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Effects of chronic amorphous silica exposure on sequential pulmonary function.
- R. K. Wilson, P. Stevens, H. Lovejoy, Z. G. Bell, R. Richie
- Journal of occupational medicine. : official…
- 1 June 1979
To assess clincial effects of precipitated amorphous silica (PAS), the authors reviewed serial spirograms, respiratory questionnaires, and chest radiographs of 165 workers exposed for a mean of 8.6… Expand
Local inhibition of histamine flare in man: A method of bioassay of antihistamine drugs☆
Abstract 1.1. A method of bioassay using a technique of local inhibition of the histamine flare by antihistamine drugs is described. 2.2. The results of this bioassay are given in terms of the… Expand
Mercury exposure evaluations and their correlation with urine mercury excretions. 4. Elimination of mercury by sweating.
Mercury exposure evaluations and their correlation with urine mercury excretions. 3. Time-weighted average (TWA) mercury exposures and urine mercury levels.
Respiratory Effects of Inhaled Amorphous Silica
The Registers of Liberated Africans of the Havana Slave Trade Commission: Transcription Methodology and Statistical Analysis
- H. Lovejoy
Between 1824 and 1841, the Anglo-Spanish Court of Mixed Commission in Cuba was responsible for creating passenger lists for over ten thousand liberated Africans, or emancipados, found aboard… Expand
Redrawing historical maps of the Bight of Benin Hinterland, c. 1780
- H. Lovejoy
- 1 December 2013
Given advances in digital cartography, mapmaking is straightforward, affordable, accurate and easy to scale. In the absence of reliable contemporary maps of pre-colonial sub-Saharan West Africa,… Expand
Redefining African Regions for Linking Open-Source Data
- H. Lovejoy, P. Lovejoy, W. Hawthorne, E. A. Alpers, M. Candido, M. S. Hopper
- History in Africa
- 17 April 2019
Abstract: In recent years, an increasing number of online archival databases of primary sources related to the history of the African diaspora and slavery have become freely and readily accessible… Expand
Mapping Uncertainty: The Collapse of Oyo and the Trans-Atlantic Slave Trade, 1816–1836
- H. Lovejoy
- 6 June 2019
‘LUCUMÍ’, ‘TERRANOVA’, AND THE ORIGINS OF THE YORUBA NATION*
Abstract The etymology of ‘Lucumí’ and ‘Terranova’, ethnonyms used to describe Yoruba-speaking people during the Atlantic slave trade, helps to reconceptualize the origins of a Yoruba nation. While… Expand