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  1. 14. XII korraldas Viviann Napa galerii...

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    2005-01-01

    Galerii korraldasTallinna Psühhiaatriahaigla heaks heategevusõhtu. Monotüüpia trükitehnikat tutvustas Marju Bormeister. Tema õlimaalide, akvarellide ja monotüüpiate müügitulu läks haigla heaks

  2. 3. II avati Viviann Napa galeriis...

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    2004-01-01

    Lev Vassiljevi väljapanek "Variatsioonid avaruses", mis hõlmab viimaste aastate temperamaale ja 1990-ndail valminud graafilisi lehti. Keldrisaalis kuni 9. II Maret Olveti näitus "Viimased siiditrükid", 26 serigraafiatehnikas tööd aastatest 2001-2004

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

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    2005-01-01

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

  4. Irina Starzhenetskaja Vene galeriis

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    1998-01-01

    26. märtsist Vene saatkonna galeriis Moskva kunstniku Irina Starzhenetskaja maalide näitus. Kunstnik eksponeerib oma viimase aja maale, kus ta on ainest leidnud vana-vene ikoonidest ja argistest natüürmortidest

  5. Avati Deco Galerii Boutique

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    2000-01-01

    Eragalerii Deco asutajad Epp ja Tiit Rebane avasid Vana-Posti 2 Deco Galerii Boutique, kus pakutakse vaadata ja müüa minimaali, -graafikat ja vitraaže (loetletud kunstnikke). Kadriorus asunud Deco lõpetas tegevuse rendilepingu lõppemise tõttu

  6. Avati Deco Galerii Boutique

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    2000-01-01

    Eragalerii Deco asutajad Epp ja Tiit Rebane avasid Vana-Posti 2 Deco Galerii Boutique, kus pakutakse vaadata ja müüa minimaali, -graafikat ja vitraaže (loetletud kunstnikke). Kadriorus asunud Deco lõpetas tegevuse rendilepingu lõppemise tõttu

  7. Ainulaadne illustratsioonide galerii

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    2008-01-01

    Eesti Lastekirjanduse Keskuse uuest hoonest Tallinnas Pikal tänaval ning seal avatud illustratsioonigaleriist ja pildikogust. Hoone sisekujundus valmis arhitektuuribüroos Laika, Belka ja Strelka. Ruume aitasid kujundada Jüri ja Piret Mildeberg. Edgar Valteri galeriis eksponeeritakse kunstniku illustratsioone lasteraamatule "Kuldne vilepill". Näituste korraldamisega tegeleb Viive Noor

  8. EDRA galeriis SooSoo

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    2008-01-01

    Itaalia disainmööbli tootja EDRA tooted on alates 2007. a. detsembrist esindatud galeriis SooSoo. Massimo Morozzi juhtimisel valmivates kollektsioonides on ühendatud moodsad tehnoloogiad ja traditsiooniline käsitöö

  9. 28. IX avati Vaala galeriis...

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    2004-01-01

    Marco Laimre ja Tarmo Salini ühisnäitus "Kõik tuleb välja". Väljas on joonistused, maalid ja väikefiguurid. Avamisel kanti ette välk-performance "Fed". Galeriis kõlab Dmitri Shostakovitshi sümfoonia nr. 2 "Oktoobrile"

  10. Y-galerii uue hooaja avavad videod

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    2008-01-01

    Tartu Kõrgema Kunstikooli üliõpilaste interaktiivsete videoinstallatsioonide näitus "Change!" ja moekunstnik Kristina Paju valmistatud moemandala ning Liisa Soolepa moekollektsiooni näitus Y-galeriis

  11. Mida varjab Kastellaanimaja galerii? / Kristina Tischler

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    Tischler, Kristina

    2009-01-01

    Näitus "Naerdes läbi vihma ja päikese" Tallinnas Kastellaanimaja Galeriis 29. novembrini. Eksponeeritakse vihmavarjusid 1920. aastatest kuni tänapäevani. Näituse on kujundanud Liina Unt ja Aime Unt

  12. Julia Ninck Block Y-galeriis

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    2009-01-01

    Tartus Y-galeriis alates 26. oktoobrist Mooste Külalistuudio (MoKS) oktoobrikuu resident-kunstniku Julia Ninck Blocki näitus. Vene päritolu hollandi kunstnik avab oma joonistustes ja fotodes pealmise ilma ja (vee)aluse maailma suhteid

  13. Julia Ninck Block Y-galeriis

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    2009-01-01

    Tartus Y-galeriis alates 26. oktoobrist Mooste Külalistuudio (MoKS) oktoobrikuu resident-kunstniku Julia Ninck Blocki näitus. Vene päritolu hollandi kunstnik avab oma joonistustes ja fotodes pealmise ilma ja (vee)aluse maailma suhteid

  14. Whitechapeli galerii taasavanine Londonis / Kristel Raesaar

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    Raesaar, Kristel

    2009-01-01

    1901. aastal rajatud galerii avati pärast remonti 5. aprillil saksa installatsioonikunstniku Isa Genzkeni retrospektiivnäitusega. Moodsa kunsti muuseumi Tate Modern juurdeehitis, mille projekteeris Šveitsi arhitektuuribüroo Herzog & de Meuron, peaks valmima 2012. aastaks

  15. 27 CFR 9.23 - Napa Valley.

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    2010-04-01

    ... 27 Alcohol, Tobacco Products and Firearms 1 2010-04-01 2010-04-01 false Napa Valley. 9.23 Section... THE TREASURY LIQUORS AMERICAN VITICULTURAL AREAS Approved American Viticultural Areas § 9.23 Napa Valley. (a) Name. The name of the viticultural area described in this section is “Napa Valley.”...

  16. Villa Dollis sündis uus galerii / Aime Jõgi

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    Jõgi, Aime, 1958-

    2006-01-01

    Pille Jüriso ja Jaanus Samma tööde näitus "Purskkaev ja rõdu" Noore Linna Galeriis Viljandis. Kunstnike siidimaalid ja graafikatööd on saanud inspiratsiooni Euroopa linnade tänava- ja pargivaadetest. Galerii asub Villa Dollis Jakobsoni tänav 8. Galerii juhid Kadri Hallik ja Antti Mäss näituste korraldamisest uues galeriis. Villa Dollist. Hoone kohta kommentaar Mehis Bornilt ja toimetajaveerg "Pärl ootab uut sündi" lk.2

  17. Briti mütsid, kotid ja kingad kahes galeriis

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    2002-01-01

    Tallinna Kunstihoone galeriis ja Tallinna Linnagaleriis briti moekunstnike aksessuaaride näitus "Satellites of Fashion", kus eksponeeritakse Vivianne Westwoodi, Philip Treacy, Patrick Coxi ja Lulu Guinnessi loodud peakatteid, jalanõusid ja kotte

  18. Tühi galerii kui kunstiteos / Ants Juske

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    Juske, Ants, 1956-

    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

  19. Nord-galerii näitab noori kunstnikke / Teele Tammeorg

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    Tammeorg, Teele

    2010-01-01

    20. mail avati Akadeemia Nord ruumides Nord Galerii (Siili 14, Tallinn) TÜ maalikunsti eriala lõpetanud Veiko Klemmeri ja Andrus Raagi ning nende lõputööde juhendaja ja galerii ühe rajaja Jaan Elkeni maalinäitusega "Võru-Tartu-Tallinn". Galerii pakub noortele kunstnikele võimalust oma töid tasuta eksponeerida

  20. Enesekehtestamine Draakonis, sarkasm Hobusepeas, Valgevene ID-kaart KU galeriis / Heie Treier

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    Treier, Heie, 1963-

    2007-01-01

    Kadri Alesmaa ja Jaak Visnapi näitusest "Inimeste elust II" Draakoni galeriis. Jüri Ojaveri näitusest "Liputajad metsas" Hobusepea galeriis. Valgevene kunsti näitusest "The Belarussian Identity cArt" Tallinna Kunstihoone galeriis, kuraator Reet Varblane. Pikemalt Artur Klinau fotoseeriast "Unenägude päikeselinn Minsk" ja Aliaksei Fiodorau performancest "Samotny arhitektar"

  1. Nord-galerii näitab noori kunstnikke / Teele Tammeorg

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    Tammeorg, Teele

    2010-01-01

    20. mail avati Akadeemia Nord ruumides Nord Galerii (Siili 14, Tallinn) TÜ maalikunsti eriala lõpetanud Veiko Klemmeri ja Andrus Raagi ning nende lõputööde juhendaja ja galerii ühe rajaja Jaan Elkeni maalinäitusega "Võru-Tartu-Tallinn". Galerii pakub noortele kunstnikele võimalust oma töid tasuta eksponeerida

  2. Enesekehtestamine Draakonis, sarkasm Hobusepeas, Valgevene ID-kaart KU galeriis / Heie Treier

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    Treier, Heie, 1963-

    2007-01-01

    Kadri Alesmaa ja Jaak Visnapi näitusest "Inimeste elust II" Draakoni galeriis. Jüri Ojaveri näitusest "Liputajad metsas" Hobusepea galeriis. Valgevene kunsti näitusest "The Belarussian Identity cArt" Tallinna Kunstihoone galeriis, kuraator Reet Varblane. Pikemalt Artur Klinau fotoseeriast "Unenägude päikeselinn Minsk" ja Aliaksei Fiodorau performancest "Samotny arhitektar"

  3. Napa Earthquake impact on water systems

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    Wang, J.

    2014-12-01

    South Napa earthquake occurred in Napa, California on August 24 at 3am, local time, and the magnitude is 6.0. The earthquake was the largest in SF Bay Area since the 1989 Loma Prieta earthquake. Economic loss topped $ 1 billion. Wine makers cleaning up and estimated the damage on tourism. Around 15,000 cases of lovely cabernet were pouring into the garden at the Hess Collection. Earthquake potentially raise water pollution risks, could cause water crisis. CA suffered water shortage recent years, and it could be helpful on how to prevent underground/surface water pollution from earthquake. This research gives a clear view on drinking water system in CA, pollution on river systems, as well as estimation on earthquake impact on water supply. The Sacramento-San Joaquin River delta (close to Napa), is the center of the state's water distribution system, delivering fresh water to more than 25 million residents and 3 million acres of farmland. Delta water conveyed through a network of levees is crucial to Southern California. The drought has significantly curtailed water export, and salt water intrusion reduced fresh water outflows. Strong shaking from a nearby earthquake can cause saturated, loose, sandy soils liquefaction, and could potentially damage major delta levee systems near Napa. Napa earthquake is a wake-up call for Southern California. It could potentially damage freshwater supply system.

  4. Kaks uut näitust 24 tunni galeriis

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    2003-01-01

    Aadressil www.kunstikeskus.ee väljapanekud "Suur Hiina naeratus" hiina kunstnike - Song Haizeng, Du Xinjian, Xue Jiye, Wang Jing, Wu Meng Chun, Zhong Biao - töödest ja "Raffa oma galerii" kunstilehekülge külastanud inimeste online-joonistusmasina abiga joonistatud piltidest

  5. Vaal-galeriis on sajandi suurkujud / Külli Kariste

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    Kariste, Külli

    2001-01-01

    Vaal-galerii näitusest (avatud. 10. märtsini) "Suured ja unustamatud", kus eksponeeriti Georges Braque'i, Paul Delvaux, Francis Baconi, Pablo Picasso, Joan Mir̤ jt. töid. Näituse koostaja Eha Komissarovi kommentaare

  6. Suur Hiina naeratus ja Raffa oma galerii / Vano Allsalu

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    Allsalu, Vano, 1967-

    2003-01-01

    24h galerii (www.kunstikeskus.ee) kahest uuest e-näitusest: Hiina 6 kaasaegse maalikunstniku ja interneti külastajate parimate 2002 a. online-joonistuste näitusest, mis jäävad avatuks 15.03.2003-ni

  7. Galerii tahab endale kesklinna villa osta / Mehis Pärnamets

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    Pärnamets, Mehis

    2007-01-01

    Kaitseliidule kuuluv villa Doll Viljandis läheb augustis korraldataval oksjonil enampakkumisele. Majas näitusi korraldanud Noore Linna galerii soovib hoonet osta. Kommenteerivad major Ülar Vomm ja ärimees Tiit Maisa. Mõlemad pooldavad maja kasutamist kultuuriobjektina

  8. Vaal-galeriis on sajandi suurkujud / Külli Kariste

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    Kariste, Külli

    2001-01-01

    Vaal-galerii näitusest (avatud. 10. märtsini) "Suured ja unustamatud", kus eksponeeriti Georges Braque'i, Paul Delvaux, Francis Baconi, Pablo Picasso, Joan Mir̤ jt. töid. Näituse koostaja Eha Komissarovi kommentaare

  9. The NAPA Project, 1978-1981.

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    Schaps, Eric; Moskowitz, Joel M.

    The Napa Project is a demonstration research study developed to evaluate the effectiveness of seven school-based substance abuse prevention strategies. Various programs were offered to over 7,000 students in grades three through nine. Four programs were delivered to students by regular classroom teachers and two programs were offered as elective…

  10. Educational and Demographic Profile: Napa County.

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    California Postsecondary Education Commission, 2004

    2004-01-01

    This profile uniquely presents a variety of educational and socioeconomic information for Napa County, nearby counties, and the state. The profile highlights the relationship between various factors that affect the economic well-being of individuals and communities. This presentation of information provides a framework for enhanced communication…

  11. Special Education Research; Napa County. Final Report.

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    St. John, Wesley V.; Young, Robert

    The final report provides information on a followup study of the post-school adjustment of former (1964-1975) special education secondary students in Napa Valley, California. A review of statistics (job related information, community contacts information, school information, and personal information) is presented for the following target groups:…

  12. Results of the Fall 1984 Survey of Napa County Residents.

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    Friedlander, Jack; Gocke, Sharon

    In November 1984, a random sample of Napa County residents was asked to complete a survey concerning the educational programs of Napa Valley College (NVC) to determine the extent to which NVC was meeting the county's educational needs. The survey was completed by 207 of the 400 community members in the sample. Study findings included the…

  13. Napa Valley Community College District and Napa Valley College Faculty Association/CTA/NEA 1988-89 Agreement.

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    Napa Valley Community Coll. District, Napa, CA.

    The collective bargaining agreement between the Board of Trustees of the Napa Valley Community College District and the Napa Valley College Faculty Association/California Teachers Association/National Education Association is presented. This contract, in effect from June 1988 through July 1989, deals with the following topics: bargaining agent…

  14. Comparison of Iron-Binding Ability Between Thr70-NapA and Ser70-NapA of Helicobacter pylori.

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    Shan, Weiran; Kung, Hsiang-Fu; Ge, Ruiguang

    2016-06-01

    The neutrophil-activating protein (NapA) of Helicobacter pylori (H. pylori), with DNA-binding and iron seizing properties, is a fundamental virulence factor involved in H. pylori-related diseases. Compared with Ser70-NapA strain, Thr70-NapA strain is more intimately correlated with iron-deficiency anemia. To investigate whether two types of proteins differ in iron-binding ability, mutated Thr70-NapA and Ser70-NapA strains were established. Isothermal titration calorimetry (ITC) method was conducted to measure the binding between the NapA protein and Fe(2+) . The structural changes of NapA protein were also tested during iron interaction by fast protein liquid chromatography (FPLC) and circular dichroism (CD) methods. DNA-binding assay was performed for evaluate the affinity of both mutated and wild types of NapA with DNA. Mutated Thr70-NapA had higher iron-binding ability than wild Ser70-NapA. The structural stability of Thr70-NapA was disrupted and became more active along with the rising concentration of Fe(2+) , whereas no similar association was observed between Ser70-NapA and Fe(2+) level. When the iron/protein molar ratio ranged from 10 to 20, both Ser70-NapA and Thr70-NapA displayed weaker DNA-binding ability. Thr70-NapA has much stronger ability to sequester ferrous ion compared with Ser70-NapA in H. pylori. In addition, the DNA-binding property of NapA is dependent upon the Fe(2+) concentration. © 2015 John Wiley & Sons Ltd.

  15. What makes Napa Napa? The roots of success in the wine industry

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    Anil Hira

    2014-06-01

    Full Text Available California is world-renowned for the ability to produce world class quality wine. At the center of this achievement is the development of Napa as a premier wine producing region. We examine the sources of Napa’s success by testing factors from leading industrial location theories against statistical and qualitative evidence. Using an unusual database of county-wide data on the wine industry to compare Napa’s success with other wine-producing regions of California, we can control for different historical factors and economic conditions that temper most comparative wine studies. Many regions in California can produce world class wine, but none enjoy the same level of returns as Napa. Path dependency and distance to markets are poor explanations for the relative success of wine regions. We find that while terroir, or natural comparative advantage, has some evidence behind it, social capital and entrepreneurship behind technological leadership are central to Napa’s competitive advantage.

  16. Comments on the Napa County, California, Follow-Through Project.

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    Hunter, Madeline

    1986-01-01

    Offers interpretations of some results of the Napa County, California, Follow-Through Project that tested the Hunter Teacher Decision-Making Model, also known as the Instructional Theory into Practice Model. (Author/HOD)

  17. Napa River Sediment TMDL Implementation and Habitat Enhancement Project

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    Information about the SFBWQP Napa River Sediment TMDL Implementation and Habitat Enhancement Project, part of an EPA competitive grant program to improve SF Bay water quality focused on restoring impaired waters and enhancing aquatic resources.

  18. Näitusele Y-galeriis mahub ära kogu moos / Hanson Raimu

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    Hanson, Raimu, 1957-

    2007-01-01

    Interdistsiplinaarse avangardkultuuri festivali "Eclectica" raames on Y-galeriis avatud järgmised näitused: Eduard Zentshiku fotonäitus, Andrus Lauringsoni kapaskoop, Draama kavalehed, Ahhaa keskuse hologrammid, Taavi Piibemanni installatsioon "Kogu moos"

  19. 27 CFR 9.161 - Oak Knoll District of Napa Valley.

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    2010-04-01

    ... 27 Alcohol, Tobacco Products and Firearms 1 2010-04-01 2010-04-01 false Oak Knoll District of Napa... Areas § 9.161 Oak Knoll District of Napa Valley. (a) Name. The name of the viticultural area described in this section is “Oak Knoll District of Napa Valley”. (b) Approved maps. The appropriate maps...

  20. Napa County Business/Education Partnership: A Regional Planning Model for Career-Vocational Education.

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    Carey, Diana; And Others

    This descriptive and evaluative report on the Napa County Business/Education Partnership (NCBEP) project describes the efforts of Napa Valley College (NVC), the Napa Valley Unified School District, and the County Office of Education to involve educators and business representatives in the development of a regional planning process for…

  1. Geology and ground water in Napa and Sonoma Valleys, Napa and Sonoma Counties, California

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    Kunkel, Fred; Upson, Joseph Edwin

    1960-01-01

    Napa and Sonoma Valleys are adjacent alluvium-filled valleys about 40 miles northeast of San Francisco. They occupy alined and structurally controlled depressions in the northern Coast Ranges physiographic province and drain south into San Pablo Bay. The valleys are surrounded and underlain by unconsolidated marine and continental sediments and volcanic rocks of Pliocene and Pleistocene age, which are water bearing in large part and together make up relatively extensive ground-water basins. Napa Valley, the eastern valley, is the larger and has a valley-floor area of about 85 square miles. Sonoma Valley has a valley-floor area of about 35 square miles; in addition, about 10 square miles is unreclaimed tidal marsh. The rock units of Napa and Sonoma Valleys are divided into four classes on the basis of their distribution and relative capacity to yield water: (a) Consolidated virtually non-water-bearing chiefly sedimentary (some metamorphic) rocks that range in age from Jurassic ( ?) to Pliocene; (b) marine shale and sand of the Petaluma formation (Pliocene) and the Merced formation (Pliocene and Pleistocene) that do not crop out within Napa or Sonoma Valleys but perhaps are penetrated by some deep wells drilled in Sonoma Valley; (c) Sonoma volcanics of Pliocene age, parts of which are non-water-bearing and parts of which locally yield large quantities of water; and (d) unconsolidated alluvial deposits mainly of Quaternary age. The deposits of classes (c) and (d) contain the most important aquifers in the area. Most of the water used in these valleys is pumped from wells in the younger and older alluvium in the Huichica and Glen Ellen formations. and in the Sonoma volcanics. The principal aquifers are the younger and older alluvium. but appreciable quantities of water are pumped locally from the Sonoma volcanics. The Huichica and Glen Ellen formations yield water in small quantities and at most places supply water only for limited domestic uses. The younger alluvium

  2. Ground motion observations of the 2014 South Napa earthquake

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    Baltay, Annemarie S.; Boatwright, John

    2015-01-01

    Ground motions of the South Napa earthquake (24 August 2014; M 6.0) were recorded at 19 stations within 20 km and 292 stations within 100 km of the rupture surface trace, generating peak ground motions in excess of 50%g and 50  cm/s in and near Napa Valley. This large dataset allows us to compare the ground motion from the earthquake to existing ground‐motion prediction equations (GMPEs) in considerable detail.

  3. 百年品牌NAPA ONE新世界葡萄酒N(o).1——NAPA ONE葡萄酒品牌溯源

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    2010-01-01

    @@ NAPA ONE品牌来自新世界葡萄酒 NAPA ONE葡萄酒品牌源自新世界葡萄酒的心脏--美丽加州旧金山湾区的拿帕谷(NAPA VALLEY,又名酒谷),是闻名世界的葡萄之乡,与波尔多齐名,为新世界陶醉.

  4. Dual Roles of Helicobacter pylori NapA in inducing and combating oxidative stress.

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    Wang, Ge; Hong, Yang; Olczak, Adriana; Maier, Susan E; Maier, Robert J

    2006-12-01

    Neutrophil-activating protein (NapA) has been well documented to play roles in human neutrophil recruitment and in stimulating host cell production of reactive oxygen intermediates (ROI). A separate role for NapA in combating oxidative stress within H. pylori was implied by studies of various H. pylori mutant strains. Here, physiological analysis of a napA strain was the approach used to assess the iron-sequestering and stress resistance roles of NapA, its role in preventing oxidative DNA damage, and its importance to mouse colonization. The napA strain was more sensitive to oxidative stress reagents and to oxygen, and it contained fourfold more intracellular free iron and more damaged DNA than the parent strain. Pure, iron-loaded NapA bound to DNA, but native NapA did not, presumably linking iron levels sensed by NapA to DNA damage protection. Despite its in vitro phenotype of sensitivity to oxidative stress, the napA strain showed normal (like that of the wild type) mouse colonization efficiency in the conventional in vivo assay. By use of a modified mouse inoculation protocol whereby nonviable H. pylori is first inoculated into mice, followed by (live) bacterial strain administration, an in vivo role for NapA in colonization efficiency could be demonstrated. NapA is the critical component responsible for inducing host-mediated ROI production, thus inhibiting colonization by the napA strain. An animal colonization experiment with a mixed-strain infection protocol further demonstrated that the napA strain has significantly decreased ability to survive when competing with the wild type. H. pylori NapA has unique and separate roles in gastric pathogenesis.

  5. The Literacy Line! Napa Valley Adult School: Final Report.

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    Napa Valley Unified School District, Napa, CA.

    This report is an evaluation of an adult workplace literacy and English-as-a-Second-Language program for Napa Valley (California) vineyard workers of limited English proficiency. Many of the classes were held at the worksite. The first section of the report details the project's stated objectives and measures of accomplishment, anecdotal success…

  6. The Napa Project: 02 Year Annual Drug Survey.

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    Moskowitz, Joel M.; And Others

    The results of a survey administered to junior and senior high students in the Napa Valley (CA) Unified School District in 1980 are summarized. The questionnaire administered was the Drug and Alcohol Survey, a group administered, self-report instrument. The questionnaire assesses: (1) drug knowledge; (2) general drug attitudes; (3) perceived…

  7. Student Characteristics and Change at Napa Junior College.

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    MacMillan, Thomas F.

    At Napa Junior College (California), to test the relationship between college attendance and personality change, 100 volunteers were measured in their first year by the STEP Reading Exam and the ACE Psychological Exam. California Psychological Inventory (CPI) showed a significant range in personality traits from high to low ability students. The…

  8. Kuni 10. V on Uus-Meremaal Aucklandis Gus Fisheri galeriis...

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    2005-01-01

    Avangardi/Pink Punki retrospektiivnäitus "Avant-Garde or Death". Väljas on videod, fotod ja performance'i-dokumentatsioonid. Avangard esitles Wellingtonis Enjoy galeriis oma slaidiseeriat "The Bomb". Viidi läbi tänava-performanceid ja peeti loenguid ülikoolides

  9. Kuni 10. V on Uus-Meremaal Aucklandis Gus Fisheri galeriis...

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    2005-01-01

    Avangardi/Pink Punki retrospektiivnäitus "Avant-Garde or Death". Väljas on videod, fotod ja performance'i-dokumentatsioonid. Avangard esitles Wellingtonis Enjoy galeriis oma slaidiseeriat "The Bomb". Viidi läbi tänava-performanceid ja peeti loenguid ülikoolides

  10. Dual Roles of Helicobacter pylori NapA in Inducing and Combating Oxidative Stress▿

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    Wang, Ge; Hong, Yang; Olczak, Adriana; Maier, Susan E.; Maier, Robert J.

    2006-01-01

    Neutrophil-activating protein (NapA) has been well documented to play roles in human neutrophil recruitment and in stimulating host cell production of reactive oxygen intermediates (ROI). A separate role for NapA in combating oxidative stress within H. pylori was implied by studies of various H. pylori mutant strains. Here, physiological analysis of a napA strain was the approach used to assess the iron-sequestering and stress resistance roles of NapA, its role in preventing oxidative DNA dam...

  11. 22. IV avati Berliini Kunstiülikooli galeriis näitus "Alle Gegen Alles"

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    2004-01-01

    Osalevad Avangard, Raul Meel, Puhas Rõõm, Mare Tralla, Non Grata, Jaan Toomik, FLY, Erki Kasemets, Marliis Newsome, Tuupolev, Bille Neeve, Tuuliki Avango, Pink Punk, Egle Vesk, Raoul Kurvitz, Gert Hatsukov, Minna Hint ja Enn Tegova. Mari Sobolev pidas loengu eesti performance'i ajaloost ning Non Grata esitles oma töid. Valmistatakse ette Eesti Kunstiakadeemia ja Berliini Kunstiülikooli koostöö lepingut. 23. IV Open Space'i galeriis Taje Trossi kureeritud "Live Performance Nacht"

  12. 22. IV avati Berliini Kunstiülikooli galeriis näitus "Alle Gegen Alles"

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    2004-01-01

    Osalevad Avangard, Raul Meel, Puhas Rõõm, Mare Tralla, Non Grata, Jaan Toomik, FLY, Erki Kasemets, Marliis Newsome, Tuupolev, Bille Neeve, Tuuliki Avango, Pink Punk, Egle Vesk, Raoul Kurvitz, Gert Hatsukov, Minna Hint ja Enn Tegova. Mari Sobolev pidas loengu eesti performance'i ajaloost ning Non Grata esitles oma töid. Valmistatakse ette Eesti Kunstiakadeemia ja Berliini Kunstiülikooli koostöö lepingut. 23. IV Open Space'i galeriis Taje Trossi kureeritud "Live Performance Nacht"

  13. 3D point cloud data from laser scanning along the 2014 South Napa Earthquake surface rupture, California, USA

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    U.S. Geological Survey, Department of the Interior — Point cloud data collected along a 500 meter portion of the 2014 South Napa Earthquake surface rupture near Cuttings Wharf Road, Napa, CA, USA. The data include 7...

  14. Knockdown of NAPA using short-hairpin RNA sensitizes cancer cells to cisplatin: implications to overcome chemoresistance.

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    Wu, Zchong-Zcho; Chao, Chuck C-K

    2010-09-15

    Cisplatin is a widely used anti-cancer drug which targets DNA in replicating cells. In the present study, we found that NAPA--a protein found in the endoplasmic reticulum (ER) and implicated in protein trafficking--protects cells against cisplatin. Accordingly, knockdown of NAPA using lentivirus-encoded shRNA (shNAPA) induced ER stress similar to cisplatin treatment in HEK293 cells. A low dose of cisplatin also elicited a mild ER stress response associated with the accumulation of the protective proteins BiP and NAPA. Remarkably, knockdown of NAPA induced apoptosis and enhanced cisplatin-induced cytotoxicity/apoptosis, thereby sensitizing cancer cells to cisplatin. On the other hand, overexpression of NAPA increased resistance to cisplatin by reducing cisplatin-induced ER stress and apoptosis. The modulatory effects of shNAPA required the tumor suppressor p53 since the effects of NAPA knockdown were reduced by the p53 inhibitor PFT-alpha and in H1299 cells which are p53-null. A partial reversal of cisplatin resistance was also observed in cisplatin-resistant HeLa cells following knockdown of NAPA. Our results also indicated that calpain is required for ER-mediated apoptosis. Importantly, combined cisplatin/shNAPA treatment suppressed tumor growth in vivo in xenograph experiments performed in nude mice. Taken together, these observations suggest that NAPA represents a target of cisplatin, and that knockdown of NAPA may improve cisplatin-based cancer therapy.

  15. Academic and Facility Programs for Physical and Recreational Education at Napa College.

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    Kutch, Denis P.

    This comprehensive, detailed planning guide was initiated to insure better preparation of Napa College (Napa, California) physical and recreational education majors transferring to 4-year institutions, and to better fulfill the college's community recreational responsibility. The guide examines the academic program to be developed, the facilities…

  16. 77 FR 1078 - San Pablo Bay National Wildlife Refuge, Sonoma, Napa, and Solano Counties, CA; Final...

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    2012-01-09

    ... From the Federal Register Online via the Government Publishing Office DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR Fish and Wildlife Service San Pablo Bay National Wildlife Refuge, Sonoma, Napa, and Solano Counties, CA... Sonoma, Napa, and Solano Counties, California, consists of several noncontiguous units on...

  17. 33 CFR 117.169 - Mare Island Strait and the Napa River.

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    2010-07-01

    ... 33 Navigation and Navigable Waters 1 2010-07-01 2010-07-01 false Mare Island Strait and the Napa River. 117.169 Section 117.169 Navigation and Navigable Waters COAST GUARD, DEPARTMENT OF HOMELAND... Strait and the Napa River. (a) The draw of the Mare Island Drawbridge, mile 2.8, at Vallejo shall open...

  18. Serum Helicobacter pylori NapA antibody as a potential biomarker for gastric cancer.

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    Liu, Jingjing; Liu, Huimin; Zhang, Tingting; Ren, Xiyun; Nadolny, Christina; Dong, Xiaoqun; Huang, Lina; Yuan, Kexin; Tian, Wenjing; Jia, Yunhe

    2014-02-20

    Helicobacter pylori (H. pylori) infection is strongly associated with gastric cancer. However, only a minority of infected individuals ever develop gastric cancer. This risk stratification may be in part due to differences among strains. The relationship between neutrophil-activating protein (NapA) and gastric cancer is unclear. The purpose of this study is to evaluate the significance of NapA as a biomarker in gastric cancer. We used enzyme linked immunosorbent assay (ELISA) to determine the status of H. pylori infection. Indirect ELISA method was used for detection of NapA antibody titer in the serum of H. pylori infected individuals. Unconditional logistic regressions were adopted to analyze the variables and determine the association of NapA and gastric cancer. The results of study indicated serum H. pylori NapA antibody level were associated with a reduced risk for development of gastric cancer. It may be used in conjugation with other indicators for gastric cancer detection.

  19. Finite-Source Modeling of the South Napa Earthquake

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    Dreger, D. S.; Huang, M. H.; Wooddell, K. E.; Taira, T.; Luna, B.

    2014-12-01

    On August 24 2014 an Mw 6.0 earthquake struck south-southwest of the city of Napa, California. As part of the Berkeley Seismological Laboratory (BSL) Alarm Response a seismic moment tensor solution and preliminary finite-source model were estimated. The preliminary finite-source model used high quality three-component strong motion recordings, instrument corrected and integrated to displacement, from 8 stations of the BSL BK network for stations located between 30 to 200 km. The BSL focal mechanism (strike=155, dip=82, rake=-172), and a constant rise time and rupture velocity were assumed. The GIL7 plane-layered velocity model was used to compute Green's functions using a frequency wave-number integration approach. The preliminary model from these stations indicates the rupture was unilateral to the NNW, and up dip with a average slip of 42 cm and peak slip of 102 cm. The total scalar moment was found to be 1.15*1025 dyne cm giving a Mw 6.0.The strong directivity from the rupture likely leads to the observed elevated local strong ground motions and the extensive damage to buildings in Napa and surrounding residential areas. In this study we will reevaluate the seismic moment tensor of the mainshock and larger aftershocks, and incorporate local strong motion waveforms, GPS, and InSAR deformation data to better constrain the finite-source model. While the hypocenter and focal parameters used in the preliminary model are consistent with the mapped surface trace of the west Napa fault, the mapped surface slip lies approximately 2 km to the west. Furthermore there is a pronounced change in strike of the mapped surface offsets at the northern end. We will investigate the location of the fault model and the fit to the joint data set as well as examine the possibility of multi-segmented fault models to account for these apparently inconsistent observations.

  20. Planeación estrategica napa autoparts Ecuador

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    Matute Franco, Solange Herlinda; Minga Bastidas, Julie Fabiola; Moscoso Larrea, Galo Rodrigo

    2009-01-01

    Con pleno conocimiento de que la Planificación Estratégica es muy importante, y sobre todo ayuda a mantener las ventajas competitivas de una Empresa, Napa Autoparts Ecuador, tomó la decisión de llevar a cabo este proyecto con el fin de descubrir sus fortalezas y oportunidades; debilidades y amenazas, y con esto mejorarlas y superarlas respectivamente. Para lograrlo se realizó lo siguiente : Definición de Visión y Misión de la Compañía; Análisis Interno en el que se establecieron las Fort...

  1. Pärnus on uus nüüdiskunsti galerii!

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    2004-01-01

    17. VI Pärnus Lõuna t. 20 avatud eksperimentaalne Rael Artel Gallery keskendub esimesel hooajal eelkõige foto ja sound art'i eksponeerimisele. Kuraatorid: Anu Allas, Andreas W, EKA kunstiteaduse üliõpilased Marion Tupits, Aleksander Tsapov, Urmas Oja. Galeristi Rael Arteli kureeritud avanäitusel "Jagatud kehad" on väljas Eveli Variku, Tanja Muravskaja, Imre Malva, Andreas W ja Haide Rannakivi tööd. Galerii audiogalerii avatakse Projekt Unisoni (Hello Upan, Raul Keller, Heikki Tikas) mürateosega "DOHC"

  2. Pärnus on uus nüüdiskunsti galerii!

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    2004-01-01

    17. VI Pärnus Lõuna t. 20 avatud eksperimentaalne Rael Artel Gallery keskendub esimesel hooajal eelkõige foto ja sound art'i eksponeerimisele. Kuraatorid: Anu Allas, Andreas W, EKA kunstiteaduse üliõpilased Marion Tupits, Aleksander Tsapov, Urmas Oja. Galeristi Rael Arteli kureeritud avanäitusel "Jagatud kehad" on väljas Eveli Variku, Tanja Muravskaja, Imre Malva, Andreas W ja Haide Rannakivi tööd. Galerii audiogalerii avatakse Projekt Unisoni (Hello Upan, Raul Keller, Heikki Tikas) mürateosega "DOHC"

  3. Cerebrospinal fluid T-regulatory cells recognize Borrelia burgdorferi NAPA in chronic Lyme borreliosis.

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    Amedei, A; Codolo, G; Ozolins, D; Ballerini, C; Biagioli, T; Jaunalksne, I; Zilevica, A; D Elios, S; De Bernard, M; D' Elios, M M

    2013-01-01

    The NapA protein of B. burgdorferi is essential for the persistence of spirochetes in ticks. One of the most intriguing aspects of NapA is its potential to interfere with the host immune system. Here, we investigated the role of the acquired immune responses induced by NapA in the cerebrospinal fluids (CSF) of patients with chronic Lyme borreliosis. We evaluated the cytokine profile induced in microglia cells and CSF T cells following NapA stimulation. We report here that NapA induced a regulatory T (Treg) response in the CSF of patients with chronic Lyme borreliosis and it is able to expand this suppressive response by promoting the production of TGF-beta and IL-10 by microglia cells. Collectively, these data strongly support a central role of NapA in promoting both Treg response and immune suppression in the CSF of patients with chronic Lyme borreliosis and suggest that NapA and the Treg pathway may represent novel therapeutic targets for the prevention and treatment of the disease.

  4. Napa River Restoration Project: Oakville to Oak Knoll Reach, Group C Site 14

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    Information about the SFBWQP Napa River Restoration Project: Oakville to Oak Knoll Reach, Group C Site 14, part of an EPA competitive grant program to improve SF Bay water quality focused on restoring impaired waters and enhancing aquatic resources.

  5. Napa River Restoration Project: Rutherford Reach Completion and Oakville to Oak Knoll Reach

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    Information about the SFBWQP Napa River Restoration Project: Rutherford Reach Completion/Oakville to Oak Knoll, part of an EPA competitive grant program to improve SF Bay water quality focused on restoring impaired waters and enhancing aquatic resources.

  6. Injuries and Traumatic Psychological Exposures Associated with the South Napa Earthquake - California, 2014.

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    Attfield, Kathleen R; Dobson, Christine B; Henn, Jennifer B; Acosta, Meileen; Smorodinsky, Svetlana; Wilken, Jason A; Barreau, Tracy; Schreiber, Merritt; Windham, Gayle C; Materna, Barbara L; Roisman, Rachel

    2015-09-11

    On August 24, 2014, at 3:20 a.m., a magnitude 6.0 earthquake struck California, with its epicenter in Napa County (1). The earthquake was the largest to affect the San Francisco Bay area in 25 years and caused significant damage in Napa and Solano counties, including widespread power outages, five residential fires, and damage to roadways, waterlines, and 1,600 buildings (2). Two deaths resulted (2). On August 25, Napa County Public Health asked the California Department of Public Health (CDPH) for assistance in assessing postdisaster health effects, including earthquake-related injuries and effects on mental health. On September 23, Solano County Public Health requested similar assistance. A household-level Community Assessment for Public Health Emergency Response (CASPER) was conducted for these counties in two cities (Napa, 3 weeks after the earthquake, and Vallejo, 6 weeks after the earthquake). Among households reporting injuries, a substantial proportion (48% in Napa and 37% in western Vallejo) reported that the injuries occurred during the cleanup period, suggesting that increased messaging on safety precautions after a disaster might be needed. One fifth of respondents overall (27% in Napa and 9% in western Vallejo) reported one or more traumatic psychological exposures in their households. These findings were used by Napa County Mental Health to guide immediate-term mental health resource allocations and to conduct public training sessions and education campaigns to support persons with mental health risks following the earthquake. In addition, to promote community resilience and future earthquake preparedness, Napa County Public Health subsequently conducted community events on the earthquake anniversary and provided outreach workers with psychological first aid training.

  7. Serum Helicobacter pylori NapA antibody as a potential biomarker for gastric cancer

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    Jingjing Liu; Huimin Liu; Tingting Zhang; Xiyun Ren; Christina Nadolny; Xiaoqun Dong; Lina Huang; Kexin Yuan; Wenjing Tian; Yunhe Jia

    2014-01-01

    Helicobacter pylori (H. pylori) infection is strongly associated with gastric cancer. However, only a minority of infected individuals ever develop gastric cancer. This risk stratification may be in part due to differences among strains. The relationship between neutrophil-activating protein (NapA) and gastric cancer is unclear. The purpose of this study is to evaluate the significance of NapA as a biomarker in gastric cancer. We used enzyme linked immunosorbent assay (ELISA) to determine the...

  8. Draakoni galeriis jätkub kunsti terveks ööpäevaks / Kätlin Kaldmaa

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    Kaldmaa, Kätlin, 1970-

    2006-01-01

    Kunstnike rühmituse "Temporary A/B Ensemble (Daniel Kupferberg, Eero Yli-Vakkuri, Epp Kubu, Kirke Kangro, Lagle Palo, Simon Haefele, Thomas Geiger) 13. okt. kell 17.00 algavast 24-tunnisest performance'st "RE-DO" Draakoni galerii keldrisaalis

  9. Draakoni galeriis jätkub kunsti terveks ööpäevaks / Kätlin Kaldmaa

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    Kaldmaa, Kätlin, 1970-

    2006-01-01

    Kunstnike rühmituse "Temporary A/B Ensemble (Daniel Kupferberg, Eero Yli-Vakkuri, Epp Kubu, Kirke Kangro, Lagle Palo, Simon Haefele, Thomas Geiger) 13. okt. kell 17.00 algavast 24-tunnisest performance'st "RE-DO" Draakoni galerii keldrisaalis

  10. 4.-25. III on Nuova Icona galerii Veneetsias Kai Kaljo ja Ly Lestbergi päralt

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    2001-01-01

    Näitust "Mida te loete, mu lord" kureerivad Vittorio Urbani ja Michele de Marchi. Kataloogi eessõna: Anu Liivak, Tamara Luuk. Aprillis K. Kaljo isiknäitus Bratislavas Slovakkia kaasaegse kunsti keskuse galeriis. 27. IV Bonnis avatavale videonäitusele "Videonale" valiti Eestist K. Kaljo, Mari Laanemets, Killu Sukmit.

  11. Tikutõmbeid kottpimedas galeriis = Striking matches in a pitch-dark gallery : [luuletused] / Artur Alliksaar

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    Alliksaar, Artur, 1923-1966

    2001-01-01

    Tekst eesti ja inglise k. A. Alliksaare lühibiograafia eesti ja inglise k. lk. 55. Sisu: Tikutõmbeid kottpimedas galeriis = Striking matches in a pitch-dark gallery ; "Olen määratusuur mets..." = "I am infinitely vast forest..." ; "Olen koredate külgedega kalju..." = "I am rough-sided cliff..." ; "Olen meri, millel puudub äär..." = "I am sea that knows no bounds..." ; "Liikumine on niivõrd liitunud mu loomusega..." = "Movement is so much part of me..." ; "Ma ei söandaks öelda, et olen rikas..." = "I would not claim that I am rich..." ; Pöördehetk = Turning point ; Kuigi on nii palju lilli... = Though there are so many flowers ; Antidolorosum

  12. Tikutõmbeid kottpimedas galeriis = Striking matches in a pitch-dark gallery : [luuletused] / Artur Alliksaar

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    Alliksaar, Artur, 1923-1966

    2001-01-01

    Tekst eesti ja inglise k. A. Alliksaare lühibiograafia eesti ja inglise k. lk. 55. Sisu: Tikutõmbeid kottpimedas galeriis = Striking matches in a pitch-dark gallery ; "Olen määratusuur mets..." = "I am infinitely vast forest..." ; "Olen koredate külgedega kalju..." = "I am rough-sided cliff..." ; "Olen meri, millel puudub äär..." = "I am sea that knows no bounds..." ; "Liikumine on niivõrd liitunud mu loomusega..." = "Movement is so much part of me..." ; "Ma ei söandaks öelda, et olen rikas..." = "I would not claim that I am rich..." ; Pöördehetk = Turning point ; Kuigi on nii palju lilli... = Though there are so many flowers ; Antidolorosum

  13. Jaanus Samma In the Studio / intervjueerinud Travis Jeppesen

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    Samma, Jaanus, 1982-

    2015-01-01

    Jaanus Samma loomingust. Piltmustriga kudumite näitus "Kampsunipood Hair Sucks" Tallinna Kunstihoone galeriis. Siiditrükis fotod basseinidest, millel on veepind kaetud litritega. Jaanus Samma kunstiprojekt "NFSV. Esimehe lugu" 56. Venezia biennaalil

  14. Jaanus Samma In the Studio / intervjueerinud Travis Jeppesen

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    Samma, Jaanus, 1982-

    2015-01-01

    Jaanus Samma loomingust. Piltmustriga kudumite näitus "Kampsunipood Hair Sucks" Tallinna Kunstihoone galeriis. Siiditrükis fotod basseinidest, millel on veepind kaetud litritega. Jaanus Samma kunstiprojekt "NFSV. Esimehe lugu" 56. Venezia biennaalil

  15. NAPA STEEL in structural design for large container ships%NAPA STEEL在大型集装箱船结构设计中的应用

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    张伟; 陈磊

    2015-01-01

    The 3-D design software has been widely used in the ship production design at home, however, its application in the basic design and detail design is still in research and developing stage. NAPA Steel is a ship structural design module in Naval Architecture Software Package (NAPA) that was developed by NAPA Finland. This paper carries out the structural aided design of two 10 000 TEU container ships by NAPA Steel, and fuliflls the 2D drawing, weight estimation, sofeware interface of the classiifcation society and the output of FEM during the basis design and detailed design stage. It explores the capability of NAPA Steel for the parameterization modeling of the large container ships to ifnish the structural aided design, and summaries some valuable experience.%目前众多三维设计软件在国内船舶生产设计中的应用已相当成熟,而在基本设计和详细设计中的应用尚处于摸索和发展阶段。NAPA STEEL 是芬兰NAPA公司开发的船舶设计软件包中的结构设计模块。文章利用NAPA STEEL对2艘万箱级集装箱船进行结构辅助设计,在基本设计和详细设计阶段中参与完成了二维出图、质量统计、船级社软件接口及有限元输出的任务,探索了利用NAPA STEEL软件对大型集装箱船进行参数化建模以完成结构辅助设计的方法,并总结出一些宝贵的经验。

  16. Geodetic constraints on the 2014 M 6.0 South Napa earthquake

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    Barnhart, William D.; Murray, Jessica R.; Yun, S H; Svarc, Jerry L.; Samsonov, SV; Fielding, EJ; Brooks, Benjamin A.; Milillo, Pietro

    2014-01-01

    On 24 August 2014, the M 6.0 South Napa earthquake shook much of the San Francisco Bay area, leading to significant damage in the Napa Valley. The earthquake occurred in the vicinity of the West Napa fault (122.313° W, 38.22° N, 11.3 km), a mapped structure located between the Rodger’s Creek and Green Valley faults, with nearly pure right‐lateral strike‐slip motion (strike 157°, dip 77°, rake –169°; http://comcat.cr.usgs.gov/earthquakes/eventpage/nc72282711#summary, last accessed December 2014) (Fig. 1). The West Napa fault previously experienced an M 5 strike‐slip event in 2000 but otherwise exhibited no previous definitive evidence of historic earthquake rupture (Rodgers et al., 2008; Wesling and Hanson, 2008). Evans et al. (2012) found slip rates of ∼9.5  mm/yr along the West Napa fault, with most slip rate models for the Bay area placing higher slip rates and greater earthquake potential on the Rodger’s Creek and Green Valley faults, respectively (e.g., Savage et al., 1999; d’Alessio et al., 2005; Funning et al., 2007).

