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Console Demos
by g0blinish
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Full demo information and links at https://www.pouet.net/prod.php?which=78751 CompoFiller by g0blinish Type: 4k Release Date: november 2018 Release Party: Silly Venture Release Compo: console demo Ranked: 4
Console Demos
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Full demo information and links at https://www.pouet.net/prod.php?which=80612 Dangan GB +4 trainer by phantasy Type: cracktro Release Date: march 2019 Release Party:
Software Library: C64 Demos
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Full demo information and links at https://www.pouet.net/prod.php?which=82639 Laxity Intro #88 (Narrow Printer) by Laxity Type: 4k Release Date: august 2019 Release Party:
Software Library: C64 Demos
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Full demo information and links at https://www.pouet.net/prod.php?which=83577 Laxity Intro #91 (Colorations of Grey) by Laxity Type: 8k Release Date: october 2019 Release Party:
Software Library: C64 Demos
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Full demo information and links at https://www.pouet.net/prod.php?which=83202 Laxity Intro #90 (Stoned in Space) by Laxity Type: 8k Release Date: october 2019 Release Party:
Software Library: C64 Demos
by Excess
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Full demo information and links at https://www.pouet.net/prod.php?which=83362 Big Scroll Intro by Excess Type: 8k Release Date: october 2019 Release Party:
Software Library: C64 Demos
by Hokuto Force
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Full demo information and links at https://www.pouet.net/prod.php?which=83609 Get Witchy by Hokuto Force Type: game Release Date: november 2019 Release Party:
Software Library: C64 Demos
by Mayday!
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Full demo information and links at https://www.pouet.net/prod.php?which=83566 Orykon by Mayday! Type: 8k Release Date: october 2019 Release Party:
Software Library: C64 Demos
by Abyss Connection
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Full demo information and links at https://www.pouet.net/prod.php?which=84415 Sharp! by Abyss Connection Type: demo Release Date: december 2019 Release Party: Under Construction Release Compo: oldskool demo Ranked: 2
WARCZone: Outsider WARCs
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WARCs for 2018 PyeongChang Olympics: 2018 winter olympics primetime show feb 18
WARCs for 2018 PyeongChang Olympics: 211PROF03 203511
WARCs for 2018 PyeongChang Olympics: 211PROF02 203507
WARCs for 2018 PyeongChang Olympics: 214NBCSN01 204264
WARCs for 2018 PyeongChang Olympics: 224PROF02 203177
WARCs for 2018 PyeongChang Olympics: 224PROF03 203180
WARCs for 2018 PyeongChang Olympics (Test Footage): 225BOB01 203566
WARCs for 2018 PyeongChang Olympics (Test Footage): NBC stream PID 200067
WARCs for 2018 PyeongChang Olympics (Test Footage): 225NBC02 203736
WARCs for 2018 PyeongChang Olympics: biathlon womens sprint
WARCs for 2018 PyeongChang Paralympics: Alpine Skiing 315ALP02 204767
WARCs for 2018 PyeongChang Paralympics: Curling 317CUR01 204779
Mendeley Climate Change Library
by undefined Shweta; Bimal K. Bhattacharya; Akhouri Pramod Krishna
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The annual water loss through evapotranspiration (ET) is an uncertain but significant component of India's water budget. The present study generated independent estimates of baseline annual ET, calibrated with in situ micrometeorological data over Indian sub-continent, using surface energy balance framework and satellite-based long-term thermal remote sensing, visible and near-infrared observations as the primary data sources. Thirty years’ (1981–2010) of satellite-based ET estimates at...
Topics: Surface energy balance, Thermal remote sensing
Mendeley Climate Change Library
by Qiyuan Wang; Junji Cao; Yongming Han; Jie Tian; Yue Zhang; Siwatt Pongpiachan; Li Li; Xinyi Niu; Zhenxing Shen; Zhuzi Zhao; Danai Tipmanee; Suratta Bunsomboonsakul; Yang Chen; Jian Sun
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A lack of information on the radiative effects of refractory black carbon (rBC) emitted from biomass burning is a significant gap in our understanding of climate change. A custom-made combustion chamber was used to simulate the open burning of crop residues and investigate the impacts of rBC size and mixing state on the particles' optical properties. Average rBC mass median diameters ranged from 141 to 162 nm for the rBC produced from different types of crop residues. The number fraction of...
Topics: Biomass burning, Black carbon, Light absorption, Mixing state, Size distribution
Mendeley Climate Change Library
by Valentin Melnikov; Valeria V. Krzhizhanovskaya; Michael H. Lees; Peter M.A. Sloot
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Thermal comfort of people in outdoor urban spaces is a growing concern in cities due to climate change and urbanization. In outdoor settings the climate and behavior of people are more dynamic than in indoor situations, therefore a steady state of the thermoregulatory system is rarely reached. Understanding the dynamics of outdoor thermal comfort requires accurate predictive models. In this paper we extend a classical two-node model of human body thermal regulation. We give a detailed...
