Colleen E. McLean

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• Since the early studies by Hamilton, Werko, and Doyle, and their colleagues, a variety of indicator dilution techniques have been developed for measuring the cardiac output in man. The most widely accepted have been those requiring the use of the continuously recording cuvette densitometer." Numerous studies have appeared to demonstrate close correlation(More)
Geochemical profiles of sediment cores from two oligotrophic lakes (Elk and Mullett) in northern Lower Michigan were studied to examine the response and recovery of watersheds to large-scale logging that occurred between 1850 and 1920. Specific questions addressed were: can the impact of extensive clear-cutting of forests be recognized in the(More)