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Naomi Nelson Oral History  

E-print Network

Oral history interview with Naomi Nelson conducted by Rachel Gadd-Nelson in Kansas City, Kansas, on September 18, 2009. In this interview, Naomi Nelson describes her early childhood experiences attending church in Wilsey, ...

Nelson, Naomi; Gadd-Nelson, Rachel

2009-09-18

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Causes, Diet: Prevention, Nelson  

NSDL National Science Digital Library

Professor Nelson explains that chlorophyll is a remarkable energy scavenger and that there is some hint that if you consume chlorophyll you can intercept chemical species, that damage proteins, DNA, and RNA.

2009-12-26

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Mercury in Nelson’s Sparrow Subspecies at Breeding Sites  

E-print Network

Background: Mercury is a persistent, biomagnifying contaminant that can cause negative effects on ecosystems. Marshes are often areas of relatively high mercury methylation and bioaccumulation. Nelson’s Sparrows (Ammodramus nelsoni) use marsh habitats year-round and have been documented to exhibit tissue mercury concentrations that exceed negative effects thresholds. We sought to further characterize the potential risk of Nelson’s Sparrows to mercury exposure by sampling individuals from sites within the range of each of its subspecies.

Virginia L Winder; Steven D. Emslie

2012-01-01

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CURRICULUM VITAE  

Cancer.gov

CURRICULUM VITAE NAME AND ADDRESS Lee J. Helman, M.D. Scientific Director for Clinical Research, Center for Cancer Research National Cancer Institute, National Institutes of Health Building 31 Room 3A11

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William Wylie Curriculum Vitae  

E-print Network

William Wylie Curriculum Vitae Mathematics Department wwylie@syr.edu 215 Carnegie Building wwylie with nonnegative Ricci curvature. J. Geom. Anal. 16(3), pp. 535-550, 2006. 1 #12;William Wylie Curriculum Vitae Wylie Curriculum Vitae TEACHING EXPERI

Segraves, Kari A.

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Marilyn Nelson: Poetic Justice  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

This article features some of the books written by Marilyn Nelson. Here, the author discusses how she has written a children's book of poetry about lynching, entitled "A Wreath for Emmitt Till." The author discusses how her books for children honor and memorialize history-changing African Americans. Among other things, the author discusses some of…

Pierpont, Katherine

2006-01-01

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Xudong Fan Curriculum Vitae Curriculum Vitae  

E-print Network

Xudong Fan Curriculum Vitae 1 Curriculum Vitae (Last updated: October 28, 2009) Xudong (Sherman) Fan, Ph.D. Biomedical Engineering Department University of Michigan 2158 Lurie Biomedical Engineering Research Assistant and Teaching Assistant, #12;Xudong Fan Curriculum Vitae 2 Physics Department and Oregon

Fan, Xudong "Sherman"

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Short Vitae 1 CURRICULUM VITAE  

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in Innovation, Domiciliary Service, VA Palo Alto Health Care System, May 2013 GRANTS DOD Military Suicide Research Consortium August 2013 - present Development and Evaluation of a Brief, Suicide Prevention-Anon Family Groups: Who stays and who drops out? Submitted for publication. #12;Short Vitae 2 2. Short, N. A

Hull, Elaine

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Dementia with Lewy Bodies  

MedlinePLUS

NINDS Dementia With Lewy Bodies Information Page Synonym(s): Lewy Body Dementia Table of Contents (click to jump to sections) ... Trials Organizations Additional resources from MedlinePlus What is Dementia With Lewy Bodies? Dementia with Lewy bodies (DLB) ...

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Confirmation Bias Jonathan D Nelson^  

E-print Network

Confirmation Bias Jonathan D Nelson^ and Craig R M McKenzie+ this entry appeared in pp. 167;Confirmation bias is the tendency for people to search for or interpret information in a manner that favors their current beliefs. The goal of this entry is to communicate psychological research on confirmation bias

Nelson, Jonathan D.

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FREE PRODUCT FACTORIZATION PETER NELSON  

E-print Network

FREE PRODUCT FACTORIZATION PETER NELSON Abstract. In this paper proves a result about free products of groups, namely, that if a group is finitely generated, it can be factored uniquely into the free product, and then given one homomorphism from each factor to X, there is a unique homomorphism from the free product

May, J. Peter

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CULTURE HISTORY ENVIRONMENTAND NELSON INSTITUTE  

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CULTURE HISTORY ENVIRONMENTAND CENTER FOR NELSON INSTITUTE F I F T H A N N U A L GRADUATE STUDENT SYMPOSIUM An interdisciplinary showcase of graduate research around issues of culture and environmental science hall · university of wisconsin­madison #12;PROGRAM OF EVENTS 8:30a breakfast Coffee and bagels

Wisconsin at Madison, University of

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Nelson Mandela: Partisan and Peacemaker  

Microsoft Academic Search

To analyze Nelson Mandela's personal attributes relevant to peacemaking and negotiation, the study considers personality traits derived from biographical data rather than quantitative content analysis. Since Mandela's personality eludes ready characterization in terms of high or low levels of a given trait and also comprises traits apparently in tension, the analysis offered here highlights ostensibly opposing characteristics, and the evolution

Daniel Lieberfeld

2003-01-01

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DAVIS GLASSER CURRICULUM VITAE  

E-print Network

Glasser 1 DAVIS GLASSER CURRICULUM VITAE Contact Center for Visual Science University of Rochester Cortical Physiology Section, NINDS, NIH, Bethesda, MD. 2002 Summer Research Fellow (Supervisor: Henry Mc

Tadin, Duje

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Curriculum Vitae Personal information  

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Curriculum Vitae Personal information First name & Surname Tomás Pop Address Bellusova 1822/43, Praha 13, PSC 155 00 Telephone Mobile: (+420) 724 789 414 Email tomas.pop@seznam.cz Nationality Czech in secure data transfer" Curriculum Vitae Tomás Pop, 11/3/13 #12;Project experience Project Context sensing

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CURRICULUM VITAE Lee Osterhout  

E-print Network

of Cognitive Neuroscience; Journal of Experimental Psychology: General; Journal of Experimental Psychology; Perception and Psychophysics; Psychology and Aging; Psychophysiology; Quarterly Journal of ExperimentalCURRICULUM VITAE Lee Osterhout Address Department of Psychology University of Washington Box 351525

Osterhout, Lee

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CURRICULUM VITAE Lee Osterhout  

E-print Network

of Experimental Psychology: General; Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition; Journal and Aging; Psychophysiology; Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology; Science Ad hoc reviewerCURRICULUM VITAE Lee Osterhout Address Department of Psychology University of Washington Box 351525

Osterhout, Lee

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Curriculum Vitae Brian Barton  

E-print Network

sensory systems, we inevitably compare them to senses we have--Spider Man's "spidey sense" of comic book To jump to a location, click on an entry in the table or on blue underlined text. CURRICULUM VITAE

Loudon, Catherine

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February 2014 CURRICULUM VITAE  

E-print Network

1 February 2014 CURRICULUM VITAE THOMAS DIETZ Office Address: Environmental Science and Policy Professor of Sociology, Michigan State University, 2003-present Professor of Environmental Science, 2006-present Director, Environmental Science and Policy Program, Michigan State University, 2003

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Curriculum Vitae Kody Varahramyan  

E-print Network

1 Curriculum Vitae Kody Varahramyan Vice Chancellor for Research Professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis 755 W. Michigan Street Indianapolis for Research, Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis 2000-2008 Director, Institute

Zhou, Yaoqi

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JOSHUA VERMILLION Curriculum vitae  

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JOSHUA VERMILLION Curriculum vitae ARC 156 School of Architecture University of Nevada, Las Vegas + EMPLOYMENT University of Nevada, Las Vegas, School of Architecture 2013-present Assistant Professor. "Distance Daylighting and Digital Fabrication", Leadership in Architectural Research, Between Academia

Ahmad, Sajjad

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Curriculum Vitae YUVAL YAISH  

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Curriculum Vitae YUVAL YAISH Date: December 2012 Personal Data Marital Status: Married + 3 children, Physics Dept. Cornell University. Teaching Experience Introduction to molecular electronics - Graduate of semi-conductors physics - Under Graduate level. Introduction to nano-electronics - Graduate level

Adler, Joan

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Robert C. Bartlett Curriculum Vitae  

E-print Network

Robert C. Bartlett Curriculum Vitae The Behrakis Professor of Hellenic Political Studies Department PROFESSIONAL APPOINTMENTS The Behrakis Professor of Hellenic Political Studies. Department of Political Science

Huang, Jianyu

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Lewis's Woodpecker (Melanerpes lewis): A Technical Conservation Assessment  

E-print Network

Lewis's Woodpecker (Melanerpes lewis): A Technical Conservation Assessment Prepared for the USDA.O. Garton. (2004, June 29). Lewis's Woodpecker (Melanerpes lewis): a technical conservation assessment focuses on the breeding biology of Lewis's woodpeckers in a recently burned pine habitat. Before returning

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Lewis acid organocatalysts.  

PubMed

Abstract The term Lewis acid catalysts generally refers to metal salts like aluminium chloride, titanium chloride and zinc chloride. Their application in asymmetric catalysis can be achieved by the addition of enantiopure ligands to these salts. However, not only metal centers can function as Lewis acids. Compounds containing carbenium, silyl or phosphonium cations display Lewis acid catalytic activity. In addition, hypervalent compounds based on phosphorus and silicon, inherit Lewis acidity. Furthermore, ionic liquids, organic salts with a melting point below 100 degrees C, have revealed the ability to catalyze a range of reactions either in substoichiometric amount or, if used as the reaction medium, in stoichiometric or even larger quantities. The ionic liquids can often be efficiently recovered. The catalytic activity of the ionic liquid is explained by the Lewis acidic nature of their cations. This review covers the survey of known classes of metal-free Lewis acids and their application in catalysis. PMID:21494948

Sereda, Oksana; Tabassum, Sobia; Wilhelm, René

2010-01-01

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Lewis Acid Organocatalysts  

NASA Astrophysics Data System (ADS)

The term Lewis acid catalysts generally refers to metal salts like aluminium chloride, titanium chloride and zinc chloride. Their application in asymmetric catalysis can be achieved by the addition of enantiopure ligands to these salts. However, not only metal centers can function as Lewis acids. Compounds containing carbenium, silyl or phosphonium cations display Lewis acid catalytic activity. In addition, hypervalent compounds based on phosphorus and silicon, inherit Lewis acidity. Furthermore, ionic liquids, organic salts with a melting point below 100 °C, have revealed the ability to catalyze a range of reactions either in substoichiometric amount or, if used as the reaction medium, in stoichiometric or even larger quantities. The ionic liquids can often be efficiently recovered. The catalytic activity of the ionic liquid is explained by the Lewis acidic nature of their cations. This review covers the survey of known classes of metal-free Lewis acids and their application in catalysis.

Sereda, Oksana; Tabassum, Sobia; Wilhelm, René

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Curriculum Vitae October 2011  

E-print Network

Curriculum Vitae October 2011 I. Personal Data Name: Gloria Sydna Waters Born: Montreal, Quebec Psychology McGill University Montreal, Quebec. M.A. (1977) Applied Psychology Concordia University Montreal, Quebec. Ph.D. (1981) Psychology Concordia University Montreal, Quebec. Post-doctoral School

Guenther, Frank

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Curriculum Vitae LESLIE LENKOWSKY  

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Curriculum Vitae LESLIE LENKOWSKY 609 South Jordan Avenue Bloomington, Indiana 47401 812 of Technology Melbourne, Australia Honorary Franklin and Marshall College, 2002 Degrees John Carroll University;Leslie Lenkowsky Page 2 Founder and Co-Director Certificate in Social Entrepreneurship: Nonprofit

Craft, Christopher B.

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Venu Govindaraju Curriculum Vitae  

E-print Network

Venu Govindaraju Curriculum Vitae February 8, 2011 1. Address 2. Education 3. Employment History of Artificial Intelligence (IEEE Transactions on Pattern Analysis and Machine Intelligence) and has chaired oral papers accepted). 1st Place in Competition, Barcelona, 2009, "Text Segmentation Competition". HP

Govindaraju, Venu

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Venu Govindaraju Curriculum Vitae  

E-print Network

Venu Govindaraju Curriculum Vitae May 1, 2010 1. Address 2. Education 3. Employment History in the area of Artificial Intelligence (IEEE Transactions on Pattern Analysis and Machine Intelligence Printed Documents" (430 paper submissions; 87 oral papers accepted) 1st Place in Competition, Barcelona

Govindaraju, Venu

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CURRICULUM VITAE Federico Avanzini  

E-print Network

­ Italian Association of Musical Informatics (AIMI) Education 2001. PhD in Information Engineering, Dep of Milano. 1995. Degree in piano performance, Milano Conservatory of Music, Italy. 1 #12;Federico Avanzini Curriculum Vitae December 23, 2013 Research Federico Avanzini is with the Sound and Music Computing Group

Avanzini, Federico

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KEVIN AVRUCH Curriculum Vitae  

E-print Network

, Banaras Hindu University 2009- Henry Hart Rice Chair in Conflict Resolution 2009 Joan B. Kroc Peace and Conflict Resolution. Washington D.C.: United States Institute of Peace Press. 1997 Critical Essays1 KEVIN AVRUCH Curriculum Vitae Henry Hart Rice Professor of Conflict Resolution Professor

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Curriculum Vitae ARUN AGRAWAL  

E-print Network

1 Curriculum Vitae ARUN AGRAWAL School of Natural Resources & Environment 3502 Dana Building: Resources, Representations, and Rule in India). Articles in Refereed Publications Arun Agrawal, Daniel, institutions, and forest commons. Global Environmental Change Arun Agrawal. 2011. A positive side of disaster

Edwards, Paul N.

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CURRICULUM VITAE January 2013  

E-print Network

1 CURRICULUM VITAE January 2013 C. Michael Overstreet Computer Science Department Old Dominion Dominion University Distinguished Service Award, 2010-12. Nominated by Old Dominion University for Carnegie Dominion University SCHEV Outstanding Faculty Awards, 1997. Nominated by Old Dominion University for 1996

Overstreet, C. Michael

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Curriculum Vitae Franz Pernkopf  

E-print Network

@tugraz.at PERSONAL DATA PERMANENT ADDRESS Date of birth: April 28, 1975 Dr.-Eckener-Strasse 4 Marital status: married of Technology, Austria and University of Edinburgh, Scot- land (UK). Thesis: Control Software for a 64 by 64 Resch, Erhard Rank, Christian Feldbauer, and Michael Wohlmayr. #12;Franz Pernkopf Curriculum Vitae 3

Witrisal, Klaus

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CURRICULUM VITAE Luther Beegle  

E-print Network

CURRICULUM VITAE Luther Beegle Jet Propulsion Laboratory California Institute of Technology M/S 183 and designing instrumentation such as organic molecule extract techniques, charged particle optics, ion mobility spectrometers, and cylindrical ion trap mass spectrometers for space and terrestrial applications. In addition

Waliser, Duane E.

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CURRICULUM VITAE MATTEO VIALE  

E-print Network

CURRICULUM VITAE MATTEO VIALE CURRENT POSITION. Tenure track researcher in Mathematical Logic G¨odel Research Center in Mathematical Logic of the University of Vienna: February 2007 ­ August by the Association for Symbolic Logic "for the most outstanding doctoral dissertation in mathematical logic in 2006

Viale, Matteo

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CURRICULUM VITAE JOHN KELSAY  

E-print Network

on "Western and Islamic Approaches to War and Peace," funded by a grant from the United States Institute1 CURRICULUM VITAE JOHN KELSAY Department of Religion, Florida State University, Tallahassee, FL State University, 2008- Department of Religion, Florida State University Bristol Distinguished Professor

Sura, Philip

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Curriculum Vitae August 2014  

E-print Network

to lateralized cold pressor and facial cooling tasks. Psychophysiology. Friedman, B.H., Stephens, C.L., & ThayerCurriculum Vitae August 2014 Bruce H. Friedman (Scarpa-Friedman) Address: Department of Psychology://www.psyc.vt.edu/labs/mindbody Education: The Pennsylvania State University, University Park, PA Ph.D. in Experimental Psychology, 1992

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Timothy Lambert CURRICULUM VITAE  

E-print Network

for Summer High School Internship in the Geosciences (UCSC) Mar. 2011 Science Fair Judge for Environmental Science, Junior and Senior Divisions Santa Cruz County Science Fair Winter 2011 Teaching AssistantTimothy Lambert CURRICULUM VITAE Address: University of California, Santa Cruz Website: http

Paytan, Adina

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Curriculum Vitae Physical Scientist  

E-print Network

Abbott (COAS). 2009-2011 Student Services, U.S. Geological Sur- vey, Corvallis, Oregon Regional climate un- der climate change. in prep Hostetler, S.W., Alder, J.R. and Allan, A.M., 2011, DynamicallyJay Alder Curriculum Vitae Physical Scientist U.S. Geological Survey College of Earth, Ocean

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Petr Kohout Curriculum vitae  

E-print Network

Petr Kohout Curriculum vitae Department. of Mycorrhizal Symbioses Institute of Botany, AS CR Lesni of Mycorrhizal Symbioses, Institute of Botany, AS CR Education: 2008 ­ present Master Degree, Department: The interaction of ectomycorrhizal and ericoid mycorrhizal plants via their mycorrhizal fungi Mycorrhizal

Janouskova, Martina

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CURRICULUM VITAE Yohay Carmel  

E-print Network

1 CURRICULUM VITAE Yohay Carmel 2013 Date and place of birth: December 6, 1959, Jerusalem, Israel of Environmental Engineering. 2009 ­ 2011 Environment and Water Seminar. A joint seminar of the Department of Environmental Engineering and the Grand Water Institute. Public Professional Activities 2013 ­ present

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a Conceptual Introduction to Nelson's Mechanics  

NASA Astrophysics Data System (ADS)

Nelson's programme for a stochastic mechanics aims to derive the wave function and the Schrödinger equation from natural conditions on a diffusion process in configuration space. If successful, this programme has some potential advantages, which are briefly sketched, over the better-known deterministic pilot-wave theory of de Broglie and Bohm. The essential points of Nelson's strategy are then reviewed, with particular emphasis on conceptual issues relating to the role of time symmetry. The main problem in Nelson's approach is the lack of strict equivalence between the coupled Madelung equations and the Schrödinger equation. After a brief discussion, the paper concludes with a sketch of two possible strategies for trying to overcome this problem.

