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Ilmastonmuutos lisää metsätuhojen riskejä Suomessa

Ari Venäläinen, Ilari Lehtonen, Mikko Laapas, Kimmo Ruosteenoja, Olli-Pekka Tikkanen, Heli Viiri, Veli-Pekka Ikonen, Heli Peltola
2020 Metsätieteen aikakauskirja  
., Peltola H. (2020). Ilmastonmuutos lisää metsätuhojen riskejä Suomessa. Metsätieteen aikakauskirja 2020-10454. Tieteen tori. 9 s. https://doi.  ... 
doi:10.14214/ma.10454 fatcat:ld3dbseblbbgrl3m4gcdczvtle

Adult Learners and a One-day Production Training – Small Changes but the Native Language Sound System Prevails

Kimmo U. Peltola, Tomi Rautaoja, Paavo Alku, Maija S. Peltola
2017 Journal of Language Teaching and Research  
In contrast, Peltola, K. U., Tamminen, Alku & Peltola, M.  ...  Saloranta, Tamminen, Alku & Peltola, M. S. (2015) used the same stimulus setting as Peltola, K. U., Tamminen, Alku & Peltola, M. S. (2015) , Alku & Peltola, M.  ...  Kimmo U. Peltola, MA, is a PhD candidate from the Department of Phonetics and Learning, Age and Bilingualism Laboratory (LAB-lab), University of Turku, Finland.  ... 
doi:10.17507/jltr.0801.01 fatcat:gpkwhxh4mvb6blijtblplyxqay

Motoric Training Alters Speech Sound Perception and Production — Active Listening Training Does Not Lead into Learning Outcomes

Kimmo U. Peltola, Henna Tamminen, Paavo Alku, Teija Kujala, Maija S. Peltola
2020 Journal of Language Teaching and Research  
., Alku & Peltola, M. S., 2017a).  ...  Also, Peltola, K. U., Alku & Peltola, M. S. (2017a) showed that mere exposure to non-native vowels changed production performance in a similar manner as a listen and repeat training.  ...  Kimmo U. Peltola, MA, is a University Teacher from the Department of Phonetics and Learning, Age and Bilingualism Laboratory (LAB-lab), University of Turku, Finland.  ... 
doi:10.17507/jltr.1101.02 fatcat:p7wahw3d65bwjhcs3f4qdjt2xy

Seasonal soil moisture and drought occurrence in Europe in CMIP5 projections for the 21st century

Kimmo Ruosteenoja, Tiina Markkanen, Ari Venäläinen, Petri Räisänen, Heli Peltola
2017 Climate Dynamics  
Projections for near-surface soil moisture content in Europe for the 21st century were derived from 7 simulations performed with 26 CMIP5 global climate models (GCMs). Two Representative Concentration 8 Pathways, RCP4.5 and RCP8.5, were considered. Unlike in previous research in general, projections were 9 calculated separately for all four calendar seasons. To make the moisture contents simulated by the various 10 GCMs commensurate, the moisture data were normalized by the corresponding local
more » ... axima found in the 11 output of each individual GCM. A majority of the GCMs proved to perform satisfactorily in simulating the 12 geographical distribution of recent soil moisture in the warm season, the spatial correlation with an satellite-13 derived estimate varying between 0.4-0.8. 14 In southern Europe, long-term mean soil moisture is projected to decline substantially in all seasons. In 15 summer and autumn, pronounced soil drying also afflicts western and central Europe. In northern Europe, 16 drying mainly occurs in spring, in correspondence with an earlier melt of snow and soil frost. The spatial 17 pattern of drying is qualitatively similar for both RCP scenarios, but weaker in magnitude under RCP4.5. 18 In general, those GCMs that simulate the largest decreases in precipitation and increases in temperature and 19 solar radiation tend to produce the most severe soil drying. 20 Concurrently with the reduction of time-mean soil moisture, episodes with an anomalously low soil 21 moisture, occurring once in 10 years in the recent past simulations, become far more common. In southern 22 Europe by the late 21st century under RCP8.5, such events would be experienced about every second year. 23
doi:10.1007/s00382-017-3671-4 fatcat:wceg3wmwmvc2tf4f7a6pf4ki4u

Etiology of Measles‐ and Rubella‐like Illnesses in Measles, Mumps, and Rubella–Vaccinated Children

