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La avenida Norte – Sur y Santiago de Chile / Avenue North - South and Santiago de Chile
Juan Parrochia Beguin [1965]
Revista de Urbanismo , 2011, DOI: doi: 10.5354/0717-5051.2011.15493
Abstract: Se describe las principales funciones de la Avenida Norte - Sur en Santiago de Chile. / It describes the main functions of the Avenida Norte - Sur in Santiago, Chile.
El Parque Portal Bicentenario en Santiago de Chile / Portal Bicentennial Park in Santiago de Chile
Beach Lobos, Myriam;,Montealegre Klenner, Alberto
Revista de Urbanismo , 2007, DOI: doi: 10.5354/0717-5051.2007.298
Abstract: Se presenta los principios que orientaron el dise o del Parque Portal Bicentenario, un parque de 50 hás. que será el eje principal de la nueva urbanización “Ciudad Parque Bicentenario”, actualmente en construcción en los terrenos del ex aeropuerto de Los Cerrillos en Santiago de Chile.The following text was submitted to the Architecture Competition together with the project drawings. It presents the principles that leaded the design. The 123 acres park will be the main axis of a new urban development in Santiago “Ciudad Parque Bicentenario” at present under construction on the area occupied by the former Cerrillos Airport, Santiago de Chile.
Santiago de Chile, ?ejemplo de una reestructuración capitalista global?
Fuentes,Luis; Sierralta,Carlos;
EURE (Santiago) , 2004, DOI: 10.4067/S0250-71612004009100002
Abstract: terms like "global city", "diffuse city", "dual city", among others, deserve to be discussed and contrasted with urban processes that are been taking part in santiago de chile in the last decades. this article attempts to discuss the convenience of grant to chile?s capital city these and others adjectives, commonly used in the urban literature
Perfiles Identitarios de Trabajadores de Grandes Empresas del Retail en Santiago de Chile: Aportes Psicosociales a la Comprensión de las Identidades Laborales Identity Profiles of Workers in Large Retail Companies in Santiago, Chile: Psychosocial Contributions to the Understanding of Labor Identities  [cached]
Antonio Stecher
Psykhe (Santiago) , 2012,
Abstract: Se presentan los resultados de un estudio cualitativo sobre las identidades laborales de trabajadores de tiendas de grandes y modernizadas empresas del retail (supermercados, tiendas por departamento, tiendas para el mejoramiento del hogar) en Santiago de Chile. Se analizan los relatos de una muestra no probabilística intencionada opinática de 18 trabajadores divididos en 4 grupos según género y generación: 5 mujeres y 4 hombres menores de 40 a os y 5 mujeres y 4 hombres mayores de 45 a os. La información, generada a través de entrevistas en profundidad, fue analizada con el modelo de análisis narrativo holístico y de contenido, buscando reconstruir el sentido, la trama y la orientación global de las narrativas identitarias de los trabajadores. Se presentan 3 perfiles identitarios o tipos de identidad laboral, los que fueron reconstruidos inductivamente a partir de los casos analizados: de oficio, obrera y de emprendimiento estratégico. Se discute la heterogeneidad de las identidades laborales en el retail y el modo como estas están condicionadas por el trayecto biográfico de los trabajadores y por las condiciones de trabajo en las tiendas. The article presents the results of a qualitative study on the labor identities on stores' employees of large and modernized retail companies (supermarkets, department stores, home improvement stores) in Santiago, Chile. The stories of a non probabilistic, purposive and opinatic sample of 18 workers are analyzed, divided into 4 groups according to gender and generation criteria: 5 women and 4 men under 40 years and 5 women and 4 men over 45 years. The information generated through in-depth interviews was analyzed using the holistic-content mode of narrative analysis, looking to rebuild the plot and the overall meaning of the workers' identitary narratives. Three identity profiles are presented that were reconstructed inductively from the cases analyzed: occupational identity, worker identity and strategic-entrepreneurial identity. The heterogeneity of work identities in retail stores is discussed, along with the way they are heavily influenced by the biographic course of workers and by working conditions in the stores.
The community of gastrointestinal helminths in the housemouse, Mus musculus, in Santiago, Chile
LANDAELA-AQUEVEQUE,CARLOS A; ROBLES,MARíA D. R; CALLAN,PEDRO E;
Parasitología latinoamericana , 2007, DOI: 10.4067/S0717-77122007000200010
Abstract: the house mouse, mus musculus, has been present in chile since approximately 1600 ad and it is the most tipically synanthropic rodent in chile. in order to know its parasites a survey was conducted in three different localities in santiago. the helminthes community was poor in species and only three nematodes species were found: syphacia obvelata,aspiculuris tetraptera and physaloptera calnuensl all these species constitutes the first record in chile. this is also the first record of p. calnuensis in this host. syphacia obvelata was the most abundant and the most prevalent.
