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Avaliação das condições de extração de voláteis de pimenta tabasco por HS-SPME. Repositório Alice
MESQUITA, W. S.; LUZ, A. B.; DA SILVA, L. C.; PEREIRA, R. de C. A.; GARRUTI, D. dos S..
Tipo: Artigo em anais de congresso (ALICE) Palavras-chave: Aroma; Gas chromatography; Capsicum frutescens; Standardization; Aroma; Cromatografia em fase gasosa; Capsicum frutescens; Padronização.
Ano: 2016 URL: http://www.alice.cnptia.embrapa.br/handle/doc/1058697
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Campagne RNOSED 1998 - Analyse de la contamination des sédiments du littoral Nord / Pas-de-Calais / Picardie ArchiMer
Desombre, Julie; Lefebvre, Alain; Bucas, Karenn.
The National Network of Observation (RNO) of the IFREMER is a monitoring network of the quality of the marine environment. This report is interested in the results of series of measurement from the RNO sediment of 1998 and relates to the analysis of the contamination of the coastal sediments from the Belgian coastal zone to Fécamp. Measurements relate to heavy metals and the organic compounds the such Polyaromatic Hydrocarbons (HAP), Polychlorobiphényles (PCB) and pesticides (DDT, Lindane). A statistical processing is carried out starting from the standardized metal contents and of the organic rough contents in order to highlight possible regroupings of intake points per level of pollution. The origins of the contamination given thanks to an inventory of...
Tipo: Text Palavras-chave: Sédiment; RNO; Normalisation; Contaminants; Apports anthropiques; Sediment; RNO; Standardization; Contaminants; Anthropic fluxes.
Ano: 2004 URL: http://archimer.ifremer.fr/doc/00167/27821/26014.pdf
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Études méthodologiques développées à l'échelle nationale. Livrable 1 – Confiance et précision pour l'indicateur M-AMBI ArchiMer
Brun, Mélanie.
The index used by France to assess the quality of coastal water bodies of the Water Framework Directive (WFD), for the Channel-Atlantic coast and for the quality element "soft substratum benthic invertebrates" is the M-AMBI. In their work, Sigovini et al. (2013) compare several methods of calculating M-AMBI and alternative indices with the values of M-AMBI. Their results show strong correlations between the values of the M-AMBI and those of the proposed alternatives. In a first step, the present work aims to compare M-AMBI values, obtained during the application of the assessment procedure of the quality of coastal water bodies for the Channel-Atlantic coast on the 2007 and 2010 data, with the values obtained for various alternative calculations and...
Tipo: Text Palavras-chave: M-AMBI; Richesse; Indice de Shannon-Weaver; AMBI; Analyse factorielle; Directive Cadre sur l’Eau; Contrôles de surveillance 2007 et 2010; Standardisation; Bootstrap; Invertébrés benthiques; Manche-Atlantique; M-AMBI; Richness; Shannon-Weaver index; AMBI; Factor analysis; Water Framework Directive; Monitoring 2007 and 2010; Standardization; Bootstrap; Benthic invertebrates; Channel-Atlantic coast.
Ano: 2016 URL: http://archimer.ifremer.fr/doc/00333/44394/44025.pdf
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Evolution de l’activité des flottilles ciblant le Lieu noir en Mer du Nord. Quels impacts sur les captures par unité d’effort de pêche de la flottille de tuning ? ArchiMer
Faillettaz, Robin.
The 2011’s stock assessment pointed out an important decrease in the biomass of the North Sea saithe within 2009, while it was regarded for several years as a symbol of the sustainable management of the North Sea stocks. Meanwhile, an increasing spatial competition with other fleets has been reported since 2008 in the North of Shetland, where the majority of catches occur. This study was carried out to confirm and assess the extent of the changes in the distribution of fishing effort and to define if it could be linked to the collapse of the Catch Per Unit Effort (CPUE) in 2009. Exploratory analyses were held to calibrate the tuning fleet and to identify areas of the North Sea specific to certain species. These factors were then used as explanatory...