Irja Davidkin, Martti Valle, Heikki Peltola, Tapani Hovi, Mikko Paunio, Merja Roivainen, Kimmo Linnavuori, Sari Jokinen, Pauli Leinikki
1998 Journal of Infectious Diseases  
The viral etiology of measles-or rubella-like illnesses after MMR (measles, mumps, and rubella) vaccination was studied prospectively in 993 acutely ill Finnish children with fever and rash in 1983-1995. Their sera were tested for adeno-, entero-, and parvovirus B19 antibodies. Sera of 300 children !4 years old were also tested for human herpesvirus 6 (HHV-6) antibodies. Measles and rubella had been excluded by previous antibody testing. Serologic diagnosis of adeno-, entero-, or parvovirus
more » ... ction was based on EIA (IgM or IgG antibodies) and that of HHV-6 on indirect immunofluorescence. A viral etiology was verified in 368 cases, most commonly parvovirus (20%), followed by enterovirus (9%) and adenovirus (4%). Among young children, HHV-6 infection was found in 37 (12%). Thirty-eight children (4%) had double infections. This study confirms that measles-or rubella-like illnesses in MMR-vaccinated children are often caused by other viruses. Each suspected vaccine failure requires laboratory confirmation to maintain reliable surveillance and control and to establish the specific etiology of the disease.
doi:10.1086/314513 pmid:9815205 fatcat:7awtzwt3nbg7llw3tiz6ttjyqi

Antiepileptic drugs and prostate cancer risk in the Finnish Randomized Study of Screening for Prostate Cancer

Jukka K Salminen, Viivu Kuoppamäki, Kirsi Talala, Kimmo Taari, Jussi Mäkinen, Jukka Peltola, Teuvo L J Tammela, Anssi Auvinen, Teemu J Murtola
2021 International Journal of Cancer  
Antiepileptic drugs (AED) with histone deacetylase (HDAC) inhibitor properties decrease prostate cancer (PCa) cell proliferation in vitro. A population-based cohort of 78 615 men was used to evaluate the risk of prostate cancer among users of AEDs. Study population was linked to the Finnish national prescription database to obtain information on individual medication reimbursements in 1996-2015. Cox regression with antiepileptic medication use as a time-dependent variable was used to analyze
more » ... state cancer risk overall, and low, medium and high-risk prostate cancer separately. The analysis was adjusted for age, screening trial arm and other drugs in use, including statins, antidiabetic drugs, antihypertensive drugs, aspirin and NSAIDs. Compared to the non-users of antiepileptic drugs, overall PCa risk was decreased among antiepileptic drug users (HR 0.86, 95% CI 0.76-0.96). A similar PCa risk decrease was observed among users of HDACi AEDs (HR 0.87, 95% CI 0.76 - 1.01), but no risk difference was found when comparing HDACi AED users to users of other AEDs (HR 0.98, 95% CI 0.76 - 1.27). Our study showed a decrease in overall PCa risk among men using AEDs compared to non-users. The risk associations were similar for HDAC inhibitors as for antiepileptic drugs in general.
doi:10.1002/ijc.33535 pmid:33634851 fatcat:jvy55ze5pzfsxgokzp7boonlby

A randomized controlled proof-of-concept trial of early sedation management using Responsiveness Index monitoring in mechanically ventilated critically ill patients

Markus Kaila, Kirsty Everingham, Petteri Lapinlampi, Petra Peltola, Mika O K Särkelä, Kimmo Uutela, Timothy S. Walsh
2015 Critical Care  
Deep sedation is associated with adverse patient outcomes. We recently described a novel sedation-monitoring technology, the Responsiveness Index (RI), which quantifies patient arousal using processed frontal facial EMG data. We explored the potential effectiveness and safety of continuous RI monitoring during early intensive care unit (ICU) care as a nurse decision-support tool. Methods: In a parallel-group controlled single centre proof of concept trial, patients requiring mechanical
more » ... on and sedation were randomized via sequential sealed envelopes following ICU admission. Control group patients received hourly clinical sedation assessment and daily sedation holds; the RI monitor was connected but data were concealed from clinical staff. The intervention group received control group care, but RI monitoring was visible and nurses were asked to adjust sedation to maintain patients with an RI>20 whenever possible. Traffic-light colour coding (RI<20, Red; 20-40, Amber; >40, Green) simplified decision-making. The intervention lasted up to 48 hours. Sixteen nurses were interviewed to explore their views of the novel technology. Results: We analysed 74 patients treated per protocol (36 intervention; 38 control). The proportion of patients with RI<20 was identical at the start of monitoring (54 % both groups). Overall, the proportion of time with RI<20 trended to lower values for the intervention group (median 16 % (1-3rd quartile 8-30 %) versus 33 % (10-54 %); P = 0.08); sedation and analgesic use was similar. A post hoc analysis restricted to patients with RI<20 when monitoring started, found intervention patients spent less time with low RI value (16 % (11-45 %) versus 51 % (33-72 %); P = 0.02), cumulative propofol use trended to lower values (median 1090 mg versus 2390 mg; P = 0.14), and cumulative alfentanil use was lower (21.2 mg versus 32.3 mg; P = 0.01). RASS scores were similar for both groups. Sedation related adverse event rates were similar (7/36 versus 5/38). Similar proportions of patients had sedation holds (83 % versus 87 %) and were extubated (47 % versus 44 %) during the intervention period. Nurses valued the objective visible data trends and simple colour prompts, and found RI monitoring a useful adjunct to existing practice. Conclusions: RI monitoring was safe and acceptable. Data suggested potential to modify sedation decision-making. Larger trials are justified to explore effects on patient-centred outcomes. Trial registration: NCT01361230 (registered
doi:10.1186/s13054-015-1043-1 pmid:26370687 pmcid:PMC4570737 fatcat:jbz2knqdc5difd35jin4tu2hf4

