Lori Morris

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During the spring of 2011 an unprecedented “Super” algal bloom formed in the Indian River Lagoon (IRL), with Chlorophyll a (Chl a) concentrations over eight times the historical mean in some areas and lasted for seven months across the IRL. The European Space Agency’s MEdium Resolution Imaging Spectrometer (MERIS) platform provided multispectral data at 665(More)
The spatial distribution of seagrass and algae communities can be difficult to determine in large, shallow lagoon systems where high turbidity prevents the use of optical methods like aerial photography or satellite imagery. Further complications can arise when algae are not permanently attached to the substratum and drift with tides and currents. A study(More)
PURPOSE To determine if a double-barrier hydrocolloid dressing prevents trauma to the nares and columella in very low birthweight (VLBW) infants (<1,500 grams) receiving heated humidified high-flow nasal cannula (HHHFNC) oxygen. STUDY DESIGN AND METHODS Retrospective two-group comparative study design. SAMPLE Medical records (N = 53) of VLBW infants(More)
A new high resolution, charged particle detector array, LASSA, has been developed. LASSA consists of nine individual telescopes that each utilizes a Si–Si–CsI(Tl) stack to provide isotopic identification of fragments ð1pZp8Þ with good angular resolution over a wide dynamic range in energy. The energy range covered is E=A 1⁄4 2:4–140 MeV for protons and E=A(More)
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