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Review of Survey activities 2014: Reserves and resources for CO2 storage in Europe: the CO2StoP project

... mapping and characterisation of storage capacity, or at least significantly more time and financial resources to assemble and enter all available data. These factors limit the results obtained from the CO2StoP project and it is recommended that further resources are made available for improving the results. In a European context, the technically accessible ... Carbon dioxide capture and storage. IPCC 2005, 431 pp. Cambridge University Press. U.S. Geological Survey Geologic Carbon Dioxide Storage Resources Assessment Team 2013: National assessment of geologic carbon dioxide storage resources – results (ver. 1.1, September 2013). U.S. Geological Survey Circular 1386, 41 pp. Van der Meer, L.G.H. & van Wees, J.D. 2006: ... subdivisions (daughter units, such as hydrocarbon reservoirs or potential structural traps in saline aquifers). Finally, formulae have been developed to calculate the storage resources. The database is housed at the Joint Research Centre, the European Commission in Petten, the Netherlands. estimate to a reserve estimate, a whole series of technical, economic,
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Land Use Influences Niche Size and the Assimilation of Resources by Benthic Macroinvertebrates in Tropical Headwater Streams.

... omnivore behavior, feeding on multiple resources [50]. Each macroinvertebrate functional feeding group was considered a consumer, whereas the periphyton, filamentous algae, seston, FPOM, CPOM and vegetation leaves were considered resources. The other macroinvertebrate functional feeding groups were considered as resources for predators. It was not always ... signatures of resources and consumers among land uses The isotopic signatures of the food resources studied varied widely among and within land use types (Fig 2). In the natural cover sites, the periphyton and FPOM exhibited the highest δ13C PLOS ONE | DOI:10.1371/journal.pone.0150527 March 2, 2016 7 / 19 Niche Size and Assimilation of Resources by ... DOI:10.1371/journal.pone.0150527 March 2, 2016 9 / 19 Niche Size and Assimilation of Resources by Benthic Macroinvertebrates PLOS ONE | DOI:10.1371/journal.pone.0150527 March 2, 2016 10 / 19 Niche Size and Assimilation of Resources by Benthic Macroinvertebrates Fig 4. Means of the proportions of food resources used by each trophic group in each land use category based
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Twinning European and South Asian river basins to enhance capacity and implement adaptive integrated water resources management approaches – results from the EC-project BRAHMATWINN

... implement adaptive integrated and Science water resources management approaches – results from the EC-project BRAHMATWINN Earth System Department of Geoinformatics, Friedrich-Schiller University, Jena, Germany Science Data Abstract. The EC-project BRAHMATWINN was carrying out a harmonised integrated water resources man- agement (IWRM) approach as addressed ... global dimension of this phenomenon becomes obvious (IUCN, 2003; Querner, 2002), and today diminishing glacier resources become an international affair as rivers such as the UDRB and the UBRB provide downstream countries with essential water resources to sustain food production, socio-economic development and the environment. 2 Project objectives BRAHMATWINN ... integrating NetSyMod into the IWRMS toolset the management of natural and human resources was promoted by the simultaneous involvement of experts, complemented by the involvement of interested actors in a generic participatory process dealing with the management of the environmental resources. On a global scale BRAHMATWINN strengthened the efforts of “sustainable
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Methodology for construction of distributed intelligent power management systems applicable to a network of building facilities in the context of arbitrary limitation of resources МЕТОДИКА ПОСТРОЕНИЯ РАСПРЕДЕЛЕННЫХ ИНТЕЛЛЕКТУАЛЬНЫХ СИСТЕМ УПРАВЛЕНИЯ ЭНЕРГ

... OF BUILDING FACILITIES IN THE CONTEXT OF ARBITRARY LIMITATION OF RESOURCES In this article, the algorithm underlying the methodology for construction of distributed intelligent power management systems applicable to construction facilities in the context of arbitrary limitation of resources is considered by the authors. The methodology consist of ... and financial efficiency. The final step consists in the preparation of design specifications and estimates. Keywords: automation, intelligent control systems, limitation of resources. References 1. Il’ichev V.A. Printsipy preobrazovaniya goroda v biosferosovmestimyy i razvivayushchiy cheloveka [Principles of Transformation of a City into the One ... resursov [Methodology for Construction of Distributed Intelligent Power Management Systems Applicable to a Network of Building Facilities in the Context of Arbitrary Limitation of Resources] . Vestnik MGSU [Proceedings of Moscow State University of Civil Engineering]. 2013, no. 5, pp. 220—225. Information systems and logistics in civil engineering 225
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A CASE STUDY OF CHINA ́S WIND POWER RESOURCES

