Action Law. The resulting first generation of models allowed to detect or predict the possible mass transfers (thermodynamic models) between aqueous and mineral phases including irreversible dissolutions of primary minerals and/or precipitation near equilibrium of secondary mineral phases. The recent development of models based on combined thermodynamics and kinetics opens the field of Lime dependent reactions prediction. This is crucial if one thinks to combine geochemical and hydrological studies in the so-called coupled models for transport and reaction calculations. All these models are progressively applied to the prediction of long term behavior of mineral phases, and more specifically glasses. In order to succeed in chat specific extension of the models, but also the data bases, there is a great need for additional new data from experimental approaches and from natural analogues. The modelling approach appears than also very useful in order to interpret the results of experimental data and to relate them to long term data extracted from natural analogues. Specific functions for modelling solid solution phases mat' also be used for describing the products of glasses alterations. (authors)

  10. Social Sciences Support to Military Personnel Engaged in Counter-Insurgency and Counter-Terrorism Operations (Soutien en sciences sociales apporte au personnel militaire engage dans des operations de contre-insurrection et de contre-terrorisme)

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    2011-11-01

    no PTSD (r = .14). If one looks at sub-scales – Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (OCD), anxiety, MS scale, we can measure the interrelation with PTSD...Vladislav Shamrey (RUS) 11:00 Discussion 11:30 Coffee Break 12:00 Discussion 12:30 Lunch 2:00 Building Resilience in Civilian Populations...Valery Krasnov (RUS) 2:30 Why Cultural Awareness is Vital to Counter-Insurgency (COIN) Campaigns – Tone Danielsen (NOR) 3:00 Coffee 3:30 Discussion

  11. Structure and aqueous reactivity of silicate glasses high-resolution nuclear magnetic resonance contribution; Structure et reactivite aqueuse des verres silicates apport de la resonance magnetique nucleaire haute-resolution

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    Angeli, F

    2000-10-25

    This research aims at getting a better understanding of the relations which may exist between the chemical composition of the oxide silicate glasses, the structure and the aqueous reactivity. We study the cations present in most glasses, more particularly the radioactive waste glasses, and those which are more liable to bring information both about structure and reactivity. Among the experimental methods used, the nuclear magnetic resonance of multi-quantum magic-angle spinning (NMR MQ-MAS) has been carried out for the structural characterization of the pristine and altered glasses. In the first part, we discuss the possibility of deducting a type of information from a quantitative approach of the {sup 23}Na, {sup 27}Al and {sup 17}O NMR MQ-MAS. In the second part, we apply this method to glasses containing between two and six oxides. The vitreous compositions studied permit to focus our attention on the influence of sodium, aluminum and calcium on their local structural environment. We point out an evolution of the distributions of bond distances and angles in relation to the glass chemical composition. We show the strong potentiality of the {sup 17}O used to probe the pristine and altered glasses. The influence of the different cations studied on the rate of glass dissolution is debated from the alterations made on short periods. On the basis of all these data, we discuss the importance of the structural effect which may influence the kinetic phenomena of alteration. (author)

  12. cas du lac Fetzara, région de Annaba

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    ruissellement, elles acquièrent une nouvelle composition différente de celle des eaux de pluie. Les apports par les précipitations météoriques. Chaque mois pluvieux a fait l'objet d'une analyse chimique et une moyenne des concentrations des eaux apportées au lac a été estimée. La quantité des éléments apportés par.

  13. 7 CFR 1250.510 - Determination of Board Membership.

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    ..., Georgia, Louisiana, Mississippi, North Carolina, Oklahoma, South Carolina; Area 3 (East North Central..., Oregon, Texas, Utah, and Washington. (b) Board representation among the 6 geographic areas is apportioned...

  14. Feasibility of Seismic Monitoring at a Potential CO2 Injection Test Site in the Paris Basin Évaluation des apports de la sismique à la surveillance d’un test d’injection de CO2 sur un site pilote potentiel du Bassin de Paris

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    Becquey M.; Lucet N.; Huguet F.

    2009-01-01

    Seismic effects of the injection of CO2 into a partially depleted oil field have been evaluated. Seismic modelling yields small time-lapse effects, including 0.4 ms time-shifts and 4 to 6% amplitude variations at the top and bottom of the reservoir. Amplitude variations at the reservoir level should be slightly larger at large incidence angles, but wave equation modelling shows that picking these reflections will not be easy, because of the presence of shear waves generated at upper inte...

  15. Etude par diffraction des rayons X in situ des mécanismes d'oxydation de l'acier AISI 304 entre 800°C et 1000°C. Influence des dépôts sol-gel de lanthane et de cérium. Apport de la spectroscopie infrarouge à l'identification des oxydes mixtes

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    Karimi , Noureddine

    2007-01-01

    This work presents a study on the AISI 304 oxidation mechanism within the temperature range of 800 to 1000°C, in air. We have closely examined the effect of Lanthanum and Cerium sol-gel coating on the oxidation process. IR spectroscopy enables us to better identify the mixed oxides FeCr2O4 and Mn1,5Cr1,5O4 and the corundum type oxides Fe2O3 and Cr2O3. The combination of various analytical techniques such as: in situ XRD, IR spectroscopy, MEB, EDS and MET, lead us to propose a new oxidation me...

  16. Contribution of the PET/CT with F.D.G. to evaluate the tri therapy and the lymphocyte reconstitution in patients infected by HIV; Apport de la TEP/TDM au FDG pour l'evaluation de la tritherapie et de la reconstitution lymphocytaire chez les patients infectes par le VIH

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    Hamza, F.; Yeddes, I.; El Bez, I.; Evangelista, E.; Meignan, M.; Itti, E. [CHU Henri-Mondor, Service de medecine nucleaire, 94 - Creteil (France); Lelievre, J.D.; Levy, Y. [CHU Henri-Mondor, service immunologie clinique, 94 - Creteil (France); Cheynier, R. [Institut Pasteur, service de virologie, 75 - Paris (France)

    2010-07-01

    Purpose: HIV infection is accompanied by impairment of lymphoid organs that can be detected by PET / CT with F.D.G.. The purpose of this study was to correlate lymphocyte reconstitution with the metabolic activity of lymphoid organs. Conclusions: PET / CT with F.D.G. is an appropriate assessment tool to evaluate the effect of antiviral treatment in lymphoid organs. In addition, she is helping to understand the mechanisms of lymphocyte reconstitution under triple therapy. (N.C.)

  17. Contribution au développement des moteurs à apport de chaleur externe utilisés pour la conversion des rejets thermiques industriels en électricité. Modélisation et optimisation thermodynamique d’un nouveau convertisseur : Turbosol

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    Blaise , Mathilde

    2016-01-01

    To convert the industrial waste heat into mechanical, or electrical energy, is a way to decrease the greenhouse gases emission and the energy consumption. The present PhD thesis is co-financed by the french Environment and Energy Management Agency (ADEME), in this context. The other co-financer, the company Hevatech, exploits the patent of a new heat converter into electricity named Turbosol®. Turbosol® is a good candidate for the industrial waste heat recovery. The concept is currently devel...

  18. Circulation au moyen âge des matériaux ferreux issus des Pyrénées ariégeoises et de la Lombardie. Apport du couplage des analyses en éléments traces et multivariées

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    Leroy , Stéphanie

    2010-01-01

    This provenance study concerns the trade understanding in the Middle Ages of iron objects originally from specific ironmaking processes linked to the use of manganese rich ores. We were particularly interested in the case studies of the Ariège (French Pyrenees) and the Lombardy (Italian Alps) areas, two separate geographic areas that held a major place in the medieval economy of their region. This work deals with three specific historical questions. The first part is to clarify the trade rout...

  19. Contribution of radio-iodine 131 in the treatment of Grave's Basedow disease in the department of nuclear medicine of Ibn Sina Hospital in Rabat; Apport de l'iode 131 dans le traitement de la maladie de Basedow dans le service de medecine nucleaire de l'hopital Ibn Sina de Rabat

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    Mbodj, M.; Amjad, I. [Faculte de Medecine de Dakar, Lab. de Biophysique et de Medecine Nucleaire, UCAD, Dakar (Senegal); Guerrouj, H.; Ben Rais, N.A. [Hopital Ibn Sina de Rabat, Service de Medecine Nucleaire, Rabat (Morocco)

    2009-10-15

    One hundred and twenty-nine Grave's Basedow diseases in any gender and variable age patients, coming from several cities of Morocco, were randomized in a study of radio-iodine treatment who took place at the nuclear medicine department of Ibn Sina Hospital (Rabat, Morocco) during the period (from January 2001 to December 2008). The radio-iodine treatment was a first, second or third option and radio-iodine activities delivered varied (from 222 to 555 MBq 6 to 15 mCi) according to the age, the thyroid volume, the degree of hyperthyroidism and socio-economical situation. The high amounts of {sup 131}I were reserved especially to the patients who live far and whose socio-economic level is low with an aim of quickly obtaining an easily controllable state of hypothyroidism by a substitute treatment. The results showed that: (1) 57.36% of patients reverted to euthyroidism (n = 74) with a patient having received two {sup 131}I cures. The second cure was justified by recurrence of hyperthyroidism after the first cure; (2) 34.88% passed in hypothyroidism (n = 45) with three patients having received two cures of {sup 131}I, the second cure was justified by recurrence of hyperthyroidism after the first cure in two patients and by the persistence of the hyperthyroidism after the first cure for the third patient. The average time of passage in hypothyroidism was 4.5 months; (3) 7.76% had remained in hyperthyroidism after the radioactive iodine treatment. Finally, 92.24% of our patients treated by radioactive iodine had passed in euthyroidism or hypothyroidism against 7.76% whose hyperthyroidism had persisted or occurred. (authors)

  20. Contribution of archaeological analogs to the estimation of average corrosion rates and long term corrosion mechanisms of low carbon steel in soil; Apport des analogues archeologiques a l'estimation des vitesses moyennes et a l'etude des mecanismes de corrosion a tres long terme des aciers non allies dans les sols

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    Neff, D

    2003-11-15

    In the context of the French nuclear waste storage, a multi-barriers disposal is envisaged. Wastes could be put in metallic overpacks disposed in a clay soil. As these overpacks could be made of low carbon steel, it is important to understand the corrosion behaviour of this material in soil during period of several centuries. Indeed, it is necessary to consolidate the empirical data by a phenomenological approach. This includes laboratory experiments and modelling of the phenomenon which have to be validated and completed by the study of archaeological artefacts. This was the aim of this PhD-work. To this purpose, an analytical protocol has been elaborated: about forty archaeological artefacts coming from five dated sites (2. to 16. centuries) have been studied on cross section in order to observe on the same sample all the constituents of the system: metallic substrate/corrosion products/environment. The corrosion products are divided into two zones: the Dense Product Layer (DPL) in contact with the metal, and the Transformed Medium (TM) which are the corrosion products formed around soil minerals (quartz grains). The metallic substrate has been studied by the classical methods of materials science (optical and scanning electron microscope, energy and wavelength dispersive spectroscopies). It has been verified that despite their heterogeneity of structure and composition, they are all hypo-eutectoids steels that can contain phosphorous until 0.5 wt%. The corrosion products have been analysed by local structural analytical methods as micro-diffraction under synchrotron radiation ({mu}XRD) and Raman micro-spectroscopy. These two complementary techniques and also the elemental composition analysis conducted to the characterisation of the corrosion forms. On the majority of the samples coming from four sites, the DPL are constituted by goethite including marbles of magnetite/maghemite. On the artefacts from the fifth site, a particular corrosion form has been identified. This corrosion form, constituted among others by a siderite layer is due to a particular environment: waterlogged soil containing wood. In the whole, analyses conducted in the TM show that it is composed of goethite badly crystallized in comparison with those of the DPL. Moreover, in this zone, the average elemental iron amount decreases progressively from the metal to the soil in which it stabilizes. In order to know the behaviour of the identified phases in soil water, some thermodynamic data have been involved to calculate their solubility in function of pH, potential and various water composition. The first conclusion concerns the influence of the composition and the structure of the material which is not important for the corrosion behaviour. From the results, some hypothesis have been formulated on the long term corrosion mechanisms of hypo-eutectoids steels in the considered environment. The role of the cracks formed in the DPL during the burial was evidenced. Moreover, these corrosion products undertake a dissolution in the soil water and a reprecipitation, explaining the progressive decrease of the iron amount in the TM. Lastly, some average corrosion rates have been measured with the help of the analytical and thermodynamic results: they do not exceed 4 {mu}m/year. (author)

  1. Hyperthyroidism and thyroid cancer: the diagnosis is not always what is expected. contribution of the SPECT-T.D.M. in the diagnosis; Hyperthyroidie et cancer thyroidien: le diagnostic n'est pas toujours celui attendu. Apport de la TEMP-TDM dans le diagnostic

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    Chabert, C.; Garby, L.; Scheiber, C.; Bournaud, C. [Centre de medecine nucleaire, groupement hospitalier Est, Lyon, (France); Picq, R. [service d' endocrinologie, clinique Saint-Charles, Roussillon, (France); Chaix, P.A. [HFME, service de chirurgie gynecologique, (France)

    2009-05-15

    The objective is to illustrate the interest of a tomo-scintigraphy coupled to computed tomography (SPECT-T.D.M.) in the scintigraphy with iodine 131. Conclusions: The ovarian mature teratomas of several tissues are germinal tumors more often benign ones, able to include some thyroid tissue. This one is in the most of case, non functional and of gynecological presentation. Exceptionally, the thyroid contingent is responsible of a hyperthyroidism whom diagnosis is often delayed. The contribution of hybrid imaging allowed an immediate diagnosis and a fast management of the patient. (N.C.)

  2. Contribution to the understanding of the behaviour of reinforced concrete shear walls under seismic loading: contribution of experiment and modeling to the design; Contribution a la comprehension du fonctionnement des voiles en beton arme sous sollicitation sismique: apport de l'experimentation et de la modelisation a la conception

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    Ile, N

    2000-12-01

    This thesis deals with aspects of seismic behaviour of reinforced concrete shear walls (RCSW). Its objective is to introduce a useful modelling approach for addressing the non-linear response of a large variety of RCSW and to identify several aspects in which this numerical approach could be implemented into design applications. Firstly, the characteristics of the behaviour of RCSW under seismic loading, some design principles and different modelling approaches are discussed. As an important lack of knowledge in several fields was identified, it was considered that three types of shear walls deserve more attention: slightly reinforced slender walls; U-shaped walls and heavily reinforced squat shear walls. A local modelling approach is adopted and the material constitutive models are described in details. Secondly, the behaviour of the two mock-up, CAMUS I and II, tested on the shaking-table during the CAMUS programme, which are slightly reinforced and designed according to the French code PS92 is simulated using a 2-D finite element model (FEM). For comparison purposes, the case of the CAMUS III mock-up, designed according to EC8, is considered. We are then dealing with the case of U-shaped walls under dynamic and cyclic loading. The results obtained from numerical simulations, based on a 3-D shell FEM, are compared with those obtained from tests carried out in the frame of the ICONS programme. Finally, the numerical model is applied to the case of heavily reinforced squat shear walls (similar to those used in the nuclear power plant buildings) subjected to shear loading. A 2-D FEM is considered in order to simulate the behaviour of three different walls, which were tested pseudo-dynamically during the SAFE programme. The results from both experimental and numerical studies are compared and discussed. The most important factors affecting the behaviour of RCSW are highlighted. Different examples of possible contributions to design are presented. (author)

  3. Recherche d'une politique de gestion des stocks d'eau de barrages-réservoirs en vue de soutenir les étiages. 2. Utilisation d'un modèle alterné annuel apports-déficits pour la recherche des conditions de gestion

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    Bocquillon, C.; Masson, J. M.

    1983-01-01

    In the upper catchment of the River Loire, France, the construction of five reservoir dams has been planned to sustain the low flows in the Loire valley. The management of these reservoirs, to be built successively, must be approached from partial or complete points of view in order to establish the daily draft decisions at every stage of the project. A hydrological criteria concerning the low flows at a station in the valley (namely the "objective point") is used to judge the results. It is possible to determine the optimal carry-over storage for this criterion with the use of a long series of simulated inflows to reservoirs and annual deficits, when the future conditions are presumed to be known. The statistical analysis of the results helps in the formulation of the objectives for long-term Q1 assuring the carry-over storage for a predetermined risk of failure. This objective for long-term Q1 will not hold good if the low flow is severe. Thus some deterministic and statistical hypotheses have been used to formulate an objective for the mean term of flow Q2 ( tj) which is calculated each day tj and adjusted to the hydrological conditions of the year. The target draft Cb at the objective point is the minimum of the pair [( Q1, Q2 ( tj)]. Water is discharged each day to meet this target flow, while maintaining all the constraints of the flows downstream to the reservoirs. It takes into account the time needed for transfer of water and permits a good prediction of either the flow propagation in the upper watershed or the evolution of the inflows from downstream catchments. A modular model is used to calculate the daily flow. The results obtained from simulation were satisfactory.

  4. Contribution to the modeling of elaborate cement barriers behaviour with respect to radioelements migration by the study of ancient analogue materials; Apport de l`etude de materiaux analogues anciens a la modelisation du comportement des barrieres ouvragees en ciment vis-a-vis de la migration des radioelements

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    Rougeau, P

    1994-10-13

    The durability of cement matrices and their capacity of radioelements retention are determining factors for their use as elaborate barriers in radioactive waste disposal facilities. This study focusses on the observation of concretes in real situation of alteration or in contact with radioelements for predictive modelling. Two materials have been selected. One is a concrete from a gallery wall of the Margnac uranium mine (Cogema, France) submitted to uranium-rich infiltration waters. The alteration concentrates in two characteristic successive zones: the first is composed of calcium depleted and aluminum enriched calcite and calcium hydro-silicates and the second, between the first zone and the sound matrix, is characterized by a self-filling in process due to massive ettringite precipitation induced by sulfate ions transport. Uranium migration depends closely on the fissures and porosity of the cement matrix. The second series of samples correspond to 2000 years old archaeological cements from Pompei (Italy) made of volcanic ashes and carrying uranium traces. These samples were submitted to burying and alteration is characterized by a carbonation of the cement matrix. The mineralogy is closed to the one defined in the first alteration zone of the uranium mine concrete. Both studies demonstrate that the presence of carbonate ions in the percolation water plays a major role in the alteration process. Sulfate reactions must be considered too and tend to diminish the materials porosity and to increase the delay in radionuclides migration processes. (J.S.). 131 refs., 92 figs., 55 tabs., 51 photos., 15 appends.

  5. Report about the contribution of new technologies to the burial of high and very-high voltage power lines; Rapport sur l'apport de nouvelles technologies dans l'enfouissement des lignes electriques a haute et tres haute tension

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    Kert, Ch. [Assemblee Nationale, 75 - Paris (France)

    2001-12-01

    Today, high voltage overhead power lines are badly perceived by the population in particular in urban areas and in areas with remarkable landscapes, for their visual impact on the environment and for their possible effect on human health. With the increase of the domestic and foreign power demand, the high voltage grid will develop in the future and the partial burial of power lines can be the first steps towards a solution to these problems. This report makes a worldwide status of the state-of-the-art of power line burial technologies, all voltages considered, and then focusses on the very-high voltage challenge which encounters the most important technological and economical constraints. The technical feasibility has been proven but the lowering of costs needs the development of a real European market of power lines burial. (J.S.)

  6. Contribution of molecular modeling and of structure-activity relations to the liquid-liquid extraction. Application to the case of U(VI) extraction by monoamides; Apport de la modelisation moleculaire et des relations structure -activite a l`extraction liquide-liquide. Application au cas de l`extraction d`U(VI) par les monoamides

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    Rabbe, C.

    1996-06-07

    In France, spent fuels are in most cases reprocessed. The aim of the reprocessing is to separate the recyclable fissile materials (for instance, uranium and plutonium) of radioactive wastes. The industrial process used until now is the Purex (Plutonium Uranium Refining by EXtraction) process. Recently (1991), the CEA has undertaken researches on the fields of separation and transmutation of long-lived radionuclides as minor actinides. Some molecules with an amide function have been at first considered especially for the uranium extraction. In order to rationalize the research of new extracting molecules, some molecular modeling methods (quantum chemistry calculations, molecular mechanics) have been used. In fact, there are three determining parameters for a molecule to be a good extractant: it has to own: (1) one or several sites which present a sufficient electron density in order that the metallic cation be complexed (2) the smallest possible substituents to avoid interferences with the complexation (3) a sufficient lipophilic effect. (O.M.). 139 refs., 43 figs., 36 tabs.

  7. Apports en matière organique marine et terrigène sur la marge équatoriale ouest africaine : rôle joué par le canyon sous-marin du Zaïre.
    Approche par les biomarqueurs lipidiques

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    Treignier , Claire

    2005-01-01

    The Zaire deep-sea fan (South-East Atlantic) is one of the world's largest active fans. It is fed by a unique canyon extending across the West Equatorial African margin, creating a direct connection between the Zaire River estuary and the abyssal plains. The canyon drives a substantial amount of terrigenous sediment down to the deep sea, mainly via turbidity currents. The initial goal of the French BIOZAIRE project initiated by IFREMER is to study the benthic ecosystem in relation to the orga...

  8. Methodological validation of the isotopic analysis of fossil bones and contributions to the paleo-ecological reconstitutions of the Upper Paleolithic of south-west France; Validation methodologique de l'analyse isotopique d'ossements fossiles et apports aux reconstitutions paleoecologiques du paleolithique superieur du sud-ouest de la France

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    Drucker, D

    2001-04-01

    A methodology for investigating fossil bone collagen carbon and nitrogen isotopic signatures has been established in order to obtain palaeo-ecological informations. The archaeological, biochemical and geochemical reliability has been estimated. Almost 500 animal and human specimens from southwestern France upper Palaeolithic sites ranging in age from 36,000 to 9,000 years BP have been treated. It has been demonstrated that different dietary resources were isotopically distinct, with a resolution better than the expectations. Small mammals have been distinguished from ungulates, and Reindeer, Horse and Bovines presented specific isotopic signatures. Moreover, isotopic differences have been evidenced between gregarious and solitary species. Time changes of ecological patterns have been described using the isotopic signatures of some mammal species. Biomass fluctuation and exploitation have been demonstrated during upper Palaeolithic. The methodology allowed to use the isotopic signatures of animal predators as a proxy for meat resources availability in the environment. This approach allows to investigate environmental global factors as well as human behaviour with a common tool. (author)

  9. Palaeo-ethnology, palaeo-environment and palaeo-climatology of Piaui, Brazil: palynological studies on human coprolites collected at the ``Pedra Furada`` site; Paleoethnologie, paleoenvironnement et paleoclimatologie du Piaui, Bresil: apport de l`etude pollinique de coprolithes humains recueillis dans le gisement prehistorique de ``Pedra Furada``

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    Chaves, S.; Renault-Miskovsky, J. [Institut de Paleontologie, 75 - Paris (France)]|[Universidade Federal, Rio de Janeiro, RJ (Brazil)

    1996-06-13

    Fossil human faeces were collected from the rock-shelter of ``Pedra Furada`` (Piaui, Brazil), which is considered nowadays as one of the most ancient prehistoric sites in America. These dated coprolites range from 8,500 to 7,000 BP and are evidence of an occupation phase connected with ``Serra Talhada`` cultural traditions I and II. These coprolites were analysed by palynological studies. The results have given palaeo-climatological and palaeo-environmental data with an emphasis on palaeo-ethnological aspects. Evidence emerges regarding the range of medicinal and food plants of the prehistoric humans who inhabited the site for some 1,500 years. (authors). 32 refs., 3 figs.

  10. Contribution of geological and geophysical 3D models to the development of the polymetallic deposit of Draa Sfar (Hercinian Massif of Central Jebilets, Morocco); Apport du modele geologique et geophysique 3D dans le developpement du gisement polymetallique de Draa Sfar (Massif hercynien des Jebilet centrales, Maroc)

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    Rziki, S.; Alansari, A.; Mouguina, E. M.; Simard, J.; Zouhair, M.; Maacha, L.

    2012-11-01

    The compilation of geological and geophysical (magnetic and gravity) data and the development of the corresponding three-dimensional models have allowed the recognition of the deep mineralized structures, and helped the reopening of the mining after 23 years of inactivity. Geological resources were increased tenfold in three years to reach 10Mt at 5.39% Zn, 1.94% Pb and 0.34% Cu. This exploration methodology based on three-dimensional geological and geophysical models becomes increasingly used in mining exploration strategy after the improvement in the computing capacities of the modelling tools. The results from this study could be helpful for the development of mining massive sulphide deposits in the Jebilet province of Guemassa and by extension to other deposits with similar geological and metallogenic characteristics. (Author) 17 refs.

  11. Apports des phyllosilicates dans la différenciation entre altération hypogène et altération supergène dans le basalte triasique du Moyen Atlas (Maroc)Contribution of phyllosilicates to distinguish between hypogene alteration and weathering in Triassic basalt from Middle Atlas (Morocco)

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    Dekayir, Abdelilah; Danot, Michel; Allali, Nabil

    2002-09-01

    Triassic basalt of the Middle Atlas has been subject to metamorphic transformation then weathering. Occurrence in both metabasalt and saprolite of ubiquitous clay minerals, such as smectite and mixed layers chlorite-smectite, makes it difficult to distinguish between the two alteration facies and explains the interest of complementary sources of information. In the Bhallil weathering profile, petrographical and mineralogical analyses of primary igneous minerals and their alteration products coupled with Fe oxidation state determination in clay fractions allow to identify three alteration facies: ( i) metamorphic basalt, where iron occurs mainly as the ferrous form; ( ii) the lower part of saprolite, where iron is partially oxidized to its ferric form; ( iii) the upper part of saprolite, where iron is completely oxidized. To cite this article: A. Dekayir et al., C. R. Geoscience 334 (2002) 877-884.

