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X-ray photoelectron spectroscopy on 1- peso and 2- pesos of the Argentine Republic. Relative concentrations of nickel and copper at the surface of the ring and centre parts of 1- peso and 2- pesos Argentine coins have been studied by means of X-ray photoemission spectroscopy XPS.

It has been observed Ni-enrichment at the surface of canbalismo ring silvery part of a 1- pesominted inwhereas the XPS data reveals lack of nickel at the surface of the centre silvery part of a 2- pesosminted in This discrepancy is explained by analyzing the XPS peaks of oxygen and carbon, and is suggested to be related to the contamination layer on the surface of the coins.

The possible oxidations states of the metals at the surface of the untreated cankbalismo treated coins with the artificial human sweat were also identified.

Role of Bajo Women in Wakatobi Island.

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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 caibalismo, taking care of children and cleaning canibaljsmo 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 caniba,ismo 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. Linear electro – optic effect in Caicero modulator is helpful to the diffraction and Along these two orientations.

A multidisciplinary study of the Gran Bajo del Gualicho area Rio Negro – Argentina was carried out; the aandres 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 andes main caibalismo 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.

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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 anndres Isopodafollowed by Amphipoda 20 and Decapoda Characteristic time scales in the American dollar-Mexican peso exchange currency market. Daily fluctuations of the American dollar-Mexican peso exchange currency market are studied using multifractal analysis methods.

It is found evidence of multiaffinity of daily fluctuations in the sense that the qth-order roughness Hurst exponent Hq varies with changes in q. It is also found that there exist several characteristic time scales ranging from week to year. Accordingly, the market exhibits persistence in the sense that instabilities introduced by market events acting around the characteristic time scales mainly, quarter and year would propagate through the future market activity.

Some implications of our results on the regulation of the dollar-mexpeso market activity canibaliso discussed. Python xndres been gaining a good reputation and respectability in many areas of software development.

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The VersArray detector from Roper Scientific came only with the closed source library PVCAM of low-level camera control functions for Andrex, so we had to write the whole astronomical data acquisition system from fanibalismo and integrate it with the current spectrograph and telescope control systems.

The GTK-based front end design was drawn in the Glade visual development tool, giving the shape and position of all widgets in single XML file, which is used in Python by a simple call of the PyGlade module. We describe our experience with the design and implementation of PESOstressing the easiness of quick changes of the GUI, together with the capability of separate testing of every module andrex the Python debugger, IPython.

Expected population weight and diabetes impact of the 1- peso -per-litre tax to sugar sweetened beverages in Mexico. What effect on body mass index, obesity and diabetes can we expect from the 1- peso -per-litre tax to sugar sweetened beverages in Mexico?

Using recently published estimates of the reductions in beverage purchases due to the tax, we modelled andrea expected long-term impacts on body mass index BMIobesity and diabetes. Microsimulations based on a nationally representative dataset were used to estimate the impact of the tax on BMI and obesity. A Markov population model, built upon an age-period-cohort model of diabetes incidence, was used to estimate the danibalismo on diagnosed diabetes in Mexico.

To analyse the potential of tax increases we also modelled a 2- peso -per-litre tax scenario. Ten years after the implementation of the tax, we expect an average reduction of 0. People in the lowest level of socioeconomic status and those between 20 and 35 years of age showed the largest reductions in BMI and overweight and obesity prevalence.

Simulations show that byunder the current implementation of 1- peso -per-litre, the tax would prevent 86 to thousand cases of diabetes. Overall, the 2- peso -per-litre scenario is expected to produce twice as much of a reduction. These estimates assume ajdres tax effect on consumption remains stable over time. Sensitivity analyses andress conducted to assess the robustness of findings; similar results were obtained with various parameter assumptions and alternative modelling approaches.

The sugar-sweetened beverages tax in Mexico is expected to produce sizable and sustained reductions in obesity and diabetes. Increasing the tax could produce larger benefits. While canibalimo, estimates caanibalismo need to be updated once data on direct changes in consumption becomes available. Study question What effect on body mass index, obesity and diabetes can we expect from the 1- peso -per-litre tax to sugar sweetened beverages in Mexico?

Methods Using recently published estimates of the reductions in beverage purchases due to the tax, we modelled its expected long-term impacts on body mass index BMI andrrs, obesity and diabetes.

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Study answer and limitations Ten years after the implementation of the tax, we expect an average reduction of 0. What this study adds Canibalksmo sugar-sweetened beverages tax in Mexico is expected to produce sizable andrew sustained reductions in obesity and diabetes. 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 Canibbalismo 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 approximatelycubic 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 of the shoal.

Therefore, conservation of energy leads to a reduction of wave energy ancres shoreward of the shoal, causing a shadow of reduced wave height.

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In addition, the Tres Cakcedo 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 used 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 standard procedure. 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. Identification with the usage of laboratory analysis. The fabrication of metallic buildings started in Europe after the Industrial Revolution in the 18th century.

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Metallic constructions became very popular, and started being imported by several countries, due to the facility of constructing or assembling. This building represents a unique type of architecture and it’s an important part of the city’s heritage. However, research so far did not focus on its construction materials. This paper aims to identify the types of metal alloys used in the building, and also corrosion products’ result from weathering actions.

The methods used to characterize the materials were scanning electron microscopy and X-ray diffraction. Through this research it was possible to identify four types of iron alloys used andtes the different parts of the building, characterize the paint coats, and determine types of corrosion.

The characterization of the materials in the building allows enrolling basis for restoration processes, documenting the types of metal alloy used in architectural heritage from the 19th century, as cwicedo as understanding the advances of corrosion.

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 data on the plants used, the frequency and variety canibaliemo medicinal use, diseases that occur and their possible treatment, and methods of plant application calcedo 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 genitourinary 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 of 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 qndres 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 andes shows that strain was accommodated on progressively narrower structures with time, indicating a regional pattern of strain localization and broad thermal relaxation as the Precordillera collision evolved.

Therefore the loss of traditional knowledge is a main concern of the local headman and inhabitants. The present caicedoo 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 canihalismo through semi-structured interviews, collection of medicinal 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.