Geoffrey B. Matthews

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The community conditioning hypothesis describes ecological structures as historical, nonequilibrial, and by definition complex. Indeed, the historical nature of ecological structures is seen as the primary difference between single-species toxicity tests and multispecies test systems. Given the complex properties of ecological structures, multispecies(More)
Turbine fuels are often the only aviation fuel available in most of the world. Turbine fuels consist of numerous constituents with varying water solubilities, volatilities and toxicities. This study investigates the toxicity of the water soluble fraction (WSF) of JP-4 using the Standard Aquatic Microcosm (SAM). Multivariate analysis of the complex data,(More)
Inverse kinematics greatly simplifies the animation of models: positioning the hand alone will position the entire arm. In some dance styles, the position of the feet, together with which foot the weight is on, determines much of the bending and rotation of the legs, hips, rib cage, shoulders and arms. Cuban motion is a highly stylized example of this, used(More)
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