Robert Burns

James A Hunter2
Ronald Good2
Richard D Miller2
Sean Mandell1
Holly R1
2James A Hunter
2Ronald Good
2Richard D Miller
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  • David L Roth, Louis D Burgio, Laura N Gitlin, Dolores Gallagher-Thompson, David W Coon, Steven H Belle +2 others
  • 2003
A modified version of the Revised Memory and Behavior Problems Checklist (RMBPC; L. Teri et al., 1992) was administered across 6 different sites to 1,229 family caregivers of community-dwelling adults with dementia. The total sample was divided randomly into 2 subsamples. Principal components analyses on occurrence responses and reaction ratings from the(More)
For the past two ad a half years, Apple's iOS and Google's Android operating systems have split the market share of smartphone devices and the mobile applications (apps) for those devices. We model the platform choice by mobile app developers and estimate the user preferences and developer's pro…tability from multihoming (supplying both platforms) implied(More)
  • Richard D Miller, Kansas Geological, Survey, James A Hunter, Robert Burns, Ronald Good
  • 2001
Shear wave seismic reflection was used to delineate cyclic deposits of massive ice and glacial till in the upper 30 m at a site near Tuktoyaktuk, Northwest Territories, Canada. Shear wave reflections with dominant frequencies in excess of 350 Hz were recorded with a steel shaft and 1 kg hammer source and single 50 Hz horizontal geophones with 30 cm spikes.(More)
  • James A Hunter, Geological Survey, Canada, Richard D Miller, William E Doll, Bradley J Carr +7 others
  • 1999
It is feasible to use high resolution seismic reflection techniques to image interfaces within the gas hydrate interval at this site on the northeastern edge of the Mackenzie Delta, NW Territories, Canada. Reflections were recorded with a high frequency vibrator to depths in excess of 1000 m. Resolution potential is well within the minimum for delineating(More)
  • Margaret Anne Burns, B S, Holly R, Mark W Barnard, Williams, Diane M Mcknight +24 others
  • 2015
Date_______________ The final copy of this thesis has been examined by the signatories, and we find that both the content and the form meet acceptable presentation standards of scholarly work in the above mentioned discipline ABSTRACT Dissolved organic matter (DOM) is a ubiquitous mixture of compounds formed from the degradation of both terrestrial and(More)
Dietary iodine status is routinely assessed by measuring urinary iodine excretion (UI). In most European countries iodine intake is maintained at WHO recommended levels by iodisation of table salt [1]. Exceptions to this practice include Ireland and the UK where only 5% (approximately) of table salt sold is iodine supplemented. However despite the finding(More)
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