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Aplicação de água carbonatada em abobrinha cultivada em solo com e sem cobertura plástica. ; Application of carbonated water in summer squash cultivated in soil with and without plastic mulch.

Araújo, Wellington Farias
Fonte: Biblioteca Digitais de Teses e Dissertações da USP Publicador: Biblioteca Digitais de Teses e Dissertações da USP
Tipo: Tese de Doutorado Formato: application/pdf
Publicado em 11/03/2002 PT
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A técnica de aplicação de dióxido de carbono na água de irrigação é recente no Brasil, apresentando-se como alternativa promissora para o aumento da produtividade e para a otimização dos equipamentos de irrigação já instalados. Aliado a isso, o uso da cobertura plástica sobre o solo aumenta a temperatura deste e o mantém com umidade elevada por mais tempo, o que pode contribuir para a melhoria na produtividade e na qualidade dos frutos. A cultura da abobrinha de moita (Cucurbita pepo L.) constitui uma opção de pla ntio para os produtores de olerícolas, por possuir boa aceitação no mercado e poder ser cultivada o ano todo. O objetivo deste trabalho foi estudar o efeito de quatro doses de dióxido de carbono, dissolvido na água de irrigação, e do uso, ou não, da cobertura plástica do solo, sobre o desempenho da cultura da abobrinha. Dois experimentos de campo foram instalados durante o ano de 2000, um com cultivo de maio a julho e outro, de setembro a dezembro na área experimental do Departamento de Engenharia Rural da Escola Superior de Agricultura “Luiz de Queiroz”/ USP em Piracicaba, Brasil. Foi utilizado o delineamento experimental de blocos completos ao acaso, em parcelas subdivididas, com três repetições. Os tratamentos basearam-se na combinação de quatro doses de água carbonatada (parcelas)...

Recuperação escolar: discurso oficial e contidiano educacional - um estudo a partir da psicologia escolar; Summer school: official speech and educational quotidian - a study based on School Psychology

Caldas, Roseli Fernandes Lins
Fonte: Biblioteca Digitais de Teses e Dissertações da USP Publicador: Biblioteca Digitais de Teses e Dissertações da USP
Tipo: Tese de Doutorado Formato: application/pdf
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O estudo propõe-se a discutir a recuperação escolar enquanto estratégia pedagógica de apoio e auxílio aos alunos que não aprendem, tomando como referencial teórico a Psicologia Histórico-Cultural. Como principais objetivos desta pesquisa destacam-se: a) estabelecer uma análise crítica, a partir dos conceitos da psicologia escolar, sobre a trajetória histórica da implantação de programas de recuperação na rede pública paulista e concepções de aprendizagem subjacentes, b) compreender repercussões dessa prática por meio dos sentidos pessoais atribuídos à recuperação escolar por educadores, pais e alunos. De cunho qualitativo, essa pesquisa, em moldes etnográficos, utilizou-se dos seguintes procedimentos: análise de documentos oficiais do estado de São Paulo e das Leis de Diretrizes e Bases da Educação Nacional (1961; 1971; 1996); observações participantes em duas salas de recuperação; entrevistas individuais com professoras, coordenadora, diretora e mães de alunos; entrevistas coletivas com dois grupos de alunos e análise de seus desenhos sobre a classe de recuperação, sendo todos os participantes vinculados regularmente a uma escola da rede estadual situada na zona sul da cidade de São Paulo. O levantamento documental realizado com o objetivo de compilar publicações oficiais revelou que inúmeros planos de recuperação escolar vêm sendo apontados como "remédios" aos problemas educacionais ao longo da história...

Summer survival and habitat characteristics of a threespine stickleback (Gasterosteus aculeatus L.) southern European population.

Alexandre, C.M.; Almeida, Pedro R.
Fonte: Asociación Ibérica de Limnología Publicador: Asociación Ibérica de Limnología
Tipo: Artigo de Revista Científica
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In April 2006, the relationships between the spatial distribution of a threespine stickleback (Gasterosteus aculeatus L.) southern European population during breeding season and the environmental parameters were investigated in the Almansor River, a Mediterranean type river in Portugal. This species distribution and survival rate during the previous summer period were also taken into account in this study. Despite the high mortality suffered by the juvenile in the upstream summer pools, the threespine stickleback adults continue to prefer this river stretch for spawning. In this period, male sticklebacks showed preference for sites that were rich in _sh species and vegetation, where there is a greater protection against environmental fluctuations and anthropogenic pressures. Male distribution was also dependent on predation risk, for they were more abundant at sites with fewer potential predators. The abundance of females was positively related to male abundance, showing that, above all other variables, male nesting site was the main factor influencing their distribution, during breeding season.

