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Authorities cracked down on online resources that have been used to mobilize civic activism. As major antigovernment protests were held in dozens of cities across Russia in 2017, authorities focused on censoring online sources of information on upcoming demonstrations. The prosecutor general asked Roskomnadzor to initiate the blocking of websites that were allegedly inciting public disorder. One of the pages targeted was a group on the social networking site VKontakte called "We Demand Systemic Changes in the Country."
However, while Russians are still able to access a wide variety of outside sources, many independent online media outlets within Russia have been forced to shut down over the past two years due to increasing government pressure. Self-censorship is encouraged by the vague wording of restrictive legislation, the seemingly arbitrary manner in which these laws are enforced, and the near-total ineffectiveness of judicial remedies. Laws prohibiting "extremist" content and the government's crackdown on certain media outlets have had a chilling effect on free speech, particularly with regard to such sensitive topics as governance failures, corruption, the war with Ukraine, the annexation of Crimea, violations of civil rights, religion, and the LGBTI community. The new "Information Society Development Strategy" adopted in May 2017 directs officials to ensure that Russian "spiritual and cultural values" are represented in internet governance policy, potentially foreshadowing further censorship.
Cave geometry also determines how surface conditions will influence the cave environment (de Freitas & Littlejohn, 1987; Tuttle & Stevenson, 1978; Williams & McKay, 2015; Williams et al., 2017). Acquiring a data set with adequate statistical power to model how temperature and humidity varies by structure will enable a robotic platform to both identify the most stable and buffered locations within a cave (Q11), which, in most cases, will represent the regions of optimal habitability and thus the best locations to sample for evidence of life (Q12). Moreover, Q10 highlights the importance of cave ice. Airflow, which is also influenced by cave geometry as well as surface temperature and barometric pressure shifts governs cave temperature and humidity regimes and water/water ice stability (Perșoiu & Onac, 2019; Williams & McKay, 2015; Williams et al., 2017).
Another important topic is how to identify, measure, and quantitatively examine paleoclimate records from planetary cave deposits (Q19). For Earth, paleoclimatic research involves examining the carbon and oxygen isotope composition of cave minerals and speleothems in both volcanic (Ulloa et al., 2013) and dissolution (both carbonate and evaporite) caves (De Waele et al., 2017; Fairchild & Baker, 2012). On the Moon, Mars, and other planetary bodies, the presence of secondary minerals is likely related to local geochemical processes, possibly due to the presence of volatiles, which has direct implications in the search of life on Mars. Importantly, could we apply the same terrestrial techniques to extract paleoclimatic and/or paleoenvironmental information from speleothems on another planetary body? Terrestrial caves are typically characterized by stable climatic conditions where evidence of past climates (mainly within sediments and chemical precipitates) can be preserved much better than on the surface. By comparing similar deposits on Earth (e.g., Fairchild & Baker, 2012), Martian cave deposits may represent key proxies for further characterizing the climatic history of Mars. However, until we can conduct a robotic mission to explore a Martian cave interior, this remains speculative.
Alexopoulos, Theocharis and Packianather, Michael ORCID: -0002-9436-8206 2017. A monitoring and data analysis system to achieve zero-defects manufacturing in highly regulated industries. Presented at: 4th International Conference on Sustainable Design and Manufacturing, Bologna, Italy, Apr 2017. Sustainable Design and Manufacturing 2017. , vol.68 Cham: Springer, pp. 303-313. 10.1007/978-3-319-57078-5_30
Almoraish, Ahmed 2017. Measuring customer experience and its consequences in B2B professional service customers: A longitudinal study. Presented at: 6th International Research Conference in Marketing, Glasgow, 16-17 May 2017. -.
Alves, Tiago Marcos ORCID: -0002-2765-3760 2017. Structural heterogeneities in submarine slide blocks: Impact on seal-unit competence from macro- to mesostructural scales. Presented at: Deep-water Depositional Systems: Advances and Applications, London, UK, 25-27 January 2017.
