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  1. Comments to the plenary presentation "Reconstructing Pre-Proto-Uralic typology spanning the millennia of linguistic evolution" by Juha Janhunen / Lśzl̤ Keresztes

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    Keresztes, Lśzl̤

    2001-01-01

    Kommentaar: Janhunen, Juha. "Reconstructing Pre-Proto-Uralic typology spanning the millennia of linguistic evolution", Congressus nonus internationalis fenno-ugristarum. Tartu, 2000, 1, lk. 59-76. Ettekanne konverentsilt - Congressus internationalis fenno-ugristarum (9 : 2000 : Tartu)

  2. "Tonnised" / Juha Aromaa

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    Aromaa, Juha

    2009-01-01

    Kaubikute võrdlustest: Citroën Jumper 30L2H1 2,2Hdi; Ford Transit 300M Van Base 2,2 TDCi; Mercedes-Benz Vito 109 CDI; Toyota Hiace 2,5 td D-4D 117; Fiat Scudo 2,0 JTD 12 PL/6; Hyundai H-1 2,5 CRDi; Opel Vivaro Van 2,0 CDTI L2H1; Volkswagen Transporter 1,9 TDI PD

  3. Dar al-Kalima akadeemia kultuuri- ja konverentsikeskus "AD DAR" : Petlemm, Palestiina = Dar al-Kalima Academy Cultural and Convention Centre "AD DAR" : Bethlehem, Palestine, 1998-2003 / Juha Leviskä

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    Leviskä, Juha

    2004-01-01

    Projekteerija: Vilhelm Helander, Juha Leviskä Arkkitehdit. Autorid Jyha Leviskä ja Jari Heikkinen, kaasautor Pekka Kivisalo, sisekujundaja Jari Heikkinen. Projekt 1998-1999, valmis 1999-2003. 2 joon.: plaan, vaade, 8 fotot: 4 välis- ja 4 sisevaadet

  4. Complex fold and thrust belt structural styles: Examples from the Greater Juha area of the Papuan Fold and Thrust Belt, Papua New Guinea

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    Mahoney, Luke; Hill, Kevin; McLaren, Sandra; Hanani, Amanda

    2017-07-01

    The remote and inhospitable Papuan Fold Belt in Papua New Guinea is one of the youngest yet least well-documented fold and thrust belts on Earth. Within the frontal Greater Juha area we have carried out >100 km of geological traverses and associated analyses that have added significantly to the contemporary geological and geophysical dataset. Our structural analysis provides evidence of major inversion, detachment and triangle zone faults within the uplifted Eastern Muller Ranges. We have used the dataset to develop a quasi-3D model for the Greater Juha area, with associated cross-sections revealing that the exposed Cenozoic Darai Limestone is well-constrained with very low shortening of 12.6-21.4% yet structures are elevated up to 7 km above regional. We suggest the inversion of pre-existing rift architecture is the primary influence on the evolution of the area and that structures link to the surface via triangle zones and detachment faults within the incompetent Mesozoic passive-margin sedimentary sequence underlying competent Darai Limestone. Arc-normal oriented structures, dominantly oblique dextral, up-to-the-southeast, are pervasive across a range of scales and are here interpreted to relate at depth to weakened pre-existing basement cross-structures. It is proposed that Palaeozoic basement fabric controlled the structural framework of the basin during Early Mesozoic rifting forming regional-scale accommodation zones and related local-scale transfer structures that are now expressed as regional-scale arc-normal lineaments and local-scale arc-normal structures, respectively. Transfer structures, including complexly breached relay ramps, utilise northeast-southwest striking weaknesses associated with the basement fabric, as a mechanism for accommodating displacement along major northwest-southeast striking normal faults. These structures have subsequently been inverted to form arc-normal oriented zones of tear faulting that accommodate laterally variable

  5. Väiksemat sorti "mullid" / Juha Aromaa, Robert Koistinen

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    Aromaa, Juha

    2012-01-01

    TM võrdleb mahtuniversaale: Citroën C3 Picasso VTi 95 Collection, Honda Jazz Hybrid 1,3 Elegance, Hyundai ix20 1,4 5MT ISG Premium, Nissan Note 1,4 Acenta M/T MY11, Opel Meriva Enjoy 1,4, Škoda Roomster 1,2 TSI , Toyota Verso-S 1,33 Dual VVT-i Linea Sol

  6. Feasibility of Gamified Mobile Service Aimed at Physical Activation in Young Men: Population-Based Randomized Controlled Study (MOPO).

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    Leinonen, Anna-Maiju; Pyky, Riitta; Ahola, Riikka; Kangas, Maarit; Siirtola, Pekka; Luoto, Tim; Enwald, Heidi; Ikäheimo, Tiina M; Röning, Juha; Keinänen-Kiukaanniemi, Sirkka; Mäntysaari, Matti; Korpelainen, Raija; Jämsä, Timo

    2017-10-10

    fitness from baseline between the groups, whereas waist circumference was reduced in the most inactive men within the intervention group (P=.01). Among completers with valid physical activity data (n=167), there was a borderline difference in the change in mean daily time spent in moderate to vigorous physical activity between the groups (11.9 min vs -9.1 min, P=.055, linear mixed model). Within the intervention group (n=87), baseline vigorous physical activity was inversely associated with change in moderate to vigorous physical activity during the trial (R=-.382, P=.01). The various functionalities related to physical activity of the gamified tailored mobile service were considered important. However, the compliance was limited. Within the current setup, the mobile service had no effect on anthropometry or fitness, except reduced waist circumference in the most inactive men. Among completers with valid physical activity data, the trial had a borderline positive effect on moderate to vigorous physical activity. Further development is needed to improve the feasibility and adherence of an integrated multifunctional service. Clinicaltrials.gov NCT01376986; http://clinicaltrials.gov/ct2/show/NCT01376986 (Archived by WebCite at http://www.webcitation.org/6tjdmIroA). ©Anna-Maiju Leinonen, Riitta Pyky, Riikka Ahola, Maarit Kangas, Pekka Siirtola, Tim Luoto, Heidi Enwald, Tiina M Ikäheimo, Juha Röning, Sirkka Keinänen-Kiukaanniemi, Matti Mäntysaari, Raija Korpelainen, Timo Jämsä. Originally published in JMIR Mhealth and Uhealth (http://mhealth.jmir.org), 10.10.2017.

  7. Seta teenis 26 000 eurot / Maimu Berg

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    Berg, Maimu, 1945-

    2003-01-01

    Suvi Ahola tutvustas Soome Instituudis 2003. a. Finlandia auhinnale kandideerinud kirjanikke: Juhani Salokannel (romaaniga "Samast suguvõsast"), Joel Haahtela ("Elena"), Leena Lander ("Käsk"), Juha Itkonen ("Hilisemate aegade püha"), Juha Ruusuvuori ("Nokian nuorisoohjaaja"), Lars Sund ("Eriku raamat") ja hilisem võitja Pirkko Saisio ("Punainen erokirja")

  8. Soome paviljon = The Finland Pavilion / Peter MacKeith

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    MacKeith, Peter

    1992-01-01

    1989.a. rahvuslikul konkursil esimese preemia pälvinud Soome Paviljoni projektist näitusele EXPO-92. Projekt valmis arhitektuuribüroos MONARK, kuhu kuuluvad arhitektid Juha Jääskeläinen, Juha Kaakko, Petri Rouhiainen, Matti Sanaksenaho ja Jari Trikkonen

  9. Soda-Lime-Silicate Float Glass: A Property Comparison

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    2017-10-01

    temperature. West Conshohocken (PA): ASTM International; 2012. 4. Quinn GD, Swab JJ . Fracture toughness of glasses as measured by the SCF and SEPB methods...Swab JJ , Patel PJ, Tran X, Gilde L, Luoto E, Gaviola MH, Gott A, Paulson B, Kilczewski S. Equibiaxial flexure strength of glass: influence of glass