Biotic and abiotic interactions in temporary summer pools of southern Portugal

Rosado, Joana; Morais, Manuela; Guilherme, Pedro; Ilheu, Maria
Fonte: TEMPRIV2012 International Conference on Temporay Rivers Publicador: TEMPRIV2012 International Conference on Temporay Rivers
Tipo: Aula
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In the south of Portugal, the summer season is characterized by reduced precipitation and high air temperatures, which causes the disruption of surface flow and subsequent formation of disconnect pools that may dry out entirely. During this dry period, there is a natural decrease of water quality standards due to the lack of water, leaving temporary rivers very vulnerable. Nevertheless, the remaining pools and surroundings become important in the survival of biological communities. Aquatic macroinvertebrates were sampled in several pools during the summer period (in the beginning and before the ending), in temporary tributaries of the Degebe River (Guadiana catchment), to quantify the response of macroinvertebrates communities to seasonal desiccation and habitat fragmentation. It we collected thousands individuals, representing 27 families of macroinvertebrates. Changes in the composition and abundance were affected by temporal variability in pool volume and location in the watershed. Smaller, upstream pools showed less diversity and abundance than downstream pools. Higher biological interactions and higher level of relationships with terrestrial ecosystems were perceptible for smaller summer pools. Pools were typically dominated by tolerant taxa such as midge larvae (Chironomidae)...

Recommendation on Summer energy efficiency on national building codes

Gonçalves, Helder; Camelo, Susana
Fonte: LNEG Publicador: LNEG
Tipo: Livro
Publicado em //2009
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The building regulations have a major role in controlling and limiting the energy consumption of the building sector. The Thermal Building Regulations of the European countries although had followed the EPBD Directive in what concerns the methodologies, differs on the re-quirements and recommendations on summer comfort and energy consumption for cooling, due to the particular conditions of each country. A review of the national building codes concerning envelope constructive solutions (opaque and transparent), thermal mass, ventilation rates, energy consumption methodology and correspondent values limits has been undertaken for the participating countries of the Keep-Cool II Project and, was extended to other countries, by consulting building codes, technical reports concerning energy use in buildings and by direct contacts with colleagues. The goal of this analysis consists on put in evidence the different strategies adopted and try to share and to supply information and experiences in so far as, the energy demand for cooling in European buildings is the energy use in the building sector with high increase rate among the other energy uses. In fact, cooling can be avoided or significantly reduced, with-out risking summer thermal comfort...

Renewable energy systems the theme for the PACITA summer school on TA, Liège, Belgium, 25 28 June 2012

Baumann, Manuel; Boavida, Nuno; Maia, Maria João; Lichtner, Patrick; Moniz, António B.
Fonte: IET Publicador: IET
Tipo: Artigo de Revista Científica
Publicado em /12/2012 ENG
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The summer school “Renewable Energy Systems: Role and Use of Parliamentary Technology Assessment” was the first European Summer School with a pure focus on technology assessment. The aim of the three-day long summer school of the European project Parliaments and Civil Society in Technology Assessment (PACITA) was to create awareness of the potential of technology groups in Europe. Therefore, the summer school involved keynotes, practical exercises, mutual reflection, cutting edge training and networking to deal with the theme of renewable energy systems out of the perspective of Technology Assessment (TA), to meet transition objectives or to critically assess energy technologies.

Histological aspects and protein content of Apis mellifera L. Worker venom glands: the effect of electrical shocks in summer and winter

ABREU,R.M.M.; MORAES,R.L.M. SILVA de; MALASPINA,O.
Fonte: Centro de Estudos de Venenos e Animais Peçonhentos - CEVAP, Universidade Estadual Paulista - UNESP Publicador: Centro de Estudos de Venenos e Animais Peçonhentos - CEVAP, Universidade Estadual Paulista - UNESP
Tipo: Artigo de Revista Científica Formato: text/html
Publicado em 01/01/2000 EN
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This paper analyzes the summer and winter total protein content of 7, 14, 21, 28, 35, and 40-day old Apis mellifera L. worker venom glands before (control) and 24 and 96 hours after applying electrical shocks for venom extraction (experimental). During venom extraction, 7-day old workers responded more slowly and weakly to electrical shocks. This response intensifies with age, so that the workers approaching 20 days old respond faster and more aggressively to the shocks. Statistical analysis, using the non-parametric Wilcoxon and Kruskall-Wallis tests and complemented by the Jonckheere test, showed that the protein content varied from one age to another in the experimental group, which was well distinguishable from the values in the control Group in summer and winter. Summer values at all ages were always higher than those detected in winter in both groups. This variation seems to indicate the occurrence of more than one winter glandular development cycle. Histological studies showed secretion in the lumen of the control Group secretory tubes and reservoirs. The experimental group only showed vestigial secretion in the collapsed reservoirs at all ages, except at 7 days. These workers, which reacted less efficiently to electrical shocks...

