Jeanne Morley

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[1] This paper describes selection and characterization of the landing site for the Mars 2004 Beagle 2 mission. The site is within Isidis Planitia between 10°–12°N, 266°– 274°W, centered at 11.6°N, 269.5°W. This is at low elevation (À3600 to À3900 m MOLA), is flat (MOLA RMS slope = 0.57°), radar data suggest a smoother surface at decimeter to meter scales(More)
Screening, Brief Intervention, and Referral to Treatment (SBIRT) for substance use has received a great deal of empirical support. Despite the evidence for effectiveness of SBIRT and a compelling rationale for its integration into health-care settings, the circumstances under which it is likely to be implemented and sustained remain elusive. In this(More)
BACKGROUND Screening, brief intervention, and referral to treatment (SBIRT) is currently being implemented into health systems nationally via paper and electronic methods. OBJECTIVE The purpose of this study was to evaluate the integration of an electronic SBIRT tool into an existing paper-based SBIRT clinical workflow in a patient-centered medical home.(More)
Retrieving structured information from an initial random collection of objects may be carried out by understanding the spatial arrangement between them, assuming no prior knowledge about those objects. As far as topology is concerned, contemporary desktop GIS packages do not generally support further analysis beyond adjacency. Thus, one of the original(More)
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