10 Works

Proceedings of the 14th International Conference on Technology in Mathematics Teaching – ICTMT 14 : Essen, Germany, 22nd to 25th of July 2019

Bärbel Barzel, Ruth Bebernik, Lisa Göbel, Maximilian Pohl, Hana Ruchniewicz, Florian Schacht & Daniel Thurm
The 14th International Conference on Technology in Mathematics Teaching – ICTMT 14 – was organized by the University of Duisburg-Essen. It was held in Essen, Germany, from the 22nd to 25th of July 2019.

„Ich unterscheide die Botschaft von der Sozialgestalt der Kirche.“ Andrea Qualbrink im Interview

Andrea Qualbrink & Uta C. Schmidt

Sachbücher schreiben: 5 Fragen an Annika Domainko

Annika Domainko, Ines Barner & Nina Verheyen

Data from: Temperature does not influence functional response of amphipods consuming different trematode prey

Ana Born-Torrijos, Rachel A. Paterson, Gabrielle S. Van Beest, Jessica Schwelm, Tereza Vyhlídalová, Eirik H. Henriksen, Rune Knudsen, Roar Kristoffersen, Per-Arne Amundsen & Miroslava Soldánová
Direct consumption on free-living cercariae stages of trematodes by non-host organisms interferes with trematode transmission and leads to reduced infections in the next suitable hosts. Consumer functional responses provide a useful tool to examine relationships between consumption rates and ecologically relevant prey densities, whilst also accounting for abiotic factors that likely influence consumption rates. We investigated how temperature influences the consumer functional response of the amphipod Gammarus lacustris towards the cercariae of three freshwater trematodes...

Sachbücher schreiben: 5 Fragen an Nina Sillem

Nina Sillem, Ines Barner & Nina Verheyen
In früherer Zeit, als man auf andere Menschen noch freimütig in physischer Ko-Präsenz einreden konnte, ohne sich über die dabei getauschten Bakterien und Viren zu sorgen, also im Januar, fand am KWI ein kleiner Workshop statt. Es ging um Sachbücher aus der Feder von Wissenschaftler*innen und damit auch um jene Personen, die außerhalb des akademischen Betriebs zur Entstehung von solchen und anderen Büchern beitragen – etwa Verleger*innen, Lektor*innen, Buchhandelsvertreter*innen und Agent*innen. Die geistes- und kulturwissenschaftliche...

Hemorrhage from cerebral cavernous malformations: the role of associated developmental venous anomalies

Bixia Chen, Annika Herten, Dino Saban, Steffen Rauscher, Alexander Radbruch, Boerge Schmidt, Yuan Zhu, Ramazan Jabbarli, Karsten Wrede, Christoph Kleinschnitz & Philipp Dammann
Objective To determine the role of associated developmental venous malformations (DVA) in intracranial hemorrhage (ICH) caused by cerebral cavernous malformations (CCM). Methods We analyzed patient registry data of 1219 patients with cavernous malformations treated in our institution between 2003 and 2018. Patients with spinal and familial CCM as well as patients without complete MRI data were excluded. Impact of various variables on ICH as mode of presentation was assessed using multivariate binary logistic regression analysis....

Handbuch Literatur und Mehrsprachigkeit

Rolf Parr & Till Dembeck

KuVS-Fachgespräch Fog Computing 2020

Zoltán Ádám Mann & Stefan Schulte

Scripts from: A framework to diagnose the causes of river ecosystem deterioration using biological symptoms

Christian K. Feld, Mohammadkarim Saeedghalati & Daniel Hering
River assessments are predominantly based upon biological metrics and indices selected or designed to integrate the impact of multiple causes of deterioration (stressors) operating at various spatial scales. Yet, the integrative nature of many bioassessment systems does not allow for tracing back individual stressors and their influence on the overall assessment result. Thus, river managers often fail to link bioassessment with programmes of management measures, to improve ecological quality. Here, we present a novel diagnostic...

Data from: A framework to diagnose the causes of river ecosystem deterioration using biological symptoms

Christian Feld, Mohammadkarim Saeedghalati & Daniel Hering
River assessments are predominantly based upon biological metrics and indices selected or designed to integrate the impact of multiple causes of deterioration (stressors) operating at various spatial scales. Yet, the integrative nature of many bioassessment systems does not allow for tracing back individual stressors and their influence on the overall assessment result. Thus, river managers often fail to link bioassessment with programmes of management measures, to improve ecological quality. Here, we present a novel diagnostic...

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