“Hang on to it until September” : literacy experiences for children with complex communication differences during summer months; Literacies for children with CCD

Hiley, Lisa Elsemore ; Larson, Joanne (1956 - )
Fonte: University of Rochester Publicador: University of Rochester
Tipo: Tese de Doutorado Formato: Number of Pages:xii, 333 leaves; Illustrations:ill. (some col.)
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Thesis (Ph. D.)--University of Rochester. Margaret Warner Graduate School of Education and Human Development, 2011.; “Hang on to it until September” explores the literacy practices for seven children with complex communication differences (CCD) during summer months from the perspective of the child, parent, and summer teacher. Interpretivist and social practice theories inform research and function to reconceptualize literacies for children with CCD from an narrow and skills-focused perspective. A collective case study design illustrates how reading and literacies are defined, valued, modified and situated. Results indicate children with CCD participate in litercies during the summer differently in home and school contexts. Literacy practices are tied to the structure and patterns of events in the context where they are situated. The home context is influenced by parents’ goals and practices as well as school practices while the school context is influenced by the purposes and goals of summer learning/school as well as educational policy and standards. Theoretical and practical implications emerge. Rather than defining literacy as a set of skills to acquire through explicit instruction, literacies should be considered a social practice situated in multiple contexts.

“Best. Summer. Ever.”: diversity and youth positioning at an elite boarding school summer session; Diversity and youth positioning at an elite boarding school summer session

Scarbrough, Burke (1980 - ); Larson, Joanne (1956 - ); Allen, Anna-Ruth
Fonte: University of Rochester Publicador: University of Rochester
Tipo: Tese de Doutorado Formato: Number of Pages:viii, 318 leaves
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Thesis (Ph. D.)--University of Rochester. Margaret Warner Graduate School of Education and Human Development, 2012.; While “diversity” has become a truism describing the United States and its school-age population, scholars note with increasing urgency patterns of segregation and inequality that stratify social groups. In educational institutions, race and classbased inequalities have been well established within schools, between schools, and between districts, even as policy trends and Supreme Court cases restrict opportunities for constructing learning contexts that reach across these social dividing lines. The purpose of this dissertation is to explore what happens when an elite private boarding school bucks these trends by bringing together a racially, socioeconomically, and internationally diverse student body for a five-week summer enrichment program. Using ethnographic case study methodology and a grounded theory analytic framework, this dissertation analyzes forms of interactional positioning and situated meanings of “diversity” that youth and adults construct during the Summer Session. Looking first at how youth came to attend Summer Session, data analysis reveals that social capital and meritocratic ideology underlie many youth’s self-described pathways to Summer Session...

University of Florida Summer Frolics queen Phyllis Lagasse and her court Nan Locher and Sally Pigman

Fonte: Universidade da Flórida Publicador: Universidade da Flórida
Tipo: still image Formato: 2 x 2 cellulose a
Publicado em //1959 ENGLISH
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Scanned. Slight silvering. Summer Frolics queen and her court. See 1959 Seminole Yearbook, page 43.; (Funding) Digitized with funding from the Institute of Museum and Library Services as part of the Ephemeral Cities grant project.

What influence does summer rainfall and stubble retention have on wheat production in Southern farming systems?

Lawson, C.; Sadras, V.; Hooper, P.; McDonald, G.
Fonte: Australian Society of Agronomy; NSW, Australia Publicador: Australian Society of Agronomy; NSW, Australia
Tipo: Conference paper
Publicado em //2010 EN
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Southern Australian broad-acre farming systems are characterised by low frequency, high intensity summer rainfall, and high frequency, low intensity winter rainfall. The contribution of out-of-season rainfall to wheat yield is largely unknown for southern farming systems. An experiment was conducted in which different quantities of summer rainfall (control (0mm), 50mm and 100mm; applied through trickle irrigation) was combined with four stubble treatments (bare, standing (2t/ha), and mulched (2t/ha and 5t/ha)) in a factorial field experiment to determine their influence on capture and efficiency in the use of resources and yield components. Stubble did not influence the ability of the soil to retain moisture in the profile. Summer rainfall significantly contributed to increased soil moisture at sowing deep in the soil profile (50-100cm). Relative to the control, biomass water use efficiency was the same for all summer rainfall treatments, the additional subsoil moisture contributed to increased early crop growth and radiation-use-efficiency and increased yield by 0.5t/ha.; Chris Lawson, Victor Sadras, Peter Hooper and Glenn McDonald