  10. Tühi galerii kui kunstiteos / Ants Juske

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    Juske, Ants, 1956-2016

    2000-01-01

    Soome kunstnikegrupi "Forest Camp" minimalistlik näitus "King kong" Tallinna Linnagaleriis - tühi galerii kui installatsioon. Kunstnikud Juha van Ingen, Pasi Karjula, Antti Keitilä, Markku Kivinen ja Marko Vuokala

  11. IntenCities : interdistsiplinaarne installatsioon : ArtGenda 2000, Helsinki = IntenCities : Multidisciplinary Installation Project @ ArtGenda 2000, Helsinki

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    2000-01-01

    Projekteerija arhitektuuribüroo Ocean North (Kivi Sotamaa, Lasse Wager, Stephane Valcroze, Toni Kauppila, Tuuli Sotamaa, Michael Hensel). Meediakunst - Juha Fiilin, maalid - Janne Räisänen, graafiline kujundus - Klaus Haapaniemi, tantsuetendus - Gruppen Fyra. 5 ill

  12. Uues lavastuses ulatab armastus käe surmale : festival esitas läbilõike uue tantsu paremikust / Raimu Hanson

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    Hanson, Raimu, 1957-

    2008-01-01

    Kaja Kanni ja Juha Valkeapää tantsulavastus "50 Lovely Ways to Die" koos vabatahtlikega Tartus Genialistide klubis. Etendus sündis koostöös Kanuti Gildi saali, Eesti Teatri festivali ja Athena keskusega

  13. Tampere Teatrisuve maiuspalaks olid soomlased / Tiiu Laks

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    Laks, Tiiu, 1984-

    2006-01-01

    38. Tampere teatrisuvest (Tamperen teatterikesä), vaatluse all on soomlaste menutükid - Anna Krogeruse "Armastusest minu vastu" (lav. Irene Aho, Soome Rahvusteater) ja William Shakespeare'i "Richard III" (lav. Juha Luukkonen, Vaasa Linnateater)

  14. Carolyn Carlson, Atelier de Paris - harmooniad ja ebakõlad / Agni Lass

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    Lass, Agni

    2006-01-01

    28. apr. KUMU auditooriumis etendunud Carolyn Carlsoni nüüdisaegne tantsuetendus "Down by the River" ("Allajõge") ja Juha-Pekka Marsalo lavastus tantsulavastus "Scene d'Amour"("Armastuse vaatepilt")

  15. Teratogenicity and brain aromatase-induction of monosodium ...

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    Teratogenicity and brain aromatase-induction of monosodium glutamate in estrogen-responsive mosaic transgenic zebra fish Danio rerio. Tamer Said Abdelkader, Chang Seo-Na, Kim Tae-Hyun, Song Juha, Kim Dongso, Jae-Hak Park ...

  16. Baltoscandal alustas proovidega / Anne-Ly Sova

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    Sova, Anne-Ly, 1976-

    2008-01-01

    Kaja Kann ja Juha Valkeapää ning 15 rakverelast alustasid "50 Lovely Ways to Die" proovidega. Samuti alustas proove lavastaja Erki Kasemets Rakvere teatri ja Polügoonteatri ühisettevõtmisega "Kool". Välisesinejatest tutvustavalt

  17. Kes teevad meile süüa? / Vesta Reest

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    Reest, Vesta, 1971-

    2007-01-01

    Eestisse kolinud ja siin töötavad kokad itaallane Rocco Russo, belglane Emmanuel Wille, soomlane Juha Rantanen ning tailane Gusisara Tosirisakun räägivad eesti toidust, toiduvalmistamisest ning toitumistavadest

  18. "Hull"soomlane, kes räägib inglise keelt / Tiit Tuumalu

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    Tuumalu, Tiit, 1971-

    2006-01-01

    Prantsusmaal tegutsevast tantsukunstnikust Carolyn Carlsonist, kelle looming on mõjutanud mitme riigi tantsukunsti. 28. apr. etendub KUMU auditooriumis tema nüüdisaegne tantsuetendus "Down by the River" ("Allajõge"), samuti tema õpilase, Juha-Pekka Marsalo lavastus "Scene d'Amour"("Armastuse vaatepilt"

  19. Ise loodud elu. Soome ITE-kunstnikud Tallinnas : Outsider-kunst / Erkki Pirtola ; tõlk. Aili Künstler

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    Pirtola, Erkki

    2003-01-01

    Rahvusvahelisel autsaiderite ja art brut' näitus "Solvates meduusi" Tallinna Kunstihoones ja Kullo galeriis esinevatest soome kunstnikest Ilmari Immpu Salminenist, Johannes Setäläst, Markku Susimäkist, Väino Ojast, Petri Martikainenist, Juha Vanhanenist

  20. Arhetüüpse ja shiki kohtumine : ärihoone "Ferrum" Saaremaal Kuressaares = Encounter of Archetypal and Chic : Ferrum Centre in Saaremaa in Kuressaare / Ingrid Lillemägi

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    Lillemägi, Ingrid

    2003-01-01

    Projekteerija: Alver Trummal Arhitektid. Autorid Andres Alvar, Tiit Trummal, Tarmo Laht, Indrek Rünkla, Ulla Mets. Konstruktor Jaak Juha (Tööstusprojekt). Projekt 2001, valmis 2002. Stiilse ruumi vastuolu seda asustavate poodide kirju kribu-krabu ja juhuslike reklaamplakatitega. I ja II korruse plaan, 5 välis- ja 2 sisevaadet

  1. Suur-Helsingi 2050

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    2008-01-01

    Rahvusvahelise ideekonkursi "Suur-Helsingi 2050" 109 projekti seas võitis WSP Finland Ltd tööga "Emerald", mille põhiautorid on arhitektid Juha Eskolin, Jenni Lautso, Ilona Mansikka ja Tuomas Vuorinen. Projekt tegeleb komplekselt maakasutuse, elustiili, transpordi, maastikukujunduse, energiatootmise ja säästva arenguga

  2. Baltische Musik für Streichorchester (Vol. 2) / Hans-Christian Dadelsen

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    Dadelsen, Hans-Christian

    1995-01-01

    Uuest heliplaadist "Baltische Musik für Streichorchester (Vol. 2). Ostrobothnian Chamber Orchestra, Juha Kangas". Finlandia/East West Records CD 4509-9789-2 (WD: 64'34") Plaadil ka Erkki-Sven Tüüri teos "Insula Deserta"

  3. Eesti hobuse päritolu on taas päevakorral / Ingrid Randlaht

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    Randlaht, Ingrid

    2013-01-01

    Hobuse ilmumisest Soome aladele ja soome hobuse päritolust. Soome teadlaste Auli Bläuer'i ja Juha Kantanen'i eestvedamisel uuritakse FINN ARCH programmi raames varaste koduloomade ajalugu Soomes DNA-analüüside põhjal. Eesti hobuse päritolu uurimise hetkeseisust

  4. Baltoscandal vajab rakverelast! / Anne-Ly Sova

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    Sova, Anne-Ly, 1976-

    2008-01-01

    Kaja Kann ja Juha Valkeapää vajavad oma lavastusse "Viiskümmend armast viisi surra" ("50 Lovely Ways to Die") 14 vabatahtlikku ja Austria-Prantsuse trupp Superamas oma lavastusse "Big 3rd Episode. Happy/End" kümmet vabatahtlikku tantsijat

  5. VI Tallinna arhitektuuritriennaal / Leonhard Lapin

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    Lapin, Leonhard, 1947-

    2005-01-01

    15.-17. IX Tallinnas Niguliste kirikus toimuval VI Tallinna arhitektuuritriennaalil esinevad inglise arhitektuurikriitik Peter Davey, šveitsi arhitekt Peter Zumthor, soome arhitekt Juha Leviskä, eesti arhitekt Vilen Künnapu, eesti kunstiajaloolane Juhan Maiste jt. Külastatakse KUMU, tutvutab autor Pekka Vapaavuori

  6. Koreograaf Carolyn Carlson ujub vastu valitseva trendi voolu / Heili Einasto

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    Einasto, Heili

    2006-01-01

    28. apr. etenduvad KUMUs Carolyn Carlsoni nüüdisaegne tantsuetendus "Down by the River" ("Allajõge") ja tema õpilase, soome päritolu Juha-Pekka Marsalo lavastus "Scene d'Amour"("Armastuse vaatepilt". Tutvustatakse mõlema koreograafi loomingut ja esteetikat

  7. African Journal of Biotechnology - Vol 11, No 48 (2012)

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    ... brain aromatase-induction of monosodium glutamate in estrogen-responsive mosaic transgenic zebra fish Danio rerio · EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT DOWNLOAD FULL TEXT DOWNLOAD FULL TEXT. Tamer Said Abdelkader, Chang Seo-Na, Kim Tae-Hyun, Song Juha, Kim Dongso, Jae-Hak Park ...

