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Some simple solutions for heat-induced tropical circulation
A simple analytic model is constructed to elucidate some basic features of the response of the tropical atmosphere to diabatic heating. In particular, there is considerable east-west asymmetry whichExpand
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Pacific Rim Population Structure of Sockeye Salmon as Determined from Microsatellite Analysis
—The Pacific Rim population structure of sockeye salmon Oncorhynchus nerka was examined with a survey of microsatellite variation. Variation at 14 microsatellite loci was surveyed for over 48,000Expand
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PATTERNS OF HYDROGEN IN BIOGAS FROM THE ANAEROBIC DIGESTION OF MILK-SUGARS
Concentrations of hydrogen (1-1000 vpm) in the biogas fram a laboratory-scale anaerobic digester, fed with (70 gil) reconstituted skinmted milk as substrate, were intensively mcmitored to detennin eExpand
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A LATE TERTIARY ORIGIN FOR MULTILEVEL CAVES ALONG THE WESTERN ESCARPMENT OF THE CUMBERLAND PLATEAU , TENNESSEE AND KENTUCKY , ESTABLISHED BY COSMOGENIC 26 AL AND 10 BE
In the southeastern United States, karst features are developed on two topographic surfaces of regional extent known locally as the Cumberland Plateau and Highland Rim (Fig. 1). The most extensiveExpand
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Vegetation responses following wildfire on grazed and ungrazed sagebrush semi-desert
A 20-year set of cover data on sagebrush semi-desert plant communities responding to wildfire and livestock grazing near Mills in central Utah provided an opportunity to compare the assumptions andExpand
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Breeding Cycle , Life History and Population Dynamics of the Dugong , Dugong dugon ( Sirenia : Dugongidae )
Study of the gonads of 108 dugongs from north Queensland indicates that neither females nor males are continuously in breeding condition. The gonadal activity of males in a population is notExpand
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Chapter 11 Design and Analysis of Tagging Studies
Tagging and marking studies of fish populations are used to examine movement patterns and estimate growth rates, demographic parameters, and abundances. The key steps in conducting an effectiveExpand
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Remote Sensing Inland Wetlands: A Multispectral Approach
Airborne Multispectral Scanner (MSS) data, large-scale aerial photography, and Landsat MSS and Thematic Mapper (TM) data were used to map a variety of wetland conditions along the Savannah RiverExpand
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Spatial perspective for delta smelt : a summary of contemporary survey data
We utilized recently available data from the 20-mm Tow-Net and Spring Kodiak Trawl, together with other Interagency Ecological Program and regional monitoring programs, to provide a comprehensiveExpand
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