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Osama Mohammed Elmardi Suleiman, Mahmoud Yassin Osman, Tagelsir Hassan
Global Journal of Engineering Sciences, Volume 2, pp 1-9; doi:10.33552/gjes.2019.02.000529

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New numerical results are generated for in – plane compressive biaxial buckling which serve to quantify the effects of lamination scheme on buckling loading. The results indicate that the symmetric laminate is stiffer than the anti – symmetric one. This phenomenon is caused by coupling between bending and stretching which lowers the buckling loads of symmetric laminate.
Abdul Khalil Gardezi, Angélica García Jiménez, Sergio R Marquez Berber, Héctor Flores Magdaleno, Mario Ulises Larqué Saavedra, Gabriel Haro Aguilar
World Journal of Agriculture and Soil Science, Volume 2, pp 1-11; doi:10.33552/wjass.2019.02.000543

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Mexico is one of the countries with the highest soil degradation due to erosion in Latin America. One of the most affected areas is the Mixteca Alta of Oaxaca, Mexico which presents advanced degradation processes. Where reforestation has been implemented as a restoration strategy. Which will allow recovering some ecosystem functions, such as protection against erosion and carbon capture. Materials and Methods: In the present study, aerial biomass, aerial carbon and soil organic carbon (SOC) were estimated in reforestation of Pinus greggii of different ages (1 to 8 years) with soil clearing under two slope conditions in the northern zone of the Mixteca Alta of Oaxaca. Aerial biomass and aerial carbon were obtained by allometric equations. The organic carbon content of the soil was estimated from the soil organic matter (OM), which was evaluated by the method proposed by Walkley and Black [1].
Rory Fleming Richardson
Archives in Neurology & Neuroscience, Volume 4, pp 1-3; doi:10.33552/ann.2019.04.000581

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Some of the problems which have plagued psychiatry and psychology relate to the limitations of our ability to research conditions to any extent that there is a preponderance of connective data to clarify specific differences in conditions. Part of the problem in achieving the best quality of research is that all life functions on a continuum, spanning time and changing over that medium. Most physical medical scientists know that gathering samples of blood, or blood pressure, or other measures must be repeated at the same time and under the same conditions every time to be able to make accurate comparisons. Blood pressure in the morning will be different from the blood pressure at night [1].
Yenyu (Rebecca) Huang
Scientific Journal of Research & Reviews, Volume 2, pp 1-7; doi:10.33552/sjrr.2019.02.000535

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This paper examines the market reaction to a sample of 623 directors’ and officers’ insurance first purchase announced from 2002- 2010 in Taiwan. This paper documents an average abnormal return of about -0.870 percent over a 2-day announcement window. Instead viewing such insurance necessary to attract and maintain competent directors and officers, shareholders view such insurance to have adverse effects on their wealth.
Kurt Forrer
Open Access Journal of Addiction and Psychology, Volume 2; doi:10.33552/oajap.2019.02.000531

Yue Min Wan
Global Journal of Engineering Sciences, Volume 2, pp 1-3; doi:10.33552/gjes.2019.02.000543

George Zhuang
Global Journal of Engineering Sciences, Volume 2, pp 1-2; doi:10.33552/gjes.2019.02.000548

George Zhuang
Global Journal of Engineering Sciences, Volume 2, pp 1-2; doi:10.33552/gjes.2019.02.000547

Sharfuddim Ahmed, Tasruba Shahnaz, Shams Mohammed Noman, Shawkat Kabir
World Journal of Ophthalmology & Vision Research, Volume 2, pp 1-4; doi:10.33552/wjovr.2019.02.000528

Maryam Naser, Shoniz Asnovil, Aron Mahfelin
World Journal of Ophthalmology & Vision Research, Volume 2, pp 1-2; doi:10.33552/wjovr.2019.02.000526

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