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Appendix A 71 Notes 74 References 76 CPRN Funding Sources 80 v Foreword We all complain there is too much to do, though most of us thrive on being busy. The question is when does the pace of life reach a point where it affects the quality of life and the quality of our performance at work and at home? Over the past seven years, CPRN's Work Network has been(More)
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Ecological and evolutionary theories have focused traditionally on natural processes with little attempt to incorporate anthropogenic influences despite the fact that humans are such an integral part of virtually all ecosystems. A series of alternate models that incorporated anthropogenic factors and traditional ecological mechanisms of invasion to account(More)