Graham Pearce

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The purpose of this Essay is to examine current EU and U.S. approaches to data protection in the context of the debate about transborder data flows. Part I begins by outlining the EU approach and the criteria governing data transfers to third countries. Part II examines the scope for selfregulation by organizations to safeguard personal data. Part III(More)
A key feature in the current debate about governance in the European Union (EU) is the proposition that traditional forms of government, based upon distinctive and separate layers or tiers of responsibility at the supra national, national and sub-national levels, are too rigid and fail to take account of the interdependence and overlapping competencies of(More)
Similar environmental conditions could be deduced were closed pingos observed on Mars [3-9]. Moreover, if these landforms were to occur on very late Amazonian rock materials, this would point to relatively recent boundary conditions of temperature and atmospheric pressure that are higher than many workers have thought possible. In 2005 we used a small set(More)
An objective of the High Resolution Scene Brightness or BRDF Task for the CSIRO Earth Observation Centre is the development of guidelines for best practice outputs (including prototype software) for high resolution Aerial Photography, Video, Digital Camera and Airborne Scanner data to minimise the effects of scene brightness. A main outcome of the task has(More)
G. R. Osinski 1,2 , R. J. Soare 1,3,4 , and G. Pearce 1 , 1 Dept. of Earth Sciences, University of Western Ontario, London, ON, Canada N6A 5B7 (gosinski@uwo.ca), 2 Dept. of Physics and Astronomy, University of Western Ontario, London, ON, Canada N6A 5B7, 3 Dept. of Geography, Planning and Environment, Concordia University, Montreal, QC, Canada H3A 1M8, 4(More)
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