Sample records for UEBERWACHUNGSNETZ (monitoring network)
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Wireless Sensor Network for Long-term Structural Health Monitoring of Buildings and Infrastructures

Bartholmai, M.; Koppe, E.; International Society for Structural Health Monitoring of Intelligent Infrastructure
2009-01-01

German National Library of Science and Technology (GetInfo) (German)

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Poverty and Food Security Monotoring in Cambodia Linking Programmes and Poor People's Interests to Policies

Weingärtner, Lioba; Fiebiger, Markus; Höltge, Kristin; Schulmeister, Anke; Strele, Martin; Were, Jaqueline

DRIVER (German)

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Managing Urban Disaster Risk: Analysis and Adaptation Frameworks for Integrated Settlement Development Programming for the Urban Poor

Wamsler, Christine

The damage caused by the dramatic worldwide increase in ‘natural’ disasters is staggering, with the poor in developing countries being most at risk. Disasters make their already precarious living conditions worse, creating a vicious circle of poverty from which they find it hard to escape. To achiev...

DRIVER (German)

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Environmental stress in German forests; assessment of critical deposition levels and their exceedances and meteorological stress for crown condition monitoring sites in Germany

Klap, J.M.; Reinds, G.J.; Bleeker, A.; Vries, W., de

Site-specific estimations of meteorological stress and atmospheric deposition were made for the systematic 8 x 8 km2 forest condition monitoring network in Germany for the years 1987-1995. Winter cold and late frost were important temperature stress variables and relative transpiration was a good in...

DRIVER (German)

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ECNIS-sponsored workshop on biomarkers of exposure and cancer risk: DNA damage and DNA adduct detection and 6th GUM-32P-postlabelling workshop, German Cancer Research Center, Heidelberg, Germany, 29-30 September 2006.

Arlt, Volker M.; Frei, Eva; Schmeiser, Heinz H.

Of all the chemicals classified as carcinogenic to humans by the International Agency for Research on Cancer (IARC), 90% exert their biological effects through binding of their metabolically activated intermediates to DNA forming covalent DNA adducts. As a consequence DNA adducts are generally consi...

DRIVER (German)

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Canada's Ecological Monitoring and Assessment Network with Special Reference to Long-Term Biodiversity Monitoring

Roberts-Pichette, P.; Smithsonian Institution; Man and the Biosphere Biodiversity Program (SI/MAB); Unesco; Man and the Biosphere Programme
1998-01-01

German National Library of Science and Technology (GetInfo) (German)

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ASPECTS OF FLUID THERAPY: An experimental study of the effects of systemic inflammation, microvascular permeability, blood pressure and plasma volume

Dubniks, Maris

Adequate circulating blood volume is a prerequisite for circulatory stability. Fluid therapy aims at correcting hypovolaemia, and is an important part of the haemodynamic management of perioperative and critically ill patients. The efficacy of plasma volume substitution largely depends on the pharma...

DRIVER (German)