Current California Fire Sites

CAL Fire: http://www.calfire.ca.gov/general/firemaps

Statewide Fire Map: https://www.google.com/maps/d/viewer?ll=36.518465989675875%2C-114.862060546875&hl=en&z=6&source=embed&ie=UTF8&mid=1HacmM5E2ueL-FT2c6QMVzoAmE5M19GAf

AirNow: https://airnow.gov/index.cfm?action=topics.smoke_wildfires

National Fire Situational Awareness: https://maps.nwcg.gov/sa/#/%3F/39.973/-114.1626/4

InciWeb: https://inciweb.nwcg.gov/

GeoMAC Wildland Fire Support: https://www.geomac.gov/viewer/viewer.shtml

ArcGIS US Wildfire Activity Web Map:https://www.arcgis.com/home/webmap/viewer.html?webmap=df8bcc10430f48878b01c96e907a1fc3

 

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 CAS and iChemLabs partner to optimise efficiency with SciFinder-n
CAS, a division of the American Chemical Society, has partnered with iChemLabs to optimise the efficiency of chemical structure drawing in SciFindern, especially in touch devices, using ChemDoodle®. Built on the trusted chemical research collection from CAS, SciFindern sets a new standard with remarkably relevant search, incredible ease of use and answers you can take right to the lab.
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 Elsevier receives nine first prizes at 2018 BMA Medical Book Awards
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 Frankfurt Fellowship Programme celebrates its 20th anniversary
The Frankfurt Fellowship Programme of Frankfurter Buchmesse is celebrating its 20th anniversary this year. The programme was created on the occasion of the 50th anniversary of Frankfurter Buchmesse in 1998 and has been promoting international dialogue between young publishing professionals ever since.
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 SAGE Publishing announces sponsorship of Public Editor
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 Wolters Kluwer highlights patients as underutilised resource in fight against sepsis
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 IET launches three OA journals to its Energy, Manufacturing and Cognitive Systems collection
The Institution of Engineering and Technology’s (IET) Open Programme has added three fully Gold Open Access journals to its collection spanning the subjects of Energy, Manufacturing and Cognitive Systems. Showcasing the best of engineering science, Gold Open Access allows researchers to publish their most innovative and novel work in the knowledge that it will be accessible to anyone wishing to read it, cite it and re-use it.
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 ConTech 2018 – special lunchtime event announced for Pharma and Digital Healthcare
ConTech 2018 has announced a special pharma and digital healthcare lunchtime event on November 30, at 1.15 p.m. The special event will be lead by Helen Malone, Director of the Global Information Hub at GlaxoSmithKline (GSK).
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 ESSOAr selects Hypothesis to enable open annotation on open discovery and dissemination service
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 ARL joins Global Sustainability Coalition for Open Science Services
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 4open announces call for papers for special issue
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 Annual Reviews appoints Jonathan Michael as Chief Financial Officer
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 Latest edition of Blogspeak now online
The latest edition of Blogspeak is now online. Featured are: Tom Culley and team (What a new Publons Report on Peer Review Says About Diversity, and More); Jill Shuman (Advanced Technologies on the Horizon for Knowledge Managers – But We’re Not There Yet); Ella Flemyng (Patient peer review in academic journals: Next steps in the journey); Peter van den Besselaar and Ulf Sandström (Linguistic analysis reveals the hidden details of research grant proposal peer review reports); and The Economist Blog (An explosion of openness is about to hit scientific publishing). Blogspeak includes blog posts relevant to the publishing industry, particularly STM publishing. Subscribers are invited to participate in the latest edition of Blogspeak Here.
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Latest Publications: UC Davis/UC Davis Medical Center

Your search alert called “UCD/UCDMC” has found 209 new results.