  12. Apports des analyses chimiques et isotopiques à la connaissance du fonctionnement des aquifères plio-quaternaire et turonien de la zone synclinale d'Essaouira, Maroc occidentalGeochemistry of Plio-Quaternary and Turonian aquifers in the Essaouira Basin, western Moroco

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    Mennani, A.; Blavoux, B.; Bahir, M.; Bellion, Y.; Jalal, M.; Daniel, M.

    2001-05-01

    The Essaouira synclinal zone is one of the Moroccan semi-arid zones with annual rainfalls not exceeding 300 mm yr -1 and very high potential evapo-transpiration of about 920 mm yr -1. This syncline with a Senonian axial zone is bordered by two diapiric structures of Triassic deposits: the Tidzi Diapir that outcrops in the east and south, and the hidden Essaouira diapir in the west, which was found by geophysics. This syncline contains two main superimposed aquifers. (i) The Plio-Quaternary aquifer consists of sands, sandstone and conglomerates and provides the main part of the water supply. This free-water table flows out towards the northwest and its surface is affected by significant piezometric variations. (ii) The calcareous dolomitic Turonian is a confined aquifer under the Senonian marls in the and in direct contact with the Plio-Quaternary. For a few years, the drinking water supply to the town of Essaouira has come from deep drillings. These two aquifers were sampled in June 1995 and in Januray 1996 after exceptional rainfalls. All waters have the same geochemical profile. The interpretation of the total dissolved solids and chloride content of Plio-Quaternary aquifers makes it possible to specify their origins. It emphasises, in particular, the source from the Ksob Wadi in the northeast and the role of the hidden Essaouira diapir. Nitrate levels were raised excessively, increasing at the same time as chloride concentrations during the rains of the winter of 1996, and underline the wells vulnerability to pastoral and domestic activities. The interpretation of O- and H-isotopes distinguishes two contrasting Plio-Quaternary and Turonian aquifers with an Atlantic origin for the rain recharge. A specific campaign was varried out in November 1996 to date water from the Turonian aquifer by 14C. Two boreholes draw water of several thousands years old.

  13. Value of renal scintigraphy with captopril test in the exploration of renovascular hypertension: Case report; Apport de la scintigraphie renale avec test au captopril dans l'exploration de l'hypertension arterielle renovasculaire: a propos d'un cas

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    Ghfir, I.; Berehou, F.Z.; Ben Rais, N. [Centre Hospitalier Universitaire de Rabat, Hopital Ibn-Sina, Service de Medecine Nucleaire (Morocco)

    2007-08-15

    Introduction Dynamic renal scintigraphy with {sup 99m}Tc-DTPA and captopril test is a non-invasive functional method for the diagnosis of renovascular hypertension. It allows differentiating between hypertension induced by renal arterial stenosis from primary arterial hypertension with an incidental stenosis. Case report A 14-year-old girl, without previous medical history, developed a severe arterial hypertension with cephalalgia and ears buzzing. Auscultation revealed a murmur in the left lumbar pit. Renal angiography objectified a stenosis of the infra renal aorta due to a circumferential parietal thickening associated to renal arteries stenosis more marked in the left side. Dynamic renal scintigraphy after administration of captopril highlighted a marked collapse of the rate of tracer uptake exceeding 40% on the left side with an increase in the time of collecting on the right side testifying a frankly positive test prevailing on the left. A transluminal angioplasty of the left renal artery and a revascularization surgery on the right side were carried out. The evolution was marked by an improvement of blood pressure figures. Discussion Dynamic renal scintigraphy using {sup 99m}Tc-DTPA with captopril test constitutes a non-invasive process with a low dosimetry for the patients. Its principal goal is to affirm the role of renovascular stenosis in the origin of arterial hypertension and to determine which hypertensive patients with renal arterial stenosis can be treated successfully by surgical or endoscopic revascularization of the kidney. (authors)

  14. Contribution to the understanding of the behaviour of reinforced concrete shear walls under seismic loading: contribution of experiment and modeling to the design; Contribution a la comprehension du fonctionnement des voiles en beton arme sous sollicitation sismique: apport de l'experimentation et de la modelisation a la conception

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    Ile, N

    2000-12-01

    This thesis deals with aspects of seismic behaviour of reinforced concrete shear walls (RCSW). Its objective is to introduce a useful modelling approach for addressing the non-linear response of a large variety of RCSW and to identify several aspects in which this numerical approach could be implemented into design applications. Firstly, the characteristics of the behaviour of RCSW under seismic loading, some design principles and different modelling approaches are discussed. As an important lack of knowledge in several fields was identified, it was considered that three types of shear walls deserve more attention: slightly reinforced slender walls; U-shaped walls and heavily reinforced squat shear walls. A local modelling approach is adopted and the material constitutive models are described in details. Secondly, the behaviour of the two mock-up, CAMUS I and II, tested on the shaking-table during the CAMUS programme, which are slightly reinforced and designed according to the French code PS92 is simulated using a 2-D finite element model (FEM). For comparison purposes, the case of the CAMUS III mock-up, designed according to EC8, is considered. We are then dealing with the case of U-shaped walls under dynamic and cyclic loading. The results obtained from numerical simulations, based on a 3-D shell FEM, are compared with those obtained from tests carried out in the frame of the ICONS programme. Finally, the numerical model is applied to the case of heavily reinforced squat shear walls (similar to those used in the nuclear power plant buildings) subjected to shear loading. A 2-D FEM is considered in order to simulate the behaviour of three different walls, which were tested pseudo-dynamically during the SAFE programme. The results from both experimental and numerical studies are compared and discussed. The most important factors affecting the behaviour of RCSW are highlighted. Different examples of possible contributions to design are presented. (author)

  15. Apport des analyses isotopiques et moléculaires pour la caractérisation des communautés fonctionnelles et des voies métaboliques au cours de la méthanogenèse dans des boues d'épuration

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    Driss Limam, R.

    2015-01-01

    Full Text Available Characterization of functional communities and metabolic pathways during methanogenesis in wastewater sludge by isotopic and molecular analysis. Description of the subject. Investigation of the relationships between methanogenic community and metabolic pathway dynamics during methanogenesis. Objectives. The objective was to use an isotopic approach coupled with molecular analysis to identify metabolisms and to understand the dynamics of Archaea under different temperature conditions. Method. Sludge was incubated anaerobically under mesophilic and thermophilic conditions. Biogas production was monitored, together with stable isotopic signatures of produced CH4 and CO2. Results. Isotopic signature values for CH4 indicated a change in methanogenic metabolism with time and temperature. CH4 was predominantly produced from H2/CO2 and acetoclastic metabolism at the beginning of the mesophilic incubations and after acetate injection. A progressive shift towards an acetoclastic metabolism was observed at the end of mesophilic incubations. This period was associated with stability within archaeal communities as monitored by automated ribosomal intergenic spacer analysis (ARISA and FISH with oligonucleotidic probes targeting specifically the Archaea 16S rRNA gene. At the beginning of the thermophilic incubations and after acetate injection, methane was generated mostly from H2/CO2. At the end of the thermophilic incubations, an acetoclastic metabolism was observed and intergenic spacer analysis (ARISA and FISH showed important shifts in archaeal communities. Conclusions. Isotopic methods coupled with molecular analyses enabled us to better understand methanogenesis and the involvement of archaeal populations, which varied according to temperature. We also observed a preadaptation of archaeal communities in thermophilic conditions, which could be due to the fact that mesophilic microorganisms were progressively eliminated during the thermophilic incubation period.

  16. Usefulness of {sup 99m}Tc-depreotide scintigraphy for the diagnosis of bone metastases in non-small cell lung cancer stage 3-4; Apport de la scintigraphie au {sup 99m}Tc-depreotide pour le diagnostic de lesions osseuses secondaires dans le cancer bronchopulmonaire non a petites cellules stade 3-4

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    Costo, S.; Dunet, V.; Agostini, D.; Bouvard, G. [CHU Cote de Nacre, Service de Medecine Nucleaire et Isotopes, 14 - Caen (France); Halley, A. [Centre Havrais d' Imagerie Nucleaire, 76 - Montivilliers (France); Bergot, E.; Porret, E.; Zalcman, G. [CHU Cote de Nacre, Service de Pneumologie, 14 - Caen (France)

    2009-02-15

    Objective In non-small cell lung cancer (NSCLC), metastatic bone involvement is usually assessed using conventional {sup 99m}Tc-HMDP bone scintigraphy, which has a high sensitivity but a poor specificity. The purpose of this study was to assess the usefulness of the {sup 99m}Tc-D scintigraphy for the detection of malignant bone metastases in patients with NSCLC stage III or IV and to compare these results with {sup 99m}Tc-HMDP bone scan findings. Methods Nineteen patients (13 M and 6 F, mean age 59 years) with proven NSCLC, suspected to have stage III or IV were enrolled prospectively. All patients underwent whole body {sup 99m}Tc-HMDP and {sup 99m}Tc-D scintigraphy to detect bone metastases within a mean interval of 14 days. Each focal uptake of {sup 99m}Tc-D or {sup 99m}Tc-HMDP was considered benign or malignant, leading to positive or negative diagnosis for bone involvement. The final diagnosis of bone metastases was established by a lung specialist, on the basis of additional imaging modalities and of 12 months follow-up. Results Twelve bone lesions were identified by {sup 99m}Tc-D scintigraphy, 10 were classified as bone metastases and two were classified as inflammatory bone lesions. Four patients were metastatic. Fifty eight bone lesions were detected by {sup 99m}Tc-HMDP scintigraphy, 26 of whom were considered malignant, eight patients were thus considered metastatic. Thereby, the two nuclear medicine modalities were concordant for 13 patients, that is 68% of cases and were discordant for six patients, representing 32% of cases. Diagnostic sensitivity, specificity and accuracy of depreotide scintigraphy and {sup 99m}Tc-HMDP bone scintigraphy were 75% for both, 93.3 and 73.3%, and 89.5 and 73.3% respectively. Conclusion Our data suggest that depreotide scintigraphy with the same sensitivity, a better accuracy and specificity than those of {sup 99m}Tc-HMDP bone scan can detect metastatic bone lesions in patients with NSCLC suspected to have stage III or IV disease. (authors)

  17. Reduction mammaplasty and radiation therapy can allow breast conservation in patients with breast cancers not initially treatable by tumor-ectomy; Apport de la plastie mammaire de reduction, associee a la radiotherapie, dans le traitement conservateur des cancers du sein non accessibles a une tumorectomie de premiere intention

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    Otmezguine, Y.; Calitchi, E.; Cothier, I.; Feuilhade, F.; Le Bourgeois, J.P.; Baruch, J. [Hopital Henri-Mondor, 94 - Creteil (France)

    1997-09-01

    A protocol combining reduction mammaplasty (RM) and radiation therapy was developed as an alternative of mastectomy in patients with breast cancers larger than 3 cm in diameter. This protocol was used in 51 patients between 1983 and 1990. Indications were extensive microcalcifications (n = 17; 33 %) ; residual tumor after neo-adjuvant therapy larger than 4 cm in diameter (n 18 ; 35 %); extensive DCIS (n = 4; 8 %) or tumor located within an area of fibrocystic disease (n = 6; 12 %); presence of a bifocal lesion (n = 12 %); area of fibrocystic disease (n = 6; 12 %); and presence of bifocal lesion (n 6; 12 %). Surgery consisted of tumor-ectomy removing a wide margin of skin and mammary gland, followed by immediate remodeling of the breast, same-side axillary node clearance, and symmetrization of the other breast. A radiation dose of 45 Gy was delivered to the entire mammary gland. Adjuvant therapy was given before and/or after therapy according to the institution`s routine breast cancer protocol. During the mean follow-up of 8.1 years, four patients (8 %) developed a local recurrence, which has treated surgically. The five-year disease-free survival rate was 76 %. The cosmetic result was good or very good in 78% of cases. RM plus RT is a reasonable alternative to mastectomy in patients with large breast cancers, although further work is needed to refine its indications. (authors). 15 refs.

  18. Contribution of the PET-CT with {sup 18}F.D.G. in the non metastatic thyroid cancers with suspicion of residual or recurrent disease; Apport de la TEP-TDM au {sup 18}FDG dans les cancers de la thyroide non metastatiques avec suspicion de maladie residuelle ou recidivante

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    Ghander, C.; Taieb, D.; Tessonnier, L.; Mundler, O. [CHU Timone, Service central de biophysique et de medecine nucleaire, 13 - Marseille (France); Sebag, F.; Henry, J.F. [CHU Timone, service central de chirurgie generale et endocrinienne, 13 - Marseille (France); De Micco, C. [Inserm U555, service d' anatomopathologie, 13 - Marseille (France)

    2010-07-01

    Purpose: Recurrent thyroid carcinomas usually involve the cervical lymph nodes. The objective of this study was to evaluate the contribution of {sup 18}F-F.D.G. PET in the investigation of thyroid cancer compared with non-metastatic cervical echography. Conclusions: Due to the low overall sensitivity of PET / CT in thyroid carcinoma, its use should be reserved for cases of aggressive carcinoma and when the residual thyroglobulin under stimulation is high. In these cases it is a complementary information with neck echography. (N.C.)

  19. Effect of previous administration of propyl-thiouracil on thyroid distribution of radioiodine. Contribution of secondary ion mass spectrometry microscopy to microdosimetry; Influence de l`administration prealable d`un antithyroidien de synthese (PTU) sur la distribution thyroidienne de l`iode radioactif. Apport de la microscopie ionique analytique a la microdosimetrie

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    Makki, B. [Centre Hospitalier Universitaire, 59 - Lille (France); Briancon, C.; Gavoille, A.; Fragu, P. [Centre de Lutte Contre le Cancer Gustave-Roussy, 94 - Villejuif (France)

    1995-12-31

    Radiation dose delivered to thyroid gland after radioiodine treatment for Graves` disease is modified by administration of propyl-thiouracil (PTU) which decreases the radioactive iodine uptake and increases its distribution heterogeneity within the thyroid follicle. Using secondary ion mass spectrometry (SIMS) microscopy which is able to map quantitatively chemical elements on histological specimen, we measured stable ({sup 127} I) and radioactive ({sup 129} I) iodine concentration within thyroid follicles of mice. Furthermore, we estimated the size of thyroid follicles and their spacing using image analysis processing. We demonstrated that only SIMS parameters were determinant for microdosimetry in the three experimental groups studied: treated with radioiodine or PTU therapy (A) or after short disrupting (B) and control (C). It is for the group B that the therapeutic conditions are best. Our results underline the interest of SIMS for revisiting dosimetry in metabolic radiotherapy. (authors). 21 refs., 2 tabs., 2 figs.

  20. Contribution of the deep-inspiration breath-hold technique in patients treated for a left breast cancer by mono-isocentric conformational irradiation; Apport du blocage inspiratoire profond chez des patientes traitees pour un cancer du sein gauche par irradiation conformationnelle mono-isocentrique

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    Zioueche, A.; Mege, A.; Bodez, V.; Rauglaudre, G. de [Institut Sainte-Catherine, Avignon (France)

    2011-10-15

    The authors report a study which aimed at assessing the benefit of a deep-inspiration-breath-hold on heart sparing in 31 women treated in the left breast or wall and locoregional ganglionary areas by three-dimensional conformational irradiation with field-in-field optimization. All heart and lung parameters (delivered doses) have been significantly improved by a deep-inspiration-breath-hold. Short communication

  1. Mechanisms of reaction and energy dissipation in the nucleus-nucleus symmetric collisions at 25 to 74 MeV/u: contribution of exclusive measurements of the INDRA multidetector; Mecanismes de reaction et de dissipation de l`energie dans les collisions symetriques noyau-noyau de 25 a 74 MeV/u: apport des mesures exclusives du multidetecteur INDRA

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    Metivier, V [Caen Univ., 14 (France). Lab. de Physique Corpusculaire

    1995-04-01

    This work is about the first experimental results obtained with the INDRA multidetector. First, the characterization of reaction mechanisms is performed. For complete events, global description of the collision is performed and compared with theoretical calculations. Dissipative binary mechanisms represent the largest part of the cross section for violent collisions whatever the bombarding energy (from 25 to 74 MeV/u) for the studied systems (Ar + KCl and Xe + Sn). The two outgoing products decay takes place through light charged particle and fragment emission. The reconstruction of the two primary sources is achieved, allowing thus the study of the evolution of the energy dissipation. Excitation energies exceeding 10 MeV/u are reached. The decay of the primary outgoing partners can be understood in a statistical model approach and the role of collective modes like expansion energy seems to be negligible. The study of the angular distributions points out angular momentum effects, `proximity effect` and a dynamical ternary process corresponding to the emission of a light fragment in between the two heavier products. For the most violent collisions, events can also be interpreted in terms of the multifragmentation of a single source, at least for the Xe + Sn system at 50 MeV/u (80 m barn). For the lower incident energies, fusion residues associated to the largest dissipations are recognized, but the cross sections is small (35 m barn for the Ar + KCl system at 32 MeV/u). (author) 91 refs.

  2. Apports de l’archéobotanique à la compréhension de la Source des Roches, Chamalières (Puy-de-Dôme The archaeobotanic contribution to the understanding of la Source des Roches, Chamalières (Puy-de-Dôme

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    Béatrice Prat

    2008-04-01

    Full Text Available Au tout début de la période romaine, un taux d’arbres inhabituellement élevé a été mis en évidence par la palynologie sur le site de la Source des Roches à Chamalières (Puy-de-Dôme, gisement qui a livré plus de 3500 ex-voto en bois au début des années 70. Durant le second âge du Fer et l’époque romaine, un tel niveau de boisement n’est observé nulle part ailleurs, ni en plaine de Limagne, ni sur le plateau des Dômes. L’hypothèse d’un sanctuaire de plein air, soutenue par Anne-Marie Romeuf qui a dirigé la fouille, se trouve ainsi confortée par l’analyse pollinique, qui permet d’envisager la possibilité de la présence d’un « bois sacré » composé principalement de chênes. La combinaison des données archéobotaniques issues de la palynologie et de la carpologie contribue à renforcer la compréhension du site d’un point de vue paysager et nous renseigne également sur les types d’offrandes végétales associées au dépôt des ex-voto.Unusually high levels of tree pollen were revealed by palynology on the site of the Source des Roches in Chamalières (Puy-de-Dôme for the very beginning of the Roman period. The site had yielded more than 3500 wooden offerings in the early 70s. Such a high density of woodland can be found nowhere else for the Second Iron Age and the Roman period, neither in the plain of Limagne, nor on the plateau of Les Dômes. The hypothesis of an open air sanctuary, first advanced by Anne-Marie Romeuf, director of excavation, is therefore reinforced by the pollen analysis which leads us to consider the possibility that a “sacred grove” made up principally of oaks was present. The correlation of the archaeobotanic data from palynology and paleœthnobotany contributes to the strengthening of the site’s knowledge from the landscape’s point of view. We also have a better understanding of the vegetal offerings associated with the wooden statues.

  3. Feasibility of Seismic Monitoring at a Potential CO2 Injection Test Site in the Paris Basin Évaluation des apports de la sismique à la surveillance d’un test d’injection de CO2 sur un site pilote potentiel du Bassin de Paris

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    Becquey M.

    2009-09-01

    Full Text Available Seismic effects of the injection of CO2 into a partially depleted oil field have been evaluated. Seismic modelling yields small time-lapse effects, including 0.4 ms time-shifts and 4 to 6% amplitude variations at the top and bottom of the reservoir. Amplitude variations at the reservoir level should be slightly larger at large incidence angles, but wave equation modelling shows that picking these reflections will not be easy, because of the presence of shear waves generated at upper interfaces. In-situ fracturation generates azimuthal anisotropy with velocity and amplitude variations with the propagation direction. These variations bear some information about the crack density, about the relation between the fracture nets and the porous medium, and about the fluid content in the pores and fractures. All these effects are however weak and their measurement requires careful seismic data acquisition and processing. Les effets sismiques de l’injection de dioxyde de carbone dans un gisement de petrole deplete ont fait l’objet d’une simulation. Ces effets sont faibles. On peut s’attendre a une variation des temps d’arrivee des reflexions sur des interfaces situees en dessous des reservoirs, de l’ordre de la demi-milliseconde, et a une variation d’amplitude au toit et au mur du reservoir de l’ordre de 6 %. La variation d’amplitude sera legerement plus forte pour les reflexions a grand deport, mais le pointe des reflexions et la mesure des amplitudes seront probablement plus difficiles, en raison de la presence d’ondes converties. La mesure de l’anisotropie azimutale, due a la presence de fractures, peut nous donner des informations sur l’etat de fracturation du reservoir et sur la connexion entre ces fractures et la matrice poreuse. La mesure de ces variations subtiles necessitera une acquisition soignee et un traitement precautionneux des donnees.

  4. Contribution of the cerebral SPECT in the field of evaluation of the hemodynamic cerebral vascular accident risk in the Limb shaking syndrome; Apport de la TEMP cerebrale dans le cadre de l'evaluation du risque d'AVC hemodynamique dans le Limb Shaking Syndrome

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    Lauer, V.; Wolff, V.; Marescaux, C. [CHU de Strasbourg, Unite neurovasculaire, service de neurologie, 67 (France); Namer, I.J. [CHU de Strasbourg, service de biophysique et medecine nucleaire, 67 -Strasbourg (France)

    2010-07-01

    The limb shaking syndrome (L.S.S.) is characterized by uncontrollable shaking of members that are caused by a passage in the upright or by an hyper extension of the neck and occur in a patient with internal carotid stenosis. To investigate the pathophysiology of L.S.S. we used brain SPECT (SPECT-E.C.D. or H.M.P.A.O.) to measure cerebral perfusion in the supine position and standing in three patients. (N.C.)

  5. Contrast ultrasound using SonoVue for pelvic radiation with concurrent chemotherapy monitoring in stage I B-II cervical cancer; Apport de l'echographie Doppler avec injection de contraste pour la prise en charge des cancers du col de l'uterus de stades IB et II par chimioradiotherapie concomitante

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    Marret, H. [Hopital Bretonneau, Service de Gynecologie, 37 - Tours (France); Barillot, I. [Hopital Bretonneau, Service de Radiotherapie, 37 - Tours (France); Rolland, Y. [CRLCC Eugene-Marquis, 35 - Rennes (France); Leveque, J. [Hopital Anne-de-Bretagne, 35 - Rennes (France)

    2009-10-15

    The aim of the present study was to evaluate whether angiogenic parameters as assessed by trans vaginal color Doppler ultrasound and by enhanced cervix ultrasound may predict prognostic factors of stage I B greater than 4 cm and II cervical cancer treated by radio chemotherapy. A total of 40 patients with histologically proven advanced stage invasive cervical cancer will be evaluated by color Doppler, contrast ultrasound, and MRI before radiotherapy, after the second chemotherapy cycle and prior to surgery. Subjective assessment of the amount of vessels within the tumor (scanty-moderate or abundant) and resistance index (R.I.) will be recorded for Doppler, enhancement and washout period will be studied after injection of SonoVue for contrast ultrasound. All patients will have radical hysterectomy and pelvic lymph node dissection. Comparison with MRI results will be done. The main parameter studied will be persistence of tumor cells in the analysis of the radical hysterectomy. We expected to correlate contrast parameters with persistent disease in order to confirm ultrasound parameters that will be useful to monitor radio chemotherapy and to predict therapeutic answer of such treatment. (authors)

  6. Three-dimensional brachytherapy optimization techniques in the treatment of patients with cervix cancer; Apport des techniques de curietherapie optimisee grace a l'imagerie tridimensionnelle dans la prise en charge des patientes atteintes d'un cancer du col uterin

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    Haie-Meder, C.; Mazeron, R.; Verezesan, O.; Monnier, L.; Vieillot, S. [Institut Gustave-Roussy, Service de Curietherapie, 94 - Villejuif (France); Dumas, I. [Institut Gustave-Roussy, Service de Physique, 94 - Villejuif (France); Lhomme, C. [Institut Gustave-Roussy, Service d' Ooncologie Gynecologique, 94 - Villejuif (France); Morice, P. [Institut Gustave-Roussy, Service de Chirurgie Oncologique, 94 - Villejuif (France); Barillot, I. [Centre Regional Universitaire de Cancerologie Henry-S.-Kaplan, Hopital Bretonneau, CHU de Tours, 37 - Tours (France); Universite Francois-Rabelais, 37 - Tours (France)

    2009-10-15

    Traditionally, prescription and treatment planning in intracavitary brachytherapy for cervix cancer have used either reference points (mainly points A and B) or reference isodoses (60 Gy according to ICRU recommendations) to report doses to the target volume. Doses to critical organs were reported at bladder and rectum ICRU points. This practice has been supported by a long-standing clinical experience that has yielded an acceptable therapeutic ratio. The recent development of imaging has contributed to the improvement in target and organs at risk knowledge. In 2005 and 2006, the European group of brachytherapy -European Society for therapeutic radiology and oncology (GEC-E.S.T.R.O.) recommendations publications on 3-D based image brachytherapy have defined the different volumes of interest. These recommendations have been validated with intercomparison delineation studies. With the concomitant development of remote after-loading projectors, provided with miniaturized sources, it is now possible to plan radiation doses by adjusting dwell positions and relative dwell time values. These procedures allow better coverage of the targets while sparing O.A.R.. The recent literature data evidence a significant improvement in local control with no increase in complications. Further studies are needed to better define the dose recommended in both tumour and organs at risk. This is one of the goals of the European study on MRI-guided brachytherapy in locally advanced cervical cancer (E.M.B.R.A.C.E.) protocol (meaning of acronym: an international study on MRI-guided brachytherapy in locally advanced cervical cancer). (authors)

  7. Opening up electricity markets: contributions of research in the energy economics area - Proceedings of the conference on 22 November 2001; Oeffnung des Strommarktes - Beitraege der energiewirtschaftlichen Forschung / Ouverture du marche de l'electricite - Apports de la recherche sur l'economie energetique

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    Meier, R. [ed.] [Programmleitung Energiewirtschaftliche Grundlagen, Berne (Switzerland); Bacher, R. [Bacher Consulting, Baden-Daettwil (Switzerland); Bodmer, F. [Wirtschaftswissenschaftliches Zentrum der Universitaet Basel, Basel (Switzerland); Dettli, R.; Ott, W. [Econcept AG, Zuerich (Switzerland); Fillipini, M. [Swiss Federal Institute of Technology (ETH), Centre for Energy Policy and Economics, Zuerich (Switzerland)]|[Universita della Svizzera italiana, Lugano (Switzerland); Graber, W. [Verband Schweizerischer Elektrizitaetsunternehmen VSE, Berne (Switzerland); Iten, R. [Infras, Zuerich (Switzerland); Renggli, M. [Swiss Federal Office of Energy, Berne (Switzerland); Romerio, F. [Centre universitaire d' etude des problemes de l' energie (CUEPE), Carouge (Switzerland); Sommer, H. [Ecoplan, Altdorf (Switzerland)

    2001-07-01

    These proceedings of the conference organised by the Swiss Federal Office of Energy (SFOE) that took place on the 22nd of November 2001 present nine papers on various topics involved in the liberalisation of the Swiss electricity market. The topics covered include the labelling of electricity to indicate its source, whereby the problems to be overcome in connection with the import of electrical power are examined, and the results of a focus-group survey on the labelling of electricity that covers the requirements of consumers. Further, a paper on the fundamentals for the definition of charges for the use of the electricity grid for the transport of energy by third parties as well as two papers on the benchmarking of Swiss electricity grids are presented. Two further papers discuss the billing of costs between grids operating at different voltage levels and the regulation of prices in the distribution grids at the start of liberalisation. The conditions for hydropower in a liberalised Swiss electricity market and the importance of water taxation and its possible differentiation by location are discussed in two further papers.

