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Varicela: Consultas frecuentes acerca de su tratamiento y el manejo de los contactos/ Varicella: Frequent questions on treatment and recommendations for management of contacts

Cofré G, José
2008-10-01

Resumen en español El manejo de la varicela despierta, con alta frecuencia, dudas en los médicos generales y pediatras. En este artículo, el autor resume aquellas recomendaciones basadas en sólida evidencia, para tratar la varicela y prevenir la enfermedad en los contactos susceptibles de un caso índice, en diferentes situaciones clínicas. Además emite su personal punto de vista en aquellos aspectos que despiertan controversia y comúnmente son resueltos en base a la opinión de reconocidos expertos Resumen en inglés Dealing with varicella often causes doubts to general practitioners and pediatricians. In this article the author summaries guidelines based on solid evidence to treat varicella and prevent the disease in susceptible contacts in different clinical scenarios and presents his personal point of view in those controversial aspects commonly resolved by the authorized opinión of experts

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Variación espacio-temporal de Ca-Mg-Sr en el agua de goteo de la Cueva del Canelobre (Alicante): ejemplo de procesos de infiltración en ambientes kársticos semiáridos

Fernández-Cortés, A.; Cuevas-González, Jaime; Cañaveras, J. C.; Andreu, J. M.; Sánchez-Moral, S.; García del Cura, M.ª Ángeles
2007-01-01

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The expression and regulation of chick EphA7 suggests roles in limb patterning and innervation

Araujo, María; Piedra, M. Elisa; Herrera, M. Teresa; Ros, María A.; Nieto, M. Ángela
1998-11-01

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Separation or extraction method using supercritical fluids assisted by high-intensity ultrasound

Riera, Enrique; Gallego Juárez, Juan Antonio; Montoya Vitini, Fausto; Blanco Blanco, Alfonso; Mulet Pons, Antonio; Benedito Fort, José J.; Peña Cervero, Ramón; Golás Sánchez, Yolanda; Berna Prats, Ángel; Subirats Huerta, Sebastián; Blasco Piquer, Miguel; García Reverter, José
2005-06-29

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Regional-scale high-plasticity clay-bearing formation as controlling factor on landslides in Southeast Spain

Azañón, José Miguel; Azor, Antonio; Yesares, Jesús; Tsige, Meaza; Mateos, Rosa M.; Nieto, F.; Delgado, J.; López Chicano, Manuel; Martín Rosales, Wenceslao; Rodríguez-Fernández, José
2010-08-01

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Polysiloxane Softener Coatings on Plasma-Treated Wool: Study of the Surface Interactions

Canal, Cristina; Molina Mansilla, Ricardo; Bertrán, Enric; Erra Serrabasa, Pilar
2007-06-28

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Perturbative nuclear physics

Beane, Silas R.; Kaplan, David B.; Vuorinen, Aleksi
2008-12-20

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Nuevas observaciones en el Alpujárride del sector centro-occidental de la sierra de Carrascoy (Murcia). Consecuencias paleogeográficas

Sanz de Galdeano, Carlos; López-Garrido, A. C.; García-Tortosa, Francisco Juan; Delgado, F.
1997-12-30

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Nonlinear variations of the physical properties along the southern Ecuador subduction channel: Results from depth-migrated seismic data

Calahorrano, Alcinoe; Sallarès, Valentí; Collot, Jean-Yves; Sage, Françoise; Ranero, César R.
2008-03-30

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New Approach to the β→α Polymorphic Transformation in Magnesium-Substituted Tricalcium Phosphate and its Practical Implications

García Carrodeguas, Raúl; Aza Moya, Antonio H. de; Turrillas, Xavier; Pena Castro, María del Pilar; Aza Pendas, Salvador de
2009-01-01

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Nature of the lithosphere across the Variscan orogen of SW Iberia: Dense wide-angle seismic reflection data

Palomeras, Imma; Carbonell, Ramón; Flecha, I.; Simancas, José Fernando; Ayarza, P.; Matas, J.; Martínez-Poyatos, David; Azor, Antonio; González-Lodeiro, Francisco; Pérez-Estaún, Andrés
2008-02-01

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Naturaleza del contacto entre el Muschelkalk Inferior y el Muschelkalk Medio de la zona de Aiguafre da (Provincia de Barcelona)

