Though the construction of the first Mark-1 prototype Jaeger Brawler Yukon was successful, drawbacks connected to the neural interface overloading the mind of its test pilot brought into question the Jaeger Program's feasibility. Lightcap's risk to bridge with the mind of the next test pilot, Sergio D'onofrio, created a connection between the two based on technology developed by DARPA, which allowed them to simultaneously pilot the Jaeger successfully. Pleased with the results, the Defense Corps green-lit the production of more Mark-1 Jaegers that were later deployed across the Pacific in specific countries to intercept the Kaiju attacks.
Details of the evidence on which the Pocket Book is based can be found on the WHO website from the relevant published guidelines provided in the bibliography. This bedside paediatric care guidelines are applicable in most areas of the world and may be adapted to suit country specific circumstances. However, advanced and high care treatment options, such as intensive care or mechanical ventilation, are not described. The Pocket Book is also available in hard copies although the online version will be updated regularly as new evidence emerges.
Marine debris is the major threat to the health of marine organisms and ecosystems globally. There is evidence that heavy metals (e.g. Cr, Pb), toxins (e.g. DDT), polychlorinated biphenyls (PCBs), and plastics can accumulate in fish and other marine species causing chronic and acute health problems. There is also evidence for the negative effects of plastic debris on wildlife. The health of the marine environment can be significantly impacted by marine debris already in our oceans, as well as when plastics enters later, through sedimentation or by entanglement of debris in food webs. This book is published in relation to the Health and Environment in the Indian Ocean (HEIAN) project supported by the European Commission (Grant No. 218571). This 18-month project led to a collection of publications, booklets and a number of computer tools and databases which will be freely available on the HEIAN WEB portal. 7211a4ac4a