Stella Coakley1
Rick LeDuc1
James Hinton1
Jay Barlow1
1Stella Coakley
1Rick LeDuc
1James Hinton
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  • Paul Wade, Mads Peter Heide-Jørgensen, Kim Shelden, Jay Barlow, James Carretta, John Durban +5 others
  • 2006
The North Pacific right whale, Eubalaena japonica, is one of the most endangered species of whale in the world. On 10 August 2004, two right whales were located in the Bering Sea using headings to right whale calls provided by directional sonobuoys. A satellite-monitored radio tag attached to one of these whales functioned for 40 days. Over the 40-day(More)
Introduction For portable microwave operation, particularly if backpacking is necessary, dishes or large horns may be heavy and bulky to carry. A metal-plate lens antenna is an attractive alternative. Placed in front of a modest-sized horn, the lens provides some additional gain, much like eyeglasses on a near-sighted person. The lens antennas I have built(More)
A horn antenna is the ideal choice for a rover station. It offers moderate gain in a small, rugged package with no adjustments needed, and has a wide enough beam to be easily pointed under adverse conditions. Figure 2-1 is a photograph of a homebrew horn mounted on an old Geiger counter case which houses the rest of a 10 GHz WBFM transceiver. I have worked(More)
Analysing population genomic data from killer whale ecotypes, which we estimate have globally radiated within less than 250,000 years, we show that genetic structuring including the segregation of potentially functional alleles is associated with socially inherited ecological niche. Reconstruction of ancestral demographic history revealed bottlenecks during(More)
Antimicrobial stewardship in the UK has evolved dramatically in the last 15 years. Factors driving this include initial central funding for specialist pharmacists and mandatory reductions in healthcare-associated infections (particularly Clostridium difficile infection). More recently, the introduction of national stewardship guidelines, and an increased(More)
OBJECTIVES Gentamicin and vancomycin are narrow-therapeutic-index antibiotics with potential for high toxicity requiring dose individualisation and continuous monitoring. Clinical decision support (CDS) tools have been effective in reducing gentamicin and vancomycin dosing errors. Online dose calculators for these drugs were implemented in a London National(More)
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