An experiment was carried out to provide a data set specifically designed to allow the development of a model to describe the dynamic behaviour of radiocaesium in sheep tissues. A single intraruminal dose of 134CsCl was given to each of 15 Scottish Blackface ewes, aged 1-2 years. Radiocaesium activity concentrations were measured at various time intervals after dosing in blood, faeces and urine and, after slaughter, in a range of tissues and digestive tract contents. A first order compartment model was developed comprising nine compartments representing various organs and tissues in the body. Rate constants for the model were obtained by optimisation to the experimental results. A limited validation of the model was carried out by using it to calculate tissue transfer coefficients (Ff) and biological half-lives (0.5) of radiocaesium in sheep. The values generated compare favourably with published figures. Applications for the model and constraints on its usage are examined along with ...
Author: Koulikov, Alexei O. / Meili, Markus. Reference: Journal of Environmental Radioactivity, 66 (3), p.309-326, Jan 2003. doi: 10.1016/S0265-931X(02)00134-0. Keywords: Modelling; Radiocaesium; Fish; Chernobyl. Abstract: After the sudden fallout from the Chernobyl nuclear accident in 1986, activities and bioaccumulation factors of radiocaesium (137Cs, 134Cs) fluctuated strongly over several years before reaching quasi-equilibrium, with patterns significantly differing among organisms.. URL: http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0265931X02001340. ...
Mongol News interviewed senior worker at the Public Health Institute Sh.Batdelger about this issue.. Does the Public Health Institute conduct research on soil contamination each year? If so, which part of the city has research been conducted in lately?. Research in 2012 showed that 80 percent of Ulaanbaatar was affected by third degree soil contamination. Some parts had been found to have top soil contamination.. In 2013, our scientists took soil samples near schools and kindergartens in Bayanzurkh District and the result was at fourth degree contamination.. Recent research done in public areas near Narantuul in the 14th khoroo, Bayanzurkh District found heavy metals in the soil.. In the past we did research in the Ulaanbaatar area, but we are now conducting research in each district.. Does trash cause the soil contamination around Narantuul, and why has the market area been specifically focused on for conducting research?. We cleaned the area surrounding Narantuul on our "Trash Bucket ...
Radioactive soil and vegetation that must be removed in Fukushima and four adjacent prefectures could reach up to 28.79 million cu. meters, equal to fillin
In order to determine the impact of aerosol pollution on ecosystems and buildings, the transfer functions of particles onto vegetation or buildings must first be studied. According to the meteorological conditions, the aerosol deposit may be considered as wet or dry. This dry deposition, characterized by a dry deposition velocity, depends on numerous parameters, such as for example, the topography of the land, the substrate, the micrometeorological conditions (turbulence) and the size distribution of the aerosols. The study of dry aerosol deposition remains an area of research which is still open and which necessitates an experimental approach in situ to take into account the local characteristics (turbulence, substrate, vegetation, etc ...
The objective of the study was to identify and evaluate a methodology of market segmentation analysis for use in postsecondary education institution enrollment management. Two approaches to segmentation were examined: A priori and post hoc., The a priori approach was based on subjects intent to enroll at one of five types of schools, colleges or universities. The post hoc approach grouped subjects on a basis of their similarities on attributes desired at the schools at which they planned to enroll. Methodology for developing descriptive profiles of segments and for predicting membership in segments was then evaluated. Five categories of descriptors were used: Demographics, sociographics, psychographics, achievement/participation, and choice influencers. The scales contained 485 variables. The study involved 195 subjects. These were graduating seniors at four Salem, Oregon high schools. The data were gathered in three self-administered instruments without time limit. Data analytic techniques ...