Document Title Authors Year Source
1. Creativity and psychopathology: the tenacious mad-genius controversy updated Simonton, D.K. 2019 Current Opinion in Behavioral Sciences, 27, pp. 17-21.
2. Heat capacities, entropies, and Gibbs free energies of formation of low-k amorphous Si(O)CH dielectric films and implications for stability during processing Chen, J., Calvin, J., Asplund, M., (…), Woodfield, B.F., Navrotsky, A. 2019 Journal of Chemical Thermodynamics, 128, pp. 320-335.
3. Predicting the evolution of Escherichia coli by a data-driven approach Wang, X., Zorraquino, V., Kim, M., Tsoukalas, A., Tagkopoulos, I. 2018 Nature Communications, 9(1), art. no. 3562.
4. A least mean square based active disturbance rejection control for an inertially stabilized platform Bai, C., Zhang, Z. 2018 Optik, 174, pp. 609-622.
5. Small noncoding RNA profiles along alternative developmental trajectories in an annual killifish Romney, A.L.T., Podrabsky, J.E. 2018 Scientific Reports, 8(1), art. no. 13364.
6. Growers’ risk perception and trust in control options for huanglongbing citrus-disease in Florida and California Milne, A.E., Teiken, C., Deledalle, F., (…), Gottwald, T., McRoberts, N. 2018 Crop Protection, 114, pp. 177-186.
7. Preliminary selection and evaluation of fungicides and natural compounds to control olive anthracnose caused by Colletotrichum species Moral, J., Agustí-Brisach, C., Agalliu, G., (…), Romero, J., Trapero, A. 2018 Crop Protection, 114, pp. 167-176.
8. CT-measurement predicts shortening of stable intertrochanteric hip fractures Hecht, G., Shelton, T.J., Saiz, A.M., Goodell, P.B., Wolinsky, P. 2018 Journal of Orthopaedics, 15(4), pp. 952-956.
9. Wilson disease Członkowska, A., Litwin, T., Dusek, P., (…), Weiss, K.H., Schilsky, M.L. 2018 Nature Reviews Disease Primers, 4(1), art. no. 21.
10. Vhl deficiency in osteocytes produces high bone mass and hematopoietic defects Loots, G.G., Robling, A.G., Chang, J.C., (…), Yellowley, C.E., Genetos, D.C. 2018 Bone, 116, pp. 307-314.
11. Water resources sustainability index for a water-stressed basin in Brazil de O. Vieira, E., Sandoval-Solis, S. 2018 Journal of Hydrology: Regional Studies, 19, pp. 97-109.
12. Do environmental factors drive obesity? Evidence from international graduate students Katare, B., Beatty, T.K.M. 2018 Health Economics (United Kingdom), 27(10), pp. 1567-1593.
13. Development of a novel ion-pairing UPLC method with cation-exchange solid-phase extraction for determination of free timolol in human plasma Gallegos, A., Peavy, T., Dixon, R., Isseroff, R.R. 2018 Journal of Chromatography B: Analytical Technologies in the Biomedical and Life Sciences, 1096, pp. 228-235.
14. Oxidative stress – chronic kidney disease – cardiovascular disease: A vicious circle Ravarotto, V., Simioni, F., Pagnin, E., Davis, P.A., Calò, L.A. 2018 Life Sciences, 210, pp. 125-131.
15. Response to Horns et al. 2018: ‘Using opportunistic citizen science data to estimate avian population trends’ Biological Conservation 221, 151–159 Fogarty, F.A., Wohlfeil, M.E., Fleishman, E. 2018 Biological Conservation, 226, pp. 329-330.
16. Millimeter-wave system-on-chip advancement for fusion plasma diagnostics Yu, J.-H., Chang, Y.-T., Lin, K.-Y., (…), Domier, C.W., Luhmann, N.C. 2018 Review of Scientific Instruments, 89(10), art. no. 10H108.
17. Peripherally acting α-adrenoceptor antagonist MK-467 with intramuscular medetomidine and butorphanol in dogs: A prospective, randomised, clinical trial Kallio-Kujala, I.J., Turunen, H.A., Raekallio, M.R., (…), Hautajärvi, H.J., Vainio, O.M. 2018 Veterinary Journal, 240, pp. 22-26.
18. White paper of the Society of Abdominal Radiology hepatocellular carcinoma diagnosis disease-focused panel on LI-RADS v2018 for CT and MRI Elsayes, K.M., Kielar, A.Z., Elmohr, M.M., (…), Szklaruk, J., Sirlin, C.B. 2018 Abdominal Radiology, 43(10), pp. 2625-2642.
19. The MAP4 Kinase SIK1 Ensures Robust Extracellular ROS Burst and Antibacterial Immunity in Plants Zhang, M., Chiang, Y.-H., Toruño, T.Y., (…), Zhou, J.-M., Coaker, G. 2018 Cell Host and Microbe, 24(3), pp. 379-391.e5.
20. A single transcription factor promotes both yield and immunity in rice Wang, J., Zhou, L., Shi, H., (…), Li, J., Chen, X. 2018 Science, 361(6406), pp. 1026-1028.
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Engineering School Profile (ESP) on Engineering Village

De-Mystify Your School’s Engineering Research Profile

on Wed, 09/12/2018 – 19:46

The institutional research decisions of tomorrow are often made with today’s research in mind. Thorough analysis of today’s engineering research trends, reach, and impact help deans and chairs make data-driven decisions about the pathway to tomorrow, while influencing grant allocations, research focus, and overall strategic vision.