  17. Kui ise ei tee, siis ei tee keegi : New Yorgi Storefronti galerii-platvormi töökorralduse kogemusi / Anu Lill

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    Lill, Anu

    2015-01-01

    Artikli autori kogemusi, olnud New Yorgi Storefront for Art and Architecture galeriis turunduse, suhtekorralduse ja arenduse osakonnas praktikal. Storefrontis tehakse näitusi, korraldatakse filmilinastusi, konverentse ning vestlusringe kunstnike ja arhitektidega

  18. Kui ise ei tee, siis ei tee keegi : New Yorgi Storefronti galerii-platvormi töökorralduse kogemusi / Anu Lill

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    Lill, Anu

    2015-01-01

    Artikli autori kogemusi, olnud New Yorgi Storefront for Art and Architecture galeriis turunduse, suhtekorralduse ja arenduse osakonnas praktikal. Storefrontis tehakse näitusi, korraldatakse filmilinastusi, konverentse ning vestlusringe kunstnike ja arhitektidega

  19. Galereja belõh notshei = Valgete ööde galerii : [luuletused] / Andres Ehin ; tõlkinud autor

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    Ehin, Andres, 1940-2011

    2002-01-01

    Tekst vene ja eesti k. Sisu: Galereja belõh notshei 1-12 = Valgete ööde galerii 1-12 ; "v vozduhhe zassuhhi kazhdõi otgolossok..." = "põuaõhu pruunid kaigud..." ; bõt psom-apartementom = olla koerkorter ; "ohhotnik na pushnõh..." = "udusuline jahimees kütib kuradinahkseid parte..." ; "v beluju notsh..." = "valgel ööl..."

  20. Galereja belõh notshei = Valgete ööde galerii : [luuletused] / Andres Ehin ; tõlkinud autor

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    Ehin, Andres, 1940-2011

    2002-01-01

    Tekst vene ja eesti k. Sisu: Galereja belõh notshei 1-12 = Valgete ööde galerii 1-12 ; "v vozduhhe zassuhhi kazhdõi otgolossok..." = "põuaõhu pruunid kaigud..." ; bõt psom-apartementom = olla koerkorter ; "ohhotnik na pushnõh..." = "udusuline jahimees kütib kuradinahkseid parte..." ; "v beluju notsh..." = "valgel ööl..."

  1. Key recovery factors for the August 24, 2014, South Napa Earthquake

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    Hudnut, Kenneth W.; Brocher, Thomas M.; Prentice, Carol S.; Boatwright, John; Brooks, Benjamin A.; Aagaard, Brad T.; Blair, James Luke; Fletcher, Jon Peter B.; Erdem, Jemile; Wicks, Chuck; Murray, Jessica R.; Pollitz, Fred F.; Langbein, John O.; Svarc, Jerry L.; Schwartz, David P.; Ponti, Daniel J.; Hecker, Suzanne; DeLong, Stephen B.; Rosa, Carla M.; Jones, Brenda; Lamb, Rynn M.; Rosinski, Anne M.; McCrink, Timothy P.; Dawson, Timothy E.; Seitz, Gordon G.; Glennie, Craig; Hauser, Darren; Ericksen, Dodd; Mardock, Dan; Hoirup, Don F.; Bray, Jonathan D.; Rubin, Ron S.

    2014-01-01

    Through discussions between the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) and the U.S. Geological Survey (USGS) following the South Napa earthquake, it was determined that several key decision points would be faced by FEMA for which additional information should be sought and provided by USGS and its partners. This report addresses the four tasks that were agreed to. These tasks are (1) assessment of ongoing fault movement (called afterslip) especially in the Browns Valley residential neighborhood, (2) assessment of the shaking pattern in the downtown area of the City of Napa, (3) improvement of information on the fault hazards posed by the West Napa Fault System (record of past earthquakes and slip rate, for example), and (4) imagery acquisition and data processing to provide overall geospatial information support to FEMA.

  2. Continuity of the West Napa Fault Zone Inferred from Aftershock Recordings on Fault-Crossing Arrays

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    Catchings, R.; Goldman, M.; Slad, G. W.; Criley, C.; Chan, J. H.; Fay, R. P.; Fay, W.; Svitek, J. F.

    2014-12-01

    In an attempt to determine the continuity and lateral extent of the causative fault(s) of the 24 August 2014 Mw 6.0 Napa earthquake and possible interconnections with other mapped faults, we recorded aftershocks on three closely spaced (100 m) seismograph arrays that were positioned across the coseismic rupture zone and across mapped faults located north and south of coseismic rupture. Array 1 was located in northwest Napa, between Highway 29 and the intersection of Redwood and Mt. Veeder roads, array 2 was located southwest of Napa, ~1 km north of Cuttings Wharf, and array 3 was located south of San Pablo Bay, within the town of Alhambra. Our intent was to record high-amplitude guided waves that only travel within the causative fault zone and its extensions (Li and Vidale, 1996). Preliminary analysis of seismic data from an M 3.2 aftershock shows high-amplitude (up to 1 cm/s) seismic waves occurred on seismographs within 100 m of mapped surface ruptures and fault zones. Northwest of Napa, the high amplitudes along array 1 coincide with zones of structural damage and wide spread surface ground cracking, and along array 2 near Cuttings Wharf, the high amplitudes occur slightly east of surface ruptures seen along Los Amigas Road. We also observe relatively high-amplitude seismic waves across the Franklin Fault (array 3), approximately 32 km southeast of the mainshock epicenter; this observation suggests the West Napa and the Franklin faults may be continuous or connected. Existing fault maps show that the Franklin Fault extends at least 15 km southward to the Calaveras Fault zone and the West Napa Fault extends at least 25 km north of our array 1. Collectively, the mapped faults, surface ruptures, and guided waves suggest that the West Napa- Franklin Fault zone may extend more than 85 km before it merges with the Calaveras Fault. Assuming a continuous fault zone, the West Napa - Franklin Fault zone may be capable of generating a much larger magnitude earthquake that

  3. Tailored nanopost arrays (NAPA) for laser desorption ionization in mass spectrometry

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    Vertes, Akos; Walker, Bennett N.; Stolee, Jessica A.; Retterer, Scott T.

    2016-11-08

    The production and use of semiconducting nanopost arrays made by nanofabrication is described herein. These nanopost arrays (NAPA) provide improved laser ionization yields and controllable fragmentation with switching or modulation capabilities for mass spectrometric detection and identification of samples deposited on them.

  4. Development and Implementation of a New Attendance Policy at Napa High School.

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    Feist, Ronald L.

    The attendance policy outlined in this document succeeded in increasing attendance in Napa High School, California. The program focused on student absences due to truancy, not illness, although many of the illness absences reported were due to other, not-so-legitimate causes. The attendance program utilized a direct relationship between the…

  5. Napa River Restoration Project: Oakville to Oak Knoll Reach, Group A Sites 21-23

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    Information about the SFBWQP Napa River Restoration Project: Oakville to Oak Knoll Reach, Group A Sites 21-23, part of an EPA competitive grant program to improve SF Bay water quality focused on restoring impaired waters and enhancing aquatic resources

  6. The Napa Infant Program. Final Program Performance Report, July 1, 1981-June 30, 1982.

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    Sonoma State Univ., Rohnert Park, CA. California Inst. of Human Services.

    Activities and accomplishments of the Napa (California) program for disabled infants, birth to 5 years old, are summarized; and forms and program materials are presented. Components of the program, which served 25 children (birth to 3 years old) in 1981-1982, are discusssed as follows: early identification of children at risk; developmental…

  7. An Analysis of Selected Characteristics of Napa College Veteran and Non-Veteran Male Students.

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    Hagen, George; And Others

    In April 1973, it was proposed that Napa College implement a special remedial program designed to serve the needs of soon-to-be-discharged military personnel and veterans. This study was conducted to determine the need for such a program. The overriding hypothesis was that there was no significant difference between male veterans and non-veterans…

  8. Napa High School Attendance Policy. An Experiment to Reduce Unnecessary School Absences.

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    Fotinos, Tom

    This publication discusses the increasing problem of student absenteeism and describes an experimental school attendance policy that was implemented at Napa (California) High School in 1975. The policy designates a maximum of 12 absences per semester as the maximum allowable for each student under normal circumstances; after 13 absences from any…

  9. 75 FR 39702 - San Pablo Bay National Wildlife Refuge, Sonoma, Napa, and Solano Counties, CA

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    2010-07-12

    ... From the Federal Register Online via the Government Publishing Office DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR Fish and Wildlife Service San Pablo Bay National Wildlife Refuge, Sonoma, Napa, and Solano Counties, CA AGENCY: Fish and Wildlife Service, Interior. ACTION: Notice of availability; request for comments:...

  10. Evaluation of Napa Valley College's Student Orientation, Assessment, Advisement and Retention Program.

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    Friedlander, Jack

    In fall 1983, Napa Valley College fully implemented its Student Orientation, Assessment, Advisement, and Retention (SOAAR) program, which consisted of assessment of first-time students' math and reading skills, advisement about enrolling in regular or developmental courses based on scores, course advisement, and the provision of information on…

  11. Results of the Fall 1984 Survey of Napa Valley College Students.

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    Friedlander, Jack; Gocke, Sharon

    In November 1984, a study was conducted at Napa Valley College (NVC) to assess student satisfaction with the college's programs and services. An in-class survey was completed by 835 day and evening students enrolled in credit classes during the fall 1984 semester. Study findings included the following: (1) most students were attending NVC to…

  12. Results of the Fall 1984 Survey of Napa Valley College Administrators, Classified Staff, and Faculty.

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    Friedlander, Jack; Gocke, Sharon

    In November 1984, all administrators, classified staff, and faculty at Napa Valley College (NVC) were surveyed concerning a wide range of topics related to working at the institution. The survey, which was completed by 17 administrators (71%), 60 classified staff members (42%), 71 full-time faculty members (63%), and 79 part-time faculty members…

  13. Tailored nanopost arrays (NAPA) for laser desorption ionization in mass spectrometry

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    Vertes, Akos; Walker, Bennett N.; Stolee, Jessica A.; Retterer, Scott T.

    2016-11-08

    The production and use of semiconducting nanopost arrays made by nanofabrication is described herein. These nanopost arrays (NAPA) provide improved laser ionization yields and controllable fragmentation with switching or modulation capabilities for mass spectrometric detection and identification of samples deposited on them.

  14. Rapid Mapping of Surface Rupture from the South Napa Earthquake

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    Trexler, C. C.; Morelan, A. E., III; Oskin, M. E.

    2014-12-01

    Rapid documentation (3D data collection technique known as Structure from Motion (SfM), used in conjunction with traditional field reconnaissance, enabled us to rapidly locate and document surface ruptures from the Mw 6.0 South Napa earthquake. On the morning of the event, our field team used information available on social media to identify locations with potential surface rupture. Preliminary observations of surface rupture (measurements and geo-tagged photographs) were texted to the office-based team member who created digital maps of the rupture trace and shared them online via Twitter in near-real time. We documented many ephemeral features (such as offset roads, curbs, and driveways) along the rupture trace within 12 hours of the event, before these features were destroyed by road and infrastructure repair. We were able to return to most sites again within several days, allowing us to document continuing slip and create time-series datasets of offset features. After the collection and re-collection of data at selected sites, we made detailed measurements remotely using 3D models constructed with SfM. The ability to quantitatively project features into the fault plane using these models allows for accurate measurements of small features often difficult to observe and quantify in the field. Traditionally, even preliminary maps of rupture extent and offset magnitudes are not available for several days after an event because office-based processing and compilation is required. Because we were able to compile our data in real time, we distributed our results while they were still valuable for ongoing scientific response. Our work helped other science teams efficiently target fieldwork and instrument deployment; for example, one geodetic survey team used our surface rupture map to adjust their field deployment plans in an effort to capture rapidly-decaying postseismic movement. With social media and rapid, inexpensive data collection methods like SfM in mind

  15. Seismo-Lineament Analysis Method (SLAM) Applied to the South Napa Earthquake

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    Worrell, V. E.; Cronin, V. S.

    2014-12-01

    We used the seismo-lineament analysis method (SLAM; http://bearspace.baylor.edu/Vince_Cronin/www/SLAM/) to "predict" the location of the fault that produced the M 6.0 South Napa earthquake of 24 August 2014, using hypocenter and focal mechanism data from NCEDC (http://www.ncedc.org/ncedc/catalog-search.html) and a digital elevation model from the USGS National Elevation Dataset (http://viewer.nationalmap.gov/viewer/). The ground-surface trace of the causative fault (i.e., the Browns Valley strand of the West Napa fault zone; Bryant, 2000, 1982) and virtually all of the ground-rupture sites reported by the USGS and California Geological Survey (http://www.eqclearinghouse.org/2014-08-24-south-napa/) were located within the north-striking seismo-lineament. We also used moment tensors published online by the USGS and GCMT (http://comcat.cr.usgs.gov/earthquakes/eventpage/nc72282711#scientific_moment-tensor) as inputs to SLAM and found that their northwest-striking seismo-lineaments correlated spatially with the causative fault. We concluded that SLAM could have been used as soon as these mechanism solutions were available to help direct the search for the trace of the causative fault and possible rupture-related damage. We then considered whether the seismogenic fault could have been identified using SLAM prior to the 24 August event, based on the focal mechanisms of smaller prior earthquakes reported by the NCEDC or ISC (http://www.isc.ac.uk). Seismo-lineaments from three M~3.5 events from 1990 and 2012, located in the Vallejo-Crockett area, correlate spatially with the Napa County Airport strand of the West Napa fault and extend along strike toward the Browns Valley strand (Bryant, 2000, 1982). Hence, we might have used focal mechanisms from smaller earthquakes to establish that the West Napa fault is likely seismogenic prior to the South Napa earthquake. Early recognition that a fault with a mapped ground-surface trace is seismogenic, based on smaller earthquakes

  16. The Mw6.0 24 August 2014 South Napa earthquake

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    Brocher, Thomas M.; Baltay, Annemarie S.; Hardebeck, Jeanne L.; Pollitz, Fred F.; Murray, Jessica R.; Llenos, Andrea L.; Schwartz, David P.; Blair, James Luke; Ponti, Daniel J.; Lienkaemper, James J.; Langenheim, V.E.; Dawson, Timothy E.; Hudnut, Kenneth W.; Shelly, David R.; Dreger, Douglas S.; Boatwright, John; Aagaard, Brad T.; Wald, David J.; Allen, Richard M.; Barnhart, William D.; Knudsen, Keith L.; Brooks, Benjamin A.; Scharer, Katherine M.

    2015-01-01

    The Mw 6.0 South Napa earthquake, which occurred at 10:20 UTC 24 August 2014 was the largest earthquake to strike the greater San Francisco Bay area since the Mw 6.9 1989 Loma Prieta earthquake. The rupture from this right‐lateral earthquake propagated mostly unilaterally to the north and up‐dip, directing the strongest shaking toward the city of Napa, where peak ground accelerations (PGAs) between 45%g and 61%g were recorded and modified Mercalli intensities (MMIs) of VII–VIII were reported. Tectonic surface rupture with dextral slip of up to 46 cm was observed on a 12.5 km long segment, some of which was along a previously mapped strand of the West Napa fault system, although the rupture extended to the north of the mapped Quaternary strand. Modeling of seismic and geodetic data suggests an average coseismic slip of 50 cm, with a maximum slip of about 1 m at depths of 10–11 km. We observed up to 35 cm of afterslip along the surface trace in the week following the mainshock, primarily along the southern half of the surface rupture that experienced relatively little coseismic offset. Relocation of the sparse aftershock sequence suggests en echelon southwest‐ and northeast‐dipping fault planes, reflective of the complex fault geometry in this region. The Napa basin and historic and late Holocene alluvial flood deposits in downtown Napa amplified the ground motions there. Few ground failures were mapped, reflecting the dry season (as well as a persistent drought that had lowered the groundwater table) and the short duration of strong shaking in the epicentral area.

  17. Resolution of two native monomeric 90 kDa nitrate reductase active proteins from Shewanella gelidimarina and the sequence of two napA genes

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    Simpson, Philippa J.L. [School of Chemistry, University of Sydney, NSW 2006 (Australia); McKinzie, Audra A. [School of Medical Sciences (Pharmacology) and Bosch Institute, University of Sydney, NSW 2006 (Australia); Codd, Rachel, E-mail: rachel.codd@sydney.edu.au [School of Chemistry, University of Sydney, NSW 2006 (Australia); School of Medical Sciences (Pharmacology) and Bosch Institute, University of Sydney, NSW 2006 (Australia)

    2010-07-16

    Research highlights: {yields} Two monomeric 90 kDa nitrate reductase active proteins from Shewanella gelidimarina. {yields} Sequence of napA from napEDABC-type operon and napA from NapDAGHB-type operon. {yields} Isolation of NAP as NapA or NapAB correlated with NapA P47E amino acid substitution. -- Abstract: The reduction of nitrate to nitrite in the bacterial periplasm occurs in the 90 kDa NapA subunit of the periplasmic nitrate reductase (NAP) system. Most Shewanella genomes contain two nap operons: napEDABC and napDAGHB, which is an unusual feature of this genus. Two native, monomeric, 90 kDa nitrate reductase active proteins were resolved by hydrophobic interaction chromatography from aerobic cultures of Shewanella gelidimarina replete with reduced nitrogen compounds. The 90 kDa protein obtained in higher yield was characterized as NapA by electronic absorption and electron paramagnetic resonance spectroscopies and was identified by LC/MS/MS and MALDI-TOF/TOF MS as NapA from the napEDABC-type operon. The other 90 kDa protein, which was unstable and produced in low yields, was posited as NapA from the napDAGHB-type operon. Two napA genes have been sequenced from the napEDABC-type and napDAGHB-type operons of S. gelidimarina. Native NAP from S. putrefaciens was resolved as one NapA monomer and one NapAB heterodimer. Two amino acid substitutions in NapA correlated with the isolation of NAP as a NapA monomer or a NapAB heterodimer. The resolution of native, redox-active NapA isoforms in Shewanella provides new insight into the respiratory versatility of this genus, which has implications in bioremediation and the assembly of microbial fuel cells.

  18. Geophysical setting of the 2000 ML 5.2 Yountville, California, earthquake: Implications for seismic Hazard in Napa Valley, California

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    Langenheim, V.E.; Graymer, R.W.; Jachens, R.C.

    2006-01-01

    The epicenter of the 2000 ML 5.2 Yountville earthquake was located 5 km west of the surface trace of the West Napa fault, as defined by Helley and Herd (1977). On the basis of the re-examination of geologic data and the analysis of potential field data, the earthquake occurred on a strand of the West Napa fault, the main basin-bounding fault along the west side of Napa Valley. Linear aeromagnetic anomalies and a prominent gravity gradient extend the length of the fault to the latitude of Calistoga, suggesting that this fault may be capable of larger-magnitude earthquakes. Gravity data indicate an ???2-km-deep basin centered on the town of Napa, where damage was concentrated during the Yountville earthquake. It most likely played a minor role in enhancing shaking during this event but may lead to enhanced shaking caused by wave trapping during a larger-magnitude earthquake.

  19. Project Waiver of American Iron and Steel Requirements to the Napa Sanitation District for 24-Inch Diameter Butterfly Valves

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    Waiver approval by EPA pursuant to the American Iron and Steel Requirements of the Clean Water Act Section 608 to the Napa Sanitation District in California for the purchase of 24-inch butterfly valves.

  20. NapA protects Helicobacter pylori from oxidative stress damage, and its production is influenced by the ferric uptake regulator.

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    Cooksley, Clare; Jenks, Peter J; Green, Andrew; Cockayne, Alan; Logan, Robert P H; Hardie, Kim R

    2003-06-01

    The Helicobacter pylori protein NapA has been identified as a homologue of the Escherichia coli protein Dps. It is shown in this study that, like Dps, NapA is produced maximally in stationary phase cells and contributes to the ability of H. pylori to survive under oxidative stress conditions. Moreover, NapA co-localizes with the nuclear material, suggesting that it can interact with DNA in vivo. Furthermore, it is demonstrated that repression of NapA production by iron starvation was not so pronounced in a H. pylori fur mutant, suggesting that the ferric uptake regulator (Fur) is involved in napA regulation, and a potential fur box by which this control could be mediated is identified. This finding is consistent with the regulation of iron-binding proteins by Fur and also the modulation of Fur during oxidative stress, thus allowing NapA levels to be increased in the environmental conditions under which its ability to protect DNA from attack by toxic free radicals is most beneficial to the cell.

  1. New streams and springs after the 2014 Mw6.0 South Napa earthquake.

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    Wang, Chi-Yuen; Manga, Michael

    2015-07-09

    Many streams and springs, which were dry or nearly dry before the 2014 Mw6.0 South Napa earthquake, started to flow after the earthquake. A United States Geological Survey stream gauge also registered a coseismic increase in discharge. Public interest was heightened by a state of extreme drought in California. Since the new flows were not contaminated by pre-existing surface water, their composition allowed unambiguous identification of their origin. Following the earthquake we repeatedly surveyed the new flows, collecting data to test hypotheses about their origin. We show that the new flows originated from groundwater in nearby mountains released by the earthquake. The estimated total amount of new water is ∼ 10(6) m(3), about 1/40 of the annual water use in the Napa-Sonoma area. Our model also makes a testable prediction of a post-seismic decrease of seismic velocity in the shallow crust of the affected region.

  2. The draft "National Plan" to address Alzheimer's disease - National Alzheimer's Project Act (NAPA).

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    Khachaturian, Zaven S; Khachaturian, Ara S; Thies, William

    2012-05-01

    This perspective updates the status of the "National Plan to Address Alzheimer's Disease" and the recommendations of the NAPA Advisory Council's Sub-committee on Research. Here, we identify some of the critical issues the future reiterations of the National Plan should consider during implementation phase of the plan. The Journal invites the scientific community to contribute additional ideas and suggestions towards a national research initiative.

  3. Preliminary isostatic gravity map of the Sonoma volcanic field and vicinity, Sonoma and Napa Counties, California

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    Langenheim, V.E.; Roberts, C.W.; McCabe, C.A.; McPhee, D.K.; Tilden, J.E.; Jachens, R.C.

    2006-01-01

    This isostatic residual gravity map is part of a three-dimensional mapping effort focused on the subsurface distribution of rocks of the Sonoma volcanic field in Napa and Sonoma counties, northern California. This map will serve as a basis for modeling the shapes of basins beneath the Santa Rosa Plain and Napa and Sonoma Valleys, and for determining the location and geometry of faults within the area. Local spatial variations in the Earth's gravity field (after accounting for variations caused by elevation, terrain, and deep crustal structure explained below) reflect the distribution of densities in the mid to upper crust. Densities often can be related to rock type, and abrupt spatial changes in density commonly mark lithologic boundaries. High-density basement rocks exposed within the northern San Francisco Bay area include those of the Mesozoic Franciscan Complex and Great Valley Sequence present in the mountainous areas of the quadrangle. Alluvial sediment and Tertiary sedimentary rocks are characterized by low densities. However, with increasing depth of burial and age, the densities of these rocks may become indistinguishable from those of basement rocks. Tertiary volcanic rocks are characterized by a wide range in densities, but, on average, are less dense than the Mesozoic basement rocks. Isostatic residual gravity values within the map area range from about -41 mGal over San Pablo Bay to about 11 mGal near Greeg Mountain 10 km east of St. Helena. Steep linear gravity gradients are coincident with the traces of several Quaternary strike-slip faults, most notably along the West Napa fault bounding the west side of Napa Valley, the projection of the Hayward fault in San Pablo Bay, the Maacama Fault, and the Rodgers Creek fault in the vicinity of Santa Rosa. These gradients result from juxtaposing dense basement rocks against thick Tertiary volcanic and sedimentary rocks.

  4. Aftershocks of the 2014 South Napa, California, Earthquake: Complex faulting on secondary faults

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    Hardebeck, Jeanne L.; Shelly, David R.

    2016-01-01

    We investigate the aftershock sequence of the 2014 MW6.0 South Napa, California, earthquake. Low-magnitude aftershocks missing from the network catalog are detected by applying a matched-filter approach to continuous seismic data, with the catalog earthquakes serving as the waveform templates. We measure precise differential arrival times between events, which we use for double-difference event relocation in a 3D seismic velocity model. Most aftershocks are deeper than the mainshock slip, and most occur west of the mapped surface rupture. While the mainshock coseismic and postseismic slip appears to have occurred on the near-vertical, strike-slip West Napa fault, many of the aftershocks occur in a complex zone of secondary faulting. Earthquake locations in the main aftershock zone, near the mainshock hypocenter, delineate multiple dipping secondary faults. Composite focal mechanisms indicate strike-slip and oblique-reverse faulting on the secondary features. The secondary faults were moved towards failure by Coulomb stress changes from the mainshock slip. Clusters of aftershocks north and south of the main aftershock zone exhibit vertical strike-slip faulting more consistent with the West Napa Fault. The northern aftershocks correspond to the area of largest mainshock coseismic slip, while the main aftershock zone is adjacent to the fault area that has primarily slipped postseismically. Unlike most creeping faults, the zone of postseismic slip does not appear to contain embedded stick-slip patches that would have produced on-fault aftershocks. The lack of stick-slip patches along this portion of the fault may contribute to the low productivity of the South Napa aftershock sequence.

  5. Structure and immunomodulatory property relationship in NapA of Borrelia burgdorferi.

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    Codolo, Gaia; Papinutto, Elena; Polenghi, Alessandra; D'Elios, Mario Milco; Zanotti, Giuseppe; de Bernard, Marina

    2010-12-01

    NapA from Borrelia burgdorferi is a member of the Dps-like protein family with specific immunomodulatory properties; in particular, NapA is able to induce the expression of IL-23 in neutrophils and monocytes, as well as the expression of IL-6, IL-1β, and transforming growth factor beta (TGF-β) in monocytes, via Toll-like receptor (TLR) 2. Such an activity on innate immune cells triggers a synovial fluid Th17 response. Here we report the crystal structure of NapA, determined at 2.6Å resolution, which shows that the quaternary structure of the protein is that of a dodecamer with 23 symmetry, typical of the proteins of the family. We also demonstrate that the N- and C-terminal tails, which are flexible and not visible in the crystal, are not relevant for its pro-Th17 activity. Based on the crystal structure and on the comparison with the structure of the orthologous protein from Helicobacter pylori, HP-NAP, we hypothesize that the charge distributions on the two proteins' surfaces are responsible for the interaction with TLR2 and for the different behaviors in modulating the immune response.

  6. Kiriku lae all käib tähevaatlus : Y-galerii tegevus jätkub ajutisel pinnal / Raimu Hanson

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    Hanson, Raimu, 1957-

    2014-01-01

    Tartu Ülikooli maalimagistrantide tööde näitus "Die Jung" Küütri 2 galeriis, Mehhikost pärit uusmeesia kunstniku Rodrigo de San Martini näitus "Planetario" Tartu Ülikooli endise kiriku kolmandal korrusel

  7. Kiriku lae all käib tähevaatlus : Y-galerii tegevus jätkub ajutisel pinnal / Raimu Hanson

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    Hanson, Raimu, 1957-

    2014-01-01

    Tartu Ülikooli maalimagistrantide tööde näitus "Die Jung" Küütri 2 galeriis, Mehhikost pärit uusmeesia kunstniku Rodrigo de San Martini näitus "Planetario" Tartu Ülikooli endise kiriku kolmandal korrusel

  8. E-DECIDER Rapid Response to the M 6.0 South Napa Earthquake

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    Glasscoe, M. T.; Parker, J. W.; Pierce, M. E.; Wang, J.; Eguchi, R. T.; Huyck, C. K.; Hu, Z.; Chen, Z.; Yoder, M. R.; Rundle, J. B.; Rosinski, A.

    2014-12-01

    E-DECIDER initiated rapid response mode when the California Earthquake Clearinghouse was activated the morning following the M6 Napa earthquake. Data products, including: 1) rapid damage and loss estimates, 2) deformation magnitude and slope change maps, and 3) aftershock forecasts were provided to the Clearinghouse partners within 24 hours of the event via XchangeCore Web Service Data Orchestration sharing. NASA data products were provided to end-users via XchangeCore, EERI and Clearinghouse websites, and ArcGIS online for Napa response, reaching a wide response audience. The E-DECIDER team helped facilitate rapid delivery of NASA products to stakeholders and participated in Clearinghouse Napa earthquake briefings to update stakeholders on product information. Rapid response products from E-DECIDER can be used to help prioritize response efforts shortly after the event has occurred. InLET (Internet Loss Estimation Tool) post-event damage and casualty estimates were generated quickly after the Napa earthquake. InLET provides immediate post-event estimates of casualties and building damage by performing loss/impact simulations using USGS ground motion data and FEMA HAZUS damage estimation technology. These results were provided to E-DECIDER by their collaborators, ImageCat, Inc. and the Community Stakeholder Network (CSN). Strain magnitude and slope change maps were automatically generated when the Napa earthquake appeared on the USGS feed. These maps provide an early estimate of where the deformation has occurred and where damage may be localized. Using E-DECIDER critical infrastructure overlays with damage estimates, decision makers can direct response effort that can be verified later with field reconnaissance and remote sensing-based observations. Earthquake aftershock forecast maps were produced within hours of the event. These maps highlight areas where aftershocks are likely to occur and can also be coupled with infrastructure overlays to help direct response

  9. Development of the NAPA STEEL 3D-Parametric Ship Structure Parts Library Based on the VB.NET%基于VB.NET的NAPA STEEL三维参数化船舶构件库

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    刘智强; 王峰; 罗伟

    2015-01-01

    为提高使用NAPA STEEL进行船舶结构建模的效率,使用VB.NET与SQL数据库技术,以PCURVE功能为参数化模型的基础,开发了一款用于NAPA STEEL的参数化构件库.该构件库弥补了NAPA STEEL在三维建模上的不足,用SQL数据库管理参数化模型数据,更便于编辑及更新模型数据,并使得模型数据库资源得到了极大的共享.

  10. Silencing of the SNARE protein NAPA sensitizes cancer cells to cisplatin by inducing ERK1/2 signaling, synoviolin ubiquitination and p53 accumulation.

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    Wu, Zchong-Zcho; Sun, Nian-Kang; Chien, Kun-Yi; Chao, Chuck C-K

    2011-12-01

    We found earlier that NAPA represents an anti-apoptotic protein that promotes resistance to cisplatin in cancer cells by inducing the degradation of the tumor suppressor p53. In the present study, we investigated the cellular mechanism underlying the degradation of p53 by NAPA. Knockdown of NAPA using short-hairpin RNA was shown to induce p53 accumulation and to sensitize HEK293 cells to cisplatin. On the other hand, this sensitization effect was not found in H1299 lung carcinoma cells which lack p53. Expression of exogenous p53 in H1299 cells was increased following knockdown of NAPA and these cells showed increased sensitivity to cisplatin-induced apoptosis. Notably, knockdown of NAPA induced the ubiquitination and degradation of the E3 ubiquitin ligase synoviolin and the accumulation of p53 in unstressed HEK293 cells. Conversely, NAPA overexpression decreased the ubiquitination and degradation of synoviolin, and reduced p53 protein level. Knockdown of NAPA disrupted the interaction between synoviolin and proteins that form the endoplasmic reticulum-associated degradation (ERAD) complex and in turn decreased the ability of this complex to ubiquitinate p53. In addition, knockdown of NAPA induced the activation of the MAPK kinases ERK, JNK and p38, but only inhibition of ERK reduced synoviolin ubiquitination and p53 accumulation. These results indicate that NAPA promotes resistance to cisplatin through synoviolin and the ERAD complex which together induce the degradation of p53 and thus prevent apoptosis. Based on these findings, we propose that the combination of cisplatin and knockdown of NAPA represents a novel and attractive strategy to eradicate p53-sensitive cancer cells.

  11. The (Un)Productivity of the 2014 M6.0 South Napa Aftershock Sequence

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    Llenos, A. L.

    2014-12-01

    The M6.0 South Napa mainshock produced fewer aftershocks than expected for a California earthquake of its magnitude, which became apparent a few days into the sequence. In the first 4.5 days, only 59 M≥1.8 aftershocks had occurred, the largest of which was a M3.9 that happened a little over two days after the mainshock. In contrast, during the same time period the 2004 M6.0 Parkfield earthquake had over 220 M≥1.8 aftershocks, 6 of which were M≥4. Here I investigate the aftershock productivity and other sequence statistics of the South Napa sequence and compare it with other M~6 California mainshock-aftershock sequences. By focusing on similar size events, they have similar finite extents within the seismotectonic environment. While the productivities of these sequences vary quite a bit, the b-values of the magnitude-frequency distributions all fall in the 0.6-0.8 range for the northern California sequences, slightly lower than the b-value of ~1 typical of southern California seismicity. Despite the relatively low productivity of the South Napa sequence, I show that the Epidemic-Type Aftershock Sequence (ETAS) model (Ogata, JASA, 1988) describes the sequence well and investigate whether the ETAS model parameters suggest that low-productivity sequences are typical for the region. I also explore how quickly after a mainshock these types of models can capture the low productivity of the sequence. The productivity of a sequence is a critical parameter in determining the aftershock probabilities reported in the days following the mainshock. Therefore, the sooner an accurate representation of the aftershock productivity can be obtained, the sooner more accurate aftershock probability reports can be produced.

  12. Quaternary Geology and Liquefaction Susceptibility, Napa, California 1:100,000 Quadrangle: A Digital Database

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    Sowers, Janet M.; Noller, Jay S.; Lettis, William R.

    1998-01-01

    Earthquake-induced ground failures such as liquefaction have historically brought loss of life and damage to property and infrastructure. Observations of the effects of historical large-magnitude earthquakes show that the distribution of liquefaction phenomena is not random. Liquefaction is restricted to areas underlain by loose, cohesionless sands and silts that are saturated with water. These areas can be delineated on the basis of thorough geologic, geomorphic, and hydrologic mapping and map analysis (Tinsley and Holzer, 1990; Youd and Perkins, 1987). Once potential liquefaction zones are delineated, appropriate public and private agencies can prepare for and mitigate seismic hazard in these zones. In this study, we create a liquefaction susceptibility map of the Napa 1:100,000 quadrangle using Quaternary geologic mapping, analysis of historical liquefaction information, groundwater data, and data from other studies. The study is atterned after state-of-the-art studies by Youd (1973) Dupre and Tinsley (1980) and Dupre (1990) in the Monterey-Santa Cruz area, Tinsley and others (1985) in the Los Angeles area, and Youd and Perkins (1987) in San Mateo County, California. The study area comprises the northern San Francisco Metropolitan Area, including the cities of Santa Rosa, Vallejo, Napa, Novato, Martinez, and Fairfield (Figure 1). Holocene estuarine deposits, Holocene stream deposits, eolian sands, and artificial fill are widely present in the region (Helley and Lajoie, 1979) and are the geologic materials of greatest concern. Six major faults capable of producing large earthquakes cross the study area, including the San Andreas, Rodgers Creek, Hayward, West Napa, Concord, and Green Valley faults (Figure 1).

  13. Functional characterization of a NapA Na(+)/H(+) antiporter from Thermus thermophilus.

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    Furrer, Esther M; Ronchetti, Mirco F; Verrey, François; Pos, Klaas M

    2007-02-06

    Na(+)/H(+) antiporters are ubiquitous membrane proteins and play an important role in cell homeostasis. We amplified a gene encoding a member of the monovalent cation:proton antiporter-2 (CPA2) family (TC 2.A.37) from the Thermus thermophilus genome and expressed it in Escherichia coli. The gene product was identified as a member of the NapA subfamily and was found to be an active Na(+)(Li(+))/H(+) antiporter as it conferred resistance to the Na(+) and Li(+) sensitive strain E. coli EP432 (DeltanhaA, DeltanhaB) upon exposure to high concentration of these salts in the growth medium. Fluorescence measurements using the pH sensitive dye 9-amino-6-chloro-2-methoxyacridine in everted membrane vesicles of complemented E. coli EP432 showed high Li(+)/H(+) exchange activity at pH 6, but marginal Na(+)/H(+) antiport activity. Towards more alkaline conditions, Na(+)/H(+) exchange activity increased to a relative maximum at pH 8, where by contrast the Li(+)/H(+) exchange activity reached its relative minimum. Substitution of conserved residues D156 and D157 (located in the putative transmembrane helix 6) with Ala resulted in the complete loss of Na(+)/H(+) activity. Mutation of K305 (putative transmembrane helix 10) to Ala resulted in a compromised phenotype characterized by an increase in apparent K(m) for Na(+) (36 vs. 7.6 mM for the wildtype) and Li(+) (17 vs. 0.22 mM), In summary, the Na(+)/H(+) antiport activity profile of the NapA type transporter of T. thermophilus resembles that of NhaA from E. coli, whereas in contrast to NhaA the T. thermophilus NapA antiporter is characterized by high Li(+)/H(+) antiport activity at acidic pH.

  14. 3D point cloud data from laser scanning along the 2014 South Napa Earthquake surface rupture, California, USA

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    DeLong, Stephen B.

    2016-01-01

    Point cloud data collected along a 500 meter portion of the 2014 South Napa Earthquake surface rupture near Cuttings Wharf Road, Napa, CA, USA. The data include 7 point cloud files (.laz). The files are named with the location and date of collection and either ALSM for airborne laser scanner data or TLS for terrestrial laser scanner data. The ALSM data re previously released but are included here because they have been precisely aligned with the TLS data as described in the processing section of this metadata. 

  15. Surface Fault Rupture from the M6.0 South Napa Earthquake of Aug. 24, 2014

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    Ponti, D. J.; Dawson, T. E.; Schwartz, D. P.; Brooks, B. A.; DeLong, S. B.; Hecker, S.; Hudnut, K. W.; Kelson, K. I.; Lienkaemper, J. J.; Prentice, C. S.; Rosa, C. M.; Rubin, R. S.; Seitz, G. G.; Sickler, R. R.; Wesling, J. R.

    2014-12-01

    The South Napa earthquake produced the largest and most extensive coseismic surface rupture of any documented California earthquake of similar magnitude. More than 14 km of complex surface faulting, extending from the Napa River at Cuttings Wharf northward beyond the north boundary of Alston Park in the city of Napa, occurred on two principal sub-parallel N-NW trending fault strands. Other minor sub-parallel rupture zones (≤1.5 km in length with ~1-3 cm displacements) were identified near the principal strands. The surface rupture lies primarily NW of the epicenter and W of most of the mapped traces of the West Napa fault zone, but rupture was locally coincident with portions of some mapped late Quaternary and older fault traces. Geomorphic expressions of prior faulting are observed intermittently along the main traces. Surface displacements are predominantly right lateral and typically expressed as discontinuous en echelonleft-stepping fractures within zones that range from pipelines, and residential structures produced significant damage. The ~7 km-long eastern strand had coseismic dextral offsets of 2-8 cm. Its southern end lies 7.5 km NW of the epicenter and 1.1 km E of the western strand, while its northern end approaches the western strand where the two appear to merge a few hundred meters south of Alston Park. Afterslip has been documented along the western strand but was not observed on the eastern strand. It was most rapid in the middle third of the western strand, increasing initial slip by ≥20 cm one day after the mainshock. Repeated measurements suggest total slip may reach ~40 cm along half of the western strand. The complex character and locations of surface rupture produced by this event have significant implications for current approaches to fault hazard mapping in California. Additional contributors: USGS: N. Avdievitch, M. Bennett, B. Collins, T. Holzer, A. Pickering, J. Tinsley. CGS: D. Branum, B. Bryant, C. Davenport, M. Delattre, W

  16. Where was the 1898 Mare Island Earthquake? Insights from the 2014 South Napa Earthquake

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    Hough, S. E.

    2014-12-01

    The 2014 South Napa earthquake provides an opportunity to reconsider the Mare Island earthquake of 31 March 1898, which caused severe damage to buildings at a Navy yard on the island. Revising archival accounts of the 1898 earthquake, I estimate a lower intensity magnitude, 5.8, than the value in the current Uniform California Earthquake Rupture Forecast (UCERF) catalog (6.4). However, I note that intensity magnitude can differ from Mw by upwards of half a unit depending on stress drop, which for a historical earthquake is unknowable. In the aftermath of the 2014 earthquake, there has been speculation that apparently severe effects on Mare Island in 1898 were due to the vulnerability of local structures. No surface rupture has ever been identified from the 1898 event, which is commonly associated with the Hayward-Rodgers Creek fault system, some 10 km west of Mare Island (e.g., Parsons et al., 2003). Reconsideration of detailed archival accounts of the 1898 earthquake, together with a comparison of the intensity distributions for the two earthquakes, points to genuinely severe, likely near-field ground motions on Mare Island. The 2014 earthquake did cause significant damage to older brick buildings on Mare Island, but the level of damage does not match the severity of documented damage in 1898. The high intensity files for the two earthquakes are more over spatially shifted, with the centroid of the 2014 distribution near the town of Napa and that of the 1898 distribution near Mare Island, east of the Hayward-Rodgers Creek system. I conclude that the 1898 Mare Island earthquake was centered on or near Mare Island, possibly involving rupture of one or both strands of the Franklin fault, a low-slip-rate fault sub-parallel to the Rodgers Creek fault to the west and the West Napa fault to the east. I estimate Mw5.8 assuming an average stress drop; data are also consistent with Mw6.4 if stress drop was a factor of ≈3 lower than average for California earthquakes. I

  17. Ground motion observations of the South Napa earthquake (M6.0 August 24, 2014)

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    Baltay, A.

    2014-12-01

    The South Napa earthquake generated peak ground motions in excess of 50%g and 50 cm/s in Napa Valley and also along strike to the south, and was recorded at 17 stations within 20 km rupture distance (Rrup) of the finite fault plane, 115 stations within 50 km, and 246 within 100 km. We compare the densely recorded ground motions to existing ground motion prediction equations (GMPEs) to understand both the spatial distribution of ground-motion amplitudes and also the relative excitation and attenuation terms from the earthquake. Using the ground-motion data as reported by ShakeMap, we examine the peak ground acceleration (PGA) and velocity, as well as the pseudo-spectral acceleration (PSA) at 0.3, 1.0 and 3.0 seconds, adjusted empirically to a single site condition of 760 m/s. Overall, the ground motions on the north-south components are larger than those on the east-west, consistent with both the generally north-south strike of the fault and the rupture directivity. At the higher frequencies (PGA and PSA of 0.3 s), the close data are very consistent with the GMPEs, implying a median stress drop near 5 MPa. For the longer period data, the GMPEs underpredict the data at close stations. At all frequencies, the distance attenuation seems to be stronger than the GMPEs would predict, which could either be a station coverage bias, given that most of the stations are to the south of the epicenter, or may indicate that the attenuation structure in the Napa and delta region is stronger than the average attenuation in California, on which the GMPEs were built. The spatial plot of the ground motion residuals is positive to the north, in both Napa and Sonoma Valley, consistent with both the directivity and basin effect. More interestingly, perhaps, is that there is strong ground motion to the south, as well, in the along-strike direction, particularly for PSA at 1.0s. These strongly positive residuals align along an older, Quaternary fault structure associated with the Franklin

  18. Resolution of two native monomeric 90kDa nitrate reductase active proteins from Shewanella gelidimarina and the sequence of two napA genes.

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    Simpson, Philippa J L; McKinzie, Audra A; Codd, Rachel

    2010-07-16

    The reduction of nitrate to nitrite in the bacterial periplasm occurs in the 90kDa NapA subunit of the periplasmic nitrate reductase (NAP) system. Most Shewanella genomes contain two nap operons: napEDABC and napDAGHB, which is an unusual feature of this genus. Two native, monomeric, 90kDa nitrate reductase active proteins were resolved by hydrophobic interaction chromatography from aerobic cultures of Shewanella gelidimarina replete with reduced nitrogen compounds. The 90kDa protein obtained in higher yield was characterized as NapA by electronic absorption and electron paramagnetic resonance spectroscopies and was identified by LC/MS/MS and MALDI-TOF/TOF MS as NapA from the napEDABC-type operon. The other 90kDa protein, which was unstable and produced in low yields, was posited as NapA from the napDAGHB-type operon. Two napA genes have been sequenced from the napEDABC-type and napDAGHB-type operons of S. gelidimarina. Native NAP from S. putrefaciens was resolved as one NapA monomer and one NapAB heterodimer. Two amino acid substitutions in NapA correlated with the isolation of NAP as a NapA monomer or a NapAB heterodimer. The resolution of native, redox-active NapA isoforms in Shewanella provides new insight into the respiratory versatility of this genus, which has implications in bioremediation and the assembly of microbial fuel cells.

  19. Sodium phenylacetate (NaPa) induces modifications of the proliferation, the adhesion and the cell cycle of tumoral epithelial breast cells.

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    Thibout, D; Kraemer, M; Di Benedetto, M; Saffar, L; Gattegno, L; Derbin, C; Crépin, M

    1999-01-01

    Sodium phenylacetate (NaPa), a physiological product of phenylalanine metabolism, present in micromolar concentrations in human plasma, has been shown to induce in vivo and in vitro cytostatic antiproliferative effects at millimolar concentrations. Cadherin molecules are powerful invasion suppressor molecules and the reduction of E-cadherin expression plays an important role in the invasion and metastasis of human breast cancer. In this study, we demonstrated, on one hand, that NaPa stimulated aggregation by increasing the expression of E-cadherin at the surface of breast cancer MCF-7ras cells transformed by Ha-ras oncogene and inhibited its expression in MCF-7 cells. We demonstrated that NaPa increased the formation of MCF-7ras cell aggregates and did not alter the formation of MCF-7 cell aggregates. By Northern blot, we demonstrated that the E-cadherin expression was not regulated at the transcriptional level. On the other hand, we analyzed the cell cycle of these 2 cell lines after NaPa treatment and showed that NaPa induced arrest at the G1/S phase in both MCF-7 and MCF-7ras cells. bFGF increased the growth of MCF-7 cells, but inhibited MCF-7ras cell proliferation. NaPa treatment suppressed the stimulation of MCF-7 cell proliferation and increased MCF-7ras cell growth inhibition. We have demonstrated a new target of NaPa action in blocking the cell cycle of tumor cells in G0/G1. We suggest that the anti-proliferative effect of NaPa associated to the restoration of the cadherin function in human mammary carcinoma cells indicates that NaPa could be a novel therapeutic agent in breast cancer.

  20. Recruiting and Retaining Underrepresented Groups and Special Populations in Nursing Programs. Napa Valley College, October 1991-June 1992.