Bacciagaluppi, Guido

2005-10-01

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Victoria Anne Smith Curriculum Vitae  

E-print Network

Victoria Anne Smith Curriculum Vitae School of Biology anne.smith@st-andrews.ac.uk University of St-I £83,318 (of £4.5M) Oct 2006 ­ Sep 2010 #12;V. Anne Smith, Curriculum Vitae, Page 2 Past Research

Smith, V Anne

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ROBERT E. CAMPBELL CURRICULUM VITAE  

E-print Network

ROBERT E. CAMPBELL CURRICULUM VITAE Updated Jul 1, 2014 ! PRESENT ADDRESS Department of Chemistry-8231 (Fax) Email: robert.e.campbell@ualberta.ca Web: http://www.chem.ualberta.ca/~campbell/ Twitter or Bioorganic Chemistry for doctoral research of outstanding quality. #12;Campbell, Robert! Curriculum Vitae

Campbell, Robert E.

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Curriculum Vitae LUIS A. GONZLEZ  

E-print Network

-1986). AGI-Minority Scholar American Geological Institute, Alexandria, VA. (1982-1986). #12;Curriculum Vitae of Chicano and Native American in Science (Friend of the Society) The Geological Society of AmericaCurriculum Vitae LUIS A. GONZÁLEZ Business Address: The University of Kansas Department of Geology

González, Luis A.

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Effect of nivazol in Nelson's syndrome.  

PubMed Central

We report the use of nivazol in a patient with Nelson's syndrome. Nivazol was highly effective in reducing ACTH secretion but, contrary to reports of its use in other primates, in our patient nivazol did have systemic glucocorticoid effects. PMID:2845380

Ball, J. A.; Williams, G.; Yeo, T. H.; Joplin, G. F.

1988-01-01

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78 FR 75205 - Death of Nelson Mandela  

Federal Register 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013

...of nations or our own personal lives. While we mourn his loss, we will forever honor Nelson Mandela's memory. He left behind a South Africa that is free and at peace with itself--a close friend and partner of the United States. And his...

2013-12-10

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Amelia Nelson Michael Hamburger, John Rupp  

E-print Network

is simply a beautiful piece of jewelry that signifies wealth and prosperity. Little do many know that gold, became a reason for hope for many Americans in the 19th century and is now apart of our society. Global. Following this find, the Standard #12;Nelson 4 Consolidated Mining Company invested in equipment and lumber

Polly, David

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Mercury levels of Nelson’s and saltmarsh sparrows at wintering grounds in Virginia, USA  

Microsoft Academic Search

Nelson’s and saltmarsh sparrows (Ammodramus nelsoni and A. caudacutus) have recently been recognized as separate species, and because of their limited distributions and the susceptibility of\\u000a their wetland habitats to climate change, these two new species are of conservation concern. Both species are known to bioaccumulate\\u000a mercury at breeding sites in New England, USA where their ranges overlap, with the

Daniel A. CristolFletcher; Fletcher M. Smith; Claire W. Varian-Ramos; Bryan D. Watts

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Mercury in breeding and wintering Nelson’s Sparrows ( Ammodramus nelsoni )  

Microsoft Academic Search

The objective of this study was to increase our understanding of Hg exposure in birds with obligate ties to coastal salt marsh\\u000a and inland wetland systems. Many species filling such niches are of conservation concern because of reduced size and quality\\u000a of vital habitats. We used Nelson’s Sparrow (Ammodramus nelsoni) as an indicator of regional mercury (Hg) availability in its

V. L. WinderS; S. D. Emslie

2011-01-01

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Lewy Body Digest  

MedlinePLUS

... Book Excerpt - Window of Opportunity: Living with the Reality of Parkinson's and the Threat of Dementia August ... Former First Lady Rosalynn Carter About LBD Immunotherapy Shows Promise in New Mouse Model of Lewy Body ...

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Lewy Body Disease  

MedlinePLUS

... be hard to diagnose, because Parkinson's disease and Alzheimer's disease cause similar symptoms. Scientists think that Lewy body disease might be ... no cure. Treatment focuses on drugs to help symptoms. NIH: National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke

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Lewy Body Dementia Research  

MedlinePLUS

... body disease also have significant amounts of Alzheimer’s pathology. Research now reveals that a genetic variant that ... University of Pennsylvania have discovered how Lewy body pathology spreads in the brain. Researchers injected a synthetic ...

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Lewis and Clark  

NSDL National Science Digital Library

On February 28, 1803, President Thomas Jefferson got approval from Congress to send Meriwether Lewis, William Clark, and a team of 31 others to explore the American West. Overview This is where it all begins. On January 18, 1803, in a secret message to Congress, President Thomas Jefferson called for an expedition into the uncharted West. Jefferson, believing that the possession of the Northwest Passage was necessary for control of North America, appointed Merriwether Lewis to lead a ...

Hirschi, Mrs.

2008-04-29

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Curriculum Vitae Silvia Jimenez Bola~nos  

E-print Network

Curriculum Vitae Silvia Jim�enez Bola~nos June 30, 2014 Contact Information 207 McGregory Hall de Costa Rica, Costa Rica. 1 of 9 #12;Silvia Jim�enez Bola~nos � Curriculum Vitae 2 of 9 � Spring (Multivariable Calculus): 2 sections: 31 students, 13 students #12;Silvia Jim�enez Bola~nos � Curriculum Vitae 3

Jimenez, Silvia

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CURRICULUM VITAE ANNA CHRISTINA TYLER  

E-print Network

CURRICULUM VITAE ANNA CHRISTINA TYLER Dept. of Biology Rochester Institute of Technology Rochester.D. Environmental Sciences, concentration Ecology University of Virginia Dissertation: Impact of benthic algae for Field Studies, Kenyan Wildlife Ecology and Management Northeastern University EMPLOYMENT HISTORY 2007

Tyler, Christy

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Curriculum Vitae Kaj M. Johnson  

E-print Network

Curriculum Vitae Kaj M. Johnson Department of Geological Sciences (812-doc author Submitted: Johnson, K.M., in review, Slip rates and off-fault deformation. Johnson, (submitted to GRL), Heterogeneous stress and moderately weak forearc crust

Johnson, Kaj

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JAMES A. MOORE Curriculum Vitae  

E-print Network

1 JAMES A. MOORE Curriculum Vitae moorej@rpi.edu St. John's University, University College, 1957 Fellow at IBM's Watson Laboratory, Yorktown Heights, New York. 1976-81 Panel member for the Solid State

Ferris, James P.

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CURRICULUM VITAE NAME: Helen Barbas  

E-print Network

CURRICULUM VITAE NAME: Helen Barbas ADDRESS: Boston University 635 Commonwealth Ave., 431, BostonGill University, Montreal, P.Q., 1979 M.S. (Psychobiology), Kansas State University, Manhattan, KS., 1974 B

Guenther, Frank

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9. Historic American Buildings Survey, Nelson E. Baldwin, Photographer Dec. ...  

Library of Congress Historic Buildings Survey, Historic Engineering Record, Historic Landscapes Survey

9. Historic American Buildings Survey, Nelson E. Baldwin, Photographer Dec. 1936, (F) EXTERIOR, DETAIL OF ENTRANCE DOORWAY. - Dutch Reformed Church, State Route 10, Stone Arabia, Montgomery County, NY

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Featured Commentary: Nelson Mandela, Memory, and the Work of Justice  

E-print Network

Nelson Mandela and the 1995 Rugby World Cup in a classic narrative of ‘quick-fix’. The Truth and Reconciliation CommissionNelson Mandela Foundation, We still await a formal response from the state to the wide-ranging 1998 and 2003 recommendations of the Truth and Reconciliation Commission (

Harris, Verne

2012-01-01

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The Nelson A. Rockefeller Institute of Government  

NSDL National Science Digital Library

Created to honor the work and legacy of the late Nelson A. Rockefeller, the Nelson A. Rockefeller Institute of Government is dedicated to enhancing "the capabilities of state governments and the federal system to deal effectively with the nation's domestic challenges." Based at the University at Albany, State University of New York, the Institute's website provides policy makers and others with access to research papers on everything from tax revenues to health care in the Empire State. First-time visitors won't want to miss the New York State Statistical Yearbook. This document offers a thorough portrait of economics, agriculture, education, and transportation throughout the state. Moving on, the "Research and Data" area offers working papers, briefs, and other materials on subjects including disaster recovery, faith-based social services, and intergovernmental relations. Finally, the "Forums and Events" area contains archived video and other coverage of events like "New York in the World: The Impact of the Global Economy on New York State and City."

2012-01-27

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Nelson`s syndrome associated with a somatic frame shift mutation in the glucocorticoid recepter gene  

SciTech Connect

Nelson`s syndrome is the appearance and/or progression of ACTH-secreting pituitary macroadenomas in patients who had previously undergone bilateral adrenalectomy for Cushing`s disease. Extremely high plasma ACTH levels and aggressive neoplastic growth might be explained by the lack of appropriate glucocorticoid negative feedback due to defective glucocorticoid signal transduction. To study the glucocorticoid receptor (GR) gene in Nelson`s syndrome, DNA was extracted from pituitary adenomas and leukocytes of four patients with this condition and amplified by PCR for direct sequence analysis. In one of the tumors, a heterozygous mutation, consisting of an insertion of a thymine between complementary DNA nucleotides 1188 and 1189, was found in exon 2. This frame-shift mutation led to premature termination at amino acid residue 366 of the world-type coding sequence, excluding the expression of a functioning receptor protein from the defective allele. The mutation was not detected in the sequence of the GR gene in the patient`s leukocyte DNA, indicating a somatic origin. By lowering the receptor number in tumorous cells, this defect might have caused local resistance to negative glucocorticoid feedback similar to that caused by the presence of a null allele in a kindred with the generalized glucocorticoid resistance syndrome. P53 protein accumulation, previously reported in 60% of corticotropinomas, could not be detected in any of the four pituitary tumors examined by immunohistochemistry. We suggest that a somatic GR defect might have played a pathophysiological role in the tumorigenesis of the corticotropinoma bearing this mutation. 35 refs., 3 figs., 1 tab.

Karl, M.; Stratakis, C.A.; Chrousos, G.P.; Katz, D.A.; Ali, I.U.; Oldfield, E.H. [National Inst. of Neurological Disorders and Stroke, Bethesda, MD (United States)] [and others] [National Inst. of Neurological Disorders and Stroke, Bethesda, MD (United States); and others

1996-01-01

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Treatment of Nelson's syndrome with temozolomide.  

PubMed

A 64-year-old woman was previously treated for Cushing's disease with trans-sphenoidal surgery, external beam radiotherapy and bilateral adrenalectomy. Progression of an aggressive corticotroph adenoma was evident 3 years post-adrenalectomy; involvement of the clivus was treated with surgery and gamma knife radiosurgery. Tumour spread through the skull base, occiput and left ear with persistent facial pain and left ear discharge; progression continued despite second gamma knife treatment. ACTH levels peaked at 2472 and 2265 pmol/l pre- and post-hydrocortisone respectively. Treatment with temozolomide resulted in a significant improvement in symptoms, a reduction of plasma ACTH to 389 pmol/l and regression of tumour on magnetic resonance imaging scan after four cycles of treatment. We propose that temozolomide is an effective and well-tolerated therapeutic tool for the treatment of Nelson's syndrome and a useful addition to the range of therapies available to treat this condition. PMID:18984772

Moyes, V J; Alusi, G; Sabin, H I; Evanson, J; Berney, D M; Kovacs, K; Monson, J P; Plowman, P N; Drake, W M

2009-01-01

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Curriculum Vitae Richard N. Aslin  

E-print Network

1 Curriculum Vitae Richard N. Aslin June 1, 2012 Office Address: Department of Brain and Cognitive Institute of Child Development, University of Minnesota, Ph.D. in Child Psychology, 1975 Scholarships of Mental Health Predoctoral Traineeship in Child Psychology, 1971-1975 Summer Faculty Fellowship, Indiana

Aslin, Richard N.

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Curriculum Vitae Richard N. Aslin  

E-print Network

1 Curriculum Vitae Richard N. Aslin September 1, 2013 Office Address: Department of Brain Institute of Child Development, University of Minnesota, Ph.D. in Child Psychology, 1975 Scholarships of Mental Health Predoctoral Traineeship in Child Psychology, 1971-1975 Summer Faculty Fellowship, Indiana

Aslin, Richard N.

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Curriculum Vitae Richard N. Aslin  

E-print Network

1 Curriculum Vitae Richard N. Aslin January 1, 2010 Office Address: Department of Brain Institute of Child Development, University of Minnesota, Ph.D. in Child Psychology, 1975 Scholarships of Mental Health Predoctoral Traineeship in Child Psychology, 1971-1975 Summer Faculty Fellowship, Indiana

Aslin, Richard N.

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Timothy M. Hsu Curriculum Vitae  

E-print Network

Timothy M. Hsu Curriculum Vitae Educational History 6/90 S.B., Mathematics, Mass. Inst Nolan awarded 2008 University Outstanding Thesis Award (two awarded SJSU-wide) 1/12 Intel Science Talent,330 from Intel Corporation for "Analysis of Heat Pipe Performance Tailored for MEROM/Santa Rosa in Mobile

Hsu, Tim

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Timothy M. Hsu Curriculum Vitae  

E-print Network

Timothy M. Hsu Curriculum Vitae Educational History 6/90 S.B., Mathematics, Mass. Inst Nolan awarded 2008 University Outstanding Thesis Award (two awarded SJSU­wide) 1/12 Intel Science Talent CAMCOS awarded $19,330 from Intel Corporation for ``Analysis of Heat Pipe Performance Tailored for MEROM

Hsu, Tim

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CURRICULUM VITAE Jack B. Soll  

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, economics #12;Publications Soll, J. B., Keeney, R. L., & Larrick, R. P. (forthcoming). ConsumerCURRICULUM VITAE Jack B. Soll (April 2012) Office Address Office Phone Duke University (919) 660.D., 1997, behavioral science MBA, 1996, business economics Carleton College B.A., 1988, magna cum laude

Reif, John H.

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CURRICULUM VITAE Kenneth D. Rose  

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lectures and laboratory in Human Gross Anatomy (Acting Course Director 1986-1987; Course Director 1989CURRICULUM VITAE Kenneth D. Rose Professor, Center for Functional Anatomy and Evolution, The Johns and the University of Michigan Assistant Professor of Cell Biology and Anatomy, The Johns Hopkins University School

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Robert Fraher, MFA Curriculum Vitae  

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Association (iDMAa), 2013 Jacob Ferge, Nominee, Site of the Day, Best Web Design Award: The Best Web Sites of Wisconsin-Stout School of Art and Design DES-325 Interactive Design I: Introduction to Web Design, taughtFraher CV 1 of 13 Robert Fraher, MFA Curriculum Vitae Department of Design School of Art and Design

Wu, Mingshen

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curriculum vitae Department of Anthropology  

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John Hawks curriculum vitae Department of Anthropology University of Wisconsin­Madison 5240 Social://johnhawks.net e-mail: jhawks@wisc.edu Research interests Paleoanthropology. Anthropological genomics. My full­1999 University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI. M.A. awarded December, 1996. Ph.D. in Anthropology awarded August

Sheridan, Jennifer

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CURRICULUM VITAE KAREN B. STRIER  

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, Harvard University, November 1981 BA, Special Major in Sociology/Anthropology and Biology, Swarthmore 1985: Instructor in Anthropology and Sophomore Tutor in Biological Anthropology, Harvard UniversityCURRICULUM VITAE KAREN B. STRIER Department of Anthropology Office phone: 608-262-0302 University

Sheridan, Jennifer

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UNIVERSITY OF MIAMI Curriculum Vitae  

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UNIVERSITY OF MIAMI Curriculum Vitae Rosenstiel School of Marine and Atmospheric Science 4600: ! HIGHER EDUCATION 11. Institutional: � Ph.D., Astrophysical, Planetary and Atmospheric Sciences, 1999, 2014: Simulated convective invigoration processes at trade-wind cumulus cold pool boundaries. J. Atmos

Zuidema, Paquita

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CURRICULUM VITAE Ljuba N. Veselinova  

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Linguistics Minor: Computational Linguistics Minor: History of Scandinavian Languages B.A. 1990 UniversityCURRICULUM VITAE Ljuba N. Veselinova Office address Home address Department of Linguistics Torsten of Linguistics., Stockholm University, Sweden. M.A. 1997 Eastern Michigan University, Ypsilanti, Michigan, USA

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CURRICULUM VITAE Ljuba N. Veselinova  

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: Computational Linguistics Minor: History of Scandinavian Languages B.A. 1990 University of Sofia, BulgariaCURRICULUM VITAE Ljuba N. Veselinova Office address Home address Department of Linguistics Torsten://www.ling.su.se/staff/ljuba/ Academic Degrees Associate Professor 2011 Stockholm University, Sweden Ph.D. 2003 Department of Linguistics

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PAMELA S. NADELL Curriculum Vitae  

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and the City; American Jewish Community; Introduction to Jewish Literature; From Shtetl to Suburbia: American Jewish Literature; American Jewish Culture; The American Jewish Experience in Film and Literature; VoicesPAMELA S. NADELL Curriculum Vitae Personal Information Jewish Studies Program American University

Lansky, Joshua

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Curriculum Vitae James L. Bonczek  

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Curriculum Vitae James L. Bonczek Soil and Water Science Department, University of Florida G169 Mc.edu ________________________________________________________________________ EDUCATION Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.) in Soil and Water Chemistry. Soil and Water Science Department, University of Florida Dissertation: Multiple-Process Sorption of Nitrogen Heterocycles in Soils

Jawitz, James W.

