Jason Siemion

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Recent soils research has shown that important chemical soil characteristics can change in less than a decade, often the result of broad environmental changes. Repeated sampling to monitor these changes in forest soils is a relatively new practice that is not well documented in the literature and has only recently been broadly embraced by the scientific(More)
The Catskill Mountains have been adversely impacted by decades of acid deposition, however, since the early 1990s, levels have decreased sharply as a result of decreases in emissions of sulfur dioxide and nitrogen oxides. This study examines trends in acid deposition, stream-water chemistry, and soil chemistry in the southeastern Catskill Mountains. We(More)
Models of the m2 muscarinic receptor have been built and acetylcholine and an antagonist of the quinuclidinyl benzilate family docked to the putative active site. We have incorporated aspects of homology, site-directed mutagenesis studies and structure-activity studies of specific lead compounds in the construction of our receptor models with a primary(More)
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