  8. New Data about the indigenous languages of the North / Ago Künnap

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    Künnap, Ago, 1941-

    1997-01-01

    Arvustus: Northern minority languages : problems of survival : papers presented at the 18th Taniguchi International Symposium, [held in Osaka, 7-14 November 1994] / edited by Hiroshi Shoji and Juha Janhunen. Osaka : National Museum of Ethnology, Division of Ethnology, 1997. (Senri ethnological studies ; 44). Sisaldab tabelit põhjarahvaste arvu ja keelte kõnelejate arvu kohta

  9. Tallinna IV [?VI] arhitektuuritriennaal "Feeling Architecture" : 15.-17. septembril 2005 / Inga Raukas

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    Raukas, Inga, 1967-

    2005-01-01

    Niguliste muuseum-kontserdisaalis toimunud trienaaalil esinenud Peter Davey, Peter Zumthori, Juha Leviskä, Ivan Kroupa, Vilen Künnapu, Michael Henseli ja Lars Spuybroeki ettekannetest, triennaali nime muutumisest (varem Põhja- ja Baltimaade arhitektuuritriennaal). Paralleelselt peeti rahvusvahelist üliõpilaste õpituba, kus üliõpilased pakkusid välja variante Tallinna rannaalale

  10. VI Tallinna Arhitektuuritriennaal "Feeling Architecture"

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    2005-01-01

    15.-17 IX 2005 Niguliste muuseum-kontserdisaalis toimuva triennaali kava. Esinevad Peter Davey, Michael Hensel (Inglismaa), Peter Zumthor (Šveits), Juhan Maiste, Vilen Künnapu (Eesti), Ivan Kroupa (Tšehhi), Juha Leviskä (Soome), Gennadi Revzin (Venemaa), Lars Spuybroek (Inglismaa-Holland)

  11. Soome disainiklassika Adamson-Ericus / Kersti Koll

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    Koll, Kersti

    2000-01-01

    Adamson-Ericu muuseumis näitus "Soome disain 1900. Tehas "Iris", Louis Sparre ja Alfred William Finch". Näha saab ka Aito Mäkineni filmi "A. W. Finch - eurooppalainen". Koostajad ja kujundajad Marketta Tamminen, Heidi Gustafsson, Juha Jämbäck

  12. Aasta parim soome film on "Must jää" / Tiit Tuumalu

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    Tuumalu, Tiit, 1971-

    2008-01-01

    Soome filmiauhinna Jussi võitis Petri Kotwica mängufilm "Must jää", mis sai ka parima režissööri, naisnäitleja (Outi Mäenpää), stsenaariumi (P. Kotwica) ja veel kaks auhinda. Publikupreemia sai Juha Wuolijoki "Jõululugu", meesnäitleja preemia Tommi Korpelä ("Mehe töö")

  13. Komöödia tänapäeva soome teatris / Outi Lahtinen ; tõlk. Madis Kolk

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    Lahtinen, Outi

    2007-01-01

    Lähiaastatel soome teatris menukalt esietendunud näidenditest: Juha Jokela "Mobile Horror", Sirkku Peltola "Soome hobune", Mika Myllyaho "Paanika". Ka Henri Bergsoni filosoofilisi vaateid komöödia kohta. Ettekanne III Põhjamaade draama päevadel Eesti Draamatetris

  14. [Terhi Kiiskinen. Sigfrid Aronus Forsius : Astronomer and Philosopher of Nature] / Liivi Aarma

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    Aarma, Liivi, 1948-

    2009-01-01

    Arvustus: Kiiskinen, Terhi. Sigfrid Aronus Forsius : Astronomer and Philosopher of Nature. Europäische Studien zur Ideen- und Wissenschaftsgeschichte / Europaen Studies in the History of Science and Ideas. Hrsg. von / edited by Georg Gimpi und Juha Manninen. Frankfurt am Main, 2007. Sigfrid Aronus Forsius on tuntuim Põhjamaade renesanssi aegne Rootsi kuningriigi teadlane

  15. Pupillometry and Saccades as Objective mTBI Biomarker

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    2016-10-01

    football , hockey, soccer, and rugby [5,6,12,13]. All of 306 D.V. Walsh et al. / Journal of the Neurological Sciences 370 (2016) 305–309these studies have...and multiple sclero- sis [16], not acutemTBI as seen in the present study. But a recent KD test study on subjects recruited from an emergency ...Silverberg, T.M. Luoto, J. Ohman, G.L. Iverson, Assessment of mild traumatic brain injury with the King-Devick Test in an emergency department sample

  16. Kutsekeskkooli õpilaste koosseisust / Peep Leppik

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    Leppik, Peep

    2001-01-01

    Helme Kutsekeskkoolis 1985-1988, 1991-1992.a. läbi viidud uuringutest, milles määrati õpilaste IQ, käitumine, õppetöös edasijõudmine. Võrdluseks teisi Eesti koolide õpilaste seas läbi viidud intelligentsusuuringuid (Juhan Tork, 1939 ; Eda Heinla, 1988-1990 ; Juha Sõerd, 1973 ; A.Sukamägi, K.Tamm, 1994)

  17. Kogukonnateatrist Eestis 2008. aasta näitel / Hedi-Liis Toome

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    Toome, Hedi-Liis

    2009-01-01

    Kogukonnateatri mõistest ja olemusest. Näiteid neljast lavastusest - Pärimusteatri Loomine "Pärija" (lav. Raivo Trass), MTÜ Tuulekella koostööprojekt Raasiku valla ja rahvamajaga "Ernesaks ja Oamats" (lav. Vahur Keller), Põltsamaa teatri Ellunäod lavastus "Rasputin" (lav. Ain Saviauk) ning rahvusvahelisel teatrifestivalil Baltoscandal 2008 esietendunud projekt "50 Lovely Ways to Die" (lav. Kaja Kann, Juha Valkeapää)

  18. NEITSYTMATKA BIBLIOGRAFIOIDEN MAAILMAAN JÄÄVUORIA VÄISTELLEN : Bibliografia Titanic-tietoteoksista

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    Posio, Paula

    2016-01-01

    Titanic on saavuttanut myyttiset mittasuhteet reilussa sadassa vuodessa. Onnettomuus oli merenkulun historiassa poikkeuksellinen ja yhden aikakauden loppu. Titanicista ja onnettomuudesta on selvittämättä paljon asioita, ja osa jääneekin mysteeriksi. Lisäksi tutkijat taistelevat aikaa vastaan monessa asiassa. Nämä seikat saavat tutkijat edelleen tutkimaan aihetta eri puolilta. Tämä opinnäytetyö on toiminnallinen opinnäytetyö, jossa on laadittu Titanic-tutkija Juha Peltoselle bibliografia e...

