William E. Boyd

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The advent and adoption of Web 2.0 technologies offers a powerful approach to enhancing the capture of information in natural resource ecology, notably community knowledge of species distributions. Such information has previously been collected using, for example, postal surveys; these are typically inefficient, with low response rates, high costs, and(More)
Advanced technology has made a dramatic entry into courtrooms across the United States. Lawyers and judges who are experienced in the use of technology believe it lends credibility to the presenter and otherwise makes for a more e f f e ctive presentation and a greater likelihood of success in a trial. However, the support for these views is largely(More)
We surveyed 1,000 randomly selected employers of handicapped individuals in the state of Washington. Overall, 64 of the 671 responding companies reported employing 166 handicapped people. The proportion of urban and rural employers hiring handicapped people did not differ significantly, but proportionally more large employers had handicapped employees. In(More)
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