  8. Characterization through nano indentation technique of mechanical properties of an aluminium alloy welded zone for hydrogen storage; Apport de la nanoindentation pour la caracterisation d'un cordon de soudure par faisceau d'electrons d'un reservoir d'hydrogene sous pression en alliage d'aluminium

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    Delobelle, P.; Perreux, D.; Russo, C. [Universite de Franche-Comte, Institut FEMTO-ST, UMR 6174, Depart. LMARC, 25 - Besancon (France); Meunier, E. [CEA Valduc (DRMN/SMCM/LCSi), 21 - Is-sur-Tille (France); Decamps, B. [Laboratoire de Chimie Metallurgique des Terres Rares, UPR 209, 94 - Vitry-Thiais, (France)

    2008-07-01

    In this study we use the nano indentation technique which is a powerful tool to characterise the mechanical properties of a welded bond. The Berkovich indentation has the advantage to test small material volumes compared to the conventional tensile tests. The welded process with electrons beam of hydrogen vessels induces different regions and the aim of this study is to characterize the differences of the mechanical properties of the different zones of the weld. To identify the stress-strain curves of the tested material, F.E. inverse method has been used. After treatment, for one pass, the hardness of the melted zone is greater than those of the base material and for the two passes, the hardness is still lower than those of the base material. The interface zones present a hardness which is always higher than those of the weld. A relation of the Hall-Petch type which correlates the evolution of the hardness with the zinc concentration and the grain size has been proposed. Moreover a relation between the normalized hardness and the hydrogen concentration CH has been found. The parameters of the stress-strain curves of the four regions; base material, interface, one and two passes melted zones, have been deduced. The identified laws are used in a F.E. model of a welded sphere to model its radial deformation under internal pressure loading. (authors)

  9. Contributions of the CEA-Valduc Centre control to the understanding of the transfers of atmospheric tritiated water into the different parts of the environment; Apports de la surveillance du Centre CEA-Valduc sur la connaissance des transferts de l'eau tritiee atmospherique dans les differents compartiments de l'environnement

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    Guetat, P.; Vichot, L. [CEA Valduc, UMR, 21 - Is-sur-Tille (France); Tognelli, A. [CEA Bruyeres-le-Chatel, 91 (France)

    2009-07-01

    After a description of the geological environment of the Valduc Centre dedicated to tritium purification and tritiated waste processing and storage, this document presents the assessment of quantities of tritiated water released by the Valduc Centre and of their evolution in the hydro-geological environment. It provides in situ macroscopically observed data on the transfer mechanisms of water into the different parts of the environment and into the food chain by means. This is made possible by the exceptional traceability of tritiated water. Finally, a comparison between computational models and experimental measurements is given

  10. Analysis of a weld of an hydrogen tank under pressure: contribution of the nano-indentation for the characterization; Analyse d'une soudure d'un reservoir d'hydrogene sous pression: apport de la nanoindentation pour la caracterisation

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    Russo, C.; Delobelle, P.; Perreux, D. [Laboratoire de Mecanique Appliquee R. Chaleat (LMARC), Institut FEMTO-ST, UFC and CNRS, 25 - Besancon (France); Russo, C.; Munier, E. [CEA Valduc, 21 - Is-sur-Tille (France); Decamps, B. [Institut de Chimie et des Materiaux Paris-Est vient, CNRS, CMTR-ICMPE, 94 - Thiais (France)

    2007-07-01

    This work deals with the size of an hydrogen spherical tank under pressure, composed of two half shell in aluminium alloy AZ5G machined in a forged bar and welded by electrons beam by a circumference. In this work, it is shown what the nano-indentation test can bring here. The influence of the tempering heat treatment after welding, the grains diameter and the loss in alloy elements (Zn and Mg) on the local mechanical properties of the weld bead has been revealed. In the same way, a hardening of the alloy due to the hydrogen penetration and leading to an increase of the dislocations density is observed. (O.M.)

  11. Apport de la simulation numérique à la compréhension des mécanismes d'interaction de cavités dans le cadre de la modélisation de l'endommagement ductile sous sollicitation dynamique

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    Roy, G.; Buy, F.; Llorca, F.

    2002-12-01

    L'étude présentée s'inscrit dans le cadre d'une démarche menant à la construction d'un modèle analytique ou semi analytique de comportement élasto-visco-plastique endommageable, applicable aux chargements rencontrés en configuration d'impact violent et générant de l'écaillage ductile. La prise en compte des effets de compressibilité et de micro inertie est essentielle pour modéliser la phase de croissance. Des simulations numériques globales de la structure et locales à l'échelle des hétérogénéités permettent d'évaluer les niveaux de sollicitations dans les zones susceptibles de s'endommager, dévaluer des critères analytiques de germination de l'endommagement et de comprendre les mécanismes d'interaction entre les défauts. Les effets micro inertiels et de compressibilité sont ainsi mis en évidence dans les phases de germination et de coalescence des micro défauts. II s'agit ici d'une illustration non exhaustive de travaux engagés au CEA Valduc sur le tantale, dans le cadre d'une thèse [10]. Un programme matériaux en partenariat CEA-CNRS sur la modélisation multi échelles du comportement de structures a également été initié dans ce contexte.

  12. Contribution of kidneys scintigraphy in etiologic anuria diagnosis of the kidneys transplanted person in the first month post graft. Apport de la scintigraphie renale dans le diagnostic etiologique de l'anurie du transplante renal dans le premier mois post greffe

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    Pouteil-Noble, C.; Yatim, A.; Najem, R.; Colon, S.; Peyrin, J.O.; Touraine, J.L. (Hopital Edouard-Herriot, 69 - Lyon (France))

    1992-12-01

    The quickness of the response, the non traumatic character, the absence of contrast product injection and the repeatability of the kidney scintigraphy make of this investigation, a chosen and emergency examination in the etiologic diagnosis of the kidney transplanted person in the first month post transplantation. 9 refs.

  13. 47 CFR 69.309 - Other investment.

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  16. Les minéralisations Cu_(Ni_Bi_U_Au_Ag) d'Ifri (district du Haut Seksaoua, Maroc) : apport de l'étude texturale au débat syngenèse versus épigenèseThe Cu_(Ni_Bi_U_Au_Ag) mineralization of Ifri ('Haut Seksaoua' district, Morocco): contribution of a textural study to the discussion syngenetic versus epigenetic

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    Barbanson, Luc; Chauvet, Alain; Gaouzi, Aziz; Badra, Lakhifi; Mechiche, Mohamed; Touray, Jean Claude; Oukarou, Saı̈d

    2003-11-01

    The Cu ore of Ifri is a chalcopyrite stockwork hosted by Cambrian formations and was until now interpreted as a syngenetic massive sulphide deposit. Textural studies highlight two generations of pyrite early (Py I) and late (Py II) with respect to the regional deformation. The chalcopyrite stockwork overprinted Py II, outlining the epigenetic nature of the Cu mineralization. Regarding the origin of Cu-depositing fluids, the presence in the stockwork paragenesis of an U, W, Sn association and preliminary Pb/Pb dating of a brannerite belonging to this association suggest a contribution of the Tichka granite. To cite this article: L. Barbanson et al., C. R. Geoscience 335 (2003).

  17. Restriction des communications entre l'Atlantique et la Méditerranée au Messinien : apport de la téphrochronologie dans la plate-forme carbonatée et le bassin de Melilla Nador (Rif nord-oriental, Maroc)Restriction of the seawater exchanges between the Atlantic and the Mediterranean during the Messinian: contribution of the tephrochronology of the Melilla Nador area (north-eastern Rif, Morocco)

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    Münch, Philippe; Roger, Stephan; Cornée, Jean-Jacques; Saint Martin, Jean-Paul; Féraud, Gilbert; Moussa, Abdelkhalak Ben

    2001-05-01

    Thirty-eight volcanic layers have been found, from the littoral carbonate platform to the basin, interbedded within the Neogene deposits of the Melilla-Nador area. Ten of them, whose stratigraphic location and geographic extension have been established, were petrographically and mineralogically studied. They have been used as markers to establish an overall platform/basin correlation sketch. Together with these correlations and a synthesis of available ages, we show that the sedimentation areas, and thus the oceanic circulations, progressively restricted in this region between 6.5 and 5.77 Ma as a consequence of tectono-magmatic activity of the Gourougou magmatic field.

  18. Monte Carlo simulations for thermodynamical properties calculations of plasmas at thermodynamical equilibrium. Applications to opacity and equation of state calculations; Apport d'un code de simulation Monte Carlo pour l'etude des proprietes thermodynamiques d'un plasma a l'equilibre et application au calcul de l'elargissement des profils de raies ioniques emises dans les plasmas denses, aux opacites spectrales et aux equations d'etat de systemes fluides

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    Gilles, D

    2005-07-01

    This report is devoted to illustrate the power of a Monte Carlo (MC) simulation code to study the thermodynamical properties of a plasma, composed of classical point particles at thermodynamical equilibrium. Such simulations can help us to manage successfully the challenge of taking into account 'exactly' all classical correlations between particles due to density effects, unlike analytical or semi-analytical approaches, often restricted to low dense plasmas. MC simulations results allow to cover, for laser or astrophysical applications, a wide range of thermodynamical conditions from more dense (and correlated) to less dense ones (where potentials are long ranged type). Therefore Yukawa potentials, with a Thomas-Fermi temperature- and density-dependent screening length, are used to describe the effective ion-ion potentials. In this report we present two MC codes ('PDE' and 'PUCE') and applications performed with these codes in different fields (spectroscopy, opacity, equation of state). Some examples of them are discussed and illustrated at the end of the report. (author)

  19. Hydrogen cracking and stress corrosion of pipeline steels. Contribution of the cracking mechanisms study to the understanding of the in-service damage and to the definition of a ranking test; Fissuration assistee par l'hydrogene et corrosion sous contrainte des aciers de pipelines. Apports de l'etude des mecanismes de fissuration a la comprehension de l'endommagement de service et a la definition d'un test de classification

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    Le Friant, D.

    2000-12-19

    This work is based on the study of the cracking of a French oil transmission pipeline protected by a cathodic protection system. The objective is to identify field parameters, which contribute to the cracks propagation, and to assess changes in the operating conditions, which could lead to a mitigation of the phenomenon. We have focused on the study of the micro-mechanisms by means of slow strain rate tests. Then, cyclic loading tests were carried out to investigate cracks propagation mechanisms. Smooth and pre-notched specimens were tested at free and cathodic potential. Hydrogen is responsible for crack advance through changes in the local steels properties. Such effects take place when two phenomenons occur: favourable conditions for hydrogen entry and, a localisation of hydrogen and its effects. In particular, we have shown the essential role of a dynamic loading in promoting hydrogen entry into the steel (especially at the very crack tip). At cathodic potential, hydrogen-related effects are exacerbated by the presence of MnS inclusions which leads to the initiation of internal cracks (HIC) and to a SOHIC-like crack morphology. At free potential, the lesser amount of available hydrogen give localisation-related effects a greater importance. Cracking is then related to a hydrogen-induced SCC mechanism. Three parameters are involved in the field cracking: operating pressure variations, period of over-protection and a sensitive steels microstructure (MnS). Cathodic protection appears to be the most efficient field parameter to mitigate the phenomenon: it requires a better control of the polarisation level. Finally, a ranking test is outlined from the study of the cracking mechanisms. (author)

  20. No. 3425 National Assembly. No. 56 Senate, report on the contributions of the science and the technology to the sustainable development Tome 1: the climatic changes and the energy transition: over the crisis; No. 3425 Assemblee Nationale. No. 56 Senat, rapport sur 'les apports de la science et de la technologie au developpement durable' Tome 1: 'changement climatique et transition energetique: depasser la crise'

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    2006-11-15

    Energy crisis can be avoided by the use of anticipation policies. After an examination of the technologies, concerning the energy production and more particularly the electricity, the energy conservation, the new transport modes and the new houses architecture, the authors noted that these policies exist, but need time to implement. In this framework this report aims to defines the situation and bring some recommendations and answers to implement a real policy. (A.L.B.)

  1. Un milieu de travail diversifié : l’apport de l’obligation d’accommodement raisonnable selon le droit international et le droit canadien A diversified work environment : the contribution of the obligation for reasonable accommodation according to international law and Canadian law Un medio de trabajo diversificado : el aporte de la obligación de un acomodo razonable según el derecho internacional y el derecho canadiense

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    2010-02-01

    Full Text Available L’accommodement ou l’aménagement dit « raisonnable » : la diversité humaine du milieu de travail est distinctement subordonnée à une pratique en ce sens. L’enjeu : le droit au travail, surtout porté par le droit à l’égalité dans sa reconnaissance et son exercice. Cela implique, de la part de l’ordre juridique en cause, de prohiber la discrimination dans toutes les facettes de l’emploi et son corollaire, pour l’employeur, l’obligation d’accommoder raisonnablement la personne victime d’une telle discrimination. Quelle place le droit international et le droit canadien réservent-ils à cette obligation d’accommodement raisonnable ? Ceux-ci, dans leur sphère d’application respective, sont appelés à assurer le droit à l’égalité : ils doivent rendre possible la diversité dans le milieu de travail, en la protégeant spécifiquement, mais aussi la promouvoir par des mesures appropriées et des pratiques de gestion qui tiennent compte de la situation réelle des travailleurs en cause. La place des travailleurs handicapés dans les milieux de travail illustre, d’une façon particulière, la problématique.“Reasonable” accommodation : human diversity in the workplace is clearly subordinate to such a practice. The issue is the right to work, borne particularly by the right to equality in its recognition and its exercise. This means that the legal system in question must prohibit discrimination in all facets of employment, and its corollary, the employer’s duty to reasonably accommodate victims of such discrimination. What place is reserved in international law and Canadian law for this obligation for reasonable accommodation ? In their respective spheres of application, they are each called on to ensure the right to equality ; they not only have to allow the possibility of diversity in the workplace, by specifically protecting it, but they also have to promote it by appropriate measures and management practices that take into account the actual situation of the workers involved. The situation of disabled workers in workplaces illustrates the problem in a specific way.La acomodación o la adaptación dicha “razonable” : la diversidad humana en el medio de trabajo se somete a una práctica en este sentido. Lo que está en juego : el derecho laboral, sobre todo lo que conlleva el derecho a la igualdad en su reconocimiento y ejercicio. Esto implica, por parte del orden jurídico en cuestión, a prohibir la discriminación en todas las facetas del empleo y su corolario, para el empleador, la obligación de acomodar razonablemente a la persona víctima de tal discriminación. ¿Qué lugar reservan el derecho internacional y el derecho canadiense a esta obligación de acomodación razonable ? En su esfera de aplicación respectiva, éstos son llamados a garantizar el derecho a la igualdad : deben hacer posible la diversidad en el medio laboral, protegiéndola específicamente, pero también promoviéndola mediante las medidas apropiadas y las prácticas de gestión que tienen en cuenta la situación real de los trabajadores en cuestión. El lugar de los trabajadores discapacitados dentro de los medios de trabajo ilustra, de una forma particular, esta problemática.

  2. Contribution of {sup 99m}Tc-DTPA dynamic renal scintigraphy with furosemide test in the exploration of low grade urethra-pelvic junction syndrome. Report of 17 cases; Apport de la scintigraphie renale dynamique au {sup 99m}Tc-DTPA avec epreuve au furosemide dans l'exploration du syndrome de la jonction pyelo-uretrale a minima. A propos de 17 cas

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    Ghfir, I.; Ben Rais, N. [Hopital Ibn Sina, CHU de Rabat, Service de Medecine Nucleaire, Rabat (Morocco)

    2009-10-15

    Introduction The renal scintigraphy using {sup 99m}Tc-DTPA with furosemide test constitutes a noninvasive and functional method that is of appreciable interest in the exploration of the upper urinary tract and in the evaluation of the separate renal function. It distinguishes the functional character of dilation from organic obstruction needing surgery or endoscopic treatment. Material and methods We report, through this work, the observations of 17 patients with a low grade urethra-pelvic junction syndrome detect by intravenous urography (I.V.U.). {sup 99m}Tc-DTPA renal scintigraphy with furosemide test was carried out among all our patients by means of a gamma-camera with large field equipped with a low energy high-resolution parallel collimator. The evaluation of images obtained consisted of analysis of urethra-pelvic permeability taking into account the semiquantitative parameters of time-activity curve or isotopic nephrogram (I.N.) obtained after digital reconstruction of sequential images. Results On the 17 studied cases, the sex-ratio was equal to 1.83; the average age was 18.92 years with extremes spanning from 4 years to 70 years. Renal scintigraphy categorized four patients groups. Group I: two patients (11.76%) with normal aspect of I.N.; group II; seven patients (41.17% of cases) with functional dilation; group III: five patients (29.41%) with organic obstruction and a group IV: three patients (17.64%) with intermediate response. Discussion {sup 99m}Tc-DTPA renal scintigraphy with furosemide test allowed, through our study, to obviate the limits of IVU and manometric explorations to distinguish functional dilation of organic obstruction. It permits the improvement of treatment with a favourable dosimetry. (authors)

  3. Contribution to the characterization of 222-radon concentrations variability in water to the understanding of an aquifer behaviour in fractured medium: example of the Ploemeur site, Morbihan; Apport de la caracterisation de la variabilite des concentrations en radon-222 dans l'eau a la comprehension du fonctionnement d'un aquifere en milieu fracture de socle: exemple du site de Ploemeur, Morbihan

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    Le Druillennec, Th

    2007-06-15

    Heterogeneous fractured aquifers which developed in crystalline rocks, such as schist or granite, supply 20% of tap water production of Brittany. These fractured media present a large range of permeability. In these aquifers, fluid flow and transport of elements dissolved in water are strongly related on the geometry of the fractured network. Increasing the knowledge of the hydrogeological behaviour of the aquifer is fundamental for the management and the protection of the groundwater resources. Radon-222 is a radioactive noble gas produced from radium-226 further to the radioactive decay of uranium-238; it occurs naturally in ground waters and derives primarily from U-rich rocks and minerals that have been in contact with water. Radon-222 concentrations in waters are liable to provide significant and relevant information on both the geometry of a fracture network and the flow distribution. Furthermore, radon may also be used as a tracer in the aquifer of water exchanges between zones of variable permeability. Three main results were obtained in this study: 1. An accurate characterisation of the radon concentrations in water was carried out in the Ploemeur aquifer (Brittany, France). These results highlight the variability in the spatial and vertical distributions of {sup 222}Rn activity in groundwater together with a wide range of concentrations extending from 0 to 1 500 Bq.L{sup -1}. 2. The influence of fracture aperture on radon content in groundwater has been demonstrated with the modelling of radon concentration. Indeed, the satisfactory results obtained with a simple crack model highlight that the geometry of the fracture network controls the radon activity in groundwater. 3. Thus, the results of pumping tests performed in the boreholes improved our understanding of the system. After the pumping test, an increase of the radon content in groundwater occurred and evidenced a contribution of a radon-rich water to supply the flow rate that seems to come from the low-permeability rock matrix. Indeed, a water flow seems to occur between the most permeable zones of the aquifer, made up of the main flow pathways, and the zones with low permeability, consisted of the unfractured rock matrix and secondary fractures of lower permeability. Then, we compared the variability of radon volume activity with the evolution of the NO{sub 3}{sup -}/SO{sub 4}{sup 2-} ratio and the SF{sub 6} content of groundwater. The results obtained with these tracers seem to allow the hypothesis of a water flux from the rock matrix to the fractured network. (author)

  4. Contribution of the low cycle fatigue on ultra high purity Ni-Cr-Fe alloys and on Ni monocrystals to the understanding of the hydrogen role in stress corrosion cracking for the alloys 600 and 690; Apport de la fatigue oligocyclique sur alliages Ni-Cr-Fe d'ultra haute purete et sur monocristaux de Ni a la comprehension sous contrainte des alliages 600 et 69O

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    Renaudot, N

    1999-06-01

    We discuss the role of hydrogen in cracking of Ni base alloys used for pressurised water reactor (PWR) primary tubes (alloy 600 and 690). Cracking can be explained by a Stress Corrosion Cracking (SCC) phenomenon. For this purpose, Low cycle fatigue (R = - 1) under cathodic charging at room temperature is conducted to study hydrogen effects on propagation of cracks mechanically initiated by the formation of Persistent Slip Bands (PSB). Low cycle fatigue on Ultra High Purity specimens (Ni, alloy 600 and 690) reveals the very important hydrogen effect on crack propagation rate, whatever the Cr content in the Ni base alloy. If Cr seems to have an effect over-hydrogen penetration in specimens (by a protective film formation), it have no beneficial effect when hydrogen have diffused ahead of a crack tip. Propagation rates (transgranular or intergranular) are highly increased, no matter of the absence of impurities like sulphur. Then, in PWR, the difference in the behaviour of alloy 600 and 690 could be due to a slower microcrack propagation rate for alloy 690. Protective films could play an important role in this difference, which is to study. Low cycle fatigue on Ni single crystals oriented for single slip shows, for the first time on bulk specimen, a macroscopic softening which can be explained. by hydrogen-dislocation interactions. Moreover, a simple quantitative model based on these interactions results in the same softening as the one observed experimentally. These results allow to validate experimentally one of the most important steps in the 'Corrosion Enhanced Plasticity (CEP) model', i.e. the softening ahead of a stress corrosion crack tip by hydrogen dislocation interactions. This is of importance because this model can explain cracking in numerous FCC materials-environment couple. (author)

  5. 47 CFR 69.401 - Direct expenses.

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    ... elements in the same proportions as the combined investment in COE, IOT, and C&WF apportioned to each... shall be deemed to be associated with § 69.303(b) IOT investment for purposes of the apportionment...

  6. 47 CFR 36.224 - Extraordinary items-Account 7600.

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    ..., REVENUES, EXPENSES, TAXES AND RESERVES FOR TELECOMMUNICATIONS COMPANIES 1 Operating Revenues and Certain... account of an operating nature are apportioned on a basis consistent with the nature of these items. ...

  7. 40 CFR Appendix B to Subpart E of... - Federal Guidelines-User Charges for Operation and Maintenance of Publicly Owned Treatment Works

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    ... charges is to distribute the cost of operation and maintenance of publicly owned treatment works to the... not be acceptable. Savings resulting from economies of scale should be apportioned to all users or...

  8. 49 CFR 501.7 - Administrator's reservations of authority.

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    ... under 23 U.S.C. chapter 4, as amended, to: (1) Apportion authorization amounts and distribute obligation... penalties and approve manufacturer fuel economy credit plans under chapter 329. (d) The authority under...

  9. American Community Survey (ACS) 5-Year Estimates for Coastal Geographies

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    National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, Department of Commerce — The American Community Survey (ACS) is an ongoing statistical survey that samples a small percentage of the population every year. These data have been apportioned...

  10. 24 CFR 266.305 - HFAs accepting less than 50 percent of risk.

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    ... things, will apportion units and obligate credit subsidy to the project. (d) Inspections and other.... (e) Endorsement of mortgage note for insurance. So long as the HFA is in good standing, and absent...

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    ... last payment when reason for apportionment no longer exists. (2) Where pension was apportioned under... is later. (l) Guardian, marriage or divorce of (§ 3.856). Date of last payment (pending receipt of...

  12. [Nutritional care of elderly people with chronic alcoholism].

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    Brugerolles, Héléna; Mathy, Fabrice; Emery, Sophie; Hervé, Christian

    2014-01-01

    The management of elderly people with chronic alcoholism involves several players, including dieticians.Without stigmatisingthe person or apportioning blame, the challenge is to enable them to become a player in their treatment. Long-term support is required.

  13. VT Senate Districts 2012

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    Vermont Center for Geographic Information — (Link to Metadata) Vermont General Assembly is periodically re-apportioned to reflect the state's changing population patterns. The current apportionment process is...

  14. 2210-IJBCS-Article-Makenzo Giseèle

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    compléter les apports nutritionnels du lait maternel. Ces derniers doivent apporter en proportions équilibrées les protéines, les lipides, les glucides et les sels minéraux. (Mouquet-rivier, 2006). Si l'enfant n'est pas bien nourri, divers signes de malnutrition protéino-énergétique. (Bouwer et al., 2000; OPS, 2003) apparaissent.

  15. Snakes in Ireland: questioning the assumption of 'collective responsibility' to protect refugees

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    Zieck, M.

    2011-01-01

    The recognition of the international scope and nature of the problem of refugees, which induced the establishment of UNHCR and the adoption of the 1951 Convention relating to the Status of Refugees, did not result in shared responsibility for the protection of refugees but rather in a strict apportioning of responsibilities between UNHCR on the one hand, and states on the other. Rather than sharing the apportioned part as a collective responsibility, states become individually responsible for...