  19. HAAGA-HELIAN tietojenkäsittelyn ja liiketalouden koulutusohjelmien aloittelevien ja lopettelevien opiskelijoiden suhtautuminen tietoturvaan internetin sosiaalisessa kanssakäymisessä

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    Hirvonen, Juha

    2009-01-01

    Tekijät Juha Hirvonen Ryhmä TIKO04 Opinnäytetyön nimi HAAGA-HELIAN tietojenkäsittelyn ja liiketalouden koulutusohjelmien aloittelevien ja lopettelevien opiskelijoiden suhtautuminen tietoturvaan internetin sosiaalisessa kanssakäymisessä Sivu- ja liitesivumäärä 65 + 27 Ohjaajat Titta Ahlberg Tietoturvasta puhutaan eri medioissa ja kehotetaan varomaan erilaisia vaaroja, huolehtien tietoturvasta. Tämä on ymmärrettävää, koska ihmisillä on henkilökohtaisia tieto...

  20. Kohti elokuvallista ajattelua : virtuaalisen todellisen ontologia Gilles Deleuzen ja Jean-Luc Godardin elokuvakäsityksissä

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    Oravala, Juha

    2008-01-01

    Juha Oravala tarkastelee tutkimuksessaan yhteyttä ranskalaisen filosofin Gilles Deleuzen (1925–1995) elokuvalle ominaisten liikkeen ja ajan kategorioille rakentuvan monijakoisen todellisuuskäsityksen sekä ranskalaisen elokuvaohjaaja Jean-Luc Godardin tutkivan elokuvakäsityksen välillä.Aikaisempi elokuvateoria painotti laajalti tekijälähtöistä näkökulmaa. Sen yksi vallitseva tulkinnallinen totuus oli, että tekijä pyrkii ilmaisemaan elokuvien kautta sisäistä kokemusmaailmaansa ja sisäistä puhet...

  1. ISOLDE at the turn of the millennium

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    CERN. Geneva

    2014-01-01

    At the transition to the twenty first century ISOLDE was undergoing a major upgrade from a very successful low-energy radioactive ion beam facility towards a new era of nuclear structure studies employing accelerated radioactive beams [1]. The first accelerated beam was obtained in November 2001 when REX-ISOLDE produced a 2.2 MeV/u beam of 26Na ions. Additionally, the ISOLDE complex was made particularly attractive facility due to other break-through developments in the fields of laser ion sources and ion traps. Some highlights from the years 1999 to 2002 during my time as a group leader will be presented. 1. Juha Äystö, CERN’s longest serving experimental facility, in Physics Reports 403 (2004) 459

  2. The Arabidopsis P4-ATPase ALA3 requires a ß-subunit to function in phospholipid translocation and secretory vesicle formation

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    Lopez Marques, Rosa Laura

    The Arabidopsis P4-ATPase ALA3 requires a ß-subunit to function in phospholipid translocation and secretory vesicle formation   Lisbeth R. Poulsen1, Rosa L. López-Marqués1, Stephen C. McDowell2, Juha Okkeri3, Dirk Licht3, Alexander Schulz1, Thomas Pomorski3,  Jeffrey F. Harper2, and Michael G....... Palmgren1 1Centre for Membrane Pumps in Cells and Disease - PUMPKIN, Danish National Research Foundation, Department of Plant Biology, University of Copenhagen, DK-1871 Frederiksberg C, Denmark 2Biochemistry Department MS200, University of Nevada Reno, NV 89557, USA 3Humboldt-University Berlin, Faculty...... and in inducing membrane curvature, which is a requirement for vesicle formation. We show that Aminophospholipid ATPase3 (ALA3), a member of the P4-ATPase subfamily in the plant Arabidopsis thaliana, localizes to the Golgi apparatus and that genetic lesions of ALA3 result in impaired growth of roots and shoots...

  3. The Structure and Molecular Parameters of Camphene Determined by Fourier Transform Microwave Spectroscopy and Quantum Chemical Calculations

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    Neeman, Elias M.; Dréan, Pascal; Huet, T. R.

    2016-06-01

    The emission of volatile organic compounds, from plants has strong revelance for plant physiology, plant ecology and atmospheric chemistry. Camphene (C10H16) is a bicyclic monoterpene which is emitted in the atmosphere by biogenic sources. The structure of the unique stable conformer was optimized using density functional theory and ab initio calculations. The rotational spectrum of camphene was recorded in a supersonic jet expansion with a Fourier transform microwave spectrometer over the range 2-20 GHz. Signals from the parent species and from the ten 13C isotopomers were observed in natural abundance. The rotational and centrifugal distortion parameters were fitted to a Watson's Hamiltonian in the A-reduction. A magnetic hyperfine structure associated with the pairs of hydrogen nuclei in the methylene groups was observed and modeled.The rotational constants coupled to the equilibrium structure calculations were used to determine the r_0 and the r_m(1) gas-phase geometries of the carbon skeleton. The present work provides the first spectroscopic characterization of camphene in the gas phase and these results are also relevant for ozonolysis kinetics study through Criegee intermediates. R. Baraldi, F. Rapparini, O. Facini, D. Spano and P. Duce, Journal of Mediterranean Ecology, Vol.6, No.1, (2005). A. Bracho-Nunez, N. M. Knothe, S. Welter, M. Staudt, W. R. Costa, M. A. R. Liberato, M. T. F. Piedade, and J. Kesselmeier Biogeosciences, 10, 5855-5873, (2013). Minna Kivimäenpää, Narantsetseg Magsarjav, Rajendra Ghimire, Juha-Matti Markkanen, Juha Heijari, Martti Vuorinen and Jarmo K. Holopainen, Atmospheric Environment, 60, 477-485, (2012). R.C. de M. Oliveira and G. F. Bauerfeldt, J. Phys. Chem. A, 119 2802-2812 (2015)

  4. Demonstration of the 500 kW stoker burning system; 500 kW stokeripolttojaerjestelmaen demonstrointi

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    Oravainen, H [VTT Energy, Jyvaeskylae (Finland); Kantalainen, K [Hoegfors Laempoe Oy, Saarijaervi (Finland)

    1996-12-31

    The objective of the project is to demonstrate the operation of a 500 kW stoker-burning system in practice. The project is continuation of the previous projects of the Bioenergy research programme, 303 - Development of automatic heating system for wood chips and sod peat, carried out by VTT Energy, and Y301 - Development of heating boiler for wood chips and sod peat, carried out by Hoegfors Laempoe Oy. A 500 kW (nominal power) stoker-burner was constructed on the basis of the results of these projects. The burner was mounted on ETNA 500 bioenergy boiler. Screw-feeders, constructed by Maamiehen Saehkoe Oy, were used as fuel feeding system. Maamiehen Saehkoe Oy delivered also the automation system for the combustion equipment. Combustion air pre-heater was mounted on the boiler for promotion of the combustion of moist fuel. Testing of the equipment was carried out at the laboratory of VTT Energy in Jyvaeskylae in October-November 1994. In December 1994 the equipment was transported to Jalasjaervi, to heating station of the farmer Juha Jyrae. The actual heat generation started in the beginning of February 1995, when the greenhouses started to require heating. Sod peat has been used as the fuel. VTT Energy has carried out the efficiency and emission measurements in the heating station with sod peat in March 1995, and with reed canary grass in autumn 1995. The energy generation and fuel consumption have been followed all the time

  5. Demonstration of the 500 kW stoker burning system; 500 kW stokeripolttojaerjestelmaen demonstrointi

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    Oravainen, H. [VTT Energy, Jyvaeskylae (Finland); Kantalainen, K. [Hoegfors Laempoe Oy, Saarijaervi (Finland)

