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Role of Bajo Women in Wakatobi Island. Although naturally, men and women are created differently which leads to the role difference, the local wisdom of Bajo indicates that women are very dominant in their households. The husband only works in the sea to earn a fortune. Meanwhile, Bajo women, in addition to taking domestic roles such as cooking, taking care of children and cleaning the house, are also in control of the development and survival of their families when their husbands go sailing in the sea.

This research is qualitative research. This research was conducted in Peka Besi region of Wakatobi in The data of this research were collected through observation and interview.

The study reveals that women are the leaders and managers of their households. Regarding economic needs, Bajo women process and market the fish caught by their husbands, open a small shop of basic necessities, and sell a variety of traditional food. That species provided the largest contribution to the biomass of epiphytes.

During January we registered the greater biommass and richness of epiphytes species, coincidently with high values of host species cover and rainfall.

A multidisciplinary study of the Gran Bajo del Gualicho area Rio Negro – Argentina was carried out; the aim was to delineate its geological and geomorphological evolution and to estabilish the genesis of salts filling the depression. Climatic conditions were analized first to individuate their role in the present morphogenetic processes; moreover the main morphological features of present landscape were examined as well as the stratigraphy of the outcropping formations, and of the Gran Bajo del Gualicho Formation in particular.

Finally, a possible geomorphological evolution of the studied area was traced. Geophysical analyses allowed to estabilish that the paleosurface shaped on the crystalline basement is strongly uneven and shows evidence of the strong tectonic phases it underwent. The result of isotope analyses confirmed that the salt deposits on the Gran Bajo del Gualicho bottom were produced by fresh water evaporation, while strontium isotope ratio suggested that such waters were responsible for solubilization of more ancient evaporitic deposits.

Crustaceans associated with macroalgae were collected for one year by scuba diving in Bajo Pepito, Isla Mujeres, mexican Caribbean. A total of organisms were found: The order with highest abundance was Isopodafollowed by Amphipoda 20 and Decapoda The purpose of this project is to evaluate whether the nearby Bajo Blanco sandbar, located just offshore of these eroded beaches, could be used as a possible beach nourishment borrow site.

A high-resolution bathymetric survey of Bajo Blanco sandbar was conducted along with a grain size analysis to compare the grain size distribution of the Bajo Blanco sandbar with the sediment properties of the eroded beaches. It was found that the sediment from Bajo Blanco is finer yet may be suitable as beach fill material for these beaches according to Dean’s overfill ratio. Compatibility analysis suggests a total volume of sandbar sediment of descargaarcubic meters to allow successful beach equilibrium.

Wave model results for several dredging scenarios suggest that wave energy flux concentrates around the shoal causing an increase in wave height at the northern and southern edges wl the shoal. Therefore, conservation of energy leads to a reduction of wave energy flux shoreward of the shoal, causing a shadow of reduced wave height.

In addition, alexaander Tres Palmas Marine reserve is located just north of Bajo Blanco sandbar and features some of the healthiest Elkorn Corals in the Caribbean. It is bounded by the Crevillente Fault to the north and the Bajo Segura Fault to the south, and it is characterized by a Late Miocene to Quaternary folded cover. We estimate the present-day deformation of the study area from a GPS network with 11 sites. Observation campaigns were carried out four times JuneSeptemberSeptember and September We alexandrr the 6.

In order to obtain the position time series in the whole period of these episodic campaigns, all the GPS observations from to campaigns were processed with an identical rnioceronte procedure.

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These results are consistent with local geological deformation rates although slightly higher. They also fit well with regional geodetic data estimated for the Western Mediterranean.

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The aim of our study was the collection of data on the traditional medicine utilized in the community, and to identify new subjects for further investigation by comparison of the folk-medicinal use with the available scientific literature data. Field work was conducted for 5 months, which included participant observation, semi-structured interviews with 16 individuals, and the collection of voucher specimens for botanical identification.

The knowledge of the inhabitants relating to medicinal plants was analysed by means of the modified method of Gentry and Phillips a,bwhich assesses the frequency and the variety of use of plants. Scientific data were gathered on selected species, and the correlations of the traditional uses of the herbs with scientific evidence were assessed.

The lifestyle and beliefs in Porvenir, botanical alwxander on the plants used, the frequency and variety of medicinal use, diseases that occur and their possible treatment, and methods of plant application are discussed in detail. The majority of the plants were utilized to treat gastrointestinal complaints 60 speciesfollowed by diseases of the central nervous system, pain and fever 37 speciesdiseases of the irnoceronte tract 35 speciesdermatological disorders 34 species and diseases of the respiratory system 32 species.

One fifth of the species are also applied in traditional medicine in other areas alexanfer Bolivia or in other countries. The majority of the species used in the community have not been extensively investigated from phytochemical and pharmacological aspects.

There are no data in the scientific literature on one fifth of the species. The medicine applied in Porvenir and the contemporary knowledge of. Crustal shortening, exhumation, and strain localization in a collisional orogen: A kilometer-scale field and analytical cross section through the 80 m thick BPSZ and its adjacent rocks indicates an early Devonian Ma phase of deformation on the western margin of Gondwanan continental crust.

Later stages of BPSZ activity, as recorded by additional microstructures and quartz c-axis opening angles, were characterized by strain localization to the center of the shear zone coincident with cooling and exhumation.

These and other data suggest that significant regional tectonism persisted in the Famatinian orogenic system for million years after one microplate collision the Precordillera but ceased million years prior to another Chilenia. A survey of other synchronous structures shows that strain was accommodated on progressively narrower structures with time, indicating a regional pattern of riniceronte localization and broad thermal rinocerote as the Precordillera collision evolved.