Santiago de Chile, ejemplo de una reestructuración capitalista global?  [cached]
Luis Fuentes,Carlos Sierralta
EURE (Santiago) , 2004,
Abstract: Términos como "ciudad global", "ciudad difusa", "ciudad dual", entre otros, merecen ser rediscutidos y contrastados con el proceso de transformaciones experimentado por Santiago de Chile producto de la reestructuración capitalista. En este sentido, este trabajo pretende discutir acerca de la conveniencia de otorgar a la capital de Chile éstos y otros adjetivos frecuentemente utilizados en la literatura urbanística internacional. Terms like "global city", "diffuse city", "dual city", among others, deserve to be discussed and contrasted with urban processes that are been taking part in Santiago de Chile in the last decades. This article attempts to discuss the convenience of grant to Chile’s capital city these and others adjectives, commonly used in the urban literature
Embarazo y parto en madres inmigrantes en Santiago, Chile Pregnancy and delivery in inmigrant mothers in Santiago, Chile
Rodrigo Vásquez-de Kartzow,Carlos Castillo-Durán
Revista chilena de pediatría , 2012,
Abstract: Introducción: La inmigración es un fenómeno creciente en Latinoamérica incluido Chile, principalmente de bajo nivel socioeconómico. Estos grupos pueden tener mayor riesgo de patología obstétrica y neonatal. Objetivos: Conocer la proporción de partos en madres inmigrantes en Santiago, Chile; conocer datos demográficos; comparar el peso y talla de los hijos en relación a los de madres nacionales (MN). Pacientes y Métodos: En un estudio de casos y controles se analizó la base de datos con antecedentes de embarazadas atendidas para parto en el Servicio de Obstetricia, Hospital San Borja-Arriarán. Por cada caso de embarazada inmigrante (MI) se seleccionaron aleatoriamente 2 controles de madres chilenas (MN), con parto en el mismo día de cada caso, entre el 1/06/2008 y el 30/06/2009. Resultados: De un total de 6 441 partos hubo 495 de inmigrantes (7,6% del total; 89% en peruanas); se compararon con 976 controles. Embarazo controlado en 97,9 % en MI y 99,1% en MN (NS). Se observó < riesgo de embarazo adolescente en MI (6,3 % vs 15,9 %; OR: 0,35; IC: 0,23-0,54); a nivel nacional esta cifra es de 14%; sin diferencias en la proporción de > de 35 a os (15,0 vs 14,3%), ni en la de primiparidad (45,8 vs 45,6%). Las MI tuvieron < bajo peso de nacimiento (5,4% vs 8,4%; OR: 0,62; IC 0,39-0,99) (prevalencia nacional: 5,7%), sin asociación con menor embarazo adolescente. Conclusiones: Las madres inmigrantes de estratos socioeconómicos bajos en Santiago, Chile, presentan una menor proporción de embarazo adolescente y de bajo peso al nacer en sus hijos; sin diferencias en primiparidad. Introduction: Immigration, mainly from low socio-economic groups is a growing phenomenon in Latin America, including Chile. These groups may have a higher risk for obstetrical and neonatal pathology. Objectives: To know the rate of deliveries in immigrant mothers in Santiago, Chile and their demographics; To compare the weight and height of their children with that of native mothers (NM). Patients and Methods: In a case control studies a database of pregnant women delivering in the Obstetrics Service of San Borja - Arriarán Hospital was analyzed. For every case of an immigrant pregnant mother (IM) 2 control Chilean mothers (NM) were randomly selected, delivering n the same day in every case, between 1/06/2008 and 30/06/2009. Results: From a total number of 6441 deliveries, 495 were of immigrants (7.6 % of total rate; 89% Peruvians) compared with 976 controls. Pregnancy controlled in 97.9 % in IM and 99.1 % in NM (NS). A lower risk for teenage pregnancy was observed in IM (6.3 % versus 15.9 %
Transformaciones del modelo territorial de Santiago de Chile./ Transformations in the territorial model of Santiago de Chile.  [PDF]
Jonás Figueroa Salas
Revista de Urbanismo , 2008, DOI: doi: 10.5354/0717-5051.2008.264
Abstract: La identificación de las tendencias morfológicas, como expresiones espaciales del crecimiento físico del área Metropolitana de Santiago de Chile, sirve para reflexionar acerca de las diferentes y variadas contradicciones -negaciones y discontinuidades- que operan eventualmente entre el modelo territorial propuesto por los instrumentos de ordenamiento y la planta final resultante. Junto a ello, esta reflexión nos brinda la oportunidad de identificar las tendencias registradas por una urbanística de escala metropolitana, cuyo signo de los tiempos es el todo urbanizable, dejando de lado otras maneras y modos de encarar el crecimiento físico de la ciudad. En tal sentido, el dise o de una armadura de escala provincial, como factor de reequilibrio entre un débil sistema regional de ciudades y un área metropolitana excedida, constituye la segunda parte del escrito./The urban growth of Santiago, and it morphology, is the starting point in the study of the contradictions between the plans for Santiago and its results. The author also notes that the differences between the scales of planning is also an issue in the attempt to perform a better regional and local planning.
