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Functional ecology of advance regeneration in relation to light in boreal forests

Messier, C. et al. (1999)

This paper reviews aspects of the functional ecology of naturally established tree seedlings in the boreal forests of North America with an emphasis on the relationship between light availability and the growth and survival of shade tolerant conifers up to pole size. Shade tolerant conifer species ...

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La dimension politique de l’éducation relative à l’environnement – Un certain vertige [Éditorial]

Sauvé, Lucie (2011)

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Cultural consequences of computing technology

Memmi, Daniel (2013)

Computing technology is clearly a technical revolution, but will most probably bring about a cultural revolution as well. The effects of this technology on human culture will be dramatic and far-reaching. Yet, computers and electronic networks are but the latest development in a long history of ...

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Modeling sea-salt aerosols in the atmosphere: 1. Model development

Gong, S. L. et al. (févr. 1997)

A simulation of the processes of sea-salt aerosol generation, diffusive transport, transformation, and removal as a function of particle size is incorporated into a one-dimensional version of the Canadian general climate model (GCMII). This model was then run in the North Atlantic between Iceland ...

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De nouveaux acteurs de la régulation du travail dans la gestion par projets

Legault, Marie-Josée et al. (2009)

Dans le contexte d’une grande transformation de l’économie mondiale, on constate de plus en plus l’inadéquation des efforts de théorisation des relations de travail qui datent du fordisme, notamment du modèle d’analyse systémique (Dunlop, 1958) comme du modèle stratégique (Kochan, ...

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Worldwide open access: UK leadership?

Harnad, Stevan (2013)

The web is destined to become humankind's cognitive commons, where digital knowledge is jointly created and freely shared. The UK has been a leader in the global movement toward open access (OA) to research but recently its leadership has been derailed by the joint influence of the publishing ...

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Fire and the relative roles of weather, climate and landscape characteristics in the Great Lakes-St. Lawrence forest of Canada

Drever, C. Ronnie et al. (2008)

Question: In deciduous-dominated forest landscapes, what are the relative roles of fire weather, climate, human and biophysical landscape characteristics for explaining variation in large fire occurrence and area burned? Location: The Great Lakes-St. Lawrence forest of Canada. Methods: We ...

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Impact of melting snow on the valley flow field and precipitation phase transition

Thériault, Julie M. et al. (avr. 2015)

The prediction of precipitation phase and intensity in complex terrain is challenging when the surface temperature is near 0 °C. In calm weather conditions, melting snow often leads to a 0 °C-isothermal layer. The temperature feedback from melting snow generates cold dense air moving downslope, ...

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Grip Force Is Part of the Semantic Representation of Manual Action Verbs

Frak, Victor et al. (mars 2010)

Motor actions and action verbs activate similar cortical brain regions. A functional interference can be taken as evidence that there is a parallel treatment of these two types of information and would argue for the biological grounding of language in action. A novel approach examining the ...

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