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We describe a patient who had sequential strokes in both hemispheres with a severe unilateral spatial neglect after a first right-sided parietal infarct and abrupt disappearance of the neglect after a second left-sided frontal infarct. The first lesion involve the caudalmost right angular gyrus (area 39), whereas the second lesion involved the left frontal(More)
The processes of landscape change are complex, exhibiting spatial variability as well as linear, cyclical, and reversible characteristics. To better understand the various processes that cause transformation, a data aggregation, validation, and attribution approach was developed and applied to an analysis of the Southeastern Coastal Plains (SECP). The(More)
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