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Symposia of the Zoological Society of London
Two-Way Aboriginal Schooling: Education and Cultural Survival
- S. Harris
- 16 March 1990
Explores the theoretical concept of bicultural schooling and its practical implications in the classroom. points out the limitations of current models for Aboriginal identity.
Toward a Model of Effective Knowledge Management and Directions for Future Research: Culture, Leadership, and CKOs
Organizational culture, organizational leadership, and Chief Knowledge Officers (CKOs) each play important roles in overcoming human barriers associated with knowledge creation, transfer and sharing.… Expand
Changes in the food of British Barn Owls (Tyto alba) between 1974 and 1997
Comparison of the results of a 1993–97 Barn Owl Tyto alba pellet survey with those of a similar survey from 1956–74 showed that Barn Owl diet had changed significantly. The primary differences were a… Expand
POLICE RECORDING OF ROAD ACCIDENT IN-PATIENTS. INVESTIGATION INTO THE COMPLETENESS, REPRESENTATIVITY, AND RELIABILITY OF POLICE RECORDS OF HOSPITALIZED TRAFFIC VICTIMS
Abstract Many road safety research projects make use of the official police road accident data. Their use is often restricted to the data of fatal accidents and fatalities because it is the only… Expand
Bringing Chemical Data onto the Semantic Web
- Kieron R. Taylor, R. J. Gledhill, J. Essex, J. Frey, S. Harris, D. D. Roure
- Computer Science, Medicine
- J. Chem. Inf. Model.
- 26 January 2006
Chemical data stored in a triplestore is shown to have greater detail and flexibility in the sharing of molecular structures and properties. Expand
The condition and survival after release of captive-reared fox cubs
STRUCTURE AND FUNCTION OF RED FOX VULPES VULPES VOCALISATIONS
ABSTRACT A sonagraphic analysis of the structure of fox vocalisations, based on 512 adult and 73 cub vocalisations obtained from archive recordings, was combined with field data on the vocal… Expand