Jeremy S. Richardson

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About NRDC NRDC (Natural Resources Defense Council) is a national nonprofit environmental organization with more than 1.2 million members and online activists. Since 1970, our lawyers, scientists, and other environmental specialists have worked to protect the world's natural resources, public health, and the environment. NRDC has offices in The nation's(More)
Much of the British and European literature on the role of interest groups in the policy process focuses on their participation in policy networks of various types. Possibly reflecting the original development of the policy community and policy network 'models' in the late 1970s, these approaches tend to emphasize stability and continuity – of both networks(More)
Foreword The FSA is committed to encouraging debate among academics, practitioners and policy-makers in all aspects of financial regulation. To facilitate this, the FSA is publishing a series of occasional papers in financial regulation, extending across economics and other disciplines. These papers will cover such topics as the rationale for regulation,(More)
As radiology departments transition to near-complete digital information management, work flows and their supporting informatics infrastructure are becoming increasingly complex. Digital dashboards can integrate separate computerized information systems and summarize key work flow metrics in real time to facilitate informed decision making. A(More)
We report detection of strong infrared thermal emission from the nearby (d = 19 pc) transiting extrasolar planet HD 189733b, by measuring the flux decrement during its prominent secondary eclipse. A 6-hour photometric sequence using Spitzer's infrared spectrograph in peak-up imaging mode at 16 µm shows the secondary eclipse depth to be 0.551±0.030%, with(More)
  • ANDREW MORAVCSIK, KALYPSO NICOLAÏDIS, +17 authors Alison Weston
  • 1999
This article offers a basic explanation of the process and outcome of negotiating the Treaty of Amsterdam. We pose three questions: What explains the national preferences of the major governments? Given those substantive national preferences, what explains bargaining outcomes among them? Given those substantive bargains, what explains the choice of(More)
We have revisited the search for carbon monoxide absorption features in transmission during the transit of the extrasolar planet HD 209458b. In August-September 2002 we acquired a total of 1077 high resolution spectra (λ/δλ ∼ 25, 000) in the K-band (2 µm) wavelength region using NIRSPEC on the Keck II telescope during three transits. These data are more(More)
  • Ulla Steen, William Sheate, Suzan Dagg, Jeremy Richardson, Ralf Aschemann, Juan Palerm
  • 2001
Audit Audit Audit Audit A term used variously to mean: a review or inventory, e.g. as part of an environmental management system; checking whether predictions made in EIA/SEA came about in practice; reviewing the implementation and/or effectiveness of a process or institution (as in Audit Committee or independent auditor); or in a specific case in Ireland,(More)
BACKGROUND Evidence of climate change and its impact continues to be accumulated, and it is argued that the consequences of climate change are likely to result in an increased demand on health services. It has been claimed that climate change presents new challenges for health services and that strategies should be adopted to address these challenges. AIM(More)