Anadón Monzón, Pedro; Marzo Carpio, M.; Esteban Cerdà, Mateu; Pomar i Gomà, Lluís
1977-01-01

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Le rôle du Maroc comme interface migratoire, au présent

Charef, Mohammed; Cebrián, Juan A.; Bodega Fernández, María Isabel
2009-01-01

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Kondo Effect in Single Atom Contacts: The Importance of the Atomic Geometry

Vitali, Lucia; Ohmann, Robin; Stepanow, Sebastian; Gambardella, Pietro; Tao, Kun; Huang, Renzhong; Stepanyuk, Valeri S.; Bruno, Patrick; Kern, Klaus
2008-11-18

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Incidencia de tuberculosis respiratoria en la provincia de León según el sistema de notificación de enfermedades de declaración obligatoria, 1992-1999/ Incidence of Respiratory Tuberculosis in the Province of Leon According to the System for the Compulsory Reporting of Communicable Diseases, 1992-1999

Martín, Vicente; Aránzazu Alonso, María; Ramos, Julio; Otero, Arancha; Cortizo, José; Travieso, Santiago
2002-06-01

Resumen en español Fundamento: La tuberculosis continúa constituyendo un importante problema de salud pública. Conocer la incidencia, evolución y distribución de la tuberculosis declarada puede servir para valorar la influencia de las medidas de prevención y control puestas en marcha y apuntar nuevas necesidades. Métodos: Estudio retrospectivo de los casos declarados de TB pulmonar en la provincia de León, recogidos por año, Áreas de Salud (AS) y Zonas Básicas de Salud (ZBS) en el (mas) periodo comprendido entre los años 1992 a 1999, ambos inclusive. Resultados: Las tasas de incidencia media anual fueron de 40,3; 38,6 y 44,4 por 100.000 habitantes y año (10(5) h/a) para la provincia de León (PL), Área de Salud de León (ASL) y Área de Salud del Bierzo (ASB) respectivamente. El 70% fueron varones y el 30% mujeres. Las tasas específicas por sexo en la provincia de León fueron de 55,5 en los varones y 22,9 por 10(5) en las mujeres. Las tasas específicas por edad y sexo fueron similares para varones y mujeres hasta los 25 años, partir de esa edad la incidencia en los varones fue mucho mayor. La distribución de la TB pulmonar en la provincia de León fue heterogénea siendo más elevada la incidencia en zonas mineras. En el ASL hubo un predominio de casos en las edades más avanzadas de la vida y en el ASB no se encontraron diferencias entre adultos jóvenes y los mayores de 55 años. Conclusiones: La provincia de León padece una incidencia de TB superior a la estimada para España. Sería necesario intensificar los sistemas de vigilancia epidemiológica y de medidas de control como tratamientos directamente observados y estudio sistemático de contactos para conseguir una mayor efectividad en el control de esta enfermedad. Resumen en inglés Background: Tuberculosis continues to be a major public health problem. Knowing the incidence, trend and geographical spread of reported tuberculosis may serve to evaluate the prevention and control measures implemented and point to further needs. Methods: Retrospective study of the reported cases of tuberculosis in the province of Leon, broken down by years, Health Care Areas and Basic Health Care Districts for the 1992-1999 period. Results: The average annual incidence (mas) rates were 40.3, 38.6 and 44.4 per 100,000 inhabitants/year (10(5) inhabitants/year) for the province of Leon, Leon Health Care Area and Bierzo Health Care Area, respectively. Seventy percent (70%) were males and thirty percent (30%) females. The specific rates by sex in the province of Leon were 55.5 for males and 22.9 per 10(5) for females. The specific rates by age and sex were similar for males and females up to age 25, the incidence among males being much greater as of this age. The geographical spread of tuberculosis in the province of Leon was heterogeneous, the highest incidence being in mining areas. In the Leon Health Care Area, cases among the oldest adults prevailed, no differences being found among young adults and adults over age 55 in the Basic Health Care District. Conclusions: The province of Leon has an incidence of tuberculosis greater than that estimated for Spain as a whole. It would be necessary to step up epidemiological surveillance and control measure systems as directly-monitored cases detected and systematic study of contacts in order to achieve a greater efficiency regarding the control of this disease.