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    Zylinski, Doris; Metson, Elena

    In 1991-92, Napa Valley College participated in a statewide project to develop and publish this guide for recruiting and retaining underrepresented groups and special populations in vocational nursing. Among the highlighted recommendations presented in the guide are the following: (1) disseminate information on nursing education and job…

  1. Employment Trends from 1984 to 1995 and Their Implications for Napa Valley College. Planning Report Number 1.

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    Friedlander, Jack

    Designed to assist staff at Napa Valley College (NVC) in their efforts to develop short- and long-range plans for the institution, this report reviews recent reports by the Bureau of Labor Statistics regarding trends in the labor force. Following introductory material, the report looks at occupations with the largest job growth, the 20 fastest…

  2. Twenty-First Century Learning in Schools: A Case Study of New Technology High School in Napa, California

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    Pearlman, Bob

    2006-01-01

    When one walks into the classrooms at New Technology High School (NTHS) in Napa, California, he or she will see that students there are always at work: writing journals online, doing research on the Internet, meeting in groups to plan and make their Web sites and their digital media presentations, and evaluating their peers for collaboration and…

  3. Comparative Study of Vocational Nursing Curriculum and Employer Requirements. Update. Napa Valley College, October 1991-June 1992.

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    Zylinski, Doris; And Others

    In 1991-92, a project was undertaken at Napa Valley College to update the college's 1990 Comparative Study of Vocational Nursing Curriculum and Employer Requirements, to develop a model articulation program for licensed nurses pursuing associate degrees, and to produce a guide for recruiting and retaining underrepresented groups in vocational…

  4. Under What Conditions Do Children Thrive in the Madeline Hunter Model? A Report of Project Follow Through, Napa, California.

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    Stallings, Jane; And Others

    This study evaluated the effect of a comprehensive training program for teachers based on Madeline Hunter's Instructional Theory Into Practice (ITIP). To examine the question of implementation, teachers in the first through fourth grades in Napa Valley elementary schools were observed teaching two reading and two mathematics classes before and…

  5. A Study of Child Care Professionals' Salaries, Benefits, and Working Conditions: Lake, Marin, Mendocino, Napa, and Sonoma Counties.

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    Surveys were made of the salaries, benefits, and working conditions of child care professionals in Lake, Marin, Mendocino, Napa, and Sonoma Counties. The centers sampled operated under a variety of auspices. Centers included nonprofit (without subsidized child care spaces), proprietary, public, and subsidized organizations. The survey instrument…

  6. Electron transport to periplasmic nitrate reductase (NapA) of Wolinella succinogenes is independent of a NapC protein.

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    Simon, Jörg; Sänger, Monica; Schuster, Stephan C; Gross, Roland

    2003-07-01

    The rumen bacterium Wolinella succinogenes grows by respiratory nitrate ammonification with formate as electron donor. Whereas the enzymology and coupling mechanism of nitrite respiration is well known, nitrate reduction to nitrite has not yet been examined. We report here that intact cells and cell fractions catalyse nitrate and chlorate reduction by reduced viologen dyes with high specific activities. A gene cluster encoding components of a putative periplasmic nitrate reductase system (napA, G, H, B, F, L, D) was sequenced. The napA gene was inactivated by inserting a kanamycin resistance gene cassette. The resulting mutant did not grow by nitrate respiration and did not reduce nitrate during growth by fumarate respiration, in contrast to the wild type. An antigen was detected in wild-type cells using an antiserum raised against the periplasmic nitrate reductase (NapA) from Paracoccus pantotrophus. This antigen was absent in the W. succinogenes napA mutant. It is concluded that the periplasmic nitrate reductase NapA is the only respiratory nitrate reductase in W. succinogenes, although a second nitrate-reducing enzyme is apparently induced in the napA mutant. The nap cluster of W. succinogenes lacks a napC gene whose product is thought to function in quinol oxidation and electron transfer to NapA in other bacteria. The W. succinogenes genome encodes two members of the NapC/NirT family, NrfH and FccC. Characterization of corresponding deletion mutants indicates that neither of these two proteins is required for nitrate respiration. A mutant lacking the genes encoding respiratory nitrite reductase (nrfHA) had wild-type properties with respect to nitrate respiration. A model of the electron transport chain of nitrate respiration is proposed in which one or more of the napF, G, H and L gene products mediate electron transport from menaquinol to the periplasmic NapAB complex. Inspection of the W. succinogenes genome sequence suggests that ammonia formation from

  7. Decrease of breast cancer cell invasiveness by sodium phenylacetate (NaPa) is associated with an increased expression of adhesive molecules

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    Vasse, M.; Thibout, D; Paysant, J; Legrand, E.; Soria, C.; Crépin, M

    2001-01-01

    Sodium phenylacetate (NaPa), a non-toxic phenylalanine metabolite, has been shown to induce in vivo and in vitro cytostatic and antiproliferative effects on various cell types. In this work, we analysed the effect of NaPa on the invasiveness of breast cancer cell (MDA-MB-231, MCF-7 and MCF-7 ras). Using the highly invasive breast cancer cell line MDA-MB-231, we demonstrated that an 18-hour incubation with NaPa strongly inhibits the cell invasiveness through Matrigel (86% inhibition at 20 mM o...

  8. Linnalood / Andri Ksenofontov ; kommenteerinud R[eet] V[arblane

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    Ksenofontov, Andri, 1962-

    2010-01-01

    Erki Kasemetsa näitus "Kohad/Cities Revealed" ja Liina Siibi näitus "Gimme Danger" sarjast "Cityscape" Tallinna Linnagaleriis. Näitus "Jüri Kaarma lugemistuba" Vabaduse Galeriis. Rühmituse Johnson&Johnson näitus "Nothing Left to Save" Draakoni galeriis. Karel Koplimetsa, Sigrid Viiri ja Taaniel Raudsepa kunstiprojekt "OÜ Visible Solutions" Hobusepea galeriis. Inglise kunstniku Pamela June Crooki isikunäitus galeriis Vaal. Peeter Lauritsa fotonäitus "Trickster's Office" ArtDepoo galeriis

  9. Linnalood / Andri Ksenofontov ; kommenteerinud R[eet] V[arblane

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    Ksenofontov, Andri, 1962-

    2010-01-01

    Erki Kasemetsa näitus "Kohad/Cities Revealed" ja Liina Siibi näitus "Gimme Danger" sarjast "Cityscape" Tallinna Linnagaleriis. Näitus "Jüri Kaarma lugemistuba" Vabaduse Galeriis. Rühmituse Johnson&Johnson näitus "Nothing Left to Save" Draakoni galeriis. Karel Koplimetsa, Sigrid Viiri ja Taaniel Raudsepa kunstiprojekt "OÜ Visible Solutions" Hobusepea galeriis. Inglise kunstniku Pamela June Crooki isikunäitus galeriis Vaal. Peeter Lauritsa fotonäitus "Trickster's Office" ArtDepoo galeriis

  10. Occurrence of grapevine leafroll-associated virus complex in Napa Valley.

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    Abhineet M Sharma

    Full Text Available Grapevine leafroll disease (GLD is caused by a complex of several virus species (grapevine leafroll-associated viruses, GLRaV in the family Closteroviridae. Because of its increasing importance, it is critical to determine which species of GLRaV is predominant in each region where this disease is occurring. A structured sampling design, utilizing a combination of RT-PCR based testing and sequencing methods, was used to survey GLRaVs in Napa Valley (California, USA vineyards (n = 36. Of the 216 samples tested for GLRaV-1, -2, -3, -4, -5, and -9, 62% (n = 134 were GLRaV positive. Of the positives, 81% (n = 109 were single infections with GLRaV-3, followed by GLRaV-2 (4%, n = 5, while the remaining samples (15%, n = 20 were mixed infections of GLRaV-3 with GLRaV-1, 2, 4, or 9. Additionally, 468 samples were tested for genetic variants of GLRaV-3, and of the 65% (n = 306 of samples positive for GLRaV-3, 22% were infected with multiple GLRaV-3 variants. Phylogenetic analysis utilizing sequence data from the single infection GLRaV-3 samples produced seven well-supported GLRaV-3 variants, of which three represented 71% of all GLRaV-3 positive samples in Napa Valley. Furthermore, two novel variants, which grouped with a divergent isolate from New Zealand (NZ-1, were identified, and these variants comprised 6% of all positive GLRaV-3 samples. Spatial analyses showed that GLRaV-3a, 3b, and 3c were not homogeneously distributed across Napa Valley. Overall, 86% of all blocks (n = 31 were positive for GLRaVs and 90% of positive blocks (n = 28 had two or more GLRaV-3 variants, suggesting complex disease dynamics that might include multiple insect-mediated introduction events.

  11. Occurrence of grapevine leafroll-associated virus complex in Napa Valley.

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    Sharma, Abhineet M; Wang, Jinbo; Duffy, Siobain; Zhang, Siming; Wong, Michelle K; Rashed, Arash; Cooper, Monica L; Daane, Kent M; Almeida, Rodrigo P P

    2011-01-01

    Grapevine leafroll disease (GLD) is caused by a complex of several virus species (grapevine leafroll-associated viruses, GLRaV) in the family Closteroviridae. Because of its increasing importance, it is critical to determine which species of GLRaV is predominant in each region where this disease is occurring. A structured sampling design, utilizing a combination of RT-PCR based testing and sequencing methods, was used to survey GLRaVs in Napa Valley (California, USA) vineyards (n = 36). Of the 216 samples tested for GLRaV-1, -2, -3, -4, -5, and -9, 62% (n = 134) were GLRaV positive. Of the positives, 81% (n = 109) were single infections with GLRaV-3, followed by GLRaV-2 (4%, n = 5), while the remaining samples (15%, n = 20) were mixed infections of GLRaV-3 with GLRaV-1, 2, 4, or 9. Additionally, 468 samples were tested for genetic variants of GLRaV-3, and of the 65% (n = 306) of samples positive for GLRaV-3, 22% were infected with multiple GLRaV-3 variants. Phylogenetic analysis utilizing sequence data from the single infection GLRaV-3 samples produced seven well-supported GLRaV-3 variants, of which three represented 71% of all GLRaV-3 positive samples in Napa Valley. Furthermore, two novel variants, which grouped with a divergent isolate from New Zealand (NZ-1), were identified, and these variants comprised 6% of all positive GLRaV-3 samples. Spatial analyses showed that GLRaV-3a, 3b, and 3c were not homogeneously distributed across Napa Valley. Overall, 86% of all blocks (n = 31) were positive for GLRaVs and 90% of positive blocks (n = 28) had two or more GLRaV-3 variants, suggesting complex disease dynamics that might include multiple insect-mediated introduction events.

  12. Seismic Intensity, PGA and PGV for the South Napa Earthquake, August 24, 2014

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    Chen, S.; Pickering, A.; Mooney, W. D.; Crewdson, E.

    2014-12-01

    Numerous studies have investigated the statistical relationship between Modified Mercalli Intensity (MMI) and peak ground acceleration (PGA) and peak ground velocity (PGV). The Mw 6.0 South Napa (California) earthquake of August 24, 2014 provides valuable data to examine these relationships for both urban and rural environments within northern California. The finite fault model (D. Dreger, 2014) indicates that the fault rupture propagated predominantly NNW and up-dip from a 11-km-deep hypocenter. The epicentral location was 8 km SSW of downtown Napa. Recorded PGA north of the epicenter is as high as 600 cm/s2 and PGV locally reaches 80 cm/s. Field studies by two teams of investigators were conducted on August 24-26 and September 8-11, 2014 to assign MMI values at 108 sites. The highest MMI values are strongly localized along the NNW-SSE rupture trend north of the epicenter. Parts of the city of Napa and some communities several km farther north on Dry Creek Road were found to have experienced shaking intensities of MMI VII to VIII. The observed effects include houses moved off their foundations, chimney collapse or damage, cracked foundations and/or interior walls, broken windows, and the lateral displacement of heavy furniture. Communities to the east and west of this zone of high seismic intensity reported significantly lower values of MMI, typically IV and V even at distances as close as 10 km from the mapped surface rupture. In comparison with previous estimates by Wald et al. (1999) and Dangkua and Cramer (2011), we find that MMI III-VIII uniformly correspond to significantly larger (>150%) PGA and PGV values, as reported by the Center for Engineering Strong Motion Data (2014). We attribute this observation to two primary factors: (1) improved earthquake engineering in the post-Loma Prieta earthquake era that has led to building construction, both new and retrofitted, that is more resistant to earthquake strong ground motions; and (2) a frequency band relevant

  13. Growth inhibition of human melanoma tumor cells by the combination of sodium phenylacetate (NaPA) and substituted dextrans and one NaPA-dextran conjugate.

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    Gervelas, C; Avramoglou, T; Crépin, M; Jozefonvicz, J

    2002-01-01

    We have studied the cytostatic effects of sodium phenylacetate (NaPA) in association with several substituted dextrans on human tumor melanoma 1205LU cells. We show that NaPA alone inhibits the growth of these cells (IC50 = 3.9 mM) while a weak inhibitory effect appears at a concentration of 37 microM (10 microg/ml) for a dextran methyl carboxylate benzylamide (LS17-DMCB). The precursors of LS17-DMCB [T40 Dextran and carboxymethyl dextran (LS17-DMC)] did not affect the growth of 1205LU cells. To potentiate the inhibitory activity of NaPA at low concentrations (below 5.6 mM), we have tested NaPA and LS17-DMCB in physical mixture (association) or linked together covalently (this conjugate is termed 'LS17-NaPaC'). We have observed an increase of the 1205LU cell growth inhibition effect with NaPA in association (IC50 1.8 mM). For a concentration of 5 mM of NaPA (free in the case of association or linked in the case of conjugate), the association with dextran derivative exhibits a 4.6-fold higher efficacy than with NaPA alone (9 versus 41% surviving fraction), while the conjugate is 1.3-fold smaller (52% growth inhibition). By performing isobologram analysis of the IC50 data, we have shown a synergistic effect for a particular molar ratio of NaPA and LS17-DMCB (NaPA:LS17-DMCB = 0.35).

  14. Seismo-Ionospheric Precursor in the GIM TEC of the 24 August 2014 M6 Napa Earthquake

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    Wu, T. Y.; Liu, T. J. Y.; Liu, J. Y.

    2015-12-01

    This study examines seismo-ionospheric precursors (SIPs) in the global ionosphere map (GIM) of the total electron content (TEC) associated with the 24 August 2014 M6 South Napa earthquake and statistical evidence of SIPs of the GPS TEC in western USA during 2000-2014. The temporal SIP in the GIM TEC around the epicenter significantly decreasing (negative anomaly) on 22 August. To discriminate the global effect, such as solar flares, magnetic storms, etc., and the local effect, such as earthquakes, 5183 lattices on the GIM are employed to conduct a global search of the SIP distribution. Anomalies of both GIM TEC and associated gradients specifically and continuously appearing over the epicenter suggest that the SIP relate to the 2014 South Napa earthquake. A simulation is further carried out to produce the SIP in GIM TEC before the earthquake. Results indicate that the eastward electric field generated over the epicenter area during the earthquake preparation period to be essential.

  15. Decrease of breast cancer cell invasiveness by sodium phenylacetate (NaPa) is associated with an increased expression of adhesive molecules.

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    Vasse, M; Thibout, D; Paysant, J; Legrand, E; Soria, C; Crépin, M

    2001-03-23

    Sodium phenylacetate (NaPa), a non-toxic phenylalanine metabolite, has been shown to induce in vivo and in vitro cytostatic and antiproliferative effects on various cell types. In this work, we analysed the effect of NaPa on the invasiveness of breast cancer cell (MDA-MB-231, MCF-7 and MCF-7 ras). Using the highly invasive breast cancer cell line MDA-MB-231, we demonstrated that an 18-hour incubation with NaPa strongly inhibits the cell invasiveness through Matrigel (86% inhibition at 20 mM of NaPa). As cell invasiveness is greatly influenced by the expression of urokinase (u-PA) and its cell surface receptor (u-PAR) as well as the secretion of matrix metalloproteinases (MMP), we tested the effect of NaPa on these parameters. An 18-hour incubation with NaPa did not modify u-PA expression, either on MDA-MB-231 or on MCF-7 and MCF-7 ras cell lines, and induced a small u-PA decrease after 3 days of treatment of MDA-MB-321 with NaPa. In contrast, an 18 h incubation of MDA-MB-231 increased the expression of u-PAR and the secretion of MMP-9. As u-PAR is a ligand for vitronectin, a composant of the extracellular matrix, these data could explain the increased adhesion of MDA-MB-231 to vitronectin, while cell adhesivity of MCF-7 and MCF-7 ras was unmodified by NaPa treatment. NaPa induced also an increased expression of both Lymphocyte Function-Associated-1 (LFA-1) and Intercellular Adhesion Molecule-1 (ICAM-1), which was obvious from 18 hour incubation with NaPa for the MDA-MB-231 cells, but was delayed (3 days) for MCF-7 and MCF-7 ras. Only neutralizing antibodies against LFA-1 reversed the decreased invasiveness of NaPa-treated cells. Therefore we can conclude that the strong inhibition of MDA-MB-231 invasiveness is not due to a decrease in proteases involved in cell migration (u-PA and MMP) but could be related both to the modification of cell structure and an increased expression of adhesion molecules such as u-PAR and LFA-1.

  16. Map showing locations of damaging landslides in Napa County, California, resulting from 1997-98 El Nino rainstorms

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    Godt, Jonathan W.; Savage, William Z.; Wilson, Raymond C.

    1999-01-01

    Heavy rainfall associated with a strong El Nino caused over $150 million in landslide damage in the 10-county San Francisco Bay region during the winter and spring of 1998. A team of USGS scientists collected information on landslide locations and damage costs. Napa County was relatively unaffected in comparison to other counties in the region with approximately $1.1 million in damages assessed.

  17. Effect of different strains of Saccharomyces cerevisiae on production of volatiles in Napa Gamay wine and Petite Sirah wine.

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    Patel, Sangeeta; Shibamoto, Takayuki

    2002-09-25

    Napa Gamay grapes were fermented with four different strains of the yeast Saccharomyces cerevisiae (VL1, MI16, Fermirouge, and RA17). Petite Sirah grapes were fermented with seven different strains of the same yeast (BM45, Fermirouge, RA17, NI, CX3079, A350, and A796). Volatile compounds formed in the wines were analyzed by gas chromatography/mass spectrometry. Volatile compounds found in both wines were alcohols, esters, and acids, as well as some miscellaneous compounds. Isoamyl alcohol was the compound found in the highest relative amount with all four yeast strains in the Napa Gamay wines, followed by 2-phenyl ethanol, monoethyl succinate, and hexanoic acid. The relative amounts of isoamyl alcohol ranged from 30.84% (VL1) to 43.28% (RA17). Major volatile compounds found in Petite Sirah wines were isoamyl alcohol, 2-phenyl ethanol, 2-hydroxy ethyl propanoate, monoethyl succinate, and octanoic acid. The several esters, including 2-hydroxyethyl propanoate, may contribute to the fruity flavor of Petite Sirah wines. Overall, the S. cerevisiae yeast strains used to ferment Napa Gamay grapes and Petite Sirah grapes produced the same major components, with certain variations in formation levels.

  18. Galerii - 10 projekti

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    1986-01-01

    Lihula tuletõrjedepoo (Tiina Kaljundi, 1983), Kehtna staadionimaja (Marika Lõoke, 1980), ETKVL Kaubandusliku Inventari Tehase katlamaja rekonstruktsioon (Tiit Kaljundi, 1982), õlletehas Hiiumaal (Vilen Künnapu, 1980), ENSV Teaduste Akadeemia hotell-ühiselamu (Miia Masso, 1981), Tallinna kesklinn (Irina Raud, Tiina Nigul, Ene Aurik, Rein Hansberg ja Ignar Fjuk, 1982-1983), Nõmme linnaosa planeerimisprojekt (Hugo Sepp ja Irina Raud, 1982), Pöide klubi (Boris Mirov, 1982), Eisma puhkebaas (Andres Alver, 1981) ja Päri kaubanduskeskus (Valve Pormeister, 1981)

  19. Galerii - 10 projekti

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    1986-01-01

    Lihula tuletõrjedepoo (Tiina Kaljundi, 1983), Kehtna staadionimaja (Marika Lõoke, 1980), ETKVL Kaubandusliku Inventari Tehase katlamaja rekonstruktsioon (Tiit Kaljundi, 1982), õlletehas Hiiumaal (Vilen Künnapu, 1980), ENSV Teaduste Akadeemia hotell-ühiselamu (Miia Masso, 1981), Tallinna kesklinn (Irina Raud, Tiina Nigul, Ene Aurik, Rein Hansberg ja Ignar Fjuk, 1982-1983), Nõmme linnaosa planeerimisprojekt (Hugo Sepp ja Irina Raud, 1982), Pöide klubi (Boris Mirov, 1982), Eisma puhkebaas (Andres Alver, 1981) ja Päri kaubanduskeskus (Valve Pormeister, 1981)

  20. Rates and patterns of surface deformation from laser scanning following the South Napa earthquake, California

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    DeLong, Stephen B.; Lienkaemper, James J.; Pickering, Alexandra J; Avdievitch, Nikita N.

    2015-01-01

    The A.D. 2014 M6.0 South Napa earthquake, despite its moderate magnitude, caused significant damage to the Napa Valley in northern California (USA). Surface rupture occurred along several mapped and unmapped faults. Field observations following the earthquake indicated that the magnitude of postseismic surface slip was likely to approach or exceed the maximum coseismic surface slip and as such presented ongoing hazard to infrastructure. Using a laser scanner, we monitored postseismic deformation in three dimensions through time along 0.5 km of the main surface rupture. A key component of this study is the demonstration of proper alignment of repeat surveys using point cloud–based methods that minimize error imposed by both local survey errors and global navigation satellite system georeferencing errors. Using solid modeling of natural and cultural features, we quantify dextral postseismic displacement at several hundred points near the main fault trace. We also quantify total dextral displacement of initially straight cultural features. Total dextral displacement from both coseismic displacement and the first 2.5 d of postseismic displacement ranges from 0.22 to 0.29 m. This range increased to 0.33–0.42 m at 59 d post-earthquake. Furthermore, we estimate up to 0.15 m of vertical deformation during the first 2.5 d post-earthquake, which then increased by ∼0.02 m at 59 d post-earthquake. This vertical deformation is not expressed as a distinct step or scarp at the fault trace but rather as a broad up-to-the-west zone of increasing elevation change spanning the fault trace over several tens of meters, challenging common notions about fault scarp development in strike-slip systems. Integrating these analyses provides three-dimensional mapping of surface deformation and identifies spatial variability in slip along the main fault trace that we attribute to distributed slip via subtle block rotation. These results indicate the benefits of laser scanner surveys along

  1. California Earthquake Clearinghouse Activation for August 24, 2014, M6.0 South Napa Earthquake

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    Rosinski, A.; Parrish, J.; Mccrink, T. P.; Tremayne, H.; Ortiz, M.; Greene, M.; Berger, J.; Blair, J. L.; Johnson, M.; Miller, K.; Seigel, J.; Long, K.; Turner, F.

    2014-12-01

    The Clearinghouse's principal functions are to 1) coordinate field investigations of earth scientists, engineers, and other participating researchers; 2) facilitate sharing of observations through regular meetings and through the Clearinghouse website; and 3) notify disaster responders of crucial observations or results. Shortly after 3:20 a.m., on August 24, 2014, Clearinghouse management committee organizations, the California Geological Survey (CGS), the Earthquake Engineering Research Institute (EERI), the United States Geological Survey (USGS), the California Office of Emergency Services (CalOES), and the California Seismic Safety Commission (CSSC), authorized activation of a virtual Clearinghouse and a physical Clearinghouse location. The California Geological Survey, which serves as the permanent, lead coordination organization for the Clearinghouse, provided all coordination with the state for all resources required for Clearinghouse activation. The Clearinghouse physical location, including mobile satellite communications truck, was opened at a Caltrans maintenance facility located at 3161 Jefferson Street, in Napa. This location remained active through August 26, 2014, during which time it drew the participation of over 100 experts from more than 40 different organizations, and over 1730 remote visitors via the Virtual Clearinghouse and online data compilation map. The Clearinghouse conducted three briefing calls each day with the State Operations Center (SOC) and Clearinghouse partners, and also conducted nightly briefings, accessible to remote participants via webex, with field personnel. Data collected by field researchers was compiled into a map through the efforts of EERI and USGS volunteers in the Napa Clearinghouse. EERI personnel continued to provide updates to the compilation map over an extended period of time following de-activation of the Clearinghouse. In addition, EERI managed the Clearinghouse website. Two overflights were conducted, for

  2. Dynamically Triggered Earthquakes in the Geysers Region following the 2014 M6.0 South Napa Earthquake

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    Meng, X.; Peng, Z.; Aiken, C.; Kilb, D.

    2014-12-01

    The 08/24/2014 M6.0 South Napa earthquake is the largest seismic event to strike the San Francisco Bay Area since the 10/17/1989 M6.9 Loma Prieta earthquake. The South Napa event caused severe damage near the epicenter. Based on the Northern California Seismic Network (NCSN) catalog, we find a clear increase of seismicity near the Geysers Geothermal Field following the South Napa event, which is located along its rupture directivity path ~50 km NNW from the hypocenter. Visually inspecting 10 Hz high-pass filtered waveforms at seismic stations near Geysers, we can identify many local earthquakes during the surface waves of the mainshock event that are missing from the NCSN catalog. To obtain a more complete catalog, we apply a recently developed matched filter technique to detect new events within continuous seismic recordings from 74 seismic stations near the Geysers. We use 4000 local earthquakes listed in the NCSN catalog from 06/01/2014 to 09/10/2014 as templates and systematically scan continuous data within ±7 days from the South Napa mainshock. As a result, we detect ~10 times more earthquakes than in the NCSN catalog, and the magnitude of completeness reduces from 0.75 to -0.6. Of the 8091 new events, 28 occurred within the mainshock wavetrain. Depending on the filter used, the first triggered event has an inferred magnitude in the range 3.6-4.0. The intensive seismic activity near the Geysers gradually decays with a p-value of ~0.7 and returns to pre-shock level in about one day. We fit the seismicity rate in the week prior to the South Napa event with the Epidemic Type Aftershock Sequence (ETAS) model and extrapolate to obtain a post-mainshock rate. The observed post-mainshock seismicity rate clearly deviates from the ETAS prediction, which suggests that not all increased seismicity near the Geysers can be explained as aftershocks of the first triggered event. Instead these new events may be associated with stress transients (e.g. creep) or fluid

  3. Periplasmic nitrate reduction in Wolinella succinogenes: cytoplasmic NapF facilitates NapA maturation and requires the menaquinol dehydrogenase NapH for membrane attachment.

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    Kern, Melanie; Simon, Jörg

    2009-08-01

    Various nitrate-reducing bacteria produce proteins of the periplasmic nitrate reductase (Nap) system to catalyse electron transport from the membraneous quinol pool to the periplasmic nitrate reductase NapA. The composition of the corresponding nap gene clusters varies but, in addition to napA, genes encoding at least one membrane-bound quinol dehydrogenase module (NapC and/or NapGH) are regularly present. Moreover, some nap loci predict accessory proteins such as the iron-sulfur protein NapF, whose function is poorly understood. Here, the role of NapF in nitrate respiration of the Epsilonproteobacterium Wolinella succinogenes was examined. Immunoblot analysis showed that NapF is located in the membrane fraction in nitrate-grown wild-type cells whereas it was found to be a soluble cytoplasmic protein in a napH deletion mutant. This finding indicates the formation of a membrane-bound NapGHF complex that is likely to catalyse NapH-dependent menaquinol oxidation and electron transport to the iron-sulfur adaptor proteins NapG and NapF, which are located on the periplasmic and cytoplasmic side of the membrane, respectively. The cysteine residues of a CX(3)CP motif and of the C-terminal tetra-cysteine cluster of NapH were found to be required for interaction with NapF. A napF deletion mutant accumulated the catalytically inactive cytoplasmic NapA precursor, suggesting that electron flow or direct interaction between NapF and NapA facilitated NapA assembly and/or export. On the other hand, NapA maturation and activity was not impaired in the absence of NapH, demonstrating that soluble NapF is functional. Each of the four tetra-cysteine motifs of NapF was modified but only one motif was found to be essential for efficient NapA maturation. It is concluded that the NapGHF complex plays a multifunctional role in menaquinol oxidation, electron transfer to periplasmic NapA and maturation of the cytoplasmic NapA precursor.

  4. Ground-water hydrology of the Lower Milliken-Sarco-Tulucay Creeks area, Napa County, California

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    Johnson, Michael J.

    1977-01-01

    The Sonoma Volcanics are the principal water-bearing materials in the lower Milliken-Sarco-Tulucay Creeks area, which occupies about 15 square miles (39 square kilometers) in and east of Napa, Calif. The distribution and composition of these volcanic units are highly variable and complex. Within the Sonoma Volcanics the tuffs constitute the best ground-water reservoir. They are principally pumicitic ash-flow tuffs, partly welded and moderately permeable. These tuffs extend to a depth exceeding 500 feet (150 meters), and are irregularly interbedded with clay, igneous flows, and other volcanically derived material of very low permeability which locally confine the tuffs. Recharge and movement of ground water within these tuffs are affected by the highly variable character of this rock sequence, by adjacent formations, and by tectonic features such as the Cup and Saucer ridge and the Soda Creek fault. The lithology of the area limits specific yields to about 4 percent (unconfined conditions). Specific capacities of wells average less than 3 gallons per minute per foot of drawdown (0.6 liter per second per meter) except in the most permeable areas.

  5. Kodu kui kunstiprojekt = Home as an Art Project / David Crowley

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    Crowley, David

    2004-01-01

    Londonis avatud saksa kunstniku Gregor Schneideri installatsioonist "Die Familie Schneider" ja tema projektist "Dead House UR" tema kodulinnas Rheydtis. Inglise kunstniku Michael Landy (sünd. 1963) 2001. a. Londoni endises C&A kaubamajas korraldatud kunstisündmusest "Breakdown", mille käigus M. Landy laskis kõik oma 7227 isiklikku eset teatraalsel tehaseliinil hävitada, ja tema installatsioonist "Semi-detached" Tate Britainis. 5 ill

  6. Kodu kui kunstiprojekt = Home as an Art Project / David Crowley

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    Crowley, David

    2004-01-01

    Londonis avatud saksa kunstniku Gregor Schneideri installatsioonist "Die Familie Schneider" ja tema projektist "Dead House UR" tema kodulinnas Rheydtis. Inglise kunstniku Michael Landy (sünd. 1963) 2001. a. Londoni endises C&A kaubamajas korraldatud kunstisündmusest "Breakdown", mille käigus M. Landy laskis kõik oma 7227 isiklikku eset teatraalsel tehaseliinil hävitada, ja tema installatsioonist "Semi-detached" Tate Britainis. 5 ill

  7. NapA Na(+)/H(+) Antiporter as a Sodium Extrusion System Supplementary to the Vacuolar Na(+)-ATPase in Enterococcus hirae.

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    Kawano, M; Igarashi, K; Solioz, M; Kakinuma, Y

    1998-01-01

    Enterococcus hirae has two sodium extrusion systems: the NapA Na(+)/H(+) antiporter and the vacuolar Na(+)-ATPase. We found that a NapA mutant, WD4, which is deficient in Na(+)/H(+) antiporter activity, grew well in the pH range of 6 to 10 up to 200 mM sodium. This was due to active, potential-independent sodium extrusion by the Na(+)-ATPase, which was induced under these conditions. The NapA Na(+)/H(+) antiporter is thus not a prerequisite for growth of E. hirae in the presence of sodium, but plays a supplementary role in sodium extrusion at acidic pH.

  8. The Rule of Dynamic Strain to Near Source Aftershock Distribution of the 2014, Mw 6.0, Napa (California) Earthquake

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    Emolo, A.; De Matteis, R.; Convertito, V.

    2015-12-01

    The 2014 Napa was recognized as a right-lateral strike-slip fault. About 400 aftershocks occurred, mainly in the near-source range, in the two months after the earthquake. They mostly occurred between 8 and 11 km depth interesting an area of about 10 km2 north-northwest-trending with respect to the mainshock hypocenter. However, the aftershock distribution was not able to constrain the mainshock fault plane. Since Parsons et al. (2014) have shown that Coulomb static stress change does not completely explain near-source aftershock distribution, we explore whether dynamic strain transfer, enhanced by source directivity, contributed to trigger the aftershock sequence. Indeed, dynamic strain transfer triggering attributes enhanced failure probabilities to increased shear stresses or strains, to permeability changes and maybe to fault weakening. In this respect, we observe that a single inverse power law fits the decay of aftershock density as function of distance from the fault plane, suggesting that dynamic stress/strain might have played a role in the aftershocks triggering. To test this hypothesis, we used Peak-Ground Velocities (PGVs) as a proxy for peak-dynamic strain/stress field, accounting for both fault finiteness and source directivity. We first use a point source to retrieve the best parameters of the directivity function from the inversion of the PGVs. Next, the same PGVs are used to jointly infer the surface fault projection and the dominant horizontal rupture direction. Finally, we map the peak-dynamic strain/stress, modified by source geometry and directivity, to resolve the relationship between the aftershocks location and the areas of large dynamic strain values. Thus, we believe that dynamic strain/stress actually contributed to the Napa aftershock distribution. Our results may help to better constrain the Napa causative fault and complement Coulomb static stress change to identify areas that will be more likely affected by aftershocks.

  9. Application of NAPA Macros in Ship Intact Stability Checking%宏在NAPA船舶完整稳性校核中的应用

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    周煜

    2014-01-01

    NAPA是一款功能强大的的船舶三维设计软件,其宏功能亦相当完善。本文对NAPA软件的宏功能进行了详述,并对某集装箱船完整稳性校核进行了举例说明。%NAPA is a powerful ship 3D design software with perfect macro function. In this paper, the macro function of NAPA software is described in detail and intact stability checking for a container ship is illustrated.

  10. Napa推出2006.1版应用软件%Napa releases version 2006.1

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    2006-01-01

    2006年7月NAPA公司发布了最新版应用软件,该软件配有全新的阅读工具,提升了处理数据的安全性,同时新版本对NAPA Manager应用程序做了必要的补充,增加了新的内容,以便于应对复杂的船型进行设计和处理。

  11. Plate Boundary Observatory Strainmeter Recordings of The M6.0 August 24, 2014 South Napa Earthquake

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    Hodgkinson, Kathleen; Mencin, David; Phillips, David; Mattioli, Glen; Meertens, Charles

    2015-04-01

    The 2014 Mw6.0 South Napa earthquake nucleated at 11 km depth near the West Napa fault, one of a complex system of sub-parallel major right lateral faults north of San Francisco that together accommodate much of the relative motion between the Pacific and North American tectonic plates. The South Napa event was the largest to have shaken the San Francisco Bay Area (SFBA) in almost 25 years. A major goal of the NSF-funded EarthScope Plate Boundary Observatory (PBO), installed and maintained by UNAVCO, was to enable researchers to study the interaction between the faults that form a plate boundary zone, and in particular, to investigate the role that aseismic transients contribute to strain accumulation and release. To realize this goal, PBO includes borehole tensor strainmeters (BSMs) installed in several targeted regions, including on to the north and east of San Francisco. Two PBO BSMs have been operating in the SFBA since 2008: B057, north of San Francisco and 30 km from the epicenter, and B054, 3 km from the Hayward Fault and 40 km from the epicenter. We find the coseismic strains recorded by B057 are close to those predicted using elastic half-space dislocation theory and the seismically determined focal mechanism, while a more complicated variable slip model may be required for observations from B054. Months after the event, B057 continued to record a significant postseismic signal. In this presentation we document the coseismic signals recorded by the PBO BSMs and characterize the temporal behavior of the postseismic signal at B057. The PBO network includes over 1100 GPS, 75 BSMs, 79 seismometers and arrays of tiltmeters, pore pressure sensors and meteorological instrumentation. UNAVCO generates an Earthscope Level 2 processed strain time-series combined into areal and shear strains for the PBO BSM network; the raw data are available from the IRIS DMC in mSEED format. For events of interest, such as the South Napa earthquake, UNAVCO generates a 1-sps

  12. Geologic Map and Map Database of Eastern Sonoma and Western Napa Counties, California

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    Graymer, R.W.; Brabb, E.E.; Jones, D.L.; Barnes, J.; Nicholson, R.S.; Stamski, R.E.

    2007-01-01

    Introduction This report contains a new 1:100,000-scale geologic map, derived from a set of geologic map databases (Arc-Info coverages) containing information at 1:62,500-scale resolution, and a new description of the geologic map units and structural relations in the map area. Prepared as part of the San Francisco Bay Region Mapping Project, the study area includes the north-central part of the San Francisco Bay region, and forms the final piece of the effort to generate new, digital geologic maps and map databases for an area which includes Alameda, Contra Costa, Marin, Napa, San Francisco, San Mateo, Santa Clara, Santa Cruz, Solano, and Sonoma Counties. Geologic mapping in Lake County in the north-central part of the map extent was not within the scope of the Project. The map and map database integrates both previously published reports and new geologic mapping and field checking by the authors (see Sources of Data index map on the map sheet or the Arc-Info coverage eswn-so and the textfile eswn-so.txt). This report contains new ideas about the geologic structures in the map area, including the active San Andreas Fault system, as well as the geologic units and their relations. Together, the map (or map database) and the unit descriptions in this report describe the composition, distribution, and orientation of geologic materials and structures within the study area at regional scale. Regional geologic information is important for analysis of earthquake shaking, liquifaction susceptibility, landslide susceptibility, engineering materials properties, mineral resources and hazards, as well as groundwater resources and hazards. These data also assist in answering questions about the geologic history and development of the California Coast Ranges.

  13. Hydrothermal contamination of public supply wells in Napa and Sonoma Valleys, California

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    Forrest, Matthew J.; Kulongoski, Justin T.; Edwards, Matthew S.; Farrar, Christopher D.; Belitz, Kenneth; Norris, Richard D.

    2013-01-01

    Groundwater chemistry and isotope data from 44 public supply wells in the Napa and Sonoma Valleys, California were determined to investigate mixing of relatively shallow groundwater with deeper hydrothermal fluids. Multivariate analyses including Cluster Analyses, Multidimensional Scaling (MDS), Principal Components Analyses (PCA), Analysis of Similarities (ANOSIM), and Similarity Percentage Analyses (SIMPER) were used to elucidate constituent distribution patterns, determine which constituents are significantly associated with these hydrothermal systems, and investigate hydrothermal contamination of local groundwater used for drinking water. Multivariate statistical analyses were essential to this study because traditional methods, such as mixing tests involving single species (e.g. Cl or SiO2) were incapable of quantifying component proportions due to mixing of multiple water types. Based on these analyses, water samples collected from the wells were broadly classified as fresh groundwater, saline waters, hydrothermal fluids, or mixed hydrothermal fluids/meteoric water wells. The Multivariate Mixing and Mass-balance (M3) model was applied in order to determine the proportion of hydrothermal fluids, saline water, and fresh groundwater in each sample. Major ions, isotopes, and physical parameters of the waters were used to characterize the hydrothermal fluids as Na–Cl type, with significant enrichment in the trace elements As, B, F and Li. Five of the wells from this study were classified as hydrothermal, 28 as fresh groundwater, two as saline water, and nine as mixed hydrothermal fluids/meteoric water wells. The M3 mixing-model results indicated that the nine mixed wells contained between 14% and 30% hydrothermal fluids. Further, the chemical analyses show that several of these mixed-water wells have concentrations of As, F and B that exceed drinking-water standards or notification levels due to contamination by hydrothermal fluids.

  14. Transformations, transport, and potential unintended consequences of high sulfur inputs to Napa Valley vineyards.

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    Hinckley, Eve-Lyn S; Matson, Pamela A

    2011-08-23

    Unintended anthropogenic deposition of sulfur (S) to forest ecosystems has a range of negative consequences, identified through decades of research. There has been far less study of purposeful S use in agricultural systems around the world, including the application of elemental sulfur (S(0)) as a quick-reacting fungicide to prevent damage to crops. Here we report results from a three-year study of the transformations and flows of applied S(0) in soils, vegetation, and hydrologic export pathways of Napa Valley, CA vineyards, documenting that all applied S is lost from the vineyard ecosystem on an annual basis. We found that S(0) oxidizes rapidly to sulfate ( ) on the soil surface where it then accumulates over the course of the growing season. Leaf and grape tissues accounted for only 7-13% of applied S whereas dormant season cover crops accounted for 4-10% of applications. Soil S inventories were largely and ester-bonded sulfates; they decreased from 1,623 ± 354 kg ha(-1) during the dry growing season to 981 ± 526 kg ha(-1) (0-0.5 m) during the dormant wet season. Nearly all S applied to the vineyard soils is transported offsite in dissolved oxidized forms during dormant season rainstorms. Thus, the residence time of reactive S is brief in these systems, and largely driven by hydrology. Our results provide new insight into how S use in vineyards constitutes a substantial perturbation of the S cycle in Northern California winegrowing regions and points to the unintended consequences that agricultural S use may have at larger scales.

  15. Near-Field Deformation Associated with the M6.0 South Napa Earthquake Surface Rupture

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    Brooks, B. A.; Hudnut, K. W.; Glennie, C. L.; Ericksen, T.

    2014-12-01

    We characterize near-field deformation associated with the surface rupture of the M6.0 South Napa earthquake from repeat mobile laser scanning (MLS) surveys. Starting the day after the main shock, we operated, sometime simultaneously, short (~75 m range) and medium (~400m range) range laser scanners on a truck or backpack. We scanned most of the length of the principal and secondary surface ruptures at speeds less than 10 km/hr. Scanning occurred primarily in either suburban subdivisions or cultivated vineyards of varying varietals with differing leaf patterns and stages of maturity. Spot-spacing is dense enough (100s of points/m^2) to permit creation of 10-25cm digital elevation models of much of the surface rupture. Scanned features of the right-lateral rupture include classic mole tracks through a variety of soil types, en echelon cracks, offset vine rows, and myriad types of pavement-related deformation. We estimate coseismic surface displacements ranging from 5 to 45 cm by examining offset cultural features and vine rows and by comparing the MLS data with preexisting airborne laser scans from 2003 using point-cloud and solid-modeling methodologies. Additionally, we conducted repeat MLS scans to measure the magnitude and spatial variation of fault afterslip, exceeding 20 cm in some places, particularly in the southern portion of the rupture zone. We anticipate these data sets, in conjunction with independently collected ground-based alinement arrays and space-based geodetic data will contribute significant insight into topics of current debate including assessing the most appropriate material models for shallow fault zones and how shallow and deeper fault slip relate to one another.

  16. Attenuation Characteristics of Strong Ground Motions during the Mw 6.1 South Napa Earthquake

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    Si, H.; Koketsu, K.; Miyake, H.; Ibrahim, R.

    2014-12-01

    The 2014 South Napa earthquake (Mw 6.1, GCMT) occurred near the American Canyon, California, at 3:20 on 24 August 2014. The earthquake is the largest damaging earthquakes in the area since the 1989 Mw 6.9 Loma Prieta earthquake. A large number of strong ground motions were recorded during this earthquake. We discuss the attenuation characteristics of the strong ground motions of the earthquake.The data used in this study are PGAs compiled by the Center for Engineering Strong Motion Data (CESMD), while the records derived at the stations located in a building were excluded. PGA is defined as the larger one among the PGAs of two horizontal components. We use a source model derived based on the waveform inversion by Dreger (2014). Based on the source model, we calculated the fault distance (FD) and the median distance (MED) which defined as the closest distance from a station to the middle line of the fault plane. We compared the observed PGAs with the GMPEs developed both in US (Boore et al., 2014) and Japan (Si and Midorikawa, 1999; Koketsu et al., 2013), as shown in Figure 1 (left, and center). The predictions by the GMPEs are generally consistent with the observations in near-field area, but overestimated at stations farther than about 10 km in fault distance. The reasons of the overestimates are assumed as follows: (1) the backward propagation effects since many far stations are located in bay area, (2) the energy loss when the seismic waves pass through the sharp discontinuities in the shear wave velocity structure. The second reason are taken into account for the case using MED based on the methods used in Si et al. (2012, 15WCEE). The corrected predictions are significantly improved (Figure 1, right).

  17. Prantslanna tallinlaste kodus

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    2002-01-01

    Tallinna Kunstihoone galeriis Eléonore de Montesquiou (s. 1970) näitus "Minu maja on minu maa (home my sweet home)". Tervikprojekt koosneb videost, fotodest, häältest ja installatsioonist. Kunstiprojekt on filmitud suvel 2001 Eestis. Kuraatorid Aurélie Wacquant, Léa Gauthier

  18. Prantslanna tallinlaste kodus

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    2002-01-01

    Tallinna Kunstihoone galeriis Eléonore de Montesquiou (s. 1970) näitus "Minu maja on minu maa (home my sweet home)". Tervikprojekt koosneb videost, fotodest, häältest ja installatsioonist. Kunstiprojekt on filmitud suvel 2001 Eestis. Kuraatorid Aurélie Wacquant, Léa Gauthier

  19. Analysis on the intact stability of the fishing vessel based on NAPA software%基于 NAPA 软件的渔业船舶完整稳性分析

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    蔡计强; 谌志新

    2016-01-01

    For the purpose of verifying the feasibility of NAPA software in fishing vessel and the accuracy of the stability calculation with the ship's hydrostatical theory , according to the special loading condition of the 49 .5 m tuna longliner ship , the NAPA software and the table calculation were used respectively . The calculation results showed that the deviation of the two methods was about 2%, which could satisfy the accuracy requirements of the engineering application .About the weather criterion calculation , the Fishing Vessel Statutory Inspection Rules and the International Maritime Organization ( IMO ) Codes were used respectively .Because of the method difference , the result deviation was a bit large .The comparison results indicated that the requirements of Fishing Vessel Statutory Inspection Rules to weather criterion was stricter than that of the IMO Codes .In the absence of using the large ship calculation software and the ship was untrimmed, the results using the ship's hydrostatical theory were reliable .As the large ship calculation software is used frequently by the designer , so the calculation principle of the NAPA software is necessary for analysis .The ship's hydrostatical theory was adopted and the NAPA calculation model was established . Through the real example calculation , the results showed the feasibility of NAPA software in fishing vessel and the accuracy of the stability calculation with the ship's hydrostatical theory .In addition , the results could provide reference foundation when the ship designer selects different calculation methods .%为验证NAPA软件在渔业船舶应用上的可行性和采用船舶静力学原理计算完整稳性的精确性,根据南海海域49.5 m金枪鱼延绳钓船的特定作业工况,分别采用NAPA软件和表格进行计算。计算结果表明,两种计算方法的偏差在2%左右,能够满足工程应用的精度要求。对气象衡准计算,分别采用了渔业船舶规则

  20. Apply ETAS in Earthquake Early Warning - A case study of M6.0 South Napa Earthquake

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    Yin, L.; Heaton, T. H.

    2014-12-01

    Earthquake Early Warning (EEW) is a trade-off between time and accuracy. We aim to increase the alerting time without loosing its reliability. This can be achieved by using prior information to classify a pick to be a true or false event, then issue alerts immediately after the first trigger. Since earthquakes cluster in time and location, potential aftershock occurrences can be predicted using the Epidemic-Type Aftershock Sequence Model (ETAS). We show that by applying the prior information provided by ETAS in the Bayesian updating process of EEW, we can significantly improve the alerting time. As an example, the epicenter estimation for the aftershock events from the M6.0 South Napa Earthquake is performed using ETAS to illustrate the accuracy of aftershock prediction. For instance, in an aftershock sequence, the most triggers at the closest stations will turn out to be real earthquake. As a result, during the aftershock sequence of the South Napa earthquake, warnings can be issued after observations of only one or two stations.