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Bruce G. Carruthers CURRICULUM VITAE  

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: The Passage of the Uniform Small Loan Law, 1907-1930," Bruce G. Carruthers, Timothy W. Guinnane, and Yoonseok1 Bruce G. Carruthers CURRICULUM VITAE January, 2011 ADDRESS: Department of Sociology, Northwestern Sociology, Rutgers University: 1983. BA Communications, Simon Fraser University: 1980. EMPLOYMENT: Gerald F

Bustamante, Fabián E.

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CURRICULUM VITAE BRIAN A. NAULT  

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CURRICULUM VITAE BRIAN A. NAULT Department of Entomology Cornell University New York State AREA Landscape Ecology and Vegetable Entomology AREAS OF EXPERTISE Insect ecology; vegetable insect. Entomology North Carolina State University 1990 M.S. Entomology University of Georgia 1988 B.S. Entomology

Nault, Brian

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PHILIP C. ROTH Curriculum Vitae  

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PHILIP C. ROTH Curriculum Vitae Future Technologies Group Computer Science and Mathematics Division C. Roth Page 2 SELECTED PUBLICATIONS P.C. Roth and J.S. Meredith, "Value Influence Analysis, June 2014. P.C. Roth, "Tracking a Value's Influence on Later Computation," 6th Workshop on Productivity

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CURRICULUM VITAE Paul Jeffrey Stekler  

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in this history. The film aired as a two night special on the PBS series THE AMERICAN EXPERIENCE on April 231 CURRICULUM VITAE Paul Jeffrey Stekler Department of Radio-Television-Film Midnight Films field: American Politics dissertation: Black Politics in New South PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE 2006

Pillow, Jonathan

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CURRICULUM VITAE Terry Lynne Jernigan  

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CURRICULUM VITAE Terry Lynne Jernigan EDUCATION: 1974 - 1979 Ph.D. - Clinical Psychology with undergraduates and graduate students, 2009-present UCSD/SDSU Joint Doctoral Program in Clinical Psychology (APA Lecturer in: Clinical Psychology: Introduction and Orientation to Faculty Research Clinical Psychology

Squire, Larry R.

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Gary M. Pierzynski Curriculum Vitae  

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Gary M. Pierzynski Curriculum Vitae Professor of Soil and Environmental Chemistry Department.S., 1985. Michigan State University (environmental chemistry). B.S., 1982. Michigan State University Soil Chemistry, 19982005, 3 credits AGRON 615, Soil and Environmental Chemistry Laboratory, 2001, 2

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Curriculum Vitae Herbert W. Ohm  

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1 Curriculum Vitae Herbert W. Ohm Department of Agronomy Purdue University Lilly Hall of Life Sciences Phone: (765) 494-8072 Department of Agronomy Fax: (765) 496-2926 915 West State Street Email: hohm/1972 - 6/1977 Associate Professor, 7/1977 - 6/1983 Professor of Agronomy, 7/1983 - 11/2004 Distinguished

Jackson, Scott A.

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CURRICULUM VITAE CLIFFORD F. MASS  

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CURRICULUM VITAE CLIFFORD F. MASS Updated: 09/12/08 Personal Data Address: Department of Washington Press, Available November 2008 Refereed Publications Dotson, B. and C. F. Mass, 2008: Major windstorms of the Pacific Northwest. Submitted to Mon. Wea. Rev. Bond, N. and C. F. Mass, 2008: Development

Mass, Clifford F.

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CURRICULUM VITAE CLIFFORD F. MASS  

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CURRICULUM VITAE CLIFFORD F. MASS Updated: 09/05/2013 Personal Data Address: Department of Washington Press Secrets of Weather Prediction, in preparation. Refereed Publications Mass, C. and L. E to Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society. L. Madaus, G. J. Hakim and C. F. Mass, 2013: Utility

Mass, Clifford F.

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CURRICULUM VITAE Lauren Vanessa Riters  

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CURRICULUM VITAE Lauren Vanessa Riters Department of Zoology Birge Hall, Room 428 430 Lincoln Drive Professional Positions Full Professor and Director of Zoology Graduate Studies 2012 - present Department of Zoology Member of Neuroscience Training Program Affiliated Faculty Appointment in Psychology University

Gammie, Stephen C.

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PAMELA S. NADELL Curriculum Vitae  

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; Ancient and Medieval Jewish Civilization; Modern Jewish Civilization; The Jew and the City; American/Jewish Relations in the U.S. (with Howard University). #12;2 in History: Modern Jewish Civilization; AmericanPAMELA S. NADELL Curriculum Vitae Personal Information Jewish Studies Program American University

Lansky, Joshua

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Curriculum Vitae Sarah Elianna Strano  

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/10 Salmon Bowl Volunteer Feb. 2009/10 Conducted a series of Suitcase science lessons for primary schoolCurriculum Vitae Sarah Elianna Strano College of Oceanic and Atmospheric Science Work Phone: (541, Awards and Distinctions 2009 National Science Foundation Graduate Fellow 2007-2008 Fulbright Advanced

Kurapov, Alexander

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December 5, 2013 Curriculum Vita  

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Investigator #12;Curran Vita 2 United States Army Research Institute (ARI) for the Behavioral and Social) PI: Dejing Dou 1 of 7 Co-investigators Collaborative Activity Bridging Mind, Brain, & Behavior, James Gibson, SAIC) NIH High End Instrumentation Program July 2002 - June 2003 "Whole-head MEG System for Brain

Curran, Tim

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CURRICULUM VITAE JONATHAN MARK WRIGHT  

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CURRICULUM VITAE JONATHAN MARK WRIGHT February 12, 2009 EDUCATION 1978 B.Sc., Biology (Honours Biology, Faculty of Medicine, Memorial University of Newfoundland, St. John's, Newfoundland, Canada in Escherichia coli (Supervisor: Stephen M. Boyle). 1984-1986 Alberta Heritage Foundation for Medical Research

Adl, Sina

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CURRICULUM VITAE HENRY X. LIU  

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1 CURRICULUM VITAE HENRY X. LIU 1 BIOGRAPHICAL DATA 1.1 Education 2000 Ph.D. Civil traffic assignment model formulation and solution algorithms. Development and validation of day-to-day Board (TRB) Transportation Network Modeling Committee IEEE Intelligent Transportation Systems Society

Levinson, David M.

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Curriculum Vita DARYL J. BEM  

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-observation as a source of pain perception. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 9, 205�209. Bem, D. J. (1968Curriculum Vita DARYL J. BEM Department of Psychology 511-1 Strawberry Hill Circle Uris Hall Ithaca in physics 1960�61 MIT: (Graduate work in physics) 1961�64 University of Michigan: PhD in social psychology

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Curriculum Vita Thomas K. Rudel  

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1 Curriculum Vita Thomas K. Rudel Business Address Home Address Department of Human Ecology 53 University. 1975-1976 Instructor, Department of Human Ecology and Social Science, Cook College, Rutgers Thomas K. Rudel, 2005, Tropical Forests: Regional Paths of Destruction and Regeneration in the Late 20 th

Goodman, Robert M.

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CURRICULUM VITAE Marc A. Weiner  

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Department/Center for Cultural and Literary Studies EDUCATION Stanford University Ph.D. in German Studies1 CURRICULUM VITAE Marc A. Weiner Autumn 2010 Department of Germanic Studies Ballantine Hall 644 University: 1996- Professor of Germanic Studies & Adjunct Professor of Comparative Literature; Adjunct

Indiana University

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CURRICULUM VITAE Michael B. Habib  

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______________________________________________________________________________________ Teaching Experience Johns Hopkins School of Medicine 2006 Medical Gross Anatomy (Lab Instructor) 2005CURRICULUM VITAE Michael B. Habib Center for Functional Anatomy and Evolution The Johns Hopkins@jhmi.edu ______________________________________________________________________________________ Education 2004-Present, PhD. Candidate in Anatomy; Johns Hopkins School of Medicine. Dissertation Topic

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Curriculum Vitae Rachel I. Adams  

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at lower latitudes. Evolutionary Ecology 27:133-143. Adams, R. I., S. Goldberry, T. G. Whitham, M. S. Oikos 120:1584-1594. Pringle, E. G., R. I. Adams, E. Broadbent, P. E. Busby, C. I. Donatti, E. L. Kurten1 Curriculum Vitae Rachel I. Adams Plant & Microbial Biology email: adamsri@berkeley.edu 321

Bruns, Tom

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Curriculum Vitae JAN K. BRUECKNER  

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Curriculum Vitae JAN K. BRUECKNER Office address: Department of Economics University of California of Urban Economics, 1991-2007 Honors and Awards: Award for Excellence in Graduate Teaching, Commerce Alumni: 90 Murasaki St. Irvine, CA 92617 (949) 854-4408 Education: Ph.D. (Economics), Stanford University

Loudon, Catherine

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CURRICULUM VITA Neil E. Berthier  

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CURRICULUM VITA Neil E. Berthier February 18, 2014 Address: Department of Psychology, Tobin Hall: · Member NSF HCP Instrumentation Review Panel, 1999. · Member NSF SBER Instrumentation Review Panel, 1997-2008. · Associate Editor of Developmental Psychology, 2009 to 2013. · Ad Hoc reviewer for NSF research proposals

Massachusetts at Amherst, University of

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CURRICULUM VITAE Dana P. Williams  

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CURRICULUM VITAE Dana P. Williams Professional Preparation Cornell University Mathematics A.B. 1974 of Otago in New Zealand Mark Tomforde 2002 Now an Assistant Professor at the Univer- sity of Houston Lisa;PUBLICATIONS -- Dana P. Williams Papers Published or Accepted for Publication 1. Dana P. Williams, The topology

Williams, Dana P.

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CURRICULUM VITAE Dana P. Williams  

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CURRICULUM VITAE Dana P. Williams Professional Preparation Cornell University Mathematics A.B. 1974 University Astrid an Huef 1999 Now a Senior Lecturer at the University of New South Wales in Australia Mark: see attached list. #12;PUBLICATIONS -- Dana P. Williams Papers Published or Accepted for Publication 1

Williams, Dana P.

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Curriculum Vitae MICHAEL C. MOZER  

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to maximize the satisfaction of the inhabitants and minimize energy consumption. Education Ph.D. UniversityCurriculum Vitae MICHAEL C. MOZER Address Department of Computer Science University of Colorado these models, we build software that helps individuals to learn and remember better. One cur- rent project

Mulligan, Jane

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Curriculum Vita Edward S. Awh  

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Curriculum Vita Edward S. Awh Department of Psychology updated April 2014 University of Oregon 1227, Department of Psychology, University of Oregon. September 2004 to September 2008 Associate professor, Department of Psychology, University of Oregon. January 1999 to September 2004 Assistant professor

Oregon, University of

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Kathleen Grace Kennedy Curriculum Vitae  

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Kathleen Grace Kennedy Curriculum Vitae Department of Mathematics 6607 South Hall Phone: University and Paris. All coursework completed in French. 1 of 3 Kathleen Grace Kennedy #12;Research Activity "A Optimization Problem with a Surprisingly Simple Solution" Drinen, K. G. Kennedy, W. M. Priestley. Amer. Math

Akhmedov, Azer

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October 11, 2007 Curriculum Vitae  

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October 11, 2007 Curriculum Vitae 1. Personal Details Name Shaul Sorek Date and Place of Birth: May and Tel./Fax - work: Department of Environmental Hydrology & Microbiology Institute for Water Sciences Institute of Technology 1981 - 83 Research Associate Department of Hydrology and Water Resources, University

Sorek, Shaul

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November 10, 2013 Curriculum Vitae  

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November 10, 2013 Curriculum Vitae 1) Personal Details Name Shaul Sorek Date and Place of Birth and Tel./Fax - work: Department of Environmental Hydrology & Microbiology Zuckerberg Institute for Water - Israel Institute of Technology 1981 - 83 Research Associate Department of Hydrology and Water Resources

Sorek, Shaul

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CURRICULUM VITAE LYNNE D. TALLEY  

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CURRICULUM VITAE LYNNE D. TALLEY BIRTH: May 18, 1954; Schenectady, New York CITIZENSHIP: U, 2000. Hydrography, CTD (co-chief scientist) OTHER MAJOR FIELD EXPERIMENTS: Okhotsk Sea dense water formation, 1999-2000. Moorings, hydrography. (Talley, Rudnick) Antarctic Intermediate Water formation

Talley, Lynne D.

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Curriculum Vitae Misha Elena Kilmer  

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Curriculum Vitae Misha Elena Kilmer Department of Mathematics Tufts University Medford, MA 02155 Phone: (617) 627-2005 Fax: (617) 627-3966 http://www.tufts.edu/~mkilme01 misha.kilmer@tufts.edu Personal Data Citizenship: US Current Status Professor and Interim Chair of Mathematics, Tufts University

Kilmer, Misha Elena

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CURRICULUM VITAE Rebecca Carter Steorts  

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CURRICULUM VITAE Rebecca Carter Steorts Department of Statistics Cell: (704) 453­1597 Carnegie Mellon University Phone: (412) 268­7827 Baker Hall 232 Fax: (412) 268­7828 Pittsburgh, PA 15213 Email Record Linkage and Impacts on Exchangeability in Clustering. · Steorts, R. and Louis, T. (2014

Steorts, Rebecca C.

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Benitez-Nelson Receives 2006 Ocean Sciences Early Career Award  

NASA Astrophysics Data System (ADS)

Claudia Benitez-Nelson received the AGU Ocean Sciences Early Career Award at the 2006 AGU Fall Meeting in San Francisco, Calif., in recognition of significant contributions to and promise in the ocean sciences.

Thunell, Robert; Benitez-Nelson, Claudia

2007-03-01

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2. Historic American Buildings Survey, Nelson E. Baldwin, Photographer, Jan. ...  

Library of Congress Historic Buildings Survey, Historic Engineering Record, Historic Landscapes Survey

2. Historic American Buildings Survey, Nelson E. Baldwin, Photographer, Jan. 16, 1937, View-Fireplace-Front Room-Vadney House, Feura Bush, Albany County, N Y. - Vadney House, Feura Bush, Albany County, NY

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Astronauts van Hoften and Nelson conduct pre-breathing exercise  

NASA Technical Reports Server (NTRS)

Astronauts James D. van Hoften and George D. Nelson, wearing Shuttle launch and entry helmets, conduct a pre-breathing exercise on the forward flight deck of the shuttle Challenger during the STS 41-C mission.

1984-01-01

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Construing reconstruction : the Barcelona Pavilion and Nelson Goodman's aesthetic philosophy  

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This thesis explores Mies van der Rohe's Barcelona Pavilion through the lens of Nelson Goodman's philosophical categories of the autographic and the allographic in order to determine what constitutes the building's identity. ...

Capdevila Werning, Remei

2007-01-01

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12. Historic American Buildings Survey, Nelson E. Baldwin, Photographer Dec. ...  

Library of Congress Historic Buildings Survey, Historic Engineering Record, Historic Landscapes Survey

12. Historic American Buildings Survey, Nelson E. Baldwin, Photographer Dec. 1936, (H) INTERIOR, LOOKING NORTH WEST FROM BALCONY. - Dutch Reformed Church, State Route 10, Stone Arabia, Montgomery County, NY

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News & Notes Paula Eisenstein Baker and Robert S. Nelson  

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News & Notes Paula Eisenstein Baker and Robert S. Nelson will discuss their new book, Leo Zeitlin, they create their own party instead. The triumphant return of one of our most successful comedies includes

Azevedo, Ricardo

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How Arbitrage-free is the Nelson-Siegel Model?  

Microsoft Academic Search

We test whether the Nelson and Siegel (1987) yield curve model is arbitrage-free in a statistical sense. Theoretically, the Nelson-Siegel model does not ensure the absence of arbitrage opportunities, as shown by Bjork and Christensen (1999). Still, central banks and public wealth managers rely heavily on it. Using a non-parametric resampling technique and zero-coupon yield curve data from the US

Laura Coroneo; Ken Nyholmyand; Rositsa Vidova-Kolevaz

2008-01-01

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How arbitrage-free is the Nelson–Siegel model?  