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Incidencia de tuberculosis respiratoria en la provincia de León según el sistema de notificación de enfermedades de declaración obligatoria, 1992-1999/ Incidence of Respiratory Tuberculosis in the Province of Leon According to the System for the Compulsory Reporting of Communicable Diseases, 1992-1999

Martín, Vicente; Aránzazu Alonso, María; Ramos, Julio; Otero, Arancha; Cortizo, José; Travieso, Santiago
2002-06-01

Resumen en español Fundamento: La tuberculosis continúa constituyendo un importante problema de salud pública. Conocer la incidencia, evolución y distribución de la tuberculosis declarada puede servir para valorar la influencia de las medidas de prevención y control puestas en marcha y apuntar nuevas necesidades. Métodos: Estudio retrospectivo de los casos declarados de TB pulmonar en la provincia de León, recogidos por año, Áreas de Salud (AS) y Zonas Básicas de Salud (ZBS) en el (mas) periodo comprendido entre los años 1992 a 1999, ambos inclusive. Resultados: Las tasas de incidencia media anual fueron de 40,3; 38,6 y 44,4 por 100.000 habitantes y año (10(5) h/a) para la provincia de León (PL), Área de Salud de León (ASL) y Área de Salud del Bierzo (ASB) respectivamente. El 70% fueron varones y el 30% mujeres. Las tasas específicas por sexo en la provincia de León fueron de 55,5 en los varones y 22,9 por 10(5) en las mujeres. Las tasas específicas por edad y sexo fueron similares para varones y mujeres hasta los 25 años, partir de esa edad la incidencia en los varones fue mucho mayor. La distribución de la TB pulmonar en la provincia de León fue heterogénea siendo más elevada la incidencia en zonas mineras. En el ASL hubo un predominio de casos en las edades más avanzadas de la vida y en el ASB no se encontraron diferencias entre adultos jóvenes y los mayores de 55 años. Conclusiones: La provincia de León padece una incidencia de TB superior a la estimada para España. Sería necesario intensificar los sistemas de vigilancia epidemiológica y de medidas de control como tratamientos directamente observados y estudio sistemático de contactos para conseguir una mayor efectividad en el control de esta enfermedad. Resumen en inglés Background: Tuberculosis continues to be a major public health problem. Knowing the incidence, trend and geographical spread of reported tuberculosis may serve to evaluate the prevention and control measures implemented and point to further needs. Methods: Retrospective study of the reported cases of tuberculosis in the province of Leon, broken down by years, Health Care Areas and Basic Health Care Districts for the 1992-1999 period. Results: The average annual incidence (mas) rates were 40.3, 38.6 and 44.4 per 100,000 inhabitants/year (10(5) inhabitants/year) for the province of Leon, Leon Health Care Area and Bierzo Health Care Area, respectively. Seventy percent (70%) were males and thirty percent (30%) females. The specific rates by sex in the province of Leon were 55.5 for males and 22.9 per 10(5) for females. The specific rates by age and sex were similar for males and females up to age 25, the incidence among males being much greater as of this age. The geographical spread of tuberculosis in the province of Leon was heterogeneous, the highest incidence being in mining areas. In the Leon Health Care Area, cases among the oldest adults prevailed, no differences being found among young adults and adults over age 55 in the Basic Health Care District. Conclusions: The province of Leon has an incidence of tuberculosis greater than that estimated for Spain as a whole. It would be necessary to step up epidemiological surveillance and control measure systems as directly-monitored cases detected and systematic study of contacts in order to achieve a greater efficiency regarding the control of this disease.