  16. 1923-IJBCS-Article-Yapo Magloire Yapi

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    d'apport d'amidon (via une céréale) en substitution d'apports protéiques et de fibres. Ces aliments ont été testés sur trois lots d'aulacodes, du sevrage jusqu'à 96 jours d'âge. L'analyse des performances zootechniques et sanitaires obtenus indique qu'un bon compromis entre santé digestive et croissance de l'aulacode ...

  17. Chemical mass balance source apportionment of fine and PM10 in the Desert Southwest, USA

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    2016-03-01

    Full Text Available The Desert Southwest Coarse Particulate Matter Study was undertaken in Pinal County, Arizona, to better understand the origin and impact of sources of fine and coarse particulate matter (PM in rural, arid regions of the U.S. southwestern desert. The desert southwest experiences some of the highest PM10 mass concentrations in the country. To augment previously reported results, 6-week aggregated organic speciation data that included ambient concentrations of n-alkanes, polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons, organic acids, and saccharides were used in chemical mass balance modeling (CMB. A set of re-suspended soil samples were analyzed for specific marker species to provide locally-appropriate source profiles for the CMB analysis. These profiles, as well as previously collected plant and fungal spore profiles from the region, were combined with published source profiles for other relevant sources and used in the CMB analysis. The six new region-specific source profiles included both organic and inorganic species for four crustal material sources, one plant detritus source, and one fungal spore source.Results indicate that up to half of the ambient PM2.5 was apportioned to motor vehicles with the highest regional contribution observed in the small urban center of Casa Grande. Daily levels of apportioned crustal material accounted for up to 50% of PM2.5 mass with the highest contributions observed at the sites closest to active agricultural areas. Apportioned secondary PM, biomass burning, and road dust typically contributed less than 35% as a group to the apportioned PM2.5 mass. Crustal material was the primary source apportioned to PM10 and accounted for between 50–90% of the apportioned mass. Of the other sources apportioned to PM10, motor vehicles and road dust were the largest contributors at the urban and one of the rural sites, whereas road dust and meat cooking operations were the largest contributors at the other rural site.

  18. Modélisation d'une détente quasi-isotherme d'un gaz par contact direct avec un fluide caloporteur

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    Blaise , Mathilde; Maillet , Denis; Feidt , Michel; Alemany , Antoine; Forcinetti , Renato

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    National audience; Les besoins en électricité sont croissants, cependant, les rejets thermiques industriels sont peu valorisés. La reconsidération des moteurs à apport de chaleur externe est un enjeu d'actualité pour la valorisation des rejets thermiques. Dans ces derniers, la phase de détente motrice offre des possibilités d'amélioration. L'idée ici est d'accompagner cette étape par un apport de chaleur par contact direct avec un fluide caloporteur. En effet, la détente d'un gaz entre une ha...

  19. Sea King SHOL Support for Post-HCM/FELEX HALIFAX Class Ships

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    modernisation de mi-durée. Les modifica- tions techniques apportées aux navires pendant le radoub ont entraïné des changements im- portants à la...classe Halifax connaissent une modernisation (MCH) de mi-durée. Les modifications techniques apportées aux navires pendant le radoub ont entraïné des...ship DAQ components were distributed about the ship at the bow, mast, port bridge wing, port breezeway, howdah (a.k.a. LSO compartment), Flyco (a.k.a

  20. L'évaluation et le suivi participatifs

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    Traduction de: Learning from change: issues and experiences in ...... travaillé avec nous a apporté un soutien technique et moral absolument crucial. ...... and Reporting in Non-profit Organisations », Journal of Business Ethics, vol.17, n° 13, p.

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    Marketing territorial et developpement local : quel apport pour la communication territoriale ? Cas des communes de Bejaia et d'El-Kseur Abstract · Vol 115 (2016) - Articles Assessing the impact of structural changes in the financial sector on the Algerian economy: A financial social accounting matrix approach. Abstract.

  2. 47 CFR 69.303 - Information origination/termination equipment (IOT).

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    ... 47 Telecommunication 3 2010-10-01 2010-10-01 false Information origination/termination equipment (IOT). 69.303 Section 69.303 Telecommunication FEDERAL COMMUNICATIONS COMMISSION (CONTINUED) COMMON... origination/termination equipment (IOT). Investment in all other IOT shall be apportioned between the Special...

  3. 47 CFR 69.408 - All other customer services expenses in Account 6620.

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    ... 47 Telecommunication 3 2010-10-01 2010-10-01 false All other customer services expenses in Account... CARRIER SERVICES (CONTINUED) ACCESS CHARGES Apportionment of Expenses § 69.408 All other customer services expenses in Account 6620. All other customer services expenses shall be apportioned among the Interexchange...

  4. 26 CFR 1.179-3 - Carryover of disallowed deduction.

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    ... deduction are selected by the taxpayer in the year the properties are placed in service. This selection must... no selection is made, the total carryover of disallowed deduction is apportioned equally over the... restaurant business. During 1992, ABC purchases and places in service two items of section 179 property—a...

  5. 76 FR 44978 - Notice of FAA Intent To Carry Over Airport Improvement Program (AIP) Entitlement Funds

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    ... DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION Federal Aviation Administration [Docket No. 2011-0786] Notice of FAA... notify, in writing, the designated representative in the appropriate FAA Regional or Airports District... apportioned for fiscal year 2011, regardless of whether the FAA has authority to obligate those funds. After...

  6. The best farm-level irrigation strategy changes seasonally with fluctuating water availability

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    Gaydon, D.S.; Meinke, H.B.; Rodriguez, D.

    2012-01-01

    Around the globe farmers managing irrigated crops face a future with a decreased and more variable water supply. To investigate generic adaptation issues, a range of on-farm strategies were evaluated for apportioning limited water between fields and enterprises using a typical case-study farm from

  7. 77 FR 2225 - Allocation and Apportionment of Interest Expense

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    ... determined in Step 1 to arrive at total intangible asset value (Step 3). The intangible assets owned by the... income (Step 4). Once a taxpayer has determined the fair market value of its intangible assets, those... rata share of liabilities of such related person: (i) The intangible assets apportioned to the related...

  8. Etude des proprietes antioxydantes d'un extrait d'ecorces d ...

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    acide ascorbique. Ces résultats suggèrent une activité ... Ces résultats peuvent constituer un apport réel dans la recherche de molécules bioactives, pouvant prévenir ou traiter des pathologies liées au stress oxydatifs. Mots clés : Anacardium ...

  9. Agronomie Africaine: Editorial Policies

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    , (AISA), leur Association, d'une Revue Scientifique dénommée "AGRONOMIE AFRICAINE" (Agron. Afr.) les chercheurs Ivoiriens engagés dans la recherché agronomique entendent apporter leur modeste contribution la diffusion de ...

  10. The Imprecise Science of Evaluating Scholarly Performance: Utilizing Broad Quality Categories for an Assessment of Business and Management Journals

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    Lange, Thomas

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    In a growing number of countries, government-appointed assessment panels develop ranks on the basis of the quality of scholarly outputs to apportion budgets in recognition of evaluated performance and to justify public funds for future R&D activities. When business and management journals are being grouped in broad quality categories, a recent…

  11. 77 FR 27277 - FTA Supplemental Fiscal Year 2012 Apportionments, Allocations, and Program Information

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    ... apportioning funds appropriated by law. In some cases, if less than a full year of funds is available, FTA... of 2012, Public Law 112-102, continues the authorization of the Federal transit programs of the U.S... Bus Grants programs at approximately seventy-five percent of the FY 2011 levels until June 30 2012...

  12. Technique de la membrane induite pour la reconstruction des pertes ...

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    humérus par la technique de la membrane induite au moyen d'une fibula non vascularisée avec apport de substitut osseux complémentaire chez une adolescente de 14 ans. Un incident cicatriciel a été observé sur le site de prélèvement.

  13. Religion and Gender Roles in Africa: A Case Study of Religion and ...

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    Gender roles are the apportioning of certain roles to a particular sex by society. This is quite different from gender disparity which promotes the ideology that one sex is better than the other. They are gender ideologies which can be deconstructed. In some primal cultures however, they were imbued with religious undertones ...

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    information et de la communication (TIC) pour trouver des moyens de mieux servir la population. ... En Asie, l'enseignement à distance (ou téléenseignement) apporte des solutions décisives dans les domaines de l'éducation et de la formation.

  15. "It's the Parents": Re-Presenting Parents in School Bullying Research

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    Herne, Karen E.

    2016-01-01

    Public discourse about school bullying is frequently underscored by debates about the relative roles and responsibilities of parents and schools in preventing bullying. Such debates are often characterised by a sense of recrimination, with blame apportioned according to perceived negligence. In this article, I provide a critique of ways in which…

  16. 24 CFR 1710.116 - Additional information.

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    ...) Must an alien obtain a permit or license to own land, build a home, live, work or do business in the... divided and billed? How are voting rights in any Association apportioned? Are there management fees? If so... not directly or indirectly discriminating on the basis of race, religion, sex or national origin in...

  17. 75 FR 17281 - Changes in Hourly Fee Rates for Science and Technology Laboratory Services-Fiscal Years 2010-2012

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    ... mathematical formula used to calculate the apportioned rate for each fee charge category for fiscal year 2010... procedures which must be exhausted prior to any judicial challenge to this rule or the application of its... 20250-0270. (7) Statistics Branch Office. The Statistics Branch office of Science and Technology...

  18. Research

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    enfants, Rabat, Maroc, 2Service de Pédiatrie III, Faculté de Médecine et. Pharmacie .... Les apports calciques journaliers conseillés en France ..... water intake in German children and adolescents: results of the. DONALD Study ...

  19. 47 CFR 36.181 - Material and supplies-Account 1220.

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    ... JURISDICTIONAL SEPARATIONS PROCEDURES; STANDARD PROCEDURES FOR SEPARATING TELECOMMUNICATIONS PROPERTY COSTS... Material and Supplies and Cash Working Capital § 36.181 Material and supplies—Account 1220. (a) The amount included in Account 1220 is apportioned among the operations on the basis of the apportionment of the cost...

  20. 26 CFR 1.170A-6 - Charitable contributions in trust.

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    2010-04-01

    ... governing instrument of the trust or from local law that the trustee would be required to apportion the... 26 Internal Revenue 3 2010-04-01 2010-04-01 false Charitable contributions in trust. 1.170A-6...-6 Charitable contributions in trust. (a) In general. (1) No deduction is allowed under section 170...

  1. Energy storage. Possibilities of superconductors for high power discharges; Stockage d'energie. Possibilites des supraconducteurs en vue des decharges de grandes puissances

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    Sole, J [Commissariat a l' Energie Atomique, Saclay (France). Centre d' Etudes Nucleaires

    1967-07-01

    After briefly examining the various processes for energy storage and fast liberation, the author stresses the new possibilities of superconductors in this field. (author) [French] Apres un bref examen des differents procedes de stockage et de liberation rapide d'energie, l'auteur souligne les perspectives nouvelles qu'apportent les supraconducteurs dans ce domaine. (auteur)

  2. Human errors and system variability in safety investigations of ...

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    Until OJ January 2010, the IMO Code for casualty investigation was annexed to an Assembly Resolution and therefore enjoyed only the status of soft law. However, whilst the legal status then was different, the philosophy of safety investigations remains the same i.e. an investigation should not apportion blame and/or ...

  3. : tous les projets | Page 215 | CRDI - Centre de recherches pour le ...

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    Sujet: Capacity building, Health, KNOWLEDGE, DIPLOMACY, AFRICA SOUTH OF SAHARA, COMMUNICATION BARRIERS. Région: North of Sahara, South of Sahara, Brazil, China. Programme: Santé des mères et des enfants. Financement total : CA$ 690,600.00. Apports de la diplomatie de la santé mondiale aux ...

  4. Building Businesses with Small Producers : Successful Business ...

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    La recherche analysée dans cet ouvrage apporte une contribution ... de coopération scientifique et technologique en appui aux projets de recherche conjoints. ... de l'Institut d'étude du développement international de l'Université McGill.

  5. CHANGING FOOD CONSUMPTION PATTERNS, THEIR EFFECT ON THE U.S. FOOD SYSTEM, 1972-1987: AN INPUT-OUTPUT PERSPECTIVE

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    Schluter, Gerald E.; Lee, Chinkook

    1996-01-01

    Output growth of the U.S. Food System is examined to apportion first the importance of domestic food demand and then the importance of components of domestic food demand. Growth of U.S. food processing output is heavily dependent upon domestic food demand and particularly its personal consumption expenditures components - food purchased for off-premise consumption and purchased meals and beverages.

  6. 76 FR 19178 - Agency Information Collection Activities: Notice of Request for Extension of Currently Approved...

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    ... Program. Inspections of fracture critical bridges and underwater inspections are also required at... basis for setting initial priorities for the replacement or rehabilitation of bridges under the Highway... rehabilitation. In order to apportion funds for the HBP, the law requires that a cost to replace or rehabilitate...

  7. 76 FR 31675 - Agency Information Collection Activities: Notice of Request for Renewal of a Previously Approved...

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    ... Program. Inspections of fracture critical bridges and underwater inspections are also required at... basis for setting initial priorities for the replacement or rehabilitation of bridges under the Highway... rehabilitation. In order to apportion funds for the HBP, the law requires that a cost to replace or rehabilitate...

  8. ÉTUDE DE CAS — Une puissance de calcul | IDRC - International ...

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    13 janv. 2011 ... Le processus a commencé il y a plusieurs années, lorsque les ... Appliquée conjointement à un apport supplémentaire de moins de 1 $US par tête et à .... Canadian effort to stem transmission and deaths from dengue fever.

  9. Un meilleur aménagement des villes comme moyen de réduire la ...

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    examiner les réformes juridiques possibles pour empêcher les violences sexuelles. Présidé par l'ancien juge en chef J. S. Verma, ce comité a demandé à ce que l'on apporte des modifications radicales à la législation indienne.

  10. Nutritional survey, staple foods composition and the uses of savoury ...

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    STORAGESEVER

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    May 2, 2008 ... Cassava paste with sauce Cassava paste meal, leaves of Gnetum Africanus. Soft pieces. Corn meal .... Maggi oignons epices. Maggi tomate epices ... Etude de la biodisponibilité du fer et des apports en quelques minéraux ...

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    1 janv. 2018 ... Trois objectifs guident le travail du CRDI : investir dans le savoir .... intermittente ou en élaborant un programme de formation ... de collaborer avec la ministre Marie-Claude Bibeau et des ..... Le CRDI continue d'apporter son soutien avec la ...... communication et de mise en commun des connaissances.

  12. Une carte du feu

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    Sylvie RIMBERT

    1991-12-01

    Full Text Available L’un des apports majeurs de l’informatisation à la cartographie est de faciliter la simulation spatiale. On propose ici un exemple de diffusion d’incendie, simulée sur micro-ordinateur bas de gamme.

  13. Diversité floristique et ethnobotanique des plantes sauvages ...

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    SARAH

    2016-02-29

    Feb 29, 2016 ... La valorisation (préparation de jus ou extraction d'huile) de certains fruits pourrait apporter une valeur ajoutée à ces espèces. ... elles aussi montré le rôle essentiel des plantes ... conservation/protection des plantes sauvages.

  14. Mise en place d'une base de données pour une modélisation ...

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    Mise en place d'une base de données pour une modélisation hydrologique distribuée du bassin versant du Bandama (Côte d'Ivoire) : apport d'un modèle numérique d'altitude, de la télédétection et du SIG Physitel.

  15. 38 CFR 3.665 - Incarcerated beneficiaries and fugitive felons-compensation.

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    2010-07-01

    ... of the DIC not paid to an incarcerated surviving spouse or other children not in the surviving spouse... incarcerated child may be apportioned to the surviving spouse or other children. These apportionments shall be... 38 Pensions, Bonuses, and Veterans' Relief 1 2010-07-01 2010-07-01 false Incarcerated...

  16. 32 CFR 842.111 - Applicable law.

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    ..., discovered peril, and comparative and contributory negligence are considered. Absolute liability is never... act or omission occurs governs the effect of the claimant's comparative or contributory negligence... apportioned if local law applies comparative negligence. (3) Proceeds from private insurance policies are not...

  17. LARYNGITE CHRONIQUE : APPROCHE DIAGNOSTIQUE ET ...

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    prise en charge rigoureuse en détectant les facteurs de risque et assurant une surveillance régulière à long terme des .... C'est un instrument utilisé pour l'étude des phases d'un ..... besoin et la numérisation de cet outil est d'un apport impor-.

  18. Fuzzy Failure Probability of Transmission Pipelines in the Niger ...

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    We undertake the apportioning of failure possibility on twelve identified third party activities contributory to failure of transmission pipelines in the Niger Delta region of Nigeria, using the concept of fuzzy possibility scores. Expert elicitation technique generates linguistic variables that are transformed using fuzzy set theory ...

  19. Étude de la variabilité agromorphologique de la collection nationale ...

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    31 mars 2015 ... a jamais eu d'apport d'eau par irrigation dans les parcelles même si certaines ..... abouti à la définition de 3 composantes ou axes fondamentaux. ..... couleur grise type Souna 3, mais on trouve aussi des variétés à grains ...

  20. Personalization of models with many model parameters : an efficient sensitivity analysis approach

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    Donders, W.P.; Huberts, W.; van de Vosse, F.N.; Delhaas, T.

    2015-01-01

    Uncertainty quantification and global sensitivity analysis are indispensable for patient-specific applications of models that enhance diagnosis or aid decision-making. Variance-based sensitivity analysis methods, which apportion each fraction of the output uncertainty (variance) to the effects of

  1. A Case Study Application of the Aggregate Exposure Pathway (AEP) and Adverse Outcome Pathway (AOP) Frameworks to Facilitate the Integration of Human Health and Ecological End Points for Cumulative Risk Assessment (CRA)

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    Cumulative risk assessment (CRA) methods promote the use of a conceptual site model (CSM) to apportion exposures and integrate risk from multiple stressors. While CSMs may encompass multiple species, evaluating end points across taxa can be challenging due to data availability an...

  2. 76 FR 74670 - Fisheries of the Exclusive Economic Zone Off Alaska; Pacific Cod Allocations in the Gulf of...

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    2011-12-01

    ... the regulatory text to restrict stationary floating processors in the GOA from mothership and C/P... apportioned on the basis of processor component (inshore and offshore) and season, as implemented under.../offshore processing components of the fishery and not divided among gear or operation types, there is a...

  3. Résultats de recherche | Page 3 | CRDI - Centre de recherches pour ...

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    Le CRDI administre l'apport de 20 millions de dollars du gouvernement du Canada à l'expansion du réseau de centre AIMS, l'objectif de l'initiative Next Einstein de l'Institut Africain des Sciences ... Entre chercheurs et entrepreneurs - pour la recherche et la promotion de l'entrepreneuriat en Afrique francophone.

  4. Liability and automation : issues and challenges for socio-technical systems

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    Contissa, G.; Laukyte, M.; Sartor, G.; Schebesta, H.; Masutti, A.; Lanzi, P.; Marti, P.; Tomasello, P.

    2013-01-01

    Who is responsible for accidents in highly automated systems? How do we apportion liability among the various participants in complex socio-technical organisations? How can different liability regulations at different levels (supranational, national, local) be harmonized? How do we provide for

  5. Liability and automation : issues and challenges for socio-technical systems

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    Contissa, Giuseppe; Laukyte, Migle; Sartor, Giovanni; Schebesta, H.; Masutti, Anna; Lanzi, Paola; Marti, Patrizia; Paola, Tomasello

    2013-01-01


    Who is responsible for accidents in highly automated systems? How do we apportion liability among the various participants in complex socio-technical organisations? How can different liability regulations at different levels (supranational, national, local) be harmonized? How do we provide for

  6. A method for smoke marker measurements and its potential application for determining the contribution of biomass burning from wildfires and prescribed fires to ambient PM2.5 organic carbon

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    A. P. Sullivan; A. S. Holden; L. A. Patterson; G. R. McMeeking; S. M. Kreidenweis; W. C. Malm; W. M. Hao; C. E. Wold; J. L. Collett

    2008-01-01

    Biomass burning is an important source of particulate organic carbon (OC) in the atmosphere. Quantifying this contribution in time and space requires a means of routinely apportioning contributions of smoke from biomass burning to OC. Smoke marker (for example, levoglucosan) measurements provide the most common approach for making this determination. A lack of source...

  7. 26 CFR 1.1368-2 - Accumulated adjustments account (AAA).

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    2010-04-01

    ... 26 Internal Revenue 11 2010-04-01 2010-04-01 true Accumulated adjustments account (AAA). 1.1368-2... adjustments account (AAA). (a) Accumulated adjustments account—(1) In general. The accumulated adjustments account is an account of the S corporation and is not apportioned among shareholders. The AAA is relevant...

  8. Déchets solides encombrants les plages d'Annaba Rabah Chaouch ...

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    Les rejets des déchets solides sur nos plages constituent une véritable plaie qui dégrade la beauté des paysages. ... Mots clés : environnement; déchets solides; gestion; littoral; santé. Abstract ..... déchets soldes et liquides apportés par les ...

  9. 5 CFR 838.1017 - Cost-of-living adjustments.

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    2010-01-01

    ... 5 Administrative Personnel 2 2010-01-01 2010-01-01 false Cost-of-living adjustments. 838.1017... Retirement Benefits § 838.1017 Cost-of-living adjustments. In cases where the court order apportions a... proper payment. That amount will be increased by future cost-of-living increases unless the court directs...

  10. 77 FR 62464 - Fisheries of the Exclusive Economic Zone Off Alaska; Pacific Cod by Vessels Using Pot Gear in the...

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    2012-10-15

    ... Vessels Using Pot Gear in the Central Regulatory Area of the Gulf of Alaska AGENCY: National Marine... gear in the Central Regulatory Area of the Gulf of Alaska (GOA). This action is necessary to prevent exceeding the 2012 Pacific cod total allowable catch apportioned to vessels using pot gear in the Central...

  11. 77 FR 8177 - Fisheries of the Exclusive Economic Zone Off Alaska; Pacific Cod by Vessels Using Pot Gear in the...

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    2012-02-14

    ... Using Pot Gear in the Central Regulatory Area of the Gulf of Alaska AGENCY: National Marine Fisheries...; closure. SUMMARY: NMFS is prohibiting directed fishing for Pacific cod by vessels using pot gear in the... season allowance of the 2012 Pacific cod total allowable catch apportioned to vessels using pot gear in...

  12. 77 FR 14305 - Fisheries of the Exclusive Economic Zone Off Alaska; Pacific Cod by Vessels Using Jig Gear in the...

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    2012-03-09

    ... Using Jig Gear in the Central Regulatory Area of the Gulf of Alaska AGENCY: National Marine Fisheries...; closure. SUMMARY: NMFS is prohibiting directed fishing for Pacific cod by vessels using jig gear in the... season allowance of the 2012 Pacific cod total allowable catch apportioned to vessels using jig gear in...

  13. 77 FR 6683 - Fisheries of the Exclusive Economic Zone Off Alaska; Pacific Cod by Vessels Using Pot Gear in the...

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    2012-02-09

    ... Using Pot Gear in the Western Regulatory Area of the Gulf of Alaska AGENCY: National Marine Fisheries...; closure. SUMMARY: NMFS is prohibiting directed fishing for Pacific cod by vessels using pot gear in the... season allowance of the 2012 Pacific cod total allowable catch apportioned to vessels using pot gear in...

  14. AQMEII3 evaluation of regional NA/EU simulations and analysis of scale, boundary conditions and emissions error-dependence

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    Through the comparison of several regional-scale chemistry transport modelling systems that simulate meteorology and air quality over the European and American continents, this study aims at i) apportioning the error to the responsible processes using time-scale analysis, ii) hel...

  15. On the (Im)potentiality of an African Philosophy of Education to Disrupt Inhumanity

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    Waghid, Yusef

    2015-01-01

    Despite the advances made in the liberal Western philosophical and educational tradition to counteract unethical, immoral and inhumane acts committed by the human species, these acts of inhumanity persist. It would be inapt to apportion blame only to Western thinking, which has its roots in Greek antiquity, as Plato and Aristotle, for instance,…

  16. 43 CFR 414.2 - Definitions of terms used in this part.

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    2010-10-01

    ... right to use ICUA (“consuming entity”). Basic apportionment means the Colorado River water apportioned... satisfaction of the Mexican treaty obligation. (1) Consumptive use from the mainstream within the Lower Division States includes water drawn from the mainstream by underground pumping. (2) The Mexican treaty...

  17. A flow cytometric assay for simultaneously measuring the ...

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    This research objective was to exploit a novel method for measuring the proliferation, cytotoxicity of cytokine-induced killer (CIK) cells using carboxyfluorescein succinimidyl ester/proliferation index (CFSE/PI) and flow cytometric assay. As cells divide, CFSE is apportioned equally between the two daughter cells, leading to a ...

  18. 78 FR 28014 - FTA Supplemental Fiscal Year 2013 Apportionments, Allocations, and Program Information

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    ... Appropriations) and sequestration of funds triggered by the Balanced Budget and Emergency Deficit Control Act of... funds through March 27, 2013. This subsequent FY 2013 Apportionment Notice apportions the full FY 2013... Apportionments 3. FY 2013 Discretionary Program Funds i. Notices of Funding Availability ii. Research Program...

  19. 42 CFR 413.50 - Apportionment of allowable costs.

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    ... as average-per-diem cost, does not take into account, variations in the amount of service which a day... days of care as a basis for apportioning costs is the relative amount of charges billed by the provider... for health care on a cost basis, reimbursement under the Medicare program involves a determination of...

  20. Diaspora Impact on the Capacity for Recovery from Conflict and Crisis

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    Dans le dernier numéro du bulletin du BRAS, voyez comment l'Afrique a évité ... Le soutien apporté par le CRDI à BetterEvaluation, un réseau international visant à ... Les politiques de taxation appliquées dans les pays en développement et, ...