Developments in vision care optics and clinical optometry: [abstracts’ book of the] 2nd International Summer School on Advances in Ophthalmic Optics and Optometry (OOPT’2013)

Costa, Manuel F. M., ed. lit.; Baptista, António M. G., ed. lit.; International Summer School Recent Advances in Ophthalmic Optics and Optometry, 2, Braga, 2013; OOPT’2013
Fonte: Associação de Profissionais Licenciados de Optometria Publicador: Associação de Profissionais Licenciados de Optometria
Tipo: Conferência ou Objeto de Conferência
Publicado em //2013 POR
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“2nd International Summer School on Advances in Ophthalmic Optics and Optometry”. Na sequência da primeira edição da OOPT quedecorreu em Aveiro, em Setembro do ano transacto, com elevado sucesso, este evento é o reflexo do extraordinário desenvolvimento recente que a Optometria tem tido no nosso país (sendo de destacar a calendarização do projecto lei que visa a regulamentação da Optometria) e que resulta da profícua colaboração entre a Associação de Profissionais Licenciados de Optometria (APLO) e a Sociedade Portuguesa de Óptica e Fotónica (SPOF). No presente ano, surgiu uma oportunidade ímpar que não desperdiçamos, da presença de 22 a 26 de julho, no Porto, dos mais ilustres e reputados cientistas mundiais nas várias disciplinas da Óptica e Fotónica, num acontecimento do maior relevo à escala mundial, a conferência RIAO/OPTILAS 2013 organizado pela Sociedade Portuguesa para a Investigação e Desenvolvimento em Óptica e Fotónica, SPOF. A Summer School partilha com este evento o dia 26, tendo sido assim possível incorporar os trabalhos nas áreas da Optometria, Óptica Oftálmica e Física Médica na nossa Summer School. Este precioso contributo permitiu a criação de um programa de singular qualidade e riqueza.

Closing the summer learning gap for vulnerable junior kindergarten students

Graham, Ashley
Fonte: Brock University Publicador: Brock University
Tipo: Electronic Thesis or Dissertation
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Under current academic calendars across North America, summer vacation creates a significant gap in the learning cycle. I t has been argued that this gap actually decreases student achievement levels over the course of the summer. In a synthesis of 39 studies Cooper, Nye, Charlton, Lindsay, & Greathouse (1996) indicated that summer learning loss equaled at least one month of instruction as measured by grade level equivalents on standardized test scores whereby children's test scores were at least one month lower when they returned to school in the fall than scores were when students left in the summer. Specifically, Cooper et aI., (1996) found that the summer learning loss phenomena may be particularly troublesome for less advantaged children including those with speech and language delays, children at-risk for reading disabilities, children from lower socio-economic backgrounds, and children learning English as a second language. In general, research illustrated clearly that the summer learning gap can be particularly problematic for vulnerable children and furthermore, that literacy skills may be the area of achievement that is most affected. A foundational pillar to this research project is including primary caregivers as authentic partners in a summer literacy program designed to support their children's literacy needs. This pillar led the research team to use the Learning Begins at Home: A Research-Based Family Literacy Program Curriculum designed by Antoinette Doyle...

Closing the Summer Learning Gap for Vulnerable Children: An Examination of a Summer Family Literacy Program for Junior Kindergarten Children At-Risk for Reading Difficulties

Woodham, Meghan
Fonte: Brock University Publicador: Brock University
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The learning gap created by summer vacation creates a significant breach in the learning cycle, where student achievement levels decrease over the course ofthe summer (Cooper et aI., 2000). In a review of 39 studies, Cooper and colleagues (1996) specified that the summer learning shortfall equals at least one month loss of instruction as measured by grade level equivalents on standardized test scores. Specifically, the achievement gap has a more profound effect on children as they grow older, where there is a steady deterioration in knowledge and skills sustained during the summer months (Cooper et aI., 1996; Kerry & Davies, 1998). While some stakeholders believe that the benefits of a summer vacation overshadow the reversing effect on achievement, it is the impact of the summer learning gap on vulnerable children, including children who are disadvantaged as a result of requiring special educational needs, children from low socioeconomic backgrounds, and children learning English as a second language, that is most problematic. More specifically, research has demonstrated that it is children's literacy-based skills that are most affected during the summer months. Children from high socioeconomic backgrounds recurrently showed gains in reading achievement over the summer whereas disadvantaged children repeatedly illustrate having significant losses. Consequently...

