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The origin of the Upper Palaeozoic Chañaral mélange of N Chile
  • C. M. Bell
  • Geology
  • Journal of the Geological Society
  • 1 July 1987
The fragmented and mixed strata of the Chañaral melange extend for some 220 km from N to S in the coastal ranges of N Chile (26°20′ to 28°20′S). The mélange was produced in an accretionary wedgeExpand
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Leveraging Cloud Computing to Address Public Health Disparities: An Analysis of the SPHPS
As the use of certified electronic health record technology (CEHRT) has continued to gain prominence in hospitals and physician practices, public health agencies and health professionals have theExpand
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The Myth of a Naval Revolution by Proxy: Lord Fisher’s Influence on Winston Churchill’s Naval Policy, 1911–1914
Abstract Revisionist historians have argued that in July 1914 Britain’s First Lord of the Admiralty, Winston Churchill, was preparing to implement a ‘Naval Revolution’ based on radical ideas theyExpand
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A Decision Support Tool for Using an ICD-10 Anatomographer to Address Admission Coding Inaccuracies: A Commentary
Abstract In the chaotic environment of an emergency department trauma unit, accuracy and timeliness in decision making are required to save a patient’s life. In a large urban city, where gun violenceExpand
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A Chondrophorine (Medusoid Hydrozoan) from the Lower Cretaceous of Chile
Aysenspriggia apelegensis is a new genus and species of a chondrophorine (jellyfish-like hydrozoan) from the Lower Cretaceous Apeleg Formation of southern Chile. Despite their modern abundanceExpand
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Thinking the Unthinkable: British and American Naval Strategies for an Anglo-American War, 1918-1931
a friendly meeting between the British ambassador to the United States, Sir Esme Howard, and the US secretary of commerce, Herbert Hoover, in July 1927, an unusual conversation took place. The twoExpand
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