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Lo último en Kérwá

The Western U.S. Drought: How Bad Is It?
Domingo, Agosto 10
The Western U.S. Drought: How Bad Is It?
Historical stream flow records and the forecast for 2004 make the current (1999–2004) drought in the southwestern United States the worst one in the past 80 years for portions of the Upper Colorado River Basin (UCRB).

For the Colorado River (near Cisco, Utah), the [Leer más]
Assessment of the Impacts of Climate Change on the Water Allocation, Water Quality and Salmon Production in the San Joaquin River Basin
Viernes, Enero 27
Assessment of the Impacts of Climate Change on the Water Allocation, Water Quality and Salmon Production in the San Joaquin River Basin
2 Assessment of the Impacts of Climate Change on the Water Allocation, Water Quality and Salmon Production in the San Joaquin River Basin H. Hidalgo, L. Brekke, N. Miller, [Leer más]
Magnitude and impact of diarrhoeal disease
Jueves, Diciembre 1
Magnitude and impact of diarrhoeal disease
Diarrhoea seems to be a minor problem in humans and other mammals
living in small, isolated tribes or groups. Under such conditions there is
limited, if any, introduction of pathogenic agents and, if agents are introduced,
there may not be sufficient critical mass to guarantee transmission
and the production [Leer más]
Hepatic metabolites and uric excretion in fructose -1,6- diphosphatase deficiency
Viernes, Enero 1
Hepatic metabolites and uric excretion in fructose -1,6- diphosphatase deficiency
There have been a small number of patients reported with inherited disorders of
gluconeogenesis. We studied a female patient with fructose-1,6-diphosphatase
(FDPase; EC 3.1.3.11) deficiency (McKusick 22970), born of consanguineous
parents (inbreeding coefficient 1/32). Since 4 months of age, she presented with
many episodes of [Leer más]