Tipo: Text Palavras-chave: Dynamique des pêcheries; Captures Par Unité d’Effort; Standardisation; Échantillonnage; Lieu noir; Fisheries dynamics; Catch Per Unit Effort; Standardization; Sampling; North Sea saithe.
Ano: 2012 URL: http://archimer.ifremer.fr/doc/00089/20052/18120.pdf
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Goodness of fit comparisons among five bayesian models in genome-wide association of tick resistance in brazilian Hereford and Braford beef cattle. Repositório Alice
SOLLERO, B. P.; GOMES, C. C. G.; ROSO, V. M.; HIGA, R. H.; YOKOO, M. J.; CARDOSO, L. L.; CAETANO, A. R.; CARDOSO, F. F..
This study aimed to compare five models fitness and top effect SNPs obtained with three different Bayesian GWAS methods applied to cattle tick resistance in Braford and Hereford.
Tipo: Artigo em anais de congresso (ALICE) Palavras-chave: Marker effects; Polimorfismo de nucleotídeo único; Genome wide association studies; Gado de corte; Beef cattle; Genomics; Standardization; Single nucleotide polymorphism.
Ano: 2014 URL: http://www.alice.cnptia.embrapa.br/handle/doc/1003693
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Including 38 kHz in the standardization protocol for hydroacoustic fish surveys in temperate lakes ArchiMer
Mouget, Anne; Goulon, Chloé; Axenrot, Thomas; Balk, Helge; Lebourges-dhaussy, Anne; Godlewska, Malgorzata; Guillard, Jean.
Hydroacoustics has become a requisite method to assess fish populations and allows to describe the relationships of fish with other elements of the aquatic ecosystem. This nonintrusive method is currently an integral part of the sampling procedures recommended for fish stock assessment by the Water Framework Directive and has been standardized by the European Committee for Standardization [CEN (2014) CSN EN 15910 ‐ Water quality ‐ Guidance on the estimation of fish abundance with mobile hydroacoustic methods, Category: 7577 Water quality. Biological.]. In Europe, hydroacoustic surveys are performed in freshwater using different frequencies. Consequently, there is a need to evaluate if survey results can be compared. This study aimed to carry out in situ...
Tipo: Text Palavras-chave: Fisheries acoustics; Frequencies comparison; Freshwater; Hydroacoustics; Lake; Standardization.
Ano: 2019 URL: https://archimer.ifremer.fr/doc/00484/59605/62619.pdf
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Instructions to the Marine Meteorological Observers, 7th Edition. OceanDocs
The ocean meteorological program of the Weather Bureau has two separate and distinct parts. First, there is the daily service by radio. Owing to the need for brevity, the radio reports contain a limited amount of essential information. The daily weather reports from ships and islands reveal the conditions over the ocean; when assembled on a map, including continental reports, they give a picture of weather conditions existing momentarily over a large region. A collection of observations is immediately returned to the mariner by radio broadcast so that he may draw his own weather map on shipboard. By this process, the weather at the earth's surface is mapped and much can be inferred as to conditions above the surface. Formation and movement of storms are...
Tipo: Book Palavras-chave: Instrument platforms; Meteorological instruments; Oceanographic instruments; Methodology; Standardization; Measurement; Climate; Climatology; Atmosphere-ocean system.
Ano: 1941 URL: http://hdl.handle.net/1834/5239
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Instructions to the Marine Meteorological Observers of the U. S. Weather Bureau, 1st edition. OceanDocs
Page, James.
The form of weather Report at present issued to vessels by the U. S. weather Bureau is a slight modification of that devised by the U. S. Signal Service for the purpose of its series of International Simultaneous Meteorological Observations, covering the period 1878- 1887, which form in its turn superseded the once well-known Meteorological Journal. The last-mentioned form of record, which went into effect in 1876, and which was in many respects identical with that recommended by the Maritime Conference held at Brussels in 1853, contemplated that the various meteorological observations should be entered at the end of every two hours throughout the twenty-four, or a total of twelve sets of observations per day. The new form demanded, in place of this...
Tipo: Book Palavras-chave: Instrument platforms; Meteorological instruments; Oceanographic instruments; Methodology; Standardization; Measurement; Climate; Climatology; Ocean-atmosphere system; Manuals; Instrument handbooks; Training aids.