Produção de mudas de cebola (Allium cepa L.) sob cultivo protegido no verão.; Onion (allium cepa l.) seedlings's production under controlled environment as summer-planted onions.

De Vincenzo, Maria Cristina Veiga
Fonte: Biblioteca Digitais de Teses e Dissertações da USP Publicador: Biblioteca Digitais de Teses e Dissertações da USP
Tipo: Dissertação de Mestrado Formato: application/pdf
Publicado em 05/04/2001 PT
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A cebola (Allium cepa L.) é uma das culturas hortícolas de maior importância no Brasil, com cerca de 70.000 ha e produção de 912.000 t. O mercado apresenta entressafra de fevereiro a julho; sendo o cultivo de verão, uma forma de aumentar os lucros. Uma das dificuldades deste cultivo é a produção de mudas para o transplante. Com o objetivo de verificar o comportamento na fase de muda do híbrido de dias curtos Mercedes, sob cultivo protegido como cultura de verão, o experimento foi instalado em estufa, no Campo Experimental do Departamento de Produção Vegetal, da Escola Superior de Agricultura 'Luiz de Queiroz'. O experimento constou da produção de mudas em ambiente protegido, utilizando bandejas de isopor de 288 células. Os fatores testados foram quatro tipos de substratos (Plantmax HT e três formulações experimentais: Plantmax HT com PG Mix, Teste CM e Teste CM com PG Mix) e dois números de mudas por células (3 e 4 mudas). A subparcela testada foi a suplementação mineral com nitrogênio (1,5 g/l de água de nitrato de cálcio + 1,0 g/l de água de nitrato de potássio; 2 e 3 vezes por semana). Cada bandeja foi considerada uma parcela, sendo dividida em duas subparcelas em função da suplementação mineral com nitrogênio. Em cada subparcela foram semeadas 70 células...

Mais do que energia, uma aventura do corpo : as colônias de férias escolares na América do Sul (1882-1950); More than strengthening, an adventure of the body : the summer camps in South America (1882-1950)

André Dalben
Fonte: Biblioteca Digital da Unicamp Publicador: Biblioteca Digital da Unicamp
Tipo: Tese de Doutorado Formato: application/pdf
Publicado em 03/06/2014 PT
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As colônias de férias escolares tiveram como maior suporte teórico antigos conhecimentos advindos da medicina que priorizavam uma vida ao ar livre, distante dos centros urbanos, para a recuperação e o fortalecimento corporal. Ao oferecerem uma substanciosa alimentação e práticas corporais realizadas junto à natureza às crianças de classes populares no decorrer das férias escolares, tiveram por objetivo principal, inicialmente prevenir o contágio de doenças, sobretudo a tuberculose, que debilitavam a saúde de muitos moradores de grandes cidades. Por meio de congressos, as colônias de férias foram divulgadas entre a comunidade científica internacional a partir de 1882, sendo frequentemente recomendadas como uma inovadora medida de assistência infantil que diversos países poderiam adotar para proteger a saúde de suas crianças. Ao tomar como fontes principais os anais dos Congressos Internacionais de Higiene e Demografia, dos Congressos Pan-Americanos da Criança e, ainda, revistas especializadas em saúde, educação e educação física, muitas publicadas por instâncias administrativas oficiais, a pesquisa centralizou-se em investigar as principais políticas de implementação de colônias de férias para as crianças de quatro dos maiores centros urbanos sul-americanos das primeiras décadas do século XX: Buenos Aires...