Rationale, design and methodology of a trial evaluating three strategies designed to improve sedation quality in intensive care units (DESIST study)

Timothy S Walsh, Kalliopi Kydonaki, Jean Antonelli, Jacqueline Stephen, Robert J Lee, Kirsty Everingham, Janet Hanley, Kimmo Uutelo, Petra Peltola, Christopher J Weir
2016 BMJ Open  
Objectives: To describe the rationale, design and methodology for a trial of three novel interventions developed to improve sedation-analgesia quality in adult intensive care units (ICUs).
doi:10.1136/bmjopen-2015-010148 pmid:26944693 pmcid:PMC4785300 fatcat:4fn6fkfpq5ehncf32bkumjjz74

Staff education, regular sedation and analgesia quality feedback, and a sedation monitoring technology for improving sedation and analgesia quality for critically ill, mechanically ventilated patients: a cluster randomised trial

Timothy S Walsh, Kalliopi Kydonaki, Jean Antonelli, Jacqueline Stephen, Robert J Lee, Kirsty Everingham, Janet Hanley, Emma C Phillips, Kimmo Uutela, Petra Peltola, Stephen Cole, Tara Quasim (+6 others)
2016 The Lancet Respiratory Medicine  
, Kimmo Uutela, Lasse Kamppari, Mika Sarkela. 555 LEARNPRO (Education Module): Christine Blaydon, Shaun McWhinnie. 556 Edinburgh Health Services Research Unit: Dr Janet Hanley. 557 Independent  ...  TRIALS UNIT: Jean Antonelli (Trial Manager), Ronald Harkess, 552 Samantha Thomas. 553 21 STATISTICAL TEAM: Dr Christopher Weir, Robert Lee, Jacqueline Stephens. 554 GE HEALTHCARE: Petra Peltola  ... 
doi:10.1016/s2213-2600(16)30178-3 pmid:27473760 fatcat:qqidhg26evajhiks5xiqqp7lv4

Measurement report: Introduction to the HyICE-2018 campaign for measurements of ice-nucleating particles and instrument inter-comparison in the Hyytiälä boreal forest

Zoé Brasseur, Dimitri Castarède, Erik S. Thomson, Michael P. Adams, Saskia Drossaart van Dusseldorp, Paavo Heikkilä, Kimmo Korhonen, Janne Lampilahti, Mikhail Paramonov, Julia Schneider, Franziska Vogel, Yusheng Wu (+33 others)
2022 Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics  
Abstract. The formation of ice particles in Earth's atmosphere strongly influences the dynamics and optical properties of clouds and their impacts on the climate system. Ice formation in clouds is often triggered heterogeneously by ice-nucleating particles (INPs) that represent a very low number of particles in the atmosphere. To date, many sources of INPs, such as mineral and soil dust, have been investigated and identified in the low and mid latitudes. Although less is known about the sources
more » ... of ice nucleation at high latitudes, efforts have been made to identify the sources of INPs in the Arctic and boreal environments. In this study, we investigate the INP emission potential from high-latitude boreal forests in the mixed-phase cloud regime. We introduce the HyICE-2018 measurement campaign conducted in the boreal forest of Hyytiälä, Finland, between February and June 2018. The campaign utilized the infrastructure of the Station for Measuring Ecosystem-Atmosphere Relations (SMEAR) II, with additional INP instruments, including the Portable Ice Nucleation Chamber I and II (PINC and PINCii), the SPectrometer for Ice Nuclei (SPIN), the Portable Ice Nucleation Experiment (PINE), the Ice Nucleation SpEctrometer of the Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (INSEKT) and the Microlitre Nucleation by Immersed Particle Instrument (µL-NIPI), used to quantify the INP concentrations and sources in the boreal environment. In this contribution, we describe the measurement infrastructure and operating procedures during HyICE-2018, and we report results from specific time periods where INP instruments were run in parallel for inter-comparison purposes. Our results show that the suite of instruments deployed during HyICE-2018 reports consistent results and therefore lays the foundation for forthcoming results to be considered holistically. In addition, we compare measured INP concentrations to INP parameterizations, and we observe good agreement with the Tobo et al. (2013) parameterization developed from measurements conducted in a ponderosa pine forest ecosystem in Colorado, USA.
doi:10.5194/acp-22-5117-2022 fatcat:ym3j53m4nbdn5j33vv5vqvsrmi