Ano: 1906 URL: http://hdl.handle.net/1834/5218
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Instructions to the Marine Meteorological Observers of the U. S. Weather Bureau, 2nd edition. OceanDocs
Heiskell, Henry L..
The form of Weather Report at present issued to vessels by the U. S. Weather Bureau is a slight modification of that devised by the U. S. Signal Service for the purpose of its series of International Simultaneous Meteorological Observations, covering the period 1878-1887, which form in its turn superseded the once well-known Meteorological Journal. The last-mentioned form of record, which went into effect in 1876, and which was in many respects identical with that recommended by the Maritime Conference held at Brussels in 1853, contemplated that the various meteorological observations should be entered at the end of every two hours throughout the twenty-four, or a total of twelve sets of observations a day. The new form demanded, in place of this series, a...
Tipo: Book Palavras-chave: Instrument platforms; Meteorological instruments; Oceanographic instruments; Methodology; Standardization; Measurement; Climate; Climatology; Ocean-atmosphere system; Manuals; Instrument handbooks; Training aids.
Ano: 1908 URL: http://hdl.handle.net/1834/5219
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Instructions to the Marine Meteorological Observers of the U. S. Weather Bureau, 3rd edition. OceanDocs
Heiskell, Henry L..
Introduction.- The Meteorological Report at present issued to vessels by the U. S. Weather Bureau, for forwarding observations , is a slight modification of that devised by the U. S. Signal Service for the purpose of its series of International Simultaneous Meteorological Observations, covering the period 1878-1887, which form in its turn superseded the once well-known Meteorological Journal. The last-mentioned form of record, which went into effect in 1876, and wh ch was in many respects identical with that recommended by the Maritime Conference held at Brussels in 1853, contemplated that the various meteorological observations should be entered at the end of every two hours throughout the twenty-f our, or a total of twelve sets of observations a day. The...
Tipo: Book Palavras-chave: Instrument platforms; Meteorological instruments; Oceanographic instruments; Methodology; Standardization; Measurement; Climate; Climatology; Ocean-atmosphere system; Manuals; Instrument handbooks; Training aids.
Ano: 1910 URL: http://hdl.handle.net/1834/5221
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Instructions to the Marine Meteorological Observers of the U. S. Weather Bureau, 4th edition. OceanDocs
The ocean meteorological program of the Weather Bureau calls in general for the making of but one regular observation a day, this, as well known, being made at noon G.M.T. (civil). However, in certain designated areas from which observations are transmitted by radiotelegraphy an additional regular observation is provided for at Greenwich midnight. Supplementing these regular observations are extra ones made under conditions of threatening or severe weather, gale and storm reports, and descriptive notes of weather experienced between observations, the last- named taking the form of a Daily Journal. The total requirements are such, however, as to make the smallest possible demands on observers consistent with the needs of the Bureau in me ting its...
Tipo: Book Palavras-chave: Instrument platforms; Meteorological instruments; Oceanographic instruments; Methodology; Standardization; Measurement; Climate; Climatology; Ocean-atmosphere system; Manuals; Instrument handbooks; Training aids.
Ano: 1925 URL: http://hdl.handle.net/1834/5222
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Instructions to the Marine Meteorological Observers of the U. S. Weather Bureau, 5th edition. OceanDocs
The ocean meteorological program of the Weather Bureau calls in general for the making of but one regular observation a day, this, as well known, being made at noon· Greenwich mean time, (civil). However, in certain designated areas from which observations are transmitted by radiotelegraphy an additional regular observation is provided for at Greenwich midnight. Supplementing these regular observations are extra ones made under conditions of threatening or severe weather, gale and storm reports, and descriptive notes of weather experienced between observations, the lastnamed taking the form of a Daily Journal. The total requirements are such, however, as to make the smallest possible demands on observers consistent with the needs of the bureau in meeting...
Tipo: Book Palavras-chave: Instrument platforms; Meteorological instruments; Oceanographic instruments; Methodology; Standardization; Measurement; Climate; Climatology; Ocean-atmosphere system.