Developing and Scaling-Up Summer Programming in East Durham

Howley, Julia
Fonte: Universidade Duke Publicador: Universidade Duke
Tipo: Masters' project
Publicado em 20/04/2012
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Executive Summary The vision of East Durham Children’s Initiative (EDCI) is for all children and youth in the Initiative’s focus area to successfully graduate high school, ready for college or a career. Providing high-quality summer learning opportunities is a critical component of reaching this goal. In light of this focus, the policy challenge for this project is: how should the East Durham Children’s Initiative develop its summer programming for all students at Y.E. Smith Elementary School and, in the future, for all elementary-age students in the Initiative’s focus area? I offer proposed action items for how EDCI can develop its summer programming and potentially scale it up for all elementary-age students in the EDCI focus area. Methodology To address this policy challenge, I conduct literature reviews of best practices in summer programs, parental engagement, and scaling-up programs. I also examine six evidence-based summer learning programs, using data collected by targeted interviews with program personnel. I analyze these programs based on four criteria to supplement the best-practice literature. Next, I analyze the issue of scaling-up a summer learning program to include all students at Y.E. Smith Elementary and in the EDCI focus area by evaluating four action options. Research on Summer Learning Loss and Programs Research indicates that summer learning loss disproportionately affects low-income students and that these losses contribute significantly to the achievement gap between low-income students and their more advantaged peers. Y.E. Smith Elementary...

Movement of summer flounder (Paralichthys dentatus) in relation to hypoxia in an estuarine tributary

Miller, Margaret
Fonte: University of Delaware Publicador: University of Delaware
Tipo: Tese de Doutorado
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Targett, Timothy E.; Estuarine waters generally provide favorable physiochemical and biological conditions for early growth and survival of ecologically and economically important fishes. However, given their close proximity to expanding urban and rural coastal populations, estuaries are especially susceptible to the threat of increased nutrient loading and may contain areas of low dissolved oxygen (DO), or hypoxia. The present study looked at the effects of hypoxia on movement of estuary-dependent juvenile and adult summer flounder (Paralicthys dentatus). Summer flounder were captured from Indian River Bay, Delaware, surgically implanted with Vemco V7-4L acoustic tags, and released into Pepper Creek, a tributary of Indian River Bay that experiences diel-cycling hypoxia. Overall, 17 juveniles and 8 adult summer flounder were released into Pepper Creek during September in 2007 and 2008, and July in 2009. Vemco VR2 acoustic receivers and YSI 600XLM multi-parameter sondes were deployed along the longitudinal axis of Pepper Creek to capture the spatial and temporal dynamics of summer flounder movement in relation to hypoxia. Individual fish tracks were plotted on spatiotemporal DO contour plots using MATLAB software and analyzed with respect to the following environmental variables: DO...

A missão Summer Institute of Linguistics e o indigenismo latino-americano: história de uma aliança (décadas de 1930 a 1970)

Barros, Maria Cândida Drumond Mendes
Fonte: Universidade de São Paulo. Faculdade de Filosofia, Letras e Ciências Humanas Publicador: Universidade de São Paulo. Faculdade de Filosofia, Letras e Ciências Humanas
Tipo: info:eu-repo/semantics/article; info:eu-repo/semantics/publishedVersion; ; ; Formato: application/pdf
Publicado em 01/01/2004 POR
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O trabalho aborda a história da aliança entre a missão evangélica Summer Institute of Linguistics e os intelectuais latino-americanos entre as décadas de 1930 e 1970. A proposta é reconstruir o contexto político e intelectual em que essa aliança ocorreu no México, Peru e Brasil. Em particular, será focalizado o papel do Instituto Indigenista Interamericano como espaço de contato da missão com os governos latino-americanos.; This work outlines the history of the alliance between the Evangelical Mission Summer Institute of Linguistics and Latin American scholars between the 1930s and 1970s, aiming to reconstruct the political and intellectual context of this alliance in Mexico, Peru and Brazil. Particular focus will be drawn to the role that the Interamerican Indigenist Institute played in providing links between the Mission and Latin American governments.

Being a CETRA student: a critical account of the 2009 summer school

Leal, Alice; Universidade de Viena
Fonte: Universidade Federal de Santa Catarina Publicador: Universidade Federal de Santa Catarina
Tipo: info:eu-repo/semantics/article; info:eu-repo/semantics/publishedVersion; Formato: application/pdf
Publicado em 01/01/2010 POR
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http://dx.doi.org/10.5007/1980-4237.2010n7p190The present paper is a short critical account of my experience as a CETRA Summer School student in 2009. In addition to mentioning practical information about the application process, funding possibilities, visas and insurance, I shall also draw an overview of the 20 years CETRA and its Summer School have been in existence. Furthermore, I will include a description of the routine at the Summer School and, finally – and perhaps most importantly – I will comment on the Summer School’s seminar, lectures, tutorials and students’ presentations. The main aim of this paper is not only to provide an overview of this prestigious event in Translation Studies, but also to encourage other students to take part.