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In 1990s, self-interested market participants pined to assume away the physics of power systems and have ‘simpler’ markets. Expand
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Taxonomic revision of the humpback dolphins ( Sousa spp.), and description of a new species from Australia
The taxonomy of the humpback dolphin genus Sousa has been controversial and unsettled for centuries, but recent work indicates that there are several valid species. A review of multiple lines ofExpand
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A structuration approach to online communities of practice: The case of Q&A communities
This paper argues that the concept of communities of practice can be usefully grounded in a structuration approach and used to guide investigation into the dynamics of these communities. Expand
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What Does It Mean to Successfully Conserve a (Vertebrate) Species?
The conservation of species is one of the foundations of conservation biology. Successful species conservation has often been defined as simply the avoidance of extinction. We argue that this focus,Expand
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Social Informatics in the Information Sciences: Current Activities and Emerging Directions
In this paper, we provide an overview of the intellectual geography of the research and theorizing in social informatics, focusing on issues applicable to the information sciences. Expand
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Online Social Reference: A Research Agenda Through a STIN Framework
This paper suggests a research agenda for online social reference using the Socio-Technical Interaction Network (STIN) framework [21]. It addresses the need for more research on social reference,Expand
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High genetic diversity in a small population: the case of Chilean blue whales
It is generally assumed that species with low population sizes have lower genetic diversities than larger populations and vice versa. However, this would not be the case for long-lived species withExpand
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The influence of maternal lineages on social affiliations among humpback whales (Megaptera novaeangliae) on their feeding grounds in the southern gulf of Maine.
Humpback whales on their feeding grounds in the Gulf of Maine typically form fluid fission/fusion groups of two to three individuals characterized by noncompetitive and, at times, cooperativeExpand
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