• Publications
  • Influence
Medical Aspects of Chemical and Biological Warfare
Abstract : This volume was prepared for military medical educational use. The focus of the information is to foster discussion that may form the basis of doctrine and policy. Until this decade, ourExpand
Clinical recognition and management of patients exposed to biological warfare agents.
TLDR
A primer on 10 classic biological warfare agents is provided to increase the likelihood of their being considered in a differential diagnosis and the impact of a terrorist attack greatly reduced. Expand
Clinical recognition and management of patients exposed to biological warfare agents.
TLDR
An updated primer on 11 classic BW and potential terrorist agents is provided to increase the likelihood of their being considered in a differential diagnosis. Expand
Recruitment, survivorship, and age structure of a New York ribbed mussel population (Geukensia demissa) in relation to shore level—a nine year study
TLDR
Simulations of reproductive output based on survivorship and fertility data combined suggest that mussel cohorts living in the marsh may approach the life time reproductive output of marsh edge mussels after about 15 years, a life span which is not uncommon at higher shore levels. Expand
DISTRIBUTION PATTERNS OF COMMON SEASTARS OF THE MIDDLE ATLANTIC CONTINENTAL SHELF OF THE NORTHWEST ATLANTIC (GULF OF MAINE TO CAPE HATTERAS)
Twenty-five asteroid species were collected during four groundfish surveys car ried out by the National Marine Fisheries Service on the continental shelf from the Gulf of Maine to Cape Hatteras. SixExpand
Allometry of shell and body weight in relation to shore level in the intertidal bivalve Geukensia demissa (Bivalvia: Mytilidae)
TLDR
Since gill area can be increased only by increasing shell length, mussels respond to shorter feeding periods at higher shore levels by maximizing shell growth at the expense of body growth (although both decrease). Expand
The influence of adult conspecifics and shore level on recruitment of the ribbed mussel Geukensia demissa (Dillwyn)
TLDR
Mussels in the largest size class recruited to collectors in early July suggesting that the previous year's cohort was still actively involved in post-settlement microhabitat selection. Expand
THE BIOLOGY OF A BROODING SEASTAR, LEPTASTERIAS TENERA, IN BLOCK ISLAND SOUND
TLDR
Caecum index values indicate that females neither store more nutrient, nor utilize more reserves during the brooding period than males, and sexually mature males appear to have a higher rate of mortality than females. Expand
...
1
2
3
4
5
...