Microsoft Academic Search

We test whether the Nelson and Siegel (1987) yield curve model is arbitrage-free. Theoretically, the Nelson–Siegel model does not ensure the absence of arbitrage opportunities, as shown by Bjork and Christensen (1999) and Filipovic (1999). Still, central banks and wealth managers rely heavily on it. Using zero-coupon yield curve data from the US market, we find that the no-arbitrage parameters

Laura Coroneo; Ken Nyholm; Rositsa Vidova-Koleva

2011-01-01

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Charles Price Curriculum Vitae Charles Anthony Price  

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;Charles Price ­ Curriculum Vitae Price, C.A., B.J. Enquist and V.M. Savage. A general model for allometricCharles Price ­ Curriculum Vitae Charles Anthony Price School of Biology Georgia Institute of Technology Atlanta, GA. 30332 Phone: (404) 385-5474 Fax: 404-894-0519 Email: charles

Weitz, Joshua S.

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Lewis Incubator for Technology (LIFT)  

NASA Technical Reports Server (NTRS)

This report summarizes the work done to operate the Lewis Incubator for Technology for the period October 2000 through September 2004. The Lewis Incubator helped the startup and growth of technology based businesses with the potential to incorporate technology from the NASA Glenn Research Center.

Zeman, Wayne P.; King, Joseph B.; Jankura, Richard E., Jr.

2004-01-01

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Lewis Carroll Scrapbook  

NSDL National Science Digital Library

While there have been many notable mathematicians that have made Oxford University (England) home for their academic careers, one of them is better known for his fiction writing than for his problem solving. The Reverend Charles Lutwidge Dodgson, also known as Lewis Carroll, was the author one of the best known children's story, _Alice's Adventures in Wonderland_. Also to his credit is _Through the Looking Glass_. At this site maintained by the Library of Congress visitors will find the contents of a scrapbook kept by Carroll during the middle years of his life from 1855 to 1871. Of the 200 pages, 63 contain clippings and writing and all of these are available to view at the site. Users can browse or search for specific items by title or subject.

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U.S. Rep. Bill Nelson of Florida during medical tests at JSC's Clinic  

NASA Technical Reports Server (NTRS)

U.S. Rep. Bill Nelson of Florida during medical tests at JSC's Clinic. Photos include Rep. Nelson talking to Sharon Briceno (center) and Betty Lord before the tests begin. The congressman's torso bears a number of sensors for the testing (40835); Portrait view of Rep. Nelson with sensors attached to his chest (40836); Rep. Nelson gets some assistance from nurses at the clinic as he prepares to participate in medical tests. Help is provided by Betty Lord, right, and Sharon Briceno (40837); Rep. Nelson is being assisted to don 'halo' device for tests (40838); Rep. Nelson runs in place on a treadmill device (40839).

1985-01-01

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Mercury in breeding and wintering Nelson's Sparrows (Ammodramus nelsoni).  

PubMed

The objective of this study was to increase our understanding of Hg exposure in birds with obligate ties to coastal salt marsh and inland wetland systems. Many species filling such niches are of conservation concern because of reduced size and quality of vital habitats. We used Nelson's Sparrow (Ammodramus nelsoni) as an indicator of regional mercury (Hg) availability in its breeding and wintering salt marsh and wetland habitats. Blood, breast feathers and the first primary feather were sampled from Nelson's Sparrows wintering in North Carolina coastal salt marshes and breeding in wetland systems in North Dakota (A. n. nelsoni) and Ontario, Canada (A. n. alterus). Wintering Nelson's Sparrow breast feathers contained 3.0 times as much Hg as birds breeding in North Dakota and 2.4 times as much Hg as those breeding in Ontario. Breeding Nelson's Sparrows in North Dakota exhibited blood Hg levels 4.9 times as high as those from birds breeding along James Bay and 7.6 times as high as those wintering in North Carolina. These results provide significant insight on the timing of molt in this species as well as how Hg exposure varies regionally and seasonally for these birds. Further, our results provide a better understanding of how and where Hg exposure may be a threat to Nelson's Sparrows and other birds with obligate ties to aquatic systems. PMID:21082242

Winder, V L; Emslie, S D

2011-01-01

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Lewis Hine Collection  

NSDL National Science Digital Library

Born in Oshkosh, Wisconsin in 1874, Lewis Hine studied at the University of Chicago and went on to teach at the Ethical Culture School in New York City. While in New York Hine took up photography and documented school activities and immigrants arriving at Ellis Island. He also became interested in taking photographs that would document child labor, and his photographs were published in the social welfare magazine "Charities and the Commons". As part of this work, he travelled from Texas to Maine to take photos of children working on the street, mills, and farms. These documents were instrumental in providing reform groups with the visual evidence of the negative impact that work had on children. The University of Maryland, Baltimore County has digitized 4,735 of these photographs and placed them here for the general public. Visitors can browse around the images by state, or they can also perform their own detailed search. It is a moving and compelling collection, and one that warrants several return visits.

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The Effective Vita--Veracity, Integrity, Truthfulness, Accuracy.  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

A vita should present the highlights of one's professional career in the most positive manner possible. However, one should not overlook honesty and accuracy in the preparation of a vita. An outline of information which should be included in an academician's vita is included in this article. (Author/IAH)

Stull, G. Alan

1990-01-01

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A Day in the Life at DaVita Academy  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

When a company name means "giving life," the bar for learning and development programs is held high. In this article, the author describes what it takes to graduate from DaVita Academy, the soft skills training program dialysis services company DaVita offers all its employees. DaVita's chief executive officer, Kent Thiry, states that the Academy…

Weinstein, Margery

2010-01-01

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STS-26 Mission Specialist Nelson in LES prior to JSC WETF emergency exercises  

NASA Technical Reports Server (NTRS)

STS-26 Discovery, Orbiter Vehicle (OV) 103, Mission Specialist (MS) George D. Nelson, wearing newly designed (navy blue) launch and entry suit (LES), gets some moral support from Aimee Tess Nelson, his sixteen-year-old lifeguard daughter. Nelson was about to participate in a simulation of escape and rescue operations utilizing the crew escape system (CES) pole mode of egress from the Space Shuttle. Nelson is equipped with the LES partial pressure suit and parachute gear.

1988-01-01

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Scientific Curriculum Vitae Academician ATANAS IVANOV ATANASSOV  

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of scientific research activities in the field of plant biotechnologies. MAIN DIRECTIONS OF THE SCIENTIFICScientific Curriculum Vitae Academician ATANAS IVANOV ATANASSOV NAME ATANAS ATANASSOV, Academician- Plant Physiology Institute, Byology Research Center, Szeged, Hungary, Prof. Denesh Dudits ­ 7 months

Mustakerov, Ivan

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CURRICULUM VITAE Uma Ramamurthy Department of Pediatrics  

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CURRICULUM VITAE Uma Ramamurthy Department of Pediatrics Dan L. Duncan Institute for Clinical. Professor & Director of Research Informatics, Department of Pediatrics & Dan L. Duncan Institute's Research Hospital, Memphis, Tennessee. [June 2004 to July 2011] Director of Computing, Pediatric Brain

Ramamurthy, Uma

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CURRICULUM VITAE Name Emmanuelle Cohen-Shacham  

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CURRICULUM VITAE Name Emmanuelle Cohen-Shacham Address Department of Zoology. Tel-Aviv University for Environmental Learning and Leadership. 2007- Ph.D. Department of Zoology, Tel-Aviv University. Title

Dayan, Tamar

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March, 2005 Thomas P. Poe -Curriculum vitae  

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1 March, 2005 Thomas P. Poe - Curriculum vitae A. Personal Data 1. Educational background College, National Fisheries Research Center - Seattle, Columbia River Field Station, Cook, Washington. -- 1990, Columbia River Research Laboratory, Cook, Washington . -- 1999-02, Senior Fisheries Scientist, Bio

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John Nelson Darby: Scholarship that Influenced the Bible College Movement  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

The study reported in this article focused on the scholastic life of John Nelson Darby and his contributions to the Bible college movement. Darby continues to exert a great influence on Christianity, particularly conservative evangelical Christianity. This research provides a discussion of the forces that conspired to shape the direction of…

Sutherland, Winston Terrance

2010-01-01

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Universal Darwinism in Nelson and Winter's Evolutionary Theory  

Microsoft Academic Search

Universal Darwinism holds that the three key Darwinian principles of variation, inheritance and selection can be observed at levels beyond that of the primary level of biological evolution. Nelson and Winter's unique achievement in their seminal work, An Evolutionary Theory of Economic Change (1982), was to apply and pursue these core principles thereby extending Darwinism to economics and effectively satisfying

Denise Dollimore

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John Nelson Darby: Scholarship that Influenced the Bible College Movement  

Microsoft Academic Search

The study reported in this article focused on the scholastic life of John Nelson Darby and his contributions to the Bible college movement. Darby continues to exert a great influence on Christianity, particularly conservative evangelical Christianity. This research provides a discussion of the forces that conspired to shape the direction of Darby's life. It also discusses the influence his ideas

Winston Terrance Sutherland

2010-01-01

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John Nelson Darby: His Contributions to Evangelical Christian Higher Education  

Microsoft Academic Search

The study reported in this article focused on the contributions of John Nelson Derby to biblical hermeneutics and contemporary eschatological thought. Darby continues to exert a great influence on Christianity, particularly conservative evangelical Christianity. This research provides a discussion of Darby's contributions to contemporary eschatological thought at selected American Christian colleges and theological seminaries.

Winston Terrance Sutherland

2010-01-01

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Kepler A Communal Digital Library , M. Nelson1  

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Kepler ­ A Communal Digital Library K. Maly1 , M. Nelson1 , M. Zubair1 , A. Amrou1 , S. Kothamasa1 Alamos NM 87544 USA rick.luce@lanl.gov Abstract. Kepler is an attempt to bridge the gap between. We describe an architecture and implementation of the Kepler system that allows an archivelet

Nelson, Michael L.

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Smart Energy Paths: How Willie Nelson Saved the Planet  

Microsoft Academic Search

In examining the need to move away from traditional energy policy and toward Smart Energy, the article draws a connection between physicist Amory Lovins and singer Willie Nelson. Both believe that our country's century-old traditional energy policy no longer meets our needs. Rather, they feel that such an antiquated policy ignores the challenges that the country and the world face

Joseph P. Tomain

2006-01-01

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Uniqueness of Nelson's Diffusions II: Infinite Dimensional Setting and Applications  

Microsoft Academic Search

Under mild condition on the modulus ? = ? ?? of the time independent wave function ?, we prove that the generalized Schrödinger operator ??= ? + 2 ? (?, ·)\\/? (or the generator of Nelson's diffusion) defined on a good space of test-functions \\u000a

Liming Wu

2000-01-01

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University of Wisconsin-Madison Nelson Institute for Environmental Studies  

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to appropriate campus admitting or employing units or to the Equity and Diversity Resource Center 179A Bascom and graduate students in the analysis of a contemporary water resources problem. The conclusions 550 North Park Street Madison, WI 53706 608/265/2563 www.nelson.wisc.edu This publication is available

Sheridan, Jennifer

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Corner Office Interview: SirsiDynix's Rautenstrauch and Nelson  

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This article presents an interview with SirsiDynix CEO Gary M. Rautenstrauch and newly appointed VP of library relations Berit Nelson about some of the issues that have been roiling the ILS world and the company itself, among them the recent consolidation of SirsiDynix's offices, customer service, the state of library budgets, the rise of ebooks…

Rapp, David; Fialkoff, Francine

2010-01-01

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Flow Loop Experiments Using Polyalphaolefin Nanofluids Ian C. Nelson  

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Flow Loop Experiments Using Polyalphaolefin Nanofluids Ian C. Nelson and Debjyoti Banerjee Texas A a flow-loop apparatus to explore the performance of nanofluids in cooling applications. The experiments/heater), and a reservoir. Experiments were conducted using nanofluid and polyalphaolefin for two different fin strip

Banerjee, Debjyoti

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A Message from Nelson Mandela to the Youth of America.  

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Presents a message to young people from Nelson Mandela, president of South Africa. Calls for a bridge between the youth of Africa and the United States. Asserts that racial divisions in the United States are major social issues that must be solved. (CFR)

Mandela, Nelson

1995-01-01

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4. Historic American Buildings Survey, Nelson E. Baldwin, Photographer, Jan. ...  

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4. Historic American Buildings Survey, Nelson E. Baldwin, Photographer, Jan. 16, 1937, View - Second to Third Floor Stairs Old Homeopathic Hospital, 123 North Pearl St., Albany, N.Y. - Old Homeopathic Hospital (Interiors), 123 North Pearl Street, Albany, Albany County, NY

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2. Historic American Buildings Survey, Nelson E. Baldwin, Photographer, Jan. ...  

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2. Historic American Buildings Survey, Nelson E. Baldwin, Photographer, Jan. 16, 1937, View - Interior Door Opening into Apartment on First Floor, 123 North Pearl St., Albany, N.Y. - Old Homeopathic Hospital (Interiors), 123 North Pearl Street, Albany, Albany County, NY

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1. Historic American Buildings Survey, Nelson E. Baldwin, Photographer, Jan. ...  

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1. Historic American Buildings Survey, Nelson E. Baldwin, Photographer, Jan. 16, 1937, View - Stairway from First to Second Floor Old Homeopathic Hospital (Office of the HABS), Albany, N.Y. - Old Homeopathic Hospital (Interiors), 123 North Pearl Street, Albany, Albany County, NY

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3. Historic American Buildings Survey, Nelson E. Baldwin, Photographer, Jan. ...  

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3. Historic American Buildings Survey, Nelson E. Baldwin, Photographer, Jan. 16, 1937, View - Double Doors and Columns in Apartment on First Floor, 123 North Pearl St., Albany, N.Y. - Old Homeopathic Hospital (Interiors), 123 North Pearl Street, Albany, Albany County, NY

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Value for Money Policy Originator name: Ed Nelson & James Newby  

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Value for Money Policy Originator name: Ed Nelson & James Newby Department: Business Support Policy and the incorporation of a value for money approach to all its activities. The pursuit of economy, efficiency every penny must be earned, it has a responsibility to achieve value for money from all its activities

Doran, Simon J.

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APPLICATION OF NELSON'S SORPTION ISOTHERM TO WOOD COMPOSITES AND OVERLAYS'  

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. It was found that Nelson's model can be used to describe the experimental data from different composite and cotton. He found that it can reproduce the experimental data accurately. There is little specific (Suchsland 1972; Wu and Wood XI(?). 1999. pp. 187-191 !

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Lichens of Nelson Lakes National Park, New Zealand  

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An annotated list of 260 lichen taxa from 82 genera giving habitat information is recorded from several localities in Nelson Lakes National Park, New Zealand. All records are supported by herbarium specimens, with the following taxa being new to the New Zealand flora; Arthrorhaphis citrinella, Calicium viride, Clzaenotlzeca clzrysoceplzala, Everniastrum sorocheilum Hypotrachyna rockii, H. thysanota, Lecidea scalaris, Menegazzia enteroxantha, Pseudocyphellaria

M. J. A. Simpson

1978-01-01

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Recombinable Game Mechanics for Automated Design Support Mark J. Nelson  

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Recombinable Game Mechanics for Automated Design Support Mark J. Nelson College of Computing University of California, Santa Cruz michaelm@soe.ucsc.edu Abstract Systems that provide automated game-design support-- whether fully automated game generators, or tools to assist human designers--must be able

California at Santa Cruz, University of

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Fusing Marginal Reducts for HRR Target Identification Dale E. Nelson  

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Fusing Marginal Reducts for HRR Target Identification Dale E. Nelson Sensors Directorate, Air Force This paper uses High Range Resolution (HRR) radar signals for target classification. A HRR signal is an n- dimensional vector ),,,( 21 nyyys K= , and 255},1,{0, Kiy . The HRR radar provides a 1-D picture of what

Starzyk, Janusz A.

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“Trafalgar Refought:” The Professional and Cultural Memory of Horatio Nelson During Britain’s Navalist Era, 1880-1914  

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literature review provides a thorough explanation of how Nelson?s legacy has been perceived by past historians and how this legacy will be examined throughout the thesis. The manner in which Nelson was viewed by both his naval contemporaries...?s most powerful navy went to war in 1914 with the confident belief that it would be refighting a battle from 1805. The second chapter, ?Nelson?s Glories, 1797-1805,? provides a brief overview of Horatio Nelson?s naval career up to and including his...

Cesario, Bradley

2012-02-14

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Helicobacter pylori Lewis expression is related to the host Lewis phenotype  

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BACKGROUND & AIMS: Lewis antigens occur in human gastric epithelium and in Helicobacter pylori lipopolysaccharide; their expression is polymorphic in both. Autoimmune mechanisms induced by bacterial Lewis expression have been proposed to cause gastritis. The aim of this study was to examine the relationship between bacterial and host gastric Lewis expression, as determined by the erythrocyte Lewis(a\\/b) phenotype, and between

HP Wirth; M Yang; RM Peek; KT Tham; MJ Blaser

1997-01-01

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inWonderland,Lewis Descriptions  

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16­Apr­05 1 Sir John Tenniel; Alice's Adventures inWonderland,Lewis Carroll NTP Procedure are groomed from the available peers. R #12; 16­Apr­05 6 Sir John Tenniel; Alice's Adventures inWonderland

Mills, David L.

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Symptoms of Lewy Body Dementia  

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Lewy body dementia symptoms and diagnostic criteria Every person with LBD is different and will manifest different degrees of the following symptoms. ... diagnosis requires: Dementia plus one core feature, or Dementia plus one or more ... features. Symptoms Explained In this section we'll discuss each ...