    1995-12-31

    The objective of the project is to demonstrate the operation of a 500 kW stoker-burning system in practice. The project is continuation of the previous projects of the Bioenergy research programme, 303 - Development of automatic heating system for wood chips and sod peat, carried out by VTT Energy, and Y301 - Development of heating boiler for wood chips and sod peat, carried out by Hoegfors Laempoe Oy. A 500 kW (nominal power) stoker-burner was constructed on the basis of the results of these projects. The burner was mounted on ETNA 500 bioenergy boiler. Screw-feeders, constructed by Maamiehen Saehkoe Oy, were used as fuel feeding system. Maamiehen Saehkoe Oy delivered also the automation system for the combustion equipment. Combustion air pre-heater was mounted on the boiler for promotion of the combustion of moist fuel. Testing of the equipment was carried out at the laboratory of VTT Energy in Jyvaeskylae in October-November 1994. In December 1994 the equipment was transported to Jalasjaervi, to heating station of the farmer Juha Jyrae. The actual heat generation started in the beginning of February 1995, when the greenhouses started to require heating. Sod peat has been used as the fuel. VTT Energy has carried out the efficiency and emission measurements in the heating station with sod peat in March 1995, and with reed canary grass in autumn 1995. The energy generation and fuel consumption have been followed all the time

  6. Stimmen des Leis, schillernde Gewebe / Christoph Schlüren

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    Schlüren, Christoph

    1995-01-01

    Baltische Werke für Streichorchester: Vol. 1: Balakauskas: Ostrobothnian Symphony, Vasks: Symphonie "Stimmen", Narbutaite: Opus Lugubre; Vol. 2: Kutavicius: Nothern Gates, Vasks: Cantabile, Tüür: Insula Deserta, Rekasius: Music for strings, Werke von Urbaitis und Juozapaitis; Ostrobothnian Chamber Orchestra, Dirigent: Juha Kangas; Finlandia / east-west CD-s 4509-97892-2 und 4509-97893-2. Vasks: Cantabile, Englischhorn-Konzert, Botschaft, Musica dolorosa, Lauda; Riga Philarmonic Orchestra, Dirigent: Kriss Rusmanis; Confer / BMG 75605-51236-2. Eller: Morgenrot, Abendrot, 5 Stücke für Streicher, Geister, Im Schatten und im Sonnenlicht, Elegia; Estonian Symphony Orchestra, Dirigent: Peeter Lilje; Forte FD 0020/2. Tubin: 11. Symphonie, Elegie für Streicher, Raid: 2. Symphonie; Estnisches Staatliches Symphonieorchester, Dirigent: Arvo Volmer; Koch 3-7291-2 H1. Sumera: Symphonien 1-3; Malmö Symphony Orchestra, Dirigent: Paavo Järvi; BIS/Disco-Center 660. Sumera: Klavierkonzert, 4. Symphonie, Musica tenera; Malmö Symphony Orchestra, Dirigent: Paavo Järvi; BIS/Disco-Center 690. Tormis: Werke für Männerchor; Estnischer Nationaler Männerchor, Dirigent: Olev Oja; Forte CDs FD 0011/2 und FD 0019/2 Tutvustatakse uusi heliplaate Baltimaade heliloojate loomingust.

  7. The final story on the ALA3/ALIS1 complex

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    The final story on the ALA3/ALIS1 complex. Lisbeth R. Poulsena, Rosa L. López-Marquésa, Alexander Schultza, Stephen C. McDowellb, Juha Okkeric, Dirk Lichtc, Thomas Pomorskic,  Jeffrey F. Harperb, and Michael G. Palmgrena,1 aCentre for Membrane Pumps in Cells and Disease - PUMPKIN, Danish National......).              Through a database search we have previously identified five Cdc50p/Lem3p homologues in Arabidopsis (ALIS1-5 for ALA Interacting Subunit)..We investigated the capacity of ALA3, alone and in combination with expressed ALIS proteins, to functionally complement a battery of yeast mutants carrying deletions...... in endogenous P4-ATPases. Our results indicated that ALIS1 functions as a true ß-subunit for the Arabidopsis putative flippase ALA3, being required for ATP-dependent phospholipid transport and for genetic complementation of the yeast P4-ATPase gene Drs2, which is involved in vesicle budding from the late Golgi...

  8. Time of uplift and thermal history of the Papuan Fold-belt -implications for hydrocarbon potential

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    Hill, K.C.

    1987-01-01

    Apatite fission track analysis of 35 Mesozoic sandstone and basement samples from outcrop, core and cuttings from the Papuan Fold-Belt(PFB) has demonstrated that the rocks throughout the fold-belt were uplifted close to 4.0±0.5 Ma. With increasing temperature, fission tracks in apatite crystals are progressively annealed, becoming shorter and less abundant, therefore giving a reduced apparent age. At temperatures of 100 deg.C. - 130 deg.C. the track damage is repaired (complete annealing). A typical partial annealing zone is illustrated. By comparing the annealing curves of the various stratigraphic sections with the idealized partial annealing zone curve, it is possible to determine the thermal maturity of each section, shown by the relative depths of burial of the Toro sandstone, the main hydrocarbon reservoir. Determining depth of burial assumes a consistent temperature gradient throughout the PFB, but increased thermal maturity could also be caused by higher local heat flow. From this analysis it is inferred that in the western PFB the rocks were more deeply buried, so would have generated gas-condensate, whilst shallower burial to the east allowed oil generation. This concurs with the gas-condensate at Juha, in the west, and oil at Iagifu, in the east. 4 refs

  9. Influence of the focal point position on the properties of a laser-produced plasma

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    Kasperczuk, A.; Pisarczyk, T.; Badziak, J.; Miklaszewski, R.; Parys, P.; Rosinski, M.; Wolowski, J.; Stenz, CH.; Ullschmied, J.; Krousky, E.; Masek, K.; Pfeifer, M.; Rohlena, K.; Skala, J.; Pisarczyk, P.

    2007-01-01

    This paper deals with investigations of the influence of the focusing lens focal point position on the properties of a plasma produced by a defocused laser beam. The experiment was carried out at the Prague Asterix Laser System iodine laser [K. Jungwirth, A. Cejnarova, L. Juha, B. Kralikova, J. Krasa, E. Krousky, P. Krupickova, L. Laska, K. Masek, T. Mocek, M. Pfeifer, A. Prag, O. Renner, K. Rohlena, B. Rus, J. Skala, P. Straka, and J. Ullschmied, Phys. Plasmas 8, 2495 (2001)] by using the third harmonic of laser radiation (λ=0.438 μm), laser energy of 70 J, pulse duration of 250 ps (full width at half-maximum), and beam spot radii of 250 and 400 μm. Cu and Ta were chosen as target materials. The experimental data were obtained by means of a three-frame interferometric system, ion collectors, and crater replica techniques. The reported results allow formulating an important hypothesis that the laser-produced plasma modifies strongly the laser intensity distribution. It is shown how such a modification depends on the relative position and distance of the focal point to the target surface. Of particular importance is whether the focal point is located inside or in front of the target. The irradiation geometry is crucial for the possibility of generating plasma jets by laser radiation. Well-formed jet-like plasma structures can be created if an initially homogeneous laser intensity distribution is transformed in the plasma to an annular one

  10. Methods of geodiversity assessment and theirs application

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    Zwoliński, Zbigniew; Najwer, Alicja; Giardino, Marco