Topics: Human body thermal regulation, Outdoor thermal comfort, System dynamics, Two-node model
Mendeley Climate Change Library
by Won Jun Jang; Jae Oh Shim; Hak Min Kim; Seong Yeun Yoo
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Because the whole world is under threat from climate change, 195 countries decided to reduce greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions by adopting the “Paris Agreement”. The mitigation and utilization of GHG have become the most significant challenges in the area of green energy research. One feasible solution is the reforming of methane with carbon dioxide (called dry reforming of methane, DRM) that converts the two main GHGs (CO 2 and CH 4 ) into synthesis gas (H 2 and CO), which is a resource for...
Topics: CO 2 utilization, Carbon formation, Catalytic property, Dry reforming of methane, Greenhouse gas,...
Mendeley Climate Change Library
by Jean C. Pfau
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The study of asbestos immunotoxicity is generally applied toward understanding the mechanisms that lead to its infamous outcomes, mesothelioma and asbestosis, rather than as an outcome itself. However, emerging evidence suggests that asbestos exposure has critical inflammatory and autoimmune effects. Although crystalline silica is broadly accepted as an exposure trigger for systemic autoimmune diseases (SAID), the literature supporting asbestos as another SAID trigger is limited. Challenges for...
Topics: Autoimmunity, Environmental, Libby amphibole, Naturally occurring asbestos (NOA), Pleural fibrosis
Mendeley Climate Change Library
by Matthew McLean; David Mouillot; Martin Lindegren; Georg Engelhard; Sébastien Villéger; Anik Brind'Amour; Arnaud Auber
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Sustainably managing natural resources under climate change requires understanding how species distribution shifts can impact ecosystem structure and functioning. While numerous studies have documented changes in species’ distributions and abundances in response to warming [1, 2], the consequences for the functional structure of ecosystems (i.e., composition of species’ functional traits) have received less attention. Here, using thirty years of fish monitoring, we show that two connected...
Topics: climate change, distribution shifts, ecosystem functioning, fisheries, functional traits, pelagic...
Mendeley Climate Change Library
by Shiliang Liu; Wenping Li; Wei Qiao; Qiqing Wang; Yanbo Hu; Zhenkang Wang
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Variation in vegetation can provide fundamental information about environment and resources management, especially in mining areas with vulnerable ecosystems. Research has demonstrated that vegetation patterns across river basins, plateaus, and mountains have been affected by climate change. However, variation in vegetation caused by natural conditions and mining activities in arid and semiarid mining areas is rarely examined. Using the Yushenfu mining area as a case study, based on the Sen +...
Topic: Variation in vegetation
Mendeley Climate Change Library
by Astghik Mavisakalyan; Yashar Tarverdi
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This paper investigates whether female political representation in national parliaments influences climate change policy outcomes. Based on data from a large sample of countries, we demonstrate that female representation leads countries to adopt more stringent climate change policies. We exploit a combination of full and partial identification approaches to suggest that this relationship is likely to be causal. Moreover, we show that through its effect on the stringency of climate change...
Topics: Climate change, Environmental policy, Gender, Political representation
Mendeley Climate Change Library
by A. Gomiero; R. G.J. Bellerby; M. Manca Zeichen; L. Babbini; A. Viarengo
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Recently, there has been a growing concern that climate change may rapidly and extensively alter global ecosystems with unknown consequences for terrestrial and aquatic life. While considerable emphasis has been placed on terrestrial ecology consequences, aquatic environments have received relatively little attention. Limited knowledge is available on the biological effects of increments of seawater temperature and pH decrements on key ecological species, i.e., primary producers and/or...
Topic: Ocean acidification
Mendeley Climate Change Library
by Germain Bayon; Enno Schefuß; Emmanuel Ponzevera; Lydie Dupont; Alberto V. Borges; Bernard Dennielou; Thibault Lambert; Gesine Mollenhauer; Laurence Monin; Charlotte Skonieczny; Luc André
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There is increasing evidence that abrupt vegetation shifts and large-scale erosive phases occurred in Central Africa during the third millennium before present. Debate exists as to whether these events were caused by climate change and/or intensifying human activities related to the Bantu expansion. In this study, we report on a multi-proxy investigation of a sediment core (KZR-23) recovered from the Congo submarine canyon. Our aim was to reconstruct climate, erosion and vegetation patterns in...
Topics: Congo Basin, ENSO, deforestation, human land-use, neodymium isotopes, suspended particulates
International forest governance is being established and implemented and influences national forest policies and strategies and international relationships among countries. International forest-related negotiations, including climate change, desertification, and biodiversity pressure states to respond to environmental and forest issues. States cooperate to achieve the shared goals of forest resource management. Bilateral forest cooperation is one way to implement agreements made by the global...