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Lewis & Clark: An Interdisciplinary Expedition  

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On January 18, 1803 President Thomas Jefferson asked Congress to fund an expedition to the source of the Missouri River. This expedition would become known as the Corps of Discovery, which would spend twenty-eight months exploring, studying, and documenting the wonders of the western frontier. Led by Captains Meriwether Lewis and William Clark,…

Brugar, Kristy

2004-01-01

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Lewis and Clark as Naturalists.  

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Intended for use in elementary and high school education, this Web site includes a teacher's guide and three lesson plans. The site contains images of museum specimens, scientific drawings, and field photos of the plant and animal species observed by Meriwether Lewis and William Clark, along with journal excerpts, historical notes, and references…

Smithsonian Institution, Washington, DC. National Museum of Natural History.

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Mercury in Nelson's Sparrow Subspecies at Breeding Sites  

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Background Mercury is a persistent, biomagnifying contaminant that can cause negative effects on ecosystems. Marshes are often areas of relatively high mercury methylation and bioaccumulation. Nelson's Sparrows (Ammodramus nelsoni) use marsh habitats year-round and have been documented to exhibit tissue mercury concentrations that exceed negative effects thresholds. We sought to further characterize the potential risk of Nelson's Sparrows to mercury exposure by sampling individuals from sites within the range of each of its subspecies. Methodology/Principal Findings From 2009 to 2011, we captured adult Nelson's Sparrows at sites within the breeding range of each subspecies (A. n. nelsoni: Grand Forks and Upham, North Dakota; A. n. alterus: Moosonee, Ontario; and A. n. subvirgatus: Grand Manan Island, New Brunswick) and sampled breast feathers, the first primary feather (P1), and blood for total mercury analysis. Mean blood mercury in nelsoni individuals captured near Grand Forks ranged from 0.84±0.37 to 1.65±1.02 SD ppm among years, between 2.0 and 4.9 times as high as concentrations at the other sites (P<0.01). Breast feather mercury did not vary among sites within a given sampling year (site means ranged from 0.98±0.69 to 2.71±2.93 ppm). Mean P1 mercury in alterus (2.96±1.84 ppm fw) was significantly lower than in any other sampled population (5.25±2.24–6.77±3.51 ppm; P?0.03). Conclusions/Significance Our study further characterized mercury in Nelson's Sparrows near Grand Forks; we documented localized and potentially harmful mercury concentrations, indicating that this area may represent a biological mercury hotspot. This finding warrants further research to determine if wildlife populations of conservation or recreational interest in this area may be experiencing negative effects due to mercury exposure. We present preliminary conclusions about the risk of each sampled population to mercury exposure. PMID:22384194

Winder, Virginia L.; Emslie, Steven D.

2012-01-01

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Jacques Derrida meets Nelson Mandela: archival ethics at the endgame  

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Verne Harris offers a reflection on legacy and the archive through three intersecting enquiries, on: the South African tradition\\u000a of ‘archives for justice’, deconstruction’s insistence that the work of archives is justice; and the legacies of Nelson Mandela\\u000a and Jacques Derrida. He makes a case for an open-ended making and re-making of legacy and for a more radically transformative\\u000a agenda

Verne Harris

2011-01-01

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Supporting Information -S1-Q. Sun, H. Nelson, T. Ly, B. M. Stoltz, R. R. Julian  

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Supporting Information -S1- Q. Sun, H. Nelson, T. Ly, B. M. Stoltz, R. R. Julian Supporting Data.............................................S7 #12;Supporting Information -S2- Q. Sun, H. Nelson, T. Ly, B. M. Stoltz, R. R. Julian Figure S1 Information -S3- Q. Sun, H. Nelson, T. Ly, B. M. Stoltz, R. R. Julian Figure S2 Figure S2a: CID of [RPPGFSPFR

Stoltz, Brian M.

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STS-26 MS Nelson during Crew escape system (CES) testing in JSC WETF Bldg 29  

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STS-26 Discovery, Orbiter Vehicle (OV) 103, Mission Specialist (MS) George D. Nelson participates in crew escape system (CES) testing in JSC Weightless Environment Training Facility (WETF) Bldg 29. Nelson, wearing the newly designed (navy blue) launch and entry suit (LES), is suspended over the WETF pool by parachute gear. SCUBA-equipped divers, already in the pool, watch as Nelson is raised above the pool. Technician monitors the test activities from the pool side. During the exercise, a new CES pole for emergency exit from the Space Shuttle was tested. Nelson's parachute gear is like that each STS-26 crewmember and subsequent crews will carry onboard during launch.

1988-01-01

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Rep. Bill Nelson during space food and consumables orientation and suit fitting  

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Rita Rapp, a flight coordinator, briefs U.S. Rep. Bill Nelson (D.-Florida) on space food during an orientation session in the life sciences laboratory at JSC (27753); Rep. Nelson tries on a glove during a suit fitting session (27754); Rep. Nelson samples a package of re-hydratable fruit in the life sciences laboratory during early STS 61-C training (27755); Rep. Nelson listens to Laura Louviere brief him on hygiene articles soon after reporting to Houston for STS 61-C training. On the table in front of him is a tube marked Palmalive, a tube marked Gillette and various other articles (27756).

1987-01-01

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Dr. Gerard T. van Belle Curriculum Vitae  

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Dr. Gerard T. van Belle Curriculum Vitae Experience: Lowell Observatory, Flagstaff, Arizona. Astronomer (2011-present). European Southern Observatory, Garching bei München, Germany. Instrument Scientist Photometry Team, 2006-2008 Keck Interferometer Design & Commissioning Team, 1996-2002 Palomar Testbed

van Belle, Gerard

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Horst vitae May, 1999 1 Steven Horst  

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/Psychology/Cognitive Science, Moral Psychology, Philosophy of Language, Metaphysics, Modern Philosophy Fellowships and Awards on Mental Representation, University of Arizona, Tucson, AZ. #12;Horst vitae May, 1999 2 Publications BOOKS. "Symbols and Computation." Minds and Machines, Volume 9, No. 3, pages 347- 381. 1999. "Evolutionary

Royer, Dana

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CURRICULUM VITAE JONATHAN M. G. PERRY  

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late Eocene primates. Journal of Human Evolution 46: 3-25. Theses: Perry JMG (2008) The Anatomy1 CURRICULUM VITAE JONATHAN M. G. PERRY Assistant Professor, Department of Anatomy, Midwestern, 1994 ­ 1996. PROFESSIONAL APPOINTMENTS Assistant Professor, Department of Anatomy, Midwestern

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Wood Curriculum vitae 1 ERIC MATTHEW WOOD  

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Wood ­ Curriculum vitae 1 ERIC MATTHEW WOOD Spatial Analysis for Conservation and Department/17/2014 Postdoctoral Research Associate, University of Wisconsin-Madison PUBLICATIONS Wood, E. M., A. M. Pidgeon, V. C community structure in U.S protected areas. Ecological Applications in press Wood, E. M., and A. M. Pidgeon

Mladenoff, David

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FULL CURRICULUM VITAE I. Donna M. Castaeda  

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, Imperial Valley Campus, Calexico, CA 1991-93 Postdoctoral Scholar. NIMH Funded Health Psychology Program Relationships Psy 495 Companionship Therapy Psy 496 Psychology of Women's Health Psy 497 Senior Project Psy 499FULL CURRICULUM VITAE I. Donna M. Castañeda Address Telephone Email Address Psychology Department

Gallo, Linda C.

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CURRICULUM VITAE -Joseph Doetsch BIOGRAPHICAL SUMMARY  

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1 CURRICULUM VITAE - Joseph Doetsch BIOGRAPHICAL SUMMARY Joseph Doetsch joined the LBNL team injection in deep wells. Joseph received his PhD from ETH Zurich, Switzerland for work on joint, A.G., Doetsch, J., Dorn, C., Kaiser, A.E., Campbell, F.M., Horstmeyer, H., and Finnemore, M., 2011

Ajo-Franklin, Jonathan

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CURRICULUM VITAE NAME: Tennant, Susan L.  

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1 CURRICULUM VITAE NAME: Tennant, Susan L. EDUCATION: UNDERGRADUATE: 1973 Bachelor of Fine Arts, S Artist 1985-Present Co-Owner, Tennant Design 1987-1996 Artistic Director, Art-Education-Technology Workshops, Funded by the National Endowment to the Arts rural arts program; Indiana Arts Commission

Zhou, Yaoqi

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CURRICULUM VITAE Naveen Chikthimmah, Ph.D.  

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/550 Food Processing, (3 cr.); SP 12, SP 13 UW STOUT BIO 406/606 Food Microbiology (lab course) (3 cr.); SP of Practice in Student Engagement, Summer-Fall 2013 · More Effective Assessment by Design: What, at WhatCURRICULUM VITAE Naveen Chikthimmah, Ph.D. University of Wisconsin-Stout Department of Food

Wu, Mingshen

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Curriculum Vitae: Ira Klein Personal Information  

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Curriculum Vitae: Ira Klein Personal Information: Ira Klein 4523 Fessenden Street, N.W. Washington Columbia University; Ph.D. dissertation: "The Diplomacy of British Imperialism in Asia, 1880., The Burden of Empire, Oxford U.P., Sydney, 1991, 5 pp. (abridgement). 3) "Medicine and Culture in British

Carlini, David

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Curriculum Vitae JProf Dr. Pia Knoeferle  

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Curriculum Vitae JProf Dr. Pia Knoeferle CITEC, Inspiration 1 D-33615 Bielefeld Germany tel : +49, Co-PI: Dr. Skopeteas) 04/2013 - 06/2014 1 Postdoc (Project C2) in the SFB 673 on "Alignment" (Werner Schneider and Wolfgang Einh¨auser-Treyer) 2012-2015 1 PhD position in the Multi-partner Marie

Moeller, Ralf

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Curriculum vitae -Heinz Koeppl General Information  

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Curriculum vitae - Heinz Koeppl General Information Name Heinz K¨oppl Date of birth March 20, 1975 Place of birth Friesach, Austria Marital status Married to Katrin, daughters Jasmin (2005) and Iris assistant at the Christian Doppler Laboratory for Nonlinear Signal Pro- cessing, Graz University

Lygeros, John

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R. Tennant, March 2014 1 Curriculum Vitae  

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R. Tennant, March 2014 1 Curriculum Vitae Raymond Frederick Tennant Email: raymond.tennant@psuad.ac.ae raymond.tennant@gmail.com Homepage: http://home.earthlink.net/~mayathelma/ Mobile: +971) Canisius College, Buffalo, New York, USA 1989 ­ 1993 Assistant Professor of Mathematics Williams College

Tennant, Raymond F.

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Brief curriculum vitae Dan Martin Watson  

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Brief curriculum vitae Dan Martin Watson Department of Physics and Astronomy University disks and their origins: an infrared spectroscopic survey of Orion A, K.H. Kim*, Dan M. Watson, P. Manoj*, W.J. Forrest, Joan Najita, Elise Furlan, Ben Sargent, Catherine Espaillat, James Muzerolle, Tom

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Brief curriculum vitae Dan Martin Watson  

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Brief curriculum vitae Dan Martin Watson Department of Physics and Astronomy University spectroscopic survey of Orion A, K.H. Kim*, Dan M. Watson, P. Manoj*, W.J. Forrest, Joan Najita, Elise Furlan, Benjamin Sargent, Catherine Espaillat, James Muzerolle, S.T. Megeath, Nuria Calvet, Joel D. Green and Laura

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SCOTT A. HOOVER VITA, January 2013  

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. Kester and Elton G. McGoun). "Do Loan Sales Increase Bank Risk?," American Society of Business1 SCOTT A. HOOVER VITA, January 2013 Department of Business Administration Phone (school): (540 1987 B.S. Mechanical Engineering University of Illinois 1994 M.S. Business Indiana University 1999 Ph

Marsh, David

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Curriculum Vitae ANNE ZISSU, PH.D.  

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) The Effect of Probabilistic vs. Deterministic Valuation of Securitized Senior Life Settlements on the LevelCurriculum Vitae ANNE ZISSU, PH.D. CHAIRPERSON New York City College of Technology Department AND UNIVERSITY CENTER OF THE CITY UNIVERSITY OF NEW YORK Ph.D. in Economics (Concentration in Finance

Aronov, Boris

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October 2012 Robert N. Pollin --Curriculum Vitae  

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October 2012 Robert N. Pollin -- Curriculum Vitae Date of birth: September 29, 1950 Home address-2921 E-Mail Address: Pollin@econs.umass.edu Education: B.A., 1972 (History), University of Wisconsin-Director, Political Economy Research Institute, University of Massachusetts- Amherst. 2011 - President of PEAR (Pollin

Massachusetts at Amherst, University of

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1. CURRICULUM VITAE NAME: Elena CONTI  

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1 1. CURRICULUM VITAE NAME: Elena CONTI CITIZENSHIP: Italian MARITAL STATUS: Married, two children 107 8008 Zurich, SWITZERLAND Fax: 0041-44-634 84 03/Ph: 634 8406/email: ContiElena@systbot.uzh.ch http://www.systbot.uzh.ch/Personen/ProfessorenundDozenten/ElenaConti.html EMPLOYMENT 2000-current Associate

Zürich, Universität

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PETER GRAJZL Curriculum Vitae, April 28, 2014  

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PETER GRAJZL Curriculum Vitae, April 28, 2014 Contact Information: Department of Economics Williams School of Commerce, Economics, and Politics Washington and Lee University 204 West Washington Street://home.wlu.edu/~grajzlp EDUCATION Ph.D. Economics, University of Maryland at College Park, 2005 Dissertation: Essays in Comparative

Marsh, David

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Katharine L. Shester Curriculum vitae, January 2014  

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1 Katharine L. Shester Curriculum vitae, January 2014 Williams School of Commerce, Economics- Assistant Professor, Department of Economics, Washington and Lee University RESEARCH AND TEACHING FIELDS, 2010-2011 Vanderbilt University, Department of Economics, Rendigs Fels Award for Excellence in Teaching

Marsh, David

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RYAN O'DONNELL Curriculum vitae  

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Council Marie Curie Incoming International Fellow, 2014 NSF Grant in Algorithmic Foundations, 2013 ­ 2016 for ,Proof Complexity and Optimization NSF Grant in Algorithmic Foundations, 2011 ­ 2014 for ,AnalysisRYAN O'DONNELL Curriculum vitae March, 2014 CURRENT POSITION: Associate Professor with Tenure (as

O'Donnell, Ryan

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Milo M. K. Martin Curriculum Vitae  

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Milo M. K. Martin Curriculum Vitae March 9, 2014 Computer and Information Sciences Department E, Inc. Visiting Scientist (while on sabbatical 2013-2014) 9/2013 - present · University of Pennsylvania Award at HPCA 2012 and ASPLOS 2013 for work on Computational Sprinting · NSF's Faculty Early Career

Martin, Milo M. K.

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David Landy Curriculum Vitae Assistant Professor  

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-1999, Cum Laude Minors: Cognitive Science, English Literature Grant Support "Teaching the visual structureDavid Landy Curriculum Vitae Assistant Professor M03B Richmond Hall University of Richmond Richmond of Richmond, Psychology Department Assistant Professor, 2009-Present Cognitive Science Program Coordinator

Landy, David

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CURRICULUM VITAE Dr. H. Erdem ipa  

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. Teaching Experience 2011-present: Assistant Professor, Departments of History and Near Eastern StudiesCURRICULUM VITAE Dr. H. Erdem �ipa Assistant Professor of Ottoman History Departments of History of Peasant Rebels: A Comparison of the English, German and Ottoman Cases." M.A. in History, Boaziçi

Edwards, Paul N.

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Curriculum Vitae Tito Homem-de-Mello  

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Curriculum Vitae Tito Homem-de-Mello School of Business Universidad Adolfo Iba~nez Santiago, Chile.S. in Applied Mathematics, University of S~ao Paulo, Brazil (1992) Thesis topic: "A Contribution to the Study), University of S~ao Paulo, Brazil (1987) Research interests The core of my research focuses on methodology

Homem-de-Mello,Tito

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Curriculum Vitae: Raghu Pucha RAGHU PUCHA  

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Date: June 18, 1966 Martial Status: Married, two children email: raghuram.pucha@me.gatech.edu Phone Vitae : Raghu Pucha 2 � Evaluation of advanced composite materials for electronic packaging applications o Journal of Materials Science: Materials in Electronics, Vol. 15(5), 2004, pp. 287-296 o IEEE

Das, Suman

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Page 1 of 3 CURRICULUM VITAE  

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. Weishampel "On the Coastal Dynamics of Sea Level Rise: A Case Study in the Northern Gulf of Mexico," AGU 2012Page 1 of 3 CURRICULUM VITAE Aaron C. Thomas University of Central Florida Phone: (407) 823 ­ Present College of Engineering and Computer Science University of Central Florida, Orlando, Florida

Central Florida, University of

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Nan Sun Curriculum Vitae November 2010  

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Nan Sun Curriculum Vitae November 2010 Contact Information Maxwell Dworkin Bldg. Rm 317 Voice: 617 Nan Sun, Tae-Jong Yoon, Hakho Lee, William Andress, Ralph Weissleder, and Donhee Ham, "Palm NMR and one-chip NMR," accepted to 2011 January Special Issue of IEEE Journal of Solid-State Circuits. Nan Sun

Sun, Nan

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CURRICULUM VITAE Department of Mechanical Engineering  

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1 CURRICULUM VITAE Dahsin Liu Department of Mechanical Engineering Michigan State University, East.D. Engineering Mechanics Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University 1984 M.S. Engineering Mechanics University 1976 PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE 7/01-present Professor, Dept. of Mechanical Engineering Michigan

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Failure Analysis of Main Flame Deflector Nelson Studs  

NASA Technical Reports Server (NTRS)

NASA Structures engineers submitted two Nelson refractory studs from the main flame deflector at Launch Complex (LC) 39 A for analysis when they were observed to be missing a significant amount of material after launch. The damaged stud and an unused comparative stud were analyzed by macroscopic and microscopic examination along with metallographic evaluation of the microstructure. The stud lost material due to a combination of erosion and corrosion. Plain carbon steel readily forms an oxide layer in the coastal launch environment at Kennedy Space Center. The blast during a launch removes this brittle oxide layer, which then forms again post-launch, thereby further removing material. No indications of melting were observed.