    2016-04-01

    environment is based on geodiversity indexes. Burnett et al. (1998) and Nichols et al. (1998) used Shanon-Weaver diversity index but without success. Most studies that use geodiversity indexes are based on a concept originally published by Serrano, Ruiz-Flaño (2007), later developed by others, e.g. Serrano et al. (2009), Hjort, Luoto (2010), Pellitero et al. (2010, 2014), Comanescu, Nedelea (2012), Kot (2012), Silva et al. (2013), Martinez-Grana et al. 2015). Geodiversity value can also be assessed using techniques of quantitative and qualitative point bonitation method and its modifications (Kot 2005 a, b, c, 2006 a, b, 2014, Jačková, Romportl 2008, Kot, Smidt 2010, Zwoliński, Stachowiak 2012, Pereira et al. 2013). Highly promising results of the geodiversity assessments may also provide statistical modeling, more precisely generalized additive models (GAM) (Hjort, Luoto 2012, Hjort et al. 2012). Methods of geodiversity assessment may be recognised as direct and indirect (Pellitero et al. 2014). Direct methods are used to geodiversity value computation of soils, rocks, types of landforms, etc. Their application allows to obtain more accurate results and the same calculation is much simpler, although their usage is much more labor intensive (Pellitero et al. 2014), and often considerably more expensive. The use of these indicators for the assessment of broad scale areas is quite breakneck and their universality due to the fact limited. Indirect methods are not identifying features internally different, but some favorable conditions for the occurrence and intensification of the processes that usually generate diversity of the abiotic components and consequently the landforms. The biggest advantage of using indirect methods is time and money saving, resulting from the reduction to the minimum of field work. Usually source data acquisition (satellite imagery, digital elevation models or point clouds) is as well much cheaper, but unfortunately their correct preprocessing and

  11. AHP 5: A Tibetan Girl's Hair Changing Ritual

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    Full Text Available This is a remarkably careful study of a little known Tibetan coming-of-age ritual as still practiced in rural Amdo, Qinghai Province, China. Structural analysis is complemented by a case study based on observations, interviews, recordings, and authentic folklore material in the original language. Pictures, tables, and a glossary complete the work. This is field anthropology at its best. Juha Janhunen, Professor of East Asian Languages and Cultures, University of Helsinki The achievements of this book are many: it is analytically rigorous, rich in contextualized detail, and fascinating in subject matter. The authors' diverse backgrounds and strengths are manifested throughout this truly collaborative work which follows a major rite of passage in the life of a thirteen year-old Tibetan girl. For all scholars of Tibetan culture and society, and for any student of ethnography interested in learning how to thoroughly document a ritual, this book will be of great interest and lasting use. Mark Turin Director, Digital Himalaya Project & World Oral Literature Project, University of Cambridge This is an important contribution to Tibetan ethnography. The study is based on careful fieldwork, analysis, introduction, and translation of relevant myths and literary compositions, and comprehensive description of core components of Tibetan community life. The value of the work is that the study of a distinctively Tibetan women's ritual is accurately and fully presented in its own context. It is a unique record of an endangered tradition. Paul K Nietupski, John Carroll University This study has great value in examining in detail the coming-of-age ritual of girls in a single Tibetan village, thus providing a window through which to better view and understand community-based life, which is soon to change in the face of China-wide modernization. Huadan Zhaxi, Humbolt University

  12. Space geodiversity review: a case study in the southwestern region of Paraná State, Brazil.

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    Manosso, Fernando; Tauana Basso, Bruna; Alcindo Da Roza, Douglas; Souza dos Santos, Daniel

    2015-04-01

    Considering the strong global concern for nature protection, improvements emerge to support techniques to understand physical and biological means of selecting areas for environmental conservation. Most techniques take into consideration mainly the biological characteristics of nature, however as the nature is a complex of biotic and abiotic elements it becomes thus necessary the creation of parameters to understand the diversity of abiotic elements, their distribution, occurrence, threats and values as well. This paper aims to identify, quantify and perform a spatial analysis of the distribution of geodiversity in the southwestern region of Paraná State, Brazil, from the different concepts of geodiversity with the use of techniques on digital cartographic database in a Geographic Information System - GIS. Gray (2004) conceptualized geodiversity as the natural distribution of geology, including rocks, minerals, fossils, soil characteristics, land forms and processes (geomorphology), and their connections. Geodiversity is composed by the variability of abiotic nature, including lithological elements, tectonic, geomorphological, edaphic, hydrological, topographical and physical processes of the Earth surface, seas, oceans, together with natural endogenous, exogenous and anthropogenic processes that include a diversity of particles, elements and places (Serrano and Ruiz Flaño, 2007). Different methods of quantitative assessment of geodiversity in different territories were applied by Carcavilla et al (2007), Pellitero and González-Amuchastegui (2010), Navarro (2010), Katerina and Dušan (2008), Serrano et al (2007; 2009), Kozlowski (2010), Zwolinski and Stachowiak (2012), Thomas (2012), Hjort and Luoto (2010; 2012), Pellitero et al (2014), and Silva (2014). Considering geodiversity as the abiotic elements which constitute the landscape; it is important to mention that such set may vary spatially according to the occurrence of different geological formations, rock

  13. Cost-effectiveness of routine measuring of serum drug concentrations and anti-drug antibodies in treatment of rheumatoid arthritis patients with TNF-α blockers

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    Full Text Available Juha Laine,1 T Sakari Jokiranta,2,3 Kari K Eklund,4,5 Merja Väkeväinen,1 Kari Puolakka6 1Pfizer Oy, Helsinki, 2United Medix Laboratories Ltd, Espoo, 3Research Programs Unit, Immunobiology, 4Department of Rheumatology, University of Helsinki, 5Helsinki University Central Hospital, Helsinki, 6Department of Medicine, South Karelia, Finland Abstract: Monitoring of anti-drug antibodies (ADAbs or serum concentrations of biologicals in treatment of rheumatoid arthritis could provide an explanation for a loss of efficacy and help in the choice of subsequent medication. Current clinical practices do not generally include such monitoring of tumor necrosis factor (TNF-α blockers on a routine basis. The main aims of this study were to estimate the probabilities of optimal and nonoptimal treatment decisions if infliximab or adalimumab drug trough level (DL and ADAbs are tested or not in rheumatoid arthritis, and to model cost-effectiveness of performing such monitoring on a routine basis. Data on DLs and ADAbs concentrations were obtained in Finland from clinically requested monitoring analyses of 486 and 1,137 samples from patients on adalimumab and infliximab, respectively. DL was within the target range in 42% of samples from adalimumab- and 50.4% of infliximab-treated patients. ADAbs were detected in approximately 20% and 13.5% of samples from adalimumab- and infliximab-treated patients, respectively. ADAbs were found in 52.3% and 41.3% of those with low adalimumab or infliximab DLs, respectively. The monitoring data were incorporated into probabilities for making the optimal treatment decision. Economic impact of clinical decision-making was modeled in a short-term (3–6 months scenario with 100 hypothetical patients. In the model, the combined measurement of DLs and ADAbs was cost-saving compared to the nontesting scenario when the monitoring results affected the treatment decision in at least 2–5 of 100 patients, a proportion which is easily

  14. Establishment of IAEA knowledge of integrity of the geological repository boundaries and disposed spent fuel assemblies in the context of the Finnish geological repository. Experts' Group meeting Report on Task JNT/C 1204 of the Member States' Support Programme to IAEA Safeguards

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    Okko, O.

    2004-05-01

    become a nuclear facility under construction. The working groups reports are presented in the Annexes of this report as discussed at Rauma and edited afterwards. The content of this report reflects the professional competence of the participants. The Executive summary was generated at the meeting. The drafting of the report was carried out mainly by Mr. Bruce Moran and Ian Upshall (Baseline requirements and knowledge-base development, Annex 3) and Tapani Honkamaa (Nuclear Material Characterization, Annex 4). This report was compiled finally by Mr. Juha Rautjaervi and Olli Okko according to the comments received from all of the participants. (orig.)