Topics: Accountability, Agreement, Bilateral cooperation, Reciprocity, Regime
Mendeley Climate Change Library
by Emna Boughariou; Nabila Allouche; Ikram Jmal; Naziha Mokadem; Bachaer Ayed; Soumaya Hajji; Hafedh Khanfir; Salem Bouri
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The water resources are exhausted by the increasing demand related to the population growth. They are also affected by climate circumstances, especially in arid and semi-arid regions. These areas are already undergoing noticeable shortages and low annual precipitation rate. This paper presents a numerical model of the Sfax shallow aquifer system that was developed by coupling the geographical information system tool ArcGIS 9.3 and ground water modeling system GMS6.5's interface, ground water...
Topics: ArcGIS, Climate change, GMS, Hydrogeological modeling, MODFLOW
Mendeley Climate Change Library
by Nicolas Francart; Mathias Larsson; Tove Malmqvist; Martin Erlandsson
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This study investigates how Swedish municipalities work to reduce the climate change impact of building construction. It focuses on current practices related to promoting the use of sustainable construction materials and on barriers to environmental requirements in construction, in particular environmental performance requirements based on LCA procedures. Municipalities were surveyed about the existence of municipal policies dealing with environmental issues in construction, the knowledge level...
Topics: Climate change impact, Construction, Environmental requirement, LCA, Municipality, Policy
Mendeley Climate Change Library
by Yuan Fang; S. Thomas Ng; Zhendong Ma; Hongyang Li
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Carbon emissions contribute substantially to climate change. Many researchers believe that the construction industry can contribute significantly to carbon dioxide reduction through cleaner and more sustainable building production and construction, e.g. low energy building design and the use of low carbon materials. Nonetheless, the environmental impacts associated with construction process should not be underestimated. Despite that, as construction process is complex and involves many...
Topics: Carbon emissions, Construction logistics process, Construction process, Emission factor, Quota...
Mendeley Climate Change Library
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The rising construction output in India and its future potential, fuelled by rapid economic growth and socio-economic transitions, has necessitated sustainability integration into lifecycles of construction projects. The imperatives and implications of this integration transcend India's boundaries by influencing the global efforts in mitigating climate change and realizing the sustainable development goals. Yet, there is lack of studies that synthesize and critically evaluate the available...
Topic: Triple Bottom Line
This paper studies the impacts of renewable energy support policies on energy prices, fossil fuel supply and thus carbon emissions from fossil fuels. Such supports are climate friendly if the renewables are already competitive against fossil fuels. But if the renewables are not yet competitive, the climate change impacts are often ambiguous and are sensitive to capacity constraints of renewables production and to the fossil fuel market structure. If the renewables do not have capacity...
Topics: Capacity constraints, Carbon accounting, Climate change, Green paradox, Market power
Mendeley Climate Change Library
by Rachael H. Nolan; Jennifer Sinclair; David J. Eldridge; Daniel Ramp
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Carbon abatement schemes that reduce land clearing and promote revegetation are now an important component of climate change policy globally. There is considerable potential for these schemes to operate in drylands which are spatially extensive. However, projects in these environments risk failure through unplanned release of stored carbon to the atmosphere. In this review, we identify factors that may adversely affect the success of vegetation-based carbon abatement projects in dryland...
Topics: Aridity, Drought, Grazing, Primary productivity, Wildfire
Mendeley Climate Change Library
by Nnaemeka Vincent Emodi; Taha Chaiechi; A. B.M.Rabiul Alam Beg
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The energy system is a vital infrastructure which can be vulnerable to climate variability and change (CV&C) impacts. Understanding the impacts can prevent disruption and inform policy decision making. This study applied a scoping review in a systematic manner following the Joanna Briggs Institute guidelines to identify consistent patterns of CV&C impacts on the energy system, map and locate research gaps in the literature. A total of 176 studies were identified as eligible for...
Topics: Impact assessment, Scoping review
Mendeley Climate Change Library
by Shide Huang; Kaituan Chen; Xia Xu; Honghua Ruan; Fanglin Tan; Han Y.H. Chen
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Both increasing frequency of drought and drought duration are expected for many terrestrial ecosystems under on-going climate change. However, our understanding of the drought effect on soil respiration (R s ), which comprises the second largest carbon (C) flux of the global C cycle, remains limited. To explore the effects of reduced precipitation on R s and its components, we conducted an experiment of throughfall rainfall exclusion during two consecutive growing seasons in a subtropical...
Topics: Autotrophic soil respiration, Fine root, Heterotrophic soil respiration, Microbial biomass carbon,...