  1. 7 CFR 718.206 - Determining farms, tracts, allotments, quotas, and bases when reconstitution is made by division.

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    2010-01-01

    ... transferring owner and transferee shall file a signed written memorandum of understanding of the designation... allotments, quotas, and bases shall be apportioned in the manner agreed to in writing by all interested heirs... totals of the parent farm than the cropland method would; and (ii) Obtains written consent of all owners...

  2. 38 CFR 3.461 - Dependency and indemnity compensation.

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    2010-07-01

    ... 38 Pensions, Bonuses, and Veterans' Relief 1 2010-07-01 2010-07-01 false Dependency and indemnity... ADJUDICATION Pension, Compensation, and Dependency and Indemnity Compensation Apportionments § 3.461 Dependency...'s award of dependency and indemnity compensation will be apportioned where there is a child or...

  3. Managing Water Demand : Policies, Practices and Lessons from the ...

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    30 août 2005 ... Managing Water Demand : Policies, Practices and Lessons from the Middle East and North Africa Forums. Couverture du livre ... L'organisation HarassMap, soutenue par le CRDI, a une fois de plus incité à apporter des changements progressifs dans le domaine de la lutte contre le harcèlement sexuel.

  4. Entrepreneurs mobiles et croissance partagée en Afrique du Sud ...

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    Les entrepreneurs migrants représentent une force appréciable au sein du secteur non structuré en Afrique australe; or, leur rôle demeure bien souvent invisible aux yeux des responsables des politiques et des chercheurs. Un nouveau projet de recherche sur l'apport de ces entrepreneurs migrants contribuera à faire en ...

  5. The Importance of Dosimetry to the Medical Management of Persons Accidentally Exposed to High Levels of Radiation; Le Role de la Dosimetrie Dans les Soins Medicaux a Donner aux Personnes Accidentellement Exposees a de Fortes Doses de Rayonnement; 0417 041d 0410 0427 0414 ; Importancia de la Dosimetria para el Tratamiento Medico de las Personas Accidentalmente Expuestas a Dosis Elevadas de Radiaciones

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    Andrews, G. A.; Lushbaugh, C. C. [Medical Division, Oak Ridge Institute of Nuclear Studies (United States); Auxier, J. A. [Health Physics Division, Oak Ridge National Laboratory, Oak Ridge, TN (United States)

    1965-06-15

    Radiation accidents continue to occur sporadically and it appears that there is no hope of eliminating them entirely. The management of patients exposed to large doses of radiation is constantly improving because of increasing ability to prevent and treat infection and to control haemorrhage. The possible effectiveness of temporary bone marrow grafts offers promise of a further reduction in mortality. The use of this growing biological information is closely related to, and to a large extent dependent upon, improvements in physical dosimetry for radiation accidents. (author) [French] Des accidents provoques par les rayonnements continuent a se produire de temps a autre et il ne semble guere que l'on puisse esperer les eliminer entierement. Toutefois, le traitement des sujets exposes a de fortes doses de rayonnement ne cesse de s'ameliorer; on parvient, en effet, dans une mesure croissante a empecher et a traiter l*infection ainsi qu'a arreter l'hemorragie. Comme la greffe temporaire de la moelle des os semble devoir donner des resultats, on peut s*attendre a une nouvelle reduction du taux de mortalite. L'application de ces connaissances biologiques sans cesse accrues est fonction, dans une large mesure, des ameliorations apportees a la dosimetrie physique des accidents nucleaires. (author) [Spanish] De vez en cuando se siguen produciendo accidentes de irradiacion y las perspectivas de evitarlos por completo parecen ser bastante remotas. El tratamiento de las victimas expuestas a dosis elevadas de radiaciones mejora constantemente debido a la creciente posibilidad de prevenir y tratar las infecciones, y de controlar las hemorragias. Tambien es posible que la eficacia de ios injertos temporales de medula osea se traduzca en una disminucion de la mortalidad. El aprovechamiento de estos conocimientos biologicos cada vez mas amplios guarda una estrecha relacion con los perfeccionamientos en materia de dosimetria fisica en caso de accidentes de irradiacion. (author

  6. Contribution of Ergotoxicology to the Determination of Actual PPE Effectiveness in Protecting Users From Phytosanitary Risks. From Contamination Analysis to the Collective Whistle-Blowing Process Apports de l’ergotoxicologie à l’évaluation de l’efficacité réelle des ÉPI devant protéger du risque phytosanitaire : de l’analyse de la contamination au processus collectif d’alerte Aportes de la ergotoxicoliogía a la evaluación de la eficacia real de los epi destinados a proteger del riesgo fitosanitario : del análisis de la contaminación al proceso colectivo de alerta

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    Alain Garrigou

    2008-05-01

    Full Text Available This paper presents the results of an ergotoxicologic study on the effectiveness, in real-life conditions, of the protective suits recommended by preventionists. The arguments presented in the paper are based on the Pestexpo study conducted by Isabelle Baldi (Baldi et al. (2002 and Baldi et al. (2006, which involved analyzing the exposure of vineyard workers to plant protection products by using an ergo-toxicologic approach. The point is to identify different types of exposure by taking into account the characteristics of the actual work (as opposed to what the operators are supposed to be doing as an outcome of personal, technical and organizational determinants. We were able to point at the permeation of the fabric used for some of the suits. Indeed, after further discussion with PPE manufacturers, it would appear that the suits recommended for agricultural activities were initially developed for industrial purposes and that since farming is just a market niche, these suits may not have been tested for plant protection products, not even for the most common ones. We will explore this topic in terms of organizational and technical failure (Reason, 2004 in the personal protective equipment (PPE design, testing and standardization process. We will also present the collective whistle-blowing process that was initiated.L’objectif de cet article est de présenter des résultats récents d’une recherche/action en ergotoxicologie concernant les risques liés à l’usage des produits phytosanitaires. Cette recherche propose une double articulation : la première entre des résultats issus d’analyses en situations de travail portant sur la contamination externe des viticulteurs et des résultats issus de tests en laboratoire portant sur la perméation des combinaisons. La seconde articulation concerne le lien entre l’ensemble des résultats cités ci-dessus et une analyse des failles techniques et organisationnelles de la conception et des processus de certification des EPI (équipements de protection individuelle. Sur ces bases, la question des EPI sera alors abordée sous l’angle d’un transfert de technologie entre des milieux industriels et les réalités des situations agricoles. Ceci conduit à un diagnostic très préoccupant en matière d’efficacité réelle des combinaisons. Nous aborderons aussi les questions des responsabilités juridiques soulevées par de tels manquements. Enfin, nous détaillerons le rôle de whistler blower (Vaugan, 1996 que nous avons décidé de jouer ainsi que le processus d’alerte que nous avons construit afin de poser autrement le problème des EPI et intéresser l’ensemble des acteurs.El objetivo de este artículo es presentar los resultados recientes de una investigación/acción en ergotoxicología sobre los riesgos relacionados con el uso de productos fitosanitarios. Esta investigación propone una doble articulación : la primera, entre resultados que emergen de análisis realizados en situaciones de trabajo sobre la contaminación externa de los viticultores y resultados provenientes de tests de laboratorio sobre la permeabilidad de la vestimenta de protección. La segunda articulación trata de la relación entre el conjunto de resultados ya citados y un análisis de los fallos técnicos y organizacionales del diseño y de los procesos de certificación de los EPI (equipos de protección individual. La problemática de los EPI será abordada desde el ángulo de una transferencia de tecnología entre los medios industriales y las realidades de las situaciones agrícolas. Esto conduce a un diagnóstico muy preocupante sobre la eficacia real de las vestimentas de protección. Abordaremos también las preguntas sobre la responsabilidad jurídica que emergen de estas carencias. Finalmente, explicaremos el rol de whistler blower (Vaugan, 1996 que decidimos jugar y el proceso de alerta que construimos para plantear de otra manera el problema de los EPI y hacer emerger el interés del conjunto de los actores sobre esta cuestión.

  7. Apports de l’ergotoxicologie à l’évaluation de l’efficacité réelle des EPI devant protéger du risque phytosanitaire : de l’analyse de la contamination au processus collectif d’alerte Contribution of Ergotoxicology to the Determination of Actual PPE Effectiveness in Protecting Users From Phytosanitary Risks:From Contamination Analysis to the Collective Whistle-Blowing Process Aportes de la ergotoxicoliogía a la evaluación de la eficacia real de los epi destinados a proteger del riesgo fitosanitario : del análisis de la contaminación al proceso colectivo de alerta

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    Alain Garrigou

    2008-05-01

    Full Text Available L’objectif de cet article est de présenter des résultats récents d’une recherche/action en ergotoxicologie concernant les risques liés à l’usage des produits phytosanitaires. Cette recherche propose une double articulation : la première entre des résultats issus d’analyses en situations de travail portant sur la contamination externe des viticulteurs et des résultats issus de tests en laboratoire portant sur la perméation des combinaisons. La seconde articulation concerne le lien entre l’ensemble des résultats cités ci-dessus et une analyse des failles techniques et organisationnelles de la conception et des processus de certification des EPI (équipements de protection individuelle. Sur ces bases, la question des EPI sera alors abordée sous l’angle d’un transfert de technologie entre des milieux industriels et les réalités des situations agricoles. Ceci conduit à un diagnostic très préoccupant en matière d’efficacité réelle des combinaisons. Nous aborderons aussi les questions des responsabilités juridiques soulevées par de tels manquements. Enfin, nous détaillerons le rôle de whistler blower (Vaugan, 1996 que nous avons décidé de jouer ainsi que le processus d’alerte que nous avons construit afin de poser autrement le problème des EPI et intéresser l’ensemble des acteurs.This paper presents the results of an ergotoxicologic study on the effectiveness, in real-life conditions, of the protective suits recommended by preventionists. The arguments presented in the paper are based on the Pestexpo study conducted by Isabelle Baldi (Baldi et al. (2002 and Baldi et al. (2006, which involved analyzing the exposure of vineyard workers to plant protection products by using an ergo-toxicologic approach. The point is to identify different types of exposure by taking into account the characteristics of the actual work (as opposed to what the operators are supposed to be doing as an outcome of personal, technical and organizational determinants. We were able to point at the permeation of the fabric used for some of the suits. Indeed, after further discussion with PPE manufacturers, it would appear that the suits recommended for agricultural activities were initially developed for industrial purposes and that since farming is just a market niche, these suits may not have been tested for plant protection products, not even for the most common ones. We will explore this topic in terms of organizational and technical failure (Reason, 2004 in the personal protective equipment (PPE design, testing and standardization process. We will also present the collective whistle-blowing process that was initiated.El objetivo de este artículo es presentar los resultados recientes de una investigación/acción en ergotoxicología sobre los riesgos relacionados con el uso de productos fitosanitarios. Esta investigación propone una doble articulación : la primera, entre resultados que emergen de análisis realizados en situaciones de trabajo sobre la contaminación externa de los viticultores y resultados provenientes de tests de laboratorio sobre la permeabilidad de la vestimenta de protección. La segunda articulación trata de la relación entre el conjunto de resultados ya citados y un análisis de los fallos técnicos y organizacionales del diseño y de los procesos de certificación de los EPI (equipos de protección individual. La problemática de los EPI será abordada desde el ángulo de una transferencia de tecnología entre los medios industriales y las realidades de las situaciones agrícolas. Esto conduce a un diagnóstico muy preocupante sobre la eficacia real de las vestimentas de protección. Abordaremos también las preguntas sobre la responsabilidad jurídica que emergen de estas carencias. Finalmente, explicaremos el rol de whistler blower (Vaugan, 1996 que decidimos jugar y el proceso de alerta que construimos para plantear de otra manera el problema de los EPI y hacer emerger el interés del conjunto de los actores sobre esta cuestión.

  8. Delphine Naudier (dir.), « Genre et activité littéraire. Les écrivaines francophones », Sociétés contemporaines

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    2011-01-01

    Les trois articles du dossier « Genre et activité littéraire : les écrivaines francophones » apportent un éclairage singulier sur le quotidien des écrivaines et toutes les sortes de négociations et transgressions des rôles de sexe que l'écriture peut engendrer pour une femme. L'article de V. Gemis analyse, avec l'apport des études de genre ainsi que la sociologie de la littérature, la complexité des positions adoptées par les femmes de lettres belges, à travers l'interrelation du collectif et...

  9. Incorporating Function Points into Earned Value Management

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    2011-05-01

    th th t b t it it t dorgan za on s ou  use  ose  a   es  su   s  managemen  nee s. – 3.7.2 Apportioned Effort • Apportioned effort is work for which...Washington Headquarters Services, Directorate for Information Operations and Reports, 1215 Jefferson Davis Highway, Suite 1204, Arlington VA 22202...of  management and technology issues.  He is an experienced project manager, managing over 50 projects during  hi M R t h i ll id d t i ht i t f t j

  10. Effect of removal of a central thimble on coolant flow distribution in a research reactor fuel element

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    Green, W.J.

    1977-01-01

    Using two twice full-size models of a HIFAR research reactor fuel element, experiments have been performed to determine how the flow distribution of coolant gas through the element in a transfer flask is affected by removal of the central instrumentation thimble. With the thimble present, experimental flow results agree with theoretical predictions. Over the range of total flowrates considered, mass flow apportioning among the five annular channels was independent of annular channel Reynolds number (in the range 3500 to 10,500) and ranged between 13% and 27% of the total flowrate. For the case with the thimble removed, interesting experimental flow characteristics were obtained which could not have been predicted. Flow apportioning among the annular channels was found to be uniquely dependent upon total flowrate and ranged between 3% and 8% for the experimental conditions investigated (annular channel Reynolds numbers in the range 800 to 4000). (Author)

  11. Source diagnostics of polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons in urban road runoff, dust, rain and canopy throughfall.

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    Zhang, Wei; Zhang, Shucai; Wan, Chao; Yue, Dapan; Ye, Youbin; Wang, Xuejun

    2008-06-01

    Diagnostic ratios and multivariate analysis were utilized to apportion polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbon (PAH) sources for road runoff, road dust, rain and canopy throughfall based on samples collected in an urban area of Beijing, China. Three sampling sites representing vehicle lane, bicycle lane and branch road were selected. For road runoff and road dust, vehicular emission and coal combustion were identified as major sources, and the source contributions varied among the sampling sites. For rain, three principal components were apportioned representing coal/oil combustion (54%), vehicular emission (34%) and coking (12%). For canopy throughfall, vehicular emission (56%), coal combustion (30%) and oil combustion (14%) were identified as major sources. Overall, the PAH's source for road runoff mainly reflected that for road dust. Despite site-specific sources, the findings at the study area provided a general picture of PAHs sources for the road runoff system in urban area of Beijing.

  12. Le laboratoire, le temple et le marché : Réflexions à la croisée de la ...

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    ... constituer une motivation profonde et se révéler remarquablement utiles dans la poursuite d'objectifs scientifiques. Ils soulignent même la manière dont leur foi leur a apporté une profonde compréhension de l'interdépendance qui existe entre les choses ainsi qu'une véritable compréhension de ce qu'est la compassion, ...

  13. Évaluation des politiques de lutte contre l'usage nocif de l'alcool en ...

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    Le projet s'inscrit dans une étude menée dans plusieurs pays, l'International Alcohol Control Study (IAC). Il aura recours à une méthode longitudinale reposant sur des panels et tirera parti d'expériences réalisées dans les conditions naturelles, dans le cadre desquelles des modifications aux politiques seront apportées ...

  14. Archaeological Investigations in Upland Kaneohe: Survey and Salvage Excavations in the Upper Kamo’oali’i Stream Drainage Area Kaneohe, Ko’olaupoko, Oahu, Hawaii,

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    1976-06-01

    further evidenced in 1795 by Kamehameha I who, after having conquered Oahu and distributed the lands to his favored chiefs and warriors, kept Kaneohe as...established in Kaneohe in 1835. In 1848, at the time of the Mahele (the division of lands between King Kamehameha III and the principal chiefs), most of...Land Tenure in the Kaneohe Bay Area When Kamehameha I apportioned the conquered Oahu lands in 1795 to his warrior chiefs and counsellors (Ii 1959:69-70

  15. Détermination des teneurs en Magnésium, Potassium, Manganèse ...

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    30 juil. 2013 ... évolution de deux espèces de gombo cultivées en Afrique de l'Ouest, A. esclulentuset A caillei ;. ORSTOM – Paris. Travaux et documents microédités ; P. 191. Hamon S., Charrier A., Koechlin L., Van Sloten D.H.. 1991. Les apports potentiels à l'amélioration génétique des gombos (Abelmoschusspp.) par.

  16. 1333-IJBCS-Article-Aliou Guisse

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    caractériser la zone des Niayes sur le plan pédologique afin de diagnostiquer les processus de dégradation des sols et d'apporter des informations nécessaires pour la reconstitution et la gestion durable des ressources naturelles de cette région. MATERIEL ET METHODES. La zone d'étude. Située le long du littoral nord.

  17. Extrême-Orient | Page 3 | CRDI - Centre de recherches pour le ...

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    Quatre ans après l'effondrement de l'usine textile Rana Plaza au Bangladesh, où plus de 1000 personnes ont péri, un groupe de réflexion de Dacca continue à faire pression pour que des changements profonds soient apportés à l'une des industries les plus importantes du pays. Cet article fait partie d'une série de ...

  18. NextGen-Airportal Project Technologies: Systems Analysis, Integration, and Evaluation (SAIE)

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    Huang, Alex; Trapani, Andrew; Poage, Jim; Howell, Daniel; Slocum, Douglas

    2012-01-01

    NASA has been conducting Concept & Technology (C&T) research to enable capacity, efficiency, and safety improvements under the Airspace Systems Program, Aeronautics Research Mission Directorate (ARMD). These C&Ts provide various benefits (e.g., improved airport departure/arrival throughputs, fuel saving, and taxi efficiency) with costs and benefits apportioned among various Air Traffic Management (ATM) system stakeholders (e.g., FAA, aircraft operators, or public).

  19. Effet de la co-inoculation du rhizobium et de mycorhizes sur les ...

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    30 déc. 2013 ... RÉSUMÉ. Objectif : Les sols sahéliens se caractérisent par une faible fertilité dont l'amélioration se fait par la pratique de la jachère ou l'apport du fumier. La fixation de l'azote atmosphérique par certaines légumineuses est peu performante voir inefficace. De nos jours, l'inoculation de rhizobium et de ...

  20. Evaluation quantitative et qualitative de la strate herbacée du ...

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    Cette étude s'insère dans le cadre de la compréhension de l'apport de la strate herbacée dans une formation de Quercus rotundifolia L. utilisée par un cheptel dont l'importance socio-économique pour la population est vitale. Le défrichement, moyen pratique d'accroître la production fourragère en milieu forestier, est ...

  1. 127 Evaluation quantitative et qualitative de la strate herbacée du ...

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    Résumé. Cette étude s'insère dans le cadre de la compréhension de l'apport de la strate herbacée dans une formation de Quercus rotundifolia L. utilisée par un cheptel dont l'importance socio-économique pour la population est vitale. Le défrichement, moyen pratique d'accroître la production fourragère en milieu forestier ...

  2. L'adénome métanéphrique bilatéral du rein

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    L'adénome métanéphrique du rein est une tumeur épithéliale bénigne rare. Son diagnostic est exclusivement histologique. Le diagnostic différentiel se fait essentiellement avec le néphroblastome et le carcinome papillaire à cellules rénales. L'étude cytogénétique apporte des éléments importants pour différencier entre ...

  3. The balance space approach to multicriteria decision making—involving the decision maker

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    Ehrgott, M.

    2002-01-01

    The balance space approach (introduced by Galperin in 1990) provides a new view on multicriteria optimization. Looking at deviations from global optimality of the different objectives, balance points and balance numbers are defined when either different or equal deviations for each objective are allowed. Apportioned balance numbers allow the specification of proportions among the deviations. Through this concept the decision maker can be involved in the decision process. In this paper we prov...

  4. La recherche aide à améliorer la sécurité alimentaire et la nutrition

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    Corey Piccioni

    à grande échelle des solutions qui améliorent la sécurité alimentaire et la nutrition dans le monde en développement. Le CRDI apporte une contribution importante à l'augmentation de la productivité agricole, à l'amélioration de la nutrition et à l'accroissement des revenus des exploitants agricoles, hommes et femmes.

  5. Ascite fébrile chez la femme, ne pas méconnaitre une tumeur de ...

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    La découverte de ces métastases ovariennes était survenue à distance des foyers primitifs. L'atteinte des ovaires était bilatérale dans le premier cas et unilatérale droite dans le second cas. Le diagnostic est apporté par la tomodensitométrie abdominopelvienne dans les deux cas. La fibroscopie oesogastroduodénale avait ...

  6. Women, Livestock Ownership and Markets : Bridging the gender ...

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    30 oct. 2013 ... Le livre analyse en outre le rôle que le fait de posséder des animaux d'élevage, surtout lorsqu'on est une femme, joue dans la sécurité alimentaire du ménage, en accroissant la diversité alimentaire et en favorisant un apport alimentaire suffisant et équilibré au sein du foyer. Il y est également question de ...

  7. HarassMap et Uber Égypte nouent un partenariat pour sensibiliser ...

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    HarassMap et Uber Égypte nouent un partenariat pour sensibiliser la population à la question du harcèlement sexuel. 11 décembre 2017. CRDI. L'organisation HarassMap, soutenue par le CRDI, a une fois de plus incité à apporter des changements progressifs dans le domaine de la lutte contre le harcèlement sexuel.

  8. La population du Moyen-Orient et de l'Afrique du Nord contribue ...

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    29 avr. 2016 ... Le degré d'apport au contenu varie grandement d'une population à l'autre. Si les habitants du Moyen-Orient et de l'Afrique du Nord (région MENA) utilisent Wikipédia, ils y contribuent cependant moins que les populations d'autres régions du monde. Le contenu au sujet de la région MENA est, le plus ...

  9. Knowledge Systems and Natural Resources : Management, Policy ...

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    31 oct. 2007 ... Depuis quelques années, les chercheurs, les responsables des politiques et les militants du développement s'intéressent fortement aux systèmes de connaissances. Knowledge Systems and Natural Resources est un recueil unique d'études de cas réalisées au Népal. Cet ouvrage apporte un éclairage ...

  10. Agriculture et environnement | Page 5 | CRDI - Centre de ...

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    L'élevage du poisson dans les rizières apporte aux agriculteurs de l'Asie une importante source de protéines, ainsi qu'un supplément de revenu. Rice-Fish Culture in China constitue ... L'agriculture est une activité essentielle au développement durable et solidaire de l'Amérique latine. Les pauvres des milieux ruraux tirent ...

  11. Colombie | CRDI - Centre de recherches pour le développement ...

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    Après 50 ans de guerre civile, les Colombiens commencent à entrevoir un avenir pacifique. Le soutien que nous avons apporté à la recherche nationale a contribué à ce processus de paix de plusieurs façons, notamment en aidant à comprendre des questions clés telles que la restitution des terres, les façons de favoriser ...

  12. Psychoeducation et attitude phenomenologique en psychotherapie de groupe

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    2010-01-01

    Resume Nous pensons que la psychotherapie de groupe peut etre un moyen de faire concilier les recommandations en matiere de prophylaxie visees par les mesures psychoeducatrices, la dimension vivante de l?experience retrouvee dans l?attitude phenomenologique et les aspects tournes vers le monde communautaire de la mediation therapeutique. Pour articuler ces differents domaines, nous abordons les principes de la psychoeducation, les risques que celle-ci peut comporter et les apports ...

  13. La pisciculture améliore les conditions de vie des agricultrices au ...

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    déclaré bénéficier d'un revenu disponible comparativement à 20 % des femmes des ménages faisant partie du groupe témoin. Contexte. L'insécurité alimentaire des ménages au Cambodge est élevée. Le régime alimentaire, principalement à base. © Bartay Photography de riz, fournit un apport énergétique suffisant, mais.

  14. Les TIC, loin d'être une solution miracle pour l'autonomisation des ...

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    8 oct. 2010 ... Les technologies de l'information et de la communication (TIC), dont les téléphones mobiles et Internet, ont le pouvoir de transformer la vie des femmes dans les pays en développement; cependant, elles ne peuvent pas, à elles seules, apporter un changement durable, révèle un livre que le CRDI vient de ...

  15. Extrême-Orient | Page 101 | CRDI - Centre de recherches pour le ...

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    Tim Unwin, titulaire de la chaire UNESCO en TIC pour le développement et professeur de géographie, Royal Holloway, Université de Londres. Read more about ... En Asie, l'enseignement à distance (ou téléenseignement) apporte des solutions décisives dans les domaines de l'éducation et de la formation. Les méthodes ...

  16. Évaluation de l'incidence de l'appui à la consolidation de la paix de l ...

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    Les travaux proposés sont une recherche documentaire ainsi que des entrevues sur place à New York, à Bangui et à N'Djamena, au Tchad. Les résultats concrets seront communiqués au BINUCA ainsi qu'à des praticiens un peu partout en Afrique. Les chercheurs ont en outre l'intention d'apporter une contribution savante ...

  17. Résultats de recherche | Page 450 | CRDI - Centre de recherches ...

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    Scott Gilmore. Scott est entrepreneur social et rédacteur. Profile. -. Jean Lebel. Jean a été nommé président du CRDI le 1er mai 2013. À titre de président du CRDI, Jean dirige l'apport du Centre aux efforts que déploie le Canada en matière de développement, de politique étrangère et d'innovation mondiale. Pages.

  18. La Corruption : Un Probleme Socio-Economique Dans Les Œuvres ...

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    L'indépendance des pays africain est censée apporter l'espoir et le contentement chez la masse populaire car elle marque la fin des régimes du pouvoir étranger. Malheureusement tous les bienfaits sont mieux imaginés. L'indépendance a provoqué une situation peu enviable dans la pluparts des pays africains, car leurs ...