... power resources in China. The onshore wind power resources are mostly concentrated in the inland areas such as Inner Mongolia, northwest, north and northeast provinces. At the same time, China’s offshore wind power resources mainly concentrate in the coastal areas, which extend from Bohai Bay to South China Sea. This kind of distribution of wind power resources ... be asked, does China have adequate resources of renewable energy to meet the economic development needs in the coming years? The answer is “yes”. China is rich in resources of renewable energies, especially the hydropower, solarpower and wind power. The country has a long history and rich experiences in using water resources to generate power for industry ... more renewable energy instead of fossil energy. This change has resulted in a policy adjustment which in turn boosts the utilization of the wind power resources. However, the development of the wind power resources in China is confronted with some significant challenges, such as greater installed electricity capacity than the electricity generation, greater
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Impact of an Educational Program to Reduce Healthcare Resources in Community-Acquired Pneumonia: The EDUCAP Randomized Controlled Trial.

... unemployment, low level education, and smoking and alcohol abuse) [6,7,9,10]. In an era of increasing competition for economic resources in medical care, institutions have an interest in developing new tools to decrease healthcare resources consumption and to improve healthcare quality [3,11,12]. Discharge planning has been associated with improved use ... Carratalà1,10☯ OPEN ACCESS Citation: Adamuz J, Viasus D, Simonetti A, JiménezMartínez E, Molero L, González-Samartino M, et al. (2015) Impact of an Educational Program to Reduce Healthcare Resources in Community-Acquired Pneumonia: The EDUCAP Randomized Controlled Trial. PLoS ONE 10(10): e0140202. doi:10.1371/ journal.pone.0140202 Editor: D William Cameron, University ... patients with CAP was effective in reducing subsequent healthcare visits and rehospitalizations within 30 days of discharge. Such a strategy may help optimize available healthcare resources and identify post-acute care needs in patients with CAP. Trial Registration Controlled-Trials.com ISRCTN39531840 Introduction Community-acquired pneumonia (CAP)
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Application of ICT-based Learning Resources for University Inorganic Chemistry Course Training

... with respect to individual course units allows one to identify 33 resources of universal type and 4 specific resources. The values of RAS for 20 universal resources exceed the threshold RAS=0.75 so that all they are important means for inorganic chemistry training. The rest of universal resources with an average RAS~0.4 have a rather low practical value. ... both students and teachers’ attitude toward ICTbased resources used for inorganic chemistry training. Preliminary studies allowed the author to determine 45 resources which either can be used or are already used at the Faculty of Chemistry. Special questionnaires, which include all tentatively identified resources, were developed to cover the course content. ... over other similar resources This resource is highly recommended and readily used because its use provides additional benefits compared to other similar resources There was a certain difference between students’ and faculties’ questionnaires. The main goal of students’ survey was to investigate personal attitudes toward all individual resources. The
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Uma análise de aspectos relacionados ao desenvolvimento e adoção de Enterprise Resources Planning livre de código aberto.

... Uma análise de aspectos relacionados ao desenvolvimento e adoção de Enterprise Resources Planning livre de código aberto Resumo Rogério Atem de Carvalho Renato de Campos Sistemas Integrados de Gestão ou Enterprise Resources Planning – ERP possibilitam o processamento das informações necessárias em uma empresa usando ... entidade que visa lucro opera e desenvolve” o sistema, de acordo com a classificação de Riehle฀(2007,฀p.฀25).฀ 3 Diferenças entre Free Open Source Enterprise Resources Planning e Proprietary Enterprise Resources Planning A฀exposição฀do฀código฀do฀FOS-ERP força fornecedor e adotante a conviverem com o fato de que a customização e a manutenção podem ser realizadas ... identificar os desafios e as oportunidades que eles oferecem a stakeholders e comunidades de desenvolvedores. 2 Alguns estudos e discussões sobre o Free Open Source Enterprise Resources Planning Esta seção pretende abordar alguns estudos iniciais sobre FOS-ERP, os quais apresentam diferentes abordagens, tais como possíveis estratégias de negócio, formas
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CAUSES OF INSUFFICIENT FINANCIAL RESOURCES IN THE ENTERPRISES

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CD43.R6: Development and strengthening of human resources management in the health sector