Mendeley Climate Change Library
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Biodiversity loss in urban landscapes is a global challenge. Climate change is a major driving force behind biodiversity loss worldwide. Using Wellington, New Zealand as a research site, the aim of this research is to show how the most suitable patches of vegetation in urban landscapes can be identified, ranked, and prioritised as potential urban wildlife sanctuaries. This is in order to protect vulnerable indigenous fauna from some of the indirect impacts of climate change such as increased...
Topics: Indigenous fauna, Landscape composition and configuration, Rising temperatures, Urban biodiversity,...
Console Demos
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Full demo information and links at https://www.pouet.net/prod.php?which=76329 vampires by K-Storm Type: demo Release Date: june 2018 Release Party: Very Important Party Release Compo: oldskool demo Ranked: 5
Mendeley Climate Change Library
by Alberto Arzac; Vicente Rozas; Philippe Rozenberg; José M. Olano
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Deciphering climatic factors limiting cambial activity is critical to forecast the potential of trees to respond to ongoing climatic change. We explored multiple xylem traits, including tree-ring width, inter-annual microdensity variation and intra-annual density fluctuations (IADF), to unveil the climatic factors constraining cambial activity of a Mediterranean conifer (Pinus pinaster) along a continental-aridity gradient. Secondary growth responded mainly to water availability, explaining as...
Topics: Cambial activity, Intra-annual density fluctuations (IADF), Mediterranean climate, Secondary...
Mendeley Climate Change Library
by María Díaz-Redondo; Miguel Marchamalo; Gregory Egger; Fernando Magdaleno
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The Mediterranean region is recognized as one of Earth's biodiversity hotspots, but disconnection of habitats and fluxes of energy and nutrients have made them particularly vulnerable to external perturbations in the current context of global warming. This paper presents a multitemporal approach to understand how past human impacts have led to present deficits in fluvial dynamics and to propose and assess possible future restoration scenarios. First, biogeomorphic regression and progression...
Topics: Biogeomorphology, Middle Ebro River, Process-based restoration, Scenarios
Mendeley Climate Change Library
by Zhenyue Lin; Liuying Wang; Mingliang Chen; Jianming Chen
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Little is known about how the coral host and its endosymbiont interactions change when they are exposed to a sudden nonlinear environmental transformation, yet this is crucial to coral survival in extreme events. Here, we present a study that investigates the transcriptomic response of corals and their endosymbionts to an abrupt change in pH (pH 7.60 and 8.35). The transcriptome indicates that the endosymbiont demonstrates a synchronized downregulation in carbon acquisition and fixation...
Mendeley Climate Change Library
by Asif Ishtiaque; Hallie Eakin; Netra Chhetri; Soe W. Myint; Ashraf Dewan; Mohammad Kamruzzaman
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The multidimensional impacts of climate change necessitate participation of large scale organizations in the management of vulnerability to climate change. Operating at multiple levels of governance, these organizations help manage the deleterious effects of changing climate for different sectors of human-environment systems. How they frame vulnerability, what influences their framings, why are their framings aligned or misaligned: while these are critical questions for managing vulnerability,...
Topics: Bangladesh, Framings, Hotspots, Multilevel, Organizations, Vulnerability
Mendeley Climate Change Library
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The population history of the Adélie penguin (Pygoscelis adeliae) and its response to climatic and environmental changes have been widely studied in maritime Antarctica and several glacial refugia of Adélie penguins were dated back to the Last Glacial Maximum. However, the process of colony expansion during the subsequent glacial-interglacial transition was less well-documented. In this paper, we investigate an ornithogenic core from Vestfold Hills, East Antarctica, to improve knowledge of...
Topics: Deglaciation, Ice retreat, Ornithogenic sediment, Penguin occupation, Penguin-derived proxies,...
Mendeley Climate Change Library
by Walter Svinurai; Farai Mapanda; Dingane Sithole; Elisha N. Moyo; Kudzai Ndidzano; Alois Tsiga; Washington Zhakata
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Without disregarding its role as one of the key sources of sustainable livelihoods in Zimbabwe and other developing countries, livestock production contributes significantly to greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions through enteric fermentation. For the livestock sector to complement global efforts to mitigate climate change, accurate estimations of GHG emissions are required. Methane emissions from enteric fermentation in Zimbabwe were quantified over 35 years under four production systems and five...
Topics: Enteric fermentation, Methane, Production system, Zimbabwe
Mendeley Climate Change Library
by Pablo H. Vigliano; Magalí M. Rechencq; María V. Fernández; Gustavo E. Lippolt; Patricio J. Macchi
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Habitat use in relation to the thermal habitat availability and food source as a forcing factor on habitat selection and use of Percichthys trucha (Creole perch), Oncorhynchus mykiss (rainbow trout), Salmo trutta (brown trout) and Salvelinus fontinalis (brook trout) were determined as well as future potential thermal habitat availability for these species under climate change scenarios Representative Concentration Pathways 4.5 and 8.5. This study was conducted in three interconnected lakes of...
