• The Rise and Fall of Social Problems: A Public Arenas ...

    2020-9-4 · This paper develops a model of the process through which social problems rise and fall. Treating public attention as a scarce resource, the model emphasizes competition and selection in the media and other arenas of public discourse. Linkages among public arenas produce feedback that drives the growth of social problems. Growth is constrained by the finiteUbiquitylation of MLKL at lysine 219 positively regulates ...2021-6-7 · Mutating the acceptor K172 to R (MLKL K172R) showed a modest protection (Fig. 5c and Supplementary Fig. 3b). Although this indicates that ubiquitylation of the brace (K172) may contribute to the ...

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    Abstract. The sixth version of the Model for Interdisciplinary Research on Climate (MIROC), called MIROC6, was cooperatively developed by a Japanese modeling community. In the present paper, simulated mean climate, internal climate …(PDF) Particulate Emissions from Construction Activities2021-12-28 · ABSTRACT. Although it has long been recognized that road and. building construction activity constitutes an important. source of particulate matter (PM) emissions throughout. the United States ...

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    Saharan dust events in the European Alps: role on snowmelt and geochemical characterization. The Cryosphere, 13 (a), 1147-1165. doi: 10.5194/tc-13-1147-2019 . 81French recommendations for the management of systemic ...2021-7-26 · Systemic sclerosis (SSc) is a generalized disease of the connective tissue, arterioles, and microvessels, characterized by the appearance of fibrosis and vascular obliteration. There are two main phenotypical forms of SSc: a diffuse cutaneous form that extends towards the proximal region of the limbs and/or torso, and a limited cutaneous form where the cutaneous sclerosis …

  • Atmospheric amines – Part I. A review

    2011-1-1 · Amines can be emitted from a variety of sources as shown in Fig. 1. Table 1 lists the name, Chemical Abstracts Service Registry Number (CAS No.), chemical formula, sources and references for the atmospherically-relevant amines identified to date. It should be noted that the amines in this review are the aliphatic amines, aromatic amines, piperazine, pyrrolidine, …Linoleic acid peroxidation—the dominant lipid …1998-10-1 · LPO processes are either induced by enzymes or free radicals. Substrates for enzymatic LPO are all unsaturated fatty acids possessing a cis–CH CH–CH 2 –CH CH– group. Lipoxygenases remove hydrogen from the activated bis-allylic CH 2-group in a highly regiospecific and stereospecific reaction (Holman and Burr, 1945, Hamberg and sson, 1967a, …

  • (PDF) A global model of natural volatile organic compound ...

    1995-5-20 · Temporal variations in the model are driven by monthly estimates of biomass and temperature and hourly light estimates. The annual global VOC flux is estimated to be 1150 Tg C, composed of 44% ...ACP - The impact of biogenic, anthropogenic, and biomass ...2018-5-28 · Mineral dust is treated by the model in a separate aerosol module (Woodward, 2001). The emissions used are all decadal-average emissions, centred on the year 2000, and monthly varying. Anthropogenic and biomass …

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    - The Online Shop of Europe''s Biggest Retailer of Musical EquipmentUS Patent, Patent Application and Patent Search - Justia ...Safes, bank protection, or a related device (Class 109) Furnaces (Class 110) Planting (Class 111) Sewing (Class 112) Ships (Class 114) Signals and indicators (Class 116) Single-crystal, oriented-crystal, and epitaxy growth processes; non …

  • Global budgets of atmospheric glyoxal and methylglyoxal ...

    [1] We construct global budgets of atmospheric glyoxal and methylglyoxal with the goal of quantifying their potential for global secondary organic aerosol (SOA) formation via irreversible uptake by aqueous aerosols and clouds. We conduct …Mass reconstruction methods for PM2.5: a review - Air ...2015-5-7 · Major components of suspended particulate matter (PM) are inorganic ions, organic matter (OM), elemental carbon (EC), geological minerals, salt, non-mineral elements, and water. Since oxygen (O) and hydrogen (H) are not directly measured in chemical speciation networks, more than ten weighting equations have been applied to account for their presence, thereby …

  • Agrobacterium-Mediated Gene Transfer in Plants and ...

    2012-10-23 · Agrobacterium, the natures'' genetic engineer, has been used as a vector to create transgenic plants. Agrobacterium-mediated gene transfer in plants is a highly efficient transformation process which is governed by various factors …(PDF) A global model of natural volatile organic compound ...1995-5-20 · Temporal variations in the model are driven by monthly estimates of biomass and temperature and hourly light estimates. The annual global VOC flux is estimated to be 1150 Tg C, composed of 44% ...