  19. Foire aux questions: Bourse de recherche 2018 du CRDI | CRDI ...

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    Vous remarquerez que d'importantes modifications ont été apportées aux critères d'admissibilité dans les deux dernières années. 2) Je suis étudiant à la maîtrise. Suis-je admissible à une bourse de recherche ? En principe oui. Toutefois, il est important de lire les spécifications du programme qui vous intéresse, car les ...

  20. Macro-prudential policy on liquidity: What does a DSGE model tell us?

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    Chadha, Jagjit S.; Corrado, Luisa

    2011-01-01

    The financial crisis has led to the development of an active debate on the use of macro-prudential instruments for regulating the banking system, in particular for liquidity and capital holdings. Within the context of a micro-founded macroeconomic model, we allow commercial banks to choose their optimal mix of assets, apportioning these either to reserves or private sector loans. We examine the implications for quantities, relative non-financial and financial prices from standard macroeconomi...

  1. Les femmes jouent un rôle accru dans la gestion commerciale des ...

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    21 juin 2016 ... Un projet de recherche financé par le CRDI montre que les femmes jouent un rôle accru dans la gestion des déchets solides en Amérique latine. Trabajadoras por la ciudad. Aporte de las mujeres a la gestión ambiental de los residuos sólidos en América Latina (Employées municipales. L'apport des ...

  2. Impact des NTIC sur les acteurs de la Supply Chain | Derrouiche ...

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    Nous proposons dans cet article d'évaluer l'apport de ces technologies ainsi que leurs freins et limites dans le cadre d'une problématique d'entreprises en réseau, en nous intéressant particulièrement à leur utilisation dans les chaînes logistiques (Supply Chain). Keywords: NTIC, Supply Chain Management (SCM), Réseau ...

  3. les importations subventionnees de genisses a haut potentiel laitier

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    français et leur évolution depuis 2003, ont calculé le risque annuel de mortalité des animaux de plus de deux ans ... vendu à des laiteries industrielles et certains investissements à la ferme - aurait pu apporter plus ... laitières (soit 7,8 vaches laitières en moyenne par exploitation en possédant). (MADR, 2006). 2 Ainsi, dans ...

  4. Les régions et les pays | CRDI - Centre de recherches pour le ...

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    Au CRDI, nous finançons la recherche qui permet aux pays en développement de créer le savoir et les solutions nécessaires pour apporter des changements durables. Nos quatre bureaux régionaux collaborent étroitement avec les collectivités qu'ils desservent en Asie, en Afrique, en Amérique latine et dans les Caraïbes, ...

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    la dose apportée est élevée, plus la réaction positive des plants est grande. Les plants ... Moreover, the higher the supply dose, the greater the positive reaction of the .... Matériel organique. Les parties peu lignifiées des plantes C.odorata et L. leucocephalae, ont été récoltées et découpées à la machette afin de favoriser.

  6. EVALUATION DE LA FAILLE ALIMENTAIRE EN ALGERIE PAR UN ...

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    La «malnutrition» se rapporte à un déséquilibre nutritionnel. (protéique, vitaminique, lipidique…) de la ration alimentaire, souvent associé à un apport calorique insuffisant (de la faim) ou à une maladie, au contraire de la "faim cachée" ou "inappa- rente", qui désigne l'état d'une population qui consommerait suffisamment de ...

  7. Distance Education Technologies in Asia | CRDI - Centre de ...

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    10 nov. 2010 ... En Asie, l'enseignement à distance (ou téléenseignement) apporte des solutions décisives dans les domaines de l'éducation et de la formation. Les méthodes de téléenseignement qui sont d'application courante dans d'autres parties du monde n'ont cependant pas encore réalisé leur plein potentiel en ...

  8. La Crema: A case study of mutual fire insurance

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    Antonio Cabrales; Antoni Calvó; Matthew O. Jackson

    2000-01-01

    We analyze a mutual fire insurance mechanism used in Andorra, which is called La Crema in the local language. This mechanism relies on households' announced property values to determine how much a household is reimbursed in the case of a fire and how payments are apportioned among other households. The only Pareto-efficient al- location reachable through the mechanism requires that all house- holds honestly report the true value of their property. However, such honest reporting is not an equi...

  9. Note méthodologique : Exemple de restauration de la plaine de la Crau : l’écologie de la restauration face à la restauration écologique

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    Renaud Jaunatre, Baptiste Dolidon, Élise Buiison et Thierry Dutoit

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    Full Text Available Quel peut être l’apport des recherches en écologie de la restauration pour la réhabilitation d’une communauté végétale unique à forte valeur patrimoniale ? Comment s’intègrent-elles aux opérations de restauration sur le terrain ? Exemple en plaine de Crau pour la réhabilitation des steppes méditerranéennes de Cossure.

  10. Armer les villes contre la faim : Systèmes alimentaires urbains ...

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    Le XXe siècle a été le témoin d'une croissance massive des populations urbaines. ... On y explore le rôle que les structures existantes de marketing et de distribution peuvent jouer pour améliorer l'accessibilité, les systèmes de distribution alimentaire en émergence et leur apport éventuel à l'élimination de la faim dans les ...

  11. Culture, Environment, and Food to Prevent Vitamin A Deficiency ...

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    Apports de la diplomatie de la santé mondiale aux systèmes de santé en Afrique subsaharienne - renforcement des capacités. La santé est en voie de s'imposer comme un élément incontournable des négociations mondiales, que celles-ci portent sur le commerce, la croissance économique ou le développement social.

  12. . اﻟﻤﺰﺑﻠﺔ؛ اﻟﺴﺎﺋﻞ اﻟﻨﺎﺗﺞ ﻋﻦ اﻟﻨﻔﺎﻳﺎت؛ اﻟﻤﻌﺎدن اﻟﺜﻘﻴ

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    concentrations importantes particulièrement en chrome, en zinc et en plomb, confirmant ainsi la pollution des eaux souterraines. ..... Apports de la géologie et de l'hydrogéologie à l'étude de l'impact de la décharge d'oued Akrech sur les ressources en eau, Ph.D. Thése, 3éme cycle, Univ. Mohamed V, Rabat, Maroc,. 1997.

  13. 794-IJBCS-Article-Chouti Waris

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    poissons souvent signalée par les pêcheurs. MATERIEL ET METHODES. Prélèvement des échantillons. Six points de prélèvements ont été choisis en tenant compte des déversements domestiques, eaux de ruissellement et apport du Lac Nokoué (Figure 1). Les campagnes de prélèvements sont effectuées suivant les.

  14. 2524-IJBCS-Article-Anastase Azontonde

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    apport par les eaux de ruissellement des colluvions du village situé à environ 100 m de la dépression. La description faite de ces sols hydromorphes par Viennot (1970) ne révèle pas la présence des horizons ayant cette couleur rouge brun. Par contre, ce phénomène est absent dans les sols hydromorphes de. Founougo ...

  15. ASPECTS NUTRITIONNELS DES ACIDES GRAS POLYINSATURES n-3 Augmentation sélective de la sensibilité des tumeurs à la chimiothérapie par les acides gras polyinsaturés n-3

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    Full Text Available L’alimentation intervient à différents niveaux dans le déroulement de la maladie cancéreuse : au niveau du risque [1] et au niveau de l’évolution en modifiant le risque de survenue des métastases. L’alimentation influence-t-elle aussi la réponse aux traitements anticancéreux ? À l’appui de cette hypothèse viennent deux observations indirectes réalisées dans le cancer du sein : nos données [2, 3] ainsi que les observations épidémiologiques provenant d’autres travaux [4] ont apporté des arguments supportant l’hypothèse que les lipides alimentaires peuvent influencer la réponse des tumeurs mammaires aux traitements. On sait que la composition des lipides membranaires n’est pas génétiquement déterminée, mais qu’elle dépend des acides gras disponibles aux tissus périphériques. Le type d’acides gras disponibles est influencé par les apports alimentaires. Comme les tumeurs incorporent dans leurs lipides les acides gras disponibles de façon similaire aux autres tissus [5], il est plausible que les habitudes alimentaires (apports alimentaires en acides gras polyinsaturés, vitamines anti ou pro-oxydantes puissent influencer leur chimiosensibilité en apportant aux cellules tumorales des substrats de peroxydation.

  16. Le surpoids, l'obésité et le contrôle glycémique chez les diabétiques ...

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    utilisation et du stockage des sucres apportés par l'alimentation, sa prise en charge est ... l'organisation mondiale de santé (OMS), Le contrôle glycémique a été effectué par l'analyse sanguine de l'Hémoglobine glycosylée et de la Glycémie à jeun.

  17. Faits marquants : Des chercheurs canadiens et africains se ...

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    Grâce à l'appui apporté par Croissance de l'économie et débouchés économiques des femmes (CEDEF), un programme quinquennal de 17 millions de dollars financé par la William and Flora Hewlett Foundation, le Department for International Development du Royaume-Uni et le CRDI, ces trois organismes collaborent à ...

  18. Contribution à l'étude de l'impact d'un site minier abandonné dans la ...

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    Par ailleurs, dans les stations situées plus en aval (S8, S10, S11 et S13), les rejets urbains des agglomérations avoisinantes de l'oued Moulouya contribuent aussi à cette contamination par un apport anthropique qui se traduit par une augmentation des teneurs en ETM. Or, la mise en place du barrage Hassan II sur l'oued ...

  19. Tbilissi envoûté par le charme

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    Cet article a été rédigé d'après des notes que nous a obligeamment fournies Yves Goldschmidt-Clermont; d'autres participants à la Conférence de Tbilissi, trop nombreux pour être cités, nous ont également apporté des compléments d'informations. Qu'ils en soient ici remerciés.

  20. Measuring the fiscal revenue loss of VAT exemption in commercial banking

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    Genser, Bernd; Winker, Peter

    1997-01-01

    The closing of tax loopholes is one important instrument for fiscal consolidation. We concentrate on the value added tax exemption of banking services in Germany. The potential tax revenue under full value added taxation cannot be estimated from national accounting data, as it is necessary to apportion the value added between final consumption and intermediate production. We develop a method which allows to base our estimates on disaggregated banks' balance sheet data and obtain an estimate f...

  1. Research

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    21 mai 2015 ... VIH/Sida [3, 5, 6]. En Afrique Noire, il existe des particularités cliniques et épidémiologiques des affections cutanées observées, et les dermatologues ont souvent recours à l'anatomopathologie, qui apporte des éléments de diagnostic sûr dans de nombreux cas. Cependant, la dermatopathologie est ...

  2. Effet de l'amendement au carbonate de calcium (mikhart) de ...

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    31 janv. 2017 ... control substratum, SCa10 (S0 + 10 % powder of calcium carbonate), SCa20 (S0 + 20 % powder of calcium carbonate), SCa30 (S0 ..... puis montés sur un microscope électronique FEG Supra. 40 VP Zeiss à balayage et pression variable. Dès lors, ..... substrats amendés d'un apport en quantité et en qualité.

  3. 169 Effet des flux d'eau sur la capacité de rétention des marais ...

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    apport des nutriments charriés par les rivières Lwiro et Cirhanyobwa et déterminer ainsi son impact sur l'efficacité de rétention des polluants par les marais Ciranga et Kabamba. Les échantillons d'eaux récoltés dans les rivières et dans les ...

  4. Les facies gypso-salins dans la région d'Oran et leurs ...

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    Conclusion et application des résultats: La salinité associée à l'érosion (hydrique et éolienne du fait de l'absence de végétation) au fil du temps, a non seulement affecté les terres et les nappes, mais a contribué à la mise en place d'un synclinal ou sebkha en raison de la subsidence suite aux apports continuels de ...

  5. Approche raisonnée de l'établissement de priorités en santé | CRDI ...

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    L'Organisation mondiale de la santé (OMS) fournira un renforcement des capacités et des apports techniques accrus afin de répondre à l'appel des gouvernements des deux pays, qui manifestent depuis longtemps le désir de réduire les inégalités dans l'affectation des ressources en santé et l'accès à celles-ci.

  6. POLITIQUES ÉCLAIRÉES Des politiques judicieuses favorisent le ...

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    La valeur des travaux de recherche que le CRDI subventionne depuis 1970 réside dans les améliorations apportées aux conditions de vie. Ces travaux entraînent des changements dans les lois et les attitudes; par example, ils permettent aux pauvres de se faire entendre, augmentent les ressources financières et rendent ...

  7. Naval Law Review. Volume 64, 2015

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    2016-03-16

    T. Palmer, JAGC, USN “POURING NEW WINE INTO OLD BOTTLES”: UNDERSTANDING THE NOTION OF DIRECT PARTICIPATION IN HOSTILITIES WITHIN THE CYBER...T. Palmer, JAGC, USN “POURING NEW WINE INTO OLD BOTTLES”: UNDERSTANDING THE NOTION OF DIRECT PARTICIPATION 86 IN HOSTILITIES WITHIN THE CYBER... benefit their overlying lands.47 In times of shortage, each overlying landowner is entitled to an apportioned equitable share of the groundwater.48 4

  8. Consolider la capacité locale d'adaptation aux changements ...

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    Ces scénarios comprendront des estimations de l'évolution des précipitations, de l'évaporation et de l'apport d'eau en provenance du lac Titicaca, qui est le principal réservoir hydrique de l'Altiplano bolivien. Les chercheurs associeront ensuite ces scénarios à des modèles hydrologiques et des données prévisionnelles ...

  9. Une chaîne de traitement de l'information géographique au service de l'application de la loi Littoral

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    Patrick GUILLOPÉ

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    Full Text Available L’application de la loi Littoral nécessitait une approche nouvelle de la part de l’État et la mise en œuvre d’outils nouveaux pour une gestion à long terme. L’apport de traitements automatiques de l’information géographique a été ainsi testé au CETE Normandie-Centre sur trois des grands principes posés par cette loi.

  10. Environmental Pollution Prevention, Control and Abatement

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    AD-A271 117 fDATE August 30. 1977 ASD (ORA&L) Department of Defense Instruction SUBJECT: Environmental Pollution Prevention, Control and Abatement...Ensure that any funds appropriated and apportioned for the prevention, control, and abatement of environmental pollution are not used for any other...77 References (a) Executive Order 11752, "Prevention, Control, and Abatement of Environmental Pollution at Federal Facilities," December 19, 1973 (b

  11. Uncertainty avoidance in PILs: A question of ethics and deontology

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    Verplaetse, Heidi; Wermuth, Cornelia

    2012-01-01

    Uncertainty Avoidance in PILs: A Question of Ethics and Deontology Enabling patients’ interpretation and correct implementation of the instructions in patient information leaflets (PILs) involves ethical implications in two respects. On the one hand patients’ health and well-being are at stake. But correct usage of prescribed and over-the-counter medication by patients is also part of a country’s financial resources which are apportioned for national health care. This paper aims to inves...

  12. TEHIP Case 2_f

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    villageois, qui ont travaillé sur le chantier et apporté des matériaux locaux tandis que le conseil de district comblait la différence, le dispensaire d'Utunge a été amélioré en moins de six mois et 6 000 personnes ont pu bénéficier ainsi de meilleurs services de santé. Utunge se trouve dans le district de Rufiji, qui est un des.

  13. Coopération entre milieux ruraux et urbains dans la gestion de l'eau ...

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    Coopération entre milieux ruraux et urbains dans la gestion de l'eau face aux changements climatiques au Burkina Faso. Les villes dépendent fortement des milieux ruraux qui leur assurent un apport en produits alimentaires, en eau et en matières premières. Les changements climatiques, en augmentant la fréquence des ...

  14. G:\\Potentiel 27(1)\\PMKER 27(1)\\

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    alimentaires ont changé. Si la banane plantain et le manioc .... bien développée entraînant un bon drainage interne. Sur deux horizons (0 - 20 et. 20 - 40 cm), le taux d'argile passe de 10 % en surface à 25 % en profondeur. Le taux de sable ... fumure de couverture est assurée par l'apport d'urée à la dose de 100 kg/ha en ...

  15. Etude de la culture en couloirs de manioc ( Manihot esculenta ...

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    L'objectif de l'étude est de recommander aux paysans un système de production de manioc à la fois rentable et préservatrice de l'environnement. Pour atteindre cet objectif, deux systèmes améliorés de culture en couloirs (manioc amélioré Yavo/soja vert (Mung bean)/Gliricidia sepium avec un apport de fumure de fond ...

  16. Le LHC, un tunnel cosmique

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    2009-01-01

    Et si la lumière au bout du tunnel du LHC était cosmique ? En d’autres termes, qu’est-ce que le LHC peut nous apporter dans la connaissance de l’Univers ? Car la montée en énergie des accélérateurs de particules nous permet de mieux appréhender l’univers primordial, chaud et dense. Mais dans quel sens dit-on que le LHC reproduit des conditions proches du Big bang ? Quelles informations nous apporte-t-il sur le contenu de l’Univers ? La matière noire est-elle détectable au LHC ? L’énergie noire ? Pourquoi l’antimatière accumulée au CERN est-elle si rare dans l’Univers ? Et si le CERN a bâti sa réputation sur l’exploration des forces faibles et fortes qui opèrent au sein des atomes et de leurs noyaux, est-ce que le LHC peut nous apporter des informations sur la force gravitationnelle qui gouverne l’évolution cosmique ? Depuis une trentaine d’années, notre compréhension de l’univers dans ses plus grandes dimensions et l’appréhension de son comportement aux plus peti...

  17. Mise en évidence de Provinces géochimiques dans les schistes bitumeux du Toarcien de l'est du bassin de Paris Geocheminical Provinces Revealed in Toarcien Oil Shales in the Eastern Paris Basin. Analysis of the Soluble Organic Fraction

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    Full Text Available L'étude de la matière organique soluble dans le chloroforme des schistes du Toarcien de la partie orientale du bassin de Paris met en évidence l'existence d'une province géochimique nord et d'une province géochimique sud dont la frontière commune se trouve dans la région de Fécocourt. La province septentrionale se caractérise par une influence du domaine continental (massif des Ardennes au niveau de l'apport organique. Alors que la province méridionale se révèle exempt d'apport terrestre. Ces résultats sont en accord avec les indications sédimentologiques fournies par la littérature et apportent une dimension géochimique à la paléogéographie de ce bassin. An anaalysis of soluble organic motter in the chloroform from Toarcian shales from the eastern part of the Paris Basin reveals the existence of a northern geochemical province and a southern geochemical province whose commun boundary lies in the Fecocourt region. The northern province is characterized by the influence of the continental domain (Ardennes range with regard to organic influx, whereas no terrestrial influx is found in the southern province. These findings agree with the sedimentological indications supplied by the literature and add a geochemical dimension to the paleogeography of this basin.

  18. Characteristics of the Biological Effects and the RBE of High Energy Protons; Caracteristiques des Effets Biologiques et EBR des Protons de Haute Energie; Osobennosti biologicheskogo dejstviya i obeh protonov vysokikh ehnergii; Caracteristicas de los Efectos Biologicos y de la EBR de los Protones de Elevada Energia

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    Grigor' ev, Ju. G.; Darenskaja, N. G.; Domshlak, M. M.; Lebedinskij, A. V.; Nefedov, Ju. G.; Ryzhov, N. I.

    1964-03-15

    The characteristics of the biological effects of high-energy protons (120, 240 and 510 MeV) were studied in experiments on mice, rats and dogs. It was shown that together with a certain resemblance or identity in radiation damage due to the effects of X-rays and protons, there were certain differences in the case of proton irradiation. In the proton irradiation of dogs the haemorrhagic syndrome was more pronounced. Haemorrhage appeared earlier in the animals and was more abundant. A difference was found in proton RBE levels for small animals (rats, mice) and large animals (dogs). This difference is quite large and equals respectively 0.7 and 1.0 * 1.15. Some considerations are presented in the report on the cause of these differences. (author) [French] Les auteurs ont etudie les caracteristiques des effets biologiques des protons de haute energie (120, 240 et 510 MeV) au cours d'experiences sur des souris, des rats et des chiens. Ils montrent que si les dommages causes par les rayons X et les protons presentent une certaine ressemblance ou des caracteres identiques, on observe des differences dans le cas de l'irradiation par les protons. Chez les chiens exposes aux protons, le syndrome hemorragique etait plus prononce. L'hemorragie s'est manifestee plus tot chez ces animaux et etait plus abondante. Les auteurs ont decele une difference dans l*EBRdes protons pour les petits animaux (rats, souris) et pour les grands animaux (chiens). Cette difference etait importante: 0,7 dans le premier cas et de 1,0 a 1,15 dans le second cas. On trouve dans le memoire quelques considerations sur la cause de ces differences. (author) [Spanish] Los autores estudiaron las caracteristicas de los efectos biologicos de los protones de elevada energia (120, 240 y 510 MeV) mediante experimentos con ratones, ratas y perros. Comprobaron que a pesar de ciertas semejanzas en las radiolesiones causadas por los rayos X y los protones, los efectos de estos ultimos acusan algunas diferencias. El

  19. Estimate of main local sources to ambient ultrafine particle number concentrations in an urban area

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    Rahman, Md Mahmudur; Mazaheri, Mandana; Clifford, Sam; Morawska, Lidia

    2017-09-01

    Quantifying and apportioning the contribution of a range of sources to ultrafine particles (UFPs, D oil refineries, and seaport) sources to the total ambient particle number concentration (PNC) in a busy, inner-city area in Brisbane, Australia using Bayesian statistical modelling and other exploratory tools. The Bayesian model was trained on the PNC data on days where NP formations were known to have not occurred, hourly traffic counts, solar radiation data, and smooth daily trend. The model was applied to apportion and quantify the contribution of NP formations and local traffic and non-traffic sources to UFPs. The data analysis incorporated long-term measured time-series of total PNC (D ≥ 6 nm), particle number size distributions (PSD, D = 8 to 400 nm), PM2.5, PM10, NOx, CO, meteorological parameters and traffic counts at a stationary monitoring site. The developed Bayesian model showed reliable predictive performances in quantifying the contribution of NP formation events to UFPs (up to 4 × 104 particles cm- 3), with a significant day to day variability. The model identified potential NP formation and no-formations days based on PNC data and quantified the sources contribution to UFPs. Exploratory statistical analyses show that total mean PNC during the middle of the day was up to 32% higher than during peak morning and evening traffic periods, which were associated with NP formation events. The majority of UFPs measured during the peak traffic and NP formation periods were between 30-100 nm and smaller than 30 nm, respectively. To date, this is the first application of Bayesian model to apportion different sources contribution to UFPs, and therefore the importance of this study is not only in its modelling outcomes but in demonstrating the applicability and advantages of this statistical approach to air pollution studies.

  20. Exergy costing for energy saving in combined heating and cooling applications

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    Nguyen, Chan; Veje, Christian T.; Willatzen, Morten; Andersen, Peer

    2014-01-01

    Highlights: • We investigate the basis for cost apportioning of simultaneous heating and cooling. • Two thermoeconomic methods based on energy and exergy costing is demonstrated. • The unit cost of heating and cooling for a heat pump system is found and compared. • Energy costing may obstruct efficient use of energy. • Exergy costing provides the most rational cost apportioning for energy saving. - Abstract: The aim of this study is to provide a price model that motivates energy saving for a combined district heating and cooling system. A novel analysis using two thermoeconomic methods for apportioning the costs to heating and cooling provided simultaneously by an ammonia heat pump is demonstrated. In the first method, referred to as energy costing, a conventional thermoeconomic analysis is used. Here the ammonia heat pump is subject to a thermodynamic analysis with mass and energy balance equations. In the second method referred to as exergy costing, an exergy based economic analysis is used, where exergy balance equations are used in conjunction with mass and energy balance equations. In both costing methods the thermodynamic analysis is followed by an economic analysis which includes investment and operating costs. For both methods the unit costs of heating and cooling are found and compared. The analysis shows that the two methods yield significantly different results. Rather surprisingly, it is demonstrated that the exergy costing method results in about three times higher unit cost for heating than for cooling as opposed to equal unit costs when using the energy method. Further the exergy-based cost for heating changes considerably with the heating temperature while that of cooling is much less affected

  1. Path-integral method for the source apportionment of photochemical pollutants

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    Dunker, A. M.

    2015-06-01

    A new, path-integral method is presented for apportioning the concentrations of pollutants predicted by a photochemical model to emissions from different sources. A novel feature of the method is that it can apportion the difference in a species concentration between two simulations. For example, the anthropogenic ozone increment, which is the difference between a simulation with all emissions present and another simulation with only the background (e.g., biogenic) emissions included, can be allocated to the anthropogenic emission sources. The method is based on an existing, exact mathematical equation. This equation is applied to relate the concentration difference between simulations to line or path integrals of first-order sensitivity coefficients. The sensitivities describe the effects of changing the emissions and are accurately calculated by the decoupled direct method. The path represents a continuous variation of emissions between the two simulations, and each path can be viewed as a separate emission-control strategy. The method does not require auxiliary assumptions, e.g., whether ozone formation is limited by the availability of volatile organic compounds (VOCs) or nitrogen oxides (NOx), and can be used for all the species predicted by the model. A simplified configuration of the Comprehensive Air Quality Model with Extensions (CAMx) is used to evaluate the accuracy of different numerical integration procedures and the dependence of the source contributions on the path. A Gauss-Legendre formula using three or four points along the path gives good accuracy for apportioning the anthropogenic increments of ozone, nitrogen dioxide, formaldehyde, and nitric acid. Source contributions to these increments were obtained for paths representing proportional control of all anthropogenic emissions together, control of NOx emissions before VOC emissions, and control of VOC emissions before NOx emissions. There are similarities in the source contributions from the

  2. Dose apportionment using statistical modeling of the effluent release

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    Datta, D.