Topics: Global climate change, Lake fish, Patagonia, Thermal habitat use
With intensification of climate change and human activities, warming and drying trend has brought severe challenges to pastoral areas in arid and semi-arid regions. Consequently, it becomes imperative to explore non-stationarity features of drought in such regions. In this research, the SPEIbase v2.4 datasets with a 0.5 degree spatial resolution was employed to extract Standardized Precipitation Evapotranspiration Index (SPEI) in Inner Mongolia, China. We explored non-stationarity...
Topics: BFAST, Gathering characteristics, Intensity, Non-stationarity
ArchiveBot: The Archive Team Crowdsourced Crawler
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ArchiveBot is an Archive Team service to quickly grab smaller at-risk or critical sites to bring copies into the Internet Archive Wayback machine.
The FTP Site Boneyard
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This is a large mirroring of the contents of FTP.BLASTWAVE.ORG, a site dedicated to Sun Solaris packages. Containing roughly 83gb of materials, it is now useful for historical research. Most appear to be for Solaris 8, 9 and 10. (SunOS 5.8, 5.9, 5.10). To browse a textfile of the contents of the .TAR file, click here .
A collection of files related to the operation of the Bally Alley. BALLYALLEYINBOX is a collection of to-be-processed files related to the Bally Alley website, intended to one day end up at the site but as of March 2019, were not. BALLYALLEY_ORIGINALSIZESCANS are scans at full size instead of the reduced versions at the BallyAlley website. BALLYALLEY_WEBSITE is a snapshot of the Bally Alley Website as of March 2019. All three have .txt indexes.
Pexels Photo Capsule
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An archive of photographs and metadata information for accounts starting with U from the stock-image photo site Pexels. Gathered in February 2019 by an anonymous donor.
UFO Newsletters from the Archives For the Unexplained
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UFO Mail No 261 2018
The DNA Lounge Live Collection
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Performing Live: ROBERT PARKER -- https://www.facebook.com/robertparkermusic STARCADIAN -- https://www.facebook.com/starcadianofficial With DJs: Devon Danny Delorean Mr. Smith Originally a classically trained pianist, Robert Parker went from tracker music during the 90s to retro-esque the following decade. His love for analog synthesizers began when he bought a Korg Polysix in 2009, which was the starting point of the style of music he produces today. He creates music that ranges between...
Topic: DNA Lounge: Turbo Drive: Robert Parker (2018-05-24d)
The DNA Lounge Live Collection
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NO PANTS SUBWAY RIDE All are invited to participate in the 17th Annual No Pants Subway Ride; This is San Francisco's 10th annual! TL;DR: 1) DNA Lounge at 12-12:30pm 2) Detailed instructions will be provided at DNA lounge 3) 1pm head to BART trains via MUNI/Walking 4) 1:20-2pm ride BART trains sans pants! 5) 2pm meet at Civic Center BART station 6) 2-6pm Afterparty @ DNA lounge without pants! 7) FOLLOW @NoPantsSF on twitter for live updates 8) #NPSF18 hashtag Plan to meet at DNA lounge in SF at...
The DNA Lounge Live Collection
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BOOTIE SF: DECADE WARS Main Room: SMASH-UP DERBY -- https://www.bootiemashup.com/smash-up-derby/ (performing live at 11pm) Voicedude "The Old Man of Mashups" Adrian A Tripp Lounge: Lil Rap Room Douchey Uzi Lil Mag Bootie SF throws down an era-spanning mashup smackdown dance party for the ages, with special guest Voicedude, "the old man of mashups" and live band Smash-Up Derby. Your favorite artists from every genre and decade, thrown into a blender to keep you on the dance...
Topic: DNA Lounge: Bootie SF: Decade Wars (2019-03-30)
The DNA Lounge Live Collection
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Pisces Music, E-Portal and PLUR Alliance present PISCES: 2019 Main Room: Northern Fish Transwave (France) Silent Sphere (Switzerland) Deedrah (France) Parus Wichdokta Michael Liu Lounge: Southern Fish Tek Freaks Forest Green Carlos Alfonzo Kikipopo Rob-Ot Seventh Sign Jonn Connor Zion The Doctor Transwave blasted into the underground electronic dance music scene with their first release, Datura, back in 1994. What followed afterwards were three unforgettable albums that helped shape and...
Topic: DNA Lounge: Pisces: 2019 (2019-03-15)
DNA Lounge presents COCKTAIL ROBOTICS GRAND CHALLENGE Robot Happy Hour begins at 5pm. Contest judging is at 8pm. Partying to continue into the night! Our Contestants so far: Beerbot: It follows... The Dude Imbibes: So that's what you call me, y'know? Kamikaze Blaster: Stand back! N. E. BREE-8: Three Laws Compliant! PenguinGuyCool92: A giant mechanical worm that squirts alcohol! Steve the Bartending Robot The Tea Engine: Dial in your tea service! TikiTron: Prepare your sacrifice! Whiskeyball:...
