Dorothée Herr

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Recent attention has focused on the high rates of annual carbon sequestration in vegetated coastal ecosystems--marshes, mangroves, and seagrasses--that may be lost with habitat destruction ('conversion'). Relatively unappreciated, however, is that conversion of these coastal ecosystems also impacts very large pools of previously-sequestered carbon. Residing(More)
Ocean acidification has emerged over the last two decades as one of the largest threats to marine organisms and ecosystems. However, most research efforts on ocean acidification have so far neglected management and related policy issues to focus instead on understanding its ecological and biogeochemical implications. This shortfall is addressed here with a(More)
The global significance of carbon storage in Indonesia’s coastal wetlands was assessed based on published and unpublished measurements of the organic carbon content of living seagrass and mangrove biomass and soil pools. For seagrasses, median above- and below-ground biomass was 0.29 and 1.13 Mg C ha−1 respectively; the median soil pool was 118.1 Mg C ha−1.(More)
147; Table 1 QD n (%) BID n (%) P Institution 1 vs 2 vs 3 7/12/61 (9/15/76) 43/6/3 (83/12/6) <.01 Age (median, years) 65 63 .21 Gender (male) 41 (51) 28 (54) .77 Mediastinoscopy or EBUS 61 (76) 26 (50) <.01 PET staging 65 (81) 36 (69) .11 Interval Biopsy to CRT (median, days) 13 21 <.01 RT start with Chemo cycle 1-2 70 (88) 47 (90) .61 4+ Chemo cycles 68(More)
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