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Human Impacts on Drainages of the Mesa Central, Mexico, and Its Genetic Effects on an Endangered Fish, Zoogoneticus quitzeoensis

Domínguez-Domínguez, Omar; Boto, Luis; Alda, Fernando; Pérez-Ponce de León, Gerardo; Doadrio Villarejo, Ignacio
2007-01-01

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Finding all valid hand configurations for a given precision grasp

Rosales Gallegos, Carlos; Porta Pleite, Josep Maria; Suárez Feijóo, Raúl; Ros Giralt, Lluís
2008-01-01

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Effect of low-temperature plasma and chitosan treatment on wool dyeing with Acid Red 27

Jocic, Dragan; Vílchez, Susana; Topalovic, Tatjana; Molina Mansilla, Ricardo; Navarro, Antonio; Jovancic, Petar; Julià, María Rosa; Erra Serrabasa, Pilar
2005-06-28

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Design, implementation, and performance analysis of a Stewart platform-based force sensor

Roure Fernandez, Francisco; Frigola Alcalde, Roger; Ros Giralt, Lluís; Thomas Arroyo, Federico
2006-01-01

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Depth map from the combination of matched points with active contours

Martínez Marroquín, Elisa; Torras Genís, Carme
2000-01-01

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Costo del Programa Nacional de Control de la Tuberculosis. Centro Provincial de Higiene y Epidemiología de Ciudad de La Habana, 2002*

Peralta Pérez, Mariana; Padilla González, Carmen M.; Fuentes Díaz, Margarita; Lazo Álvarez, Miguel Ángel
2006-04-01

Resumen en español Se realizó un estudio descriptivo retrospectivo de estimación de costos del Programa Nacional de Control de la Tuberculosis en Ciudad de La Habana, desde una perspectiva institucional. Las variables estudiadas fueron: personal, reactivos, equipos y edificación. Se estimaron costos directos e indirectos, que fueron expresados en pesos (1 peso= 1 USD). La ejecución del programa en el Centro Provincial de Higiene y Epidemiología generó costos por más de 80 000 pesos; (mas) 52,2 % recayó en los recursos humanos. El costo promedio en pesos por caso de tuberculosis fue de 378,08; el tratamiento alcanzó 175,88; la realización de la tuberculina 6,65; un cultivo 2,59; la quimioprofilaxis 2,12; el control de calidad del diagnóstico BAAR fue de 1,64 y 1,02 la baciloscopia. El costo de la detección de un caso, una investigación completa y la quimioprofilaxis de sus contactos resultaron respectivamente 38, 26 y 82 veces menos costosas que el tratamiento de uno. Los salarios aportaron más de la mitad de los costos del programa a este nivel, a pesar de que la institución garantizó en el período, un volumen importante de recursos para la ejecución del programa en la provincia. La vigilancia epidemiológica de la tuberculosis y la prevención con quimioprofilaxis resultaron actividades menos costosas que el tratamiento de un enfermo. Resumen en inglés A retrospective descriptive study of cost estimation of the National Tuberculosis Control Program (NTCP) in the City of Havana was carried out from an institutional point of view. Salary, reagents, buildings and equipment were the studied variables. Direct and indirect costs were estimated and expressed in equivalent Cuban pesos to American dollars (1 Peso = 1 USD). The implementation of the NTCP in the Provincial Hygiene and Epidemiology Center generated costs for more t (mas) han 80 000 pesos, from which 52.2% was in human resources. The average cost for every TB case in Cuban pesos was 378.08; the treatment cost was 175.88 per TB case; tuberculin skin performance reached 6.65 per contact; 2.59 for one culture; chemoprophylaxis treatment was 2.12 per contact; the quality control of sputum smear microscopies was 1.64 and 1.02 for a sputum smear microscopy. The costs of a case detection, a complete investigation and the chemoprophylaxis of its contacts were 38, 26 and 82 times lower than that of a case treatment. The salaries represented more than half of the program costs at this level, although this institution guaranteed an important volume of resources for the program implementation in the province. Tuberculosis epidemiological surveillance and chemoprophylaxis prevention were less costly than a case treatment.

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Comparación entre sistemas electrocerámicos de desplazamiento mecánico. Motores y actuadores piezoeléctricos

Mesonero Romanos, D.; Pons Rovira, José Luis; Fernández Lozano, José Francisco; Villegas, Marina; Ceres Ruíz, Ramón; Rocón de Lima, Eduardo
2004-07-01

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Arquitectura y paleoambientes de los depósitos fluviales gravosos de la Formación Las Cumbres (Neógeno), en Villa Mervil, La Rioja, Argentina/ Architecture and paleoenvironment of the fluvial gravel deposits of Las Cumbres formation (neogene), Mervil Village, La Rioja, nw-Argentina