Topic: DNA Lounge: Cocktail Robotics Grand Challenge (2018-07-15)
The DNA Lounge Live Collection
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DEATH GUILD: LIP SERVICE NIGHT Main Room: Decay Joe Radio Melting Girl Lounge: Sage Bit Join us in celebrating 35 years of goth, rock and industrial clothing from Lip Service. First 50 in the door will receive a gift! Death Guild is the oldest weekly goth/industrial dance night in the country, and the second oldest in the world! Every Monday, six DJs in two rooms play a mix of gothic, industrial, synthpop, noise, ambient, and weird stuff for those who love the darker side of things. Follow...
Topic: DNA Lounge: Death Guild: Lip Service Night (2019-04-01)
The DNA Lounge Live Collection
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BOOTIE SF: ARIANA VS. EVERYBODY Main Room: Mashup burlesque from Hubba Hubba Revue: Frankie Fictitious Pixie Vanílle Sweet Belize Barbie Bloodgloss Redbone With MCs: Kingfish & Maggie Motorboat Tripp Airsun Tyme Lounge: Ya Mamma's Basement Myster C Mr. Washington We're lovin' and livin', so we turnin' up, making deals with the devil and we know it's gonna get you in trouble - it's Ariana vs. Everybody, as Ariana Grande gets the Bootie Mashup treatment. Resident DJs Tripp, Airsun, and Tyme...
Topic: DNA Lounge: Bootie SF: Ariana vs. Everybody (2019-04-06)
The DNA Lounge Live Collection
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Kandi Love & PLUR Alliance present SO STOKED: RAVE PRISMATIK Main Room: Darude Ravine Switchblade -b2b- Noize In Da Hood No Left Turn -b2b- Rafer Rawb Mr Brandon Sneakerz Alien Flowerchild Lounge: Sunshine Collective: Qulture Alderty A-VLust Kuhteeuh Dr Pockets DJ CJ Leave the plain and everyday and transform into a burst of light, sound, and positive energy. Rave Prismatik. To date Darude remains one of dance music's most influential stars. At the height of the trance boom of the early...
Topic: DNA Lounge: So Stoked: Rave Prismatik (2018-11-16)
The DNA Lounge Live Collection
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BOOTIE SF: 90S MASHUP NIGHT Main Room: SMASH-UP DERBY -- http://www.smashupderby.com/ (performing live at 11pm) Tripp Tyme Jimi G Midnight Mashup Show: Aerialist Joey Moore Lounge: Post Cliché Airsun DJ Fox Early Bird Drink Special: $7 cocktails until 10 PM! Free Bootie Mashup CD giveaways throughout the night! Wear your '90s outfits for $10 cover all night! Bootie SF takes your favorite music from the '90s -- from Nirvana to Prodigy, Snoop Dogg to Backstreet Boys, Spice Girls to Alanis...
Topic: DNA Lounge: Bootie SF: 90s Mashup Night (2018-11-10)
The DNA Lounge Live Collection
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Wasted presents MOOMBAHTON Y REGGAETON Main Room: Don Dirty Kecho Romi Beelos Frijollex Do you like to dance? Do you dig a good party? Can you keep a secret? Didn't think so on that last one -- so just take our word for it -- you do not want to miss this one. With plenty of sweet beats, Latin rhythms, mid-tempo grooves, and even a womp or two from stellar moombahtoon/reggaeton DJs, some of the premier moombahtoon artists will be doing their thing, and maybe you'll even get a wild and unexpected...
Topic: DNA Lounge: Moombahton y Reggaeton (2019-08-02)
HUBBA HUBBA REVUE: WITCHCRAFT Featuring performances by: J.D. Hitchcock (Houston) Dresden Abstruse (Portland) Willow Wraith (Portland) Dem Foxie Femmes: Frankie Fictitious, Pixie Vanílle & Sweet Belize The Molotov Moxies Ophelia Coeur de Noir Magician Gerald Joseph Lisa Frankenstein Szandora LaVey Magnoliah Black Marlene DeMure Sophilya Leggz Grace Bones Raven Ebner Bunny Pistol Gorilla Hex ...and the Hubba Hubba Go-Go Witches! Hosted by: Witchfinder Kingfish & Goody Von Kickinface And...
Topic: DNA Lounge: Hubba Hubba Revue: Witchcraft (2019-10-11)
Vital & Olympus present SEQUENCE: RIDDIM HOURS 2 YEAR ANNIVERSARY Main Room: Oolacile Phiso Plus guests, TBA! Heavy, relentless rhythm is Oolacile's bread and butter. The sound designer/DJ (SoCal native Cooper Medearis) may be young, but he's already carved out his own dark dubstep niche in a few short years. A certain level of darkness is expected from a producer who takes his name from a lost, cursed land in the video game Dark Souls. Experimenting is the key to Oolacile's signature bass...