  1. Salt-Pond Box Model (SPOOM) and Its Application to the Napa-Sonoma Salt Ponds, San Francisco Bay, California

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    Lionberger, Megan L.; Schoellhamer, David H.; Buchanan, Paul A.; Meyer, Scott

    2004-01-01

    A box model to simulate water volume and salinity of a salt pond has been developed by the U.S. Geological Survey to obtain water and salinity budgets. The model, SPOOM, uses the principle of conservation of mass to calculate daily pond volume and salinity and includes a salt crystallization and dissolution algorithm. Model inputs include precipitation, evaporation, infiltration, and water transfers. Salinity and water-surface-elevation data were collected monthly in the Napa-Sonoma Salt-Pond Complex from February 1999 through September 2001 and were used to calibrate and validate the model. The months when water transfers occurred were known but the magnitudes were unknown, so the magnitudes of water transfers were adjusted in the model to calibrate simulated pond volumes to measured pond volumes for three ponds. Modeled salinity was then compared with measured salinity, which remained a free parameter, in order to validate the model. Comparison showed good correlation between modeled and measured salinity. Deviations can be attributed to lack of water-transfer information. Water and salinity budgets obtained through modeling will be used to help interpret ecological data from the ponds. This model has been formulated to be applicable to the Napa-Sonoma salt ponds, but can be applied to other salt ponds.

  2. Resource assessment of low- and moderate-temperature geothermal waters in Calistoga, Napa County, California. Report of the second year, 1979-1980

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    Youngs, L.G.; Bacon, C.F.; Chapman, R.H.; Chase, G.W.; Higgins, C.T.; Majmundar, H.H.; Taylor, G.C.

    1980-11-10

    Phase I studies included updating and completing the USGS GEOTHERM file for California and compiling all data needed for a California Geothermal Resources Map. Phase II studies included a program to assess the geothermal resource at Calistoga, Napa County, California. The Calistoga effort was comprised of a series of studies involving different disciplines, including geologic, hydrologic, geochemical and geophysical studies.

  3. Afterslip behavior following the M6.0, 2014 South Napa earthquake with implications for afterslip forecasting on other seismogenic faults

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    Lienkaemper, James J.; DeLong, Stephen B.; Domrose, Carolyn J; Rosa, Carla M.

    2016-01-01

    The M6.0, 24 Aug. 2014 South Napa, California, earthquake exhibited unusually large slip for a California strike-slip event of its size with a maximum coseismic surface slip of 40-50 cm in the north section of the 15 km-long rupture. Although only minor (Napa afterslip suggests how we might approach the scientific and engineering challenges of afterslip from a much larger M~7 earthquake anticipated on the nearby, urban Hayward Fault. However, we expect its afterslip to last much longer than one year.The M6.0, 24 Aug. 2014 South Napa, California, earthquake exhibited unusually large slip for a California strike-slip event of its size with a maximum coseismic surface slip of 40-50 cm in the north section of the 15 km-long rupture. Although only minor (Napa afterslip suggests how we might approach the scientific and engineering challenges of afterslip from a much larger M~7 earthquake anticipated on the nearby, urban Hayward Fault. However, we expect its afterslip to last much longer than one year.

  4. Follow-Up Survey of Students Who Received a Degree or Certificate from Napa Valley College in the 1984-85 Academic Year.

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    Friedlander, Jack

    A survey was conducted of Napa Valley College (NVC) graduates who completed a degree or certificate program in the 1984-85 academic year. Surveys were sent to 320 graduates to determine what percentage achieved their educational goal by the time they left NVC; graduates' satisfaction with their NVC experience; the extent to which they took…

  5. Cloning and characterization of the NapA acid phosphatase/phosphotransferase of Morganella morganii: identification of a new family of bacterial acid-phosphatase-encoding genes.

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    Thaller, M C; Lombardi, G; Berlutti, F; Schippa, S; Rossolini, G M

    1995-01-01

    The gene encoding a minor phosphate-irrepressible acid phosphatase (named NapA) of Morganella morganii was cloned and sequenced, and its product characterized. NapA is a secreted acid phosphatase composed of four 27 kDa polypeptide subunits. The enzyme is active on several organic phosphate monoesters but not on diesters, and is also endowed with transphosphorylating activity from organic phosphoric acid esters to nucleosides and other compounds with free hydroxyl groups. Its activity is inhibited by EDTA, inorganic phosphate, nucleosides and Ca2+, but not by fluoride or tartrate, and is enhanced by Mg2+, Co2+ and Zn2+. At the sequence level, the NapA enzyme did not show similarities to any other sequenced bacterial phosphatases. However, a search for homologous genes in sequence databases allowed identification of two open reading frames located within sequenced regions of the Escherichia coli and Proteus mirabilis genomes respectively, encoding proteins of unknown function which are highly homologous to the Morganella enzyme. Moreover, the properties of the NapA enzyme are very similar to those reported for the periplasmic nonspecific acid phosphatase II of Salmonella typhimurium (for which no sequence data are available). These data point to the existence of a new family of bacterial acid phosphatases, which we propose designating class B bacterial acid phosphatases.

  6. Follow-Up Survey of Students Who Received a Degree or Certificate from Napa Valley College in the 1983-1984 Academic Year.

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    Friedlander, Jack

    In winter 1983, a survey of Napa Valley College (NVC) graduates was conducted to determine the percentage of 1983-84 graduates who achieved their goal by the time they left NVC; graduate satisfaction with instructional quality and with the overall quality of NVC; graduate satisfaction with employment or transfer preparation; employment patterns;…

  7. An Evaluation of the Napa County Office of Education's Follow Through Staff Development Effort to Increase Student Learning Time and Achievement.

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    Stallings, Jane A.

    This report assesses the effectiveness of the Napa County (California) Instructional Skills Staff Development Program, focusing on its impact on student achievement and student engaged rate in classrooms. The program, providing training for teachers and principals in administrative and instructional skills, is examined for outcomes in two schools,…

  8. Ionospheric Effects Prior to the Napa Earthquake of August 24, 2014

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    Kelley, M. C.; Swartz, W. E.; Komjathy, A.; Mannucci, A. J.; Shume, E. B.; Heki, K.; Fraser-Smith, A. C.; McCready, M. A.

    2014-12-01

    Recently, evidence that the ionosphere reacts in a reliable, reproducible manner before major earthquakes has been increasing. Fraser-Smith (1990) reported ULF magnetic field fluctuations prior to the Loma Prieta quake. Although not an ionospheric measurement, such magnetic fields before a quake are part of our explanation for the ionospheric effect. Heki (2011) and Heki and Enomoto (2013) reported in great detail the devastating March 11, 2011 Tohoku-Oki earthquake in which numerous GPS satellite/ground-station pairs showed apparent changes, both increases and decreases, starting 40 minutes before the event. We say "apparent" since our theory is that electric fields associated with stresses before an earthquake map through the ionosphere at the speed of light and raise or lower the main ionosphere. Both effects have been detected. Heki's results for four quakes exceeding M = 7 are shown in Figure 4 of Heki (2011). Based on the inserted curve of Heki's Figure 4 relating the size of the ionospheric effect to the quake's magnitude, we were not optimistic about detecting an effect for the 6.0 Napa quake. However, it occurred at night, when the well-known shielding effect of the ionospheric D and lower E regions for EM fields becomes very small. When this special session with a later abstract deadline was announced, JPL researchers were asked to examine GPS data from California stations. Based on their data, the plot shown (left panel) combined with a similar plot for the Tohoku-Oki earthquake (right panel, based on Heki's data) was produced. Both panels show fluctuations of STEC (Slant Total Electron Content) before the quake times (indicated by asterisks showing the positions of ionospheric penetration points (IPP) at the respective quake times). Although alternative explanations for the TEC fluctuations cannot be ruled out entirely, these results suggest that a patent-pending system able to predict an earthquake some 30 minutes before an event by using satellites

  9. Emotsionaalselt mõjuvad pehmed väärtused / Reet Varblane

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    Varblane, Reet, 1952-

    2005-01-01

    Anne Parmasto näitus "Charlotte'i aed" Viviann Napa galeriis kuni 8. X, Tiiu Pallo-Vaigu näitus "Maalimeelne" SEB Ühispanga galeriis kuni 24. X ja Peeter Mudisti näitus "Graafiline heie" galeriis 008 Moodsas valgustuses kuni 31. X

  10. Jalutuskäik Tallinna galeriides / Andri Ksenofontov

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    Ksenofontov, Andri, 1962-

    2005-01-01

    Jaan Elkeni näitus "Herbaarium" Viviann Napa galeriis kuni 17. V. Paul Alliku näitus "Namiibia maastikud" Haus galeriis kuni 20. V. Jaak Arro ja Jonas Gasiunase näitus "2 altarit" Vaal-galeriis kuni 21. V

  11. Latent membrane protein 1 of Epstein-Barr virus sensitizes cancer cells to cisplatin by enhancing NF-κB p50 homodimer formation and downregulating NAPA expression.

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    Wu, Zchong-Zcho; Chow, Kai-Ping N; Kuo, Tzu-Ching; Chang, Yu-Sun; Chao, Chuck C-K

    2011-12-15

    Expression of the oncogenic latent membrane protein 1 (LMP1) of Epstein-Barr virus is involved in the pathogenesis of nasopharyngeal carcinoma (NPC) and lymphoma. In previous studies, we found that expression of LMP1 was sufficient to transform BALB/c-3T3 cells. In contrast, other studies have shown that LMP1 induces apoptosis in a NF-κB-dependent manner and also inhibits the growth of tumors in mice, thereby indicating that LMP1 may produce various biological effects depending on the biological and cellular context. Still, the mechanism underlying the pro-apoptotic activity of LMP1 remains unclear. In the present study, we found that LMP1 inhibits the expression of NAPA, an endoplasmic reticulum SNARE protein that possesses anti-apoptotic properties against the DNA-damaging drug cisplatin. Accordingly, LMP1-transformed BALB/c-3T3 cells were sensitized to cisplatin-induced apoptosis, whereas no sensitization effect was noted following treatment with the mitotic spindle-damaging drugs vincristine and taxol. Knockdown of LMP1 with antisense oligonucleotides restored NAPA protein level and rendered the cells resistant to cisplatin. Similarly, overexpression of NAPA reduced the effect of LMP1 and induced resistance to cisplatin. LMP1 was shown to upregulate the NF-κB subunit p50, leading to formation of p50 homodimers on the NAPA promoter. These findings suggest that the viral protein LMP1 may sensitize cancer cells to cisplatin chemotherapy by downregulating NAPA and by enhancing the formation of p50 homodimers which in turn inhibit the expression of NF-κB regulated anti-apoptotic genes. These findings provide an explanatory mechanism for the pro-apoptotic activity of LMP1 as well as new therapeutic targets to control tumor growth.

  12. Near-Field Deformation Associated with the South Napa Earthquake (M 6.0) Using Differential Airborne LiDAR

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    Hudnut, K. W.; Glennie, C. L.; Brooks, B. A.; Hauser, D. L.; Ericksen, T.; Boatwright, J.; Rosinski, A.; Dawson, T. E.; Mccrink, T. P.; Mardock, D. K.; Hoirup, D. F., Jr.; Bray, J.

    2014-12-01

    Pre-earthquake airborne LiDAR coverage exists for the area impacted by the M 6.0 South Napa earthquake. The Napa watershed data set was acquired in 2003, and data sets were acquired in other portions of the impacted area in 2007, 2010 and 2014. The pre-earthquake data are being assessed and are of variable quality and point density. Following the earthquake, a coalition was formed to enable rapid acquisition of post-earthquake LiDAR. Coordination of this coalition took place through the California Earthquake Clearinghouse; consequently, a commercial contract was organized by Department of Water Resources that allowed for the main fault rupture and damaged Browns Valley area to be covered 16 days after the earthquake at a density of 20 points per square meter over a 20 square kilometer area. Along with the airborne LiDAR, aerial imagery was acquired and will be processed to form an orthomosaic using the LiDAR-derived DEM. The 'Phase I' airborne data were acquired using an Optech Orion M300 scanner, an Applanix 200 GPS-IMU, and a DiMac ultralight medium format camera by Towill. These new data, once delivered, will be differenced against the pre-earthquake data sets using a newly developed algorithm for point cloud matching, which is improved over prior methods by accounting for scan geometry error sources. Proposed additional 'Phase II' coverage would allow repeat-pass, post-earthquake coverage of the same area of interest as in Phase I, as well as an addition of up to 4,150 square kilometers that would potentially allow for differential LiDAR assessment of levee and bridge impacts at a greater distance from the earthquake source. Levee damage was reported up to 30 km away from the epicenter, and proposed LiDAR coverage would extend up to 50 km away and cover important critical lifeline infrastructure in the western Sacramento River delta, as well as providing full post-earthquake repeat-pass coverage of the Napa watershed to study transient deformation.

  13. Rapid Response Products of The ARIA Project for the M6.0 August 24, 2014 South Napa Earthquake

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    Yun, S. H.; Owen, S. E.; Hua, H.; Milillo, P.; Fielding, E. J.; Hudnut, K. W.; Dawson, T. E.; Mccrink, T. P.; Jo, M. J.; Barnhart, W. D.; Manipon, G. J. M.; Agram, P. S.; Moore, A. W.; Jung, H. S.; Webb, F.; Milillo, G.; Rosinski, A.

    2014-12-01

    A magnitude 6.0 earthquake struck southern Napa county northeast of San Francisco, California, on Aug. 24, 2014, causing significant damage in the city of Napa and nearby areas. One day after the earthquake, the Advanced Rapid Imaging and Analysis (ARIA) team produced and released observations of coseismic ground displacement measured with continuous GPS stations of the Plate Boundary Observatory (operated by UNAVCO for the National Science Foundation) and the Bay Area Rapid Deformation network (operated by Berkeley Seismological Laboratory). Three days after the earthquake (Aug. 27), the Italian Space Agency's (ASI) COSMO-SkyMed (CSK) satellite acquired their first post-event data. On the same day, the ARIA team, in collaboration with ASI and University of Basilicata, produced and released a coseismic interferogram that revealed ground deformation and surface rupture. The depiction of the surface rupture - discontinuities of color fringes in the CSK interferogram - helped guide field geologists from the US Geological Survey and the California Geological Survey (CGS) to features that may have otherwise gone undetected. Small-scale cracks were found on a runway of the Napa County Airport, as well as bridge damage and damaged roads. ARIA's response to this event highlighted the importance of timeliness for mapping surface deformation features. ARIA's rapid response products were shared through Southern California Earthquake Center's response website and the California Earthquake Clearinghouse. A damage proxy map derived from InSAR coherence of CSK data was produced and distributed on Aug. 27. Field crews from the CGS identified true and false positives, including mobile home damage, newly planted grape vines, and a cripple wall failure of a house. Finite fault slip models constrained from CSK interferograms and continuous GPS observations reveal a north-propagating rupture with well-resolved slip from 0-10.5 km depth. We also measured along-track coseismic

  14. Co- and post-seismic deformation for the 2014 Napa Valley Earthquake from Sentinel-1A interferometry

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    Elliott, J. R.; Wright, T. J.; Elliott, A. J.; González, P. J.; Hooper, A. J.; Larsen, Y.; Marinkovic, P.; Plain, M.; Walters, R. J.

    2014-12-01

    Here we present analysis of co- and post-seismic deformation for the 24 August 2014 Napa Valley Earthquake derived from Sentinel-1A interferometry. We use these to derive the co-seismic slip distribution and map the evolution of post-seismic afterslip. The 24 August 2014 Napa Valley earthquake was the first earthquake for which surface deformation was measured by Sentinel-1A, a new radar satellite launched by the European Space Agency on 3 April 2014, and operated by the European Commission's Copernicus program. Sentinel-1A reached its final operational orbit on 7 August, and fortuitously acquired a pre-earthquake image of the San Francisco Bay area on that day in StripMap mode. By comparing it with an image acquired on 31 August, we formed a co-seismic interferogram, which reveals the surface deformation that occurred during the earthquake and the first 7 days of the post-seismic period. We use this to constrain a simple elastic model of the co-seismic slip distribution; preliminary inversion results show that the slip at depth reached a peak of >1.5 m at a depth of ~4 km. Following the earthquake, Sentinel-1A has acquired further acquisitions in both StripMap and Interferometric Wide Swath modes. The first 12-day post-seismic StripMap interferogram shows a sharp discontinuity along the entire fault rupture, consistent with field observations of rapid afterslip. We will use the full time series from August to December to measure the spatio-temporal behaviour of the afterslip, and discuss the implications for the frictional properties of the fault. The results from Napa point to an exciting and impactful future for the Sentinel-1 radar constellation. By mid-2014, Sentinel-1A will be acquiring data systematically over all the seismic belts, and the launch of Sentinel-1B in 2016 will increase the temporal frequency of acquisitions. The data will be available free of charge and will transform our ability to conduct tectonic geodesy, particularly in remote areas of the

  15. Solid-phase synthesis and screening of N-acylated polyamine (NAPA) combinatorial libraries for protein binding.

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    Iera, Jaclyn A; Jenkins, Lisa M Miller; Kajiyama, Hiroshi; Kopp, Jeffrey B; Appella, Daniel H

    2010-11-15

    Inhibitors for protein-protein interactions are challenging to design, in part due to the unique and complex architectures of each protein's interaction domain. Most approaches to develop inhibitors for these interactions rely on rational design, which requires prior structural knowledge of the target and its ligands. In the absence of structural information, a combinatorial approach may be the best alternative to finding inhibitors of a protein-protein interaction. Current chemical libraries, however, consist mostly of molecules designed to inhibit enzymes. In this manuscript, we report the synthesis and screening of a library based on an N-acylated polyamine (NAPA) scaffold that we designed to have specific molecular features necessary to inhibit protein-protein interactions. Screens of the library identified a member with favorable binding properties to the HIV viral protein R (Vpr), a regulatory protein from HIV, that is involved in numerous interactions with other proteins critical for viral replication.

  16. Spatial variations in fault friction related to lithology from rupture and afterslip of the 2014 South Napa, California, earthquake

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    Michael Floyd,; Richard Walters,; John Elliot,; Gareth Funning,; Svarc, Jerry L.; Murray, Jessica R.; Andy Hooper,; Yngvar Larsen,; Petar Marinkovic,; Roland Burgmann,; Johanson, Ingrid; Tim Wright,

    2016-01-01

    Following earthquakes, faults are often observed to continue slipping aseismically. It has been proposed that this afterslip occurs on parts of the fault with rate-strengthening friction that are stressed by the mainshock, but our understanding has been limited by a lack of immediate, high-resolution observations. Here we show that the behavior of afterslip following the 2014 South Napa earthquake varied over distances of only a few kilometers. This variability cannot be explained by coseismic stress changes alone. We present daily positions from continuous and survey GPS sites that we re-measured within 12 hours of the mainshock, and surface displacements from the new Sentinel-1 radar mission. This unique geodetic data set constrains the distribution and evolution of coseismic and postseismic fault slip with exceptional resolution in space and time. We suggest that the observed heterogeneity in behavior is caused by lithological controls on the frictional properties of the fault plane.

  17. The NapF protein of the Escherichia coli periplasmic nitrate reductase system: demonstration of a cytoplasmic location and interaction with the catalytic subunit, NapA.

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    Nilavongse, Arjaree; Brondijk, T Harma C; Overton, Tim W; Richardson, David J; Leach, Emily R; Cole, Jeffrey A

    2006-11-01

    The periplasmic nitrate reductase of Escherichia coli is important during anaerobic growth in low-nitrate environments. The nap operon encoding this nitrate reductase comprises seven genes including a gene, napF, that encodes a putative cytoplasmic iron-sulphur protein of uncertain subcellular location and function. In this study, N-terminal sequence analysis, cell fractionation coupled with immunoblotting and construction of LacZ and PhoA fusion proteins were used together to establish that NapF is located in the E. coli cytoplasm. A bacterial two-hybrid protein-protein interaction system was used to demonstrate that NapF interacted in the cytoplasm with the terminal oxidoreductase NapA, but that it did not self-associate or interact with other electron-transport components of the Nap system, NapC, NapG or NapH, or with another cytoplasmic component, NapD. NapF, purified as a His(6)-tagged protein, exhibited spectral properties characteristic of an iron-sulphur protein. This protein was able to pull down NapA from soluble extracts of E. coli. A growth-based assay for NapF function in intact cell cultures was developed and applied to assess the effect of mutation of a number of conserved amino acids. It emerged that neither a highly conserved N-terminal double-arginine motif, nor a conserved proline motif, is essential for NapF-dependent growth. The combined data indicate that NapF plays one or more currently unidentified roles in the post-translational modification of NapA prior to the export of folded NapA via the twin-arginine translocation pathway into the periplasm.

  18. Up-expression of NapA and other oxidative stress proteins is a compensatory response to loss of major Helicobacter pylori stress resistance factors.

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    Olczak, Adriana A; Wang, Ge; Maier, Robert J

    2005-11-01

    Twenty-six Helicobacter pylori targeted mutant strains with deficiencies in oxidative stress combating proteins, including 12 double mutant strains were analyzed via physiological and proteomic approaches to distinguish the major expression changes caused by the mutations. Mutations were introduced into both a Mtz(S) and a Mtz(R) strain background. Most of the mutations caused increased growth sensitivity of the strains to oxygen, and they all exhibited clear compensatory up-expression of oxidative stress resistance proteins enabling survival of the bacterium. The most frequent up-expressed oxidative stress resistance factor (observed in 16 of the mutants) was the iron-sequestering protein NapA, linking iron sequestration with oxidative stress resistance. The up-expression of individual proteins in mutants ranged from 2 to 10 fold that of the wild type strain, even when incubated in a low O(2) environment. For example, a considerably higher level of catalase expression (4 fold of that in the wild-type strain) was observed in ahpC napA and ahpC sodB double mutants. A Fur mutant up-expressed ferritin (Pfr) protein 20-fold. In some mutant strains the bacterial DNA is protected from oxidative stress damage apparently via overexpression of oxidative stress-combating proteins such as NapA, catalase or MdaB (an NADPH quinone reductase). Our results show that H. pylori has a variety of ways to compensate for loss of major oxidative stress combating factors.

  19. Offline Performance of the Filter Bank EEW Algorithm in the 2014 M6.0 South Napa Earthquake

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    Meier, M. A.; Heaton, T. H.; Clinton, J. F.

    2014-12-01

    Medium size events like the M6.0 South Napa earthquake are very challenging for EEW: the damage such events produce can be severe, but it is generally confined to relatively small zones around the epicenter and the shaking duration is short. This leaves a very short window for timely EEW alerts. Algorithms that wait for several stations to trigger before sending out EEW alerts are typically not fast enough for these kind of events because their blind zone (the zone where strong ground motions start before the warnings arrive) typically covers all or most of the area that experiences strong ground motions. At the same time, single station algorithms are often too unreliable to provide useful alerts. The filter bank EEW algorithm is a new algorithm that is designed to provide maximally accurate and precise earthquake parameter estimates with minimum data input, with the goal of producing reliable EEW alerts when only a very small number of stations have been reached by the p-wave. It combines the strengths of single station and network based algorithms in that it starts parameter estimates as soon as 0.5 seconds of data are available from the first station, but then perpetually incorporates additional data from the same or from any number of other stations. The algorithm analyzes the time dependent frequency content of real time waveforms with a filter bank. It then uses an extensive training data set to find earthquake records from the past that have had similar frequency content at a given time since the p-wave onset. The source parameters of the most similar events are used to parameterize a likelihood function for the source parameters of the ongoing event, which can then be maximized to find the most likely parameter estimates. Our preliminary results show that the filter bank EEW algorithm correctly estimated the magnitude of the South Napa earthquake to be ~M6 with only 1 second worth of data at the nearest station to the epicenter. This estimate is then

  20. Tectonic Seasonal Loading Inferred from cGPS Measurements as a Potential Trigger for the M6.0 South Napa Earthquake

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    Kraner, M.; Holt, W. E.; Borsa, A. A.

    2015-12-01

    Measurements from continuous global positioning system (cGPS) networks continue to unfold details about transient strain signals [Mavrommatis et al., 2014; Heki, 2003]. Linking these transient strain signals to seismic events remains elusive, as it requires detailed information about the steady-state tectonic loading sources, faulting geometries, and strain distribution with depth. Here we use cGPS measurements to uncover a regional strain transient peaking just prior to the M6.0 August 24, 2014 South Napa earthquake. This signal appears to have produced a coulomb stress increase, favoring slip on the West Napa faulting system. Analysis of cGPS time series during the interseismic period from 2006 to 2014 shows a stacked summer dilatational lobe of +142 ± 64 x 10-9 in the 100 km2 earthquake region. The Napa region is part of a broad, long wavelength, zone of positive dilatational strain and coulomb stress increase peaking each summer season. Summer transients are associated with horizontal displacements of 3-5 mm directed eastward toward the Sacramento Basin and of 1-3 mm directed southwest toward the San Francisco Bay and Pacific Ocean. Winter transients involve the opposite of these motions, causing negative dilatational strains and negative coulomb stress changes in the Napa region. We observe a significant increase in summer seismicity rates (greater than 95% confidence for a Chi-square test) within regions of positive coulomb stress change in Northern California. Large scale models of vertical hydrologic loading predict some components of the long-wavelength horizontal signal in Northern California, but this loading accounts for only 20 - 30% of the total anomalous signal. We hypothesize that the remaining signal is associated with smaller-scale seasonal groundwater fluctuations in local basins (e.g., the Sonoma and Napa sub-basins) along with thermoelastic effects. We provide details regarding the amount of thermoelastic strain from the elastic portion of the

  1. The 2014 Mw 6.0 Napa earthquake, California: Observations from real-time GPS-enhanced earthquake early warning

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    Grapenthin, Ronni; Johanson, Ingrid; Allen, Richard M.

    2014-12-01

    Recently, progress has been made to demonstrate feasibility and benefits of including real-time GPS (rtGPS) in earthquake early warning and rapid response systems. Most concepts, however, have yet to be integrated into operational environments. The Berkeley Seismological Laboratory runs an rtGPS-based finite fault inversion scheme in real time. This system (G-larmS) detected the 2014 Mw 6.0 South Napa earthquake in California. We review G-larmS' performance during this event and 13 aftershocks and present rtGPS observations and real-time modeling results for the main shock. The first distributed slip model and magnitude estimates were available 24s after the event origin time, which, after optimizations, was reduced to 14s (≈8s S wave travel time, ≈6s data latency). G-larmS' solutions for the aftershocks (that had no measurable surface displacements) demonstrate that, in combination with the seismic early warning magnitude, Mw 6.0 is our current resolution limit.

  2. Three-Dimensional Finite Difference Simulation of Ground Motions from the August 24, 2014 South Napa Earthquake

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    Rodgers, Arthur J. [Lawrence Livermore National Lab. (LLNL), Livermore, CA (United States); Univ. of California, Berkeley, CA (United States); Dreger, Douglas S. [Univ. of California, Berkeley, CA (United States); Pitarka, Arben [Lawrence Livermore National Lab. (LLNL), Livermore, CA (United States)

    2015-06-15

    We performed three-dimensional (3D) anelastic ground motion simulations of the South Napa earthquake to investigate the performance of different finite rupture models and the effects of 3D structure on the observed wavefield. We considered rupture models reported by Dreger et al. (2015), Ji et al., (2015), Wei et al. (2015) and Melgar et al. (2015). We used the SW4 anelastic finite difference code developed at Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory (Petersson and Sjogreen, 2013) and distributed by the Computational Infrastructure for Geodynamics. This code can compute the seismic response for fully 3D sub-surface models, including surface topography and linear anelasticity. We use the 3D geologic/seismic model of the San Francisco Bay Area developed by the United States Geological Survey (Aagaard et al., 2008, 2010). Evaluation of earlier versions of this model indicated that the structure can reproduce main features of observed waveforms from moderate earthquakes (Rodgers et al., 2008; Kim et al., 2010). Simulations were performed for a domain covering local distances (< 25 km) and resolution providing simulated ground motions valid to 1 Hz.

  3. Hobusepea galerii on ametlikult Eesti Kunstnike Liidu galerii / Elin Kard

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    Kard, Elin

    2003-01-01

    Kuraator E. Kard soovib luua kaasaegse kunsti galeriid, kuhu on oodatud ka üliõpilased, kunstnikud väljastpoolt Eestit. Kõigil soovijatel on võrdsed võimalused esitada näituseprojekte. Kristel Sibul avab oma magistrinäituse, millega kaitses EKA meediamagistri kraadi

  4. 31. VIII avati Vaala galeriis...

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    2004-01-01

    Näitus "Märkmed maalist. Eesti ja Leedu noor kunst". Kuraatorid Margaret Tali ja Milda Zvirblyte. Osalevad Maarit Murka, Tõnis Saadoja, Kristi Laanemäe, Vilius Vanagas, Agile Mazonaite, Jolanta Kyzikaite, Ieva Baranauskaite. Kõlab Taavi Laatsiti originaalmuusika

  5. 9. VI avati Deco galeriis...

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    2004-01-01

    EKA graafikaosakonna magistrandi Anna Arho magistritööd tutvustav näitus "Still Life with Mothers and Daughters". A. Arho kaitses samas oma magistritöö, mille teooriaosas "Külalisena Graafikamaal" on vaatluse alla võetud eesti ja soome vabagraafika tänapäev

  6. 11. IV avati Draakoni galeriis...

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    2005-01-01

    Tanel Saare (sünd. 1979) näitus "Gott und huhn episode IV: seed shower". Eksponeeritakse väljavõtteid aktsioonidest aastatel 2000-2004 Turus, Nürnbergis, Berliinis, Lohusalus ja Soulis. Osa aktsioone toimus koos rühmitusega Non Grata

  7. 9. VII avati Hobusepea galeriis...

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    2003-01-01

    Elin Kardi kureeritud näitus "Chart" - üks 2003. a. Eesti Maalikunstnike Liidu aastanäituse sarja projektidest. Väljas olevad tööd vahetuvad kord nädalas vastavalt saavutatud kohtadele publiku koostatavas "maalikunsti edetabelis"

  8. 9. VII avati Hobusepea galeriis...

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    2003-01-01

    Elin Kardi kureeritud näitus "Chart" - üks 2003. a. Eesti Maalikunstnike Liidu aastanäituse sarja projektidest. Väljas olevad tööd vahetuvad kord nädalas vastavalt saavutatud kohtadele publiku koostatavas "maalikunsti edetabelis"

  9. 7. IV avati Vene galeriis...

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    2005-01-01

    Galeristide Andrei ja Masha Melnikovi kureeritud Ene-Liis Semperi ning gruppi Escape kuuluvate vene kunstnike Anton Litvini (ööfotod) ja Bogdan Mamonovi (maalisari "Ma kanoniseerisin oma sõpru") näitus "Trinity", millega käidi Madridi kunstimessil ARCO. Projekti initsiaator Viktor Misiano

  10. 31. VIII avati Vaala galeriis...

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    2004-01-01

    Näitus "Märkmed maalist. Eesti ja Leedu noor kunst". Kuraatorid Margaret Tali ja Milda Zvirblyte. Osalevad Maarit Murka, Tõnis Saadoja, Kristi Laanemäe, Vilius Vanagas, Agile Mazonaite, Jolanta Kyzikaite, Ieva Baranauskaite. Kõlab Taavi Laatsiti originaalmuusika

  11. Use of phytic acid and hyper-salting to eliminate Escherichia coli O157:H7 from napa cabbage for kimchi production in a commercial plant.

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    Kim, Nam Hee; Jang, Seong Ho; Kim, Soon Han; Lee, Hee Jung; Kim, Younghoon; Ryu, Jee Hoon; Rhee, Min Suk

    2015-12-02

    The aim of this study was to develop a new salting method using natural phytic acid (PA) to ensure the microbiological safety and quality of salted napa cabbage used for kimchi production. The production of salted napa cabbage involves several stages: trimming, hyper-salting (20% NaCl) for up to 1h, salting (10% NaCl for 10-18 h), three sequential washes in water (30s for each), and draining (2 h). Two separate experiments were performed: one to determine the appropriate treatment conditions and a second to validate applicability under commercial conditions. In Experiment I, the effects of hyper-salting with PA on Escherichia coli O157:H7 numbers were tested in the laboratory. The following variables were monitored: 1) PA concentration (1, 2, 3%, w/w); 2) the ratio of the sample weight to the total volume of the solution (1:1.5, 1:3, or 1:6); 3) the hyper-salting time (30 or 60 min); and 4) the salting time (2, 5, or 8 h). A procedure that achieved a >5-log reduction in the E. coli O157:H7 population was then tested in an actual kimchi processing plant (Experiment II). The results from Experiment I showed that bactericidal efficacy increased as all the measured variables increased (p5-log CFU/g reduction in the E. coli O157:H7 population. Further salting for 5h completely eliminated (2.4-, and >1.8-log CFU/g, respectively. The 5h salting step maintained the TC and FC at napa cabbages were within the ranges required for kimchi production (pH 5.1-5.3 and 1.5-2.0%, respectively). These results suggest that this novel method of salting food ensures microbiological safety and reduces the production time.

  12. Coseismic and early postseismic slip of the 2014 South Napa earthquake from ABIC-based modeling of campaign GPS and InSAR data

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    Funning, G.; Floyd, M.; Swiatlowski, J.; Herring, T.; Murray, J. R.; Svarc, J. L.; Johanson, I. A.; Yun, S. H.

    2014-12-01

    The August 24, 2014 South Napa, CA earthquake caused extensive surface rupture of a ~15 km zone along the western edge of Napa valley, including portions of the previously mapped West Napa fault. In the days following the event, growing offsets in cultural features crossing the main rupture strand indicated the occurrence of significant shallow afterslip. Here we use near-field campaign GPS data and InSAR data that closely bracket the earthquake and its early postseismic period to constrain models of the slip on that fault during and after the event. A joint inverse modeling approach based upon Akaike's Bayesian Information Criterion (ABIC) is used to optimally weight the contributions of each dataset and the smoothing constraint that we apply. Our model inputs are: (i) a GPS dataset, comprising pre-event data collected in campaign mode six weeks before the mainshock and three weeks of post-event data starting 8-36 hours after the mainshock collected in semi-continuous mode, from sites at distances 2-20 km from the rupture; and (ii) quadtree-downsampled InSAR data from both descending and ascending passes of the COSMO-SkyMed satellite constellation (first post-event acquisitions made 3 and 10 days after the mainshock, respectively). The former provide strong control on the timing of fault slip, the latter provide strong spatial constraints on fault location and geometry. Preliminary results indicate that the majority of coseismic slip occurred on a NNW-striking subvertical fault plane whose location is consistent with the mapped main surface rupture strand. The pattern of slip shallows significantly from the hypocenter along-strike to the NNW, peaking at ~1 m of slip at depths of 2-4 km, ~8 km NNW of the hypocenter.

  13. Effects of Controlled-release Fertilizer Application with Cow Manure on Yield (Brassica napa L), Drainage Water Quality and N2O Emission

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    AMKHA, Suphachai; Inubushi, Kazuyuki

    2009-01-01

    Nitrogen (N) supply is a major factor controlling the yield and quality of vegetables. The purpose of the present study was to determine the effects of different rates of controlled-release N fertilizers (CRFs) and urea applications with cow manure on a) yield (Brassica napa L.), b) nitrate leaching from soil, and c) N2O flux in surface soil. The fertilizers were applied according to the following 6 type-rate combinations: 1) CM-CDU 450 (kg ha-1), 2) LP 450, 3) urea 450, 4) CM-CDU 360, and 5)...

  14. Borehole strainmeter measurements spanning the 2014, Mw6.0 South Napa Earthquake, California: The effect from instrument calibration

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    Langbein, John O.

    2015-01-01

    The 24 August 2014 Mw6.0 South Napa, California earthquake produced significant offsets on 12 borehole strainmeters in the San Francisco Bay area. These strainmeters are located between 24 and 80 km from the source and the observed offsets ranged up to 400 parts-per-billion (ppb), which exceeds their nominal precision by a factor of 100. However, the observed offsets of tidally calibrated strains differ by up to 130 ppb from predictions based on a moment tensor derived from seismic data. The large misfit can be attributed to a combination of poor instrument calibration and better modeling of the strain fit from the earthquake. Borehole strainmeters require in-situ calibration, which historically has been accomplished by comparing their measurements of Earth tides with the strain-tides predicted by a model. Although the borehole strainmeter accurately measure the deformation within the borehole, the long-wavelength strain signals from tides or other tectonic processes recorded in the borehole are modified by the presence of the borehole and the elastic properties of the grout and the instrument. Previous analyses of surface-mounted, strainmeter data and their relationship with the predicted tides suggest that tidal models could be in error by 30%. The poor fit of the borehole strainmeter data from this earthquake can be improved by simultaneously varying the components of the model tides up to 30% and making small adjustments to the point-source model of the earthquake, which reduces the RMS misfit from 130 ppb to 18 ppb. This suggests that relying on tidal models to calibrate borehole strainmeters significantly reduces their accuracy.

  15. Borehole strainmeter measurements spanning the 2014 Mw6.0 South Napa Earthquake, California: The effect from instrument calibration

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    Langbein, John

    2015-10-01

    The 24 August 2014 Mw6.0 South Napa, California earthquake produced significant offsets on 12 borehole strainmeters in the San Francisco Bay area. These strainmeters are located between 24 and 80 km from the source, and the observed offsets ranged up to 400 parts per billion (ppb), which exceeds their nominal precision by a factor of 100. However, the observed offsets of tidally calibrated strains differ by up to 130 ppb from predictions based on a moment tensor derived from seismic data. The large misfit can be attributed to a combination of poor instrument calibration and better modeling of the strain field from the earthquake. Borehole strainmeters require in situ calibration, which historically has been accomplished by comparing their measurements of Earth tides with the strain tides predicted by a model. Although the borehole strainmeter accurately measures the deformation within the borehole, the long-wavelength strain signals from tides or other tectonic processes recorded in the borehole are modified by the presence of the borehole and the elastic properties of the grout and the instrument. Previous analyses of surface-mounted, strainmeter data and their relationship with the predicted tides suggest that tidal models could be in error by 30%. The poor fit of the borehole strainmeter data from this earthquake can be improved by simultaneously varying the components of the model tides up to 30% and making small adjustments to the point source model of the earthquake, which reduces the RMS misfit from 130 ppb to 18 ppb. This suggests that relying on tidal models to calibrate borehole strainmeters significantly reduces their accuracy.

  16. A Synoptic Analysis of the Temporal and Spatial Aspects of Grapevine Leafroll Disease in a Historic Napa Vineyard and Experimental Vine Blocks.

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    Arnold, K; Golino, D A; McRoberts, N

    2017-04-01

    Five Grapevine leafroll-associated virus 3 (GLRaV-3) epidemics were analyzed utilizing a standardized approach to robustly characterize the temporal and spatial parameters. Published data included in the analysis are from Spain, New Zealand, and Napa Valley, CA together with new data from a historic vineyard in Napa Valley, CA. Linear regression analyses of logit-transformed incidence data indicated a maximum average increase of 11% per year in disease incidence, with considerable variation among locations. Spatial analyses, including distribution fitting, examination of the effective sample size, and evaluation of the parameters of the binary power law fitted to variance data for disease incidence, indicated a high degree of consistency among the data sets. In all cases, except at very low disease incidence, a high degree of spatial aggregation was noted, with evidence that the degree of aggregation varied as a function of mean disease incidence. The polyetic dynamics of disease follow a logistic-like pattern over multiple seasons, consistent with limitation by inoculum availability (infected vines) at low incidence and limitation by disease-free vines at high incidence.

  17. Resource assessment of low- and moderate-temperature geothermal waters in Calistoga, Napa County, California. Report of the second year, 1979 to 1980 of the US Department of Energy-California State-Coupled Program for reservoir assessment and confirmation

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    Youngs, L.G.; Bacon, C.F.; Chapman, R.H.; Chase, G.W.; Higgins, C.T.; Majmundar, H.H.; Taylor, G.C.

    1980-11-10

    Statewide assessment studies included updating and completing the USGS GEOTHERM File for California and compiling all data needed for a California Geothermal Resources Map. Site specific assessment studies included a program to assess the geothermal resource at Calistoga, Napa County, California. The Calistoga effort was comprised of a series of studies involving different disciplines, including geologic, hydrologic, geochemical and geophysical studies.

  18. The 2014 Mw6.1 South Napa Valley earthquake, an energetic event with shallow asperities and rapid postseismic slip

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    Wei, S.; Graves, R. W.; Hudnut, K. W.; Wang, T.; Fu, Y.; Helmberger, D. V.

    2014-12-01

    The 2014 South Napa Earthquake is the largest inland event in northern California since the 1989 Mw6.9 Loma Prieta earthquake. The earthquake was well recorded by the seismic, geodetic (i.e., InSAR and GPS) instruments as well as field observations which provide excellent data sets to investigate the kinematic slip distribution and postseismic deformations. The two InSAR images, with date pairs of 2014/07/26-2014/08/27 and 2014/08/07-2014/08/31, show very consistent deformation patterns that can be well explained by a slip model with two major asperities of similar peak slip amplitude. The static inversion prefers eastward dipping fault geometry with dip angles of about 82 degree. The hypocenter location of the earthquake was relocated by using the P-wave arrivals on the nearest strong motion stations. The refined epicenter is located at about 1km to the east of the major surface rupture, indicating a high angle east dipping fault geometry which is consistent with the static inversion results. Despite its large hypocenter depth (11km), finite fault inversion using strong motion waveform data displays two major asperities centroid at the depth of 5km (first) and 3 km (second), and is about 7km and 11km north of the hypocenter along the strike, respectively. The aftershock locations from the 1D catalog, however, are mainly distributed 1 to 3 km to the west of the surface rupture, at the depth of 8 to 12 km. The risetimes in the kinematic slip model are mostly less than 1s with peak slip of about 1m, indicating a relatively fast slip rate (~1m/s), given its shallow location. The slip distribution is similar as in the static inversion, but has much smaller peak amplitude for the first asperity. Considering the rapid postseismic deformation observed in field, the larger slip amplitude in the static inversion might be contributed from the rapid postseismic slip at the depth of about 5km around the first asperity. The 1D velocity models used in the inversion have been

  19. ISEA näitused Tallinnas / Katrin Kivimaa

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    Kivimaa, Katrin, 1969-

    2004-01-01

    ISEA kunstiprojekte Tallinna eri näitusepaikades: Kunsthoone ja lähikond (M. Fairskye, N. Urboniene, G. Urbonas jt.), Tarbekunsti- ja disainimuuseum (K. Dobson, A. Rewakowicz), Rotermanni soolaladu (eestlaste duo I.D, L. Petrovich, S. Rigon jt.), teised kohad. Eestlasi esindab ISEA-l I. Kivi ja D. Kase (I.D.) installatsioon ning U. Puhkani ja L. Kiluski performance. Kunstihoone galeriis eesti meediakunsti retrospektiiv

  20. ISEA näitused Tallinnas / Katrin Kivimaa

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    Kivimaa, Katrin, 1969-

    2004-01-01

    ISEA kunstiprojekte Tallinna eri näitusepaikades: Kunsthoone ja lähikond (M. Fairskye, N. Urboniene, G. Urbonas jt.), Tarbekunsti- ja disainimuuseum (K. Dobson, A. Rewakowicz), Rotermanni soolaladu (eestlaste duo I.D, L. Petrovich, S. Rigon jt.), teised kohad. Eestlasi esindab ISEA-l I. Kivi ja D. Kase (I.D.) installatsioon ning U. Puhkani ja L. Kiluski performance. Kunstihoone galeriis eesti meediakunsti retrospektiiv

  1. Naiskunstnike invasioon : juhus või paratamatus? / Reet Varblane

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    Varblane, Reet, 1952-

    2006-01-01

    Christel Alliku lillemaalid Draakoni galeriis kuni 4. III; Nelly Drelli maalinäitus "Taassünd" Viviann Napa galeriis kuni 15. III; Silva Eheri maalinäitus "Midagi ei toimu" G-galeriis kuni 4. III; Jarõna Ilo joonistused "(Aasta)aeg" Hausis kuni 3. III; Kristiina Kaasiku maalinäitus "Ad astra" Ühispanga galeriis kuni 3. III; Krista Möldri "Proloog maamärkidele" Deco galeriis kuni 4. III; Eveli Variku "Sünnimärgid" Tallinna raekoja fotokeldris "Lee" kuni 6. III; Kadri Alesmaa ja Jaak Visnapi "Disainitud kunst. Kõik müügiks" Tallinna Linnagaleriis kuni 5. III

  2. Naiskunstnike invasioon : juhus või paratamatus? / Reet Varblane

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    Varblane, Reet, 1952-

    2006-01-01

    Christel Alliku lillemaalid Draakoni galeriis kuni 4. III; Nelly Drelli maalinäitus "Taassünd" Viviann Napa galeriis kuni 15. III; Silva Eheri maalinäitus "Midagi ei toimu" G-galeriis kuni 4. III; Jarõna Ilo joonistused "(Aasta)aeg" Hausis kuni 3. III; Kristiina Kaasiku maalinäitus "Ad astra" Ühispanga galeriis kuni 3. III; Krista Möldri "Proloog maamärkidele" Deco galeriis kuni 4. III; Eveli Variku "Sünnimärgid" Tallinna raekoja fotokeldris "Lee" kuni 6. III; Kadri Alesmaa ja Jaak Visnapi "Disainitud kunst. Kõik müügiks" Tallinna Linnagaleriis kuni 5. III

  3. Ground-water resources in the lower Milliken--Sarco--Tulucay Creeks area, southeastern Napa County, California, 2000-2002

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    Farrar, Christopher D.; Metzger, Loren F.