Long, Victoria

2009-01-01

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Keeping Our Wild Places Wild Gaylord Nelson Retrospective Lecture Series  

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of the Columbia River near the Pacific Ocean. While Clark was on reconnaissance, Lewis and the rest of the Corps. The Corps of Discovery were the first to traverse the North American Continent, the first to connect the Atlantic and Pacific Oceans, the first to catalog many physical, geological, and biological wonders

Sheridan, Jennifer

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3 CFR 9067 - Proclamation 9067 of December 5, 2013. Death of Nelson Mandela  

...will forever honor Nelson Mandela's memory. He left behind a South Africa that is...partner of the United States. And his memory will be kept in the hearts of billions...justice. As a mark of respect for the memory of Nelson Mandela, by the...

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Bibliography [1] A. L. Lehninger, D. L. Nelson, and M. M. Cox, ed-  

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Berg Random Walks in Biology, Princeton University Press, 1993. [11] Richard A.L. Jones, "Soft Cell Biology , W.H. Freeman and Co, ISBN: 071676152, 5th Edition 2004 [3] Philip Nelson, Biological Physics: Energy, Infor- mation, Life, Publisher: W H Freeman and Co, 2003 [4] P. Nelson, Biological

Heermann, Dieter W.

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“Buses Are a Comin’. Oh Yeah!”: Stanley Nelson on Freedom Riders  

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: This conversation with the prominent filmmaker Stanley Nelson engages with Freedom Riders, his most recent feature-length documentary, which aired on the American Experience (PBS) during the fiftieth anniversary of the Freedom Rides—a nonviolent protest movement that in 1961 challenged Jim Crow laws and practice in the Deep South. In it, Nelson elaborates on the Freedom Riders’ tribulations and triumph,

Michael T. Martin

2011-01-01

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“Buses Are a Comin’. Oh Yeah!”: Stanley Nelson on Freedom Riders  

Microsoft Academic Search

This conversation with the prominent filmmaker Stanley Nelson engages with Freedom Riders, his most recent feature-length documentary, which aired on the American Experience (PBS) during the fiftieth anniversary of the Freedom Rides—a nonviolent protest movement that in 1961 challenged Jim Crow laws and practice in the Deep South. In it, Nelson elaborates on the Freedom Riders’ tribulations and triumph, the

Michael T. Martin

2011-01-01

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Aldo Leopold, Environmental Ethics, and The Land Ethic Author(s): Michael P. Nelson  

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Aldo Leopold, Environmental Ethics, and The Land Ethic Author(s): Michael P. Nelson Source, you may not download an entire issue of a journal or multiple copies of articles, and you may use Bulletin. http://www.jstor.org #12;LEOPOLD AND ENVIRONMENTAL ETHICS Michael P Nelson ENVIRONMENTAL ETHICS

Nelson, Michael P.

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CURRICULUM VITAE BART KREKELBERG Center for Molecular and Behavioral Neuroscience  

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1 CURRICULUM VITAE ­ BART KREKELBERG Center for Molecular and Behavioral Neuroscience Rutgers, the State University of New Jersey 197 University Avenue, Newark, NJ 07102 Email: bart,500,000.-) 2013-2018 Eye movements and Visual Perception #12;Curriculum Vitae ­ Bart Krekelberg ­ 2 Higher

Krekelberg, Bart

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E. L. Walker Curriculum vitae, page 1 ELSBETH L. WALKER  

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E. L. Walker Curriculum vitae, page 1 ELSBETH L. WALKER University of Massachusetts Dept. L. Walker Curriculum vitae, page 2 1984: Phi Beta Kappa Funded Grants: 2012: NSF DUE#1140805 Approaches to Understanding Global Regulation in Paclitaxel Accumulation." S. Roberts, PI and E. L. Walker

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Hank Zee Curriculum Vitae (xxx)xxx-xxxx  

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Hank Zee Curriculum Vitae (xxx)xxx-xxxx hank@zee.com http://www.zee.com/ hank Employment: (xxx)xxx- xxxx 1 #12;Hank Zee Curriculum Vitae (xxx)xxx-xxxx hank@zee.com http://www.zee.com/ hank References Professor Blankety Blank Department of Mathematics Generic University City, State 12345 (xxx) xxx

Wolfe, Patrick J.

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VITA : Visual Interaction Tool for Archaeology (Demo) Hrvoje Benko1  

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1 VITA : Visual Interaction Tool for Archaeology (Demo) Hrvoje Benko1 Edward W. Ishak Steven Feiner-212-939-7101 fax 1-212-666-0140 . Abstract VITA (Visual Interaction Tool for Archaeology) is an experimental collaborative mixed reality system for offsite visualization of an archaeological dig. Our demonstra- tion

Benko, Hrvoje

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Unruly Woman: An Interview with Helen Lewis.  

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Overviews the career of Helen Lewis as sociologist, social activist, teacher, writer, researcher, and mentor. Helen Lewis discusses growing up in segregated Georgia, her unorthodox approach to education, her fight for social and economic equality, her instrumental role in the development of Appalachian Studies programs, and how social activism…

Briscoe, Lori; Collins, Erica S.; Deal, Amanda; Hancock, Ron; McGraw, Kristyn; Lewis, Helen

2000-01-01

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Progressive supranuclear palsy with Lewy bodies  

Microsoft Academic Search

An autopsy case is reported which revealed not only clinical and neuropathological features of progressive supranuclear palsy, but also the presence of large numbers of Lewy bodies in the brain stem nuclei and cerebral cortex. This case seems to be progressive supranuclear palsy with Lewy bodies distributed as in Parkinson's disease. Such case has not been previously reported.

H. Mori; M. Yoshimura; M. Tomonaga; H. Yamanouchi

1986-01-01

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Simplified Lewis Structure Drawing for Nonscience Majors.  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

Argues that Lewis diagrams can be easily done by students using a minimal number of clues. Presents a method to draw the Lewis structure of molecules, polyatomic ions, and radicals whereby students no longer need to move bonds or lone pairs of electrons. (DDR)

Miburo, Barnabe B.

1998-01-01

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Cation affinity numbers of Lewis bases  

PubMed Central

Summary Using selected theoretical methods the affinity of a large range of Lewis bases towards model cations has been quantified. The range of model cations includes the methyl cation as the smallest carbon-centered electrophile, the benzhydryl and trityl cations as models for electrophilic substrates encountered in Lewis base-catalyzed synthetic procedures, and the acetyl cation as a substrate model for acyl-transfer reactions. Affinities towards these cationic electrophiles are complemented by data for Lewis-base addition to Michael acceptors as prototypical neutral electrophiles. PMID:23019478

Lindner, Christoph; Tandon, Raman; Maryasin, Boris; Larionov, Evgeny

2012-01-01

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Development of a Lewis Base Catalyzed Selenocyclization Reaction  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

The concept of Lewis base activation of selenium Lewis acids has been effectively reduced to practice in the Lewis base catalyzed selenofunctionalization of unactivated olefins. In this reaction, the weakly acidic species, "N"-phenylselenyl succinimide, is cooperatively activated by the addition of a "soft" Lewis base donor (phosphine sulfides,…

Collins, William

2009-01-01

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33 CFR 117.1053 - Lewis River.  

Code of Federal Regulations, 2012 CFR

...OPERATION REGULATIONS Specific Requirements Washington § 117.1053 Lewis River. The draw of the Burlington Northern Santa Fe railroad bridge, mile 2.0 at Woodland, need not be opened for the passage of...

2012-07-01

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G. N. Lewis and the Chemical Bond.  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

Discusses the contributions of G. N. Lewis to chemistry, focusing on his formulation of the basic principle of the chemical bond--the idea that the chemical bond consists of a pair of electrons held jointly by two atoms. (JN)

Pauling, Linus

1984-01-01

213

Pueblo Pottery: Continuity and Change. Lucy Lewis.  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

Describes Lucy Lewis' ceramic work which is inspired by the ancient pottery of her Acoma Pueblo artistic heritage. Discusses concepts of tradition, artistic heritage, and change over time. Outlines related ceramic and discussion activities for elementary and secondary students. (KM)

Herzog, Melanie

1991-01-01

214

Duckworth–Lewis and Twenty20 cricket  

Microsoft Academic Search

Originally designed for 1-day cricket, this paper considers the use of the Duckworth–Lewis method as an approach to resetting targets in interrupted Twenty20 cricket matches. The Duckworth–Lewis table is reviewed and an alternative resource table is presented. The alternative table is constructed using observed scoring rates from international Twenty20 matches. A desideratum of a resource table is monotonicity in both

Rianka Bhattacharya; Paramjit S. Gill; Tim B. Swartz

2011-01-01

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Research and technology, Lewis Research Center  

NASA Technical Reports Server (NTRS)

The NASA Lewis Research Center's research and technology accomplishments for fiscal year 1985 are summarized. The report is organized into five major sections covering aeronautics, aerospace technology, spaceflight systems, space station systems, and computational technology support. This organization of the report roughly parallels the organization of the Center into directorates. Where appropriate, subheadings are used to identify special topics under the major headings. Results of all research and technology work performed during the fiscal year are contained in Lewis-published technical reports and presentations prepared either by Lewis scientists and engineers or by contractor personnel. In addition, significant results are presented by university faculty or graduate students in technical sessions and in journals of the technical societies. For the reader who desires more information about a particular subject, the Lewis contact will provide that information or references. In 1985, five Lewis products were selected by Research and Development Magazine for IR-100 awards. All are described and identified. In addition, the Lewis Distinguished Paper for 1984 to 1985, which was selected by the Chief Scientist and a research advisory board, is included and so identified.

1985-01-01

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In 2005, convicted child-rapist Grady Nelson brutally murdered his wife Angelina. After  

E-print Network

In 2005, convicted child-rapist Grady Nelson brutally murdered his wife Angelina. After stabbing their expertise to matters of legal import. Whether this will provide a net gain in the fair and effective

Wagner, Anthony

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1. Historic American Buildings Survey Nelson Collection, McCoy Label Co., ...  

Library of Congress Historic Buildings Survey, Historic Engineering Record, Historic Landscapes Survey

1. Historic American Buildings Survey Nelson Collection, McCoy Label Co., S.F. Circa 1876 VIEW DURING ERECTION - U. S. Sub-Treasury & Mint, 608 Commercial Street, San Francisco, San Francisco County, CA

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3. Historic American Buildings Survey Nelson Collection, McCoy Label Co., ...  

Library of Congress Historic Buildings Survey, Historic Engineering Record, Historic Landscapes Survey

3. Historic American Buildings Survey Nelson Collection, McCoy Label Co., S.F. Circa - 1876 VIEW DURING ERECTION - U. S. Sub-Treasury & Mint, 608 Commercial Street, San Francisco, San Francisco County, CA

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2. Historic American Buildings Survey Nelson Collection, McCoy Label Co., ...  

Library of Congress Historic Buildings Survey, Historic Engineering Record, Historic Landscapes Survey

2. Historic American Buildings Survey Nelson Collection, McCoy Label Co., S.F. Circa 1876 VIEW DURING ERECTION - U. S. Sub-Treasury & Mint, 608 Commercial Street, San Francisco, San Francisco County, CA

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Differential habitat use by Acadian Nelson's sharp-tailed sparrows: implications for regional conservation  

Microsoft Academic Search

ABSTRACT. Nelson’s Sharp-tailed Sparrows (Ammodramus,nelsoni) that breed along the Atlantic coast of North America (Acadian subspecies subvirgatus) are considered saltmarsh specialists. However, these sparrows occasionally use upland habitats, such as hayfields. To evaluate the importance of hayfields as breeding habitat, we studied populations of A. n. subvirgatus in saltmarsh and hayfields in Nova Scotia, Canada, in 2004 and 2005. We

Joseph J. Nocera; Trina M. Fitzgerald; Alan R. Hanson; G. Randy Milton

2007-01-01

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CRCHD - CRCHD Research - Principal Investigator: William G. Nelson, M.D., Ph.D.  

Cancer.gov

Dr. William G. Nelson is a Professor of Oncology, Urology, Pharmacology, Medicine, Pathology, and Radiation Oncology at the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine, with a Joint Appointment in Environmental Health Sciences at the Johns Hopkins University Bloomberg School of Public Health. Dr. Nelson serves as the Marion I. Knott Professor and Chairman of Oncology and the Director of the Sidney Kimmel Comprehensive Cancer Center.

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Nelson Mandela Urges Action on Growing TB and HIV Epidemic  

NSDL National Science Digital Library

Well respected for his fervent devotion to human rights, Nobel laureate Nelson Mandela urged cooperation and immediate action in the global struggle against tuberculosis, a situation which is extremely acute in parts of the developing world. In his remarks, Mandela also related the struggle with tuberculosis to the situation with preventing the spread of HIV. Speaking to reporters at an international conference in Bangkok, Mandela remarked that "We cannot win the battle against AIDS if we do not also fight TB. TB is too often a death sentence for people with AIDS. It does not have to be this way." Mandela knows all too well about the situation with TB, as he himself contracted the disease during his time as a political prisoner in South Africa during apartheid. Research into the dual tuberculosis and AIDS epidemic received a large infusion of funding this Thursday as the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation announced that the organization would offer $45 million for studies into strategies to control TB in areas with high HIV infection rates. Specifically, the monies will go to pay for three large-scale community studies in Africa and South American over seven years.The first link will take visitors to an article from the Voice of America, complete with an audio report from reporter Steve Baragona reporting from Bangkok on the XV International AIDS Conference. The second link leads to an article from the Sydney Morning Herald that talks about the recent grant offered by the Gates Foundation to the Global Fund on AIDS. The third link leads to the homepage of the Center for TB Research Laboratory at Johns Hopkins University where visitors can read about the lab's work and learn about the need for additional research into this disease. The fourth link leads visitors to the Stop TB Partnership webpage, which is hosted by the World Health Organization. Visitors may want to peruse some of the helpful publications, such as reports on global tuberculosis control and the event calendar. The fifth link leads to the homepage for the XV International AIDS Conference, which features full coverage of the conference in Bangkok, video coverage of the various sessions, and updated news from the conference. The final link leads to a rather intriguing five-part radio series on the life and times of Nelson Mandela, sponsored by the American Radio Works. The remarkable highlights of this series include interviews with former African National Congress activists, fellow Robben Island prisoners, and a rare recording of the 1964 trial where Mandela was sentenced to life in prison.

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Curriculum Vitae Rainer Blatt Institute of Experimental Physics  

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managed to push this record to 14 entangled atoms. Furthermore Rainer Blatt took important steps towards Academy of Sciences. AWARDS Curriculum Vitae Rainer Blatt #12;PERSONAL DATA SHEET Otto Rainer Blatt citizenship PERSONAL DETAILS 1959-196

Blatt, Rainer

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CURRICULUM VITAE LIHINI INDIRA ALUWIHARE 302 Vaughan Hall  

E-print Network

, MA. RESEARCH INTERESTS - Chemical composition of dissolved organic matter - Isotope geochemistryCURRICULUM VITAE LIHINI INDIRA ALUWIHARE 302 Vaughan Hall Geosciences Research Division Phone: 858 Research Microbiologist, Marine Biology Research Division, Scripps Institution of Oceanography, University

Aluwihare, Lihini

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CURRICULUM VITAE Diane M. Heislein, PT, DPT, MS, OCS  

E-print Network

CURRICULUM VITAE Diane M. Heislein, PT, DPT, MS, OCS Physical Therapy Program Department of Physical Therapy and Athletic Training College of Rehabilitation and Health Sciences: Sargent College 2002 ­ 2003 Physical Therapy, Doctorate, 2003 Massachusetts General Hospital Institute of Health

Guenther, Frank

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Microsoft Word - GMO Vita Apr 2011 UCI Version.doc  

Cancer.gov

Curriculum Vitae Gary M. Olson born: December 24, 1944, Los Angeles, California married: Judith S. Olson Erdos Number: 5 Current Position Donald Bren Professor of Information and Computer Sciences University of California, Irvine Current Addresses

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CURRICULUM VITAE L. Clarke Cox, Ph.D.  