Bossi, G.E.; Georgieff, S.M.; Vides, M.E.
2007-07-01

Resumen en español Un corte de la ruta nacional 60, 500 m al oeste de Villa Mervil (Sierras de Mazán, La Rioja) muestra el contacto entre las Formaciones Salicas y Las Cumbres, con excelente exposición de la arquitectura fluvial que pudo ser extendida en tres dimensiones y por más de 700 m en sentido N-S, a ambos lados de la ruta. El corte muestra el contacto entre las Formaciones Salicas (Plioceno) y Las Cumbres (Plio-Pleistoceno). Pueden ser reconocidos cinco estadios de sedimentación (mas) : A-S, el inferior, constituido por areniscas friables fluviales y eólicas; F, de capas tabulares consistentes en limos de barreal y areniscas de planicie de distributarios (escorrenteras y barras efímeras) con abundantes calcretos y rizoconcreciones; B, el mejor preservado y que ha permitido el análisis 3D, de conglomerados arenosos, que corta profundamente los dos estadios inferiores. El Estadio B está organizado en una serie de mesoformas de canal, con barrancas izquierdas (al Oeste) bien definidas. En su etapa final de abandono (Estadio L), fue rellenado por capas tabulares de arenas finas limos pardos, que contienen una arcilita verde y una capa de micrita blanca, que pueden asignarse a un depósito lacustre somero. Finalmente yace sobre todo el conjunto anterior, el Estadio C, de conglomerados finos arenosos que forman un extenso sistema de canales y planicie aluvial pero mal representado en estos afloramientos. Las particularidades de estos depósitos pueden ser comparadas con expresiones locales del ambiente actual: el río Pituil (al oeste de la Sierra de Velasco) la llanura arenosa del Bolsón de Pipanaco y el barreal del Señor de la Peña, donde impera un clima árido con una escasas lluvias estivales, indicado condiciones climáticas similares. Resumen en inglés A cut along the National Road 60, 400 m west of the Mervil Village, a small town located at the southern end of the "Bolsón de Pipanaco" (Pampean Ranges of NW-Argentina) unveils a 3-D fluvial and eolian architecture in beds that belong to the stratigraphic passage between the Salicas (Pliocene) and Las Cumbres (Plio- Pleistocene) Formations (Fig. 1 and 2). Fossil mammals found in the Salicas Formation belong to the Huayquerian fauna that could be dated in the Pliocene (B (mas) ossi et al., 1996). A four-fold classification of contacts hierarchy (Allen, 1983) was used to define individual sedimentary bodies and their associations: order 0, are the contacts between laminas within a laminaset; order 1 are the contacts between laminasets (represented by parallel or crossbedded cogenetic packages); order 2 contacts, cut order 1 contacts and embrace bedded packages or storeys, limited themselves by order 1 contacts, that show a similar genetic emplacement (similar features in outcrops); finally the order 3 contacts, cut and embrace sedimentary bodies limited by order 2 contacts, defining major groups or stages. Five distinct stages were recognized (Fig. 3): a lower A-S stage, covered by an extended floodplain F stage, cut deeply by the gravelly stage B, partially filled by L stage, and covered by the fluvial gravelly C stage at top (Fig. 4 and 5). The sandy A-S stage consists of channel and sandflat deposits formed by alternating fluvial (A) and eolian (S) storeys. Facies assamblage "A" is an association of 9 storeys (Fig. 3) composed of moderate sorted massive or cross-bedded sandstones, with few subrounded pebbles (schists and granites) in or near their concave bases. Most of the A storeys bottoms, are covered by a 1-5 cm thick silty shale drapes slightly disturbed or forming clay galls partially curled and/or removed (Fig. 4b and c). The facies assemblage S, is an association of 6 storeys (painted white in Fig. 5b and c) formed by well-sorted fine to medium size sandstones with occasional mud intraclasts (pebble sizes, not eolian materials probably incorporated by gravity collapse or sudden water sheets). The meter thick silty "F1" storey (Fig. 4 b and e) is composed of 10 to 11 tabular decimeter slightly endurated beds, interpreted as playa lake ("barreal") deposits by comparation with very similar sediments that fill the nearby barreal "El Señor de la Peña" a typical endorheic depression. This "F1" horizon is the source of most irregular blocks found at the foot of the left margin bank cuts of the B stage. The F2 storey (Figs. 3 and 4b) is composed of 0.90 m tabular to lenticular coarse sandstone horizon crowded of calcretes and