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The ship as symbol in the prehistory of Scandinavia and Southeast Asia
The ship is the dominant element in the visual culture of the South Scandinavian Bronze Age, appearing in several different media, including rock carvings, decorated metalwork and above-groundExpand
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Use of extinction and reinforcement to increase food consumption and reduce expulsion.
Extinction and reinforcement contingencies were used to treat 2 children with feeding disorders. Positive reinforcement and avoidance extinction effectively increased food acceptance but alsoExpand
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Monitoring the Environmental Impact of Mining in Remote Locations through Remotely Sensed Data
Abstract Mining is an integral part of the development of many countries in the Asia‐Pacific region and is associated with adverse environmental and social impacts. The monitoring of mining in remoteExpand
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Swift Injustice: The expedition of imperial punishment
Abstract:The category of "punitive expedition" has attracted surprisingly little analysis, possibly reflecting widespread consensus on its content and application. But how does "punishment," andExpand
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Explorers & co. in interior New Guinea, 1872-1928
I know of no part of the world, the exploration of which is so flattering to the imagination, so likely to be fruitful in interesting results, whether to the naturalist, the ethnologist, or theExpand
Confronting the Naturalness of Disaster in the Pacific
ABSTRACT This introduction sets out some of the key themes addressed by the papers in the special issue on ‘Confronting the Naturalness of Disaster in the Pacific’. Disasters are now widelyExpand