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Plant dynamics of New Zealand tussock grassland infested with Hieracium pilosella. II. Transition matrices of vegetation changes.
(1) Changes in species abundance following fertilizer applications and oversewing of Festuca novae-zelandiae dominated grassland infested with Hieracium pilosella are described in Scott, Robertson &… Expand
Plant dynamics of New Zealand tussock grassland infested with Hieracium pilosella. I, Effects of seasonal grazing, fertilizer and overdrilling
(1) Trials were established at two sites with Festuca novae-zelandiae grassland which differed in potential pasture productivity and in the degree of initial infestation by Hieracium pilosella. (2)… Expand
Dysharmony in Maya Hieroglyphic Writing: Linguistic Change and Continuity in Classic Society.
How many recursive calls does a recursive function make?
- J. Robertson
- Computer Science
- 1 June 1999
The calculation of the Fibonacci sequence using recursion gives rise to an interesting question: How many times does a recursive function call itself? This paper presents one way to examine this… Expand
Colonial Ch’olti’: The Seventeenth-Century Morán Manuscript
Iridescent virus infection in field populations of Wiseana cervinata (lepidoptera: Hepialidae) and Witlesia sp. (lepidoptera: Pyralidae) in New Zealand
The History of Tense/Aspect/Mood/Voice in the Mayan Verbal Complex
- J. Robertson
- 1 November 1992
Mayan civilization, renowned for its mathematics, writing, architecture, religion, calendrics, and agriculture, fascinates scholars and a wide lay public as archaeology and glyphic decipherment… Expand
The Language of Classic Maya Inscriptions1
Recent decipherments of Classic Maya hieroglyphs (ca. a.d. 250 to 850) reveal phonological and morphological patterns that, through epigraphic and historical analyses, isolate a single, coherent… Expand
Plant Communities and Soils of the Lowland and Southern Upland Regions of Scotland.