Jennifer Ramp Neale

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Concentrations of many anthropogenic contaminants in the San Francisco Estuary exist at levels that have been associated with biological effects elsewhere, so there is a potential for them to cause biological effects in the Estuary. The purpose of this paper is to summarize information about biological effects on the Estuary's plankton, benthos, fish,(More)
  • J Neale
  • 1999
The rapid evolution of health care delivery within the United States has created increased opportunities for nurse practitioners (NPs) to work in a variety of challenging advanced practice roles and to impact the quality of health care. The NP role was originally developed to meet a perceived shortage of primary care physicians, especially for underserved(More)
The genus Sclerocactus (Cactaceae) consists of 15 species, which have a confused taxonomic history due to morphological similarities and distribution overlap. Habitat loss and hybridization are of concern and have established cause for genetic investigations to further understand the genus and develop conservation strategies. Thirteen variable(More)
  • J Neale
  • 1980
Hospitals which increase in size in terms of buildings and beds present problems to catering staff especially when the buildings are a mixture of old and new. Existing facilities are seldom adequate to cope with extended distances between wards or throughput of meals for an increasing number of patients. The Royal Sussex County Hospital at Brighton has(More)
Natural interspecific hybridization within plants is relatively common and plays an important evolutionary role. Hybridization between rare and common taxa is of concern due to questions of protection status related to hybrids. However, field based identification of hybrid plants can be challenging. Sclerocactus glaucus (Cactaceae), the Colorado hookless(More)
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