The interaction between ofloxacin, as a model drug of the fluoroquinolone class, and biomembranes was examined as the possible initial step in a transmembrane diffusion process. Dipalmitoylphosphatidylcholine was used for the preparation of biomembrane models. The influence of environmental conditio …
November 1990 [90-WP 62] (Revised) Views of the proper role of experiments in (environmental) economics and ecology have developed quite differently. Economics has devoted the majority of effort to abstract theory, with experimentation coming in a distant second. Kagel quotes a colleague who illustrates a common perception among economists: "I am a true believer in microeconomic theory, and as a result I am perfectly willing to accept mathematical proofs without experimental evidence.. In contrast, ecology has focused on observation-based experiments as the primary mechanism of research, almost separate from the development of abstract theoretical ecology. Kareiva notes that "sad truth is that ecological theory exists largely in a world of its own, unnoticed by mainstream ecology." We explore why this divergence has developed and persisted. The main reason is economists and ecologists differ in their assumptions regarding the objective function of a model. Economists generally assume the ...
This research project is a case study of the Asarco Tacoma smelter and the historical antecendents of widespread soil contamination in the Puget Sound region. From 1890 through 1985, Ruston, a small town near Tacoma, Washington, was home to one of the countrys most polluting smelters, which produced lead, copper, precious metals, arsenic trioxide, and sulfuric acid at various points during its operation. Owned by the American Smelting and Refining Company (Asarco), and primarily a copper smelter, the Tacoma smelter was unique for two reasons: it was able to process ore with high arsenic content; and it was located in an urban area. The environmental consequences of nearly a century of smelting include widespread arsenic, lead and other heavy metal soil contamination, contamination of sediments in Puget Sound, and arsenic slag, a by-product of smelting, dispersed throughout the region. The social consequences include: residents concerns about health, as awareness of potential exposure to toxins ...
The primary objective of the IAEAs BIOMASS Forest Working Group (FWG) was to bring together experimental radioecologists and modellers to facilitate the exchange of information which could be used to improve our ability to understand and forecast radionuclide transfers within forests. This paper describes a blind model validation exercise which was conducted by the FWG to test nine models which members of the group had developed in response to the need to predict the fate of radiocaesium in forests in Europe after the Chernobyl accident. The outcomes and conclusions of this exercise are summarised. It was concluded that, as a group, the models are capable of providing an envelope of predictions which can be expected to enclose experimental data for radiocaesium contamination in forests over the time scale tested. However, the models are subject to varying degrees of conceptual uncertainty which gives rise to a very high degree of divergence between individual model predictions, particularly ...
After the discovery of x-rays by Roentgen in 1895 and Becquerels determination in the same year that rays emitted continuously from uranium ionized the air in their vicinity, there followed the...
Accepted worldwide for its reliability, the FDSS is capable of 1536-well format and high-sensitivity luminescence measurements. The FDSS (Functional Drug Screening System) series are designed for cell-based assays in the drug discovery field. These instruments optically detect intracellular reactions and biological signal transmissions, and are used as screening systems to discover new lead compounds which could be candidates for new drugs. The FDSS7000EX is our high-end model capable of handling 1536-well assays and measuring both fluorescence and luminescence, and is equipped with a variety of functions such as multiple washing. Many kinds of suspended/adherent cells real-time kinetic reactions can be measured and analyzed. Various optional parts such as FRET, robot connections, etc. are available. In addition, the FDSS7000EX is expandable for future upgrades. Applications Intracellular calcium ion Membrane potential Ion channel Aequorin Luciferase FRET Suspended cell Applications Do more ...
A growth inhibition endpoint action refers to growth reduction of a predefined stimulus. The unit of measure is always percent, when normalized to the dynamic range of the assay. Cell viability or proliferation can be measured in a variety of ways, e.g. 1) protein content by sulforhodamine B staining followed by absorbance measurement, 2) mitochondrial dehydrogenase activity by 3-(4,5-dimethylthiazol-2-yl)-2,5-diphenyl tetrasodium bromide, MTT staining, followed by absorbance measurement, 3) expression of proliferation-associated antigens by immunostaining for Ki-67, and 4) ATP content by using CellTiter-Glo reagent (Promega) followed by luminescence measurement ...
