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Effects of presenting forest simulation results on the forest values and attitudes of forestry professionals and other forest users in Central Labrador

Berninger, Kati et al. (2009)

This research tested whether demonstration of the long term effect of different forest management scenarios in a large forested area changes people's forest values and attitudes. Forestry professionals and other forest users in Central Labrador were shown simulation results of three alternative ...

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Prenatal Stress due to a Natural Disaster Predicts Adiposity in Childhood: The Iowa Flood Study

Dancause, Kelsey N. et al. (2015)

Prenatal stress can affect lifelong physical growth, including increased obesity risk. However, human studies remain limited. Natural disasters provide models of independent stressors unrelated to confounding maternal characteristics. We assessed degree of objective hardship and subjective distress ...

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Logarithmic surfaces and hyperbolicity

Dethloff, Gerd et al. (2007)

In 1981 J. Noguchi proved that in a logarithmic algebraic manifold, having logarithmic irregularity strictly bigger than its dimension, any entire curve is algebraically degenerate. In the present paper we are interested in the case of manifolds having logarithmic irregularity equal to its dimension ...

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Nitrogen forms affect root structure and water uptake in the hybrid poplar

Domenicano, Susy et al. (2011)

The study analyses the effects of two different forms of nitrogen fertilisation (nitrate and ammonium) on root structure and water uptake of two hybrid poplar (Populus maximowiczii x P. balsamifera) clones in a field experiment. Water uptake was studied using sap flow gauges on individual proximal ...

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Research Works Act H.R.3699: The Private Publishing Tail Trying To Wag The Public Research Dog, Yet Again

Harnad, Stevan (janv. 2012)

A vast new potential for research has been opened up by the Web. It would be a great mistake, economically speaking, if research, researchers, the R&D industry and the US tax-paying public all had to renounce this newfound potential so as to protect and preserve the current revenue streams and M.O. ...

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Seasonal variation in biomass and carbohydrate partitioning of understory sugar maple (Acer saccharum) and yellow birch (Betula alleghaniensis) seedlings

Gaucher, Catherine et al. (2005)

We investigated seasonal patterns of biomass and carbohydrate partitioning in relation to shoot growth phenology in two age classes of sugar maple (Acer saccharum Marsh.) and yellow birch (Betula alleghaniensis Britt.) seedlings growing in the understory of a partially harvested forest. The high ...

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Explicit Martingale Representations for Brownian Functionals and Applications to Option Hedging

Renaud, Jean-François et al. (19 juin 2007)

Using Clark-Ocone formula, explicit martingale representations for path-dependent Brownian functionals are computed. As direct consequences, explicit martingale representations of the extrema of geometric Brownian motion and explicit hedging portfolios of path-dependent options are obtained.

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