    2011-01-01

    Nuclear power plants are always operated under the guidelines stipulated by the regulatory body. These guidelines basically contain the technical specifications of the specific power plant and provide the knowledge of the discharge limit of the radioactive effluent into the environment through atmospheric and aquatic route. However, operational constraints sometimes may violate the technical specification due to which there may be a failure to satisfy the stipulated dose apportioned to that plant. In a site having multi facilities sum total of the dose apportioned to all the facilities should be constrained to 1 mSv/year to the members of the public. Dose apportionment scheme basically stipulates the limit of the gaseous and liquid effluent released into the environment. Existing methodology of dose apportionment is subjective in nature that may result the discharge limit of the effluent in atmospheric and aquatic route in an adhoc manner. Appropriate scientific basis for dose apportionment is always preferable rather than judicial basis from the point of harmonization of establishing the dose apportionment. This paper presents an attempt of establishing the discharge limit of the gaseous and liquid effluent first on the basis of the existing value of the release of the same. Existing release data for a few years (for example 10 years) for any nuclear power station have taken into consideration. Bootstrap, a resampling technique, has been adopted on this data sets to generate the population which subsequently provide the corresponding population distribution of the effluent release. Cumulative distribution of the population distribution obtained is constructed and using this cumulative distribution, 95th percentile (upper bound) of the discharge limit of the radioactive effluents is computed. Dose apportioned for a facility is evaluated using this estimated upper bound of the release limit. Paper describes the detail of the bootstrap method in evaluating the

  3. Le logement social urbain et la dynamique spatiale. Stratégie des acteurs décideurs à Oran (1990-2000)

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    Said, Aïmène

    2013-01-01

    Le constat établi depuis plus d’une décennie, sur la ville d’Oran, fait état d’un mouvement de développement urbain assez intense. Cette dynamique urbaine bien que périphérique se caractérise par une production massive de logements. Avec ses diverses configurations immobilières, le logement social tient une place centrale dans cette production, pour devenir et de loin, le premier consommateur foncier. Notre article tente de suivre l’apport des filières de logement social dans le tracé urbain....

  4. ‘Michel de Certeau. Le marcheur blessé’.

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    2002-09-01

    Full Text Available Quatrième de couverture. Jésuite et historien spécialiste du 17 e siècle et de la mystique, sociologue de la culture du quotidien, anthropologue, sémiologue et cofondateur de l'école lacanienne, Michel de Certeau est une figure singulière de l'histoire intellectuelle du 20 e siècle. Célébré par le tout-Paris lors de sa disparition en janvier 1986, il fut toute sa vie un franc-tireur. Position qui n'a sans doute pas permis de mesurer son apport au renouvellement des ...

  5. Cien años de soledad, de Gabriel García Márquez. La solitude ontologique d'un monde sans transcendance.

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    Gladieu , Marie-Madeleine

    2010-01-01

    Gabriel García Márquez dans son roman Cent ans de solitude présente toute une lignée de personnages qui déambulent au fil de l'histoire pouvant laisser croire dans une premier temps en une apparente chaîne de solidarité qui se délite sous le poids de la mémoire et des événements historiques et ne laissant aucune transcendance qui pourrait apporter une consolation à la solitude absolue de Macondo.

  6. Poster "Maladies rares & sciences sociales"

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    Duysens, Fanny

    2018-01-01

    Le poster "Maladies rares & sciences sociales" visait à présenter la recherche doctorale de l'auteure au grand public dans le cadre de la Journée des Maladies Rares du Centre Hospitalier Universitaire de Liège dont le thème était "la recherche sur les maladies rares". Réalisé spécialement pour l'occasion, le poster explicitait de manière synthétique le sujet de recherche, la méthodologie, certains résultats, ainsi que les apports possibles des échanges entre chercheurs en sciences et sociales...

  7. Spacing grids for a fuel pencil bundle in a nuclear reactor assembly

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    Feutrel, Claude.

    1977-01-01

    This invention relates to the lattices forming the spacing of a bundle of clad fuel pencils in a nuclear reactor assembly, particularly in a water cooled or fast reactor, the purpose of such lattices being to maintain these pencils parallel with respect to each other and according to a given lattice arrangement, whilst also providing these pencils with a flexible support according to different successive areas apportioned with their length in order to present them from vibrating under the effect of the circulation of a liquid coolant environment flowing in contact with these pencils [fr

  8. La biopsie prostatique

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    DJEDOUI, MERIEM

    2013-01-01

    La preuve d'un cancer de la prostate est apportée par la biopsie prostatique. Malheureusement, une biopsie négative, bien que rassurante, ne suffit pas à exclure un noyau cancéreux à côté duquel l'aiguille est passée. L'urologue peut être amené à proposer une nouvelle biopsie, en augmentant, s'il le faut, le nombre de prélèvements de tissu prostatique. Ayant connu Le but d'une biopsie prostatique, le patient pourrait maintenant décider d'entrer dans d'autres alternatives qui...

  9. 1563-IJBCS-Article-Maxime Machioud S

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    La présente étude ethnobotanique réalisée sur les plantes hépatotropes et particulièrement sur les propriétés thérapeutiques de Gomphrena celosioides a eu pour objectif de répertorier les plantes hépatotropes utilisées par les tradithérapeutes au Bénin et d'apporter davantage d'informations sur l'usage de Gomphrena.

  10. Green gas in the natural gas distribution system. Towards a zero-energy dairy industry. Part 1; Groen gas op het aardgasnet. Naar een energieneutrale zuivelketen. Deel 1

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    Bruinsma, B. [KWA Bedrijfsadviseurs, Amersfoort (Netherlands)

    2007-09-15

    This is the second report in a series on 'zero-energy dairy industry' in the Netherlands. In this first report options were explored. In the second report three concrete pilot projects were presented (Beemster, Koudum. St. Oedenrode). In the third report we focus on making the transport part zero-energy [Dutch] Dit rapport is het eerste rapport in de reeks 'naar een energieneutrale zuivelketen' waarin de mogelijkheden worden verkend. In het tweede apport worden drie concrete pilotprojecten gepresenteerd (Beemster, Koudum. St. Oedenrode). In het derde rapport zoomen we in op het energieneutraal maken van het onderdeel transport in de zuivelketen.

  11. INTÉGRITÉ, AUTOSUFFISANCE ET CONFIANCE EN SOI

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    Anquetil, Alain

    2008-01-01

    Ce texte traite des effets pratiques de l'intégrité, un concept qui a fait l'objet d'importants développements dans la philosophie contemporaine et qui est aussi largement utilisé dans certains domaines de la vie humaine, en particulier ceux ayant une dimension économique. Ces effets pratiques sont ici étudiés dans le contexte d'un cas empirique qui a été documenté dans le cadre d'une recherche doctorale relative à la faiblesse de la volonté. L'objectif est d'explorer ce que peuvent apporter ...

  12. Épidémiologie de la cercosporiose de la laitue (Lactuca sativa L.) en République de Côte-d'Ivoire: étude de quelques étapes du cycle épidémiologique

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    Savary , Serge

    1983-01-01

    La cercosporiose de la laitue, due à #Cercospora longissima$ Sacc., est responsable de pertes considérables en Côte d'Ivoire. Cette étude apporte des précisions sur quelques étapes du cycle du parasite. En l'absence de rotations culturales, l'inoculum primaire semble provenir au moins en partie du sol, sous une forme qui reste à déterminer. Il paraît être disséminé par effet de rejaillissement des gouttes d'eau de pluie ou d'arrosage contre le sol, sur les feuilles ("splashing"). Les conidies...

  13. Non disponible / Not available

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    Bernard , Nguyen

    2001-01-01

    Non disponible / Not available; La chronobiologie est une science récente qui apporte une nouvelle manière de voir la médecine. La chronobiologie, grâce aux développements des moyens techniques de mesure physiologique, a contribué à faire d'importants progrès dans les connaissances tant dans le domaine de la physiologie que de la pathologie ou de la thérapeutique. Et son étude dans l'hypertension artérielle semble logique, puisqu'en France cette pathologie touche jusqu'à 20 à 30% de la popula...

  14. Nuclear power generating costs

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    Srinivasan, M.R.; Kati, S.L.; Raman, R.; Nanjundeswaran, K.; Nadkarny, G.V.; Verma, R.S.; Mahadeva Rao, K.V.

    1983-01-01

    Indian experience pertaining to investment and generation costs of nuclear power stations is reviewed. The causes of investment cost increases are analysed and the increases are apportioned to escalation, design improvements and safety related adders. The paper brings out the fact that PHWR investment costs in India compare favourably with those experienced in developed countries in spite of the fact that the programme and the unit size are relatively much smaller in India. It brings out that in India at current prices a nuclear power station located over 800 km from coal reserves and operating at 75% capacity factor is competitive with thermal power at 60% capacity factor. (author)

  15. Différent Transfusional Regulatory Systems in the World

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    SLBHENGE, Zivanai

    2013-01-01

    L'objectif de ce projet est de comparer et contraster les différents systèmes réglementaires de transfusion sanguine dans le monde. Avec une demande toujours croissante sur des approvisionnements en sang dans le monde entier, il y - a un immense besoin d'assurer des produits sûrs et suffisants d'apport de sang. Cependant le cadre juridique pour un système de sang exprime la politique nationale de sang et décrit des mécanismes régissant la collection, le traitement et la transfusio...

  16. La formation continue des enseignants aux TICE. Impact sur les contextes locaux

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    Villemonteix , Francois

    2004-01-01

    La formation continue des enseignants du premier degré dans le domaine des TICE a pour ambition de participer à l'émergence de nouvelles postures professionnelles intégrant l'ordinateur en présence des élèves. Comment les dispositifs actuels de formation participent-t-ils à l'accomplissement de cette tâche, compte tenu de la variété des contextes personnels et professionnels des publics enseignants ? Cette contribution apporte des éléments de réflexion sur le rôle joué par l'action de formati...

  17. Oil royalties payment impact on socio-economic beneficiary countries development; O impacto do pagamento de royalties do petroleo no desenvolvimento socio-economico dos municipios beneficiarios

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    Lucchesi, Cesar Augusto M.; Anuatti Neto, Francisco [Universidade de Sao Paulo (USP), Ribeirao Preto, SP (Brazil). Faculdade de Economia, Administracao e Contabilidade

    2004-07-01

    This research proposes to evaluate oil royalties payment impact on socio-economic beneficiary counties indicators. In the first step, it has been made royalties payments distribution among beneficiary counties (942), what showed a meaningful paid resources concentration between 1993 and 1999, when 20% of the beneficiaries apportioned of 98,5% from this period paid royalties. For these 188 greatest exaction counties the royalties impact analyses on County Human Development Index (IDH-M) evolution showed the received royalties amount positively influenced the 2000 IDH-M additional comparing to 1991. It indicates the petroleum industry contribution to municipal development of those counties which receive these resources. (author)

  18. Community benefits from offshore renewables: The relationship between different understandings of impact, community, and benefit

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    Rudolph, David Philipp; Haggett, Claire; Aitken, Mhairi

    2018-01-01

    This paper presents the findings of a research project evaluating community benefit models for offshore renewables. We identify and analyse UK and international case studies of different forms of community benefit, and provide evidence of how such benefits are delivered. In particular we consider......, and impact are understood is crucial in determining whether or how benefits should be apportioned and delivered; and that these definitions are closely connected to each other. We develop a new series of typologies as a way to understand this. Finally, we assess different mechanisms and schemes of community...

  19. Implications of the ICRP draft recommendations for ALIs

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    Stather, J.W.; Kendall, G.M.; Phipps, A.W.

    1990-01-01

    The results of the calculations summarised here suggest that under the new scheme for calculating annual limits on intake proposed by ICRP there may still be a need for an organ dose limit. This would lose one of the main advantages of the new scheme, namely that ALIs could be strictly additive. Adjusting the weighting factors and allocating the 'remainder' to possibly two tissues with the highest doses would result in effectances from different radionuclides which were not strictly additive. If, however, for practical purposes effectance could be taken to be additive, then the resulting ALIs could be apportioned between different radionuclides as desired. (author)

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    été appliqués, à des périodes imposées par le niveau d'enherbement de la parcelle. « La cercosporiose » a été contrôlée par des ablations mécaniques des feuilles nécrosées. Une semaine après plantation, chaque plant a reçu 100 g de dolomie (CaMg(CO3)2), et 100 g six mois après le premier apport. Le phosphate.

  1. Focus - Mise en place d’un réseau expérimental sur la réhabilitation des zones humides dans le Finistère

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    DAUSSE, Armel

    2017-09-01

    Full Text Available Pour juger de l’efficacité des actions menées et des gains apportés par les travaux de réhabilitation des zones humides, la mise en place d’un suivi le plus pertinent possible est nécessaire. Focus sur l'action du réseau expérimental de réhabilitation des zones humides du Finistère mis en place pour développer un suivi scientifique pluridisciplinaire ambitieux sur des sites pilotes faisant l’objet de travaux de réhabilitation.

  2. Foire aux questions: Bourse de recherche 2017 du CRDI | CRDI ...

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    1) Si l'on décide de m'attribuer une bourse de recherche, aurai-je besoin d'un permis de travail ? Veuillez lire les détails sur ce sujet sous la rubrique Admissibilité à la page Web de l'appel. Vous remarquerez que d'importantes modifications ont été apportées aux critères d'admissibilité cette année. 2) Je suis étudiant à la ...

  3. Feminicidio / femicidio : les enjeux théoriques et politiques d’un discours définitoire de la violence contre les femmes

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    Lapalus, Marylène

    2016-01-01

    Cet article s’intéresse au travail de reformulation discursive et définitoire des violences contre les femmes par les intellectuelles latino-américaines, au Mexique et au Costa Rica, depuis vingt ans. Il se donne comme objectif d’identifier les stratégies définitoires utilisées par les concepts de femicidio et feminicidio pour dénoncer, conceptualiser et politiser la violence vécue, en particulier dans l’espace intime. En combinant les apports de la réflexion sociologique et linguistique, cet...

  4. Primary sources of PM2.5 organic aerosol in an industrial Mediterranean city, Marseille

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    El Haddad, I.; Marchand, N.; Wortham, H.; Piot, C.; Besombes, J.-L.; Cozic, J.; Chauvel, C.; Armengaud, A.; Robin, D.; Jaffrezo, J.-L.

    2011-03-01

    Marseille, the most important port of the Mediterranean Sea, represents a challenging case study for source apportionment exercises, combining an active photochemistry and multiple emission sources, including fugitive emissions from industrial sources and shipping. This paper presents a Chemical Mass Balance (CMB) approach based on organic markers and metals to apportion the primary sources of organic aerosol in Marseille, with a special focus on industrial emissions. Overall, the CMB model accounts for the major primary anthropogenic sources including motor vehicles, biomass burning and the aggregate emissions from three industrial processes (heavy fuel oil combustion/shipping, coke production and steel manufacturing) as well as some primary biogenic emissions. This source apportionment exercise is well corroborated by 14C measurements. Primary OC estimated by the CMB accounts on average for 22% of total OC and is dominated by the vehicular emissions that contribute on average for 17% of OC mass concentration (vehicular PM contributes for 17% of PM2.5). Even though industrial emissions contribute only 2.3% of the total OC (7% of PM2.5), they are associated with ultrafine particles (Dpheavy metals such as Pb, Ni and V. On one hand, given that industrial emissions governed key primary markers, their omission would lead to substantial uncertainties in the CMB analysis performed in areas heavily impacted by such sources, hindering accurate estimation of non-industrial primary sources and secondary sources. On the other hand, being associated with bursts of submicron particles and carcinogenic and mutagenic components such as PAH, these emissions are most likely related with acute ill-health outcomes and should be regulated despite their small contributions to OC. Another important result is the fact that 78% of OC mass cannot be attributed to the major primary sources and, thus, remains un-apportioned. We have consequently critically investigated the uncertainties

  5. Source Apportionment of the Size-Fractionated Urban Aerosols in and around Kolkata, India

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    Sarkar, Ujjaini; Haque, Monirul; Roy, Rajdeep; Chakraborty, Sanjoy

    Our main objective was to estimate the heavy metals like the Lead, Mercury, Cadmium, Sodium, Potassium, Calcium, Aluminium, and Iron, in addition to ammonium, chloride, nitrate, and sulphate ions, by Atomic Absorption Spectrophotometry and Ion Chromatography and apportion the most probable sources using the Chemical Mass Balance Model. The three urban locations of Behala Chowrasta, Rabindra Sadan, and Shyam Bazaar Five Points were chosen within the city of Kolkata. One rural location was chosen at the Indian Institute of Technology campus, Kharagpur, a rural site in the Midnapur District of the state of West Bengal, India. The results look quite encouraging.

  6. Inmaculada Sánchez et Marta Díaz (dir., Doc 21 Panorama del reciente cine documental en España

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    Pietsie Feenstra

    2011-02-01

    Full Text Available Inmaculada Sánchez et Marta Díaz apportent un recueil d’articles très intéressants sur la richesse du documentaire espagnol actuel. A part des analyses précieuses sur quelques documentaires récents (En Construcción, 2000, Guerín ; El efecto Iguazú, 2002, Pere Joan Ventura et Georgina Cisquella ; La leyenda del tiempo, 2006, Isaki Lacuesta,…, l’ouvrage pose de nouvelles questions sur le processus de création et les moyens de financement ou la diffusion. Les deux axes permettent de mettre en l...

  7. Tachjian Vahé, La France en Cilicie et en Haute-Mésopotamie. Aux confins de la Turquie, de la Syrie et de l’Irak (1919-1933, Paris, éditions Karthala, 2004, 465 p.

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    Nadine Méouchy

    2006-01-01

    Full Text Available Vahé Tachjian nous offre avec cet ouvrage, de facture classique et sans aspérités stylistiques, un apport documentaire considérable, qui ouvre de véritables horizons à la réflexion des historiens de la Turquie, de la Syrie et de l’Irak dans l’Entre-deux-guerres. Cette richesse documentaire est fondée sur l’exploitation des sources diplomatiques et militaires françaises, des sources de presse arménienne et de la bibliographie existante sur le sujet traité. Les sources de la partie turque ne so...

  8. Résultats de recherche | Page 447 | CRDI - Centre de recherches ...

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    Profile. Scott Gilmore. Scott est entrepreneur social et rédacteur. Profile. Jean Lebel. Jean a été nommé président du CRDI le 1er mai 2013. À titre de président du CRDI, Jean dirige l'apport du Centre aux efforts que déploie le Canada en matière de développement, de politique étrangère et d'innovation mondiale. Profile ...

  9. proportion: A comprehensive R package for inference on single Binomial proportion and Bayesian computations

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    M. Subbiah

    2017-01-01

    Full Text Available Extensive statistical practice has shown the importance and relevance of the inferential problem of estimating probability parameters in a binomial experiment; especially on the issues of competing intervals from frequentist, Bayesian, and Bootstrap approaches. The package written in the free R environment and presented in this paper tries to take care of the issues just highlighted, by pooling a number of widely available and well-performing methods and apporting on them essential variations. A wide range of functions helps users with differing skills to estimate, evaluate, summarize, numerically and graphically, various measures adopting either the frequentist or the Bayesian paradigm.

  10. L’Institut français de recherche pour l’exploitation de la mer (IFREMER)

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    2014-01-01

    Note portant sur l’auteur L’Institut français de recherche scientifique pour le développement en coopération (ORSTOM) et le Centre de coopération internationale en recherche agronomique pour le développement (CIRAD) sont deux organismes français de recherche qui œuvrent au Brésil depuis plus de vingt ans. Cette contribution permet de faire connaître l’éventail des recherches entreprises et leurs aspects originaux ainsi que les résultats obtenus, les apports et les profits mutuels, en deux mot...

  11. Effets d'enrichissements azotés sur la croissance des palourdes mises en élevage dans les claires du bassin de Marennes-Oléron

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    Goulletquer, Philippe; Razet, Daniel; Prou, Jean; Garnier, Jacqueline; Taillade, Sylvie; Heral, Maurice; Peyre, R; Faivre, C

    1985-01-01

    Etant donné que la production de mollusques (palourdes ou huîtres) est limitée à 0,8 kg à 1 kg au m2 soit 40 à 50 palourdes adultes de 20 g au m2, il est intéressant d'essayer de forcer cette production en augmentant la production primaire qui est le facteur limitant de la production de palourdes. Cette production primaire dépend des apports en sels nutritifs en effet les travaux antérieurs de Zanette (1979), de Zanette et Garnier (1980), de Robert (1984) ont mis en évidence que les biomasses...

  12. Prise en charge des RCIU d'origine placentaire avant 32 semaines d'aménorrhée. Enquête nationale sur les pratiques françaises

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    Patte , Charlotte

    2013-01-01

    Non disponible / Not available; Introduction : Bien qu'étant la première cause de morbidité et de mortalité périnatale, leRetard de Croissance Intra Utérin (RCIU) reste une pathologie obstétricale complexe dans son diagnostic et sa prise en charge. Le RCIU d'origine placentaire est un processus pathologique consistant en une altération de la croissance due à un dysfonctionnement placentaire, avec défaut chronique d'apports au foetus. Il n'existe actuellement pas de possibilité de prise en cha...

  13. 1799-1999 Bicentenario dell'invenzione della Pila ad opera di Alessandro Volta - Evoluzione del sito

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    Montalbetti, Claudia

    1998-01-01

    In questo articolo sono riportate le modifiche apportate al sito Volta99, sito ufficiale delle celebrazioni per il bicentenario dell'invenzione della pila ad opera di Alessandro Volta. Indirizzo: http://www.cilea.it/volta99. Rispetto alla versione illustrata sul bollettino n.62 sono state introdotte due importanti novità: la versione italiana e la bibliografia delle fonti secondarie. Per questa modifica è risultato molto utile per la gestione e la velocità di inserimento la scelta fatta di ut...

  14. Das Erbe der Menschheit.

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    Joana Breidenbach; Pál Nyíri

    2005-01-01

    Le concept d’« héritage » est apparu avec les efforts des États-nations occidentaux modernes émergents, au 19 e siècle, pour apporter une signification nationale à leurs paysages et à leurs environnements construits. Aujourd’hui, cependant, certains des moteurs centraux de ce mouvement de l’héritage sont des acteurs globaux plutôt que nationaux. Le projet le plus prestigieux pour la promotion de l’idée d’« héritage global » est la liste de l’Héritage mondial de l’ Unesco . Que deviennent les ...

  15. Empowerment et diversité culturelle : quelques prolégomènes

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    Gagnon, Alain G.; May, Paul

    2010-01-01

    Le présent texte explore l’articulation entre l’empowerment et la diversité culturelle, et notamment les voies prometteuses du jumelage entre ces deux termes. L’apport de la philosophie de Charles Taylor conjuguée aux récentes théories du fédéralisme permet de porter un regard nouveau sur la thématique des revendications identitaires en milieu urbain et d’esquisser des solutions institutionnelles pour répondre au double défi posé par le pluralisme culturel et de la nouvelle configuration écon...

  16. L'intégration des TIC dans un environnement éducatif conditionné par le système du 'spoon-feeding.'

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    Saurty , Krishnah Moortee

    2013-01-01

    Cet article prend son essence dans un projet pédagogique dont la préoccupation est de renforcer les savoirs notamment à travers le concept d'apprentissage intégrant les Technologies de l'Information et de la Communication (Tic) afin de développer des actions éducatives pouvant apporter des réponses réelles aux principes du 'spoon-feeding', véritable pilier du système éducatif mauricien s'appuyant sur le contenu du savoir disciplinaire et conditionnant l'apprenant dans sa capacité à développer...

  17. Le chrome en milieu marin

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    Chiffoleau, Jean-francois

    1994-01-01

    Le présent document constitue une synthèse des connaissances sur le cycle biogéochimique du chrome. Les sources naturelles et anthropiques sont étudiées, les échanges entre les différents compartiments géochimiques sont évalués, avec une attention particulière portée à la quantification des apports aussi bien des fleuves que de l'atmosphère au milieu marin. Les niveaux de concentration dans ces compartiments sont évalués, et montrent que l'on rencontre dans certaines régions des contamination...

  18. CONTRIBUTION À L’ÉTUDE DES LIPIDES TISSULAIRES ET PLASMATIQUES CHEZ LE RAT WISTAR MÂLE SOUS RÉGIME HYPERGRAS

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    BENSALAH, Meryem

    2012-01-01

    De nos jours, les pathologies associées aux accumulations lipidiques dans l’organisme humain, telle l’obésité, prennent une importance croissante dans les questions de santé. Ces maladies sont consécutives à des apports caloriques superieurs à la dépense énergétique aboutissant à un surplus de stockage des graisses. L’objectif principal de cette étude était d’évaluer l’impact d’un régime hyperlipidique hypercalorique administré pour une période de 8 semaines chez le rat male Wistar (que nous ...

  19. Le succès du web 2.0 : histoire, techniques et controverse.

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    Le Deuff , Olivier

    2007-01-01

    The success of Web 2.0 requires an analysis to delimit a word which borders are confused. We try here to found some explanations on this phenomenon.; Le succès du web 2.0 nécessite une analyse afin de tenter de définir un terme fortement employé depuis quelques mois mais dont il est très difficile de déterminer les frontières tant théoriques que techniques. Nous tentons ici d'apporter quelques éclaircissements sur ce phénomène.

  20. Lorsque la croissance ne suffit pas : en quête d'une économie ...

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    21 juil. 2016 ... Bien que la croissance ait été modérée ces dernières années, on s'attend à ce qu'elle reprenne bientôt. On observe toutefois des ... L'un des principaux enjeux est le fait que l'économie de l'Afrique s'est développée sans qu'aucune transformation structurelle n'ait été apportée. Les experts ont souligné ...

  1. L’impact des facteurs économiques sur l’intention entrepreneuriale

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    Amari Farouk

    2014-03-01

    Nous avons cherché à apporter des éléments de réponse à la question de savoir comment ces facteurs peuvent-ils influencer l’intention de l’entrepreneur de créer son propre projet. Nous avons ciblé le milieu universitaire à travers une enquête auprès d’un échantillon d’étudiants de l’Institut Supérieur d’Administration des Affaires de Sfax (Tunisie.