Ano: 1929 URL: http://hdl.handle.net/1834/5237
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Instructions to the Marine Meteorological Observers of the U. S. Weather Bureau, 6th edition OceanDocs
The ocean meteorological program of the Weather Bureau has two separate and distinct parts. First, there is the daily service by radio. Owing to the need for brevity, the radio reports contain a limited amount of essential information. The daily weather reports from ships and islands reveal the conditions over the ocean; when assembled on a map, including continental reports, they give a picture of weather conditions existing momentarily over a large region. A collection of observations is immediately returned to the mariner by radio broadcast so that he may draw his own weather map on shipboard. By this process, the weather at the earth's surface is mapped and much can be inferred as to conditions above the surface. Formation and movement of storms are...
Tipo: Book Palavras-chave: Instrument platforms; Meteorological instruments; Oceanographic instruments; Methodology; Standardization; Measurement; Climate; Climatology; Ocean-atmosphere system.
Ano: 1938 URL: http://hdl.handle.net/1834/5238
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Manual of Marine Meteorological Observations, Eighth edition. OceanDocs
The Conference of Brussels, called in 1853, was the first International Maritime Conference ever held. It sponsored the idea that Governments should foster systematic weather observations on ships, and should prepare and publish charts of the prevailing winds, ocean currents, average sea and air temperatures, and tracks of dangerous storms based on the additional data. With the introduction of radio and fast ships, weather information became of vital importance to safe and efficient ship operation. Many countries began regularly scheduled weather forecasts to ships in nearby waters. Today, weather forecasts as well as charts arc prepared from data collected through ship observations. Forecasts of weather and sea conditions arc prepared for ship operation,...
Tipo: Book Palavras-chave: Instrument platforms; Meteorological instruments; Oceanographic instruments; Methodology; Standardization; Measurement; Climate; Climatology; Ocean-atmosphere system.
Ano: 1950 URL: http://hdl.handle.net/1834/5240
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Manual of Marine Meteorological Observations, Ninth edition OceanDocs
The Conference of Brussels, called in 1853, was the first International Maritime Conference ever held. It sponsored the idea that governments should foster systematic weather observations on ships, and should prepare and publish charts of the prevailing winds, ocean currents, average sea and air temperatures, and tracks of dangerous storms based on the additional data. With the introduction of radio and fast ships, weather information became of vital importance to safe and efficient ship operation. Many countries began regularly scheduled weather forecasts to ships in nearby waters. Today, weather forecasts as well as charts are prepared from data collected through ship observations. Forecasts of weather and sea conditions arc prepared for ship operation,...
Tipo: Book Palavras-chave: Instrument platforms; Meteorological instruments; Oceanographic instruments; Methodology; Standardization; Measurement; Climate; Climatology; Ocean-atmosphere system.
Ano: 1954 URL: http://hdl.handle.net/1834/5241
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Manual of Marine Meteorological Observations, Ninth edition, Change No. 1 OceanDocs
Change #1 to Circular M consists of the attached page changes; i.e., pages v-vi, 3-6, 27-30, 39-40, 47-54, 67-68 and 71-86. These changes are effective January 1, 1955, as indicated at the top o'£ each page in which changes were made. As a. further aid in identification, an asterisk has been placed in the left margin at the beginning of sections, paragraphs, lines, tables, etc., in which changes were made. In summary, the changes pertain to the fallowing: 1. Use of the symbol "X" in coding, wherever a. slant ( /) was used in the past. 2. Changes in Code Table 6, Symbol ww - Present Weather (mostly of a clarifying nature) 3. Changes in the definitions of code figures 0, 1 and 2 of Code Table 7, Symbol W - Past Weather. 4. Changes in the meaning of code...
Tipo: Book Palavras-chave: Instrument platforms; Meteorological instruments; Oceanographic instruments; Methodology; Standardization; Measurement; Climate; Climatology; Ocean-atmosphere system.