  15. FOREWORD: The 70th birthday of Professor Stig Stenholm The 70th birthday of Professor Stig Stenholm

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    Suominen, Kalle-Antti

    2010-09-01

    It is not easy to assess, or even to describe correctly a long and distinguished career that started about the time when I was born. In 1964 Stig Stenholm got both an engineering degree at the Helsinki University of Technology (HUT), and an MSc degree (in Mathematics) at the University of Helsinki. The two degrees demonstrate Stig's ability to understand both complex mathematics and experimental physics. Statistical physics or rather, quantum liquids, was the field in which Stig got his DPhil at Oxford in 1967, under the guidance of Dirk ter Haar. It is interesting that together they worked on studying fermions in a bosonic background [1]; at the time this meant, of course, 3He atoms as impurities in 4He liquid, but nowadays one would immediately connect such systems to the physics of cold atomic gases. The postdoctoral period in 1967-1968 at Yale University brought Stig in contact with Willis Lamb and laser physics [2]. Back in Finland, Stig's career in the 1970s was dominated by theoretical studies of gas lasers, especially pressure and collision effects on spectral lines and saturation spectroscopy, together with his first PhD student, Rainer Salomaa. A professorship at the University of Helsinki came in 1974, and in 1980 an important era started as Stig became the scientific director of the Research Institute for Theoretical Physics (TFT). At that time he also developed the semiclassical theory of laser cooling especially with Juha Javanainen. The laser spectroscopy work led to a textbook in 1984 [3], and the semiclassical laser cooling theory was summarized in a review article in 1986 [4]. These were not, of course, his only interests, as he also worked on free-electron lasers, ring-laser gyroscopes, multiphoton processes and quantum amplifiers. In an article written in 1990 in honour of Olli Lounasmaa [5], the founder of the famous Low Temperature Laboratory at HUT, Stig mentions that one of his most memorable achievements was acting as a bridge between the

  16. Intravitreal bevacizumab injections versus dexamethasone implant for treatment-naïve retinal vein occlusion related macular edema

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    Full Text Available Ilkka Laine,1–3 Juha-Matti Lindholm,1,2 Petteri Ylinen,1,4 Raimo Tuuminen1,2,5 1Helsinki Retina Research Group, University of Helsinki, Helsinki, 2Unit of Ophthalmology, Kymenlaakso Central Hospital, Kotka, Finland; 3Department of Automation and Electrical Engineering, Aalto University, Helsinki, Finland; 4Department of Ophthalmology, Helsinki University Hospital, Helsinki, Finland; 5The Insurance Centre, Patient Insurance Centre, Helsinki, Finland Purpose: To compare the short-term effects of three monthly intravitreal bevacizumab (IVB injections to single dexamethasone (DEX implantation in treatment-naïve patients with cystoid macular edema (CME secondary to branch (BRVO and central retinal vein occlusion (CRVO.Design: A retrospective single-center study.Subjects: A total of 135 eyes of 135 patients with BRVO (n=83 and CRVO (n=52.Methods: Changes in clinical parameters were recorded before treatment and at the first and third month after commencement of IVB (n=121 and DEX (n=14.Main outcome measures: Central retinal thickness (CRT, intraocular pressure (IOP, and best-corrected visual acuity (BCVA.Results: The baseline parameters were comparable between IVB and DEX groups. After the first month, CRT decreased by 131.3±42.9 µm in IVB and by 266.9±48.3 µm in DEX (mean ± SEM; p=0.047. IOP change was –0.29±0.39 mmHg in IVB and +3.70±2.34 mmHg in DEX (p=0.005. IOP elevation to ≥25 mmHg and ≥5 mmHg from the baseline was observed in two of the DEX- and in none of the IVB-treated eyes (p=0.010. After the third month, no differences regarding CRT and IOP were observed between the treatment modalities. Moreover, BCVA gain was comparable between IVB (0.37±0.05 logarithm of minimum angle of resolution [logMAR] units and DEX (0.33±0.30 logMAR units groups.Conclusion: DEX was associated with faster resolution of CME, but had greater probability for short-term IOP elevation when compared to IVB. After the third month, treatments were

  17. Feeding the Monster

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    2005-10-01

    central network of filamentary structures spiralling down to the centre. "Our analysis of the VLT/NACO images of NGC 1097 shows that these filaments end up at the very centre of the galaxy", says co-author Juha Reunanen from ESO. "This network closely resembles those seen in computer models", adds co-worker Witold Maciejewski from the University of Oxford, UK. "The nuclear filaments revealed in the NACO images are the tracers of cold dust and gas being channelled towards the centre to eventually ignite the AGN." The astronomers also note that the curling of the spiral pattern in the innermost 300 light-years seem indeed to confirm the presence of a super-massive black hole in the centre of NGC 1097. Such a black hole in the centre of a galaxy causes the nuclear spiral to wind up as it approaches the centre, while in its absence the spiral would be unwinding as it moves closer to the centre. An image of NGC 1097 and its small companion, NGC 1097A, was taken in December 2004, in the presence of Chilean President Lagos with the VIMOS instrument on ESO's Very Large Telescope (VLT). It is available as ESO PR Photo 35d/04. More information This ESO Press Photo is based on research published in the October issue of Astronomical Journal, vol. 130, p. 1472 ("Feeding the Monster: The Nucleus of NGC 1097 at Subarcsecond Scales in the Infrared with the Very Large Telescope", by M. Almudena Prieto, Witold Maciejewski, and Juha Reunanen).

  18. The Effect of Pollution on Newly-Formed Particle Composition in Boreal Forest

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    Vaattovaara, Petri

    2010-05-01

    Petri Vaattovaara (1), Tuukka Petäjä (2), Jorma Joutsensaari (1), Pasi Miettinen (1), Boris Zaprudin (1,6), Aki Kortelainen (1), Juha Heijari (3,7), Pasi Yli-Pirilä (3), Pasi Aalto (2), Doug R. Worsnop (4), and Ari Laaksonen(1,5) (1) University of Eastern Finland, Finland (2) University of Helsinki, Finland (3) University of Eastern Finland, Finland (4) Aerodyne Research Inc., USA (5) Finnish Meteorological Institute, Finland (6) Currently at University of Turku, Finland (7) Currently at Maritime Research Centre, Finland Email address of the Corresponding author: Petri.Vaattovaara@uef.fi The geographical extent of the tropical, temperate and boreal forests is about 30% of the Earth's land surface. Those forests are located around the world in different climate zones effecting widely on atmospheric composition via new particle formation. The Boreal forests solely cover one third of the forests extent and are one of the largest vegetation environments, forming a circumpolar band throughout the northern hemisphere continents, with a high potential to affect climate processes [1]. In order to more fully understand the possible climatic effects of the forests, the properties of secondary organic aerosols (SOA) in varying conditions (e.g. a change in meteorological parameters or in the concentrations of biogenic and antropogenic trace gases) need to be better known. In this study, we applied the UFO-TDMA (ultrafine organic tandem differential mobility analyzer [2]) and the UFH-TDMA (ultrafine hygroscopicity tandem differential mobility analyzer [3]) methods parallel to shed light on the evolution of the nucleation and Aitken mode particle compositions (via physic-chemical properties) at a virgin boreal forest site in varying conditions. The measurements were carried out at Hyytiälä forest station in Northern Europe (Finland) during 15 spring nucleation events. We also carried out a statistical analysis using linear correlations in order to explain the variability in

  19. Emissions from animal husbandry. Greenhouse gases, environmental assessment, state of the art; Emissionen der Tierhaltung. Treibhausgase, Umweltbewertung, Stand der Technik