  2. İslâm Hukukunda Gâibin / Kayıp Kişinin Hükmen Ölü Sayılmasına Kadarki Süreçte Mallarının Yönetimi “Türk Medenî Kanunu ile Mukayeseli Olarak"

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    Ali Aslan Topçuoğlu

    2015-11-01

    Full Text Available The laws concerning the lost people are still among the most important problems of our society today. Necessary precautions are taken both in Islamic law and Turkish Civil Code to prevent such ones from sustaining any financial loss. In this sense, their goods are not apportioned due to the probability that they may be alive, however, they are not accepted as an inheritor to a dying relative of theirs due to the probability that they may be dead. Also, the judge is granted the right to fix and keep the goods of these people. There ise a striking resemblance between the Islamic law and Turkish Civil Code

  3. La carte scolaire et son assouplissement

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    Merle, Pierre

    2014-01-01

    Cet article a pour objet l'étude de la politique d’assouplissement de la carte scolaire mise en œuvre à partir de la rentrée scolaire 2007. Cette politique poursuit officiellement deux objectifs : apporter une plus grande liberté de choix de l’établissement aux parents ; favoriser la mixité sociale. L’étude de cette politique repose, dans un premier temps, sur l’analyse de la réalisation formelle des objectifs poursuivis (notamment la comparaison des anciens et nouveaux critères de dérogation...

  4. Chronique de sites Internet n° 18

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    Fromageot-Lanièpce, Virginie

    2014-01-01

    [ Généralités] > Google Books http://books.google.fr Ce service de Google ne prend en compte que des livres sur le Web ; ces livres sont parus sous une forme traditionnelle et ont été numérisés par le moteur de recherche avec l’accord des éditeurs. Des tests d’interrogation montrent qu’il existe des monographies archéologiques dans la base de recherche. Ce service aide à cibler des lectures, en apportant la recherche d’extraits, selon des modalités nouvelles par rapport aux catalogues de bibl...

  5. 543-IJBCS-Article-Dr Atidegla Capo Seraphin

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    zone qui ne sont pas à l'abri des pollutions chimique et bactériologique. L'objectif de la présente étude est d'identifier ..... pratique le maraîchage sans irrigation et où les taux de nitrates obtenus sont dans l'ordre de. 14 à 32 mg/l. ... maraîchères ne peuvent y être pratiquées sans apports d'intrants. A Grand-Popo, ce sont les.

  6. Caractérisation phénotypique technologique et moléculaire d’isolats de bactéries lactiques de laits crus recueillis dans les régions de l’Ouest Algérien. Essai de fabrication de fromage frais type «Jben. »

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    BENDIMERAD, Nahida

    2013-01-01

    Les bactéries lactiques (LAB) sont capables de fermenter de nombreux produits animaux et végétaux, produisant entre autres des acides, des composés aromatiques comme le diacétyl et des polysaccharides participant à l’aspect, la texture et la flaveur du produit fermenté. Pour les produits laitiers, les LAB fermentant le lait peuvent être apportées par le lait, et/ ou les récipients servant à la fermentation, et/ou des levains. L’industrialisation croissante de la production de p...

  7. Analyse de Langues et cultures - Les TIC, enseignement et apprentissage

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    Élisabeth Brodin

    2006-04-01

    Full Text Available 1. Introduction Cet ouvrage constitue les actes du colloque des IUFM (Institut Universitaire de Formation des Maîtres de décembre 2003, intitulé "Quelles nouvelles perspectives pour l'enseignement / apprentissage des langues et cultures ?" On peut déplorer a priori que le titre du livre, au demeurant ambitieux, et le sous-titre ne reprennent pas la question des nouvelles perspectives apportées par les Technologies de l'Information et de la Communication (TIC à l'enseignement des langues e...

  8. Paroles de chef : modèles communicationnels d’une organisation professionnelle

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    Stengel, Kilien

    2016-01-01

    Dans un restaurant, communiquer correspond à informer la clientèle, dialoguer avec elle, collaborer avec les équipes, et diffuser une image du restaurant, des mets et du chef. La communication apparente du chef de cuisine précise le lien qui existe entre lui et son personnel, lui et les clients, lui et les fournisseurs, et plus rarement entre lui et les médias ou supports de communication. Apportant la communication organisationnelle, formelle et normative, auprès de ses subalternes comme de ...

  9. L'apprentissage informatique dans les écoles de la Colombie | CRDI ...

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    8 févr. 2011 ... Au Canada, beaucoup d'enfants ont accès à un ordinateur en dehors de l'école. En Colombie, on est loin de cela. » Une récente étude de cas sur la mise en application du programme CPE, parrainée par l'ICA, apporte une précision. « En Colombie, le programme s'est inspiré du modèle du Nord, mais il a ...

  10. Profil des examens radiographiques spéciaux conventionnels dans ...

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    But : Montrer l'apport des examens spéciaux dans la démarche diagnostique Méthodologie : Il s'agit d'une étude rétrospective qui a porté sur les résultats de 249 examens spéciaux colligés dans le service de radiologie du CHU- Tokoin de Lomé du 1er mars 2003 au 1er mars 2004. Résultats : L'âge de nos patients varie ...

  11. Planning and Designing Effective Defence and Related Information Services: Conference Proceedings of the Technical Information Panel Specialists’ Meeting Held in Ankara, Turkey on 10-11 September 1986.

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    1987-04-01

    Is Defense, en alant au-doll de ce qua peut apporter un simple repertoire, commae celul du DTIC aux Etats-Unis (5). ii counvient donc de dhvelopper...en consultation mais devront etre exclus du prit. Maits touts laide qua h’on apportersa Al’utilisaeur, celul -ci perdra besucoup do tampa I cee...mains quoun systme do guichat ivolui. come celul dont il a iti question plus haut, soit jug& prifirable. 8-5 2.3. Sources primaires. Touts information

  12. Analysis of power wheeling services

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    Tepel, R.C.; Jewell, W.; Johnson, R.; Maddigan, R.

    1986-11-01

    Purpose of this study is to examine existing wheeling arrangements to determine the terms of the agreements, to analyze the terms relative to regulatory goals, and finally, to suggest ways in which the arrangements can be modified to lead to outcomes more closely in line with the goals. The regulatory goals that are considered are: Does the arrangement meet the revenue requirement of the wheeling firm. Is efficient use promoted. Are the costs fairly apportioned. And, is the arrangement practical and feasible to implement.

  13. Asymmetric T lymphocyte division in the initiation of adaptive immune responses.

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    Chang, John T; Palanivel, Vikram R; Kinjyo, Ichiko; Schambach, Felix; Intlekofer, Andrew M; Banerjee, Arnob; Longworth, Sarah A; Vinup, Kristine E; Mrass, Paul; Oliaro, Jane; Killeen, Nigel; Orange, Jordan S; Russell, Sarah M; Weninger, Wolfgang; Reiner, Steven L

    2007-03-23

    A hallmark of mammalian immunity is the heterogeneity of cell fate that exists among pathogen-experienced lymphocytes. We show that a dividing T lymphocyte initially responding to a microbe exhibits unequal partitioning of proteins that mediate signaling, cell fate specification, and asymmetric cell division. Asymmetric segregation of determinants appears to be coordinated by prolonged interaction between the T cell and its antigen-presenting cell before division. Additionally, the first two daughter T cells displayed phenotypic and functional indicators of being differentially fated toward effector and memory lineages. These results suggest a mechanism by which a single lymphocyte can apportion diverse cell fates necessary for adaptive immunity.

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

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    Jean-Louis GUÉBOURG

    1991-06-01

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

  15. Dynamique de la population de la cigogne blanche ( Ciconia ...

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    Ce travail porte sur l'analyse des paramètres démographiques de la cigogne blanche en lgérie, à partir des données de trois ecensements nationaux effectués en 1995, 1998 et 001. Un délai de trois années entre un recensement et un autre a été dopté pour voir par apport à la tendance évolutive des effectifs des couples ...

  16. Pendulum : une extension réactive pour la programmation Web en OCaml

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    El Sibaïe , Rémy; Chailloux , Emmanuel

    2016-01-01

    International audience; La programmation des interactions des différents composants d'une application Web est devenue particulièrement complexe tant au niveau de la conception que de la mise au point. Peu de garanties peuvent être apportées sur la coordination des interactions internes et les réactions aux événements externes reposant sur le modèle de concurrence de JavaScript. Il devient alors nécessaire de proposer un modèle de concurrence simple améliorant cette situation. Dans ce cadre, c...

  17. Potential health and environmental hazards of uranium mine wastes. Volume 3. Appendixes. Report to the congress

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    1983-01-01

    Contents include: summary of federal laws potentially affecting uranium mining; federal water programs and right activities; congressionally approved compacts that apportion water; state laws, regulations, and guides for uranium mining; active uranium mines in the United States; inactive uranium mines in the United States; general observations of uranium mine sites in Colorado, New Mexico, Texas, and Wyoming; influence of mine drainage on seepage to groundwater and surface water outflow; computation of mass emission factors for wind erosion; aquatic dosimetry and health effects models and parameter values; Airborne pathway modeling; and health risk assessment methodology

  18. Détection de dysfonctionnement d'un système amortisseur de véhicule automobile

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    Ragot , José; Maquin , Didier; Adrot , Olivier; Boatas , Armand; Jampi , Didier

    2003-01-01

    International audience; Le système d'amortissement d'un véhicule est un organe sensible au vieillissement, à l'usure et à des défauts accidentels ; les conséquences de ces perturbations sur la tenue de route peuvent être critiques et l'on conçoit alors l'intérêt de développer des méthodes de diagnostic capables de renseigner sur l'état de fonctionnement de ce dispositif en fournissant des indicateurs d'alerte de dysfonctionnement. Cette communication apporte quelques éléments méthodologiques ...

  19. Yankaya Dilek, La nouvelle bourgeoisie islamique. Le modèle turc, Presses universitaires de France, coll. Proche Orient, 2013, 216 p.

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    Özatalay , Cem

    2014-01-01

    International audience; Paru en mars 2013, le livre de Dilek Yankaya intitulé La nouvelle bourgeoisie islamique. Le modèle turc apporte une contribution remarquable pour comprendre les dynamiques sociales qui sous-tendent la polarisation politique et culturelle qui marque tout autant l’histoire récente de la Turquie que les événements de Gezi. En mettant en lumière les aspirations et la conscience de classe de la bourgeoisie islamique en formation, Yankaya essaie de montrer dans son ouvrage c...

  20. Henri Boyer, De l’autre côté du discours. Recherche sur les représentations communautaires

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    Gafitescu, Mihaela

    2008-01-01

    Largement répandue en sciences humaines et sociales, la notion de représentation est riche de tous les apports des domaines qui la revendiquent : sociologie, psychologie sociale, philosophie, sciences du langage, sciences de la communication, etc. C’est justement cette disponibilité qui la rend complexe et difficile à décrire en termes mesurables. Henri Boyer ne se contente pourtant pas de décrire et d’ordonner sa transversalité. Il propose des éclairages théoriques et méthodologiques permett...

  1. Manual cross check of computed dose times for motorised wedged fields

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    Porte, J.

    2001-01-01

    If a mass of tissue equivalent material is exposed in turn to wedged and open radiation fields of the same size, for equal times, it is incorrect to assume that the resultant isodose pattern will be effectively that of a wedge having half the angle of the wedged field. Computer programs have been written to address the problem of creating an intermediate wedge field, commonly known as a motorized wedge. The total exposure time is apportioned between the open and wedged fields, to produce a beam modification equivalent to that of a wedged field of a given wedge angle. (author)

  2. Cumulative exergy losses associated with the production of lead metal

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    Szargut, J [Technical Univ. of Silesia, Gliwice (PL). Inst. of Thermal-Engineering; Morris, D R [New Brunswick Univ., Fredericton, NB (Canada). Dept. of Chemical Engineering

    1990-08-01

    Cumulative exergy losses result from the irreversibility of the links of a technological network leading from raw materials and fuels extracted from nature to the product under consideration. The sum of these losses can be apportioned into partial exergy losses (associated with particular links of the technological network) or into constituent exergy losses (associated with constituent subprocesses of the network). The methods of calculation of the partial and constituent exergy losses are presented, taking into account the useful byproducts substituting the major products of other processes. Analyses of partial and constituent exergy losses are made for the technological network of lead metal production. (author).

  3. Management interculturel, altérité, et identités

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    Mutabazi, Evalde; Overveck Ottino, Saskia von; Pierre, Philippe

    2014-01-01

    Le management interculturel se fonde sur un effort permanent de remise en question de repères culturels acquis et ressentis comme universels. Ce livre s appuie sur des travaux de recherche et sur des témoignages d expériences pratiques, défend l urgence d un management interculturel au lieu d une gestion de la diversité risquant d assigner des individus à résidence identitaire, et intègre les apports de l ethnopsychanalyse.

  4. Estimation of net ecosystem exchange at the Skukuza flux site, Kruger National Park, South Africa

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    Nickless, A

    2011-03-01

    Full Text Available , Manlay R., Ngom D., Ntoupka M., Ouattara S., Savadogo P., Sawadogo L., Seghieri J.,Tiveau D. ?valuation de la productivit? et de la biomasse des savanes s?ches africaines : l?apport du collectif SAVAFOR. Bois et For?ts des Tropiques, 60... (citato 1 volta) UNFCCC United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change UNOPS United Nations Office for Project Services UR2PI Unit? de Recherche sur la Productivit? des Plantations Industrielles (ex CTFT) Key note speeches on Africa...

  5. Le dernier demi-siècle et les publications historiographiques alsaciennes

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    Vogler, Bernard

    2012-01-01

    La contribution étudie le rôle occupé par l’Institut d’Histoire d’Alsace à Strasbourg entre 1976 et 2003 et analyse les principaux  centres d’intérêt de l’historiographie récente : les effets de quatre changements de nationalité et de langue entre 1871 et 1945, les biographies collectives et individuelles, l’apport des historiens allemands et anglo-saxons. The feature studies the part occupied by the Institute of Alsatian History in Strasbourg between 1976 and 2003, and analyses the most i...

  6. Bilan des flux de matières particulaires et dissoutes du Sassandra à ...

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    Ce travail a pour objectif l'estimation des apports du fleuve Sassandra. C'est dans ce cadre que les flux de matières particulaires et dissoutes ont été mesurés au cours de l'année 2003 sur le fleuve Sassandra, à la station hydrométrique de Gaoulou. La méthodologie adoptée a consisté à déterminer d'abord les ...

  7. Conclusion du titre II

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    Nguyen, Minh Hang

    2013-01-01

    La qualification de la conciliation et de la médiation judiciaires en contrats de pourparlers judiciaires emporte d’importantes conséquences. 216. Consécration d’une nouvelle famille de contrats : les contrats de pourparlers judiciaires - Elle consacre tout d’abord une nouvelle famille de contrats : les contrats de pourparlers judiciaires. Ce faisant, elle apporte une pierre supplémentaire à l’édifice des figures hybrides qui mêlent le conventionnel et le judiciaire. 217. Les contrats de pour...

  8. L’autonomie des villes : quelles conditions et modalités de réalisation ?

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    Marc Dumont

    2008-02-01

    Full Text Available Ce recueil de neuf contributions issues d’un séminaire de recherche se propose d’apporter un éclairage sur les enjeux locaux d’espaces urbains en voie de mondialisation, au regard, donc, des transformations plus générales des systèmes productifs dans lesquelles ils s’inscrivent ou qu’ils subissent. Au premier abord, trois aspects contribueraient, il faut le reconnaître, à rendre l’ensemble un peu décevant. Le titre, de son côté, ne laissait pas penser qu’il n’y serait ...

  9. La population de l'Iran en 1986, entre les conflits irakien et afghan

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    Bernard HOURCADE

    1988-03-01

    Full Text Available Entre 1976 et 1986, l'Iran a gagné 16 millions d'habitants, en raison d'un taux de croissance démographique élevé. Des faits nouveaux apparaissent: l'apport des réfugiés afghans, la croissance périphérique accélérée des villes sur le modèle de Téhéran, une alphabétisation en progrès. Enfin, pour la première fois, la population urbaine dépasse la population rurale.

  10. Amélioration des propriétés physiques et chimiques du sol sous l ...

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    28 févr. 2014 ... sol autour de Lubumbashi a profondément changé et la savane correspond à la dégradation de la forêt claire ... couverture, ont été apportés à des quantités différentes en fonction des traitements. Le coût d'acquisition ... sur les deux lignes du milieu et le rendement a été ajustés au taux d'humidité de 14%.

  11. Fish communities in man-made lakes = Peuplements ichtyologiques des lacs de barrage

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    Jackson, P.N.B.; Marshall, B.E.; Paugy, Didier

    1988-01-01

    Il existe actuellement des réservoirs artificiels sur de nombreuses rivières africaines. Leur construction a modifié les conditions écologiques (facteurs édaphiques, apports en éléments nutritifs) et changé la composition des peuplements ichtyologiques ... Le barrage lui-même peut être un obstacle pour des poissons tels que les anguilles ou les mulets migrants depuis la mer et entraîner la disparition des espèces en amont ... Les lacs de barrage ont une vaste zone pélagique favorable au déve...

  12. Evaluation de l'efficacité vis-à-vis du ruissellement de surface et des transferts latéraux dans le sol de différentes options de gestion utilisant (ou non) un couvert enherbé : Application en vue de limiter la contamination des eaux par les pesticides dans le contexte du Beaujolais viticole de coteaux

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    Gouy, V.; Peyrard, X.; Liger, L.

    2015-01-01

    / Cette étude apporte des éléments de réponse aux questions suivantes dans le contexte du Nord Beaujolais : - dans quelle mesure une zone tampon enherbée rivulaire recevant un ruissellement concentré de surface est-elle capable de réduire significativement le transfert des pesticides associés sans engendrer une contamination de nappe sous-jacente ? - dans quelle mesure une infiltration en amont en parcelle de vigne peut-elle contribuer à l'atténuation des transferts de pesticides ou engendrer...

  13. Retroactive insurance may fund TMI-2 cleanup

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    Anon.

    1981-01-01

    A Pennsylvania task force recommended that nuclear utilities insure their plants with a mandatory national property insurance program. The proposed Nuclear Powerplant Property Damage Insurance Act of 1981 will cover the cleanup costs of onsite damage in excess of $350 million for a single accident ($50 million when private insurance is added on) and a ceiling of two billion dollars. Participation in the insurance pool would be in conjunction with licensing and would permit no grandfathering. Total payout for Three Mile Island-2 would cover 75% of the cleanup costs, the remainder to be apportioned among other parties. The insurance pool will have a $750 million goal supported by utility premiums

  14. Orientations pour l'intégration des TICE dans l'enseignement du français en Syrie. L'exemple du centre de documentation pédagogique de Damas.

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    Christelle Demange-Ducrot

    2005-09-01

    Full Text Available Le secteur éducatif syrien souhaite orienter son action vers les nouvelles technologies de l'information et la sensibilisation du public scolaire aux applications de l'informatique dans le domaine éducatif et en particulier dans le cadre de l'enseignement des langues. Dans l'enseignement-apprentissage des langues, les apports des TICE sont nombreux, mais là où elles apportent sans doute la plus grande plus-value, c'est lors de la mise en place de projets de classe motivants et valorisants, intégrés à des projets de communication authentique. Partant de ce constat, le Centre de Documentation Pédagogique de Damas forme les enseignants de français syriens à l'intégration des TICE dans des projets pédagogiques de classe mettant en œuvre des activités créatives et stimulantes pour communiquer en français. Jusqu'alors, les formations ont centré leurs efforts sur les bases de l'environnement informatique et de la bureautique, avec pour parti pris l'utilisation de logiciels libres. L'année 2005 marquera le lancement et l'expérimentation du dispositif de formation continue à distance destiné aux professeurs de français dans le domaine des TICE.

  15. Development of a method for personal, spatiotemporal exposure assessment.

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    Adams, Colby; Riggs, Philip; Volckens, John

    2009-07-01

    This work describes the development and evaluation of a high resolution, space and time-referenced sampling method for personal exposure assessment to airborne particulate matter (PM). This method integrates continuous measures of personal PM levels with the corresponding location-activity (i.e. work/school, home, transit) of the subject. Monitoring equipment include a small, portable global positioning system (GPS) receiver, a miniature aerosol nephelometer, and an ambient temperature monitor to estimate the location, time, and magnitude of personal exposure to particulate matter air pollution. Precision and accuracy of each component, as well as the integrated method performance were tested in a combination of laboratory and field tests. Spatial data was apportioned into pre-determined location-activity categories (i.e. work/school, home, transit) with a simple, temporospatially-based algorithm. The apportioning algorithm was extremely effective with an overall accuracy of 99.6%. This method allows examination of an individual's estimated exposure through space and time, which may provide new insights into exposure-activity relationships not possible with traditional exposure assessment techniques (i.e., time-integrated, filter-based measurements). Furthermore, the method is applicable to any contaminant or stressor that can be measured on an individual with a direct-reading sensor.

  16. Reflets méthode de français : niveau 2 : guide pédagogique

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    Capelle, Guy

    2000-01-01

    Autour d'une démarche d'apprentissage active, REFLETS intègre parfaitement les apports de la vidéo, de l'audio et de l'écrit, grâce à des documents conçus et réalisés spécifiquement en fonction d'une triple progression, culturelle, grammaticale et communicative. Le présent guide pédagogique comprend : • un exposé méthodologique sur l'apport et l'utilisation de la vidéo dans la classe, • un récapitulatif du contenu fonctionnel, grammatical, culturel et lexical de chaque épisode, • des notes socioculturelles se rapportant aux dossiers du livre, • des suggestions d'exploitation pour chaque épisode, • les corrigés des exercices du livre ainsi que du cahier d'exercices, • un test à visée communicative par dossier, une fiche Le Delf premier degré avec REFLETS, en début d'ouvrage.

  17. STIMULATION PAR LES CYTOKININES DE L’ACCUMULATION ALCALOÏDIQUE DANS DES SUSPENSIONS CELLULAIRES: IMPLICATION DE L’ETHYLENE COMME SECOND MESSAGER ?

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    A YAHIA

    1999-12-01

    Full Text Available Dans ce travail, nous avons cherché à savoir si l’éthylène pouvait être impliquée lors de la stimulation de la production alcaloïdique par les cytokinines dans les suspensions cellulaires de Catharanthus roseus. La stratégie expérimentale a été double: 1 modifier les teneurs en éthylène endogène en traitant les cellules par différents agonistes ou antagonistes de la voie de biosynthèse de l’éthylène, 2 soumettre les cellules à des apports exogène d’éthylène.      Les résultats obtenus montrent que les inhibiteurs de l’éthylène AVG, Co+2  bloquent partiellement la stimulation alcaloïdique dans les cellules traitées par les cytokinines alors que le précurseur de l’éthylène ACC n’a pas d’effet sur la production alcaloïdique dans les cellules non traitées par les cytokinines. En revanche, lorsque l’éthylène est apporté de manière exogène (traitement par l’éthephon, la production alcaloïdique est multipliée par quatre.

  18. Mining on Big Data Using Hadoop MapReduce Model

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    Salman Ahmed, G.; Bhattacharya, Sweta

    2017-11-01

    Customary parallel calculations for mining nonstop item create opportunity to adjust stack of similar data among hubs. The paper aims to review this process by analyzing the critical execution downside of the common parallel recurrent item-set mining calculations. Given a larger than average dataset, data apportioning strategies inside the current arrangements endure high correspondence and mining overhead evoked by repetitive exchanges transmitted among registering hubs. We tend to address this downside by building up a learning apportioning approach referred as Hadoop abuse using the map-reduce programming model. All objectives of Hadoop are to zest up the execution of parallel recurrent item-set mining on Hadoop bunches. Fusing the comparability metric and furthermore the locality-sensitive hashing procedure, Hadoop puts to a great degree comparative exchanges into an information segment to lift neighborhood while not making AN exorbitant assortment of excess exchanges. We tend to execute Hadoop on a 34-hub Hadoop bunch, driven by a decent change of datasets made by IBM quest market-basket manufactured data generator. Trial uncovers the fact that Hadoop contributes towards lessening system and processing masses by the uprightness of dispensing with excess exchanges on Hadoop hubs. Hadoop impressively outperforms and enhances the other models considerably.

  19. Fair Resource Allocation to Health Research: Priority Topics for Bioethics Scholarship.

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    Pratt, Bridget; Hyder, Adnan A

    2017-07-01

    This article draws attention to the limited amount of scholarship on what constitutes fairness and equity in resource allocation to health research by individual funders. It identifies three key decisions of ethical significance about resource allocation that research funders make regularly and calls for prioritizing scholarship on those topics - namely, how health resources should be fairly apportioned amongst public health and health care delivery versus health research, how health research resources should be fairly allocated between health problems experienced domestically versus other health problems typically experienced by disadvantaged populations outside the funder's country, and how domestic and non-domestic health research funding should be further apportioned to different areas, e.g. types of research and recipients. These three topics should be priorities for bioethics research because their outcomes have a substantial bearing on the achievement of health justice. The proposed agenda aims to move discussion on the ethics of health research funding beyond its current focus on the mismatch between worldwide basic and clinical research investment and the global burden of disease. Individual funders' decision-making on whether and to what extent to allocate resources to non-domestic health research, health systems research, research on the social determinants of health, capacity development, and recipients in certain countries should also be the focus of ethical scrutiny. © 2017 John Wiley & Sons Ltd.

  20. Evaluation on Innovation approaches on Performance from Malaysian perspective: A study on Malaysian Building energy saving

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    Amlus M. H.

    2018-01-01

    Full Text Available Lately Malaysia energy consumption versus generation rapidly shows increasing due to increasing of load. This phenomenon happened following to advanced country development. Lacking on design and without energy management approach the energy consumption and monthly electrical bill will steadily increased and support the increasing of world carbon emission. Therefore the aim of this work is to approach the simplest innovation task-energy audit , which is load-apportioning strategy. This approach using matching the usage of equipment with fully utilized space and reschedules the time of usage. A one week data was collected by logged power meter at main switchboard at selected building using Fluke Power Recorder. From the data collected, current usage of every load can be determine, then load will be arrange into a group with same portion and same time of usage. The result shows clearly the energy consumption for every single day and indicates the highest and lowest peak. From this work the apportioning strategy implemented by rearrange the load following type of room application. After the arrangement, new measurement was taken and a very good result was established. This work also can be further apply for a huge load that can be save a lot of money for owner especially government by energy saving.