Another property of discontinuity is a proliferation of uncertainty. The deeper you go into the discontinuity the more uncertain it becomes. Let s look at Heisenberg s uncertainty principle: all phenomena are simultaneously wave-like and particle-like until you do the experiment, and then they are one or the other. If you measure one, then you preclude yourself from knowing what the other is.. So if I measure the position then I preclude myself from knowing the momentum. If I know it as a particle then I cannot know it as a wave at the same time. It has nothing to do with the limitations of our experimental methodologies; it has to do with the laws of nature. It doesn t behave particle-like or wave-like until I ask the question. Furthermore, when I start to do calculations at this level of nature I have to use irrational numbers. An irrational number is a number that you cannot conceptualise. So infinity is an irrational number: you can t conceptualise it. Pi is an irrational number because it ...
We present an experimental framework for evaluating metrics for the search and discrimination of a natural texture pattern from its background. Such metrics could help identify preattentive cues and underlying models of search and discrimination, and evaluate and design camouflage patterns and automatic target recognition systems. Human observers were asked to view image stimuli consisting of various target patterns embedded within various background patterns. These psychophysical experiments provided a quantitative basis for comparison of human judgments to the computed values of target distinctness metrics. Two different experimental methodologies were utilized. The first methodology consisted of paired comparisons of a set of stimuli containing targets in a fixed location known to the observers. The observers were asked to judge the relative target distinctness for each pair of stimuli. The second methodology involved stimuli in which the targets were placed in random locations unknown to the ...
This allowed is to achieve what might be the first, ever, depiction of the full dynamics of the formation of an ant pheromone trail. In the many years in which humans have been watching ant trails - mainly a single kind of trail was observed - a long trail connecting two immobile points (typically the nest and the food source). Using our novel experimental methodologies for identifying pheromone laying we have discovered a new kind of ant trail. This trail connects the immobile nest and the mobile, carried food load. Correspondingly, this trail is very different from the classically described trails. Mainly, instead of designating the whole path between the food source and the nest this trail only marks the next short step in which the carrying team should move.. ...
Eminent international scientists describe in detail the new technology necessary to study the entire genome in a holistic manner and all the high throughput and large-scale experimental methodologies currently being used in genomic science.
Studies indicate, however, that more than half of the experiments involving clinical trials of new drugs and treatments are irreproducible. John Ioannidis at Stanford University, US, goes on saying that most of the search results is actually false. Ioannidis is the author of a mathematical model that predicts that the smaller the sample and less stringent are the experimental methodology, definitions, outcomes and statistical analysis, the greater the probability of error. Furthermore, studies that hold financial and other interests or of great impact are also more prone to false results.. ...
One important aspect of this course is learning to read, understand and critique computer science research papers. Thus, for every paper reading assigned, a roughly one page should be composed. This response can summarize the papers core concepts, expound on approaches taken or not taken, critique experimental methodologies or conclusions, or suggest follow-on studies to build on the described work. These reading responses are due at the beginning of class in which the reading is discussed.. ...
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This paper presents the application of three publicly available biota dose assessment models (the ERICA Tool, R&D128/SP1a and RESRAD-BIOTA) to an assessment of the Drigg coastal sand dunes. Using measured 90Sr, 99Tc, 137Cs, 238Pu, 239+240Pu and 241Am activity concentrations in sand dune soil, activity concentration and dose rate predictions are made for a range of organisms including amphibians, birds, invertebrates, mammals, reptiles, plants and fungi. Predicted biota activity concentrations are compared to measured data where available. The main source of variability in the model predictions is the transfer parameters used and it is concluded that developing the available transfer databases should be a focus of future research effort. The value of taking an informed user approach to investigate the way in which models may be expected to be applied in practice is highlighted and a strategy for the future development of intercomparison exercises is presented.. Keywords ...
