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Fire is a dominant ecological factor in Mediterranean ecosystems, and changes in the fire regime can have important consequences for the stability of our landscapes. In this framework I askedExpand
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Charles Darwin
I. THE object of this notice is to give a brief account of the life, and a proportionately still more brief account of the work, of Mr. Darwin. But while we recognise in him perhaps the greatestExpand
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Fire regime and post-fire Normalized Difference Vegetation Index changes in the eastern Iberian peninsula (Mediterranean basin)
Fire occurrence in Mediterranean landscapes has been studied widely. Despite this, a specific monitor- ing of vegetation recovery after recurrent fires by means of satellite images has been developedExpand
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Energy Consumption Estimation Technique in Embedded Processors with Stable Power Consumption based on Source-Code Operator Energy Figures
— Power consumption has become one of the main concerns in embedded system design. Currently, design platforms are composed of generic and specific hardware devices and general-purpose processorsExpand
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The next million years.
We present here because it will be so easy for you to access the internet service. As in this new era, much technology is sophistically offered by connecting to the internet. No any problems to face,Expand
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On the Statistical Properties of Indoor Power Line Channels: Measurements and Models
This work analyzes the statistical distribution of the attenuation and the delay spread of indoor power line channels response. Expand
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Repercusión de la eficiencia en el uso de la radiación en la incertidumbre de los productos de GPP diaria
The accurate representation of terrestrial CO2 uptake (GPP) using Monteith's approach requires the knowledge of APAR (absorbed photosynthetically active radiation) and e (light use efficiency). APARExpand
Energy in the future.
  • C. Darwin
  • Computer Science, Medicine
  • The Eugenics review
  • 1955