rhyzoconcretions defining a paleosol horizon. The F3 storey is also composed of massive to crossbedded ill-sorted pebble coarse sandstones. Both F2 and F3 storeys were deposited by sudden floodings not conected to visible channel locations. The F3 storey is not related with the F2 storey calcretization. There are six irregular and lenticular storeys in the "B" stage, defined by concave and convex stratification designs. These storeys could be considered mesoforms in the sense of Bridge (1985, 1993) of the macroform "B". A close correlation of the contacts shown in the two walls of the road cut associated with contact orientation measurements and paleocurrents, allowed to built models of the 3D situation in several evolution steps starting with storey B2 ending up in storey B6 (Figs. 6 a-c). The B channel stage is deeply incised on the F and A-S stages indicating a change of the equilibrium profile. The B stage itself, represented by storeys B5 and B6, were mapped beyond the road cut for an extension of 700 m (in N-S sense) yielding a map that shows a NE-trending low sinuosity river with cut banks, lateral bar deposits, overbank deposits deposits with variable width.The last block (Fig. 6d) shows the abandon "L" stage of lacustrine fillings (see Fig. 3 for stratigraphy relations and Fig. 4 for details), composed of at leat four storeys, three of them (L1, L2 and L3) are fillings of the central part of the pond and a fourth (L4) a clinoform, is a lateral deposit. The stage C outcrops at the top of the wall cuts covering though a third order contact, the stages F, L and B. It is composed of fine to medium size fluvial gravels without visible bank cuts. The very limited lateral and vertical exposures preclude it, from a further discussion. Most paleocurrent measurements were taken in the axis of concave structures (crossbeddings) and the points where the order 2 contacts merge into the basal order 3 contact. The point of merging of the order 2 and 3 contacts in convex stratified bodies, indicates the position of the bar structure, the paleocurrents at their bases show the local direction of the bar slope in this particular stage of growing (Fig. 7). Converging or diverging paleocurrent patterns at the outcrop face combined with vertical textural variations, unveil the position of the outcrop cut in relation to the hidden 3D structure. Most of the mapped architectural features yielded also paleocurrents measurements on cross-bedding and pebble imbrications that were integrated with the textural and structural evidences (Fig. 9). The scheme of Fig. 7 was used in the model of Fig. 9 to position the bar designs on the plan. The model of Fig. 9b, is a cartoon of a slightly ondulate landscape crossed from SSW to NNE by the B stage river channel. Fig. 8 shown the succesive bank cuts created by the B stage channel during its migration to west. Calcretes and rhizoconcretions over convex or tabular gravels storeys, mapped as inside features of channel "B", indicate an ephemeral regime with riparian vegetation (Fig. 9). The Pituil River (Fig. 10) draining the northwest end of the Velasco Range and the sandy plains located north of the Mazán Range and near the center of the "Bolsón de Pipanaco" were used as modern analogs of the ancient Mervil channel system (stages B and A-S respectively). The structural details shown by the Salicas Formation at the Mervil area around the road cut, are also present in the modern analogs, indicating a similar arid climate.

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Aberrometry: the past, present and future of optometry

Thibos, Larry N.; Applegate, Raymond A.; Marcos, Susana
2003-01-01

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A wrench-sensitive touch pad based on a parallel structure

Frigola Alcalde, Roger; Ros Giralt, Lluís; Roure Fernandez, Francisco; Thomas Arroyo, Federico
2008-01-01

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A study of b(b)over-bar production in e(+)e(-) collisions at root s=130-207 GeV

Abdallah, J.; DELPHI Collaboration; Costa, María José; Ferrer, Antonio; Fuster, Juan; García García, Carmen; Oyanguren, Arantza; Perepelitsa, Vassil; Salt, José; Tortosa, Pablo; Springer Verlag
2009-03-13

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A branch-and-prune algorithm for solving systems of distance constraints

Porta Pleite, Josep Maria; Thomas Arroyo, Federico; Ros Giralt, Lluís; Torras Genís, Carme
2003-01-01

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