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Abstract. As part of the European ACTRIS project, the first large Quadrupole Aerosol Chemical Speciation Monitor (Q-ACSM) intercomparison study was conducted in the region of Paris for 3 weeks during the late-fall - early-winter period (November-December 2013). The first week was dedicated to the tuning and calibration of each instrument, whereas the second and third were dedicated to side-by-side comparison in ambient conditions with co-located instruments providing independent information on submicron aerosol optical, physical, and chemical properties. Near real-time measurements of the major chemical species (organic matter, sulfate, nitrate, ammonium, and chloride) in the non-refractory submicron aerosols (NR-PM1) were obtained here from 13 Q-ACSM. The results show that these instruments can produce highly comparable and robust measurements of the NR-PM1 total mass and its major components. Taking the median of the 13 Q-ACSM as a reference for this study, strong correlations (r2 > 0.9) were ...
1 Back in the lab, Mr. Sniggle had smiled his quirky little smile. "Oh, no," he said. "That would be too easy. Youll go back, all right. Youll know what it was like to be there then. Youll smell the salt and walk on the sand. Youll even have some time to do field research. But arriving at an exact time and location?" He shook his head, still grinning. "Hardly likely ...
In Chapter 1, "Fossils and War," author J.G.M. "Hans" Thewissen describes the difficulties of conducting field research in a conflict zone.. 2 Comments. ...
Artificial radionuclides enter the Mediterranean Sea mainly through atmospheric deposition following nuclear weapons tests and the Chernobyl accident, but also through the river discharge of nuclear facility effluents. Previous studies of artificial radionuclides impact of the Mediterranean Sea have focussed on shallow, coastal sediments. However, deep sea sediments have the potential to store and accumulate pollutants, including artificial radionuclides. Deep sea marine sediment cores were collected from Mediterranean Sea abyssal plains (depth , 2000 m) and analysed for 239,240Pu and 137Cs to elucidate the concentrations, inventories and sources of these radionuclides in the deepest areas of the Mediterranean. The activity - depth profiles of 210Pb, together with 14C dating, indicate that sediment mixing redistributes the artificial radionuclides within the first 2.5 cm of the sedimentary column. The excess 210Pb inventory was used to normalize 239,240Pu and 137Cs inventories for variable ...
A year after the Fukushima nuclear accident, the emerging consensus among scientists is that its effects on physical health and the environment have so far been...
The viability versus cumulative 1O2 curves (Fig. 3C ⇓ and Fig. 4C ⇓ ) show no evidence of a shoulder, either by eye or in the fitting. This suggests that there is not a high threshold for cell killing, which is consistent with recent findings by Lilge et al. (24) on apoptotic cell death in normal rat brain tissue treated with Photofrin-PDT or with ALA-mediated PpIX-PDT. Our Annexin V assay indicates that a substantial fraction of the AML-5 cells undergo apoptosis 4 h after PDT, so that the apparent lack of a 1O2 shoulder may be due to the onset of apoptotic death at low doses. However, more detailed studies at low doses are required to confirm this.. The slopes of the 1O2 dose response curves (Fig. 5) ⇓ show that for the FC-PI assay, an average of 3050 ± 80 1O2 photon counts corresponded to a 1/e survival fraction. For the colony-forming assay, the corresponding value was 2100 ± 120 counts. It is not surprising that these slopes are different, given that the assays test different ...
As modern helmets have become quite capable of defeating the penetration capabilities of ballistic threats, Soldiers may experience head injuries due to blunt trauma caused by helmet back face deformation (BFD). Possible resulting injuries include skull fracture, hematoma, concussion, contusion, diffuse axonal injury, etc. Some of these injuries have been associated with traumatic brain injury. In order to assess potential injury mechanisms prior to fielding new helmets, we have developed a means to experimentally replicate and measure helmet BFD that can be correlated to injury criteria. In this study, helmet performance test methodology is developed using a digital image correlation (DIC) technique. DIC provides the capability to measure dynamic displacements, thereby providing the ability to calculate deformation, velocity, and acceleration rates. We have shown that digital image correlation is an experimentation technique that accurately captures BFD area and rate of deformation for impacts ...
