Ming-Huei Chang

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To explore any gender-related differences in the prevalence of conditions-associated with non-alcoholic fatty liver disease (NAFLD) among Taiwanese taxi drivers in Taipei, Taiwan. We studied 1635 healthy taxi drivers (1541 males and 94 females) who volunteered for physical check-ups in 2006. Blood samples and ultrasound fatty liver sonography results were(More)
Internal gravity waves, the subsurface analogue of the familiar surface gravity waves that break on beaches, are ubiquitous in the ocean. Because of their strong vertical and horizontal currents, and the turbulent mixing caused by their breaking, they affect a panoply of ocean processes, such as the supply of nutrients for photosynthesis, sediment and(More)
There is an urgent need among the scientific community for a better understanding of the air-sea interactions that occur during typhoons and improved accuracy in typhoon forecasting. To this end, the Institute of Oceanography at the National Taiwan University (IONTU) has developed a buoy that can measure meteorological and hydrographic conditions, and(More)
For a better understanding of the air-sea interactions that occur during typhoons and improved accuracy in typhoon forecasting, the Institute of Oceanography at the National Taiwan University has developed a buoy that can measure meteorological and hydrographic conditions, and transmit the high-precision data in near real-time. The buoy captures various(More)
Matthew h. Alford, thomas Peacock, Jennifer A. MacKinnon, Jonathan D. nash, Maarten C. Buijsman, Luca R. Centurioni, Shenn-Yu Chao, Ming-huei Chang, David M. Farmer, oliver B. Fringer, Ke-hsien Fu, Patrick C. Gallacher, hans C. Graber, Karl R. helfrich, Steven M. Jachec, Christopher R. Jackson, Jody M. Klymak, Dong S. Ko, Sen Jan, t. M. Shaun Johnston,(More)
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