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Urban realities: the contribution of residential gardens to the conservation of urban forest remnants
Urbanization has destroyed and fragmented previously large areas of habitat. Small remnants that still exist in numerous cities will be unable to sustain many viable wild plant populations if they doExpand
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Communications of the European Society for Child and Adolescent Psychiatry
  • B. Doody
  • Psychology, Medicine
  • European Child & Adolescent Psychiatry
  • 1 June 2013
It is a known fact that economic crises have a negative impact on mental health [16, 19]. Since 2009, Greece has been consumed by a socio-economic and cultural crisis due to the internationalExpand
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Nosocomial outbreak of hepatitis B virus infection involving two hospitals in the Republic of Ireland.
The routes of nosocomial hepatitis B virus (HBV) transmission have changed over the years. Initiatives to prevent transfusion-associated HBV and healthcare worker-to-patient transmission have had aExpand
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A Review of People’s Behavior in and around Floodwater
AbstractA study was undertaken to review international literature pertaining to people’s behavior in and around floodwater. The review focused on people’s voluntary entry of floodwater. From theExpand
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Performing weeds: Gardening, plant agencies and urban plant conservation
Abstract Private domestic gardens have been the site of diverse inquiry in both the social and natural sciences. Intersected by these inquiries this paper focuses on how ‘weeds’ are (re)constitutedExpand
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Vehicle-to-Grid in the UK fleet market: an analysis of upscaling potential in a changing environment
Abstract Vehicle fleets are considered an important context for the deployment of innovations such as electric vehicles and vehicle-to-grid (V2G) technology. Fleet vehicles constitute a significantExpand
Is Kahikatea (Dacrycarpus dacrydioides) a weed : the rise and subsequent demise (?) of native seedlings in residential gardens
Ralph Waldo Emerson (1803-82), American -writer, philosopher and poet, suggested that a 'weed' is simply "[a] plant whose virtues have not yet been discovered" (Harlan & de Wet 1965, p.18). OneExpand
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Low car(bon) communities: inspiring car-free and car-lite urban futures
experiments: as they note, an intervention which places sustainability at the heart of existing governance structures has value, even where its transformative power is limited (p. 118). It isExpand
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