Kim S Hunter

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Silver concentrations were measured in water and sediment samples collected from the Quinnipiac River in Connecticut. This river was chosen for study because of its history of industrialization and high levels of Ag contamination. Sewage treatment plant (STP) effluent accounts for approximately 15% of the total river discharge and approximately 60% of the(More)
The microbial communities thriving in deep-sea brines are sustained largely by energy rich substrates supplied through active seepage. Geochemical, microbial activity, and microbial community composition data from different habitats at a Gulf of Mexico brine lake in Alaminos Canyon revealed habitat-linked variability in geochemistry that in turn drove(More)
PURPOSE This descriptive, qualitative pilot study explored the interest and perceptions of neonatal intensive care unit (NICU) nurses regarding the neonatal nurse practitioner (NNP) role. Motivating factors to become an NNP, challenges facing NNPs, and rewards of the NNP role from the perspectives of NICU nurses were explored. SUBJECTS The convenience(More)
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