... OF HUMAN RESOURCES MANAGEMENT IN THE HEALTH SECTOR THE 43rd DIRECTING COUNCIL, Having considered document CD43/9 on the development and strengthening human resources management in the health sector; Considering the need for health systems to accord higher priority to human resources policies and to the development and strengthening of human resources management ... Observatory of Human Resources in health sector reform in a large group of countries, with a view to increasing the availability and improving the quality of information and knowledge for decision-making in the area of human resources development, RESOLVES: 1. To urge the Member States to: (a) accord higher priority to human resources development ... and, specifically, to the development and strengthening of human resources management in the health sector; (b) advance the Observatory of Human Resources initiative, encourage the participation of all the Member States, further the development of methodologies and instruments for human resources management, and actively promote the training of public
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Development and strengthening of human resources management in the health sector

... STRENGTHENING OF HUMAN RESOURCES MANAGEMENT IN THE HEALTH SECTOR The issue of human resources and specifically, human resources management, has been absent from health sector reform agendas and is reflected in the persistence of serious problems related to distribution, migration, low wages, inequities, and the lack of consistency between human resources development ... Determinants of Human Resources Management in the Health Services...... ..4 2.2 Principal Problems in Human Resources Management ................................. ..7 2.3 Lack of Information for Human Resources Management.............................. ..8 3. Actions Necessary for Institutional Strengthening in the Management of Human Resources in Health.............................................................................. ... ........................................................................... 13 Annex A: Human Resources Management Competencies in the Health Services Annex B: Instruments and Methodologies to Support Management of the Available Human Resources in the Health Services Annex C: Resolution CE128.R3 CD43/9 (Eng.) Page 3 1. Introduction The issue of human resources and specifically, human resources management, has been
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What constitutes a just health services system and how should scarce resources be allocated?

... of justice in health. When should a health service be considered just or unjust? What resources must be allocated to comply with the obligation of justice? How should one proceed when available resources are less than those theoretically needed? How can insufficient resources be justly distributed? These are some of the questions policy-makers, health ... is determined not only by the work done on it but also by the value of its natural resources. Work, therefore, confers ownership of the value added, but not of the natural resources, which belong to all. In all probability, he continues, it is not possible to distribute these resources among everyone; and so those who exploit them should compensate all others ... something that is not theirs. Accordingly, the social contract must always stipulate the following: that the natural resources in the land belong to those who possess them; but such persons, to compensate, owe a rent to all others that is proportional to the resources used. This rent may be charged in the form of taxes and used to finance a social security fund
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Management of WHO's resources

... countries can best be provided by making full use of the human resources available to the Organization as a whole, and both technical and financial considerations make it imoerative to maintain a critical mass of those resources at headquarters. 30. As another possibility, WHO might devote more resources to global progranmes that reinforce what it does ... policy and a system for monitoring it. The guidelines provide criteria for using resources in such a way as to support national strategies for health for all and strengthen national capacities for further developing and building up health systems accordingly. They indicate how resources might profitably be used to transfer valid information and facilitate ... financial auditing in policy and programme terms to assess how effectively and how efficiently WHO's resources are in fact being used, would have to become current practice, rendering Member States accountable to the regional committees for the use of collective resources, and regional committees accountable to the Executive Board and the World Health Assembly. -
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CD32.R16: Management of WHO's resources

... COMMITTEE Washington D.C., 21-25 September 1987 RESOLUTION CD32.R16 MANAGEMENT OF WHO'S RESOURCES THE 32nd DIRECTING COUNCIL, Having seen a) the Director-General's Introduction to the proposed program budget for the biennium 1988–1989 (Document PB/88–89), b) the document "Management of WHO's Resources" (Document EB81/PC/WP/2), and c) the Report presented by the Program ... record of the discussions in the present Directing Council on the subject of "Management of WHO's Resources" (item 6.5 of the Agenda). 2. To affirm that full agreement exists between the principles embodied in the general policies for the management of WHO's resources and the current mandates and guidelines for the implementation of PAHO's cooperation policy in the Region as approved in Resolutions ... requested the Regional Committees to review the official documents on general policy matters relating to the need for measures to secure the best possible use of WHO's limited resources, and to report on the outcome of their deliberations to the Executive Board at its eighty-first session in January 1988, RESOLVES 1. To request the Director to transmit
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External support for water supply and sanitation in the Americas: current resources and future plans

... socioeconomic returns from past investments. In view of this, it is essential that national and local resourcesbe mobilized and channeled effectively by employing innovative strategies that bring costs down. Such strategies include optimizing the use of existing resources, applying appropriate technologies, and incorporating community participation into various ... the proposed goals. Similarly, rural sewerage and excreta disposal coverage would need to gross 18% in seven years instead of the observed amount of 3 % in three years. 211 ResourcesInvested Considering only investments from external sources and national matching funds, the water supply and sewerage programs executed from 1961 to 1980 entailed a total ... other activities. In the realm of technology, available water supply and sewerage technologies are largely incompatible with the conditions found in marginal areas and with the resources available to serve those areas. New approaches and more appropriate technologies are needed to lower costs and effectively attack this problem. External support agencies can
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Hiring under local conditions of employment for the mobilization of national resources