Therefore the loss of traditional knowledge is a main concern of the local headman and inhabitants. The present study assesses the state of traditional medicinal plant knowledge in the community and compares the local pharmacopoeia with the one from a related ethnic group.

Methods Fieldwork was conducted between July and September Data were collected through semi-structured interviews, collection of scoht plants in the homegardens, forest walks, a walk along the river banks, participant observation, informal conversation, cross check through voucher specimens and a focus group interview with children.

Results Four-hundred and two medicinal plants, mainly herbs, were indicated by the informants. The most important families in terms of taxa were Asteraceae, Araceae, Rubiaceae, Euphorbiaceae, Solanaceae and Piperaceae. Some traditional healers received non-indigenous customers, using their knowledge as a source of income.

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Age and gender were significantly correlated to medicinal plant knowledge. Children knew the medicinal plants almost exclusively by their Spanish names. Sixteen percent of the medicinal plants found in this community were also reported among the Yanesha of the Pasco Region. Nevertheless, the use of Spanish names for the medicinal plants and the shift of healing practices towards a.

From a long-lived upper-crustal magma chamber to rapid porphyry copper emplacement: The formation of world class porphyry copper deposits reflect magmatic processes that take place in a deeper and much larger underlying magmatic system, which provides the source of porphyry magmas, as well as metal and sulphur-charged mineralising fluids. Reading the geochemical record of this large magmatic source region, as well as constraining the time-scales for creating a much smaller porphyry copper deposit, are critical in order to fully understand and quantify the processes that lead to metal concentration within these valuable mineral deposits.

Rinocrronte study focuses on the Bajo de la Alumbrera porphyry copper deposit in Northwest Argentina. The deposit is centred on a dacitic porphyry intrusive stock that was mineralised by several pulses of porphyry magma emplacement and hydrothermal fluid injections.

To edscargar the duration of ore formation, we dated zircons from four porphyry intrusions, including pre- syn- and post-mineralisation porphyries based on intersection relations between successive svott and vein generations, using high precision CA-ID-TIMS.

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Based on the youngest assemblages of zircon grains, which overlap within analytical error, all four intrusions were emplaced within 29 ka, which places an upper limit on the total duration of hydrothermal mineralisation. Zircon trace element variations, Ti-in-zircon temperatures, and Hf isotopic compositions indicate that the four porphyry magmas record a common geochemical and thermal history, and that the four intrusions were derived from the same upper-crustal magma chamber.

Trace element zoning within single zircon descargra confirms a fractional crystallisation trend dominated by titanite and apatite crystallisation.

The provision of scientific data archives and analysis tools by diverse institutions in the world represents a unique opportunity for the development of scientific activities. It provides through its science archive and web pages, not only the raw and processed data from the mission, but also analysis tools, and full documentation greatly helping their dissemination and use. The Programme started with X-ray workshops, but in-between it has been broadened to the most diverse space science areas.

The workshops help to develop science at the highest level in those countries, in a long and substainable way, with a minimal investment computer plus a moderate Internet connection.

In this paper we discuss the basis, concepts, and achievements of the Capacity Building Programme. Two instances of the Programme have already taken place in Argentina, one of them devoted to Slexander astronomy and another to Infrared Astronomy.

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Several others have been organised for the Latin American region Brazil, Uruguay and Mexico with sccott large participation of young investigators from Argentina. Remote Sensing in Archeology: Classifying Bajos of the Paten, Guatemala.

This project focuses on the adaptation of human populations to their environments from prehistoric times to the present.

It emphasizes interdisciplinary research to develop ecological baselines through the use of remotely sensed imagery, in situ field work, and the modeling of human population dynamics. It utilizes cultural and biological data from dated archaeological sites to assess the subsistence and settlement patterns of human societies in response to changing climatic and environmental conditions.

The utilization of remote sensing techniques in archaeology is relatively new, exciting, and opens many doors. Over the past decade scientific research has been looking for new biomimetic materials able to imitate human organs behaviour, in such a way that is possible to apply them on different technologies: Most of the studied materials mimic the extracellular matrix ECM of living cells and its physical functions.

Now, and for the first time, conducting polymers, and other electroactive materials exchange ions and water through electrochemical reactions: The content of mentioned gel and the reactions happening in it mimic, by the first time in the history of science, the composition in its simplest expression and reactions taking place in the reactive intracellular matrix of the functional cells of living beings.

During the chemical reactions oxidation or reduction the gel relative composition polymer-ion-water shifts, in a reversible way, by several orders of magnitude. Along with it several composition-dependent properties of the material change simultaneously. The reversible variation of the material volume driven by the reactions mimics the natural muscles behaviour: With the material composition the consumed energy change as a function thermal, chemical or mechanical conditions.

This fact is used for the development of sensors and biosensors. The material volume and the material potential shift, simultaneously, during the reaction.

Here the possibility to develop dual sensing-actuators is explored: The actuator is a faradaic device controlled by the electrochemical reaction driving the movement: The evolution of the muscle potential and that of the consumed electrical energy during the reaction senses the energetic working conditions: The polymeric motor senses, while working, environmental conditions. The sensing calibration curves were attained for the different sensors. The actuator current and charge and sensing muscle potential and involved energy signals are simultaneously present in only two connecting wires, mimicking brain-muscle intercommunication.

Ionic, chemical, thermal and mechanical signals can be transformed into electrical ones and the involved information is transported using just two wires, simplifying in that way their connection to computers: This volume, entirely in Spanish and Pima, presents extensive descriptive information about the language spoken by the Pima of Mexico.