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Summary of the historical eruptive activity of Volcán De Colima, Mexico 1519–2000
Abstract Volcan de Colima (103°37′W, 19°30′45″N) has had significant eruptive activity over the last five centuries, leading to its designation as the most active volcano in Mexico. This activity has
Overview of the 1997^2000 activity of Volcan de Colima, Mexico
Abstract This overview of the 1997–2000 activity of Volcan de Colima is designed to serve as an introduction to the Special Issue and a summary of the detailed studies that follow. New andesitic
Effect of Stocking Density on Growth and Survival of the Rainbow Pearl Oyster Pteria sterna (Gould 1852) during Nursery and Late Culture in Bahía de La Paz, Baja California Sur, México
The results indicated that growth and survival in nursery culture were not proportionally related with stocking density, and a 3-dimensional culture unit might be an important advantage for this species regarding territorial exploitation and efficiency of spatial management in the production cycle.
Transition from passive to pre-extrusion degassing of ascending andesitic magma before the lava dome-building eruption as derived from the seismic signals and tilt changes: Volcán de Colima, México,
Abstract Volcanoes emit volcanic gas during various types of activity. In the case of andesitic and dacitic volcanoes the high viscosity of silicic magma inhibits the release of volatiles. This
Relationship between tilt changes and effusive-explosive episodes at an andesitic volcano: the 2004–2005 eruption at Volcán de Colima, México
Continuous tilt changes during the 2004–2005 effusive-explosive episodes at Volcán de Colima (México) were recorded simultaneously by two tiltmeters installed on opposite sides of the volcano at
Acanthoparyphium sp. and Other Metazoan Symbionts of the American Oyster, Crassostrea virginica, from South Texas
Oysters from Laguna Madre in South Texas are investigated, and it is found that at least locally, recreational harvesters of oysters may be exposed to Acanthoparyphium sp.
Detección de características de cultivo a través de sensores ópticos en un sistema orgánico de tipo strip-cropping
Hay un mercado creciente para la agricultura organica. Sin embargo, la falta de atencion a la biodiversidad y la fertilidad del suelo de las practicas actuales es un tema urgente. En este contexto,
The genus Parascepsis Dognin, 1923 (Lepidoptera, Erebidae, Arctiinae, Ctenuchina) in Peru, with the description of three new species, a new combination and their geographical distributions.
The current state of Parascepsis is proposed to be made up of five species, three of which are new to science, P. lantingi sp.