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    Previously Funded SSRP Projects. Breast Cancer, breast reconstruction, radiation, machine learning, prediction model. Some projects were adversely affected by the COVID-19 pandemic, and could not be fully completed due to in-person research restrictions throughout the summer.Atmospheric amines – Part I. A review - ScienceDirect2011-1-1 · Amines can be emitted from a variety of sources as shown in Fig. 1. Table 1 lists the name, Chemical Abstracts Service Registry Number (CAS No.), chemical formula, sources and references for the atmospherically-relevant amines identified to date. It should be noted that the amines in this review are the aliphatic amines, aromatic amines, piperazine, pyrrolidine, …

  • CV of Prof. Jose L. Jimenez

    Asian Dust Observed during KORUS-AQ Facilitates the Uptake and Incorporation of Soluble Pollutants during Transport to South Korea. Atmos. Environ., 224, 117305, 2020. DOI: 10.1016/j.atmosenv.2020.117305 . PaperLest We Forget the Horrors: A Catalog of Trump''s Worst ...2018-10-23 · – March 9, 2017 – Environmental Protection Agency administrator Scott Pruitt said he did not believe carbon dioxide was a primary contributor to global warming. Pruitt''s statement contradicted a library of scientific evidence, including a 2009 study by his own agency which concluded carbon emissions were a leading cause of global warming.

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    Abstract. The sixth version of the Model for Interdisciplinary Research on Climate (MIROC), called MIROC6, was cooperatively developed by a Japanese modeling community. In the present paper, simulated mean climate, internal climate …Agrobacterium-Mediated Gene Transfer in Plants and ...2012-10-23 · Agrobacterium, the natures'' genetic engineer, has been used as a vector to create transgenic plants. Agrobacterium-mediated gene transfer in plants is a highly efficient transformation process which is governed by various factors …

  • Organic Aerosol Particle Chemical Properties Associated ...

    Organic aerosol mass (OM) components were investigated at Fresno in winter and at Fontana in summer by positive matrix factorization of high-resolution time-of-flight aerosol mass spectra and of Fourier Transform infrared spectra, as well as …Changes in Ozone Chemical Sensitivity in the United States ...2021-12-16 · Anthropogenic nitrogen oxide (NOx) and volatile organic compound (VOC) emissions in the United States have declined substantially over the last decade, altering the NOx-VOC chemistry and ozone (O3) production characteristics of many areas. In this work, we use multiple air quality analysis tools to assess how these large reductions in NOx and VOC have …

  • Thermal blanketing by ivy (Hedera helix L.) can protect ...

    2018-6-29 · The impact of plants growing on buildings remains controversial, especially for vulnerable historic walls and ruins requiring on-going conservation. English ivy …(PDF) A global model of natural volatile organic compound ...1995-5-20 · Temporal variations in the model are driven by monthly estimates of biomass and temperature and hourly light estimates. The annual global VOC flux is estimated to be 1150 Tg C, composed of 44% ...

  • US Patent, Patent Application and Patent Search

    Safes, bank protection, or a related device (Class 109) Furnaces (Class 110) Planting (Class 111) Sewing (Class 112) Ships (Class 114) Signals and indicators (Class 116) Single-crystal, oriented-crystal, and epitaxy growth processes; non …84th AMS Annual Meeting2011-12-22 · Air Quality Impacts of Desert Wind-Blown Dust in a Southwestern U. S. Urban Valley: Preliminary Results from High-Resolution 3-D Model Simulations V. R. Kotamarthi, ANL, Argonne, IL; and M. Lazaro, Y. -.

  • Global budgets of atmospheric glyoxal and methylglyoxal ...

    [1] We construct global budgets of atmospheric glyoxal and methylglyoxal with the goal of quantifying their potential for global secondary organic aerosol (SOA) formation via irreversible uptake by aqueous aerosols and clouds. We conduct …(PDF) Particulate Emissions from Construction Activities2021-12-28 · ABSTRACT. Although it has long been recognized that road and. building construction activity constitutes an important. source of particulate matter (PM) emissions throughout. the United States ...