Yet, the pathway from today to tomorrow is often uncertain. Creating reports that summarize institutional research activity can be time consuming. Plus, it’s still a challenge to reconcile data from multiple sources. Without a comprehensive analytical view, institutions are challenged to capture their valuable contributions to the engineering research community today or make data-driven decisions about the future. Similarly, engineering leaders may struggle in making judgements about funding and both short-term and strategic long-term focus.

The Engineering School Profile (ESP) on Engineering Village demystifies your school’s engineering research landscape. Track research output and view institutional engineering research trends in one visual, interactive, and customizable interface. With the power of Compendex’s 190 engineering disciplines and global focus, engineering leaders are ensured a thorough and comprehensive analysis of their institution’s research landscape.

 

Where to find the Engineering School Profile on www.engineeringvillage.com

 

Additional Features That Provide Benefits

  • View what you need – Customize charts and graphs by engineering subject area and date range
    • Assess engineering research output based on:
      • Top authors
      • Research focus
      • Funding sources
      • Annual research publication output (last 10 years)
      • Subject area
      • Source title
  • Share findings – Easily share results via email and download to include data within reports and presentations
  • Track what’s important – Use alerts (coming in October 2018) and save features to track your progress against important metrics
  • Compare and contrast – Pull up multiple institutional profiles to compare research output against peers

 

Feature Overview

  • 1: Filter by dates and subject areas
  • 2: Filter for institutions
  • 3: Two of the six charts included
  • 4: Email, print and download data

 

Who Else Benefits From the Engineering School Profile

  • Librarians = Save time and effort tracking engineering school research output without sacrificing quality by using the world’s most trusted and comprehensive engineering research tool. Take the insights to the dean and/or department chair.
  • Professors = Determine areas of key contributions to research and prominence within the research institution
  • Students = Make better decisions when choosing a graduate / PhD program by analyzing which institutions are research leaders in engineering areas of interest as well as identify experts in an engineering specialty field

 