Asiantuntijuuden rakentuminen metsäneuvojan ja metsänomistajan kohtaamisissa: esimerkkinä luonnon monimuotoisuuden turvaaminen

Taru Peltola
2013 Metsätieteen aikakauskirja  
Asiantuntijuuden rakentuminen metsäneuvojan ja metsänomistajan kohtaamisissa: esimerkkinä luonnon monimuotoisuuden turvaaminen Peltola, T. 2013.  ...  turvaaminen Peltola, T. 2013.  ...  t u t k i m u s a r t i k k e l i Metsätieteen aikakauskirja Taru Peltola Taru Peltola Asiantuntijuuden rakentuminen metsäneuvojan ja metsänomistajan kohtaamisissa: esimerkkinä luonnon monimuotoisuuden  ... 
doi:10.14214/ma.6031 fatcat:6s5wislfgzaffah6e6we3jrea4

Effects of forest conservation and management on volume growth, harvested amount of timber, carbon stock, and amount of deadwood in Finnish boreal forests under changing climate

L. Alrahahleh, V.-P. Ikonen, A. Kilpeläinen, P. Torssonen, H. Strandman, A. Asikainen, J. Kaurola, A. Venäläinen, H. Peltola
2017 Canadian Journal of Forest Research  
Forestry, 84: 159-175. 538 Routa, J., Kellomäki, S., and Peltola, H. 2012.  ...  Bioenergy, 3: 483-497. 535 Routa, J., Kellomäki, S., Peltola, H., and Asikainen, A. 2011b.  ... 
doi:10.1139/cjfr-2016-0153 fatcat:tr4nhr7vbngqvjswezyu37ceze

Regional effects of alternative climate change and management scenarios on timber production, economic profitability, and carbon stocks in Norway spruce forests in Finland

A. Zubizarreta-Gerendiain, J. Garcia-Gonzalo, H. Strandman, K. Jylhä, H. Peltola
2016 Canadian Journal of Forest Research  
Heli Peltola at UEF. The Finnish 454 Meteorological Institute, and especially Kimmo Ruosteenoja, is acknowledged for providing 455 the current climate and climate change scenarios for this work.  ...  Gerendiain, A., Pukkala, T., Kellomäki, S., Garcia-Gonzalo, J., Ikonen, V.P. and 573 Peltola, H. 2015a.  ... 
doi:10.1139/cjfr-2015-0218 fatcat:2reggwpdmbasfiq5mfdivkarni

Effects of using certain tree species in forest regeneration on regional wind damage risks in Finnish boreal forests under different CMIP5 projections

V.-P. Ikonen, A. Kilpeläinen, H. Strandman, A. Asikainen, A. Venäläinen, H. Peltola
2020 European Journal of Forest Research  
The Natural Resources Institute Finland and the Finnish Meteorological Institute (Kimmo Ruosteenoja and Matti Kämäräinen) are acknowledged for, respectively, providing National Forest Inventory data  ...  Heli Peltola at the University of Eastern Finland (2015) (2016) (2017) (2018) (2019) (2020) (2021) .  ... 
doi:10.1007/s10342-020-01276-6 fatcat:jusderr3ebbafhycfbrm3gqgse

Using multi-source data to map and model the predisposition of forests to wind disturbance

Ninni Saarinen, Mikko Vastaranta, Eija Honkavaara, Michael A. Wulder, Joanne C. White, Paula Litkey, Markus Holopainen, Juha Hyyppä
2015 Scandinavian Journal of Forest Research  
Kimmo Nurminen is thanked for his assistance with image processing and selecting sample plots from the study area.  ...  Winter storms happen in leaf-off season, thus deciduous stands have lower risk for wind disturbance (Peltola et al. 1999) .  ...  Peltola et al. (1999) as well as Jalkanen & Mattila (2000) have discover that trees with smaller dbh were more vulnerable to wind whereas others (e.g.  ... 
doi:10.1080/02827581.2015.1056751 fatcat:2lhvifhxpjd3lgbfb5vvakhrpm
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