    2003-01-01

    Ground water obtained from individual private wells is the sole source of water for about 4,800 residents living in the lower Milliken-Sarco-Tulucay Creeks area of southeastern Napa County. Increases in population and in irrigated vineyards during the past few decades have increased water demand. Estimated ground-water pumpage in 2000 was 5,350 acre-feet per year, an increase of about 80 percent since 1975. Water for agricultural irrigation is the dominant use, accounting for about 45 percent of the total. This increase in ground-water extraction has resulted in the general decline of ground-water levels. The purpose of this report is to present selected hydrologic data collected from 1975 to 2002 and to quantify changes in the ground-water system during the past 25 years. The study area lies in one of several prominent northwest-trending structural valleys in the North Coast Ranges. The area is underlain by alluvial deposits and volcanic rocks that exceed 1,000 feet in thickness in some places. Alluvial deposits and tuff beds in the volcanic sequence are the principal source of water to wells. The ground-water system is recharged by precipitation that infiltrates, in minor amounts, directly on the valley floor but mostly by infiltration in the Howell Mountains. Ground water moves laterally from the Howell Mountains into the study area. Although the area receives abundant winter precipitation in most years, nearly half of the precipitation is lost as surface runoff to the Napa River. Evapotranspiration also is high, accounting for nearly one-half of the total precipitation received. Because of the uncertainties in the estimates of precipitation, runoff, and evapotranspiration, a precise estimate of potential ground-water recharge cannot be made. Large changes in ground-water levels occurred between 1975 and 2001. In much of the western part of the area, water levels increased; but in the central and eastern parts, water levels declined by 25 to 125 feet. Ground

  4. Three-dimensional (3D) coseismic deformation map produced by the 2014 South Napa Earthquake estimated and modeled by SAR and GPS data integration

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    Polcari, Marco; Albano, Matteo; Fernández, José; Palano, Mimmo; Samsonov, Sergey; Stramondo, Salvatore; Zerbini, Susanna

    2016-04-01

    In this work we present a 3D map of coseismic displacements due to the 2014 Mw 6.0 South Napa earthquake, California, obtained by integrating displacement information data from SAR Interferometry (InSAR), Multiple Aperture Interferometry (MAI), Pixel Offset Tracking (POT) and GPS data acquired by both permanent stations and campaigns sites. This seismic event produced significant surface deformation along the 3D components causing several damages to vineyards, roads and houses. The remote sensing results, i.e. InSAR, MAI and POT, were obtained from the pair of SAR images provided by the Sentinel-1 satellite, launched on April 3rd, 2014. They were acquired on August 7th and 31st along descending orbits with an incidence angle of about 23°. The GPS dataset includes measurements from 32 stations belonging to the Bay Area Regional Deformation Network (BARDN), 301 continuous stations available from the UNAVCO and the CDDIS archives, and 13 additional campaign sites from Barnhart et al, 2014 [1]. These data constrain the horizontal and vertical displacement components proving to be helpful for the adopted integration method. We exploit the Bayes theory to search for the 3D coseismic displacement components. In particular, for each point, we construct an energy function and solve the problem to find a global minimum. Experimental results are consistent with a strike-slip fault mechanism with an approximately NW-SE fault plane. Indeed, the 3D displacement map shows a strong North-South (NS) component, peaking at about 15 cm, a few kilometers far from the epicenter. The East-West (EW) displacement component reaches its maximum (~10 cm) south of the city of Napa, whereas the vertical one (UP) is smaller, although a subsidence in the order of 8 cm on the east side of the fault can be observed. A source modelling was performed by inverting the estimated displacement components. The best fitting model is given by a ~N330° E-oriented and ~70° dipping fault with a prevailing

  5. Sahharipäevast Mihklipäevani / Teet Veispak

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    Veispak, Teet, 1955-

    2004-01-01

    Ülevaade septembrikuu kunstinäitustest: rahvusvahelisest 13. graafikatriennaalist "Maapagu/in Exile", Sirje Helme kuraatorinäitusest "Teine naaber", Sütevaka Andrese kollaazhinäitusest "Europettus ehk No Future EU" ja Mihkel Kleisi näitusest Hobusepea galeriis, Ivar Kaasiku näitusest Vivian Napa Galeriis

  6. NAPA在散装谷物船稳性计算中的应用%Application of NAPA in Grain Stability Calculation of Bulk Carrier

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    蔡智波; 张利; 陈超

    2011-01-01

    本文概述了应用NAPA软件进行船舶谷物稳性计算的流程,并结合实际工程项目对不同的装载工况进行了计算,编写了NAPA BASIC宏程序用于自动输出计算报告.计算结果表明,NAPA软件性能稳定、计算功能强大、使用灵活性强,使用该软件可以方便、准确地进行散货船谷物稳性的计算和校核.

  7. Automated Near-Field Displacement Estimates from Mobile Laser Scanning - Case Study for the Mw 6.0 August 24, 2014 Napa Earthquake

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    Glennie, C. L.; Kusari, A.; Brooks, B. A.; Ericksen, T.

    2016-12-01

    Quantification of near-field displacements can greatly enhance shallow fault physical investigations. However, to date, established remote sensing techniques such as InSAR and GNSS have failed to recover precise near-field displacements at the scale and resolution required for detailed near-field investigations. To overcome these limitations, we present an automated methodology to extract planar primitives from temporally spaced mobile laser scanning (MLS) point clouds, and then use common planar features in each data set coupled with a least-squares registration approach that enables a precise estimation of near-field displacement. To validate the utility of this method, we present a case study using MLS to measure afterslip immediately following the Mw 6.0 August 24, 2014 Napa earthquake, and show that the MLS estimates of displacement agree with independent alinement array estimates of afterslip at the sub-centimeter level.

  8. Subsurface fault damage zone of the 2014 Mw 6.0 South Napa, California, earthquake viewed from fault‐zone trapped waves

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    Li, Yong-Gang; Catchings, Rufus D.; Goldman, Mark R.

    2016-01-01

    The aftershocks of the 24 August 2014 Mw 6.0 South Napa earthquake generated prominent fault‐zone trapped waves (FZTWs) that were recorded on two 1.9‐km‐long seismic arrays deployed across the northern projection (array 1, A1) and the southern part (A2) of the surface rupture of the West Napa fault zone (WNFZ). We also observed FZTWs on an array (A3) deployed across the intersection of the Franklin and Southampton faults, which appear to be the southward continuations of the WNFZ. A1, A2, and A3 consisted of 20, 20, and 10 L28 (4.5 Hz) three‐component seismographs. We analyzed waveforms of FZTWs from 55 aftershocks in both time and frequency to characterize the fault damage zone associated with this Mw 6.0 earthquake. Post‐S coda durations of FZTWs increase with epicentral distances and focal depths from the recording arrays, suggesting a low‐velocity waveguide along the WNFZ to depths in excess of 5–7 km. Locations of the aftershocks showing FZTWs, combined with 3D finite‐difference simulations, suggest the subsurface rupture zone having an S‐wave speed reduction of ∼40%–50% between A1 and A2, coincident with the ∼14‐km‐long mapped surface rupture zone and at least an ∼500‐m‐wide deformation zone. The low‐velocity waveguide along the WNFZ extends further southward to at least A3, but with a more moderate‐velocity reduction of 30%–35% at ray depth. This last FZTW observation suggests continuity between the WNFZ and Franklin fault. The waveguide effect may have localized and amplified ground shaking along the WNFZ and the faults farther to the south (see a companion paper by Catchings et al., 2016).

  9. Tearing the terroir: Details and implications of surface rupture and deformation from the 24 August 2014 M6.0 South Napa earthquake, California

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    DeLong, Stephen B.; Donnellan, Andrea; Ponti, Daniel J.; Rubin, Ron S.; Lienkaemper, James J.; Prentice, Carol S.; Dawson, Timothy E.; Seitz, Gordon G.; Schwartz, David P.; Hudnut, Kenneth W.; Rosa, Carla M.; Pickering, Alexandra J; Parker, Jay W.

    2016-01-01

    The Mw 6.0 South Napa earthquake of 24 August 2014 caused slip on several active fault strands within the West Napa Fault Zone (WNFZ). Field mapping identified 12.5 km of surface rupture. These field observations, near-field geodesy and space geodesy, together provide evidence for more than ~30 km of surface deformation with a relatively complex distribution across a number of subparallel lineaments. Along a ~7 km section north of the epicenter, the surface rupture is confined to a single trace that cuts alluvial deposits, reoccupying a low-slope scarp. The rupture continued northward onto at least four other traces through subparallel ridges and valleys. Postseismic slip exceeded coseismic slip along much of the southern part of the main rupture trace with total slip 1 year postevent approaching 0.5 m at locations where only a few centimeters were measured the day of the earthquake. Analysis of airborne interferometric synthetic aperture radar data provides slip distributions along fault traces, indicates connectivity and extent of secondary traces, and confirms that postseismic slip only occurred on the main trace of the fault, perhaps indicating secondary structures ruptured as coseismic triggered slip. Previous mapping identified the WNFZ as a zone of distributed faulting, and this was generally borne out by the complex 2014 rupture pattern. Implications for hazard analysis in similar settings include the need to consider the possibility of complex surface rupture in areas of complex topography, especially where multiple potentially Quaternary-active fault strands can be mapped.

  10. A Teachable Moment in Earth Deformation: An Undergraduate Strain Module Incorporating GPS Measurement of the August 24, 2014 M6.0 South Napa Earthquake

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    Resor, P. G.; Cronin, V. S.; Hammond, W. C.; Pratt-Sitaula, B.; Olds, S. E.

    2014-12-01

    The August 24, 2014 M 6.0 South Napa Earthquake was the largest earthquake to occur in the San Francisco Bay Area, home to more than 7 million people, in almost 25 years. The event occurred within an area of dense GPS instrumentation including continuous stations from the EarthScope Plate Boundary Observatory, Bay Area Regional Deformation Network and other networks. Coseismic displacements of up to 3 cm were rapidly estimated within one day after the event, providing a map of Earth shape change at over one hundred stations around the epicenter. The earthquake thus presets as an excellent "teachable moment" to introduce students to basic geoscience concepts, modern geophysical methods, and the state of knowledge in earthquake science. We have developed an example exercise that uses GPS-derived interseismic velocities and coseismic offsets to explore deformation in the vicinity of the earthquake rupture. This exercise builds on the UNAVCO education resource "Infinitesimal Strain Analysis Using GPS Data" (http://www.unavco.org/education/resources/educational-resources/lesson/majors-gps-strain/majors-gps-strain.html), a module designed to introduce undergraduate geoscience majors to concepts of crustal deformation using GPS velocity data. In the module students build their intuition about infinitesimal strain through manipulation of physical models, apply this intuition to interpret maps of GPS velocity vectors, and ultimately calculate the instantaneous deformation rate of triangles on the Earth's surface defined by three GPS sites. The South Napa data sets provide an example with clear societal relevance that can be used to explore the basic concepts of deformation, but may also be extended to explore topics such as strain accumulation, release, and transfer associated with the earthquake cycle. The UNAVCO module could be similarly extended to create additional exercises in response to future events with clear geodetic signals.

  11. Reduction of nitrate in Shewanella oneidensis depends on atypical NAP and NRF systems with NapB as a preferred electron transport protein from CymA to NapA.

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    Gao, Haichun; Yang, Zamin K; Barua, Soumitra; Reed, Samantha B; Romine, Margaret F; Nealson, Kenneth H; Fredrickson, James K; Tiedje, James M; Zhou, Jizhong

    2009-08-01

    In the genome of Shewanella oneidensis, a napDAGHB gene cluster encoding periplasmic nitrate reductase (NapA) and accessory proteins and an nrfA gene encoding periplasmic nitrite reductase (NrfA) have been identified. These two systems seem to be atypical because the genome lacks genes encoding cytoplasmic membrane electron transport proteins, NapC for NAP and NrfBCD/NrfH for NRF, respectively. Here, we present evidence that reduction of nitrate to ammonium in S. oneidensis is carried out by these atypical systems in a two-step manner. Transcriptional and mutational analyses suggest that CymA, a cytoplasmic membrane electron transport protein, is likely to be the functional replacement of both NapC and NrfH in S. oneidensis. Surprisingly, a strain devoid of napB encoding the small subunit of nitrate reductase exhibited the maximum cell density sooner than the wild type. Further characterization of this strain showed that nitrite was not detected as a free intermediate in its culture and NapB provides a fitness gain for S. oneidensis to compete for nitrate in the environments. On the basis results from mutational analyses of napA, napB, nrfA and napBnrfA in-frame deletion mutants, we propose that NapB is able to favor nitrate reduction by routing electrons to NapA exclusively.

  12. Geotechnical Extreme Events Reconnaissance Report on the Performance of Structures in Densely Urbanized Areas Affected by Surface Fault Rupture During the August 24, 2014 M6 South Napa Earthquake, California, USA.

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    Cohen-Waeber, J.; Lanzafame, R.; Bray, J.; Sitar, N.

    2014-12-01

    The August 24, 2014, M­w 6.0 South Napa earthquake is the largest seismic event to have occurred in the San Francisco Bay Region, California, USA, since the Mw 6.9 1989 Loma Prieta earthquake. The event epicenter occurred at the South end of the Napa Valley, California, principally rupturing northwest along parts of the active West Napa fault zone. Bound by two major fault zones to the East and West (Calaveras and Rogers Creek, respectively), the Napa Valley is filled with up to 170 m. of alluvial deposits and is considered to be moderately to very highly susceptible to liquefaction and has the potential for violent shaking. While damage due to strong ground shaking was significant, remarkably little damage due to liquefaction or landslide induced ground deformations was observed. This may be due to recent drought in the region. Instead, the South Napa earthquake is the first to produce significant surface rupture in this area since the Mw 7.9 1906 San Andreas event, and the first in Northern California to rupture through a densely urbanized environment. Clear expressions of surface fault rupture extended approximately 12 - 15 km northward from the epicenter and approximately 1-2 km southeast with a significant impact to infrastructure, including roads, lifelines and residential structures. The National Science Foundation funded Geotechnical Extreme Events Reconnaissance (GEER) Association presents here its observations on the performance of structures affected by surface fault rupture, in a densely populated residential neighborhood located approximately 10 km north of the epicenter. Based on the detailed mapping of 27 residential structures, a preliminary assessment of the quantitative descriptions of damage shows certain characteristic interactions between surface fault rupture and the overlying infrastructure: 48% of concrete slabs cracked up to 8 cm wide, 19% of structures shifted up to 11 cm off of their foundation and 44% of foundations cracked up to 3 cm

  13. Anti-Inflammatory, Immunomodulatory, and Heme Oxygenase-1 Inhibitory Activities of Ravan Napas, a Formulation of Uighur Traditional Medicine, in a Rat Model of Allergic Asthma

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    Sajida Abdureyim

    2011-01-01

    Full Text Available Ravan Napas (RN is a traditional formula used to treat pulmonary symptoms and diseases such as coughing, breathing difficulty, and asthma in traditional Uighur medicine. The purpose of this study was to investigate the anti-inflammatory, and immuno-modulatory activity of RN in a well-characterized animal model of allergic asthma. Rats were sensitized with intraperitoneal (ip ovalbumin (OVA and alum, and then challenged with OVA aerosols. The asthma model rats were treated with RN; saline- and dexamethasone- (DXM- treated rats served as normal and model controls. The bronchoalveolar lavage fluid (BALF cellular differential and the concentrations of sICAM-1, IL-4, IL-5, TNF-α, INF-γ, and IgE in serum were measured. Lung sections underwent histological analysis. The immunohistochemistry S-P method was used to measure the expression of ICAM-1 and HO-1 in the lung. RN significantly reduced the number of inflammatory cells in BALF and lung tissues, decreased sICAM-1, IL-4, IL-5, TNF-α, and IgE in serum, and increased serum INF-γ. There was a marked suppression of ICAM-1 and HO-1 expression in the lung. Our results suggest that RN may have an anti-inflammatory and immuneregulatory effect on allergic bronchial asthma by modulating the balance between Th1/Th2 cytokines.

  14. Making the National Adaptation Programme of Action (NAPA More Responsive to the Livelihood Needs of Tree Planting Farmers, Drawing on Previous Experience in Dryland Sudan

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    Markku Kanninen

    2011-11-01

    Full Text Available Recently, tree planting has become popular under NAPA. For decades, many tree planting projects were implemented to reduce the vulnerability of ecosystems and societies. Despite all of these, tree-dependent livelihoods remain vulnerable, which leaves doubt on the benefit of tree planting to enhance the resilience of livelihoods to climatic shocks. This suggests that much can be learned from the past to improve future tree planting adaptation projects. This paper draws on the experience of farmers involved in gum arabic agroforestry in Sudan in order to understand the needs of tree-related adaptation projects that should be addressed. Surveyed farmers appreciated the different environmental services rendered by trees. Their priority areas for an adaptation project however, remain issues tied to gum producer price, rainfall pattern, and locust attacks as well as extension services and to a lesser extent access to micro credits. Moreover, Sudan’s Gum Arabic Company (GAC and Forests National Corporation play key roles in governance but are not yet considered as key adaptation players particularly the unsupportive role of the monopoly of gum exportation by GAC to tree planting as an adaptation activity. By focusing the design and implementation on tree related livelihood obstacles, adaptation projects are likely to be more responsive to the needs of vulnerable groups.

  15. Afterslip-dominated surface rupture in the M6.0 South Napa Earthquake as constrained by structure-from-motion analysis and terrestrial laser scanning

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    DeLong, S. B.; Pickering, A.; Scharer, K. M.; Hudnut, K. W.; Lienkaemper, J. J.

    2014-12-01

    Near-fault surface deformation associated with the August 24, 2014 M6.0 South Napa earthquake included both coseismic and post-seismic slip. Initial synthesis of field observations and initial measurement and modeling of afterslip from traditional survey methods indicate that coseismic slip was minimal (Road, on discontinuous left-stepping en echelon ruptures. By August 26, the surface rupture became nearly continuous, and cultural features extracted from the TLS point clouds indicate horizontal slip magnitudes between 15 and 27 cm, increasing northward. By September 22, slip magnitudes had increased to between 26 and 46 cm. The lower slip magnitudes are to the south at Withers Road, and the general trend is increased slip to the north, but there is more slip variability along the fault trace in the September 15 data. From August 26 to September 15, the west side of the fault trace uplifted between 0.5 and 5 cm relative to east side. Increased relief on the surface rupture itself indicated a slight compressional component of the deformation. These results confirm that post-event air photos can be useful for rapid 3D mapping, and that the unparalleled accuracy of TLS data can be used to quantify even very subtle deformation patterns in three dimensions and document changes through time.

  16. "Maailma naised" on humanistlik kunstiprojekt / Claudia DeMonte ; interv. Reet Varblane

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    DeMonte, Claudia

    2004-01-01

    Ameerika kunstnik Claudia DeMonte, kelle kuraatoriprojekt "Maailma naised" ja isiknäitus "Retrospektiiv" on 23. I-22. II avatud Tallinna Kunstihoones. Kunstnikust, loomingust ja kuraatoriprojektist, feministlikust kunstist, naiste positsioonist USA-s, rahvusvahelisest naiste muuseumist San Franciscos, Katrin Pere tööst jm.

  17. "Maailma naised" on humanistlik kunstiprojekt / Claudia DeMonte ; interv. Reet Varblane

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    DeMonte, Claudia

    2004-01-01

    Ameerika kunstnik Claudia DeMonte, kelle kuraatoriprojekt "Maailma naised" ja isiknäitus "Retrospektiiv" on 23. I-22. II avatud Tallinna Kunstihoones. Kunstnikust, loomingust ja kuraatoriprojektist, feministlikust kunstist, naiste positsioonist USA-s, rahvusvahelisest naiste muuseumist San Franciscos, Katrin Pere tööst jm.

  18. 基于NAPA的甲板货船总纵变形的分析与计算%Analysis and calculation for the total longitudinal deformation of deck cargo ship based on NAPA

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    杨义益; 谢云平; 张瑞瑞

    2010-01-01

    对船长与型深比较大的甲板货船纵向变形分析求解.以船舶设计软件NAPA为平台,利用NAPA自带的NAPA BASIC语言编程建模,分舱和加载,应用有限差分法求解船体梁挠度变形,通过修正模型,得到船体粱所受的剪力、弯矩分布和挠度变形,并对总纵强度进行校核.

  19. Azimuthal Dependence of the Ground Motion Variability from Scenario Modeling of the 2014 Mw6.0 South Napa, California, Earthquake Using an Advanced Kinematic Source Model

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    Gallovič, F.

    2016-11-01

    Strong ground motion simulations require physically plausible earthquake source model. Here, I present the application of such a kinematic model introduced originally by Ruiz et al. (Geophys J Int 186:226-244, 2011). The model is constructed to inherently provide synthetics with the desired omega-squared spectral decay in the full frequency range. The source is composed of randomly distributed overlapping subsources with fractal number-size distribution. The position of the subsources can be constrained by prior knowledge of major asperities (stemming, e.g., from slip inversions), or can be completely random. From earthquake physics point of view, the model includes positive correlation between slip and rise time as found in dynamic source simulations. Rupture velocity and rise time follows local S-wave velocity profile, so that the rupture slows down and rise times increase close to the surface, avoiding unrealistically strong ground motions. Rupture velocity can also have random variations, which result in irregular rupture front while satisfying the causality principle. This advanced kinematic broadband source model is freely available and can be easily incorporated into any numerical wave propagation code, as the source is described by spatially distributed slip rate functions, not requiring any stochastic Green's functions. The source model has been previously validated against the observed data due to the very shallow unilateral 2014 Mw6 South Napa, California, earthquake; the model reproduces well the observed data including the near-fault directivity (Seism Res Lett 87:2-14, 2016). The performance of the source model is shown here on the scenario simulations for the same event. In particular, synthetics are compared with existing ground motion prediction equations (GMPEs), emphasizing the azimuthal dependence of the between-event ground motion variability. I propose a simple model reproducing the azimuthal variations of the between-event ground motion

  20. An innovative dispersant with very low toxicity and bio-accumulation, the experiment at the Ayia Napa fishing shelter in Cyprus

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    Theodorou, Paraskevas

    2016-04-01

    The application of chemical dispersants can be an effective mean for oil spill response strategy. The dispersion of oil by chemical dispersants accelerates evaporation and disperse the oil into the water column, where it is broken down by natural processes resulting to the reduction of environmental and economic impacts of the spilled oil, especially at near coastal resources. However, as with other response techniques, dispersants have also their limitations and account must be taken of the characteristics of the oil being treated (efficiency), water and weather conditions and environmental sensitivities (toxicity and bioaccumulation). The MSL dispersant is an innovative new and its composition is mainly based on natural constituents. MSL dispersant has a number of advantages compared to other dispersants: -Efficiency is more than 80% when using the Arabian crude oil. -Toxicity is in the range of 200 -600ppm, depending on the species used for testing. -Very high biodegradation rate. Due to the above characteristics MSL dispersant can be used also for the cleaning and to maintain the good environmental condition of harbor, ports, rivers, canals contaminated from Petroleum Hydrocarbons. The MSL dispersant has been tested during a period of 2 months in the fishing shelter of Ayia Napa in Cyprus with excellent results. Water samples taken in the fishing shelter before the experiment shown high concentration for 6 chemical parameters (BOD5, COD, FOG, TKN, TP, TPH), while after the use of the and MSL dispersant their concentration was reduced drastically, for some of the parameters down to the limits of the chemical analysis. The experiment was repeated every 2 weeks for a period of 2 weeks.

  1. Coseismic offsets recorded by borehole strainmeters from the 2014, Mw 6.0 South Napa, California earthquake: Reconciling tidal calibrations with earthquake source models.

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    Langbein, J. O.

    2015-12-01

    The 24 August 2014 Mw 6.0 South Napa, California earthquake produced significant offsets on 12 borehole strainmeters in the San Francisco Bay area. These strainmeters are located between 24 and 80 km from the source and the observed offsets ranged up to 400 parts-per-billion (ppb), which exceeds their nominal precision by a factor of 100. However, the observed offsets in tidally-calibrated strains have RMS deviation of 130 ppb from strains predicted by previously published moment tensor derived from seismic data. Here, I show that the large misfit can be reduced by a combination of better tidal calibration and better modeling of the strain field from the earthquake. Borehole strainmeters require in-situ calibration, which historically has been accomplished by comparing their measurements of Earth tides with the strain-tides predicted by a model. Although borehole strainmeters accurately measure the deformation within the borehole, the long-wavelength strain signals from tides or other tectonic processes recorded in the borehole are modified by the presence of the borehole and the elastic properties of the grout and the instrument. Previous analyses of surface-mounted, strainmeter data and their relationship with the predicted tides suggest that tidal models could be in error by 30%. The poor fit of the borehole strainmeter data from this earthquake can be improved by simultaneously varying the components of the model tides up to 30% and making small adjustments to the point-source model of the earthquake, which reduces the RMS misfit from 130 to 18 ppb. This suggests that calibrations derived solely from tidal models limits the accuracy of borehole strainmeters. On the other hand, the revised calibration derived here becomes testable on strain measurements from future, large Bay area events.

  2. Kuni 8. III on Rakvere Kesklinna galeriis...

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    Tartu Ülikooli IV kursuse maaliüliõpilaste Priit Petrovi, Helina Loidi, Jaan-Jürgen Klausi, Piret Mikkelseni, Anna Kainulaineni, Anna Mäe, Maret Suurmetsa ja Hando Tamme tööde väljapanek. Tööd on maalitud Jaan Elkeni ja Jüri Kase kursuste raames

  3. Fotod Naissaarest Tartu Y-galeriis

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    Tartus Küütri 2 fotonäitus 15. jaanuarini. Fotod tegi "rahvusvaheline uurimisrühm" Aachen-Tartu Fotogrupp, kuhu kuuluvad Michael Dohle, Meelis Lokk, Alar Madisson, Hans-Jürgen Serwe ja Malev Toom

  4. 15. XI kell 17 avatakse EKA galeriis...

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    Näitus "ERKI moe-show" 10 aastat", mille koostasid Karolin Kuusik, Gerli Liivamägi, Kristina Paju, Külli-Kerttu Siplane ja Agne Talu. Eksponeeritakse ka Jaanus Orgusaare, Vassilissa, Aldo Järvsoo ning Hula noortekollektsiooni esinemiste meeldejäävamaid hetki. 20. XI kinos Kosmos ERKI moeetendus "Go". Lavastuse autorid Taavet Jansen ja Oksana Titova, kunstiline juht Ain Nurmela, videokunstnik Taavi Warm, graafiline kujundus Martin Eelmalt, helikujundus Remi Prualilt

  5. 21. XI avati Rakvere Kesklinna galeriis...

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    Kolme Leedus elava eesti kunstniku ühisnäitus "Kaugel, kaugel, kus on minu kodu...". Tiiu-Ene Vaivadiene eksponeerib metallikunsti, Ilmar Oss abstraktseid kompositsioone, Riina Ernesaks-Nedzelskiene lilleakvarelle

  6. 15. XI kell 17 avatakse EKA galeriis...

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    2004-01-01

    Näitus "ERKI moe-show" 10 aastat", mille koostasid Karolin Kuusik, Gerli Liivamägi, Kristina Paju, Külli-Kerttu Siplane ja Agne Talu. Eksponeeritakse ka Jaanus Orgusaare, Vassilissa, Aldo Järvsoo ning Hula noortekollektsiooni esinemiste meeldejäävamaid hetki. 20. XI kinos Kosmos ERKI moeetendus "Go". Lavastuse autorid Taavet Jansen ja Oksana Titova, kunstiline juht Ain Nurmela, videokunstnik Taavi Warm, graafiline kujundus Martin Eelmalt, helikujundus Remi Prualilt

  7. 3. III avati Stockholmis Donoso galeriis...

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    2004-01-01

    Pärnu outsider-kunstniku Aivar Kurvitsa maalide näitus. Eksponeeritud kunstniku uus vaarao-teemaline maaliseeria. Skulptuuridega esinevad Rootsis elavad autsaiderid Emma Asplund, Kristoffer Ekelund, Mikael Engman, Chang Im Ohlsson, Magnus Östling

  8. Milano EXPO 2015 Eesti paviljon "_galerii"

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    2015-01-01

    EXPO 2015 peateema on toit kui eluks vajalik energiaallikas, samuti tervislikud eluviisid ja loodusressursside kasutamine. Eesti paviljon on kolmekorruseline kastidest ehitis, mille tänavatasapinnal pakutakse Eesti tänavatoitu

  9. 30. XI avati Y-galeriis...

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    Projekt "Mina, uurija". Mardus K, Martini ja Liis Keerberg esitavad fotodokumente, videosid jms, mille abil tõstatavad ning püüavad lahendada uurijatöös ettetulevaid küsimusi. P- ja T-saalis saab vaadata Liina Veedleri installatsioone

  10. 17. jaanuarini on G-galeriis...

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    Põhja-Hollandis Groningenis töötavate kunstnike Rikka Horni (sünd. 1971) ja Jakob Vogeli ühisnäitus. EKA lõpetanud R. Horn eksponeerib segatehnikas maale ja taburette, Groningeni Academie Minerva lõpetanud J. Vogel akrüülmaale

  11. 21. IX avati Y-galeriis...

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    Näitus "Valitud sihtkohad" / "Selected destinations", mis toimub rahvusvahelise konverentsi "Culture, nature, semiotics: locations IV" ühe paneelina. Kuraator Rael Artel. Osalevad Margot Kask, Piret Räni, Maiu Kurvits ja Reimo Võsa-Tangsoo

  12. Fotod Naissaarest Tartu Y-galeriis

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    Tartus Küütri 2 fotonäitus 15. jaanuarini. Fotod tegi "rahvusvaheline uurimisrühm" Aachen-Tartu Fotogrupp, kuhu kuuluvad Michael Dohle, Meelis Lokk, Alar Madisson, Hans-Jürgen Serwe ja Malev Toom

  13. 25. XI esitleti Viviann Napi galeriis...

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    Esitleti Berliinis elava kunstniku Ivar Kaasiku raamatut "Camera obscura, Ivar Kaasiku õlimaalid 2001-2004". Sissejuhatavad ja tõlgendavad tekstid on kirjutanud Harry Liivrand, Jaan Elken ja Raivo Kelomees

  14. 14. VII avati Rael Arteli galerii fotoruumis...

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    2004-01-01

    Anu Allase kureeritud näitus "Juhitud reisid/Guided Tours". Näitusel osalevad Liisi Peets, Katrin Tees, Piret Räni, Anu Vahtra, Daisy Lappard, Tiit Sokk (Ulvi Tiit & Marili Sokk), Raivo Hool ja Rataplan

  15. 17. jaanuarini on G-galeriis...

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    Põhja-Hollandis Groningenis töötavate kunstnike Rikka Horni (sünd. 1971) ja Jakob Vogeli ühisnäitus. EKA lõpetanud R. Horn eksponeerib segatehnikas maale ja taburette, Groningeni Academie Minerva lõpetanud J. Vogel akrüülmaale

  16. Kuni 22. V on Berliini Giedre galeriis...

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    Leedulanna Egle Rakauskaite (fotoseeria "Vilniuse kodutud"), lätlase Kaspars Goba ja Pure Culture (Gatis Rozenfelds, Simona Veilande, Emils Rode) ning eestlaste Herkki-Erich Merila ja Arbo Tammiksaare ("Welcome to Estonia") ühisnäitus "Welcome(to)Europe!". Eesti osa kuraator Sirje Helme, Läti osa kuraator Helena Demakova

  17. 30. IV avati Tallinna Kunstihoone galeriis...

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    Näitusel "Ecce libri" eksponeerivad Pille Kivihall, Tiina Piisang ja Maarja Undusk installatsioone raamatutest. 13. V ümarlauavestlus raamatu saatusest ja väärtusest virtuaalvaimustuse ajastul. Osalevad Raivo Kelomees, Ilja Sundelevitsh, M. Undusk, Toomas Raudam, Jürgen Rooste, Jaan Undusk jt.

  18. 3. III avati Stockholmis Donoso galeriis...

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    Pärnu outsider-kunstniku Aivar Kurvitsa maalide näitus. Eksponeeritud kunstniku uus vaarao-teemaline maaliseeria. Skulptuuridega esinevad Rootsis elavad autsaiderid Emma Asplund, Kristoffer Ekelund, Mikael Engman, Chang Im Ohlsson, Magnus Östling

  19. 25. XI esitleti Viviann Napi galeriis...

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    Esitleti Berliinis elava kunstniku Ivar Kaasiku raamatut "Camera obscura, Ivar Kaasiku õlimaalid 2001-2004". Sissejuhatavad ja tõlgendavad tekstid on kirjutanud Harry Liivrand, Jaan Elken ja Raivo Kelomees

  20. Growth of Campylobacter jejuni on nitrate and nitrite: electron transport to NapA and NrfA via NrfH and distinct roles for NrfA and the globin Cgb in protection against nitrosative stress.

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    Pittman, Marc S; Elvers, Karen T; Lee, Lucy; Jones, Michael A; Poole, Robert K; Park, Simon F; Kelly, David J

    2007-01-01

    Pathways of electron transport to periplasmic nitrate (NapA) and nitrite (NrfA) reductases have been investigated in Campylobacter jejuni, a microaerophilic food-borne pathogen. The nap operon is unusual in lacking napC (encoding a tetra-haem c-type cytochrome) and napF, but contains a novel gene of unknown function, napL. The iron-sulphur protein NapG has a major role in electron transfer to the NapAB complex, but we show that slow nitrate-dependent growth of a napG mutant can be sustained by electron transfer from NrfH, the electron donor to the nitrite reductase NrfA. A napL mutant possessed approximately 50% lower NapA activity than the wild type but showed normal growth with nitrate as the electron acceptor. NrfA was constitutive and was shown to play a role in protection against nitrosative stress in addition to the previously identified NO-inducible single domain globin, Cgb. However, nitrite also induced cgb expression in an NssR-dependent manner, suggesting that growth of C. jejuni with nitrite causes nitrosative stress. This was confirmed by lack of growth of cgb and nssR mutants, and slow growth of the nrfA mutant, in media containing nitrite. Thus, NrfA and Cgb together provide C. jejuni with constitutive and inducible components of a robust defence against nitrosative stress.

  1. Post-Earthquake Characterization of Surface Displacements and Spatial Variation of Deformation Kinematics near the Southern End of the Recent West Napa Fault Rupture

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    Lutz, A. T.; Hitchcock, C. S.; Wade, A. M.

    2014-12-01

    We performed detailed mapping along more than 1.3 km of surface rupture between Cuttings Wharf and CA-12 in order to characterize the location, width, orientation, amount, direction, and kinematics of permanent ground deformation produced in the hours, days, and weeks following the August 24 M6.0 South Napa earthquake. Surface rupture along a 550 m long reach between Middle Ave and South Ave near Los Carneros Ave is expressed as a series of right-stepping, 337° striking intervals roughly 2 to 6 m wide and 30 to 60 m long. The dextral component of displacement produced localized transpressional strain and formed narrow pressure ridges 15 to 20 cm high and 0.5 to 1.5 m wide. Each of these right-stepping reaches are composed of an irregular pattern of smaller scale (0.3 to 8 m long) left-stepping en echelon fractures striking 355° to 030°, with more easterly oriented fractures tending to be longer. In additional to pressure ridges, the deformation field exhibits a broad west-up sense of vertical displacement. Total station survey data from two faulted fence lines indicate 34 ± 4 cm and 30.5 ± 4.5 cm of dextral displacement and 15 ± 4 cm and 12 ± 2 cm of net west-up vertical displacement. The average direction of dextral displacement is 330° ± 5° along this reach. Surface rupture along a 800 m long reach from Las Amigas Road south to Los Carneros Creek is expressed as a series of left-stepping, N20°W striking intervals roughly 1.5 to 4 m wide and 40 to 70 m long. Each of these intervals are composed of a regular pattern of smaller scale (4 to 6 m long) left-stepping en echelon fractures striking 000° to 015°. Multiple measurements indicate a gradual southward decrease in the amount of dextral surface displacement from 12 ± 2 cm near Las Amigas Road to 7.5 ± 1.5 cm near Los Carneros Creek; these dextral displacements are consistently 2 to 3 times larger than co-located net west-up vertical displacements. The dominant direction of dextral displacement is

  2. Galeriid - Tallinna kunstisoonel / Andri Ksenofontov

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    Ksenofontov, Andri, 1962-

    2005-01-01

    Valgusfestival Tallinnas, Angelika Schneideri joonistuste näitus "Valgest mustani" Estonia Kontserdisaali fuajees, Liina Vedleri näitus "Raskolnikova saar" EKA galeriis, Maria Valdma näitus "Fiktsioonid" Tallinna Linnagaleriis, Eveli Variku näitus "Armuke" Kunstihoone galeriis, Tarmo Roosimöldri näitus "Paus" ning Kaarina Ormio, Jaan Pärnamäe ja Elin T. Sorenseni installatsioon "Mäng" G-galeriis, šveitsi-soome fotograafi Peter Strebeli näitus "Maroko Anti-Atlase mäestiku motiivid" Kiek in de Kökis, Jaan Künnapi Tallinna panoraam näitusel "Tallinn, inimesed ja linn 1878-2002" Raevangla Fotomuuseumis, TPÜ üliõpilaste fotonäitus "Fotofinish" fotokeldris Lee, TPÜ kunstiosakonna üliõpilaste näitus "Tehnika ja lüürika" Viviann Napa galeriis, näitus "Juugendstiil Lätis", Pille Kivihalli, Maarja Unduski ja Tiina Piisangu näitus "Altar raamatule" rahvusraamatukogus, Toomas Keldri mälestusnäitus disaini- ja arhitektuurigaleriis, Irina Ishina näitus Vene saatkonna galeriis, Vladimir Baciu näitus Haus galeriis, Vassili Gretshko näitus Artline'i galeriis, Jana Wiebe ja Tjika Rebase "Surnuaia kogumik vol. 1" Hobusepea galeriis, Kadi Kurema näitus "Imeasjad" Ühispanga galeriis ja "Pisiasjad" Galeriis 36

  3. Stress-based aftershock forecasts made within 24h post mainshock: Expected north San Francisco Bay area seismicity changes after the 2014M=6.0 West Napa earthquake

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    Parsons, Thomas E.; Segou, Margaret; Sevilgen, Volkan; Milner, Kevin; Field, Ned; Toda, Shinji; Stein, Ross S.

    2014-01-01

    We calculate stress changes resulting from the M= 6.0 West Napa earthquake on north San Francisco Bay area faults. The earthquake ruptured within a series of long faults that pose significant hazard to the Bay area, and we are thus concerned with potential increases in the probability of a large earthquake through stress transfer. We conduct this exercise as a prospective test because the skill of stress-based aftershock forecasting methodology is inconclusive. We apply three methods: (1) generalized mapping of regional Coulomb stress change, (2) stress changes resolved on Uniform California Earthquake Rupture Forecast faults, and (3) a mapped rate/state aftershock forecast. All calculations were completed within 24 h after the main shock and were made without benefit of known aftershocks, which will be used to evaluative the prospective forecast. All methods suggest that we should expect heightened seismicity on parts of the southern Rodgers Creek, northern Hayward, and Green Valley faults.

  4. Stress-based aftershock forecasts made within 24 h postmain shock: Expected north San Francisco Bay area seismicity changes after the 2014 M = 6.0 West Napa earthquake

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    Parsons, Tom; Segou, Margaret; Sevilgen, Volkan; Milner, Kevin; Field, Edward; Toda, Shinji; Stein, Ross S.

    2014-12-01

    We calculate stress changes resulting from the M = 6.0 West Napa earthquake on north San Francisco Bay area faults. The earthquake ruptured within a series of long faults that pose significant hazard to the Bay area, and we are thus concerned with potential increases in the probability of a large earthquake through stress transfer. We conduct this exercise as a prospective test because the skill of stress-based aftershock forecasting methodology is inconclusive. We apply three methods: (1) generalized mapping of regional Coulomb stress change, (2) stress changes resolved on Uniform California Earthquake Rupture Forecast faults, and (3) a mapped rate/state aftershock forecast. All calculations were completed within 24 h after the main shock and were made without benefit of known aftershocks, which will be used to evaluative the prospective forecast. All methods suggest that we should expect heightened seismicity on parts of the southern Rodgers Creek, northern Hayward, and Green Valley faults.

  5. Interaction between composite elements in the napA promoter: both the B-box ABA-responsive complex and the RY/G complex are necessary for seed-specific expression.

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    Ezcurra, I; Ellerström, M; Wycliffe, P; Stålberg, K; Rask, L

    1999-07-01

    During seed maturation, the transcriptional activity of napin genes is regulated by developmental signals involving the transcriptional activator ABI3 and abscisic acid (ABA). To localize cis elements involved in the seed-specific activity of the napin napA promoter, a systematic analysis was performed focusing on two major element complexes, the B-box and RY/G. Substitution mutation analysis using promoter-reporter gene fusions in stable transgenic tobacco showed synergistic interactions between elements within these complexes. The distal part of the B-box shows similarities to abscisic acid response elements and the proximal portion contains a CA-rich element. In vitro studies involving Exonuclease III protection and electrophoretic mobility shift assays revealed binding by nuclear proteins to elements within the B-box. The distal and proximal parts of the B-box were found to bind distinct nuclear protein complexes. By gain-of-function analysis with a tetramer of the B-box fused to a truncated (-46) cauliflower mosaic virus (CaMV) 35S minimal promoter, it was demonstrated that the B-box mediates strong activity in seeds. Further, it was shown that the elements in the B-box constitute an ABA-responsive complex, since the B-box tetramer mediates ABA-responsiveness in vegetative tissues to a construct containing the CaMV virus 35S enhancer (-343 to -90). Thus, the seed-specific activity of the napA promoter relies on the combinatorial interaction between the RY/G complex and the B-box ABA-responsive complex during the ABA response in seed development.

  6. Diversity and abundance of nitrate reductase genes (narG and napA), nitrite reductase genes (nirS and nrfA), and their transcripts in estuarine sediments.

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    Smith, Cindy J; Nedwell, David B; Dong, Liang F; Osborn, A Mark

    2007-06-01

    Estuarine systems are the major conduits for the transfer of nitrate from agricultural and other terrestrial-anthropogenic sources into marine ecosystems. Within estuarine sediments some microbially driven processes (denitrification and anammox) result in the net removal of nitrogen from the environment, while others (dissimilatory nitrate reduction to ammonium) do not. In this study, molecular approaches have been used to investigate the diversity, abundance, and activity of the nitrate-reducing communities in sediments from the hypernutrified Colne estuary, United Kingdom, via analysis of nitrate and nitrite reductase genes and transcripts. Sequence analysis of cloned PCR-amplified narG, napA, and nrfA gene sequences showed the indigenous nitrate-reducing communities to be both phylogenetically diverse and also divergent from previously characterized nitrate reduction sequences in soils and offshore marine sediments and from cultured nitrate reducers. In both the narG and nrfA libraries, the majority of clones (48% and 50%, respectively) were related to corresponding sequences from delta-proteobacteria. A suite of quantitative PCR primers and TaqMan probes was then developed to quantify phylotype-specific nitrate (narG and napA) and nitrite reductase (nirS and nrfA) gene and transcript numbers in sediments from three sites along the estuarine nitrate gradient. In general, both nitrate and nitrite reductase gene copy numbers were found to decline significantly (P < 0.05) from the estuary head towards the estuary mouth. The development and application, for the first time, of quantitative reverse transcription-PCR assays to quantify mRNA sequences in sediments revealed that transcript numbers for three of the five phylotypes quantified were greatest at the estuary head.

  7. Suurlinn kui ainukordne elamus / Juta Kivimäe

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    Kivimäe, Juta, 1952-

    2006-01-01

    Martin Saare näitus "Üle Atlandi: New York - Tallinn 2003-2006" Viviann Napa galeriis kuni 29. V. Eksponeeritud digikollaazhid, aerograafijoonistused, siiditrükk ja akvarellid. New Yorgis elav Martin Saar (sünd. 1980) on lõpetanud 2002. a. Eesti Kunstiakadeemia graafilise disaini erialal. Kunstnikule USAs osaks saanud tähelepanust

  8. Marko ja Kaido Tallinnas / Harry Liivrand

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    Liivrand, Harry, 1961-

    2003-01-01

    Viviann Napa galeriis (senine Galerie Passage) Harry Liivranna kureeritud Kaido Ole ja Marko Mäetamme näitus "Design Jet 5000". Kunstnikud on viinud Veneetsia biennaalil eksponeeritud kosmoseteemalised maalid digitrüki tehnikasse ning liitnud sarjaga oma Veneetsia näituse kataloogi illustratsioonid

  9. NapA and NapB are the Aspergillus nidulans Nap/SET family members and NapB is a nuclear protein specifically interacting with importin alpha.

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    Araújo-Bazán, Lidia; Fernández-Martínez, Javier; Ríos, Vivian Maythe de Los; Etxebeste, Oier; Albar, Juan Pablo; Peñalva, Miguel Angel; Espeso, Eduardo Antonio

    2008-03-01

    In eukaryotic cells, importin alpha is the major carrier for transport protein cargoes into the nucleus. We characterize here kapA, the single Aspergillus nidulans gene encoding an importin alpha. Using an affinity approach, we identify six potential interactors of KapA(50), a deleted version of KapA lacking the autoinhibitory importin-beta-binding domain. One such interactor is NapB, the A. nidulans orthologue of Saccharomyces cerevisiae Vps75p, a histone chaperone member of the Nap/SET family of proteins that additionally plays a cytosolic role in vacuolar protein sorting. NapB, but not its close relative NapA (the A. nidulans orthologue of yeast Nap1p) interacts directly with KapA(50) in pull down assays, despite the fact that NapB does not contain a classical nuclear localization sequence. NapB is a nuclear protein which exits nuclei at the onset of mitosis when two simultaneous mechanisms might be acting, the partial disassembly of the nuclear pore complexes and as yet unidentified posttranslational modification of NapB. The mitotic cytosolic localization of NapB might facilitate its putative role in the sorting of protein cargoes to the vacuole. In addition, we show that NapB and the mitotic B-type cyclin NimE compete for in vitro binding to KapA.

  10. AIRBORNE LIGHT DETECTION AND RANGING (LIDAR DERIVED DEFORMATION FROM THE MW 6.0 24 AUGUST, 2014 SOUTH NAPA EARTHQUAKE ESTIMATED BY TWO AND THREE DIMENSIONAL POINT CLOUD CHANGE DETECTION TECHNIQUES

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    A. W. Lyda

    2016-06-01

    Full Text Available Remote sensing via LiDAR (Light Detection And Ranging has proven extremely useful in both Earth science and hazard related studies. Surveys taken before and after an earthquake for example, can provide decimeter-level, 3D near-field estimates of land deformation that offer better spatial coverage of the near field rupture zone than other geodetic methods (e.g., InSAR, GNSS, or alignment array. In this study, we compare and contrast estimates of deformation obtained from different pre and post-event airborne laser scanning (ALS data sets of the 2014 South Napa Earthquake using two change detection algorithms, Iterative Control Point (ICP and Particle Image Velocimetry (PIV. The ICP algorithm is a closest point based registration algorithm that can iteratively acquire three dimensional deformations from airborne LiDAR data sets. By employing a newly proposed partition scheme, “moving window,” to handle the large spatial scale point cloud over the earthquake rupture area, the ICP process applies a rigid registration of data sets within an overlapped window to enhance the change detection results of the local, spatially varying surface deformation near-fault. The other algorithm, PIV, is a well-established, two dimensional image co-registration and correlation technique developed in fluid mechanics research and later applied to geotechnical studies. Adapted here for an earthquake with little vertical movement, the 3D point cloud is interpolated into a 2D DTM image and horizontal deformation is determined by assessing the cross-correlation of interrogation areas within the images to find the most likely deformation between two areas. Both the PIV process and the ICP algorithm are further benefited by a presented, novel use of urban geodetic markers. Analogous to the persistent scatterer technique employed with differential radar observations, this new LiDAR application exploits a classified point cloud dataset to assist the change detection

  11. Airborne Light Detection and Ranging (lidar) Derived Deformation from the MW 6.0 24 August, 2014 South Napa Earthquake Estimated by Two and Three Dimensional Point Cloud Change Detection Techniques

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    Lyda, A. W.; Zhang, X.; Glennie, C. L.; Hudnut, K.; Brooks, B. A.

