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Changes in the Onset of Spring in the Western United States
Abstract Fluctuations in spring climate in the western United States over the last 4–5 decades are described by examining changes in the blooming of plants and the timing of snowmelt–runoff pulses.Expand
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Chiropractic Technique: Principles and Procedures
* General overview of the chiropractic profession* Joint anatomy and basic biomechanics* Joint assessment principles and procedures* Principles of adjustive technique* The Spine: anatomy,Expand
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The Influence of North Pacific Atmospheric Circulation on Streamflow in the West
EXTRACT (SEE PDF FOR FULL ABSTRACT): The annual cycle and non-seasonal variability of streamflow over a network of stations in western North America and Hawaii is studied in terms of atmosphericExpand
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1976 step in the Pacific climate: forty environmental changes between 1968-1975 and 1977-1984
Examination of 40 time series of multidisciplinary environmental variables from the Pacific Ocean and the Americas, collected in 1968 to 1984, demonstrated the remarkable consistency of a majorExpand
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Differences in the relative magnitude and timing of wind stress and river inflow in the northern and southern reaches of San Francisco Bay create different sedimentary conditions. The northern reachExpand
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The Role of Climate in Estuarine Variability
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Interannual variability in dissolved inorganic nutrients in northern San Francisco Bay estuary
Nearly two decades of seasonal dissolved inorganic nutrient-salinity distributions in northern San Francisco Bay estuary (1960–1980) illustrate interannual variations in effects of river flow (aExpand
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Numerical Simulation of phytoplankton productivity in partially mixed estuaries
Abstract A two-dimensional steady-state model of light-driven phytoplankton productivity and biomass in partially mixed estuaries has been developed. Effects of variations in river flow, suspendedExpand
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