E-print Network

CURRICULUM VITAE L. Clarke Cox, Ph.D. Current Position: Chief of Audiology Department and Rehabilitation Sciences Boston University Former Positions: Chief of Audiology, University Hospital, Boston, MA (1988 ­ 1996) Assistant & Associate Professor of Audiology Cleveland State University, 1975

Guenther, Frank

228

CURRICULUM VITAE Lee Nichols Marinko PT, OCS, FAAOMPT  

E-print Network

­ present Clinical Assistant Professor (.8 FTE), Terminal contract Department of Physical TherapyCURRICULUM VITAE Lee Nichols Marinko PT, OCS, FAAOMPT Physical Therapy Program Department of Physical Therapy and Athletic Training College of Rehabilitation and Health Sciences: Sargent College

Guenther, Frank

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Dr. David T. Damery Curriculum Vita January, 2009  

E-print Network

Business Management. covering: entrepreneurship, market research, advertising, competitor analysis;David T. Damery Curriculum Vita 2 Teaching Experience (continued) 1995 Gomel Consumer Cooperative services in the areas of: strategic planning, market research, pricing, advertising and promotion

Schweik, Charles M.

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CHRISTOPHER H. ROOSEVELT CURRICULUM VITAE Department of Archaeology  

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CHRISTOPHER H. ROOSEVELT CURRICULUM VITAE Department of Archaeology, Cornell University, History of Art and Archaeology. Thesis: Lydian and Persian and Archaeology. MA, 1997, Cornell University, Archaeology. Thesis: A Re

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Rocket Propulsion Research at Lewis Research Center  

NASA Technical Reports Server (NTRS)

A small contingent of engineers at NASA Lewis Research Center pioneered in basic research on liquid propellants for rockets shortly after World War II. Carried on through the 1950s, this work influenced the important early decisions made by Abe Silverstein when he took charge of the Office of Space Flight Programs for NASA. He strongly supported the development of liquid hydrogen as a propulsion fuel in the face of resistance from Wernher von Braun. Members of the Lewis staff played an important role in bringing liquid hydrogen technology to the point of reliability through their management of the Centaur Program. This paper demonstrates how the personality and engineering intuition of Abe Silverstein shaped the Centaur program and left a lasting imprint on the laboratory research tradition. Many of the current leaders of Lewis Research Center received their first hands-on engineering experience when they worked on the Centaur program in the 1960s.

Dawson, Virginia P.

1992-01-01

232

NASA Lewis Wind Tunnel Model Systems Criteria  

NASA Technical Reports Server (NTRS)

This report describes criteria for the design, analysis, quality assurance, and documentation of models or test articles that are to be tested in the aeropropulsion facilities at the NASA Lewis Research Center. The report presents three methods for computing model allowable stresses on the basis of the yield stress or ultimate stress, and it gives quality assurance criteria for models tested in Lewis' aeropropulsion facilities. Both customer-furnished model systems and in-house model systems are discussed. The functions of the facility manager, project engineer, operations engineer, research engineer, and facility electrical engineer are defined. The format for pretest meetings, prerun safety meetings, and the model criteria review are outlined Then, the format for the model systems report (a requirement for each model that is to be tested at NASA Lewis) is described, the engineers that are responsible for developing the model systems report are listed, and the time table for its delivery to the facility manager is given.

Soeder, Ronald H.; Haller, Henry C.

1994-01-01

233

UPDATE ON DEMENTIA WITH LEWY BODIES  

PubMed Central

Dementia with Lewy bodies (DLB) is the second most common form of dementia after Alzheimer disease (AD). DLB is characterized pathologically by Lewy body and Lewy neuritic pathology, often with variable levels of Alzheimer-type pathology. Core clinical features include fluctuating cognition, visual hallucinations, and parkinsonism resulting in greater impairments of quality of life, more caregiver burden, and higher health-related costs compared with AD. These issues, together with a high sensitivity to adverse events with treatment with antipsychotic agents, make the need for an early and accurate diagnosis of DLB essential. Unfortunately, current consensus criteria are highly specific but lack sufficient sensitivity. Use of composite risk scores may improve accuracy of clinical diagnosis. Imaging findings, particularly targeting dopaminergic systems have shown promise as potential markers to differentiate DLB from AD. A combination of non-pharmacologic treatments and pharmacotherapy interventions may maximize cognitive function and overall quality of life in DLB patients. PMID:25379359

Karantzoulis, Stella; Galvin, James E.

2014-01-01

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The Ethnography of Lewis and Clark  

NSDL National Science Digital Library

The Ethnography of Lewis and Clark: Native American Objects and the American Quest for Commerce and Science is a new online exhibit presented by the Peabody Museum of Archaeology and Ethnology at Harvard University. The exhibit displays ethnographic objects collected by Meriwether Lewis, William Clark, and the Corps of North West Discovery during their two-year expedition "for both commercial advantage and scientific knowledge." The Peabody collection includes rare objects of Native American material culture such as a painted buffalo robe, a calumet, a woven hat, a hemp basket, and hide clothing, among other invaluable items. Each item is cataloged, and the site provides images and a detailed description.

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In dementia with Lewy bodies, Braak stage determines phenotype, not Lewy body distribution.  

PubMed

We used an autopsy series to determine whether the newest dementia with Lewy bodies (DLB) consensus pathologic classification correlates with premortem diagnosis of DLB. Neocortical sections from a total of 95 cases with Lewy bodies were stained with alpha-synuclein antibodies. We assigned cases according to the DLB consensus' categories and found a significant association with the premortem clinical diagnosis of DLB. Clinical diagnosis of DLB, however, depended on the presence of low Alzheimer disease pathology (by Braak staging) rather than on Lewy body distribution. PMID:17646627

Weisman, D; Cho, M; Taylor, C; Adame, A; Thal, L J; Hansen, L A

2007-07-24

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Tautological control systems Andrew D. Lewis  

E-print Network

Tautological control systems Andrew D. Lewis 31/01/2014 Last updated: 08/05/2014 Abstract Just by control. However, such explicit and fixed parameterisation by control is commonplace in control theory, leading to definitions, methodologies, and results that depend in unexpected ways on control parameterisa

Lewis, Andrew D.

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Quantum Sleeping Beauty Peter J. Lewis  

E-print Network

1 Quantum Sleeping Beauty Peter J. Lewis plewis@miami.edu The Sleeping Beauty paradox `thirder' solution to the Sleeping Beauty paradox becomes incompatible with the tenability of the many down' b2. Compare this to a simplified version of the Sleeping Beauty paradox.3 Sleeping Beauty

Fitelson, Branden

238

Learning To Reason from Lewis Carroll.  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

Discusses the process and the usefulness of translating empirical logic puzzles into mathematical problems which may be more easily solved, then translating the answer back into the context of the original problem. Presents nine logic puzzles devised by Lewis Carroll, with answers. (AIM)

Rothbart, Andrea

1998-01-01

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Washington and Lee University Lewis G. John  

E-print Network

Washington and Lee University Lewis G. John Class of 1958 Professor of Politics Emeritus Lew John at Princeton University. Professor John returned to Washington and Lee in 1963 to work in Admissions has supported Washington and Lee's Annual Fund, The Friends of Leyburn Library, The Class of 1958

Marsh, David

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Composites research at NASA Lewis Research Center  

NASA Technical Reports Server (NTRS)

Composites research at NASA Lewis is focused on their applications in aircraft propulsion, space propulsion, and space power, with the first being predominant. Research on polymer-, metal-, and ceramic-matrix composites is being carried out from an integrated materials and structures viewpoint. This paper outlines some of the topics being pursued from the standpoint of key technical issues, current status, and future directions.

Levine, Stanley R.; Duffy, Stephen; Vary, Alex; Nathal, Michael V.; Miner, Robert V.; Arnold, Steven M.; Castelli, Michael G.; Hopkins, Dale A.; Meador, Michael A.

1994-01-01

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Simon K. Lewis 2013 Distinguished Research Award  

E-print Network

reviews articles for scholarly journals, notably Research in African Literatures and the Journal of Commonwealth and Postcolonial Studies, and he contributes reviews of new books not only to scholarly journalsSimon K. Lewis English 2013 Distinguished Research Award 2007 Distinguished Teacher-Scholar Award

Kasman, Alex

242

Celebrating the Bicentennial of Lewis and Clark  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

Lewis, Clark, and the Corps of Discovery traveled westward from 1803 to 1806; therefore, the bicentennial of the expedition is being celebrated from 2003 until 2006. Students and teachers celebrating the bicentennial and Jefferson's Louisiana Purchase in 1803 can use social studies classes to help them connect with their community and to reach a…

Morris, Ronald V.; McNeely, Jean

2005-01-01

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Lewis and Clark--Indiana Connections.  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

The state of Indiana has an important, recognized connection to the Lewis and Clark Expedition. That connection is reinforced with a National Signature Event in Clarksville (Indiana) during October 2003. Until the expedition party left its winter camp in May 1804, it remained in Indiana Territory, governed from Vincennes (Indiana) by William Henry…

Bennett, Pamela J., Ed.

2003-01-01

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By LEWIS'RADCLIFFE Assistant in Charg.  

E-print Network

OF STATISTICS AND METHODS OF THE FISHERIES FOR 1920 By LEWIS RADCLIFFE Assistant in Charge APPENDIX V w ~ w z I. #12;FISHERY INDUSTRIES OF THE UNITED STATES. REPORT OF THE DIVISION OF STATISTICS OF FISHERIES HUGH M. SMITH, Commissioner FISHERY INDUSTRIES OF THE UNITED STATES REPORT OF THE DIVISION

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Dementia with Lewy Bodies: Current Concepts  

Microsoft Academic Search

As life expectancy continues to increase over time, dementia is becoming an increasingly more common problem and a major cause of disability in older persons. It is now more important than ever to identify and manage common causes of dementia given variations in disease course, treatments and the possibility for modification of risk factors. Dementia with Lewy bodies (DLB) is

Teresa Buracchio; Zoe Arvanitakis; Martin Gorbien

2005-01-01

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USING NEST BOXES FOR LEWIS'S WOODPECKER CONSERVATION IN CENTRAL OREGON  

Microsoft Academic Search

The Lewis's Woodpecker (Melanerpes lewis) is a North American picid that is in decline over the past 40 years, due in large part to a lack of suitable breeding sites. We explore the effi cacy of efforts to enhance breeding opportunities for Lewis's Woodpeckers through the employment of nest boxes. Currently, it is unknown if this species will use artifi

DIANE KOOK; JAMES D. MOODIE

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An Overview of Lewis Basicity and Affinity Scales  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

The impossibility of establishing a universal scale of Lewis basicity does not prevent the determination of the quantitative behavior of Lewis bases, thanks to scales constructed against particular Lewis acids: BF[subscript 3], 4-FC[subscript 6]H[subscript 4]OH, I[subscript 2], Li[superscript +], Na[superscript +], K[superscript +], Al[superscript…

Laurence, Christian; Graton, Jerome; Gal, Jean-Francois

2011-01-01

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Getting the Weights of Lewis Structures out of Huckel Theory: Huckel-Lewis Configuration Interaction (HL-CI)  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

A simple method is proposed based on energies obtained with the Huckel theory to compute the weights of the structures. The Huckel-Lewis CI technique extends to the Huckel theory the field of the resonance between Lewis structures.

Humbel, Stephane

2007-01-01

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Characterization of Mercury and Its Risk in Nelson's, Saltmarsh, and Seaside Sparrows  

PubMed Central

Background Nelson’s, Saltmarsh, and Seaside Sparrows (Ammodramus nelsoni, A. caudacutus, and A. maritimus, respectively) depend on marsh and wetland habitats – ecosystems in which mercury (Hg) bioavailability is notoriously high. The purpose of the present study was to address the potential impact of Hg on these species using first primary and breast feathers as non-destructive biomonitoring tools. Methods and Principal Findings Feathers were sampled from wintering sparrows in North Carolina salt marshes (2006–2010). Feather Hg data were used in three risk analysis components (1) Threshold Component – examined feather Hg with regard to published negative effects thresholds; (2) Hg Dynamics Component – examined Hg in sparrows captured multiple times; and (3) Capture Frequency and Survival Component – tested for links between Hg and return frequency and survival. Threshold Component analyses indicated that Hg concentrations in 42–77% of sampled individuals (breast feather n?=?879; first primary feather n?=?663) were within the range associated with decreased reproduction in other avian species. Hg Dynamics Component analyses demonstrated that Hg increased between first and second captures for Nelson’s (n?=?9) and Seaside Sparrows (n?=?23). Capture Frequency and Survival Component analyses detected a negative relationship between Hg and capture frequency in Nelson’s Sparrows (n?=?315). However, MARK models detected no effect of Hg on apparent survival in any species. Conclusion and Significance This study indicates that current Hg exposure places a considerable proportion of each population at risk. In particular, 52% of all sampled Saltmarsh Sparrows exhibited first primary feather Hg concentrations exceeding those associated with a >60% reduction in reproductive success in other species. This study reports evidence for net annual bioaccumulation, indicating an increased risk in older individuals. These data can be used to inform future population assessments and management for these species. PMID:22962614

Winder, Virginia L.

2012-01-01

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Making the Impossible Possible. Review of "Embracing Victory: Life Lessons in Competition and Compassion," by Mariah Burton Nelson.  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

An adolescent aversion to competition helped the reviewer/marathoner appreciate Mariah Burton Nelson's "Embracing Victory: Life Lessons in Competition and Compassion" (Morrow, 1998). Nelson, a former collegiate and professional basketball player, focuses on female athletes' and nonathletes' attitudes about numerous competition-related topics.…

Lenk, Linda L.

1998-01-01

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STS-26 MS Nelson poses with the infrared communications flight experiment  

NASA Technical Reports Server (NTRS)

STS-26 Discovery, Orbiter Vehicle (OV) 103, Mission Specialist (MS) George D. Nelson poses with components of the infrared communications flight experiment (IRCFE) in the JSC Communications and Tracking Development Laboratory Bldg 44 Audio Lab rm 143. Nelson will operate the IRCFE, wearing a belt dotted with three infrared light-emitting diode modules, which broadcast signals; and three photodiode modules, which receive signals. The lightweight portable transceiver and headset are exactly the same size as the interim wireless crew communications system (WCCS), the system first used aboard the orbiter.

1988-01-01

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STS-26 MS Nelson during Crew Escape System (CES) testing in JSC WETF Bldg 29  

NASA Technical Reports Server (NTRS)

STS-26 Discovery, Orbiter Vehicle (OV) 103, Mission Specialist (MS) George D. Nelson participates in crew escape system (CES) testing in JSC Weightless Environment Training Facility (WETF) Bldg 29. With helmet visor down, Nelson, wearing the newly designed (navy blue) launch and entry suit (LES), floats in WETF pool with the aid of an underarm flotation device (modern version of Mae West floats). He awaits the assistance of SCUBA-equipped divers during a simulation of escape and rescue operations utilizing a new CES pole for emergency exit from the Space Shuttle.

1988-01-01

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STS-26 MS Nelson during Crew escape system (CES) testing in JSC WETF Bldg 29  

NASA Technical Reports Server (NTRS)

STS-26 Discovery, Orbiter Vehicle (OV) 103, Mission Specialist (MS) George D. Nelson participates in crew escape system (CES) testing in JSC Weightless Environment Training Facility (WETF) Bldg 29. Nelson, wearing the newly designed (navy blue) launch and entry suit (LES), floats in WETF pool with the aid of an underarm flotation device (modern version of Mas West floats). He awaits the assistance of SCUBA-equipped divers during a simulation of escape and rescue operations utilizing a new CES pole for emergency exit from the Space Shuttle.

1988-01-01

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NASA Lewis' IITA K-12 Program  

NASA Technical Reports Server (NTRS)

The NASA Lewis Research Center's Information Infrastructure Technology and Applications for Kindergarten to 12th Grade (IITA K-12) Program is designed to introduce into school systems computing and communications technology that benefits math and science studies. By incorporating this technology into K-12 curriculums, we hope to increase the proficiency and interest in math and science subjects by K-12 students so that they continue to study technical subjects after their high school careers are over.

1996-01-01

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Persistent Seoul virus infection in Lewis rats  

Microsoft Academic Search

Summary. Mechanistic studies of hantavirus persistence in rodent reservoirs have been limited by the lack of a versatile animal model. This report describes findings from experimental infection of inbred Lewis rats with Seoul virus strain 80–39. Rats inoculated with virus intraperitoneally at 6 days of age became persistently infected without clinical signs. Tissues from Seoul virus-inoculated 6-day-old rats were assessed

S. R. Compton; R. O. Jacoby; F. X. Paturzo; A. L. Smith

2004-01-01

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Calcium-based Lewis acid catalysts.  

PubMed

Recently, Lewis acidic calcium salts bearing weakly coordinating anions such as Ca(NTf?)?, Ca(OTf)?, CaF? and Ca[OCH(CF?)?]? have been discovered as catalysts for the transformation of alcohols, olefins and carbonyl compounds. High stability towards air and moisture, selectivity and high reactivity under mild reaction conditions render these catalysts a sustainable and mild alternative to transition metals, rare-earth metals or strong Brønsted acids. PMID:23712417

Begouin, Jeanne-Marie; Niggemann, Meike

2013-06-17

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Ermakov-Lewis symmetry in photonic lattices.  

PubMed

We present a class of waveguide arrays that is the classical analog of a quantum harmonic oscillator, where the mass and frequency depend on the propagation distance. In these photonic lattices, refractive indices and second-neighbor couplings define the mass and frequency of the analog quantum oscillator, while first-neighbor couplings are a free parameter to adjust the model. The quantum model conserves the Ermakov-Lewis invariant, thus the photonic crystal also possesses this symmetry. PMID:24686680

Rodríguez-Lara, B M; Aleahmad, P; Moya-Cessa, H M; Christodoulides, D N

2014-04-01

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Lewis antigens in normal and neoplastic urothelium.  

