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Pattern in Escalations in Insurgent and Terrorist Activity
The escalation of fatal attacks by insurgent groups follows a common pattern. In military planning, it is important to be able to estimate not only the number of fatalities but how often attacks thatExpand
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Convergent evolution in Cladonia gracilis and allies
Members of the Cladonia gracilis group of lichen fungi are common terrestrial lichens where morphological features are more similar between members of the C. gracilis species complex and alliedExpand
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Photobiont Relationships and Phylogenetic History of Dermatocarpon luridum var. luridum and Related Dermatocarpon Species
Members of the genus Dermatocarpon are widespread throughout the Northern Hemisphere along the edge of lakes, rivers and streams, and are subject to abiotic conditions reflecting both aquatic andExpand
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Integrated Multi-Aperture Sensor and Navigation Fusion
Abstract : The integration of vision sensors and inertial navigation system (INS) can enable precision navigation capabilities in the absence of GPS. Inspired from biological systems, aExpand
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Dynamic Red Queen explains patterns in fatal insurgent attacks
The Red Queen’s notion “It takes all the running you can do, to keep in the same place” has been applied within evolutionary biology, politics and economics. We find that a generalized version inExpand
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Notes on the Species Assemblage of the Lichen Dermatocarpon luridum in Northwestern Manitoba, Canada
Abstract Dermatocarpon luridum is a subaquatic lichen that grows on siliceous rocks around the margins of freshwater lakes and rivers and is distributed throughout the temperate climatic zone, butExpand
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