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    Within the KTBL conference (KTBL = Board of trustees for technology and construction science in the field of agriculture, Darmstadt, Federal Republic of Germany) from 6th to 8th December, 2011, in the monastery Banz, Bad Staffelstein (Federal Republic of Germany), the following lectures were held: (1) Development and environmental impacts of livestock production worldwide (Harald Menzl); (2) Methods to assess environmental aspects of livestock (Hayo van der Werf); (3) Methological aspects of environmental assessment of livestock production by Life Cycle Assessment (Lorie Hamelin); (4) Life Cycle Assessment of milk production systems (Gerard Gaillard); (5) Environmental impact assessment of beef production systems demonstrated for greenhouse gases (Monika Ziehetmeier); (6) Environmental impact assessment of pig production systems in Europe - From land use to feed efficiency (Ingrid Strid); (7) Envionmental impact assessment of egg production systems in Europe as seen from the United Kingdom (Adrian Willias); (8) Environmental impacts and improvement options of chicken meat production (Juha-Matti Katajajuuri); (9) Greenhouse gas emissions from livestock farming (Annette Freibauer); (10) Methane and nitrous oxide emissions from livestock manure: The scientific basis (Soeren O. Petersen); (11) Strategic measures to influence methane emissions from livestock (Michael Kreuzer); (12) Enteric methane production - Results from respiration chambers (Michael Derno); (13) Greenhouse gas emissions from cattle housing systems (Inga Schiefler); (14) Towards reduced methane from grass-based Irish milk production systems (Eva Lewis); (15) Greenhouse gas emissions from pig housing (Knut-Haakan Jeppsson); (16) Greenhouse gas emissions from poultry housings and manure management: inventory and update of emission factors (Peter Groot Koerkamp); (17) Greenhouse gas emissions from the storage of liquid and solid manure and abatement strategies (Lena Rodhe); (18) Nitrous oxide emissions

  20. MIRAS characterization and monitoring during the SMOS In-Orbit Commissioning Phase

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    Corbella, I.; Torres, F.; Martin-Neira, M.; Duffo, N.; González-Gambau, V.; Camps, A.; Vall-Llossera, M.

    2009-04-01

    for the in-orbit commissioning phase. The tool can ingest raw data from the electronic ground support equipment (EGSE) developed by the instrument manufacturer and also from the nominal level 0 data provided by the SMOS ground segment data acquisition system. The software classifies the input data and applies the calibration procedures to produce calibrated visibility and brightness temperature. Most of the intermediate results, including raw data and calibration parameters, are saved in files for further analysis and processing. The processing has been optimized for speed so that the results are produced in near real time and it is designed to process large amount of data in a continuous way. Finally, the tool includes a user-friendly graphics interface that allows selecting specific data according to different parameters (baselines or receivers, modes of operation or others). 4 Conclusions During the SMOS In-Orbit Commissioning Phase, a number of tests will be carried out in order to check the payload MIRAS operation and fully characterize it in terms of data consistency and calibration parameters. The UPC team is in charge of analyzing the data and develop the procedures to verify that the final data meets the required specifications. The procedures for this have been summarized and will be presented at the conference in more detail. References [1] Michael Brown, "SMOS in-orbit commissioning phase plan," Tech. Rep. SO-PL-ESA-SYS-5505, issue 1.1, ESA-ESTEC, The Netherlands, 8 August 2008. [2] Ignasi Corbella, Francesc Torres, Nuria Duffo, Manuel Martín-Neira, Verónica González, Adriano Camps, and Mercè Vall-llossera, "MIRAS ground characterization," in 10th Specialist Meeting on Microwave Radiometry and Remote Sensing of the Environment - Rad 2008, Florence, Italy, 11-14 March 2008, Istituto di Fisica Applicata "N.Carrara" (IFAC-CNR), pp. 1-4. [3] Manuel Martín-Neira, Martin Suess, and Juha Kainulainen, "The flat target transformation," IEEE Transactions on

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    hypoallergenic variant of the major peanut allergen Ara h 2 for allergen-specific immunotherapy Angelika Tscheppe, Dieter Palmberger, Merima Bublin, Christian Radauer, Chiara Palladino, Barbara Gepp, Nina Lengger, Reingard Grabherr, Heimo Breiteneder P36 Mutagenesis of amino acids critical for calcium-binding leads to the generation of a hypoallergenic Phl p 7 variant Marianne Raith, Linda Sonnleitner, Doris Zach, Konrad Woroszylo, Margit Focke-Tejkl, Herbert Wank, Thorsten Graf, Annette Kuehn, Ines Swoboda P37 Are birch pollen allergen immunotherapy induced blocking antibodies protective for cross-reactive allergens? Claudia Asam, Sara Huber, Heidi Hofer, Roland Lang, Thomas Hawranek, Fátima Ferreira, Michael Wallner P38 High success of 58 subcutaneous immunotherapy for pets allergy in a polyallergic cohort of patients: a component resolved individually adapted treatment (CRIAT Fabienne Gay-Crosier P39 Neutrophils are potential antigen presenting cells in IgE- mediated allergy Dominika Polak, Birgit Nagl, Claudia Kitzmüller, Barbara Bohle P40 Characterization of allergen-specific CD8+ T cells in type I allergy Nazanin Samadi, Claudia Kitzmüller, Rene Geyeregger, Barbara Bohle, Beatrice Jahn-Schmid Poster Session 5: Molecular and cellular diagnostic tests P41 Nanofluidic-based biosensors allow quantification of total circulating IgE from a drop of blood in 5 minutes Aurélie Buchwalder, Ariel Gomez, Fabien Rebeaud, Iwan Märki P42 Allergen microarray for the analysis of serum IgE binding profile and allergenic activity Jaana Haka, Liisa Hattara, Marika Heikkinen, Merja H Niemi, Juha Rouvinen, Petri Saviranta, Pekka Mattila, Kristiina Takkinen, Marja-Leena Laukkanen P43 Generation of a well-characterized panel of periplaneta americana allergens for component resolved diagnosis Stephanie Eichhorn, Isabel Pablos, Bianca Kastner, Bettina Schweidler, Sabrina Wildner, Peter Briza, Jung-Won Park, Naveen Arora, Stefan Vieths, Gabriele Gadermaier, Fatima Ferreira P44 Improved

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    2004-08-01

    the development of SINFONI for nearly 7 years. Some of the members of the Commissioning Teams are depicted in PR Photos 24g/04 and 24h/04; in addition to the SPIFFI team members present on the second photo, Walter Bornemann, Reinhard Genzel, Hans Gemperlein, Stefan Huber have also been working on the reintegration/commissioning in Paranal. Notes [1] This press release is issued in coordination between ESO, the Max-Planck-Institute for Extraterrestrial Physics (MPE) in Garching, Germany, and the Nederlandse Onderzoekschool Voor Astronomie in Leiden, The Netherlands. A German version is available at http://www.mpg.de/bilderBerichteDokumente/dokumentation/pressemitteilungen/2004/pressemitteilung20040824/index.html and a Dutch version at http://www.astronomy.nl/inhoud/pers/persberichten/30_08_04.html. [2] The SINFONI team consists of Roberto Abuter, Andrew Baker, Walter Bornemann, Ric Davies, Frank Eisenhauer (SPIFFI Principal Investigator), Hans Gemperlein, Reinhard Genzel (MPE Director), Andrea Gilbert, Armin Goldbrunner, Matthew Horrobin, Stefan Huber, Christof Iserlohe, Matthew Lehnert, Werner Lieb, Dieter Lutz, Nicole Nesvadba, Claudia Röhrle, Jürgen Schreiber, Linda Tacconi, Matthias Tecza, Niranjan Thatte, Harald Weisz (Max-Planck-Institut für Extraterrestrische Physik, Garching, Germany), Anthony Brown, Paul van der Werf (NOVA, Leiden, The Netherlands), Eddy Elswijk, Johan Pragt, Jan Kragt, Gabby Kroes, Ton Schoenmaker, Rik ter Horst (ASTRON, Dwingeloo, The Netherlands), Henri Bonnet (SINFONI Project Manager), Roberto Castillo, Ralf Conzelmann, Romuald Damster, Bernard Delabre, Christophe Dupuy, Robert Donaldson, Christophe Dumas, Enrico Fedrigo, Gert Finger, Gordon Gillet, Norbert Hubin (Head of Adaptive Optics Dept.), Andreas Kaufer, Franz Koch, Johann Kolb, Andrea Modigliani, Guy Monnet (Head of Telescope Systems Division), Chris Lidman, Jochen Liske, Jean Louis Lizon, Markus Kissler-Patig (SINFONI Instrument Scientist), Jerome Paufique, Juha Reunanen