Eric C Lindquist

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Natural systems and society share a symbiotic relationship with each affecting the health and welfare of the other. More importantly, society’s impacts on natural systems can lead to negative side effects on society such as increased respiratory illness from air pollution, contaminated drinking water from industrial runoff, and increased skin cancer risk(More)
PURPOSE The objective of this study was to identify failures and to assess rate for fixed partial dentures constructed 20 years earlier by general practitioners in Sweden. MATERIALS AND METHODS The original group consisted of 164 patients who had received prosthodontic treatment in 1974 comprising fixed partial dentures with at least five units. They had(More)
The convergence angle in 478 full crown preparations was assessed. Of these preparations, 351 had been performed by general practitioners and 127 by dental students. Groups of preparations performed on incisors, premolars, and molars were compared, as were preparations performed by dentists and students. Two different convergence angles were measured for(More)
OBJECTIVE To describe the development of ultrasound-guided endoscopic diode laser ablation for palliative management of urinary tract obstruction due to transitional cell carcinoma (TCC). DESIGN Prospective case series. Animals-38 dogs with urinary tract obstruction or potential obstruction caused by TCC. PROCEDURES Diagnosis of TCC of the urinary(More)
Objective: To identify adrenal ultrasonography parameters that can be used to identify dogs with hypoadrenocorticism. Design: Retrospective review of adrenal gland measurements and morphology in 56 client-owned dogs presented for a variety of medical reasons suspicious for possible hypoadrenocorticism. Setting : Private veterinary practice. Animals: 81(More)
We distill complex frameworks for stakeholder engagement into five main principles that scientists and natural resource managers can use in planning stakeholder engagement efforts. Many natural resource management professionals, including practitioners and scholars, increasingly recognize the need for, and potential benefits of, engaging stakeholders in(More)
As the previous chapters have demonstrated, there is benefit to including long-term climate considerations in the development of transportation systems. In fact, climate factors are likely to affect decisions in every phase of the transportation management process: from long-range planning and investment; through project design and construction; to(More)
The valuable role that science has to play in disaster preparedness and risk reduction is widely recognized and was highlighted during the development of the successor to the Hyogo Framework for Action for disaster risk reduction that was adopted in March 2015. However, there are many factors that limit how effectively science can inform both disaster risk(More)
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