Topic: DNA Lounge: Sequence: Riddim Hours 2 Year Anniversary (2019-07-18)
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MERCURY SOUL: JAZZ MAFIA Featuring performances by: JAZZ MAFIA -- http://www.jazzmafia.com/ HEAVIEST FEATHER -- http://www.jazzmafia.com/heaviest-feather/ COSA NOSTRA STRINGS -- http://www.jazzmafia.com/cosanostra1/ DIABLO JAZZ CO. With DJs: Will Magid (Balkan Bump) Masonic (Mason Bates) Justin Reed (Illmeasures Chicago) Plus Jazz big band performing Stravinsky's Ebony Concerto, Bernstein's Prelude, Fugue, and Riffs; as well as additional works by American jazz greats including Duke Ellington...
Topic: DNA Lounge: Mercury Soul: Jazz Mafia (2019-04-26)
Pisces Music, E-Portal, PsyTribe, & PLUR Alliance present MORE STRANGE COOKIES: LIBRA ZODIAC PARTY Above DNA: Strange Cookies Poli TechnoHippy Vilca Stuart Hill Robinson Dazzle Room: Amber Leigh Venom5pitter Dominic M Neon Jesus Suncat Seventh Sign & Michael Liu Due to popular demand, the confectioners at Pisces Music and Entertainment Portal are baking up another batch of strange cookies and serving them to you! We'll also be celebrating the birthdays of your favorite Libra DJs who...
Topic: DNA Lounge: More Strange Cookies: Libra Zodiac Party (2019-10-05d)
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Mendeley Climate Change Library
by Li Meng; Tong Zhang; Sisi Geng; Peter B. Scott; Haiying Li; Sixue Chen
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Jasmonates (JAs) are important phytohormones that regulate a wide range of plant processes, including growth, development and stress responses. Jasmonate ZIM-domain (JAZ) proteins are transcriptional repressors in JA signaling. Overexpression of JAZ7 was found to confer drought tolerance in Arabidopsis thaliana (A. thaliana), but the molecular mechanisms are not known. Using Tandem Mass Tag (TMT) quantitative proteomics and targeted metabolomics approaches, we found that 394 unique proteins and...
Topics: JAZ7, Metabolites, Molecular networks, Quantitative proteomics
Mendeley Climate Change Library
by A. Mahmoudi; M. Fazli; M. R. Morad
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The increment of using fossil fuels has caused many perilous environmental problems such as acid precipitation, global climate change and air pollution. More than 50% of the energy that is used in the world is wasted as heat. Recovering the wasted heat could increase the system efficiency and lead to lower fuel consumption and CO2 production. Organic Rankine cycle (ORC) which is a reliable technology to efficiently convert low and medium temperature heat sources into electricity, has been known...
Topics: Cycle efficiency, Organic Rankine cycle, Waste heat, Working fluid
Mendeley Climate Change Library
by Xiaoling Wu; Xin Zhang; Xiaohua Xiang; Ke Zhang; Huijun Jin; Xi Chen; Chuanhai Wang; Quanqin Shao; Wenjuan Hua
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The hydrological regimes of the major rivers in cold regions of the world have changed remarkably since the 1960s, but the mechanisms underlying these changes have not yet been fully understood. Specifically, changes in freeze-thaw processes can affect the thicknesses of the permafrost layer and active layer, storage capacity for liquid water and subsequent surface runoff. In this study, we investigated the hydrological processes and runoff generation in the Yellow River source (YRS) region,...
Topics: Climate change, Freeze-thaw, Runoff generation, Yellow river
Mendeley Climate Change Library
by Angappa Gunasekaran; Nachiappan Subramanian
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This editorial introduces the unique attributes of this special issue in the era of climate change, modern slavery, and big data. This special issue envisages the depth of penetration of sustainability, from strategy to the operations level, to understand the extent to which sustainability has attracted researchers and practitioners in dealing with various facets of operations management. Overall, it is encouraging to notice the research developments in all facets of operations management...
Topics: Analytics, Decision model, Sustainable operations
Mendeley Climate Change Library
by Pietro Croce; Paolo Formichi; Filippo Landi; Francesca Marsili
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A general procedure to evaluate future trends in snow loads on structures is illustrated aiming to study influences of climate change at European scale, to assess its impact on the design of new structures as well as on the reliability levels of existing ones, also in view of definition of updated snow maps for new generation of Eurocodes. Starting from reliable and high quality registered meteorological data of daily temperatures, rain and snow precipitations at nine Italian weather stations,...