    2016-06-01

    Remote sensing via LiDAR (Light Detection And Ranging) has proven extremely useful in both Earth science and hazard related studies. Surveys taken before and after an earthquake for example, can provide decimeter-level, 3D near-field estimates of land deformation that offer better spatial coverage of the near field rupture zone than other geodetic methods (e.g., InSAR, GNSS, or alignment array). In this study, we compare and contrast estimates of deformation obtained from different pre and post-event airborne laser scanning (ALS) data sets of the 2014 South Napa Earthquake using two change detection algorithms, Iterative Control Point (ICP) and Particle Image Velocimetry (PIV). The ICP algorithm is a closest point based registration algorithm that can iteratively acquire three dimensional deformations from airborne LiDAR data sets. By employing a newly proposed partition scheme, "moving window," to handle the large spatial scale point cloud over the earthquake rupture area, the ICP process applies a rigid registration of data sets within an overlapped window to enhance the change detection results of the local, spatially varying surface deformation near-fault. The other algorithm, PIV, is a well-established, two dimensional image co-registration and correlation technique developed in fluid mechanics research and later applied to geotechnical studies. Adapted here for an earthquake with little vertical movement, the 3D point cloud is interpolated into a 2D DTM image and horizontal deformation is determined by assessing the cross-correlation of interrogation areas within the images to find the most likely deformation between two areas. Both the PIV process and the ICP algorithm are further benefited by a presented, novel use of urban geodetic markers. Analogous to the persistent scatterer technique employed with differential radar observations, this new LiDAR application exploits a classified point cloud dataset to assist the change detection algorithms. Ground

  12. Tühi galerii on igav / Harry Liivrand

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    Liivrand, Harry, 1961-

    2001-01-01

    Kunstivahendajate tekkimisest IX sajandil, kunstiteoste ostmisest ateljeedest, kunstnike korraldatud aastanäitustest (salon Pariisis, biennale Veneetsias), esimesest personaalnäitusest 1855, kunstimessidest, galeriidest. XIX sajandi lõpul galeriides sündinud uuest eksponeerimisprintsiibist.

  13. Arm ja terror : Kadi Kurema Hausi galeriis / Maarja Undusk

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    Undusk, Maarja

    2002-01-01

    Näitus "2x2". Eksponeeritud K. Kurema pildid ja kunstnikuraamatud, mille kaasautoriks on Külli Grünbach-Sein, kes on valmistanud käsitsi enamuse paberist ja kavandanud köitmisviisi. K. Kurema graafilisi sarju täiendavad pealkirjad ja sõnad.

  14. 15. X avati Tallinna Kunstihoone galeriis... / Anders Härm

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    Härm, Anders, 1977-

    2003-01-01

    Argentiina kunstnike Cecilia Mandrile ja Lucrecia Urbano installatsioonide näitus. C. Mandrile trükib oma autoportreid lihtsatele nukkudele, L. Urbano kasutab installatsioonides ja objektides peamiselt klaasi

  15. 15. III avatakse Y-galerii P ja T saalis...

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    2005-01-01

    Eevart Arraku maalinäitus "Põhjala visioonid". Kunstnik on välja pannud fovistlikus laadis tumedatoonilisi maastiku- ja loodusmaale. 15. märtsist E-saalis rootsi kunstniku Marcus Öhrni videoinstallatsioon. 12. III soome performance'i-kunstniku Tero Nauha etendus. 16. märtsist A-saalis Sütevaka Andrese üheteosenäitus "Arnold, kas sa oled juba tänanud venelasi selle eest, et teid Euroopa Liitu vastu võeti...?"

  16. 9. II avati taas von Krahli Akna galerii

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    2004-01-01

    Näitusel "Mute - a Register of Dreams" on vaadata Aine Phillipsi (Iirimaa), Avangardi, Diane Dwyer & Tillamook Cheddari (USA), Evelin Urmi, Kiwa, Lee Adamsi (Inglismaa), Marcello Mercado (Saksamaa), Miguel Rodriguez Sepulveda (Mehhiko) ja Renato Meneghetti (Itaalia) töid

  17. 13. XII kell 16 avatakse rahvusraamatukogu VI korruse galeriis...

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    2005-01-01

    Näitus "Euroopa XVIII sajandi sügavtrükigraafika Eesti rahvusraamatukogu kollektsioonist". Autoritest nimetatud Bernard Picart (1673-1733), Daniel Nikolaus Chodowiecki (1726-1801), Domenico Bernardo Zilotti (u 1730-1780). Esitletakse näituse kataloogi. Kunstiteadlane Jüri Hain peab ajastu graafika ja näituse teemal loengu

  18. Alates 13. XII on Vaala galeriis avatud "Talvesalong"

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    2004-01-01

    Väljas on Ellinor Aiki, Valdur Ohaka, Herman Talviku, Jaak Arro, Raoul Kurvitza, Andres Toltsi, Laurentsiuse, Lembit Saartsi, Rait Rosina, Merike Estna, Maarit Murka ning Aleksandr Breneri ja Barbara Schurzi tööd. 17. XII Anna Litvinova, Ilmar Kruusamäe ja Lembit Sarapuu ühised maaliseansid

  19. 27. X avati SEB Ühispanga galeriis...

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    2005-01-01

    Peeter Lauritsa ja Katzi näitus "Voolav labürint". Väljas on viimaste kuude jooksul rahvusvahelise projekti raames valminud tööd. Kütioru tööprotsessist tehti igal õhtul otseülekanne Hollandisse Groningeni kesklinna paigutatud ekraanidele

  20. Täna kell 20 esitletakse EKA galerii...

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    2004-01-01

    Esitletakse norra kunstnike (loetletud) videosid "Darling, don't leave me all by myself". Korraldaja Bergeni kuraatoriduo Rakett (Asa Lövgren, Karolin Tampere). 4. IV näeb Tallinna projekti Von Krahli teatris

  1. 23. IX korraldab Vaala galerii kunstioksjoni "Väliseesti eri"

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    2004-01-01

    Oksjonil on esindatud Eerik Haamer, Jaan Grünberg, Arno Vihalemm, Eduard Wiiralt, Ruth Tulving, Endel Kõks, Harald Jürissaar, Otto Paas, Ville Tops, Otto Puusta. Töödega saab tutvuda alates 18. IX, traditsiooniline sügisoksjon toimub 18. XI

  2. EKA galeriis on esmakordselt väljas...

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    2002-01-01

    2002. a. EKA kunsti- ja kunstiajaloo õpetaja eriala lõpetanute tööd. Triinu Maide-Safin, Jelena Girlin, Tuuli Järmut, Lii Pähkel-Mällo, Mall Mets ja Kaja Russ käsitlevad ruudu, jaanitule ja tule motiivi

  3. 26. III avati Tartu Y-galerii E-saalis...

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    2004-01-01

    MTÜ loovkeskuse ja Anne noortekeskuse multimeedialabori interdistsiplinaarse Art-Merge õpikoja näitus. 20.-26. III toimunud õpikoja tegevuskunsti osa juhtis inglise kunstnik Natalie Waldbaum, multimeedia sektorit Jane Remm, kaasaegse tantsu ja teatri osa Kaia Kapsta

  4. 15. X avati Tallinna Kunstihoone galeriis... / Anders Härm

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    Härm, Anders, 1977-

    2003-01-01

    Argentiina kunstnike Cecilia Mandrile ja Lucrecia Urbano installatsioonide näitus. C. Mandrile trükib oma autoportreid lihtsatele nukkudele, L. Urbano kasutab installatsioonides ja objektides peamiselt klaasi

  5. Alates 13. XII on Vaala galeriis avatud "Talvesalong"

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    2004-01-01

    Väljas on Ellinor Aiki, Valdur Ohaka, Herman Talviku, Jaak Arro, Raoul Kurvitza, Andres Toltsi, Laurentsiuse, Lembit Saartsi, Rait Rosina, Merike Estna, Maarit Murka ning Aleksandr Breneri ja Barbara Schurzi tööd. 17. XII Anna Litvinova, Ilmar Kruusamäe ja Lembit Sarapuu ühised maaliseansid

  6. Arm ja terror : Kadi Kurema Hausi galeriis / Maarja Undusk

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    Undusk, Maarja

    2002-01-01

    Näitus "2x2". Eksponeeritud K. Kurema pildid ja kunstnikuraamatud, mille kaasautoriks on Külli Grünbach-Sein, kes on valmistanud käsitsi enamuse paberist ja kavandanud köitmisviisi. K. Kurema graafilisi sarju täiendavad pealkirjad ja sõnad.

  7. 9. II avati taas von Krahli Akna galerii

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    2004-01-01

    Näitusel "Mute - a Register of Dreams" on vaadata Aine Phillipsi (Iirimaa), Avangardi, Diane Dwyer & Tillamook Cheddari (USA), Evelin Urmi, Kiwa, Lee Adamsi (Inglismaa), Marcello Mercado (Saksamaa), Miguel Rodriguez Sepulveda (Mehhiko) ja Renato Meneghetti (Itaalia) töid

  8. Napa County Entrepreneurial Child Care Training.

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    Napa County Employment Training Office, CA.

    A multiagency project designed a program to train participants to become licensed family day care home operators. Participant recruitment was conducted by means of a flyer, advertisements in the help wanted section, community service announcements, press releases, and notices to the high schools. The program recruited 43 potential family day care…

  9. On the ship design software NAPA%浅谈船舶应用软件NAPA

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    王彩莲

    2004-01-01

    NAPA是一个船舶设计软件包,有着强大的功能,能大大提高船舶设计者的工作效率.NAPA作为功能强大的软件有它自身的特点,初学者需要熟悉它的特点才能很快上手.本文对NAPA的建模进行了分析,阐述了作者对NAPA的理解,并结合简单的例子给出了直观的介绍.

  10. DIGITAL FLOOD INSURANCE RATE MAP DATABASE, NAPA COUNTY, CALIFORNIA

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    Federal Emergency Management Agency, Department of Homeland Security — The Digital Flood Insurance Rate Map (DFIRM) Database depicts flood risk information and supporting data used to develop the risk data. The primary risk...

  11. DIGITAL FLOOD INSURANCE RATE MAP DATABASE, NAPA COUNTY, CALIFORNIA, USA

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    Federal Emergency Management Agency, Department of Homeland Security — The Digital Flood Insurance Rate Map (DFIRM) Database depicts flood risk information and supporting data used to develop the risk data. The primary risk...

  12. NAPA College Programs Students for Careers in Microelectronics.

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    Technological Horizons in Education, 1980

    1980-01-01

    Describes a two year, 60 percent theory/40 percent hands-on curriculum preparing students for occupations in electronics technology, bio-medical electronics, and communications technology. Students have opportunities to work on equipment identical to that which they will encounter in industry. (JN)

  13. Vegetation - Napa County and Blue Ridge Berryessa [ds201

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    California Department of Resources — In 1995, the Manual of California Vegetation (MCV) introduced a quantitatively based method for classifying and mapping vegetation in California. In 2002 Department...

  14. The Napa Evaluation of Madeline Hunter's ITIP: Lessons Learned.

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    Slavin, Robert E.

    1986-01-01

    Explores the question of whether the failure of the MHITIP, designed to change teachers' behavior and student engaged rates in reading and mathematics, was related to a lack of maintenance of program skills or a failure of the program to increase student achievement. (Author/HOD)

  15. Improving Instruction: The Napa County Follow Through Research Project.

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    Robbins, Pam

    1985-01-01

    Developing a model to improve student academic learning time and achievement and to develop local resources to continue the program after the funding period required a staff development program that enabled teachers to use specific direct instruction teaching behaviors. The staff development program is described and recommendations are made. (MT)

  16. NapaWineBar&Kitchen:一贯的优雅

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    2013-01-01

    外濉,一个永远让入迷恋的地方,因为这里的夜充满魅惑和浪漫。曾躲在人广附近江阴路上的NaDa餐厅今年3月初搬入曾经的太古洋行业务大楼,装修后焕然一新而又维持—贯的优雅。若去NaDa最好选在晚上,透过窗可以看见整个万国建筑群以及陆家嘴夜景,仿佛在现实和虚幻中穿梭的景致让人神往。

  17. Nanosatellite and Plug-and-Play Architecture 2 (NAPA 2)

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    2017-02-28

    Force research laboratory (AFRL). The structure of the broader collaboration emphasizes the dual and complementary themes of miniaturization and...would be rejected into the substrate, which could be filled with a phase change material (PCM). The PCM would serve the dual purpose of assisting...control (ADAC) subsystem, the timing, telemetry , and control (TT&C) radio, an electrical power subsystem (EPS), and four payloads (PL1-PL4), three being

  18. Hubungan Postur Kepala dengan Tumbuh Kembang Mandibula pada Penderita Obstruksi Saluran Napas Atas dengan Kebiasaan Buruk Napas Mulut

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    Erliera Erliera

    2013-07-01

    Full Text Available Objective: To investigate the correlations between head posture and mandible growth in Deuteromalayid OURT (obstruction of the upper respiratory tract patients with mouth breathing habit. Material & Methods: The study used cross sectional design for 64 subjects including 32 OURT patients with mouth breathing habit and 32 normal subjects, all 12 to 15 years old. Lateral cephalometry radiograph was taken for head posture measurements and mandibular growth (ramus height, mandibular length, and mandibular rotation measurements. Results: The fraction of subjects with kifosis head posture in OURT with mouth breathing habit (34.4% was larger than that in normal subjects (28.1%. There is no correlation between head posture and OURT with mouth breathing habit, but there is a correlation between OURT with mouth breathing habit and mandibular rotation. Conclusion: Patients with OURT and mouth breathing habit show more vertical growth of mandible than normal subjects.DOI: 10.14693/jdi.v15i1.78

  19. 20. VI avatakse EKA galeriis rahvusvaheline fotonäitus "Fragile Distance"

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    2003-01-01

    Kuraatorid David Bate, Eve Kiiler. Osalevad Londonis elavad ja töötavad fotograafid Denny Robson, Adam Green, Michelle Atherton (Inglismaa), Eva Riegler (Austria), Andreas Hablutzel (Šveits), Angeliki Douveri, Stella Baraklianou (Kreeka), Simona Dell'Agli (Itaalia)

  20. Homme kell 13 avatakse Y-galerii hoovis linnafestivali "Eclectica" raames...

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    2004-01-01

    Performance'ikunsti ja kunstipärase rokkmuusika ühisfestival "In/Out". Esinevad Tartu Popi & Roki Instituut, Maris Palgi, Eva Orav, Kaie Luik, Maia Möller, Trikotaaž, Enn Tegova, Ruumi Trummid, Fashist Lendas Üle ja Avangard (Sandra Jõgeva & Margus Tamm). Festival päädib Erkki Hüva LP "Varjust rambini" esitlusega

  1. 22. IX avati Draakoni galeriis maalinäitus "Hürsi koolkond"

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    2003-01-01

    2002. a. loodud Hürsi koolkonda kuuluvad Katrin Moora, Maris Tuuling, Peeter Grossman, Alo Aarsalu, Allan Gulli, Eva-Liisa Kriis, Kati Erme, Margus Meinart, Evi Gailit. Rühmituse liikmed on õppinud Konrad Mäe nimelises maalistuudios. Näituse audiotausta autor Tanel Paliale

  2. Galeriiühendus Eesti Panga kvartalisse = Connecting Gallery to the Bank of Estonia Block

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    2003-01-01

    2003. a. veebruaris toimunud kutsutud arhitektuurikonkursi, mille eesmärgiks oli parandada Eesti Panga kvartali funktsionaalsust Estonia puiestee ja Sakala tänava poolsete osade vahel, töö. Projekterija: AB Urban Mark OÜ. Autorid: Ülar Mark, Kaja Pae. Konstruktsioonid: Inseneribüroo Peipman OÜ

  3. 1. VII avati Rael Arteli galerii kaks väljapanekut

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    2004-01-01

    Fotogaleriis on väljas Andreas W kureeritud "Puudumise kohalolu", mis koosneb Tartu Kõrgema Kunstikooli fotograafia üliõpilaste Madis Katzi, Taavi Piibemanni, Riho Peikeri, Alan Proosa ja Kaisa Eiche ning Toomas Kalve ja Alan Rossi töödest. Audiogaleriis eksponeerib oma helindeid Taavi Tulev

  4. 30. III tutvustab Mooste külalisstuudio Tallinna Kunstihoone galeriis...

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    2005-01-01

    Tutvustatakse resideerimisprogrammi võimalusi ning keskkonnakunsti sümpoosioni "PostsovkhoZ". Ürituse kava (John Grzinichi lühifilm MoKSist", Dirk Lange näituse "ööTöö" avamine, ajakirja Palaster esitlus, Marcus Öhrnilt oma projekti, video ja performance'i tutvustus, Kurt Korthalsi, John Grzinichi kontsert jne.)

  5. Eesti vanima oksjonimaja Hausi galerii 14. kunstioksjonil on 41 tööd

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    2004-01-01

    Enampakkumisel on Oskar Hoffmanni, Eduard Gebhardti, Gregor Bochmanni, Eduard Wiiralti (joonistus "Oopiumi uimas"), Konrad Mäe ("Capri vaade", 1922-1923), Ado Vabbe, Eerik Haameri, Elmar Kitse, Roman Nymani, Richard Uutmaa, Edgar Valteri, Evald Okase, Andres Toltsi jt. tööd. Näitus on avatud kuni 22. IV

  6. Lasva veetorn-galerii = Lasva water tower-gallery / Veronika Valk

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    Valk, Veronika, 1976-

    2010-01-01

    Lasva veetorni rekonstrueerimisest klavertrepiga kunstigaleriiks-vaatetorniks. Projekteerija: Zizi & Yoyo. Autorid: arhitekt Veronika Valk, arhitekti abiline Kadri Klementi, kunstnik Peeter Laurits, skulptor Kalle-Priit Pruuden, Kalle Tikas (heli elektroonika). Projekt: 2006-2008, valmis: 2009

  7. Homme kell 14 algab Vaala galeriis järjekordse "INPORTi" raames...

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    2004-01-01

    Poola kunstnike Dariusz Fodczuki (sünd. 1966), Wladislaw Kazmierczaki (sünd. 1951), Ewa Rybska (sünd. 1958), Artur Grabowski ja Pawel Kwasniewski (sünd. 1963) performance'ite esitlus. Korraldaja Gert Hatsukov

  8. 19. IV avati EKA galeriis Tartu noore maali näitus "9 elu"

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    2004-01-01

    Autorid Jaan-Jürgen Klaus, Margus Liivak, Kaie Luik, Eda Lõhmus, Rauno Th. Moss, Maris Palgi, Jane Remm, Hando Tamm ja Ode Taul on Tartu Ülikooli maaliosakonna 2000-2003 lõpetanud või 2004 lõpetavad noored kunstnikud. 20. IV seminaril "Üle ja ümber Tartu noore maali" esinesid Anu Allas, Rauno Th. Moss, Evelyn Müürsepp

  9. 26. V avatakse kunstiakadeemia galeriis näitus "BAP vs. CAPO"

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    2003-01-01

    Näitusel alapealkirjaga "Kujutav kunst versus kujuteldamatu" näeb maale, graafikat, fotosid, propagandaplakateid, taustaks rahustav muusika (BAP). Osaleb grafitikunstnike rühmitus CAPO, plakatimeister KORK, minimalist Samot Mint

  10. Alates 26. VI toimuvad Tallinna Kunstihoone galeriis... / Reiu Tüür

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    Tüür, Reiu

    2004-01-01

    Johann Köleri nimelise Positivistliku Kunsttööstuskooli kampaaniapäevad, mis päädivad 10. VII performance'iga Paide keskväljakul tegevuskunstifestivalina "Aeg. Ruum. Liikumine: unplugged" . Kampaaniapäevade kava 2.-10. VII

  11. Täna kell 16 avatakse EKA galeriis grupinäitus "Kiht"

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    2004-01-01

    Osalevad ajavahemikus 1996-2004 EKA lõpetanud skulptorid Leena Kuutma, Lea Armväärt, Kirke Kangro, Isabel Aaso, Iris Jurma, Eneken Maripuu, Marju Vaher, Kristiina Järvelaid, Heigo Eeriksoo ja Malle Remmel

  12. Lasva veetorn-galerii = Lasva water tower-gallery / Veronika Valk

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    Valk, Veronika, 1976-

    2010-01-01

    Lasva veetorni rekonstrueerimisest klavertrepiga kunstigaleriiks-vaatetorniks. Projekteerija: Zizi & Yoyo. Autorid: arhitekt Veronika Valk, arhitekti abiline Kadri Klementi, kunstnik Peeter Laurits, skulptor Kalle-Priit Pruuden, Kalle Tikas (heli elektroonika). Projekt: 2006-2008, valmis: 2009

  13. Homme kell 14 algab Vaala galeriis järjekordse "INPORTi" raames...

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    2004-01-01

    Poola kunstnike Dariusz Fodczuki (sünd. 1966), Wladislaw Kazmierczaki (sünd. 1951), Ewa Rybska (sünd. 1958), Artur Grabowski ja Pawel Kwasniewski (sünd. 1963) performance'ite esitlus. Korraldaja Gert Hatsukov

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

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    2003-01-01

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

  15. 22. IX avati Vene galeriis näitus "Women without men"

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    2005-01-01

    II maailmasõjale ja selle lõppemise 60. aastapäevale pühendatud näituse kuraatorid on Masha Melnikova ja Bogdan Mamonov. Eksponeeritud Vladimir Kuprijanovi fotod, Kirill Mamonovi freskod, Vitali Pushnitski ja B. Mamonovi maalid, V. Pushnitski, Kirill Shuvalovi ja Natalja Pershina-Jakimanskaja (Glükli) installatsioonid, fragment Sergei Eisenshteini filmist "Aleksander Nevski"

  16. Galeriiühendus Eesti Panga kvartalisse = Connecting Gallery to the Bank of Estonia Block

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    2003-01-01

    2003. a. veebruaris toimunud kutsutud arhitektuurikonkursi, mille eesmärgiks oli parandada Eesti Panga kvartali funktsionaalsust Estonia puiestee ja Sakala tänava poolsete osade vahel, töö. Projekterija: AB Urban Mark OÜ. Autorid: Ülar Mark, Kaja Pae. Konstruktsioonid: Inseneribüroo Peipman OÜ

  17. 2. VIII avati Y-galerii hoovis ja ka mujal Tartus...

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    2005-01-01

    "PostsovkhoZ 5" satelliitnäitus "Unfurled/Lahtirullitud : avalik lipunäitus". Kuraator Marisa Jahn (USA). Osalejad loetletud (Eestist Sirja Liisa Vahtra). E-saalis näidatakse Max Hattleri videot "Collision/Kokkupõrge"

  18. 21. X avati EKA galeriis fotoeriala II aasta magistrantide näitus "bjectum"

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    2002-01-01

    Esinevad Katri Kaldaru ("Kas te olete rassist?"), Liina siib ("Mängukannid"), Denes Farkas, Henry Timusk (interaktiivne insatallatsioon "Autoportree-helendid"). L. Siibi "Laste album II" 4. nov.-ni Rakvere teatri fuajees

  19. Täna kell 16 avatakse EKA galeriis grupinäitus "Kiht"

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    2004-01-01

    Osalevad ajavahemikus 1996-2004 EKA lõpetanud skulptorid Leena Kuutma, Lea Armväärt, Kirke Kangro, Isabel Aaso, Iris Jurma, Eneken Maripuu, Marju Vaher, Kristiina Järvelaid, Heigo Eeriksoo ja Malle Remmel

  20. Eesti vanima oksjonimaja Hausi galerii 14. kunstioksjonil on 41 tööd

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    2004-01-01

    Enampakkumisel on Oskar Hoffmanni, Eduard Gebhardti, Gregor Bochmanni, Eduard Wiiralti (joonistus "Oopiumi uimas"), Konrad Mäe ("Capri vaade", 1922-1923), Ado Vabbe, Eerik Haameri, Elmar Kitse, Roman Nymani, Richard Uutmaa, Edgar Valteri, Evald Okase, Andres Toltsi jt. tööd. Näitus on avatud kuni 22. IV

  1. 26. V avatakse kunstiakadeemia galeriis näitus "BAP vs. CAPO"

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    2003-01-01

    Näitusel alapealkirjaga "Kujutav kunst versus kujuteldamatu" näeb maale, graafikat, fotosid, propagandaplakateid, taustaks rahustav muusika (BAP). Osaleb grafitikunstnike rühmitus CAPO, plakatimeister KORK, minimalist Samot Mint

  2. 22. IX avati Draakoni galeriis maalinäitus "Hürsi koolkond"

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    2003-01-01

    2002. a. loodud Hürsi koolkonda kuuluvad Katrin Moora, Maris Tuuling, Peeter Grossman, Alo Aarsalu, Allan Gulli, Eva-Liisa Kriis, Kati Erme, Margus Meinart, Evi Gailit. Rühmituse liikmed on õppinud Konrad Mäe nimelises maalistuudios. Näituse audiotausta autor Tanel Paliale

  3. 19. IV avati EKA galeriis Tartu noore maali näitus "9 elu"

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    2004-01-01

    Autorid Jaan-Jürgen Klaus, Margus Liivak, Kaie Luik, Eda Lõhmus, Rauno Th. Moss, Maris Palgi, Jane Remm, Hando Tamm ja Ode Taul on Tartu Ülikooli maaliosakonna 2000-2003 lõpetanud või 2004 lõpetavad noored kunstnikud. 20. IV seminaril "Üle ja ümber Tartu noore maali" esinesid Anu Allas, Rauno Th. Moss, Evelyn Müürsepp

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

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    2003-01-01

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

  5. 22. IX avati Vene galeriis näitus "Women without men"

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    2005-01-01

    II maailmasõjale ja selle lõppemise 60. aastapäevale pühendatud näituse kuraatorid on Masha Melnikova ja Bogdan Mamonov. Eksponeeritud Vladimir Kuprijanovi fotod, Kirill Mamonovi freskod, Vitali Pushnitski ja B. Mamonovi maalid, V. Pushnitski, Kirill Shuvalovi ja Natalja Pershina-Jakimanskaja (Glükli) installatsioonid, fragment Sergei Eisenshteini filmist "Aleksander Nevski"

  6. 1. VII avati Rael Arteli galerii kaks väljapanekut

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    2004-01-01

    Fotogaleriis on väljas Andreas W kureeritud "Puudumise kohalolu", mis koosneb Tartu Kõrgema Kunstikooli fotograafia üliõpilaste Madis Katzi, Taavi Piibemanni, Riho Peikeri, Alan Proosa ja Kaisa Eiche ning Toomas Kalve ja Alan Rossi töödest. Audiogaleriis eksponeerib oma helindeid Taavi Tulev

  7. 20. VI avatakse EKA galeriis rahvusvaheline fotonäitus "Fragile Distance"

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    2003-01-01

    Kuraatorid David Bate, Eve Kiiler. Osalevad Londonis elavad ja töötavad fotograafid Denny Robson, Adam Green, Michelle Atherton (Inglismaa), Eva Riegler (Austria), Andreas Hablutzel (Šveits), Angeliki Douveri, Stella Baraklianou (Kreeka), Simona Dell'Agli (Itaalia)

  8. "Tartu Athena" tarib viimase hetke majja kunsti / Aigi Viira

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    Viira, Aigi

    1999-01-01

    Kunstiprojekt ("Vana Athena" muudeti "Vanaks Anatoomikumiks") Tartu Vanas Anatoomikumis. Kuraator Paul Rodgers. Osalejad Inglismaalt, Soomest, Saksamaalt, Leedust, Rumeeniast, Venemaalt, Šveitsist, Eestist

  9. Kuni 13. III saab Y-galeriis vaadata EKA avatud akadeemia näitust "Lavastused ja interpretatsioonid"

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    2005-01-01

    Stseenid modellidega on lavastanud Tiina Tammetalu, maalinud-interpreteerinud üliõpilased Ulvi Kuldkepp, Margit Maksing, Liis-Theresia Ulman, (Margus) Soho Fond, Ian Oja, Alissa Didõk-Riikjärv ja Monika Sorokina. Väljapaneku on kujundanud T. Tammetalu ja U. Kuldkepp. Projekt "Happy" on T. Tammetalu kureeritav näitusesari, mis tutvustab tema juhendamisel tehtud üliõpilaste töid

  10. Homme kell 19 algab EKA galeriis Norra eri väljapanek "(A guide to) constructing the universe"

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    2005-01-01

    Kuraatoriduo Rakett koosseisus Karolin Tampere ja Ase Lovgren norra noorema kunsti ja muusikaga.12. III toimuva norra video- ja performance'i-õhtu esinejad loetletud, vt. ka lk. 24. Projekti II osa 19. märtsil Ku-Ku klubis (bändid ja dj-d)

  11. Heino Mülleri metalli-show Vaal galeriis = Heino Müller's metal show at Vaal gallery / Eha Komissarov

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    Komissarov, Eha, 1947-

    2013-01-01

    Metallikunstnik Heino Mülleri 65. juubelile pühendatud ülevaatenäitusest. H. Mülleri sisekujundustöödest saab ülevaate T. Kohvi fotode abil, sepa tulist tööd ääsi taga näeb Anu Juuraku video vahendusel

  12. Heino Mülleri metalli-show Vaal galeriis = Heino Müller's metal show at Vaal gallery / Eha Komissarov

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    Komissarov, Eha, 1947-

    2013-01-01

    Metallikunstnik Heino Mülleri 65. juubelile pühendatud ülevaatenäitusest. H. Mülleri sisekujundustöödest saab ülevaate T. Kohvi fotode abil, sepa tulist tööd ääsi taga näeb Anu Juuraku video vahendusel

  13. Hobusepea ja Rael Arteli galerii osalesid möödunud nädalavahetusel... / Elin Kard ; interv. Reet Varblane

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    Kard, Elin

    2008-01-01

    Galeriid osalesid Berliini Kunstiakadeemias IGBK (Internationale Gesellschaft der Bildenden Künste ehk Visuaalkunsti Rahvusvahelise Ühingu) korraldatud non-profit projektis "Art Swap Europe/Euroopa kunstivahetus". Projekti eesmärgist, mida see andis Hobusepea galeriile ja annab kunstnikele

  14. 1. IV avati Tallinna Kunstihoone galeriis šoti videokunstinäitus "Nähtamatud väljad"

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    2004-01-01

    Kuraatorid Sarah Felton ja Su Grierson, osalevad kunstnikud Victoria Clare Bernie, Samantha Clark, Maria Doyle, S. Felton, S. Grierson, Belinda Guidi, Anne Bjerge Hansen, Metacorpus, Jane McInally, Rosalind Nashashibi, Susannah Silver ja Susan Sloan

  15. 19. IV avati Y-galeriis Andreas W kureeritud näitus "Puudumise kohalolu : the presence of absence"

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    2005-01-01

    Osalevad kunstnikud Kaisa Eiche, Toomas Kalve, Alan Proosa, Maari Ross, Riho Peiker, Anna Hints, Siim Vahur, Katz, Alan Ross, Jaan Sokk, Andreas W, Taavi Piibemann ja Kalev Vapper on Tartu Kõrgemast Kunstikoolist või sellega seotud

  16. 1. IV avati Tallinna Kunstihoone galeriis šoti videokunstinäitus "Nähtamatud väljad"

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    2004-01-01

    Kuraatorid Sarah Felton ja Su Grierson, osalevad kunstnikud Victoria Clare Bernie, Samantha Clark, Maria Doyle, S. Felton, S. Grierson, Belinda Guidi, Anne Bjerge Hansen, Metacorpus, Jane McInally, Rosalind Nashashibi, Susannah Silver ja Susan Sloan

  17. Hobusepea ja Rael Arteli galerii osalesid möödunud nädalavahetusel... / Elin Kard ; interv. Reet Varblane

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    Kard, Elin

    2008-01-01

    Galeriid osalesid Berliini Kunstiakadeemias IGBK (Internationale Gesellschaft der Bildenden Künste ehk Visuaalkunsti Rahvusvahelise Ühingu) korraldatud non-profit projektis "Art Swap Europe/Euroopa kunstivahetus". Projekti eesmärgist, mida see andis Hobusepea galeriile ja annab kunstnikele

  18. 30. VI avati Pärnus Lõuna tänav 20 hoovis taas Rael Arteri galerii

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    2005-01-01

    Hooaeg avatakse graafilise disaineri Jaan Evarti väljapanekuga "Erinevad esitajad" ja sloveenia meediakunstniku Teo Spilleri kontseptsiooniaktsiooniga. Avamispidustuste helid ja rütmid: Aivar Tõnso

  19. Homme kell 19 algab EKA galeriis Norra eri väljapanek "(A guide to) constructing the universe"

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    2005-01-01

    Kuraatoriduo Rakett koosseisus Karolin Tampere ja Ase Lovgren norra noorema kunsti ja muusikaga.12. III toimuva norra video- ja performance'i-õhtu esinejad loetletud, vt. ka lk. 24. Projekti II osa 19. märtsil Ku-Ku klubis (bändid ja dj-d)

  20. 28. VI avas A-galerii Hobusepea tänava keskel uue näitusepinna...

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    2005-01-01

    Avanäitus "Hämarus" on Eesti Kunstiakadeemia ja Firenze Kaasaegse Ehtekooli Alchimia koostööprojekt, kus osalevad noored graafikud ja ehtekunstnikud, tänavused ja varasemad lõpetajad. Näituse on koostanud Manfred Bischoff ja Kadri Mälk, 31 osalejat loetletud. Avamisel esitleti kataloogi

  1. Notes on New Number / Martin Rünk

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    Rünk, Martin, 1982-

    2016-01-01

    Kunstiprojekt-ajakiri Uus Number! on kogumik, mis sisaldab kultuuri- ja kunstiekspertide sissevaateid kultuuri ja kunsti kommunikatsiooni, on järg 2014. a. avaldatud kunstiprojekt-ajakirjale Uus Materjal. Väljaandja MTÜ Uus Materjal kolleegium - Madli Ehasalu, Marten Esko, Viktor Gurov, Eva-Erle Lilleaed, Evelyn Raudsepp, Brigita Reinert, Eda Tuulberg

  2. Notes on New Number / Martin Rünk

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    Rünk, Martin, 1982-

    2016-01-01

    Kunstiprojekt-ajakiri Uus Number! on kogumik, mis sisaldab kultuuri- ja kunstiekspertide sissevaateid kultuuri ja kunsti kommunikatsiooni, on järg 2014. a. avaldatud kunstiprojekt-ajakirjale Uus Materjal. Väljaandja MTÜ Uus Materjal kolleegium - Madli Ehasalu, Marten Esko, Viktor Gurov, Eva-Erle Lilleaed, Evelyn Raudsepp, Brigita Reinert, Eda Tuulberg

  3. The Napa-Vacaville Follow-Through Project: Qualitative Outcomes, Related Procedures, and Implications for Practice.

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    Robbins, Pamela

    1986-01-01

    Describes a four-year Follow-Through Research Project that investigates the effects of a comprehensive staff development program, based on Madeline Hunter's Instructional Theory into Practice Model, designed to improve instruction on student engaged rates and achievement in reading and mathematics. (Author/HOD)

  4. Quality management as knowledge sharing: experiences of the Napa County Health and Human Services Agency.

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    Harrison, Lindsay

    2012-01-01

    Lacking a coordinated effort in utilizing data and tracking program outcomes, one agency developed a Quality Management (QM) division to facilitate and manage more effective data use. To support this process, the agency sought to develop a collective, agency-wide understanding and investment in improving and measuring client outcomes. Similarly, the agency also focused efforts on creating a culture of transparency and accountability, with goals of improving service, increasing agency integrity, meeting regulatory compliance, and engaging in effective risk management. Operationalizing the QM initiative involved developing procedures, systems, and guidelines that would facilitate the generation of reliable and accurate data that could be used to inform program change and decision-making. This case study describes this agency's experience in successfully creating and implementing a QM initiative aimed at engaging in greater knowledge sharing.

  5. Temporal Stability of the NDVI-LAI Relationship in a Napa Valley Vineyard

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    Johnson, L. F.

    2003-01-01

    Remotely sensed normalized difference vegetation index (NDVI) values, derived from high-resolution satellite images, were compared with ground measurements of vineyard leaf area index (LAI) periodically during the 2001 growing season. The two variables were strongly related at six ground calibration sites on each of four occasions (r squared = 0.91 to 0.98). Linear regression equations relating the two variables did not significantly differ by observation date, and a single equation accounted for 92 percent of the variance in the combined dataset. Temporal stability of the relationship opens the possibility of transforming NDVI maps to LAI in the absence of repeated ground calibration fieldwork. In order to take advantage of this circumstance, however, steps should be taken to assure temporal consistency in spectral data values comprising the NDVI.

  6. Support Services for Exceptional Students: Alameda, Contra Costa, Napa, San Joaquin, and Solano Counties.

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    Hampel, Angelica; Maloney, Patricia

    Intended for use by vocational administrators responsible for mainstreaming handicapped students into vocational education classes, the resource guide lists and describes governmental and private agencies that provide vocational programs and support services for the handicapped on a local and statewide basis in the California counties of Alameda,…

  7. Preliminary report on part of the Oat Hill quicksilver mine, Mayacmas district, Napa County, California

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    Fix, Philip Forsyth

    1955-01-01

    Oat Hill quicksilver mine, located in the Mayacmas district of northern California, and credited with having produced more than 160,000 flasks of quicksilver, was sampled cooperatively by the Buray of Mines and Geological Survey during 1944. 28 diamond drill holes totaling 8,120 feet were drilled by the Bureau of Mines in four of the six principal veins to sample virgin low-grade reserves and stope fill, and reserves in the other two veins were estimated from existing underground workings and by inferences from drill holes in nearby veins. The writer estimates a total of 10,220 flasks of quicksilver in indicated and inferred reserves totaling 320,000 tons. Indicated reserves minable under 1943 conditions are estimated at 1,960 flasks of quicksilver in 75,000 tons averaging 3.0 lbs Hg per ton. Inferred reserves minable under 1943 conditions are estimated at 4,640 flasks of quicksilver in 109,920 tons averaging about 3.2 lbs Hg per ton. Inferred reserves believed minable only under economic conditions much more favorable than even those of 1943 are estimated at 2,620 flasks of quicksilver in 135,080 tons averaging a little less than 1.5 lbs Hg per ton. About two-thirds of the indicated reserves are accessible in underground workings. All other reserves are estimated approximately without access underground. Several areas not sampled may possibly contain reserves.

  8. Conference on English and Mathematics. Proceedings (October 21-23, 1987, Napa, California).

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    Noreen, Robert, Ed.

    The Conference on English and Mathematics brought together 100 faculty members from the California Community Colleges and the California State University to address such topics as curricular standards; admission, placement, and exit testing; improvement of transition from upper- to lower-division study; and the integration of English and…

  9. Napa River Salt Marsh Restoration Project. Volume 1: Environmental Impact Statement

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    2004-06-01

    Foeniculum vulgare) can invade higher elevations of this community, especially along the bases of levees. Iceplant (Carpobrotus edulis) is one of the...sweet fennel ( Foeniculum vulgare), and prickly lettuce. Urban Urban vegetation is dominated by landscaped grasses, flowers, shrubs, and trees, both

  10. Napa River Salt Marsh Restoration Project. Volume 2: Environmental Impact Statement Comments Letters and Response

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    2004-06-01

    Sacramento splittail, San Pablo song sparrows, Point Reyes and soft bird’s beak, salt marsh harvest mice, clapper and black rails, and salt marsh...brackish and 5-12 saline waters on site are generally unsuitable for the red-legged frog (Rana aurora draytoni). The western pond turtle (Clemmys marmorata

  11. Love Difference! Kunst ja sotsiaalsed protsessid / Filippo Fabricca ; interv. Rael Artel

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    Fabricca, Filippo

    2004-01-01

    Michelangelo Pistoletto 1994. a. rajatud kaasaegse kunsti keskusest, kus uuritakse kunsti ja ühiskonna suhteid. Kunstiprojekt Love Difference 2002. aasta kevadest, eesmärk Vahemeremaade koostöövõrgustiku loomine

  12. "Happy Together" kunstihoones

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    2009-01-01

    Kagu-Euroopa, Balti- ja Põhjamaade kunstnikke ühendav kunstiprojekt "Happy Together" Tallinna Kunstihoones 29.01.-01.03. 2009. a. Kuraatorid Mika Hannula, Minna Henriksson. Eestist osalevad Villu Jaanisoo ja Kristina Norman

  13. Under the palm tree / Joanna Rajkowska

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    Rajkowska, Joanna, 1968-

    2010-01-01

    Joanna Rajkowska Poola juudikogukonda mälestav kunstiprojekt "Greetings from Jerusalem" ja videoinstallatsioon "Airways" paremäärmuslikust poolsõjaväelisest Ungari Rahvuskaardist. Ettekanne rahvusvahelisel seminaril Tallinnas 2008. a.

  14. Savibraator : audiovisual performance of clay throwing and electronic music

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    2004-01-01

    Lauri Kiluski ja Urmas Puhkani kunstiprojekt "Savibraator" (audiovisuaalne improviseering, kus muusika muutub nähtavaks savis) Rahvusvahelise elektroonilise kunsti sümpoosioni ISEA2004 üritusel klubis Bon Bon (Tallinn)

  15. ACT'99, vestlus kahes keeles / Maria Orlova

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    Orlova, Maria

    1999-01-01

    Kunstiprojekt "Art Communication Tour'99" Austrias ja Venemaal. Organiseerijad ühing MAERZ Linzis ja Kaasaegse Kunsti Keskus Moskvas. Üks kuraatoritest ئ austria kunstnik Ewald Walser. Näitustel eksponeeritust, osalejaid

  16. Love Difference! Kunst ja sotsiaalsed protsessid / Filippo Fabricca ; interv. Rael Artel

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    Fabricca, Filippo

    2004-01-01

    Michelangelo Pistoletto 1994. a. rajatud kaasaegse kunsti keskusest, kus uuritakse kunsti ja ühiskonna suhteid. Kunstiprojekt Love Difference 2002. aasta kevadest, eesmärk Vahemeremaade koostöövõrgustiku loomine

  17. "Happy Together" kunstihoones

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    2009-01-01

    Kagu-Euroopa, Balti- ja Põhjamaade kunstnikke ühendav kunstiprojekt "Happy Together" Tallinna Kunstihoones 29.01.-01.03. 2009. a. Kuraatorid Mika Hannula, Minna Henriksson. Eestist osalevad Villu Jaanisoo ja Kristina Norman

  18. Savibraator : audiovisual performance of clay throwing and electronic music

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    2004-01-01

    Lauri Kiluski ja Urmas Puhkani kunstiprojekt "Savibraator" (audiovisuaalne improviseering, kus muusika muutub nähtavaks savis) Rahvusvahelise elektroonilise kunsti sümpoosioni ISEA2004 üritusel klubis Bon Bon (Tallinn)

  19. Raznotsvetnõje korovõ v Prage

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    2004-01-01

    Kunstiprojekt "CowParade" Prahas. Rahvusvaheline kunstiseltskond maalib lehmamulaazhe. Projekt sai alguse 1998. a. Zürichis, kus kunstnik Pascal Knapp maalis lehmakujusid. Kauneimaks tunnistati Aleksandra Shmolikova töö

  20. Under the palm tree / Joanna Rajkowska

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    Rajkowska, Joanna, 1968-

    2010-01-01

    Joanna Rajkowska Poola juudikogukonda mälestav kunstiprojekt "Greetings from Jerusalem" ja videoinstallatsioon "Airways" paremäärmuslikust poolsõjaväelisest Ungari Rahvuskaardist. Ettekanne rahvusvahelisel seminaril Tallinnas 2008. a.

  1. Veri, glamuur ja jänesed kirstus / Ave Randviir

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    Randviir, Ave, 1981-

    2006-01-01

    Näitus "Leave like a Lady" Draakoni galeriis, autorid Sandra Jõgeva & Kristin Kalamees, "Paradiis" Hobusepea galeriis, autor Marianne Männi ja "Väikeloomade surnuaed" HOP galeriis, autorid Ester Faiman ja Argo Männik

  2. 15.-27. II on Y-galeriis väljas sünnitajatele ja sündijatele mõeldud kunst

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    2005-01-01

    Projekt "Sündida ilusasse ruumi" sündis nelja Tartu kunstniku (Margus Rump, Anni Irs, Mariina Tiidor, Erle Kaur), Tartu Ülikooli naistekliiniku ja Tartu linnavalitsuse kultuuriosakonna koostööna. Kunstnikud on maalinud 36 maali, mis hakkavad kaunistama naistekliiniku palateid ja sünnitustuba. Kuraator Ilona Priimägi

  3. 7. X avati Tartu Y-galeriis rühmituse Ruum 312A järjekordne näitus

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    2004-01-01

    Vaadata on Viivi Aaviku, Jaan Elkeni, Kreg A-Kristringu, Agur Kruusingu, Urve Küttneri, Leonhard Lapini, Tiiu Pallo-Vaigu, Mari Roosvalti, Kaarel Vulla, Hannes Starkopfi ja Vergo Verniku maale, graafikat, digifotot, skulptuuri ja objektkunsti

  4. 14. X avati graafikatriennaali noortenäituse [tingimisi olemas][tingimisi olematu] neljas ehk viimane alanäitus Viljandis Kilpkonna galeriis

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    2001-01-01

    Kuraator Rael Artel. Väljas on Laura Kallasvee "I love labels", Maiu Kurvitsa kontseptuaalne projekt "Odav jutt", Peeter Lauritsa "Paabeli torn" (1991), tundmatu kunstniku tekstiilist käsitöötoode.

  5. Kuni 24. XII on Y-galerii P- ja T-saalis vaadata näitus "Võõras mure"...

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    2005-01-01

    Näitusel "Võõras mure" on väljas EKA avatud akadeemia lõpetanud kunstnike Anniki Kari, Ellen-Reet Türi ja Ulvi Kuldkepi maalid. A- ja E-saalis avatud Lauri Pajose näitusel "Tonal" näeb suuremõõtmelisi sürreaalabstraktseid maale

  6. American Canyon Sanitary Landfill Operation Regulatory Permit Application, Napa County, California, Public Notice 9297-29R.