Ano: 1955 URL: http://hdl.handle.net/1834/5242
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Manual of Marine Meteorological Observations, Tenth edition. OceanDocs
The Conference of Brussels, called in 1853, was the first International Maritime Conference ever held. It sponsored the idea that governments should foster systematic weather observations on ships, and should prepare and publish charts of the prevailing winds, ocean currents, average sea and air temperatures, and tracks of dangerous storms based on the additional data. With the introduction of radio and fast ships, weather information became of vital importance to safe and efficient ship operation. Many countries began regularly scheduled weather forecasts to ships in nearby waters. Today, weather forecasts as well as charts are prepared from data collected through ship observations. Forecasts of weather and sea conditions arc prepared for ship operation,...
Tipo: Book Palavras-chave: Instrument platforms; Meteorological instruments; Oceanographic instruments; Methodology; Standardization; Measurement; Climate; Climatology; Ocean-atmosphere system.
Ano: 1959 URL: http://hdl.handle.net/1834/5243
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Methodology for Single-Cell Genetic Analysis of Planktonic Foraminifera for Studies of Protist Diversity and Evolution ArchiMer
Weiner, Agnes K. M.; Morard, Raphael; Weinkauf, Manuel F. G.; Darling, Kate F.; André, Aurore; Quillévéré, Frédéric; Ujiie, Yurika; Douady, Christophe J.; De Vargas, Colomban; Kucera, Michal.
Single-cell genetic analysis is an essential method to investigate the biodiversity and evolutionary ecology of marine protists. In protist groups that do not reproduce under laboratory conditions, this approach provides the only means to directly associate molecular sequences with cell morphology. The resulting unambiguous taxonomic identification of the DNA sequences is a prerequisite for barcoding and analyses of environmental metagenomic data. Extensive single-cell genetic studies have been carried out on planktonic foraminifera over the past 20 years to elucidate their phylogeny, cryptic diversity, biogeography, and the relationship between genetic and morphological variability. In the course of these investigations, it has become evident that genetic...
Tipo: Text Palavras-chave: Foraminifera; Protists; Single-cell genetics; Cryptic diversity; Comparability; Methods; Laboratory protocols; Standardization.
Ano: 2016 URL: https://archimer.ifremer.fr/doc/00383/49460/49938.pdf
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Nuove dinamiche nel commercio dei prodotti agroalimentari: resistenze all’adozione dell’e-commerce nelle relazioni B2B AgEcon
Pignatti, Erika; Canavari, Maurizio; Spadoni, Roberta.
Since some decades, agri-food products exchanges can be carried on using Information and Communication Technology (ICT) tools. Anyway, their adoption in the agri-food sector appears to be hindered, both because of consolidated dynamics in developing B2B transactions, and of the peculiarities of the agri-food products themselves. The lack of direct relationships between partner heighten problems connected with food safety assessments, and with the definition of standardized production practices able to match business partner’ needs. Standardization is the key point in the relationship between e-commerce and agri-food sector. As for some products it is possible to define standardized requirements, it is hard to find a collocation for the wide range of...
Tipo: Working or Discussion Paper Palavras-chave: E-commerce; B2B transactions; Agri-food products; Standardization; Quality requirements; Agribusiness; International Relations/Trade; Q13.
Ano: 2008 URL: http://purl.umn.edu/42890
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Nuove dinamiche nel commercio dei prodotti agroalimentari: resistenze all’adozione dell’e-commerce nelle relazioni business-to-business AgEcon
Pignatti, Erika; Spadoni, Roberta; Canavari, Maurizio.
Since some decades, agrifood products exchanges can be carried on using Information and Communication Technology (ICT) tools. Anyway, their adoption in the agrifood sector appears to be hindered, both because of consolidated dynamics in developing B2B transactions, and of the peculiarities of the agrifood products themselves. The lack of direct relationships between partners heighten problems connected with food safety assessments, and with the definition of standardized production practices able to match business partners’ needs. Standardization is the key point in the relationship between e-commerce and agrifood sector. As for some products it is possible to define standardized requirements, it is hard to find a collocation for the wide range of agrifood...
Tipo: Conference Paper or Presentation Palavras-chave: E-commerce; B2B Transactions; Agrifood Products; Standardization; Quality Requirement; Q13.
Ano: 2008 URL: http://purl.umn.edu/48175
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