Anthi, Eirini, Javed, Amir ORCID: -0001-9761-0945, Rana, Omer F. ORCID: -0003-3597-2646 and Theodorakopoulos, Georgios ORCID: -0003-2701-7809 2017. Secure data sharing and analysis in cloud-based energy management systems. Presented at: Second EAI International Conference, IISSC 2017 and CN4IoT 2017, Brindisi, Italy, 20-21 April 2017. Published in: Longo, Antonella, Zappatore, Marco, Villari, Massimo, Rana, Omer, Bruneo, Dario, Ranjan, Rajiv, Fazin, Maria and Massonet, Philippe eds. IISSC 2017, CN4IoT 2017: Cloud Infrastructures, Services, and IoT Systems for Smart Cities. Lecture Notes of the Institute for Computer Sciences, Social Informatics and Telecommunications Engineering , vol.189 Springer, pp. 228-242. 10.1007/978-3-319-67636-4_24
Chamberland, Maxime ORCID: -0001-7064-0984, Gray, William ORCID: -0001-7595-8887, Descoteaux, Maxime and Jones, Derek ORCID: -0003-4409-8049 2017. Interactive computation and visualization of structural connectomes in real-time. Presented at: CNI 2017: International Workshop on Connectomics in Neuroimaging, Quebec City, QC, Canada, 14 September 2017. Published in: Wu, G., Laurienti, P., Bonilha, L. and Munsell, B.C. eds. Connectomics in NeuroImaging. Lecture Notes in Artificial Intelligence. Lecture Notes in Computer Science , vol.10511 Cham, Switzerland: Springer Verlag, pp. 35-41. 10.1007/978-3-319-67159-8_5
Coburn, B. H. and Wu, Zhangming ORCID: -0001-7100-3282 2017. Buckling analysis of stiffened variable angle tow skins using energy methods. Presented at: 17th International Conference on Composite Structures, ICCS17, Porto, Portugal, 17-21 June 2013.
Davidova, Marie ORCID: -0002-1820-148X, Zatloukal, Jan and Zimova, Katerina 2017. Responsive transformer: The bio-robotic adaptive architecture. Presented at: IDCK - International Design Conference, Karachi, Pakistan, 20 - 22 February 2017. Published in: Mahbub, Farah, Uddin, Saleh and Khan, Muhammad Ali eds. International Design Conference: Design Evolution [Education and Practice]. Karachi: Indus Valley School of Art and Architecture, pp. 1-8.
Dong, Shi-Wei, Lees, Jonathan ORCID: -0002-6217-7552 and Tasker, Paul J. ORCID: -0002-6760-7830 2017. A de-embedding network at higher frequency and its error analysis. Presented at: IEEE International Conference on Electronic Information and Communication Technology (ICEICT), Harbin, China, 20-22 Aug 2016. IEEE International Conference on Electronic Information and Communication Technology (ICEICT). IEEE, pp. 512-514. 10.1109/ICEICT.2016.7879754
Eruteya, O. E., Omosanya, K. O., Johansen, S. E., Waldmann, N. D. and Alves, Tiago Marcos ORCID: -0002-2765-3760 2017. Hydrothermal venting-induced structural compartmentalization in the Vøring Basin, Norwegian North Sea. Presented at: TSG Annual Conference, Liverpool, UK, 4-6 January 2017.
Fagade, Tesleem, Albishry, Nabeel, Tryfonas, Theo and Spyridopoulos, Theodoros ORCID: -0001-7575-9909 2017. System dynamics approach to malicious insider cyber-threat modelling and analysis. Presented at: 5th International Conference on Human Aspects of Information Security, Privacy and Trust, Vancouver, Canada, 9th-14th July 2017. Human Aspects of Information Security, Privacy and Trust. Lecture Notes in Computer Science , vol.10292 Springer, pp. 309-321. 10.1007/978-3-319-58460-7_21
Farnell, Damian ORCID: -0003-0662-1927, Galloway, Jennifer ORCID: -0003-4800-5970, Zhurov, Alexei ORCID: -0002-5594-0740, Richmond, Stephen ORCID: -0001-5449-5318, Katic, Visnja and Pirttiniemi, Pertti 2017. Initial results of multilevel principal componentsanalysis of facial shape. Presented at: MIUA 2017: Annual Conference on Medical Image Understanding and Analysis, Edinburgh, UK, 11-13 July 2017. Published in: Valdes Hernandez, Maria and Gonzalez Castro, Victor eds. Medical Image Understanding and Analysis. Communications in Computer and Information Science , vol.723 Cham: Springer, pp. 674-685. 10.1007/978-3-319-60964-5_59
He, Wenjing, Jones, Phillip ORCID: -0003-1559-8984, Li, Xiaojun and Hou, Shan 2017. Energy performance plan analysis in a new ecological city. Presented at: PLEA 2017 conference, Edinburgh, UK, 2-5 July 2017. Plea 2017 proceedings - Design to Thrive. , vol.1 NCEUB, pp. 1408-1413.
Hills, M., Baillie, Jessica ORCID: -0002-4592-7286 and Nelson, Annmarie ORCID: -0002-6075-8425 2017. Advance care planning for a preferred place of death: Do professionals ask children and young people what they want? Presented at: 8th International Cardiff Conference on Paediatric Palliative Care, Cardiff, 26-28 July 2017.
Johnson, Ilona, Smith, Mathew ORCID: -0002-5697-0204, Tomlinson, Pamela, Jones, Rhiannon, Jones, Rhiannon and Jones, Sharon 2017. Learning how "professions can work together to provide the best care": Dental-pharmacy inter-professional education presenter. Presented at: Learning together to improve oral health and quality of life, Vilnius, Lithuania, 23-26 August 2017. p. 45.