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    1982-03-01

    of an excessive ultimate estuary load. 9. In essence Alternative #2R may be considered "conditioned" in that it incorporates the proposed project as...average daily trips (ADT). Eucalyptus Drive, the main access road to the site, is currently at 15 percent of this capacity. The most likely point of

  7. A 30m crew boat modeling based on NAPA%基于NAPA的30m交通艇建模

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    刘可峰; 谢云平

    2007-01-01

    在软件NAPA中进行船体建模需要做很多工作,本文使用编程工具VB6.0,设计了NAPA型值建模程序,利用该程序对30m交通艇进行了NAPA型值建模.结果表明,大大提高了在NAPA软件中型值建模的工作效率.

  8. Scaling of Student Self-Report Instruments. A Report Submitted to the Prevention Branch of NIDA. The NAPA Project.

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    Moskowitz, Joel M.; And Others

    The scaling procedures and the results obtained upon applying such procedures to the student self-report data collected in 1978-1979 are outlined in this report. The first section of the paper describes the two general scaling procedures: oblique multiple groups confirmatory factor analysis and Guttman scale analysis. The second section covers the…

  9. 2010 Northern San Francisco Bay Area Lidar: Portions of Alameda, Contra Costa, Marin, Napa, San Francisco, Solano, and Sonoma Counties

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    National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, Department of Commerce — This Light Detection and Ranging (LiDAR) dataset is a survey of northern San Francisco Bay, California. The project area consists of approximately 437 square miles...

  10. An Introduction to the Part-time Teaching Situation with Particular Emphasis on Its Impact at Napa Community College.

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    Marsh, John P., Ed.; Lamb, Terry, Ed.

    Part-time instructors constitute a growing proportion of community college instructors. They receive no fringe benefits or office space, they are not assigned to faculty committees, and they sign quarter-to-quarter contracts which contain no stipulation of job security, even for the quarter contracted. There are three reasons for hiring part-time…

  11. Developing Research Structures and Research Capacity: The Swedish National Postgraduate School in Educational Work (NaPA)

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    Arreman, Inger Erixon; Erixon, Per-Olof

    2008-01-01

    This article focuses on the emergence and development of new research structures and research capacity within Swedish teacher education at the beginning of the new millennium. Since 2001, it has been possible in Sweden to undertake postgraduate and research studies within teacher education--something that was previously impossible. As a result of…

  12. Density functional theory study of model complexes for the revised nitrate reductase active site in Desulfovibrio desulfuricans NapA.

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    Hofmann, Matthias

    2009-09-01

    [Mo(SSCH3)(S2C2(CH3)2)2](x) complexes with charges x between -3 and +3 were investigated by density functional theory computations as minimal nitrate reductase active-site models. The strongly reduced species (x = -2, -3) exist preferentially as pentacoordinate sulfo complexes separated from a thiolate anion. The oxidized extremes (x > 0) clearly prefer hexacoordinate complexes with an eta(2)-MeSS ligand. Among the neutral and especially for the singly negatively charged species structures with eta(2)-MeSS and eta(1)-MeSS ligands are energetically close to the sulfo methyl sulfide complex without SS bonding. For x = -1 the three isomers lie in a 1.5 kcal mol(-1) energy range. Putative mechanistic pathways for nitrate reduction from the literature were investigated computationally: (1) reduction at a pentacoordinate sulfo complex, (2) reduction at the ligand, and (3) reduction at the molybdenum center with an R-S-S ligand. All three pathways could be traced at least for some overall charges but no definite conclusion can be drawn about the mechanism. Complexes with larger dithiolato ligands were also computed in order to model the tricyclic metallopterin framework more accurately: the first heterocyclus (5,6-dihydro-2H-pyran) stabilizes the nitrate complex and the molybdenum oxo product complex by approximately 10 kcal mol(-1) and also reduces the activation barrier (by approximately 5 kcal mol(-1)). The effect of the second (1,2,3,4-tetrahydropyrazin) and third heterocyclus (2-amino-3H-pyrimidin-4-one) on the relative energies is relatively small. For bigger models derived from an experimental protein structure, nitrate reduction at a persulfo molybdenum(IV) complex fragment (mechanism 3) is clearly favored over the oxidation of a molybdenum-bound sulfur atom (mechanism 2). Mechanism 1 could not be investigated for the big models but seems the least favorable on the basis of the results from smaller models.

  13. 基于NAPA的型线变换研究%Research on Transformation of Ship Shape Lines by Using NAPA

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    周煜; 张伟平; 柳慧波

    2011-01-01

    NAPA作为一款开发成熟的船舶设计软件,在初步设计和详细设计方面有着相当强大的功能.型线变换又是船舶设计过程中一个必不可少的环节,对船舶性能起着举足轻重的影响.该文对NAPA的型线变换模块进行了分析,针对作者对NAPA的理解,结合例子给出了直观的介绍.

  14. 2010 Northern San Francisco Bay Area Lidar: Portions of Alameda, Contra Costa, Marin, Napa, San Francisco, Solano, and Sonoma Counties

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    National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, Department of Commerce — This Light Detection and Ranging (LiDAR) dataset is a survey of northern San Francisco Bay, California. The project area consists of approximately 437 square miles...

  15. Perbandingan Pengaruh Minuman Beroksigen dengan Minuman Air Biasa terhadap Nilai VEP1, KVP, dan Frekuensi Napas pada Latihan Fisik

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    Sari, Fitrah

    2012-01-01

    In recent years, oxygenated water has been marketed with claims that it has a variety of benefits that make body more healthy because it contains seven to ten times higher amount of oxygen than plain drinking water. One of those claimed benefits is enhancing exercise endurance. This study aims to investigate the benefits of oxygenated drinking water compared to plain drinking water on the respiratory system by evaluating the values of FEV1 (Forced Expiratory Volume in 1 second), FVC (Force...

  16. Onboard—NAPA:为船舶运行的安全与经济服务

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    JanSchauman; SaaraPalm; NiBo

    2003-01-01

    The Onboard-NAPA system is a worldwide renowned loading computer system being developed and marketed by Onboard-Napa Oy (Ltd), a subsidiary of Napa Oy (Ltd). This paper briefly describes what the Onboard-NAPA is, what benefits the ship operators as well as the ship-owners, and looks into the main development issues of Onboard-NAPA, including the Onboard-NAPA power.

  17. Register / Andri Ksenofontov

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    Ksenofontov, Andri, 1962-

    2007-01-01

    Näitused: Eesti Kujundusgraafikute Liidu aastanäitus "Register 2007" Kunstihoone galeriis, Signe Kivi "Võimuvaibad ja vaimukleidid" Arhitektuuri- ja Disainigaleriis, "Kehaturg / Sex market" (Dagmar Kase, Eveli Variku tööd) Tallinna Kunstihoones, Andrei Maksimjuki "Surematu klassika" Ühispanga galeriis, Katrin Veegeni "Varsti" A-galeriis, Eda Lõhmuse "Ülespoole" ja Rein Kelpmani "Grosso modo" ArtDepoo Galeriis, Jaan Elkeni "Valge valgus" Galeriis 008, Paul Rodgersi "Transplants" Hobusepea galeriis, Masayo Ave "Haptic Interface Design" Arhitektuuri- ja Disainigaleriis ja workshop Eesti Kunstiakadeemias

  18. Register / Andri Ksenofontov

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    Ksenofontov, Andri, 1962-

    2007-01-01

    Näitused: Eesti Kujundusgraafikute Liidu aastanäitus "Register 2007" Kunstihoone galeriis, Signe Kivi "Võimuvaibad ja vaimukleidid" Arhitektuuri- ja Disainigaleriis, "Kehaturg / Sex market" (Dagmar Kase, Eveli Variku tööd) Tallinna Kunstihoones, Andrei Maksimjuki "Surematu klassika" Ühispanga galeriis, Katrin Veegeni "Varsti" A-galeriis, Eda Lõhmuse "Ülespoole" ja Rein Kelpmani "Grosso modo" ArtDepoo Galeriis, Jaan Elkeni "Valge valgus" Galeriis 008, Paul Rodgersi "Transplants" Hobusepea galeriis, Masayo Ave "Haptic Interface Design" Arhitektuuri- ja Disainigaleriis ja workshop Eesti Kunstiakadeemias

  19. Inimene on piiritu : Doris Kareva ja Guntars Godinshi vestlus Legendi galeriis 17. märtsil / Guntars Godinsh, Doris Kareva ; üles tähendanud Berit Selberg, Doris Kareva

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    Godiņš, Guntars, 1958-

    1999-01-01

    G. Godinsh Artur Alliksaare, Hando Runneli, Paul-Eerik Rummo ja Doris Kareva luule läti keelde tõlkimisest (kogud ilmusid kirj. Minerva, Riia, 1998). G. Godins'i luuletused: Saar. Vallutajad ; "Mitte midagi ju ei saa..." : pühendatud Kurt Fridriksonile

  20. Inimene on piiritu : Doris Kareva ja Guntars Godinshi vestlus Legendi galeriis 17. märtsil / Guntars Godinsh, Doris Kareva ; üles tähendanud Berit Selberg, Doris Kareva

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    Godiņš, Guntars, 1958-

    1999-01-01

    G. Godinsh Artur Alliksaare, Hando Runneli, Paul-Eerik Rummo ja Doris Kareva luule läti keelde tõlkimisest (kogud ilmusid kirj. Minerva, Riia, 1998). G. Godins'i luuletused: Saar. Vallutajad ; "Mitte midagi ju ei saa..." : pühendatud Kurt Fridriksonile

  1. Kaks eesti tippgraafikut korraga / Ants Juske

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    Juske, Ants, 1956-

    2009-01-01

    Herald Eelma joonistuste näitus "Muutumised" Tallinnas Vabaduse Galeriis 24. juunini. Benjamin Vassermani digitaaltrükkide näitus "Diagnoositud tagasitulek" Tallinna Kunstihoone galeriis 21. juunini

  2. Ettepanek rollide ümbermõtestamiseks = Proposal for a rethinking of the roles / Jan Kaila, Japo Knuutila, Aliina Astrova

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    Kaila, Jan

    2013-01-01

    Paul Kuimeti ja Mika Rikala ühisnäitusest "Clouds and Waves" Hobusepea galeriis. Aliina Astrova kuraatoriettekanne Paul Kuimeti ja Laura Tootsi ühisnäitusel "Not Necessarily So" Temnikova & Kasela galeriis

  3. Blagotvoritelnõi auktsion v podderzhku obshtshestva Pallas

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    2008-01-01

    Kunstiühingu "Pallas" toetuseks toimub 2. oktoobril Tartus "Werneri" kohvikus Vaal galerii korraldatud heategevuslik kunstioksjon. Loetletud enampakkumisele tulevate teoste autoreid. Näitus Vaal galeriis on avatud 29. septembrist 2. oktoobrini

  4. Eesti Kunstnike Liidu III aastanäitus toimub...

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    2002-01-01

    "Sõltuvussõltumatus" Tallinna Kunstihoones 3. X-3. XI (kuraatorid Jaan Toomik, Paul Rodgers), "Uus ilus elu" Vaal-galeriis 1.-19. X (kuraator Eve Kiiler), "Handsfree" G-galeriis 3. X-3. XI (kuraator Erki Kasemets)

  5. Asambljazh v "Iskusstve"

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    2006-01-01

    Vene saatkonna galeriis Tallinnas näitab töid oma kaasaegse kunsti kogust Moskva galerii Artgentum - fotograafia, maalikunst, graafika ja assamblaaž. Näituse avamisel esitles Artgentumi direktor Leonid Lerner Moskva kunstiajakirja "Iskusstvo"

  6. Holger Loodus ja maalikunst = Holger Loodus and painting / Indrek Grigor

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    Grigor, Indrek, 1981-

    2016-01-01

    Holger Looduse isiknäitus "Urlaub" Vaal galeriis Tallinnas. Galeriis on viis õlimaali, kolm töödeldud fotot, üks tehniline installatsioon ja üks videoinstallatsioon. Keskne teema - puhkus ja reisimine

  7. Ettepanek rollide ümbermõtestamiseks = Proposal for a rethinking of the roles / Jan Kaila, Japo Knuutila, Aliina Astrova

    Index Scriptorium Estoniae

    Kaila, Jan

    2013-01-01

    Paul Kuimeti ja Mika Rikala ühisnäitusest "Clouds and Waves" Hobusepea galeriis. Aliina Astrova kuraatoriettekanne Paul Kuimeti ja Laura Tootsi ühisnäitusel "Not Necessarily So" Temnikova & Kasela galeriis

  8. Kunstivested pardliga / Andri Ksenofontov

    Index Scriptorium Estoniae

    Ksenofontov, Andri, 1962-

    2008-01-01

    Jaan Elkeni ja Tiit Trummali näitus "Ülelend" Deco galeriis kuni 18. X, Ilmar Kruusamäe näitus Vaal-galeriis 11.-27. IX, Katrin Rüütli ja Herlet Elvisto näitus Vaal-galeriis kuni 21. X, Juta Kübarsepa fotod Vabaduse galeriis 18. IX-8. X, Juss Piho maalid "Õhkkond" Tam Galeriis kuni 30. X, Paul Alliku näitus "Minu idüll" ArtDepoos kuni 11. X, näitus "Eesti erootiline kunst" väliseestlase Henn Kochi kogust Haus galeriis 16. IX-6. X, Uno Roosvalti näitus "Oletus-tuletus" Haus galeriis kuni 31. X, Mari Roosvalti näitus "Situatsioon" SEBi galeriis kuni 17. X

  9. Dialog hudozhnika s materialom / Galina Balashova

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    Balashova, Galina

    2006-01-01

    Tallinna rakenduskunsti triennaalil "Kaks lähedast" osalejatest ning eksponeeritud töödest. Triennaali erikülalisest Wendy Ramshaw'st ja tema juveelikompositsioonidest. Triennaal toimub Eesti Tarbekunsti- ja Disainimuuseumis, A-galeriis ja Draakoni galeriis

  10. Näitused / Mari Sobolev

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    Sobolev, Mari, 1968-

    1998-01-01

    Vaal-galerii: Peeter Laurits "Taeva Atlas" (gigitaaltehnoloogias kollaazhid); Sammas-galerii: "Maailma nägu"; Tartu Kunstimaja: "Viljandi kunstipäevad Tartus"; Estonia Talveaed: Mall Mets&Erika Pedak "Due Canzoni" (vaibakunst).

  11. Asambljazh v "Iskusstve"

    Index Scriptorium Estoniae

    2006-01-01

    Vene saatkonna galeriis Tallinnas näitab töid oma kaasaegse kunsti kogust Moskva galerii Artgentum - fotograafia, maalikunst, graafika ja assamblaaž. Näituse avamisel esitles Artgentumi direktor Leonid Lerner Moskva kunstiajakirja "Iskusstvo"

  12. Andres Tolts 60 : omanäoliste vaikelude imeline maailm / Andres Tolts ; intervjueerinud Tiina Kolk ; kommenteerinud Jaan Elken

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    Tolts, Andres, 1949-2014

    2009-01-01

    Andres Toltsi näitused "Asjad" Hobusepea galeriis 12. oktoobrini, "Näitus" Tallinna Kunstihoones 25. oktoobrini, "Varane Tolts" Haus galeriis 13. novembrini. Pikemalt näitusest "Näitus", kuraator Harry Liivrand

  13. Kirev suvelõpp Tallinna galeriides / Ants Juske

    Index Scriptorium Estoniae

    Juske, Ants, 1956-

    2008-01-01

    Lola Liivati näitus "Kogu" Tallinna Kunstihoone galeriis ja näitus "Kulg" Viinistu kunstikeskuses. Vano Allsalu "Öine Ikaros" Vaala galeriis. Soome kunstniku Ossi Pirkoneni näitus "In the Valley" Soome Instituudis

  14. Kaks Mari Vaalas / Eha Komissarov

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    Komissarov, Eha, 1947-

    1999-01-01

    9. nov.-st galeriis 'Vaal' Mari Roosvaldi maalinäitus 'Persoon'; 10. nov.-st galerii keldrisaalis Mari Kurismaa 'Matemaatika ja metafüüsika'. Mari Roosvaldi kollaazhides on ühendatud maal ja foto.

  15. Ole tähelepanelik! / Gabriella Uhl ; tõlkinud Siiri Erm

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    Uhl, Gabriella

    2009-01-01

    Eesti graafiku Ülle Marksi ja ungari graafiku Kamilla Sziji näitus Tallinna Ungari Instituudi galeriis 22. maist 16. juunini. Ungari fotograafi Szolt Szamódy fotonäitus Deco galeriis 21.-29. maini

  16. Kak prodat "Babushku" / Maria Melnikova ; interv. Galina Balashova

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    Melnikova, Maria

    2005-01-01

    Eesti Vene saatkonna "Vene galerii" osalemisest Madridis kunstilaadal ARCO-2005. Galerii esitles Ene-Liis Semperi videofilmi "Nimetu" ja vene kunstnike Bogdan Mamonovi ning Anton Litvini töid. Semperi ja Mamonovi töödest

  17. Kas on veel noore kunsti mõistet? / Ants Juske

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    Juske, Ants, 1956-

    2009-01-01

    Eesti Kunstiakadeemia teise kursuse fototudengite grupinäitus "Futura, Future" Tallinnas Draakoni galeriis 19. detsembrini 2009. Kuraator Tanja Muravskaja. Näitus "Performanž" Hobusepea galeriis 21. detsembrini 2009. Mõistest "noor kunst"

  18. V galereje vspõhivajut zvjozdõ / A. Orshanskaja

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    Orshanskaja, A.

    1999-01-01

    Kopenhaageni galerii "Shambala" korraldatud rändnäituse "Shooting Stars - The Art Comet" avamisest Narva galeriis. Taani immigrant-kunstnikele lisaks esineb kolm eesti autorit, üks neist on Narva kunstnik Boriss Uvarov

  19. Andres Tolts 60 : omanäoliste vaikelude imeline maailm / Andres Tolts ; intervjueerinud Tiina Kolk ; kommenteerinud Jaan Elken

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    Tolts, Andres, 1949-2014

    2009-01-01

    Andres Toltsi näitused "Asjad" Hobusepea galeriis 12. oktoobrini, "Näitus" Tallinna Kunstihoones 25. oktoobrini, "Varane Tolts" Haus galeriis 13. novembrini. Pikemalt näitusest "Näitus", kuraator Harry Liivrand

  20. Aias sadas saia = A man, a plan, a canal : Panama / Indrek Grigor

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    Grigor, Indrek, 1981-

    2015-01-01

    Kunstnik Margus Tamme uus loominguline etapp 2013-2014: installatsioonid "Never odd or even" Hobusepea galeriis, "Novella" Haapsalu Linnagaleriis, "Raymond the diamond" Tartu Kunstimajas ja "Kolm esimest minutit" Tallinna Kunstihoone galeriis

  1. Aktikrokiid, erootika ja eksperimentaalklaas : galeriiring / Harry Liivrand

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    Liivrand, Harry, 1961-

    2003-01-01

    Tõnis Laanemaa ofordi ja aktijoonistuste näitus "The new planet" Tallinna Linnagaleriis, Ado Lille aktijoonistuste näitus "Poolunes" Ühispanga galeriis, Eeva Käsper-Lennuki klaasinäitus "Läte" Hobusepea galeriis

  2. Ole tähelepanelik! / Gabriella Uhl ; tõlkinud Siiri Erm

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    Uhl, Gabriella

    2009-01-01

    Eesti graafiku Ülle Marksi ja ungari graafiku Kamilla Sziji näitus Tallinna Ungari Instituudi galeriis 22. maist 16. juunini. Ungari fotograafi Szolt Szamódy fotonäitus Deco galeriis 21.-29. maini

  3. Otsige ehetes sõnumit / Britt Rosen

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    Rosen, Britt, 1968-

    1998-01-01

    A-galerii juhataja metallikunstnik Mari Pärtelpoeg ehete valikust kandmiseks, originaalehete eelistest, tänapäevaehete materjalidest. Näiteid eesti juveliiride loomingust, mis on A-galeriis müügil.

  4. Kaks eesti tippgraafikut korraga / Ants Juske

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    Juske, Ants, 1956-

    2009-01-01

    Herald Eelma joonistuste näitus "Muutumised" Tallinnas Vabaduse Galeriis 24. juunini. Benjamin Vassermani digitaaltrükkide näitus "Diagnoositud tagasitulek" Tallinna Kunstihoone galeriis 21. juunini

  5. Kaks Mari Vaalas / Eha Komissarov

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    Komissarov, Eha, 1947-

    1999-01-01

    9. nov.-st galeriis 'Vaal' Mari Roosvaldi maalinäitus 'Persoon'; 10. nov.-st galerii keldrisaalis Mari Kurismaa 'Matemaatika ja metafüüsika'. Mari Roosvaldi kollaazhides on ühendatud maal ja foto.

  6. Aias sadas saia = A man, a plan, a canal : Panama / Indrek Grigor

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    Grigor, Indrek, 1981-

    2015-01-01

    Kunstnik Margus Tamme uus loominguline etapp 2013-2014: installatsioonid "Never odd or even" Hobusepea galeriis, "Novella" Haapsalu Linnagaleriis, "Raymond the diamond" Tartu Kunstimajas ja "Kolm esimest minutit" Tallinna Kunstihoone galeriis

  7. Dialog hudozhnika s materialom / Galina Balashova

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    Balashova, Galina

    2006-01-01

    Tallinna rakenduskunsti triennaalil "Kaks lähedast" osalejatest ning eksponeeritud töödest. Triennaali erikülalisest Wendy Ramshaw'st ja tema juveelikompositsioonidest. Triennaal toimub Eesti Tarbekunsti- ja Disainimuuseumis, A-galeriis ja Draakoni galeriis

  8. Napa公司与ABS共同开发Safehull Express软件%Napa and ABS team up to develop safehull express

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    世利

    2004-01-01

    Napa公司与美国船级社依据ABS规范共同开发出Safehull Express软件,该软件主要应用于船体结构的设计与检验,而软件的各项功能则采用Napa公司的电子技术得以实现。

  9. Logs and data from trenches across the Berryessa Fault at the Jerd Creek site, northeastern Napa County, California, 2011-2012

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    Lienkaemper, James J.; Rosa, Carla M.; Cappelle, Ian J.; Wolf, Evan M.; Knepprath, Nichole E.; Piety, Lucille A.; Derouin, Sarah A.; Reidy, Liam M.; Redwine, Joanna L.; Sickler, Robert R.

    2014-01-01

    The primary purpose of this report is to provide drafted field logs of exploratory trenches excavated across the Berryessa Fault section of the northern Green Valley Fault (Lienkaemper, 2012; Lienkaemper and others, 2013) in 2011 and 2012 that show evidence for at least one surface-rupturing earthquake in the past few centuries. The site location and site detail are shown on sheet 1. The trench logs are shown on sheets 1, 2, 3 and 4. We also provide radiocarbon ages used for chronological modeling of the earthquake history and a field description of a soil profile in one trench. A formal report based on these logs and data is in preparation.

  10. Discussion On Overall Design of 150 ton Sea Surveillance Ship With NAPA%NAPA软件在船舶总体性能设计上的应用

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    秦宇

    2010-01-01

    NAPA是一款功能较为完善的船舶三维设计软件,本文通过对150 t海监执法船应用NAPA软件进行总体性能设计的介绍,分析了该软件的特点并指出了使用中应注意的某些问题,以及同其他软件的比较等.

  11. CURRICULAR NEEDS OF NORTH BAY SCHOOLS, A STUDY OF OPINIONS CONCERNING CURRICULAR NEEDS IN THE NORTH BAY COUNTIES OF MARIN, NAPA, SONOMA AND SOLANO.

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    KASE, DONALD

    THE OBJECTIVES OF THE PROJECT WERE TO IDENTIFY EDUCATIONAL AND CULTURAL NEEDS OF STUDENTS AND TO ESTABLISH PRIORITIES AMONG THESE NEEDS. IN AUGUST 1966, QUESTIONNAIRES RETURNED BY 90 SCHOOL ADMINISTRATORS IDENTIFIED FIVE BROAD AREAS OF IMPORTANT STUDENT NEEDS. THE TWO MOST OFTEN MENTIONED, CURRICULUM METHODS AND CURRICULUM CONTENT, WERE STUDIED.…

  12. Geology, tephrochronology, radiometric ages, and cross sections of the Mark West Springs 7.5 degree quadrangle, Sonoma and Napa counties, California

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    McLaughlin, R.J.; Sarna-Wojicki, A. M.; Fleck, R.J.; Wright, W.H.; Levin, V.R.G.; Valin, Z.C.

    2004-01-01

    This geologic map database and cross sections presents new geologic mapping by the authors in addition to new radiometric ages and tephrochronology of volcanic rock units. The map database depicts the general distribution of bedrock and surficial deposits in the mapped area and provides a context for interpreting the evolution of active faults in the region. Together with the accompanying PDF file (SIM2858-pamphlet.pdf), it provides current information on the geologic structure and stratigraphy of the area covered. The database delineates map units that are identified by general age and lithology following the stratigraphic nomenclature of the U.S. Geological Survey. The scale of the source maps limits the spatial resolution (scale) of the database to 1:24,000 or smaller.

  13. Mercury at the Oat Hill Extension Mine and James Creek, Napa County, California: Tailings, Sediment, Water, and Biota, 2003-2004

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    Slowey, Aaron J.; Rytuba, James J.; Hothem, Roger L.; May, Jason T.

    2007-01-01

    Executive Summary The Oat Hill Extension (OHE) Mine is one of several mercury mines located in the James Creek/Pope Creek watershed that produced mercury from the 1870's until 1944 (U.S. Bureau of Mines, 1965). The OHE Mine developed veins and mineralized fault zones hosted in sandstone that extended eastward from the Oat Hill Mine. Waste material from the Oat Hill Mine was reprocessed at the OHE Mine using gravity separation methods to obtain cinnabar concentrates that were processed in a retort. The U.S. Bureau of Land Management requested that the U.S. Geological Survey measure and characterize mercury and other chemical constituents that are potentially relevant to ecological impairment of biota in tailings, sediment, and water at the OHE Mine and in the tributaries of James Creek that drain the mine area (termed Drainage A and B) (Figs. 1 and 2). This report summarizes such data obtained from sampling of tailings and sediments at the OHE on October 17, 2003; water, sediment, and biota from James Creek on May 20, 2004; and biota on October 29, 2004. These data are interpreted to provide a preliminary assessment of the potential ecological impact of the mine on the James Creek watershed. The mine tailings are unusual in that they have not been roasted and contain relatively high concentrations of mercury (400 to 1200 ppm) compared to unroasted waste rock at other mines. These tailings have contaminated a tributary to James Creek with mercury primarily by erosion, on the basis of higher concentration of mercury (780 ng/L) measured in unfiltered (total mercury, HgT) spring water flowing from the OHE to James Creek compared to 5 to 14 ng/L HgT measured in James Creek itself. Tailing piles (presumably from past Oat Hill mine dumping) near the USBLM property boundary and upstream of the main OHE mine drainage channel (Drainage A; Fig. 2) also likely emit mercury, on the basis of their mercury composition (930 to 1200 ppm). The OHE spring water is likely an appreciable source of sulfate and carbonate to James Creek, because the spring water was enriched in sulfate (130 mg/L) and carbonate (430 mg/L as CaCO3) compared to James Creek water (70 to 100 mg/L SO42- and 110 to 170 mg/L as CaCO3) at the time of sampling. Concentrations of mercury in active channel sediment from James Creek are variable and potentially high, on the basis of chemical analysis (2.5 to 17 _g/g-wet sediment) and easily visible cinnabar grains in panned concentrates. Average (geometric mean) organic mercury (presumably monomethyl mercury (MMHg); ?2.3.3) concentrations in several invertebrate taxa collected from the James Creek watershed locations were higher than invertebrates taken from a Northern California location lacking a known point source of mercury. The mean proportion of MMHg to total mercury in James Creek predatory insect samples was 40 percent (1 standard deviation = 30 percent); only 40 percent of all insect samples had a MMHg/HgT proportion greater than 0.5. The low proportions of MMHg measured in invertebrates in James Creek and the presence of cinnabar in the creek suggest that some invertebrates may have anomolously high Hg concentrations as a result of the injestion or adhesion of extremely fine-grained cinnabar particles. Interpretation of HgT in frogs and fish as an indicator of mercury reactivity, biouptake, or trophic transfer is limited, pending MMHg measuremens, by the possibility of these whole-body samples having contained cinnabar particles at the time of analysis. To minimize this limitation, the gastrointestinal tracts and external surfaces of all amphibians, where cinnabar most likely resides, were carefully flushed to remove any visible particles. However, extremely fine-grained, invisible, adhesive cinnabar particles likely exist in the amphibians' habitats. HgT in foothill yellow-legged frogs collected from the James Creek study area, ranging from 0.1 to 0.6 ug/g Hg, was on average twice that of an extensive

  14. NOAA Office for Coastal Management Coastal Inundation Digital Elevation Model: San Francisco Bay/Monterey (CA) WFO - Sonoma, Marin, Napa, and Solano Counties

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    National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, Department of Commerce — This digital elevation model (DEM) is a part of a series of DEMs produced for the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration Office for Coastal Management's Sea...

  15. Probabilistic Calculation of Fuel Oil Tank Protection in NAPA%概率燃油舱保护计算在NAPA中的实现

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    杨博

    2010-01-01

    介绍了NAPA中的MANAGER工具,编写了MARPOL 12A.PROB MANANGER程序用以实现NAPA对概率燃油舱保护的计算功能,极大地提高了计算的准确性和快速性.还阐述了如何在NAPA中自动拾取燃油舱与船体外板之间最小横向距离.

  16. FLOODPLAIN MAPPING SUBMISSION FOR SAN FRANCISCO BAY COASTAL STUDY FROM THE NAPA SLOUGH TO UNNAMED STREAM (WTR_LN_ID 1117), IN SOLANO COUNTY, CALIFORNIA, USA

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    Federal Emergency Management Agency, Department of Homeland Security — The Floodplain Mapping/Redelineation study deliverables depict and quantify the flood risks for the study area. The primary risk classifications used are the...

  17. Characterization of the bZip-type transcription factor NapA with reference to oxidative stress response in Aspergillus nidulans.

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    Asano, Yoshihiro; Hagiwara, Daisuke; Yamashino, Takafumi; Mizuno, Takeshi

    2007-07-01

    Microorganisms growing in natural habitats are constantly confronted with a wide variety of external stresses. Here we provide several lines of experimental evidence for the thesis that the filamentous fungus Aspergillus nidulans has a homolog of the AP-1-like bZip transcription factor, which is known to play general roles in oxidative responses in many types of yeast.

  18. Research on Integration of NAPA in Comprehensive Ship Design System%船舶综合设计软件系统中NAPA的集成研究

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    丁爱兵; 汪学锋

    2014-01-01

    为了实现主流船舶设计制造软件NAPA在船舶综合设计软件系统船舶数字化智能设计系统中的集成,作者针对NAPA软件数据接口及其二次开发工具进行了研究.论文首先对NAPA软件的数据接口和船舶数字化智能设计系统的框架进行了分析,进而利用C#语言和NAPA二次开发语言NAPABASIC混合编程调用及数据文件交互的方式,开发了在船舶数字化智能设计系统中NAPA软件的集成模块.所开发的软件模块通过应用测试的验证,已实现了目标功能,为NAPA软件的全面集成奠定了良好的基础.

  19. 万元级Santa Rosa迅驰平台笔记本电脑横向评测——现在,忘掉Napa!

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    徐昌宇; 马彤

    2007-01-01

    不知道大家有没有注意到。如果有朋友咨询中高端特别是迅驰平台笔记本电脑,我们的推荐已经几乎已经是清一色的Santa Rosa机型了。看来正如我们在今年5月下刊《第4代迅驰来了!——英特英Santa Rosa平台全国首测》专题中预测的那样,在经过了半年左右的发展之后,

  20. Parallel Implementation and Computing Efficiency Analysis for NAPA Code%NAPA软件的并行化研究和效率分析

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    金君; 梁德旺; 黄国平; 雷雨冰

    2006-01-01

    基于区域分裂思想,以MPI(Message passing interface)为消息传递库,实现了三维全粘性湍流计算软件NAPA的并行化.对NACA0012翼型、微型飞行器、高超声速进气道等流场进行了计算和分析,比较了并行和串行软件的计算结果,结果完全一致,并对比了NACA0012翼型流场的计算结果和实验值,表明NAPA软件的改进是成功的.随后对各个算例的并行效率和加速比进行了对比分析,分析了通信比例、负载平衡度以及通信模式等影响并行效率的几个重要因素.最后使用Intel cluster tools和Vtune工具对NAPA程序进行了算法和代码效率优化,发现了原代码中耗时长的几个子程序并进行了改进,通过对高超声速进气道算例的测试,计算效率提高了55.33%.

  1. The Factor of Influenc Brassica napa L. Secreting Nectar%影响甘蓝型油菜泌蜜的因素

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    王承赋

    2007-01-01

    分析了影响甘蓝型油菜泌蜜的因素为以下几个方面:栽培管理措施、土壤条件、病虫危害、气温、天气状况等,并介绍了油菜泌蜜涌应具备的长势长相,旨在对养蜂者确定放蜂目的地进行田间考察时提供参考.

  2. A large outbreak of enterohaemorrhagic Escherichia coli O157, caused by low-salt pickled Napa cabbage in nursing homes, Japan, 2012

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    Ayako Tabuchi

    2015-04-01

    Full Text Available Objective: In August 2012, an outbreak of enterohaemorrhagic Escherichia coli (EHEC O157 infection was investigated by the City of Sapporo and Hokkaido Prefectural Government. The initial notification reported an illness affecting 94 residents of 10 private nursing homes distributed across multiple areas of Hokkaido, the northernmost island of Japan; at this time three cases were confirmed as EHEC O157 infection. The objectives of the investigation were to identify the source of infection and recommend control measures to prevent further illness. Methods: A suspected case was defined as a resident of one of the private nursing homes in Hokkaido who had at least one of the following gastrointestinal symptoms: diarrhoea, bloody stool, abdominal pain or vomiting between 10 July and 10 September 2012. Cases were confirmed by the presence of Shiga toxin 1- and 2-producing EHEC O157 in stool samples of suspected cases. We conducted an epidemiological analysis and an environmental investigation. Results: We identified 54 confirmed and 53 suspected cases in 12 private nursing homes including five fatalities. Of the 107 cases, 102 (95% had consumed pickles, all of which had been manufactured at the same facility. EHEC O157 isolates from two pickle samples, 11 cases and two staff members of the processing company were indistinguishable. The company that produced the pickles used inadequate techniques to wash and sanitize the vegetables. Discussion: Contaminated pickles were the likely source of this outbreak. We recommended that the processing company improve their methods of washing and sanitizing raw vegetables. As a result of this outbreak, the sanitation requirements for processing pickles were revised.

  3. Surm kevadises Tallinnas ehk Kunstnike valuline reaktsioon meie ajale / Reet Varblane

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    Varblane, Reet, 1952-

    2006-01-01

    Mark Soosaare näitus "Aeg" Tallinna Kunstihoone galeriis kuni 23. IV, Jaan Paavle maalinäitus "1 minut" 3.-15. IV Draakoni galeriis, Sandra Jõgeva ja Kristin Kalamehe "Leave like a Lady" Draakoni galerii keldrisaalis 4.-15. IV, Marianne Männi näitus "Paradiis" Hobusepea galeriis 5.-17. IV. Maailma positiivsemale poolusele osutab 20. IV Tallinna Linnagaleriis avatud Mari ja Kaarel Kurismaa ruumiinstallatsioon "Teine süütus"

  4. Näitused / Mari Sobolev

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    Sobolev, Mari, 1968-

    1998-01-01

    Stockholmi Kultuurikeskus: "ArtGenda 98". Eestist E.-L. Semper, M. Laimre, A. Kõresaar, M. Pedanik; Deco galerii: Jüri Kask "Pinsliga ja pinslita"; Kastellaanimaja &Tammsaare muuseum: "(Meta)dialoog" (R. Varblase ideenäitus); Viru tänav: "Territoorium"; Eesti Kunstiakadeemia galerii: "Tervitus Iisrealile"; Raatuse galerii: M. Helm "Talv kevades"; Linnagalerii Tallinnas: K. Puustak "Lained"; Sammas-galerii: Elna Kaasik&Ingrid Allik "Maa vee tee".

  5. Ristmikud, staarid, šedöövrid / Margit Säde

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    Säde, Margit, 1984-

    2010-01-01

    Flo Kasearu ja Tõnis Saadoja näitus "21.05.09 ja 14.06.09" Tallinna Kunstihoone galeriis 21. märtsini. Madis Luige ja Jarmo Nageli näitus "Stiv, Superstaar" Hobusepea galeriis 25.02.-8.03. Karl Bie Erenurme ja Helga Randmaa näitus "Karnevali kuninganna" Draakoni Galeriis 22.02.-6.03. Mare Vindi ja Jaanus Samma näitus "Park" TAM Galeriis 31. märtsini

  6. Kaks uut näitust Kunstihoones

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    2004-01-01

    20. detsembrist Tallinna Kunstihoones kontseptuaalne kunstiprojekt "Expat-Art-Centre" (koostaja Mathieu Copeland, osalevad Brian Eno, Pierre Huyghe, Ben Kinmont, Claude Leveque, Didier Marcel, Olivier Mosset, Shimabuku, Dan Walsh, Ian Wilson) ning Tallinna Linnagaleriis Marko Mäetamme "Mälestusnäitus"

  7. Kaks uut näitust Kunstihoones

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    2004-01-01

    20. detsembrist Tallinna Kunstihoones kontseptuaalne kunstiprojekt "Expat-Art-Centre" (koostaja Mathieu Copeland, osalevad Brian Eno, Pierre Huyghe, Ben Kinmont, Claude Leveque, Didier Marcel, Olivier Mosset, Shimabuku, Dan Walsh, Ian Wilson) ning Tallinna Linnagaleriis Marko Mäetamme "Mälestusnäitus"

  8. Kunstnikuks pühitsemine Hype Gallery's / Margit Tõnson

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    Tõnson, Margit, 1978-

    2004-01-01

    Londonis Old Truman Brewery galeriihoones Hewlett Packardi toetusel kunstiprojekt kuni 28. veebrarini 2004, mille raames loomingulised inimesed saavad end määratleda kunstnikuna. Ainus limiteeriv kriteerium on tähtede HP olemasolu pealkirjas. Kübergaleriisse saadetud töö prinditakse ja riputatakse vana õlletehase seintele

  9. Kultuurielu ja loomemajanduse arendamine Amsterdamis : loomemajandus / Külli Hansen

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    Hansen, Külli

    2008-01-01

    Kaunid kunstid loomemajanduse osana. Filantroopia ja kultuuri toetussüsteemid. Koolitused ja nõustamine. Amsterdami linna kultuurielu prioriteedid ja visioon aastani 2015. Kunstenaars&CO toel sündinud kunstiprojekte. Eri alade inimesi liitvast võrgustikust Amsterdam Creative Exchange. Visuaalseid kunste jm. toetavast fondist Mondriaan Stichting. Broedplaatseni projektist

  10. Heiko Idensen / Heiko Idensen ; interv. Tilman Baumgärtel

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    Idensen, Heiko

    2006-01-01

    1997. a. Osnabrückis tehtud intervjuu 1956. a. Hannoveris sündinud ning elava kirjaniku ja kunstniku Heiko Idenseniga, kes korraldab alates 1980-ndate lõpust arvuti vahendusel kirjutamis- ja kunstiprojekte. H. Idensen oma kirjanduslikest eksperimentidest arvutite, Interneti ja hüpertekstiga

  11. Kultuuripealinn kutsub sel nädalal tundmatuid katuseid käima / Heidi Kukk

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    Kukk, Heidi

    2010-01-01

    Tallinn 2011 ootussarja "52 üllatust ja ideed" raames 12. ja 13. augustil toimuvast projektist "Katustele", mille eestvedajateks on Eesti Kunstiakadeemia üliõpilased Helen Melesk ja Hello Upan. Järgmisena on kavas tantsu- ja laululine performance Anneli Leinbergi juhendamisel ja Tallinna merepiiri kasutule olekule pühendatud kunstiprojekt "Bassein"

  12. Mis asi on OÜ Visible Solutions? / Indrek Grigor

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    Grigor, Indrek

    2011-01-01

    Kunstiteos-ettevõtte OÜ Visible Solutions (juhatus: Sigrid Viir, Taaniel Raudsepp, Karel Koplimets) näitus "Adam Smithi Lemmik Nähtamatu Käsi Puuris" Tartu Kunstimajas 18. dets.-ni 2011. Kunstiprojekt firmast, mille tegevuse objekt on loomemajanduse kritiseerimine, mida tehakse viimase toimeloogika kunstiväljal eksponeerimise abil

  13. Mis asi on OÜ Visible Solutions? / Indrek Grigor

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    Grigor, Indrek

    2011-01-01

    Kunstiteos-ettevõtte OÜ Visible Solutions (juhatus: Sigrid Viir, Taaniel Raudsepp, Karel Koplimets) näitus "Adam Smithi Lemmik Nähtamatu Käsi Puuris" Tartu Kunstimajas 18. dets.-ni 2011. Kunstiprojekt firmast, mille tegevuse objekt on loomemajanduse kritiseerimine, mida tehakse viimase toimeloogika kunstiväljal eksponeerimise abil

  14. Kultuuripealinn kutsub sel nädalal tundmatuid katuseid käima / Heidi Kukk

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    Kukk, Heidi

    2010-01-01

    Tallinn 2011 ootussarja "52 üllatust ja ideed" raames 12. ja 13. augustil toimuvast projektist "Katustele", mille eestvedajateks on Eesti Kunstiakadeemia üliõpilased Helen Melesk ja Hello Upan. Järgmisena on kavas tantsu- ja laululine performance Anneli Leinbergi juhendamisel ja Tallinna merepiiri kasutule olekule pühendatud kunstiprojekt "Bassein"

  15. Viib pronkssõduri Veneetsiasse / intervjueerinud Harry Liivrand

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    Norman, Kristina, 1979-

    2009-01-01

    Kristina Normani Tõnismäe pronkssõduri monumenti käsitlev kunstiprojekt valiti Eestit esindama 2009. aastal toimuvale Veneetsia biennaalile. Kunstnik räägib oma bakalaureusetööna 2003. aastal valminud filmist "Geniaalsuse väli", inspiratsiooni allikatest, suhtumisest kunstikriitikasse

  16. Kultuurielu ja loomemajanduse arendamine Amsterdamis : loomemajandus / Külli Hansen

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    Hansen, Külli

    2008-01-01

    Kaunid kunstid loomemajanduse osana. Filantroopia ja kultuuri toetussüsteemid. Koolitused ja nõustamine. Amsterdami linna kultuurielu prioriteedid ja visioon aastani 2015. Kunstenaars&CO toel sündinud kunstiprojekte. Eri alade inimesi liitvast võrgustikust Amsterdam Creative Exchange. Visuaalseid kunste jm. toetavast fondist Mondriaan Stichting. Broedplaatseni projektist

  17. Hobusepea tänava kunstinäitused

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    2010-01-01

    Eesti ja ungari ehtekunstnike näitus HOP-galeriis 17. augustini. Eksponeeritakse Fanni Kiraly, Márta Edöcs'i, Anneli Tammiku ja Kristi Paapi ehteid. Vilen Künnapu ja Mare Vindi näitus Hobusepea galeriis 9. augustini. Taani ehtekunstnike Per Suntumi ja Kaori Juzu näitus A-Galeriis 16. augustini 2010

  18. Kurja lilled, kurja kunstnikud / Teet Veispak

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    Veispak, Teet, 1955-

    2006-01-01

    Eesti Kunstnike Liidu 6. aastanäituse projekt "Kurja lilled" Hobusepea galeriis, Draakoni galeriis ja HOP galeriis, kuraator Elin Kard. Eksponeeritakse Kaido Ole, Marko Mäetamme, Jüri Ojaveri, Marco Laimre, Kaarel Eelma, Sirja-Liisa Vahtra, Jaan Paavle, Kristin Kalamehe, Liina Siibi, Merike Estna, Maksim Surini, Kadi Estlandi, Killu Sukmiti jt. töid

  19. Moskovski desant / Galina Balashova

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    Balashova, Galina

    2006-01-01

    Tallinna Vene saatkonna galerii osalemisest Madridi ja Moskva kunstilaatadel. Moskva kunstiajakirjast "Iskusstvo" ja selle esitlusest peatoimetaja Leonid Lerneri poolt Tallinna Vene saatkonna galeriis. Samas toimuvast Vene kaasaegse kunsti näitusest "Moskva ja teised". Tööd on Moskva galerii Artgentum (direktor Leonid Lerner) kogust. Lähemalt Damir Muratovi, Ruslan Vashkevitshi ja Rinata Voligamsi loomingust

  20. How to illustrate science - a lesson from the 1970s / Pille-Triin Männik

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    Männik, Pille-Triin

    2006-01-01

    Tallinna IV rakenduskunsti triennaali Pille-Riin Männiku ja Anneli Porri kureeritud satelliitnäitusest "Teadus ja tänapäev" A-galeriis, Draakoni galeriis ja Hobusepea galeriis. Suure osa näitusest moodustavad Tõnis Vindi illustratsioonid 1979. a. ilmunud Juhan Kivi raamatule "Teadus ja tänapäev". Fotod Ene Kull

  1. Tudengimaal, köited, auväärne graafika / Harry Liivrand

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    Liivrand, Harry, 1961-

    2003-01-01

    TÜ maalikunsti üliõpilaste näitus "Tartu kevad" Kastellaanimaja galeriis; Pille Kivihalli, Tiina Piisangu ja Maarja Unduski näitus "Ecce libris" Tallinna Kunstihoone galeriis; Eesti ja Taani graafikanäitus "Hjorring-Tallinn 2003" Hobusepea galeriis

  2. Moskovski desant / Galina Balashova

    Index Scriptorium Estoniae

    Balashova, Galina

    2006-01-01

    Tallinna Vene saatkonna galerii osalemisest Madridi ja Moskva kunstilaatadel. Moskva kunstiajakirjast "Iskusstvo" ja selle esitlusest peatoimetaja Leonid Lerneri poolt Tallinna Vene saatkonna galeriis. Samas toimuvast Vene kaasaegse kunsti näitusest "Moskva ja teised". Tööd on Moskva galerii Artgentum (direktor Leonid Lerner) kogust. Lähemalt Damir Muratovi, Ruslan Vashkevitshi ja Rinata Voligamsi loomingust

  3. Jalutuskäik Tallinna galeriides laupäeval, 17. XII / Juta Kivimäe

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    Kivimäe, Juta, 1952-

    2005-01-01

    Jaan Elkeni ja Anu Põdra ühisnäitus "Mina ja tema" Deco galeriis kuni 30. XII. Kristin Kalamehe näitus "Mehed" Tallinna Linnagaleriis kuni 1. I 2006. Alice Kase joonistused Hobusepea galeriis 13.-19. XII. Rita Raave näitus "Vana sein" G-galeriis kuni 31. XII

