E. Harold Williams

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in the United States " establish a mechanism for specifying annual catch limits. .. at a level such that overfishing does not occur in the fishery . .. " (MSRA, 2006). This requirement , which ref lects an increased emphasis on conservation, is new in the sense that prevention of overfish-ing is mandated to be through annual catch limits (ACLs), rather than(More)
Marine fisheries management strives to maintain sustainable populations while allowing exploitation. However, well-intentioned management plans may not meet this balance as most do not include the effect of climate change. Ocean temperatures are expected to increase through the 21st century, which will have far-reaching and complex impacts on marine(More)
10 hyper-code target configuration documentation link back to documentation links to related hyper-code links to components another version Figure 11. System documentation with links hyper-code and configuration information ensure that all are kept in lock-step and consistent with one another. This does not ensure that documentation is accurate, since that(More)
Src family tyrosine kinases (SFK) regulate cell proliferation, and increased SFK activity is common in human carcinomas, including cutaneous squamous cell carcinomas (SCC) and its precursors. The elevated SFK activity in cutaneous SCCs was modeled using K14-Fyn Y528F transgenic mice, which spontaneously form punctate keratotic lesions, scaly plaques, and(More)
Most approaches to f ishery management rely on results from stock assessment. Data-limited situations, however, may not conform to conventional assessment methods, necessitating other approaches to management (Kruse et al., 2005). One possible approach with data-limited stocks is to assign them to assemblages that are managed as units. Ideally, each(More)
Pure white cell aplasia (PWCA) is a rare hematologic disorder characterized by the absence of neutrophil lineages in the bone marrow with intact megakaryopoiesis and erythropoiesis. PWCA has been associated with autoimmune, drug-induced, and viral exposures. Here, we report a case of a 74-year-old female who presented with severe proximal weakness without(More)