... )WORLD i Provisional HIRING NATIONAL A_enda UNDER LOCAL RESOURCES Item 5.5 CONDITIONS CE97/23, Rev. i (Eng.) 19 June 1986 ORIGINAL: SPANISH OF EMPLOYMENT FOR THE MOBILIZATION The present needs for technical cooperation between PAHO and its Member Countrle_ require greater efficiency and effectiveness in the use of the financial resources available to the Organization. This new economic, technical and administrative situation calls for fresh approaches that will permit the Organization to ... employees, each subject to the appropriate regulatory system. This proposal would give PAHO the legal mechanisms necessary to enable it to hire the human resources it needs under the system it considers most appropriate its resources and the specific situation involved. in llght of OF CE97/23, _'_ Rev. 1 (Eng.) INDEX Pa_e I. II• IIl. IV • V. INTRODUCTION........................ 1 DESCRIPTION OF ... SIGNIFICANCE ......... 5 •oooe•ooeoiooo•o•••••• INTERNATIONAL 4 AGENCIES .................... ......... 6 8 CE97/23, HIRING UNDER LOCAL CONDITIONS OF EMPLOYMENT THE MOBILIZATION OF NATIONAL RESOURCES I. Rev. i (Eng.) FOR INTRODUCTION The present needs for technical cooperation between PAHO and its Member Countries require greater efficiency and effectiveness in the use of the financial resources available to the Organization. This new economic, technical and administrative situation calls for fresh approaches that
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Distribution of the financial resources of the Pan American Health Organization

... financial resources among Member Countries. The second step was to analyze the current budget allocation of the Organization and to determine whether any variables appeared from that analysis to explain the current distribution of budget resources among countries. The third subject investigated was how other international agencies distribute budget resources ... financial resources of PAHO, the presentation by the task force which prepared that document, and the ensuing discussion; and CD29/15 Page 2 (Eng.) Bearing in mind Resolutions XVI of the XXVIII Meeting of the Directing Council and XIV of the XXI Pan American Sanitary Conference, which requested the Director to study the allocation of PAHO budget resources ... distribution of the financial resources of PAHO, and having heard the presentation from the Executive Committee on this subject; Bearing in mind Resolutions XVI of the XXVIII Meeting of the Directing Council and XIV of the XXI Pan American Sanitary Conference, which requested the Director to study the allocation of PAHO budget resources among Member Countries;
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CD27.R22: Medium-term program for the development of human resources

... 1980 RESOLUTION CD27.R22 MEDIUM-TERM PROGRAM FOR THE DEVELOPMENT OF HUMAN RESOURCES THE 27th DIRECTING COUNCIL, Considering that Resolution XXXII adopted at the XXV Meeting of the Directing Council recommends the use of the Medium-term Program for the Development of Human Resources as a basic guide for country programming in this field of activity; Bearing
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Report on the medium-term program for the development of human resources

... PROGRAMME OF RESOURCES HUMAN 1978-1983 PAN AMERICAN HEALTH ORGANIZATION WORLD HEALTH ORGANIZATION JUNE 1.977 (Third version) p - H %O H AHRO-HEDIUM TERM PROGRAM FOR HUMANRESOURCES DEVELOPMENT 1978 - 1983 A. INTRODUCTION This document is a preliminary draft of the regional contribution to the Medium-Term Program (HIP) in the area of Human Resources ... (MTP) in the program area of human resources development for the period 1978-1983, and approved Resolution XXXII CD27/29 Page 2 (Annex I) recommending that it gramming, with due regard to each country. (Eng.) be used as a basic guide for country prothe specific needs and characteristics of The adoption by WHO of human resources as its pilot program ... enumerated as follows (and and the tables): AREA I - Human Resources Coordination, Planning, and Utilization A. B. C. D. E. Coordination between education and service institutions Human resource planning Training in administration Continuing education Control of professional migration AREA II - Human Resources Development F. G. H. Institutional development Program
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Selection of a member from the region of the Americas for the Health 2000 Resources Group