Neuroimaging of emotional activation: Issues on Experimental Methodology, Analysis and Statistics, Styliadis, Charalampos, Papadelis Christos, and Bamidis Panagiotis , IFMBE ProceedingsXII Mediterranean Conference on Medical and Biological Engineering and Computing 2010Neuroimaging of emotional activation: Issues on Experimental Methodology, Analysis and Statistics, Volume 29, Berlin, Heidelberg, p.434 - 437, (2010) ...
Neuroimaging of emotional activation: Issues on Experimental Methodology, Analysis and Statistics, Styliadis, Charalampos, Papadelis Christos, and Bamidis Panagiotis , IFMBE ProceedingsXII Mediterranean Conference on Medical and Biological Engineering and Computing 2010Neuroimaging of emotional activation: Issues on Experimental Methodology, Analysis and Statistics, Volume 29, Berlin, Heidelberg, p.434 - 437, (2010) ...
Radioactive fallout from the Chernobyl accident affected parts of central Norway to a considerable extent, in particular the 134Cs+137Cs deposition had a significant impact on the natural environment. When this became apparent, a comprehensive radioecological research programme was initiated in order to study the behaviour of radiocaesium in boreal and alpine ecosystems, with emphasis on food-chains leading to exposure of species used for human consumption, i.e., reindeer and freshwater fish. In this paper results from the terrestrial part of this research programme during the period 1986-1990 are presented. The work was mainly confined to the mountain areas of Dovre and Rondane. Parallel studies were performed in eutrophic and strongly oligotrophic communities. The influence of local variations in topography and microclimate on the observed radiocaesium levels in topsoils, lichens and vascular plants was studied in detail. Currently a significant re-distribution of radiocaesium from the ...
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Dettenmaier, EM, Doucette WJ, Bugbee, B. 2008. Re-examining the relationship between plant uptake of organic chemicals and octanol water partition coefficients. Presented in a platform session at the 18th Annual AEHS Meeting and West Coast Conference on Soils, Sediments, and Water. San Diego, CA, March. 10-13.. ...
Two recent reports prepared by OREPA examine the case against the Uranium Processing Facility. You can download them (pdf files) here:. The first examines the spiraling costs and incoherent design process for the UPF:. Deciding Not to Build. The second report is OREPAs presentation at the Draft Y12 SWEIS hearing in Oak Ridge which proposes the construction of a Dedicated Dismantlement Facility in Oak Ridge:. Future of Y12. The Oak Ridge Environmental Peace Alliance submitted formal comments on the Final Y12 Site-Wide Environmental Impact Statement on Friday, April 1 and supplemented the comments with an additional letter on Monday, April 4, after the publication of an article detailing seismic concerns about buildings currently being used at Y12 for the production of nuclear weapons components. You can read a copy of OREPAs comments here:. OREPA comments on FSWEIS. and you can see the follow-up letter here:. SWEIS ltr. ...
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OAK RIDGE, N.C., July 21, 2017-- Oak Ridge Financial Services, Inc., the parent company of Bank of Oak Ridge, announced unaudited financial results for the second quarter of 2017 today.. Net income available to common stockholders of $765,000 for the three months ended June 30, 2017, up $199,000, or 35.2%, from $566,000 for the same period in 2016 Basic and diluted...
Abstract : A series of Gd(3+) complexes exhibiting a relaxometric response to zwitterionic amino acid neurotransmitters was synthesized. The design concept involves ditopic interactions 1) between a positively charged and coordinatively unsaturated Gd(3+) chelate and the carboxylate group of the neurotransmitters and 2) between an azacrown ether appended to the chelate and the amino group of the neurotransmitters. The chelates differ in the nature and length of the linker connecting the cyclen-type macrocycle that binds the Ln(3+) ion and the crown ether. The complexes are monohydrated, but they exhibit high proton relaxivities (up to 7.7 mM(-1) s(-1) at 60 MHz, 310 K) due to slow molecular tumbling. The formation of ternary complexes with neurotransmitters was monitored by (1) H relaxometric titrations of the Gd(3+) complexes and by luminescence measurements on the Eu(3+) and Tb(3+) analogues at pH 7.4. The remarkable relaxivity decrease (≈80 %) observed on neurotransmitter binding is related ...