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    - The Online Shop of Europe''s Biggest Retailer of Musical EquipmentLinoleic acid peroxidation—the dominant lipid …1998-10-1 · LPO processes are either induced by enzymes or free radicals. Substrates for enzymatic LPO are all unsaturated fatty acids possessing a cis–CH CH–CH 2 –CH CH– group. Lipoxygenases remove hydrogen from the activated bis-allylic CH 2-group in a highly regiospecific and stereospecific reaction (Holman and Burr, 1945, Hamberg and sson, 1967a, …

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    Saharan dust events in the European Alps: role on snowmelt and geochemical characterization. The Cryosphere, 13 (a), 1147-1165. doi: 10.5194/tc-13-1147-2019 . 8184th AMS Annual Meeting2011-12-22 · Air Quality Impacts of Desert Wind-Blown Dust in a Southwestern U. S. Urban Valley: Preliminary Results from High-Resolution 3-D Model Simulations V. R. Kotamarthi, ANL, Argonne, IL; and M. Lazaro, Y. -.

  • Linoleic acid peroxidation—the dominant lipid …

    1998-10-1 · These deductions were mainly derived from experiments connected with atherogenesis: investigations by Steinbrecher et al. (1984), Morel et al. (1984)and Cathcart et al. (1985)showed a close relationship between oxidation of LDL and atherosclerosis: inhibitors of lipoxygenases reduced LDL oxidation (Parthasarathy et al., 1989, Rankin et al .. anic Aerosol Particle Chemical Properties Associated .. anic aerosol mass (OM) components were investigated at Fresno in winter and at Fontana in summer by positive matrix factorization of high-resolution time-of-flight aerosol mass spectra and of Fourier Transform infrared spectra, as well as by k-means clustering of light-scattering (LS) aerosol single-particle spectra.The results were comparable for all three methods at both sites, …

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    Abstract. The sixth version of the Model for Interdisciplinary Research on Climate (MIROC), called MIROC6, was cooperatively developed by a Japanese modeling community. In the present paper, simulated mean climate, internal climate …Global budgets of atmospheric glyoxal and methylglyoxal ...[1] We construct global budgets of atmospheric glyoxal and methylglyoxal with the goal of quantifying their potential for global secondary organic aerosol (SOA) formation via irreversible uptake by aqueous aerosols and clouds. We conduct …

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    2021-9-1 · Although Tingey et al. (1979) at the US Environmental Protection Agency did note the potential for isoprene to play a role in regional air quality in 1978, this was not formalized until the ground-breaking work of Chameides and colleagues in 1988 (Chameides et al., 1988) and MacKenzie and colleagues in 1991 (MacKenzie et al., 1991) anic Aerosol Particle Chemical Properties Associated .. anic aerosol mass (OM) components were investigated at Fresno in winter and at Fontana in summer by positive matrix factorization of high-resolution time-of-flight aerosol mass spectra and of Fourier Transform infrared spectra, as well as …

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    2021-10-13 · Abstract. Biogenic volatile organic compounds (BVOCs) simulated by current air quality and climate models still have large uncertainties, which can influence atmospheric chemistry and secondary pollutant formation. These modeling sensitivities are primarily due to two sources. One originates from different treatments in the physical and chemical processes …Probing the Reactivity of Singlet Oxygen with Cyclic ...2021-3-12 · Plants emit nearly 98% of the total non-methane volatile organic compounds into the atmosphere, 20% of which comprises monoterpenes. Monoterpenes represent a class of C 10 members of terpene hydrocarbons, the biogenic (naturally occurring) volatile organic compounds (BVOC) with high chemical reactivity and annual global emission rate of between 128 and 450 …

  • Mass reconstruction methods for PM2.5: a review

    2015-5-7 · Major components of suspended particulate matter (PM) are inorganic ions, organic matter (OM), elemental carbon (EC), geological minerals, salt, non-mineral elements, and water. Since oxygen (O) and hydrogen (H) are not directly measured in chemical speciation networks, more than ten weighting equations have been applied to account for their presence, thereby …Thermal blanketing by ivy (Hedera helix L.) can protect ...2018-6-29 · The impact of plants growing on buildings remains controversial, especially for vulnerable historic walls and ruins requiring on-going conservation. English ivy …

  • Dry Deposition of Ozone over Land: Processes, …

    2020-3-1 · Dry deposition of ozone is an important sink of ozone in near surface air. When dry deposition occurs through plant stomata, ozone can injure the plant, altering water and carbon cycling and reducing crop yields. Quantifying both stomatal and nonstomatal ...The Rise and Fall of Social Problems: A Public Arenas ...2020-9-4 · This paper develops a model of the process through which social problems rise and fall. Treating public attention as a scarce resource, the model emphasizes competition and selection in the media and other arenas of public discourse. Linkages among public arenas produce feedback that drives the growth of social problems. Growth is constrained by the finite

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