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A New Look at the "Species-Poor" Central Amazon: The Avifauna North of Manaus, Brazil
The birds of the Fazendas Dimona, Porto Alegre, and Esteio, and adjacent areas, ca. 80 km north of Manaus, Amazonas, Brazil, have been intensively studied since 1979. Stotz and Bierregaard (1989)Expand
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The status of North American migrants in central Amazonian Brazil
We review the status of North American migrants in Amazonia and present recent records of the authors and co-workers. We report migration dates, maximum counts and new distributional information forExpand
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A CRYPTIC NEW SPECIES OF FLYCATCHER (TYRANNIDAE: SUIRIRI) FROM THE CERRADO REGION OF CENTRAL SOUTH AMERICA
Abstract A new species of tyrant flycatcher (Suiriri islerorum) is described from the cerrado region of Brazil and adjacent eastern Bolivia. The species previously had been confused with SuiririExpand
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VOCALIZATIONS, BEHAVIOR AND DISTRIBUTION OF THE RIO BRANCO ANTBIRD
We here present the first detailed analysis and sonagrams of the vocalizations of the Rio Branco Antbird (Cercomacra carbonaria) and augment the scant literature con- cerning its abundance, habitatExpand
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Succeeding in research project plans and literature reviews for nursing students Andrew Whittaker Graham R Williamson Succeeding in research project plans and literature reviews for nursing students
This is a cracking book that engages from the first page. There are no gimmicks - just sound, useful and practical advice for students undertaking a project as part of their course.
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THE RUFOUS CACHOLOTE (FURNARIIDAE: PSEUDOSEISURA) IS TWO SPECIES
Abstract New information on the vocalizations and behavior of populations of the Rufous Cacholote (Pseudoseisura cristata), combined with a morphometric analysis of museum specimens, reveal that itExpand
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Predictors of inhospital mortality following out-of-hospital cardiac arrest: Insights from a single-centre consecutive case series
Purpose of the study Out-of-hospital cardiac arrest (OHCA) has a poor prognosis despite bystander resuscitation and rapid transfer to hospital. Optimal management of patients after arrival toExpand
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Ischaemic heart disease: stable angina
Stable angina is a clinical syndrome reflecting inadequate myocardial perfusion. This is typically, but not always, caused by atherosclerotic coronary artery disease. A detailed history is importantExpand
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