Recommender systems research is being slowed by the difficulty of replicating and comparing research results. Published research uses various experimental methodologies and metrics that are difficult to compare. It also often fails to sufficiently document the details of proposed algorithms or the evaluations employed. Researchers waste time reimplementing well-known algorithms, and the new implementations may miss key details from the original algorithm or its subsequent refinements. When proposing new algorithms, researchers should compare them against finely-tuned implementations of the leading prior algorithms using state-of-the-art evaluation methodologies. With few exceptions, published algorithmic improvements in our field should be accompanied by working code in a standard framework, including test harnesses to reproduce the described results. To that end, we present the design and freely distributable source code of LensKit, a flexible platform for reproducible recommender systems ...
During the past decade several experimental methodologies were developed allowing for the study of the brain processes and of the information processing in the central nervous system. In the near future sensors, micro and nano-tecnhological instrumentation and signal processing algorithms for Neurosciences will have to be developed. Stem cell and neural systems engineering will also have a great impact. The objectives of this course are to allow for a close contact of the students with the lab techniques on biology and molecular biology that give insight on the working of the nervous system cells. Some of the techniques discussed in this unit are state of the art in Neurosciences.. ...
Data, research and country reviews on innovation including innovation in science and technology, research and knowledge management, public sector innovation and e-government., Governments worldwide increasingly rely on tax incentives in addition to direct support measures (e.g. grants) to promote R&D in firms and encourage innovation and economic growth. The OECD has developed experimental methodologies and a detailed database on R&D tax incentives with the latest indicators on the cost and information on the design and scope of R&D tax incentives.
I have pursued a breadth of research that explored the functional genomic study of eukaryotic transcriptional regulation. I have utilized two model organisms, many experimental methodologies, and have developed a suite of computational resources to study the interaction of transcription factors with regulated targets. In Saccharomyces cerevisiae I worked with my collaborator Dr. Zhanzhi (Mike) Hu to characterize the whole-genome transcriptional response of 263 individual transcription factor deletions. We utilized a sophisticated error model and directed-weighted graphs to model a network of high-confidence targets for each transcription factor profiled. We then used regulatory epistasis to elucidate the true set of primary KO-regulated targets and construct a functional transcriptional regulatory network. This network was analyzed for ontological and sequence motif enrichment in order to gain insight into the biological functions represented by transcription factors studied. Functional ...
When placed within the context of previous studies investigating perception and processing in vocal affect in ASDs, the current study underscores the strong influences of experimental methodology and choice of dependent variable on participants performance. The current task incorporated a set of simple emotions into an online verbal repetition task (Experiment 1A) associated with early-stage lexical processing and a binary classification paradigm (Experiment 1B) associated with late-stage postlexical decision making. Although the stimulus set and participants were invariant across Experiments 1A and 1B, the difference in task demands elicited very different results, with both groups appearing quite different when repetition latencies were tracked and more similar when semantic categorization was used. This points to effects of emotional prosody on speech processing in ASDs being highly susceptible to effects of task demands. Therefore, it is perhaps to be expected that the studies thus far in ...
The 2nd international intercomparison on EPR tooth dosimetry. Radiat. Meas., Vol.32 (2000): 549-557, Wieser, A., Mehta, K., Amira, S., Aragno, D., Bercea, S., Brik, A., Bugai, A., Callens, F., Chumak, V., Ciesielski, B., Debuyst, R., Duliu, O.G., Fattibene, P., Haskell, E.H., Hayes, R.B., Ignatiev, E.A., Ivannikov, A., Kirillov, V., Kleschenko, E., Nakamura, N., Nowak, J., Onori, S., Pass, B., Pivovarov, S., Romanyukha, A., Shames, A.I., Scherbina, O., Sholom, S., Tikounov, D.D., Toyoda, S.. ...
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