Get started todayhttps://www.engineeringvillage.com/search/esp/display.url

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John Wiley and Sons Inc., a global leader in education and scholarly research; Publons, a peer review platform; and ScholarOne, a manuscript submission system, have announced the launch of the scholarly industry’s first scalable open peer review workflow. Academic journals have faced a number of practical difficulties to adopt such models, hindered by complex and established workflows.
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 Society for Scholarly Publishing and Frankfurter Buchmesse collaborate for 2018 Frankfurt Book Fair
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 Southern Cross University opts for Ex Libris Esploro research services solution
Ex Libris®, a ProQuest company, has announced that Australia’s Southern Cross University will be joining the Ex Libris EsploroTM early adopter program. The Esploro research services solution will facilitate the capture, management, and dissemination of the university’s research output and data across all disciplines and consolidate information about researchers, their publications, and their data.
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 Frontiers in Cellular and Infection Microbiology launches new section on Microbes and Innate Immunity
Frontiers in Cellular and Infection Microbiology has announced the launch of its latest section, Microbes and Innate Immunity, led by Thirumala-Devi Kanneganti, St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital and Amal Amer of Ohio State University. Microbes and Innate Immunity publishes research on the initial microbial sensing by the host, and the innate immune response and its modulation upon infection by human and zoonotic microbial pathogens, including bacteria, viruses and parasites.
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 OCLC Research and CARL partner to gauge innovation trends, priorities in research libraries
OCLC Research has announced that it is conducting a survey on innovation trends and priorities in research libraries, in partnership with the Canadian Association of Research Libraries (CARL). The survey is being sent to library directors at 31 institutions in Canada. The survey aims to gain intelligence regarding trends, capacities and priorities within the research library community.
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 Ingram Publisher Services adds three new technical publishers to its sales and distribution network
Ingram Publisher Services has announced the addition of three new technical and professional publisher clients to its sales and distribution network. Publishers include Hanser Publications; The Institution of Engineering and Technology (IET); and International Society for Technology in Education (ISTE).
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 Springer Nature announces new eBook collection – Intelligent Technologies and Robotics
Open research publisher Springer Nature has announced a specially-tailored eBook collection focusing on the fields of intelligent technologies and robotics. This package focuses on interdisciplinary and dynamic areas of engineering which have emerged from the more traditional disciplines of automation and control. The decision to create this new collection reflects the increasing demand for academic books from progressive research areas that are already having an impact in society.
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 Clarivate Analytics announces winner of 2018 Eugene Garfield Award
Clarivate Analytics, a leader in providing trusted insights and analytics to enable researchers to accelerate discovery, has announced the recipient of the 2018 Eugene Garfield Award for Innovation in Citation Analysis at the 23rd Science and Technology Indicators Conference in Leiden, Netherlands. Launched in 2017, this award recognises scientists working on innovative approaches in citation analysis that improve how they measure the impact of scientific research – also known as scientometrics – a field in which Garfield was a pioneer.
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 Publisher Promotion & Fulfillment provides subscription management solutions for five new publisher partners
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 The Optical Society launches first issue of its new gold OA journal, OSA Continuum
The Optical Society (OSA) has published the first issue of its newest peer-reviewed, Gold Open-Access journal, OSA ContinuumOSA Continuum joins OSA’s diverse portfolio of 17 peer-reviewed journals and provides a home for work that meets OSA’s high standards for technical accuracy, scientific rigour and presentation quality, without judgment of novelty or impact.
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 Future Science Group appoints David H Hickam as Senior Editor of Journal of Comparative Effectiveness Research
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 SPEC survey webcast on Learning Analytics
The Association of Research Libraries (ARL) is offering a series of webcasts that present the findings from the latest SPEC surveys and allow webcast participants to discuss trends with the survey authors. A 45-minute webcast will follow the publication of each SPEC Kit in 2018.
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 SAGE Publishing acquires Lean Library to bring library services into patrons’ workflow
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 Karger and Wellcome Trust join the Blockchain for Peer Review Initiative
Medical and scientific publishing company Karger Publishers has recently joined the Blockchain for Peer Review initiative. After Springer Nature, Cambridge University Press and Taylor & Francis, Karger is the fourth reputable publisher to join the efforts towards making peer review more transparent, efficient and recognisable. In addition, Wellcome Trust has joined the Blockchain for Peer Review initiative as an advisor.
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 Publons announces winners of Publons Peer Review Awards
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 American Psychological Association partners with Kudos to accelerate impact of researchers’ published work
Kudos, a service for managing dissemination of research publications, has announced a partnership with theAmerican Psychological Association (APA), a scientific and professional organisation representing psychology in the US. APA has partnered with Kudos to expand its support for APA book and journal authors as they share their work, grow audiences, and accelerate impact.
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 Gale launches new research environment – Digital Scholar Lab
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 BrainFacts.org names Richard Wingate as new Editor-in-Chief
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 ConTech 2018′ session helps to discover organisations’ Data Science Premium
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 Elsevier closes its acquisition of Aries Systems
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 SAGE to publish the Journal of Information Technology and Journal of Information Technology Teaching Cases from 2019
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 Peerwith and De Gruyter partner to develop peer-2-peer marketplace solution
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 MIT Open Access Task Force releases white paper
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 LM Information Delivery appoints Caroline Currie as Country Manager for UK and Ireland
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The latest edition of Blogspeak is now online. Featured are: Marta Teperek and Alastair Dunning (Research data should be available long-term…but who is going to pay?); Adam Hyde (Guest Post: Open Source and Scholarly Publishing); Joanna Wilkinson (6 tips to secure a peer review invitation); and Christina Emery (30 million downloads of open access book chapters). Blogspeak includes blog posts relevant to the publishing industry, particularly STM publishing. Subscribers are invited to participate in the latest edition of BlogspeakHere.
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Latest Publications: UC Davis/UC Davis Medical Center

Your search alert called “UCD/UCDMC” has found 214 new results.

Document Title Authors Year Source
1. Irrigation management for arsenic mitigation in rice grain: Timing and severity of a single soil drying Carrijo, D.R., Li, C., Parikh, S.J., Linquist, B.A. 2019 Science of the Total Environment, 649, pp. 300-307.
2. Representational Similarity Analyses: A Practical Guide for Functional MRI Applications Dimsdale-Zucker, H.R., Ranganath, C. 2019 Handbook of Behavioral Neuroscience, 28, pp. 509-525.
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