... Item 42 CD27/19 (Eng.) 10 July 1980 ORIGINAL: ENGLISH SELECTION OF A MEMBER FROM THE REGION OF THE AMERICAS FOR THE HEALTH 2000 RESOURCES GROUP WHO has formed a Health 2000 Resources Group for the purpose of coordinating the resources of the international community in relation to the 'goal of health for all by the year 2000. The idea of establishing ... Its principal a) to promote the rationalization of all mandate will be as follows: available resources required for primary health care activities in developing countries, aimed toward health for all by the year 2000; and b) to stimulate the mobilization of resources, including those of developing countries themselves and external donors, to achieve ... Health Assembly (1979) as the basis for approving The resolution recognized "the necessity of careful Resolution WHA32.30. planning, management and effective use of available resources, including those from national, bilateral, and international sources, for the in September and for all ."1 Accordingly, of health achievement December 1979 informal consultations
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Proposed five-year plan and resources for the Program on Emergency Preparedness and role of the organization in the aftermath of disasters

... to draw upon United Nations resources available for such purposes; (tt) To acquire and disseminate information relevant to planning and coordinating disaster relief, including the improvement and establishment of stockpiles in disaster-prone areas, and to prepare suggestions to ensure the most effective use of available resources; (i) To phase out relief ... unit with instructions to define the policy of the Organization, to formulate a plan of action for the various types of disasters, to make an inventory of the human and other resources available, to train the necessary personnel, to prepare and disseminate the appropriate guidelines and manuals, and to promote operational research to meet the needs ... other technical sources. Actual factors: composition of the team will depend on the following - Estimated magnitude of the disaster compared to the human and material resources of the affected country; - Importance, qualification and disaster experience of the PAHO staff in duty in the country at the time of the disaster; - Availability
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CD25.R32: Medium-term program for the development of human resources

... 1977 RESOLUTION CD25.R32 MEDIUM-TERM PROGRAM FOR THE DEVELOPMENT OF HUMAN RESOURCES THE 25th DIRECTING COUNCIL, Considering that Resolution WHA29.721 approved by the Twenty-ninth World Health Assembly (May 1976) laid the foundations for drawing up the Medium-Term Program for the Development of Human Resources, and specified that it should be discussed by the Regional ... Document CD25/8, specifying the goals and types of activity proposed in the Region of the Americas, RESOLVES 1. To take note of the Medium-Term Program for the Development of Human Resources in the Region of the Americas for the period 1978–1983 (Document CD25/8). 2. To recommend that the Program be used as a basic guide for country programming in this
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Medium-term program for the development of human resources

... human resources in the health sector, drawn up in close adherence to the priorities set forth in the Ten-Year Health Plan for the Americas. Annex AM RO MEDIUM TERM PROGRAMME OF HUMAN RESOURCES 1978-1983 PAN AMERICAN HEALTH ORGANIZATION WORLD HEALTH ORGANIZATION JUNE 1977 (Third version) 0 >4 I-- no VQ AMRO-MEDIUH TERM PROGRAM FOR HUMANRESOURCES ... objectives were correlated into a basic structure with areas of activity corresponding to the Human Resources Development Program, including the areas of planning and administration, institutional and program development for personnel training, and technological resources. Based on the general situation in the Region, this mechanism made it possible to define ... August 1977 ORIGINAL: SPANISH-ENGLISH MEDIUM-TERM PROGRAM FOR THE DEVELOPMENT OF HUMAN RESOURCES This presentation is made in compliance with Resolution WHA29.72 of the World Health Assembly, which last year endorsed the general proposals for the programming of human resources development and, at the same time, directed that a medium-term program be drawn
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Use of the resources of the World Food Program for health programs : preliminary report

... Item 31 CD19/17 (Eng.) 21 August 1969 ORIGINAL: SPANISH USE OF THE RESOURCES OF THE WORLD FOOD PROGRAM FOR HEALTH PROGRAMS. PRELIMINARY REPORT At the 61st Meeting of the Executive Committee, the Director of the Bureau submitted to the Committee Document CE61/17, Rev.l:- "Use of the Resources of the World Food Program for Health Programs. Preliminary ... concerning the possibilities of using these resources, the procedure for obtaining them, the facilities thus created and the problems raised. This will ensure that Governments are fully briefed and in a position to decide, in the light of their development policies and plans, whether they wish to make use of these resources or not. The Executive Committee ... main categories: a) development of human resources b) economic and social infrastructure c) directly productive projects This classification of the projects, put forward by the Program's Executive Director, takes into account whether the impact on the economic growth of the recipient countries is long, medium, or short term. Development of Human Resources These programs
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Financial resources of the PSO: note of OAS

... III,. The Director believes that these documents merit careful consideration by the Directing Council of the Pan American Sanitary Organization when it discusses the topic "Financial Resources of the Pan American Sanitary Organization," which is included on the agenda of its IX Meeting. CD9/17 (Eng,) Page 2 Comments It is deemed advisable to call the attention
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