Topics: Climate change, Climate models, Extreme values, Monte Carlo simulation, Snow loads, Snow maps
Mendeley Climate Change Library
by Mauricio E. Arias; Gordon W. Holtgrieve; Peng Bun Ngor; Thanh Duc Dang; Thanapon Piman
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The Mekong River remained hydrologically unregulated until recent decades and still harbors immense natural resources that are the basis of rural livelihoods. Research on how dams and climate change could alter the river has heightened in recent years, and while this research has led to important scientific concepts and increased discussion of sustainable development, it has done little to prevent the rapid environmental change in the Mekong floodplains of Cambodia and Vietnam. Meanwhile,...
Ongoing climate change, as well as long-term overgrazing, is threatening biodiversity and ecosystem functioning in grasslands worldwide. Climate change and grazing could directly alter ecosystem functioning and stability, or indirectly by changing species diversity, composition and plant functional traits. By synthesizing results from publications of the most recent 30-years, we found that effects of climate change and grazing on biodiversity and ecosystem functioning varied from positive to...
Mendeley Climate Change Library
by Francesc Montserrat; Maila Guilhon; Paulo Vinicius Ferraz Corrêa; Natascha Menezes Bergo; Camila Negrão Signori; Pedro Marone Tura; Mascimiliano de los Santos Maly; Denise Moura; Luigi Jovane; Vivian Pellizari; Frederico Pereira Brandini; Alexander Turra
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The Rio Grande Rise is an extensive seamount region in the South-western Atlantic, with potential for deep-sea mining activities in the future. Such activities pose significant long-term disturbances and potentially severe impacts to both ecosystem structure and functioning, as well as associated ecosystem services. The Rio Grande Rise presents a severely understudied area, with very little knowledge on either local and regional scales. Most detailed knowledge available is centered on highly...
Topics: Anthropogenic pressure, Brazil, Cobalt crust, Cumulative impacts, Environmental management plan,...
Mendeley Climate Change Library
by Kathleen M. Stafford; Manuel Castellote; Melania Guerra; Catherine L. Berchok
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The acoustic environment of two focal Arctic species, bowhead (Balaena mysticetus) and beluga (Delphinapterus leucas) whales, varied among the three core-use regions of the Pacific Arctic examined during the months in which both species occur: (1) January-March in the St. Lawrence Island/Anadyr Strait region, (2) November-January in the Bering Strait region, and (3) August-October in the Barrow Canyon region. Biological noise (consisting of the signals of bowhead whales, walrus and bearded...
Topics: Ambient noise, Arctic zone, Balaena mysticetus, Beluga whale, Bowhead whale, Delphinapterus leucas
Mendeley Climate Change Library
by Cyrus Martin
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Summary Every day, there is a massive movement of biomass up and down in the water column in what is likely the largest mass migration of animals on the planet. New research is shedding light on the drivers of these migrations and their significance to ecosystems and future climate change. Cyrus Martin reports.
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Persistent organic pollutants (POPs) are entrained within glaciers globally, reemerging in many alpine ecosystems. Despite available data on POP flux from glaciers, a study of human health risk caused by POPs released in glacial meltwater has never been attempted. Glaciers in the European Alps house the largest known quantity of POPs in the Northern Hemisphere, presenting an opportunity for identification of potential risk in an endmember scenario case study. With methodology developed by the...
Topics: Climate change, Glacier, Persistent pollutants, Risk assessment, Toxicology, Water
The capacity of delivering ecosystem services essential to social well- being is impeded by climate and land use change, causing a significant alteration in the quality of functions and services of many ecosystems. This paper focuses on how to project future services of coastal ecosystem in Samutsakorn province, Thailand. The 2050 climate layers are projected by using WorldClim database at 30 s resolution. Projection of land use change analysis in 2050 using a spatial allocation model is...
Researchers have showed that climatic, population, economic, and social characteristics contribute to the proliferation of Aedes aegypti, the main vector of dengue fever (DF) in Ecuador. In this study, we identified the factors with the greatest influence on dengue virus spread using a spatio-temporal analysis. We applied the maximum entropy algorithm (MaxEnt) to determine the spatial distribution of DF and identify areas with high probability of presence of A. aegypti by analyzing monthly...
Topics: Aedes aegypti, Dengue fever, Ecuador, Social and ecological model
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by Shalini Dhyani; Rakesh Kadaverugu; Deepak Dhyani; Parikshit Verma; Paras Pujari
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Climate variability is the most influential driver altering the natural habitats of species leading to worldwide biodiversity loss. Understanding the climatic niche of vulnerable species and predicting its shift due to impending climate change is highly important to assess the damage. It also helps to plan and implement long term ex-situ or in-situ strategies to protect the species and its fragile habitats. Though, various important species of Himalayas are exploited for their economic and...
Topics: Central Himalayas, Climate change, Conservation planning, Hippophae salicifolia, Species...