Oxidation capacity of the city air of Santiago, Chile
Y. F. Elshorbany, R. Kurtenbach, P. Wiesen, E. Lissi, M. Rubio, G. Villena, E. Gramsch, A. R. Rickard, M. J. Pilling,J. Kleffmann
Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics (ACP) & Discussions (ACPD) , 2009,
Abstract: The oxidation capacity of the highly polluted urban area of Santiago, Chile has been evaluated during a summer measurement campaign carried out from 8–20 March 2005. The hydroxyl (OH) radical budget was evaluated employing a simple quasi-photostationary-state model (PSS) constrained with simultaneous measurements of HONO, HCHO, O3, NO, NO2, j(O1D), j(NO2), 13 alkenes and meteorological parameters. In addition, a zero dimensional photochemical box model based on the Master Chemical Mechanism (MCMv3.1) has been used to estimate production rates and total free radical budgets, including OH, HO2 and RO2. Besides the above parameters, the MCM model has been constrained by the measured CO and volatile organic compounds (VOCs) including alkanes and aromatics. Both models simulate the same OH concentration during daytime indicating that the primary OH sources and sinks included in the simple PSS model predominate. Mixing ratios of the main OH radical precursors were found to be in the range 0.8–7 ppbv (HONO), 0.9–11 ppbv (HCHO) and 0–125 ppbv (O3). The alkenes average mixing ratio was ~58 ppbC accounting for ~12% of the total identified non-methane hydrocarbons (NMHCs). During the daytime (08:00 h–19:00 h), HONO photolysis was shown to be the most important primary OH radical source comprising alone ~55% of the total initial production rate, followed by alkene ozonolysis (~24%) and photolysis of HCHO (~16%) and O3 (~5%). The calculated average and maximum daytime OH production rates from HONO photolysis was 1.7 ppbv h 1 and 3.1 ppbv h 1, respectively. Based on the experimental results a strong photochemical daytime source of HONO is proposed. A detailed analysis of the sources of OH radical precursors has also been carried out.
Oxidation capacity of the city air of Santiago, Chile  [PDF]
Y. F. Elshorbany,R. Kurtenbach,P. Wiesen,E. Lissi
Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics Discussions , 2008,
Abstract: The oxidation capacity of the highly polluted urban area of Santiago, Chile has been evaluated during an extensive summer measurement campaign carried out from 8–20 March 2005. The hydroxyl (OH) radical budget was evaluated employing a simple quasi-photostationary-state model (PSS) constrained with simultaneous measurements of HONO, HCHO, O3, NO, NO2, j(O1D), j(NO2), 13 alkenes and meteorological parameters. In addition, a zero dimensional photochemical box model based on the Master Chemical Mechanism (MCMv3.1) has been used to estimate production rates and total free radical budgets, including OH, HO2 and RO2. Besides the above parameters, the MCM model has been constrained by the measured CO and volatile organic compounds (VOCs) including alkanes and aromatics. Both models showed the same OH radical budget during daytime which indicates that the primary OH sources and sinks included in the simple PSS model are predominant. Mixing ratios of the main OH radical precursors were found to be in the range 0.8–7 ppbv (HONO), 0.9–11 ppbv (HCHO) and 0–125 ppbv (O3). The alkenes average mixing ratio was ~58 ppbC accounting for ~12% of the total identified non-methane hydrocarbons (NMHCs). During the day time (8 h–19 h), HONO photolysis was shown to be the most important primary OH radical source comprising alone more than ~55% of the total initial production rate, followed by alkene ozonolysis (~24%) and photolysis of HCHO (~16%) and O3 (~5%). The calculated average and maximum daytime OH production rates from HONO photolysis was 1.7 ppbv h 1 and 3.1 ppbv h 1, respectively. Based on the experimental results a strong photochemical daytime source of HONO is proposed. A detailed analysis of the sources of OH radical precursors has also been carried out.
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