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While farming has been the subject of frequent critical analysis with respect to its environmental impacts, including its greenhouse gas emissions, there has been relatively little consideration of the potentially positive role of agriculture in responding to a future greatly influenced by climate change. One possible realm for agriculture to contribute… (More)
Context. During the 14th/15th of April 2002, several flares occurred in NOAA active region complex 9893/9910. Two of these were previously interpreted as having anomalously high coronal column densities. Aims. We develop a scenario using multiwavelength observations to explain the high coronal column density (≈10 20 cm −2) present at the onset of the 14th… (More)
About CSIS For 50 years, the Center for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS) has developed practical solutions to the world's greatest challenges. As we celebrate this milestone, CSIS scholars continue to provide strategic insights and bipartisan policy solutions to help decisionmakers chart a course toward a better world. CSIS is a bipartisan,… (More)
This study investigates the role of the client isolation technology Public Secure Packet Forwarding (PSPF) in defending 802.11 wireless (Wi-Fi) clients, connected to a public wireless access point, from Address Resolution Protocol (ARP)cache poisoning attacks, or ARP spoofing. Exploitation of wireless attack vectors such as these have been on the rise and… (More)
Executive Summary Like many dynamic areas, Miami County faces challenges associated with balancing growth and development with conservation of natural areas. This report draws on the results of a Kansas Biological Survey (KBS) inventory of high quality natural features in Miami County (Kindscher et al., 2005) and an analysis of the County's existing… (More)
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What are physicians' greatest concerns in today's environment? What kind of support do they expect from hospitals? This article discusses what interview sessions with 175 physicians reveal about those concerns and expectations, and what hospitals can do to address them.