  4. Rajangu, omandireform ja inimkehad / Ellu Maar

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    Maar, Ellu

    2007-01-01

    Raul Rajangu näitus "Kuldne kodu. Muldne kodu" Vaal galeriis. Sepakunsti, ehtekunsti ning skulptuuri õppivate tudengite (juhendajad Anu Juurak, Jüri Ojaver) ja Raoul Kurvitza näitus "Luik, haug ja vähk" Kunstihoone galeriis. Eesti Maalikunstnike Liidu näitus "Keha muutumine" ArtDepo Galeriis, kuraator Ado Lill. Loetletud osavõtjaid

  5. Kolm maailma metallis / Tanel Veenre

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    Veenre, Tanel, 1977-

    2011-01-01

    Näitused Tallinnas: Maria Valdma "Võõrastemaja" Iida galeriis 31. jaan.-ni 2012, Kaie Partsi retrospektiivnäitus "Metall ja kivi" Vabaduse galeriis 6. dets.-ni 2011, Ülle Kõutsi "Vesi" A-Galeriis 5. dets.-ni 2011

  6. Raagus ehe ja härmas klaas / Tanel Veenre

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    Veenre, Tanel, 1977-

    2010-01-01

    Villu Plingi näitus "Tuhat aastat armastust" Tallinnas Iida galeriis 31. jaan.-ni 2011. Ketli Tiitsare näitus "Varred" A-Galeriis 3. jaan.-ni 2011. Klaasikunstnik Pilvi Ojamaa 80. aasta juubelit tähistav näitus "Lendstart" galeriis Hop 21. dets.-ni 2010

  7. Erudiidi maalid, hollandi salongikunst, ehted VIPidele / Harry Liivrand

    Index Scriptorium Estoniae

    Liivrand, Harry, 1961-

    2003-01-01

    Jan Kausi maalinäitus "Isiksuste kõrbes" Kastellaanimaja galeriis. Hollandi maalikunstniku Hetty van der Lindeni näitus "Dreams and Wishes..." Hobusepea galeriis. Jaan Pärna näitus "Ehted esimesele leedile" Meistrite Hoovi galeriis

  8. 5 näitust detsembrikuusse / Kristel Schwede

    Index Scriptorium Estoniae

    Schwede, Kristel, 1963-

    2016-01-01

    Näitus "Vägi ja valu. Teosed Margus Punabi kogust" Mikkeli muuseumis. Karel Koplimetsa näitus "Juhtum nr. 12. Kalamaja piirkond" Draakoni galeriis ja Hobusepea galeriis. Näitus "Veemuusika ja teisi pilte helist. Vladimir Tarasov" Kumu Kunstimuuseumis. Raul Rajangu näitus "Nõukogude öö" Kumu Kunstimuuseumis. Lola Liivati isikunäitus Vaal galeriis

  9. How to illustrate science - a lesson from the 1970s / Pille-Triin Männik

    Index Scriptorium Estoniae

    Männik, Pille-Triin

    2006-01-01

    Tallinna IV rakenduskunsti triennaali Pille-Riin Männiku ja Anneli Porri kureeritud satelliitnäitusest "Teadus ja tänapäev" A-galeriis, Draakoni galeriis ja Hobusepea galeriis. Suure osa näitusest moodustavad Tõnis Vindi illustratsioonid 1979. a. ilmunud Juhan Kivi raamatule "Teadus ja tänapäev". Fotod Ene Kull

  10. Kolm maailma metallis / Tanel Veenre

    Index Scriptorium Estoniae

    Veenre, Tanel, 1977-

    2011-01-01

    Näitused Tallinnas: Maria Valdma "Võõrastemaja" Iida galeriis 31. jaan.-ni 2012, Kaie Partsi retrospektiivnäitus "Metall ja kivi" Vabaduse galeriis 6. dets.-ni 2011, Ülle Kõutsi "Vesi" A-Galeriis 5. dets.-ni 2011

  11. Tudengimaal, köited, auväärne graafika / Harry Liivrand

    Index Scriptorium Estoniae

    Liivrand, Harry, 1961-

    2003-01-01

    TÜ maalikunsti üliõpilaste näitus "Tartu kevad" Kastellaanimaja galeriis; Pille Kivihalli, Tiina Piisangu ja Maarja Unduski näitus "Ecce libris" Tallinna Kunstihoone galeriis; Eesti ja Taani graafikanäitus "Hjorring-Tallinn 2003" Hobusepea galeriis

  12. Mõtlejate mõjud ja sotsiaalne aktsionism Tallinna galeriides / Margaret Tali

    Index Scriptorium Estoniae

    Tali, Margaret

    2002-01-01

    Marko Laimre näitus "Must pall" Tallinna Kunstihoones, Liina Siibi näitus "Klips" (plakatid, videod) Hansapanga galeriis, Stuudio 22 näitus "déja vu" (graafika) Pärnu mnt. 27 galeriis, Eesti Kunstiakadeemia üliõpilaste joonistused "Tühjus ja Ruum" G-galeriis

  13. Eesti kalleim müügil maal on Vene kunstniku neli miljonit maksev teos / Nele Laanemäe

    Index Scriptorium Estoniae

    Laanemäe, Nele

    2004-01-01

    Tallinna kunstisalongides olevatest hinnalistest kunstiteostest. Oma rariteete tutvustavad Shifara galerii president Shifara Hindrekson, galerii Rios omanik Elena Tsuhkna, Galerii 36 omanik Rita Parel, Allee Kunstisalongi omanik Juhan Kohal. Arkhip Kuindzhi, Johann Köleri, Tõnis Grenzsteini, Johannes Võerahansu väärtuslikest maalidest

  14. Hobusepea tänava kunstinäitused

    Index Scriptorium Estoniae

    2010-01-01

    Eesti ja ungari ehtekunstnike näitus HOP-galeriis 17. augustini. Eksponeeritakse Fanni Kiraly, Márta Edöcs'i, Anneli Tammiku ja Kristi Paapi ehteid. Vilen Künnapu ja Mare Vindi näitus Hobusepea galeriis 9. augustini. Taani ehtekunstnike Per Suntumi ja Kaori Juzu näitus A-Galeriis 16. augustini 2010

  15. Galeriid, galeriid... / Mari Sobolev

    Index Scriptorium Estoniae

    Sobolev, Mari, 1968-

    2000-01-01

    Märt Väljataga, Lennart Männi ja Rauno Remme näitus "Sada tuhat miljardit millenniumisonetti" Linnagaleriis Tallinnas. Asko Künnapi graafika galeriis "Vaal". Tiia Külvi maalid galeriis "Sammas". Ülevaade Vladimir Anshoni loomingust Kunstihoone galeriis. "In Graafika" festival Pärnus

  16. Paldiski pärand, NY tänavareklaam, lihtsad olukorrad : galeriiring : Tallinn / Harry Liivrand

    Index Scriptorium Estoniae

    Liivrand, Harry, 1961-

    2004-01-01

    Mati Küti näitus "Rogerwiek'i kasvuhoone" Hobusepea galeriis; Ly Lestbergi fotonäitus "I dreamed ... he loves" Galeriis 008; Reti Saksa joonistuste ja skulptuuride näitus "Joonistab ja kujutab" Ühispanga galeriis

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    NAPAs identify rapid population growth as a key component of vulnerability to climate change impacts. However, few .... NAPA organization that should include local communities and ..... activities would link with RH/FP services in the country.

  18. GO OR NO GO: NEW HOPE IN CHINA

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    Xiong, Tracy

    2009-01-01

    NAPA is the largest aftermarket auto part chain store in North America. It is one of the largest divisions of Genuine Parts Company, a NYSE listed company established in 1928. The first NAPA chain store was built in 1928. In 2008, there were 5,850 NAPA AUTO PARTS stores and over 680 wholesalers in North America, and NAPA sales revenues made up 48% of GPC?s total revenues. This research project is trying to discover if it is feasible to establish NAPA stores in China by analyzing China?s curre...

  19. Suurest paugust helge tulevikuni / Andri Ksenofontov

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    Ksenofontov, Andri, 1962-

    2009-01-01

    Kunstinäitustest Tallinnas: Kaia Kiige maalinäitus "Strata" galeriis Vaal 21. aprillini, Kaia Kiige ja Pascal Foucart'i (Pariis) maalinäitus Galeriis 008 22. aprillini, saksa skulptori Stefan Riebeli isikunäitus Raja Galeriis 30. märtsist 3. aprillini, soome kunstniku Aurora Reinhardi isikunäitus "Teaser" Tallinna Linnagaleriis 28. märtsist 12. aprillini, Andres Tali fotonäitus "Das Kapital. Kritik der politischen Ökonomie" Hobusepea Galeriis 1.-13. aprillini, Anna Škodenko isikunäitus "Idealistlik" Draakoni Galeriis 23. märtsist 4. aprillini, vene erakkunstniku Aleksandr Lobanovi tööde näitus Tallinna Kunstihoone Galeriis 19. aprillini

  20. Alanud on Neu/Now online-festival

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    2011-01-01

    4. okt.-l avatud Neu/Now festivali online-keskonnas esitletakse 23 riigi 135 noore kunstiprojekte. Nimetatud Eestist festivalile pääsenud 9 tööd. 17.-20. nov.-ni toimuval live-festivail esitletakse Tallinnas 17 riigi 35 kunstiprojekti (Eestist 5). Kandideerida said lõpetavad või äsja lõpetanud kunsti- ja muusikaerialade tudengid ELIA võrgustikku kuuluvatest ülikoolidest

  1. Alanud on Neu/Now online-festival

    Index Scriptorium Estoniae

    2011-01-01

    4. okt.-l avatud Neu/Now festivali online-keskonnas esitletakse 23 riigi 135 noore kunstiprojekte. Nimetatud Eestist festivalile pääsenud 9 tööd. 17.-20. nov.-ni toimuval live-festivail esitletakse Tallinnas 17 riigi 35 kunstiprojekti (Eestist 5). Kandideerida said lõpetavad või äsja lõpetanud kunsti- ja muusikaerialade tudengid ELIA võrgustikku kuuluvatest ülikoolidest

  2. Näitused / Mari Sobolev

    Index Scriptorium Estoniae

    Sobolev, Mari, 1968-

    1998-01-01

    Rotermanni Soolaladu: "Cweesti" (maastikuarhitektuur- ruum mere ja maa piiril); Tarbekunstimuuseum: "Pro Arte" (soome nüüdisaegse käsitöö näitus); Linnagalerii Tallinnas: Eve Kask "29 1Ü2"; Sammas-galerii: Rene Kari maalid; Kunstihoone galerii: Anne Türn "Hundid" (keraamika); Tammsaare muuseum. Karl Manbergi maalid ja pisiplastika (1914 Tallinn - 1993 Sidney); Eesti Loodusmuuseum: Marielle Liiveti maalid ja kompositsioonid; Raatus-galerii. "Euroopa koolis".

  3. Sotsia : rahvale

    Index Scriptorium Estoniae

    2007-01-01

    "Sotsiaga" koostööd tegev Valgevene galerii Podzemka esitleb Tallinna Kunstihoone galeriis näitust "The Belarusian Identity cArt". 10. IV festivali avamisel Kunstihoone galeriis esitleb Artur Klinau kultuurialmanahhi pARTisan, toimuvad valgevene kunstnike Igor Savtshenko ja Ruslan Vaskevitshi performance'id. 11. IV Eesti Rahvusraamatukogus vestlusring valgevene kaasaegse kunsti teemadel, räägivad Volha Hapejeva ja A. Klinau

  4. Ajalooliselt ebakorrektne Robert Baines / Robert Baines ; interv. Kadri Mälk

    Index Scriptorium Estoniae

    Baines, Robert

    2004-01-01

    Ajaloolist ehtekunsti erinevates muuseumides uurinud R. Baines pidas aprilli lõpul loengu EKAs ja viis läbi meistriklassi. R. Baines uurimistööst muuseumis, oma loomingust, galerii ja muuseumi vahekorrast, eesti ehtekunstist tarbekunsti- ja disainimuuseumis ja näitusel Ku galeriis (B. Lillemets, K. Maran), ehtekunstiõpetusest EKAs jm. R. Bainesi uurimustel põhinev näitus avati aprillis Müncheni antiigimuuseumis ja tema ehteloomingu näitus Biro galeriis

  5. Academia Grata hõlvab maikuu jooksul Eesti...

    Index Scriptorium Estoniae

    2004-01-01

    3.-9. V Academia Grata maali- ja kunstiajaloo workshop Muhu Tamse baasis; 5.-29. V näeb Türi kultuurimajas rühmituse FLY projekte; 7. V esinevad Tartu lastekunstikooli galeriis tegevuskunstiööl Mari Sobolev ja Taave Tuutma; 10.-22. V Draakoni galeriis Marliis Newsome'i näitus "Ameerika unelm"; 11.-22. V Deco galeriis Chintis Lundgreni näitus "Punane kuup"

  6. Academia Grata hõlvab maikuu jooksul Eesti...

    Index Scriptorium Estoniae

    2004-01-01

    3.-9. V Academia Grata maali- ja kunstiajaloo workshop Muhu Tamse baasis; 5.-29. V näeb Türi kultuurimajas rühmituse FLY projekte; 7. V esinevad Tartu lastekunstikooli galeriis tegevuskunstiööl Mari Sobolev ja Taave Tuutma; 10.-22. V Draakoni galeriis Marliis Newsome'i näitus "Ameerika unelm"; 11.-22. V Deco galeriis Chintis Lundgreni näitus "Punane kuup"

  7. Warhol Moskvas, suurejooneliselt / Maria-Kristiina Soomre

    Index Scriptorium Estoniae

    Soomre, Maria-Kristiina, 1978-

    2001-01-01

    29. maist Moskvas seoses A. Warholi näituse avamisega Pushkini-nimelises muuseumis Warholi nädal, mis koosneb näitustest (Warholi graafika Marat Gelmani galeriis, Timur Novikovi kureeritud näitus "Andy Warholi kingitused vene kunstnikele" Ameerika kultuurikeskuses, vene kaasaegsete kunstnike Warholist inspireeritud teosed galeriis Guelmanis, ajakirja Interview esikaante väljapanek Jamesi galeriis), konverentsist "Kunstnik ja massikultuur", minifestivalist Moskva Kinomuuseumis jm.

  8. Ajalooliselt ebakorrektne Robert Baines / Robert Baines ; interv. Kadri Mälk

    Index Scriptorium Estoniae

    Baines, Robert

    2004-01-01

    Ajaloolist ehtekunsti erinevates muuseumides uurinud R. Baines pidas aprilli lõpul loengu EKAs ja viis läbi meistriklassi. R. Baines uurimistööst muuseumis, oma loomingust, galerii ja muuseumi vahekorrast, eesti ehtekunstist tarbekunsti- ja disainimuuseumis ja näitusel Ku galeriis (B. Lillemets, K. Maran), ehtekunstiõpetusest EKAs jm. R. Bainesi uurimustel põhinev näitus avati aprillis Müncheni antiigimuuseumis ja tema ehteloomingu näitus Biro galeriis

  9. Sotsia : rahvale

    Index Scriptorium Estoniae

    2007-01-01

    "Sotsiaga" koostööd tegev Valgevene galerii Podzemka esitleb Tallinna Kunstihoone galeriis näitust "The Belarusian Identity cArt". 10. IV festivali avamisel Kunstihoone galeriis esitleb Artur Klinau kultuurialmanahhi pARTisan, toimuvad valgevene kunstnike Igor Savtshenko ja Ruslan Vaskevitshi performance'id. 11. IV Eesti Rahvusraamatukogus vestlusring valgevene kaasaegse kunsti teemadel, räägivad Volha Hapejeva ja A. Klinau

  10. Näitused / Mari Sobolev

    Index Scriptorium Estoniae

    Sobolev, Mari, 1968-

    1998-01-01

    Rotermanni Soolaladu: "Cweesti" (maastikuarhitektuur- ruum mere ja maa piiril); Tarbekunstimuuseum: "Pro Arte" (soome nüüdisaegse käsitöö näitus); Linnagalerii Tallinnas: Eve Kask "29 1Ü2"; Sammas-galerii: Rene Kari maalid; Kunstihoone galerii: Anne Türn "Hundid" (keraamika); Tammsaare muuseum. Karl Manbergi maalid ja pisiplastika (1914 Tallinn - 1993 Sidney); Eesti Loodusmuuseum: Marielle Liiveti maalid ja kompositsioonid; Raatus-galerii. "Euroopa koolis".

  11. Kunstisuvi 2008, teine osa / Andri Ksenofontov

    Index Scriptorium Estoniae

    Ksenofontov, Andri, 1962-

    2008-01-01

    Sirje Runge tööde näitus Eesti Panga galeriis. Aneri Kärkkäineni ja Elis Saarevälja näitus "Sad Sack" ArtDepoo galeriis. Nadezhda Tshernobai "Kollase süütuse suudlus", Ilme Rätsepa kangamaalid "Kolmainsus" ning Kadri Kangilaski ja Toomas Tõnissoo maalinäitus "Perekonnaelu" Draakoni galeriis. Kati Kerstna ja Kairi Orgusaare "Läbivaade" Tallinna Kunstihoone galeriis. Mare Saare "Fragiilid" ja Alice Kase tööd Hobusepea galeriis. Ulvi Haagenseni "Antipoodid" HOP galeriis. Alvar Reisneri "Extra & Ordinary" Vaal-galeriis. Liisi Eelmaa videoinstallatsioon-aktsioon "Õnnekeeks" (11. VII), Minna Hindi interaktiivne installatsioon "Ainult täna õhtul: Minna Hint" (18. VII), Sirli Heina maal "Kirsitort" (16. VII) Artishoki näitusel Tallinna Linnagaleriis. Ado Lille "Nude alive" Haus galeriis. Toomas Altnurme "Metafüüsika seitsmes dimensioon" SEBi galeriis. 5. VII toimunud kunstinädala "Kultuurikatapuldid 2008" üritused (esinejad: Linnar Priimägi, Jüri Ojaver, Erik Alalooga, Siim-Tanel Annus, E. Saareväli, Jaan Toomik, Kiwa) Haapsalus

  12. Ikka teel / Marian Kivila

    Index Scriptorium Estoniae

    Kivila, Marian

    2009-01-01

    Rahvusvahelise tegevuskunstifestivali "Diverse Universe 2009" üritustest Tallinna Kultuurikatlas, Tartu pärmitehases ja galeriis Ferrodrum ning Paides, kus toimus kunstifestval "Aeg. Ruum. Liikumine"

  13. Osobõi put Glazunova-mladshego / Maria Orlova

    Index Scriptorium Estoniae

    Orlova, Maria

    2001-01-01

    Moskva kunstniku Ivan Glazunovi loomingust ja maalinäitusest Vene saatkonna galeriis Tallinnas (Põhja-Venemaa maastikud, rahvarõivastes neiud). Venemaa kunstielust, traditsioonilise realistliku kunsti elustamisest.

  14. Inimfaktor : jalutuskäik, mis viis kolmele Tallinna kunstinäitusele / Mari Laaniste

    Index Scriptorium Estoniae

    Laaniste, Mari, 1977-

    2000-01-01

    Kunstihoone galeriis jaapanlase Tatsumi Orimoto "Art Mama", Kunstihoones Olev Subbi "Maale möödunud sajandi viimasest kolmandikust" ja Linnagaleriis vene kunstniku Irina Nahhova "Installatsioon Suure Punasega"

  15. Oskus kuulata / Ellu Maar

    Index Scriptorium Estoniae

    Maar, Ellu

    2007-01-01

    Clare Charnley näitus "Keelte and" Hobusepea galeriis kuni 17. XII. Projektis osalevad kaaskunstnikud, Eestist Katrin Kivimaa. Avamisel esitleti raamatut "So communications : translating each other's words"

  16. Betoonist videograafika / Helen Kivisoo

    Index Scriptorium Estoniae

    Kivisoo, Helen

    2001-01-01

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

  17. Poolakad näitavad etlemiskunsti / Gert Hatsukov ; interv. Johannes Saar

    Index Scriptorium Estoniae

    Hatsukov, Gert

    2004-01-01

    Ürituse korraldaja Gert Hatsukoviga poola etlemiskunstnikest Pawel Kwasniewskist, Wladislav Kazmierczakist, Ewa Rybskast, Artur Grabowskist ja Dariusz Fodczukist. Poola etlemiskunsti õhtupoolik "Transmission" toimub Vaal-galeriis

  18. Suvine Tallinn on täis head tarbekunsti, ka harrastajad on aktiivsed / Andri Ksenofontov

    Index Scriptorium Estoniae

    Ksenofontov, Andri, 1962-

    2005-01-01

    Andres ja Katja Koorti korraldatud kobarnäitus "18 tuba" Sakala t. 9 majas, Adolfas Shaulyse ja Mari Relo-Shaulyse näitus "Viva la vida!" A-galeriis, Piret Räni näitus "Hello friend - are you impotent?" EKA galeriis, Tiina Piisangu tööd köitekunstinäitusel "Scripta manent III. Maailma parim asi" Eesti Tarbekunsti- ja Disainimuuseumis, Kristiina Kalistru ja Silvia Kelle tööd Kullo galeriis, Anne Türni tööd ja väljapanek Lühikese jala galeriis, Eesti Keraamikute Liidu puupõletustehnikas teostatud tööde näitus arhitektuurimuuseumis, Thomas Häntzscheli fotode näitus ArtDepoos, Angelika Kauffmanni näitus Kadrioru Kunstimuuseumis, Adam Greeni ja Simona Dell'Agli näitus "Tekkimine" Tallinna Linnagaleriis, Merike Estna maalinäitus "The Sexiest Girl, Pussycat, the Happiest Girl and Two Loverabbits" Haus galeriis, Monica del Norte maalinäitus "Lugupilt" G-galeriis, Päivi Randveri näitus "Reisid kosmosesse" Draakoni galeriis, Kelli Valk Kagovere näitus "Kõik muutub" Ühispanga galeriis, Toomas Sarapuu näitus "Deebetkaart" Tallinna Kunstihoone galeriis jm.

  19. Kunstisuvi 2008, teine osa / Andri Ksenofontov

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    Ksenofontov, Andri, 1962-

    2008-01-01

    Sirje Runge tööde näitus Eesti Panga galeriis. Aneri Kärkkäineni ja Elis Saarevälja näitus "Sad Sack" ArtDepoo galeriis. Nadezhda Tshernobai "Kollase süütuse suudlus", Ilme Rätsepa kangamaalid "Kolmainsus" ning Kadri Kangilaski ja Toomas Tõnissoo maalinäitus "Perekonnaelu" Draakoni galeriis. Kati Kerstna ja Kairi Orgusaare "Läbivaade" Tallinna Kunstihoone galeriis. Mare Saare "Fragiilid" ja Alice Kase tööd Hobusepea galeriis. Ulvi Haagenseni "Antipoodid" HOP galeriis. Alvar Reisneri "Extra & Ordinary" Vaal-galeriis. Liisi Eelmaa videoinstallatsioon-aktsioon "Õnnekeeks" (11. VII), Minna Hindi interaktiivne installatsioon "Ainult täna õhtul: Minna Hint" (18. VII), Sirli Heina maal "Kirsitort" (16. VII) Artishoki näitusel Tallinna Linnagaleriis. Ado Lille "Nude alive" Haus galeriis. Toomas Altnurme "Metafüüsika seitsmes dimensioon" SEBi galeriis. 5. VII toimunud kunstinädala "Kultuurikatapuldid 2008" üritused (esinejad: Linnar Priimägi, Jüri Ojaver, Erik Alalooga, Siim-Tanel Annus, E. Saareväli, Jaan Toomik, Kiwa) Haapsalus

  20. Treti geroi / Boris Juhvets ; interv. Galina Balashova

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    Juhvets, Boris

    2003-01-01

    Vene juurtega Iisraeli kunstniku Boris Juhvetsiga tema Tallinnas Deco galeriis avatud maalinäituse "Kolmas kangelane" saamisest, kunstnikust endast, kaasaegsest kunstist ja kunstniku kohast praeguses maailmas

  1. V kontekste vremeni / Ruslan Vashkevitsh ; interv. Galina Balashova

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    Vashkevitsh, Ruslan

    2001-01-01

    Vestlus Valgevene kunstniku Ruslan Vashkevitshiga tema näituse sulgemisel Tallinna galeriis Vaal. Vaalas eksponeeritud näitusega "Force majeure" seonduvast, kaasaegsest kunstimaailmast Euroopas ja Venemaal

  2. Õhus on sammast / Andri Ksenofontov

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    Ksenofontov, Andri, 1962-

    2008-01-01

    Mare Mikofi näitus "Ausambad" Tallinna Kunstihoone galeriis kuni 14. XII, Juta Kivimäe koostatud väljapanek "Monument" Enn Roosi loomingust Hobusepea galeriis kuni 1. XII, Aadam Kaarma ja Kärt Ojavee näitus "Põhk ja piksel" ning Eesti Kunstiakadeemia kunstiüliõpilaste näitus (juhendaja Maarit Murka) SooSoo galeriis kuni 2. XII, Ehalill Halliste põimevaipade näitus "Loitsulilled" Vabaduse galeriis kuni10. XII ning Ana Sluga näitus "Aeglane puudutus" Tallinna Linnagaleriis 12.-23. XI

  3. Poolakad näitavad etlemiskunsti / Gert Hatsukov ; interv. Johannes Saar

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    Hatsukov, Gert

    2004-01-01

    Ürituse korraldaja Gert Hatsukoviga poola etlemiskunstnikest Pawel Kwasniewskist, Wladislav Kazmierczakist, Ewa Rybskast, Artur Grabowskist ja Dariusz Fodczukist. Poola etlemiskunsti õhtupoolik "Transmission" toimub Vaal-galeriis

  4. Suvine Tallinn on täis head tarbekunsti, ka harrastajad on aktiivsed / Andri Ksenofontov

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    Ksenofontov, Andri, 1962-

    2005-01-01

    Andres ja Katja Koorti korraldatud kobarnäitus "18 tuba" Sakala t. 9 majas, Adolfas Shaulyse ja Mari Relo-Shaulyse näitus "Viva la vida!" A-galeriis, Piret Räni näitus "Hello friend - are you impotent?" EKA galeriis, Tiina Piisangu tööd köitekunstinäitusel "Scripta manent III. Maailma parim asi" Eesti Tarbekunsti- ja Disainimuuseumis, Kristiina Kalistru ja Silvia Kelle tööd Kullo galeriis, Anne Türni tööd ja väljapanek Lühikese jala galeriis, Eesti Keraamikute Liidu puupõletustehnikas teostatud tööde näitus arhitektuurimuuseumis, Thomas Häntzscheli fotode näitus ArtDepoos, Angelika Kauffmanni näitus Kadrioru Kunstimuuseumis, Adam Greeni ja Simona Dell'Agli näitus "Tekkimine" Tallinna Linnagaleriis, Merike Estna maalinäitus "The Sexiest Girl, Pussycat, the Happiest Girl and Two Loverabbits" Haus galeriis, Monica del Norte maalinäitus "Lugupilt" G-galeriis, Päivi Randveri näitus "Reisid kosmosesse" Draakoni galeriis, Kelli Valk Kagovere näitus "Kõik muutub" Ühispanga galeriis, Toomas Sarapuu näitus "Deebetkaart" Tallinna Kunstihoone galeriis jm.

  5. Inimfaktor : jalutuskäik, mis viis kolmele Tallinna kunstinäitusele / Mari Laaniste

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    Laaniste, Mari, 1977-

    2000-01-01

    Kunstihoone galeriis jaapanlase Tatsumi Orimoto "Art Mama", Kunstihoones Olev Subbi "Maale möödunud sajandi viimasest kolmandikust" ja Linnagaleriis vene kunstniku Irina Nahhova "Installatsioon Suure Punasega"

  6. A babotshka krõlõshkami... / Diana King

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    King, Diana

    2008-01-01

    Oksana Tanditi kollektsiooni Butterflies esitlus Tallinna galeriis Vaal. Kollektsioonis on kunstnik Ruth Tulvingu pildiseeriast "Liblikad" inspireeritud naisterõivad kevad-suveks 2009. 17 värvifotot

  7. Osobõi put Glazunova-mladshego / Maria Orlova

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    Orlova, Maria

    2001-01-01

    Moskva kunstniku Ivan Glazunovi loomingust ja maalinäitusest Vene saatkonna galeriis Tallinnas (Põhja-Venemaa maastikud, rahvarõivastes neiud). Venemaa kunstielust, traditsioonilise realistliku kunsti elustamisest.

  8. Iz glubinõ vremen... / Nelli Kuznetsova

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    Kuznetsova, Nelli

    2007-01-01

    Tallinnas enne 1727. aastat maalitud ikooni "Liturgija Gospodnja" esitlemisest Venemaa saatkonna galeriis. Ikoon kuulub Tallinna Nikolai kiriku Peetri ikonostaasi juurde. Restaureerisid Nikolai ja Orest Kormashovid

  9. Ikka teel / Marian Kivila

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    Kivila, Marian

    2009-01-01

    Rahvusvahelise tegevuskunstifestivali "Diverse Universe 2009" üritustest Tallinna Kultuurikatlas, Tartu pärmitehases ja galeriis Ferrodrum ning Paides, kus toimus kunstifestval "Aeg. Ruum. Liikumine"

  10. Jutustada tähtsaid asju / Rainer Vilumaa

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    Vilumaa, Rainer

    2004-01-01

    Läänemeremaade kunstnike III "Ars Baltica" fototriennaal Tallinna Kunstihoones ja Kunstihoone galeriis kuni 13. VIII. Kuraatorid Dorothee Bienert, Lars Grambye, Lolita Jablonskiene. Eestit esindab Eve Kask

  11. Nezemnõje mirõ Olega Võssotskogo / Anna Litvinjuk

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    Litvinjuk, Anna

    2006-01-01

    Tallinnas elava kunstniku Oleg Võssotski kosmoseteemalisest loomingust. Tema maalinäitus "Terra Indigo" avati Vene Draamateatri galerii praeguses näitusepaigas juveeligaleriis Bindes. Autor enda loomeprotsessist

  12. Jutustada tähtsaid asju / Rainer Vilumaa

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    Vilumaa, Rainer

    2004-01-01

    Läänemeremaade kunstnike III "Ars Baltica" fototriennaal Tallinna Kunstihoones ja Kunstihoone galeriis kuni 13. VIII. Kuraatorid Dorothee Bienert, Lars Grambye, Lolita Jablonskiene. Eestit esindab Eve Kask

  13. Oskus kuulata / Ellu Maar

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    Maar, Ellu

    2007-01-01

    Clare Charnley näitus "Keelte and" Hobusepea galeriis kuni 17. XII. Projektis osalevad kaaskunstnikud, Eestist Katrin Kivimaa. Avamisel esitleti raamatut "So communications : translating each other's words"

  14. A babotshka krõlõshkami... / Diana King

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    King, Diana

    2008-01-01

    Oksana Tanditi kollektsiooni Butterflies esitlus Tallinna galeriis Vaal. Kollektsioonis on kunstnik Ruth Tulvingu pildiseeriast "Liblikad" inspireeritud naisterõivad kevad-suveks 2009. 17 värvifotot

  15. Geologic map and map database of northeastern San Francisco Bay region, California, [including] most of Solano County and parts of Napa, Marin, Contra Costa, San Joaquin, Sacramento, Yolo, and Sonoma Counties

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    Graymer, Russell Walter; Jones, David Lawrence; Brabb, Earl E.

    2002-01-01

    This digital map database, compiled from previously published and unpublished data, and new mapping by the authors, represents the general distribution of bedrock and surficial deposits in the mapped area. Together with the accompanying text file (nesfmf.ps, nesfmf.pdf, nesfmf.txt), it provides current information on the geologic structure and stratigraphy of the area covered. The database delineates map units that are identified by general age and lithology following the stratigraphic nomenclature of the U.S. Geological Survey. The scale of the source maps limits the spatial resolution (scale) of the database to 1:62,500 or smaller.

  16. Zavajajoče dojemanje in gospodarska učinkovitost regionalnega sistema

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    Miki Malul

    2012-01-01

    Full Text Available Novost, ki jo prinaša ta članek, je uporaba učinka napačnega dojemanja na modelu središče-obrobje. Na podlagi teoretičnega modela bomo pokazali, da na prostem trgu ob uvedbi učinka napačnega dojemanja v model pride do napačne porazdelitve podjetij med središčem in obrobjem. Anketa z vprašalnikom je potrdila, da obstaja napačno dojemanje kakovosti proizvodnih dejavnikov, in sicer v korist središča. To napačno dojemanje lahko najdemo tako v pogledih središča na obrobje kot v pogledih obrobja nase. Za spremembo teh napačnih dojemanj bi se moralo obrobje bolj tržiti, obenem pa tudi krepiti svojo vlogo in svoj položaj v državi.

  17. Pharmacokinetics of Procainamide and N-acetylprocainamide during Continuous Renal Replacement Therapy

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    Mohamed, Ahmed N.; Abdelhady, Ahmed M.; Spencer, Dustin; Sowinski, Kevin M.; Tisdale, James E; Overholser, Brian R.

    2013-01-01

    Procainamide and its major metabolite, N-acetyl procainamide (NAPA), prolong the QTc interval and can promote potentially fatal ventricular arrhythmias. Excretion of procainamide and NAPA is reduced in patients with chronic kidney disease (CKD) resulting in drug accumulation and toxicity. The elimination of procainamide or NAPA in patients undergoing continuous renal replacement therapy (CRRT) has not been evaluated increasing the risk for subtherapeutic or toxic dosing regimens. This case re...

  18. Sodium phenylacetate enhances the inhibitory effect of dextran derivative on breast cancer cell growth in vitro and in nude mice.

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    Di Benedetto, M; Kourbali, Y; Starzec, A; Vassy, R; Jozefonvicz, J; Perret, G; Crepin, M; Kraemer, M

    2001-09-14

    Sodium phenylacetate (NaPa) and carboxymethyl benzylamide dextran derivative (CMDB(LS4)) are able to inhibit growth of breast tumour cells. In this study, we explored whether the combination of NaPa and CMDB(LS4)may enhance their respective inhibitory effects on the MCF-7ras cell growth in vitro and in vivo. NaPa inhibited MCF-7ras cell proliferation by reducing the DNA replication concomitantly with a recruitment of cells in G0/G1 phase and by inducing apoptosis in a dose- and time-dependent manner. The addition of CMDB(LS4)potentiated the NaPa antiproliferative effect in the manner dependent on the ratio of CMDB(LS4)and NaPa concentrations. In nude mice, CMDB(LS4)(150 mg kg(-1)) or NaPa (40 mg kg(-1)) administrated twice a week, for 7 weeks inhibited MCF-7ras xenograft growth by 40% and 60%, respectively. The treatment by both, CMDB(LS4)and NaPa, decreased tumour growth by 83% without any toxicity. To better understand the mechanism of NaPa and CMDB(LS4)action we assessed their effect on mitogenic activity of MCF-7ras conditioned medium (CM) on BALBC/3T3 fibroblasts. CMDB(LS4)added to the CM, inhibited its mitogenic activity whereas NaPa had an anti-mitogenic effect when CM was prepared from MCF-7ras cells pretreated with NaPa. Thus, the antiproliferative effects of NaPa and CMDB(LS4)involve 2 different mechanisms explaining, at least in part, the possible synergism between them. Overall, this study points to the potential use of a combination of dextran derivatives with NaPa to inhibit the breast tumour growth.

  19. Kunstnike aastanäitus kui kobarkino

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    2003-01-01

    19. detsembrist Tallinnas Eesti Kunstnike Liidu IV aastanäitus: Hobusepea ja Draakoni galeriis Andrus Joonase kuraatoriprojekt "Rehabilitatsioon" (avamisel esineb rühmitus Fashist Lendas Üle), Tallinna Kunstihoones ja Kunstihoone galeriis Ants Juske kureeritud "Mina ja Teine" (kujundaja Jaan Elken, avamisel esitles Eesti Litograafiakeskus oma uut litomappi)

  20. Vanadusest infantiilsuseni / Teet Veispak

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    Veispak, Teet, 1955-

    2005-01-01

    Aprillikuu näitustest Tallinnas. Pikemalt Reet Varblase kureeritud näitusest "Homo grandis natu" Tallinna Kunstihoones, Jaan Paavle ja Tanel Saare näitustest Draakoni galeriis, Külli K. Kaatsi ja Daniele Mosca väljapanekust "Salajased aiad" Kunstihoone galeriis

  1. Desjatiletije galerei pri russkom teatre 11 maja / Liana Turpakova

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    Turpakova, Liana

    2006-01-01

    Vene Draamateatri galerii korraldatud näituse "Natüürmort" avamine juveeligaleriis Bindes sõnas ja pildis. Fotod Aleksei Belovilt. Näitusega tähistati galerii kümnendat aastapäeva ja galerist Olga Ljubaskina sünnipäeva

  2. Tippkunstnike müügiedu Tallinnas / Georg Poslawski

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    Poslawski, Georg

    1998-01-01

    Müüginäitustest. 3.-21. märtsini Vaal-galeriis Antoni T̉piesi graafikakollektsioon aastatest 1973-1994. 5. märtsil pakkus Deco galerii Tallinna WTCs Salvador Dali graafikat - üheksat litograafiat sarjast "Lilled". Kunstnikest, nende loomingust. Hindadest.

  3. Euro on teel / Ivar Jung

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    Jung, Ivar

    2005-01-01

    Reet Varblase kureeritud näitus "Oma raha" Tallinna Kunstihoone galeriis 12. XI-4. XII. Gints Gabransi videotest, Jaan Jaanisoo masin-installatsioonist, Siim-Tanel Annuse tööst. 2. XII galeriis toimunud kunstnike, kultuurihuviliste ja rahamaailma esindajate (Eesti Panga asepresident Rein Minka, endine president Vahur Kraft, rahandusministri nõuniku kt Veiko Valkiainen) kohtumisest

  4. Odnokursniki. Dalai-lama i finski monah / Ilja Sundelevitsh

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    Sundelevitsh, Ilja

    2003-01-01

    Ilmar Kruusamäe, Peeter Alliku, Imat Suumani ja Albert Gulki töödest Kursi koolkonna näitusel Tallinna Kunstihoones ja selle galeriis. Matti Kurki ja Nagashila tööde näitus "Virgumine" ning Leonhard Lapini fotod Dalai laamast on Deco galeriis

  5. Konrad Mäe kunstipreemia sai tänavu Jaan Toomik

    Index Scriptorium Estoniae

    2005-01-01

    Konrad Mäe preemiast. Loetletud Konrad Mäe nimelise preemia 2005. a. kandidaadid. 2005. aasta Konrad Mäe medal ja rahaline preemia 50000 krooni anti Jaan Toomikule eksistentsiaalseid paineid lahkava neoekspressionistliku maaliloomingu eest, mida selle aasta jooksul näidati KU-galeriis ja Vaal-galeriis

  6. Eesti Kunstnike Liidu III aastanäitus

    Index Scriptorium Estoniae

    2002-01-01

    Oodatakse osalema näitustel: "Sõltuvussõltumatus" Tallinna Kunstihoones 3. X-3. XI (kuraatorid Jaan Toomik, Paul Rodgers), "Uus ilus elu" galeriis "Vaal" 1.-19. X (kuraator Eve Kiiler), "HandsFree" G-galeriis 3. X-3. XI (kuraator Erki Kasemets). Osavõtusoovist teatamise tähtajad

  7. Maalikunst tuleb jõuliselt tagasi / Jaan Elken

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    Elken, Jaan, 1954-

    2006-01-01

    Berliini kunstigaleriidest. Norbert Schwontkowski (sünd. 1949) maalinäitusest "Vertigo" galeriis Contemporary Fine Art. Gunter Resk'i (sünd. 1963) maalinäitusest Zwinger Galerie's. Korea-saksa kunstniku Yoo Junghyun'i näitusest "Dark Flowers" Alexander Ochsi galeriis

  8. Flöödimäng veevärgitorudel / Mai Levin

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    Levin, Mai, 1942-

    2006-01-01

    Concordia Klari mälestusnäitus G-galeriis 2.-21. I (kuraatorid Peeter Ulas, Maria-Kristiina Ulas) ja Draakoni galeriis 9.-28. I (kuraator Anne Untera). Mai Levinil, Anne Unteral ja Vappu Thurlow'il on valmimas Concordia Klari kohta raamat, kujundab Jüri Kass

  9. Maalikunst tuleb jõuliselt tagasi / Jaan Elken

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    Elken, Jaan, 1954-

    2006-01-01

    Berliini kunstigaleriidest. Norbert Schwontkowski (sünd. 1949) maalinäitusest "Vertigo" galeriis Contemporary Fine Art. Gunter Resk'i (sünd. 1963) maalinäitusest Zwinger Galerie's. Korea-saksa kunstniku Yoo Junghyun'i näitusest "Dark Flowers" Alexander Ochsi galeriis

  10. Tandem Paul ja Anne Daniela Rodgers, Kaunase modernistid ja arenev Meiu Münt / Juta Kivimäe

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    Kivimäe, Juta, 1952-

    2006-01-01

    Kuni 23. IV Tartu Kunstimuuseumis avatud Paul ja Anne Daniela Rodgersi näitusest. 15. II-13. III Tartu kaheksas galeriis avatud Kaunase kunstnike näitusest, Arvidas Zhalpyse installatsioonist "Kõik toolist" ja Agne Jonkute maalist "Olematuse faktid" Tartu Kunstimajas. Kuni 25. III G-galeriis avatud Meiu Mündi näitusest "Päev on pime"

  11. Jackson, sportauto ja kinbaku / Kadri Karro

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    Karro, Kadri

    2011-01-01

    Mari-Liis Laanemaa video- ja fotonäitus "Meel ja Michael Jackson" Tallinna Linnagaleriis 26. juunini. Fotograaf Herkki-Erich Merila näitus "Kinbaku" Haus galeriis 15. juulini. Austria kunstniku Klaus Waggeri rallimaalide ja Urmas Teearu kogusse kuuluvate mootorrataste näitus "Unforgettable Moments" Tam galeriis juuni lõpuni 2011

  12. Vabaduse väljakul vaadatakse irooniaga Ameerikale ja Eestile / Ants Juske

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    Juske, Ants, 1956-

    2009-01-01

    Maalikunstnik Valeri Vinogradovi Ameerikast inspireeritud isikunäitus "American Beauty" Tallinna Kunstihoone galeriis 13. detsembrini 2009. Maastiku maalimisel on kunstnik kasutanud Anne Parmasto abi. Tallinnas Vabaduse Galeriis 5. jaanuarini 2010 avatud Tiiu Kirsipuu isikunäitus "Rollimäng", mis mängib näitlejate Tõnu Aava ja Andres Dvinjaninovi rollidega

  13. Näitus isiklikust ja lähedasest

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    2008-01-01

    Tallinnas Hobusepea galeriis ja Draakoni galeriis avatakse 26.08.2008 näitus "Up Close and Personal". Osalevad Adel Abidin ja Jari Silomäki (Soome), Helina Kõrm, Krista Mölder, Kaarel Nurk, Krõõt Tarkmeel, Tõnu Tunnel ning Sigrid Viir

  14. "Ansip tshmo" kak objekt iskusstva / Nikolai Karajev

    Index Scriptorium Estoniae

    Karajev, Nikolai, 1978-

    2007-01-01

    Briti kunstniku Clare Charnley multimeediainstallatsioon أGift of tongues / keelte andؤ Hobusepea galeriis Tallinnas. Eestipoolseks kaaskunstnikuks projektis on Katrin Kivimaa. Performance'ist أKõneؤ ja alumises galeriis näidatavast videoinstallatsioonist. Clare Charnley ja Katrin Kivimaa koostatud raamatust "So Communication : Translating Each Other's Words"

  15. Jedinstvennaja v svojom rode / Boris Tuch

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    Tuch, Boris, 1946-

    2003-01-01

    Tallinna Vene saatkonna galerii sünnist ja tegevusest. Kuraator on kunstiteadlane Maria Melnikova. Galerii 10. sünnipäeva tähistab maalinäitus "20. sajandi vene kunstnikud" Kadrioru Väliskunsti Muuseumi kogudest. Koostamisel oli abiks Mai Levin. Samal teemal ka lk.1 pealkirja all "Russkaja zhivopis XX veka"

  16. Hüsteeria, seks ja selektiivne mälu / Anneli Porri

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    Porri, Anneli, 1980-

    2006-01-01

    Marge Monko näitus "Uurimusi kodanlusest" (Charcot' klassifitseeritud krambiasendeid esitab tantsija Krõõt Juurak) Hobusepea galeriis 17.-22. V; Jane Suviste ja Piibe Piirma näitus "Editeeritud mälu" Tallinna Linnagaleriis kuni 28. V; Andres Lõo kureeritud noortenäitus "Sex" Vaal-galeriis 2.-20. V

  17. Hüsteeria, seks ja selektiivne mälu / Anneli Porri

    Index Scriptorium Estoniae

    Porri, Anneli, 1980-

    2006-01-01

    Marge Monko näitus "Uurimusi kodanlusest" (Charcot' klassifitseeritud krambiasendeid esitab tantsija Krõõt Juurak) Hobusepea galeriis 17.-22. V; Jane Suviste ja Piibe Piirma näitus "Editeeritud mälu" Tallinna Linnagaleriis kuni 28. V; Andres Lõo kureeritud noortenäitus "Sex" Vaal-galeriis 2.-20. V

  18. Vesna na ulitse Pikk / Nikolai Hrustaljov

    Index Scriptorium Estoniae

    Hrustaljov, Nikolai

    2003-01-01

    Tallinna Vene saatkonna galerii 10-ndat sünnipäeva tähistatakse galerii sõprade ümarlauaga ja maalinäitusega "20. sajandi vene kunstnikud" Kadrioru Väliskunsti Muuseumi kogudest. Galeristid Masha ja Andrei Melnikovid

  19. Poolakad eesti kunsti omaruumis / Riin Kübarsepp

    Index Scriptorium Estoniae

    Kübarsepp, Riin, 1978-

    2004-01-01

    Vaal-galeriis 29. V toimunud poola tegevuskunsti pärastlõunast "Tramsmission" ja osalenud kunstnikest (Dariusz Fodczuki, Wladislaw Kazmierczak, Ewa Rybska, Pawel Kwasniewski). Tähenduslikuna mõjus galeriis väljas olnud Jüri Ojaveri ruumiinstallatsioon "...töökas ning leidlik"

  20. Eesti maal, slovakkia foto ja hollandi video Tallinnas / Ave Randviir

    Index Scriptorium Estoniae

    Randviir, Ave, 1981-

    2006-01-01

    Slovaki fotograafi Lucia Nimcova näitus "Lahustuvad naised" Kunstihoone galeriis, Eesti Kunstiakadeemia magistrandi Alvar Reisneri maalinäitus "Mission Impossible" Artdepoo galeriis ja hollandi kunstniku Jaap de Ruigi videoinstallatsioonide näitus "Ebatäiuslikkuse võim" Tallinna Linnagaleriis