PubMed Central

The Lewis (Lea and Leb) antigens are closely related to the A, B, H blood group antigens and have been demonstrated in several secretory epithelia, but their expression in nonsecretory cells has not been studied systematically. This report provides detailed data on the expression of Lea and Leb in normal and neoplastic urothelium. The authors have examined multiple biopsy specimens of normal bladder mucosa and transitional cell carcinomas (TCCs) from 74 patients whose red blood cells (RBCs) were also typed for A, B, H, Lea, and Leb antigens and have correlated tissue antigen detectability with the RBC phenotype and the cytologic grade of malignancy. Antisera of human and animal sources were used in a modified red cell adherence test (RCA), and multiple controls were employed for determination of the specificity of the reactions. Both fresh-frozen and paraffin-processed tissues were examined from each patient. Paraffin processing as well as treatment with ethanol significantly suppressed the tissue reactions. Ninety-four percent of normal mucosa specimens and 73% of TCCs gave positive reactions with both anti-Lea and anti-Leb sera. Abnormal patterns of Lewis reactivity were observed in 43% of Grade III or IV and in 14% of Grade I or II TCCs. Although there was no direct correlation between A, B, H reactivity and Lewis reactivity, all TCCs which had abnormally low reactivity for both the expected Le and A, B, or H antigens were of high grade and invasive. Images Figure 1 Figure 2 PMID:4050974

Limas, C.; Lange, P. H.

1985-01-01

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Lewis' Educational and Research Collaborative Internship Program  

NASA Technical Reports Server (NTRS)

The Lewis Educational and Research Collaborative Internship Program (LERCIP) is a collaborative undertaking by the Office of Educational Programs at NASA Glenn Research Center at Lewis Field (formerly NASA Lewis Research Center) and the Ohio Aerospace Institute. This program provides 10-week internships in addition to summer and winter extensions if funding is available and/or is requested by mentor (no less than 1 week no more than 4 weeks) for undergraduate/graduate students and secondary school teachers. Students who meet the travel reimbursement criteria receive up to $500 for travel expenses. Approximately 178 interns are selected to participate in this program each year and begin arriving the fourth week in May. The internships provide students with introductory professional experiences to complement their academic programs. The interns are given assignments on research and development projects under the personal guidance of NASA professional staff members. Each intern is assigned a NASA mentor who facilitates a research assignment. In addition to the research assignment, the summer program includes a strong educational component that enhances the professional stature of the participants. The educational activities include a research symposium and a variety of workshops, and lectures. An important aspect of the program is that it includes students with diverse social, cultural and economic backgrounds. The purpose of this report is to document the program accomplishments for 2004.

Heyward, Ann; Gott, Susan (Technical Monitor)

2004-01-01

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Coherent Backscattering: Conceptions and Misconceptions (Reply to Comments by Bruce W. Hapke and Robert M. Nelson)  

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Although the note by Hapke and Nelson has virtually no relevance to our original publication, it contains a number of statements that are misleading and/or wrong. We, therefore, use this opportunity to dispel several profound misconceptions that continue to hinder the progress in remote sensing of planetary surfaces.

Tishkovets, Victor P.; Mishchenko, Michael

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Winter Survivorship and Site Fidelity of Nelson's, Saltmarsh, and Seaside Sparrows in North Carolina  

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Three species of coastal sparrows (Ammodramus nelsoni, Nelson's Sparrow; A. caudacutus, Saltmarsh Sparrow; and A. maritimus, Seaside Sparrow) reside in North Carolina salt marshes in winter during their nonbreeding periods. We analyzed the timing of migration, survivorship, and site fidelity of these species with mark–recapture data from five winters (2006–2010). By determining the percentage of individuals captured more than once,

Virginia L. Winder; Adriane K. Michaelis; Steven D. Emslie

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Synthesis and Laser Processing of ZnO Nanocrystalline Thin Films , D. Nelson2  

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1 Synthesis and Laser Processing of ZnO Nanocrystalline Thin Films I. Ozerov1 , D. Nelson2 , A deposition is an efficient method for formation of nanoclusters and synthesis of nanocrystalline films. In this paper we present the optical properties of laser deposited ZnO films and characterize the films

Boyer, Edmond

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THE HUDSON RIVER AS A SALMON STREAM. By A. NELSON CHENEY,  

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THE HUDSON RIVER AS A SALMON STREAM. By A. NELSON CHENEY, State pi:,!{-Culturist, Nnv York describing the Hudson River as an original salmon stream. Some have merely made the broad statement in the river. Almost without exception the sole foundation for the statement that the Hudson was once a natural

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"Finding Useful Questions: On Bayesian Diagnosticity, Probability, Impact, and Information Gain": Correction to Nelson (2005)  

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Reports an error in "Finding Useful Questions: On Bayesian Diagnosticity, Probability, Impact, and Information Gain" by Jonathan D. Nelson (Psychological Review, 2005[Oct], Vol 112[4], 979-999). In Table 13, the data should indicate that 7% of females had short hair and 93% of females had long hair. The calculations and discussion in the article…

Nelson, Jonathan D.

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Lake Ecosystems Nelson G Hairston Jr,Cornell University, Ithaca, New York, USA  

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winter stratification persists while the lake is frozen. Winter stratification does not occur in tropical their unstratified periods. Tropical lakes may stratify every day and mix every night. Summer thermal stratificationLake Ecosystems Nelson G Hairston Jr,Cornell University, Ithaca, New York, USA Gregor F Fussmann

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Assessment of General Education Competencies at Thomas Nelson Community College, 1994-1997.  

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In 1997, Virginia's Thomas Nelson Community College (TNCC) undertook a study to determine how well the general education components of its associate degree programs were imparted to associate degree graduates. Four sources of data were used to determine outcomes: follow-up survey results for 1992-93 and 1993-94 graduates, outcomes for graduate…

Quanty, Michael B.; And Others

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One-particle (improper) states in Nelson's massless model Alessandro Pizzo  

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less non-relativistic particle. In a rigorous analysis of radiation theory, the zero photon massOne-particle (improper) states in Nelson's massless model Alessandro Pizzo #3; FB Mathematik; Johannes Gutenberg Universitaet; D-55099 Mainz, Germany May, 2002 Abstract In the one-particle sector

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UK Data from 197 Undergraduates for the Nelson Denny Reading Test  

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The Nelson Denny Reading Test (Brown, Fishco & Hanna, 1993) provides measures of comprehension, reading rate and vocabulary. It is widely used in research studies with high school and undergraduate students and for assessment purposes in the USA. No widely used test of this kind exists for adults in the UK. The present paper reports data from 197…

Masterson, Jackie; Hayes, Maureen

2004-01-01

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Nelson Palermo oral history interview by Gary Mormino, October 18, 1979  

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This is an oral history interview with Nelson Palermo, a native of Ybor City born in 1914. Palermo's grandfather was a cigar lector, or reader, the only Italian ever to hold that position; his father was also a cigar maker. Palermo describes the traditions of Ybor City, including cigar factories, family life, interethnic relations, politics, and religion. He also discusses

Nelson Palermo; Gary Ross Mormino

1979-01-01

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Radical Questioning on the Long Walk to Freedom: Nelson Mandela and the Practice of Critical Reflection  

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Nelson Mandela's autobiography The Long Walk to Freedom describes how an iconic political activist and freedom fighter reflected on, and sometimes modified, four core assumptions at the heart of his struggle to overturn the White supremacist, minority hegemony and create a free South Africa. Critical reflection's focus is on understanding the dynamics of power (and how to manipulate these) and

Stephen Brookfield

2008-01-01

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Radical Questioning on the Long Walk to Freedom: Nelson Mandela and the Practice of Critical Reflection  

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Nelson Mandela's autobiography "The Long Walk to Freedom" describes how an iconic political activist and freedom fighter reflected on, and sometimes modified, four core assumptions at the heart of his struggle to overturn the White supremacist, minority hegemony and create a free South Africa. Critical reflection's focus is on understanding the…

Brookfield, Stephen

2008-01-01

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The recreational value of beaches in the Nelson Mandela Bay area, South Africa  

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Using beach visitation data collected via the administration of a questionnaire to 226 respondents, this paper estimates a random utility model of beach recreation. The relative value of selected attributes of beaches is estimated, and the recreational values of lost access to four Blue Flag beaches in the Nelson Mandela Bay area, namely Kings beach, Humewood beach, Hobie beach and

Mario Du Preez; Deborah Ellen Lee; Stephen Gerald Hosking

2011-01-01

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3D Engineered Models for Highway Construction Gabe Nelson, P.E.  

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3D Engineered Models for Highway Construction Gabe Nelson, P.E. Snyder & Associates, Inc. Overview of 3D Engineered Models for Highway Construction Module 1 Introduction #12;3D Engineered Models & Quality � Protect the Environment � Every Day Counts 2 included 3D Engineered Models for Construction

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NASA v. Nelson: The High Court Flying High Above the Right to Informational Privacy  

Microsoft Academic Search

In 1977, the U.S. Supreme Court first acknowledged a potential constitutional privacy “interest in avoiding disclosure of personal matters.” Since then, the Court has remained silent on whether there is a right to informational privacy. In the October 2010 term, the Court had another chance to revisit the contours of this potential privacy interest in NASA v. Nelson. But it

Blythe Golay

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Speckle Noise Filtering in SAR Images by MAP Approach NELSON D.A. MASCARENHAS  

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are corrupted by speckle noise, which degrades images formed by laser beams, radar (SAR), ultrasound etcSpeckle Noise Filtering in SAR Images by MAP Approach NELSON D.A. MASCARENHAS 1 LUCIANO F. COSTA 2 is to study and implement the Maximum a Posteriori (MAP) filter to suppress speckle in SAR images. This type

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Current injection efficiency of InGaAsN quantum-well lasers Nelson Tansua  

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Current injection efficiency of InGaAsN quantum-well lasers Nelson Tansua Department of Electrical-threshold current injection efficiency of quantum well QW lasers is clarified. The analysis presented here lasers. The role of heavy-hole leakage in the InGaAsN QW lasers is shown to be significant in determining

Gilchrist, James F.

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Curriculum Vitae, J.R. Rohr JASON R. ROHR  

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the effects of pesticides on freshwater biodiversity #12;Curriculum Vitae, J.R. Rohr 2 2001 Instructor, Biol?: Partitioning effects on exposure and susceptibility to pollution. Global Change Biology. doi: 10.1111/j.1365 for BioDiversity Research · Investigated interactions among biodiversity, parasites, and anthropogenic

Rohr, Jason

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Curriculum Vitae of Michael Dorff Professor Ofiice Phone: (801) 4221752  

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of Mathematics Cell Phone: (801) 404-3614 Brigham Young University mdorff@math.byu.edu Provo, Utah 84602Curriculum Vitae of Michael Dorff Address Professor Ofiice Phone: (801) 422­1752 Department.S. in successfully mentoring undergraduate students in research. $1,280,000, 2012­2017. · Co-PI, High-Impact Teaching

Dorff, Michael

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CURRICULUM VITAE ROSALYN J MORAN PhD  

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CURRICULUM VITAE ROSALYN J MORAN PhD r . m o r a n @ u c l . a c . u k PROFESSIONAL HISTORY Senior Voice Analysis for Pathology Detection. Nov 2005. Invited Speaker Intel Healthcare Roundtable Seminar, Intel Corp. Intel Corp EU Headquarters, Leixlip, Ireland. Feb 2005. Finalist (one of four) Institute

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CURRICULUM VITAE Updated February 2014 Noah R. Lottig  

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CURRICULUM VITAE Updated February 2014 Noah R. Lottig Center for Limnology phone: 715@wisc.edu Boulder Junction, Wisconsin 54512 website: www.noahlottig.com Education Ph.D., Limnology and Marine Research Associate University of Wisconsin Center for Limnology ! 2005-2009: Graduate Research Assistant

Lottig, Noah R.

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Curriculum Vitae, Paul Kay International Computer Science Institute  

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of Tahitian consumer behavior. Southwestern Journal of Anthropology 20: 160-67. 1964b (William Geoghegan1 Curriculum Vitae, Paul Kay International Computer Science Institute 1947 Center Street Berkeley, 1963 Major positions held since receipt of Ph.D. 1963-64 Postdoctoral Fellow (Social Science Research

Kay, Paul

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ADAM D. SYLVESTER, Ph.D. Curriculum Vitae  

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University School of Medicine. Human Anatomy, 2007-2009 Introduction to Matlab and R Programming, Summer 2008 Engineering (UT) Human Gross Anatomy (Lecture and Laboratory Dissection) Spring 2007 Graduate TeachingADAM D. SYLVESTER, Ph.D. Curriculum Vitae Center for Functional Anatomy and Evolution Office: (443

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CURRICULUM VITAE Sunni Haag Newton, M.S.  

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-2006 Undergraduate Research Assistant TEACHING EXPERIENCE Fall, 2011 Instructor General Psychology (PSYC 1101 11/2006 - 12/2007 Assistant to the Editor Journal of Experimental Psychology: Applied #12;HONORSCURRICULUM VITAE Sunni Haag Newton, M.S. School of Psychology, Georgia Institute of Technology

Davis, Elizabeth Thorpe

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CURRICULUM VITAE Deena Skolnick Weisberg, Ph.D.  

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of the role of play in language development. American Journal of Play, 6(1), 39-54. *Weisberg, D. S. & GopnikCURRICULUM VITAE Deena Skolnick Weisberg, Ph.D. Department of Psychology, University of Pennsylvania Department of Psychology Senior Fellow, July 2013 ­ present Affiliated Faculty, Center

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Last revised: 11 April 2014 My curriculum vitae  

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Last revised: 11 April 2014 My curriculum vitae Zhi-Hong Sun School of Mathematical Sciences://www.hytc.edu.cn/xsjl/szh I was born on 16th October 1965 in Lianshui, Jiangsu, China. At the age of 18 I gradu- ated from together with my twin brother Zhi-Wei Sun, who studied in the Mathematics department of the same university

Sun, Zhi-Hong

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Curriculum Vita: Steven J. Pollock Full Professor with Tenure  

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(Aug 1993-Aug 2000) Senior Scientist, NIKHEF-K (National Institute for Nuclear and High Energy Physics Nuclear Physics" (Continuous awards from 1993-2005) Synergistic activities and research directions: MemberCurriculum Vita: Steven J. Pollock Full Professor with Tenure Department of Physics, University

Colorado at Boulder, University of

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Curriculum Vitae Donald Thomas Lysle, Ph.D.  

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Curriculum Vitae Donald Thomas Lysle, Ph.D. Kenan Distinguished Professor Behavioral Neuroscience-962-2537 University of North Carolina Email: dlysle@email.unc.edu Chapel Hill, NC 27599-3270 Education Ph.D Abuse Research Grant (Renewal of R01-DA-13371): Behavioral Factors in Heroin's Effect on Nitric Oxide

Crews, Stephen

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Patrick S. Druckenmiller--Curriculum vitae University of Alaska Museum  

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Patrick S. Druckenmiller--Curriculum vitae 1 University of Alaska Museum 907 Yukon Dr. Fairbanks, AK 99775-6960 Tel: 907.474.6954 Fax: 907.474.5469 psdruckenmiller@alaska.edu PRESENT POSITIONS AND APPOINTMENTS Earth Sciences Curator (2007-present) University of Alaska Museum (UAM) Assistant Professor

Ickert-Bond, Steffi

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Vita: Craig McCaughrin Professor, Political Science  

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science) 1966. B.A. Wayne State University (political science, Russian) Professional Experience 1997Vita: Craig McCaughrin Professor, Political Science 320 Huntley Hall, Washington & Lee University 1975. PhD. University of Minnesota (political science) 1968. M.A. Wayne State University (political

Marsh, David

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CURRICULUM VITAE Diane M. Heislein, PT, DPT, MS, OCS  

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CURRICULUM VITAE Diane M. Heislein, PT, DPT, MS, OCS Physical Therapy Program Department of Physical Therapy and Athletic Training College of Rehabilitation and Health Sciences: Sargent College General Hospital Institute of Health Professions, Boston, MA 2002 ­ 2003 Physical Therapy, Doctorate, 2003

Guenther, Frank

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P. Olofsson Curriculum Vitae 1 Last updated: March 17, 2014  

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Commonwealth Avenue, Boston, MA 02215 Phone: 617-353-9374 (cell: 617-510-9463) E-mail: olofsson@bu.edu Web;P. Olofsson ­ Curriculum Vitae 2 Last updated: March 17, 2014 Peer-Reviewed Publications Jeon, S. B use and recent urbanization on the terrestrial carbon budget of New England. In preparation. Olofsson

Hutyra, Lucy R.

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CURRICULUM VITAE Karen Hutchinson, PT, DPT, PhD  

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CURRICULUM VITAE Karen Hutchinson, PT, DPT, PhD Boston University College of Health Braintree, MA 1986 - 1990 Peer Reviewed Publications: G. Forrest, D. Lorenz, K. Hutchinson , L. VanHiel, D.Williams, K.Hutchinson, D. Lorenz, L. Wenzel, J.Hillyer, S. Harkema Cardiovascular Parameters and Quality

Guenther, Frank

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Curriculum Vitae Xin Li School of Electrical Engineering & Computer Science  

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Curriculum Vitae ­ Xin Li School of Electrical Engineering & Computer Science and Center: (225) 578-5200 Email: xinli@lsu.edu Web: http://www.ece.lsu.edu/xinli/ 1. Education Ph.D. Computer Graphics, Vol. 18, No. 5, pp. 703 ­ 716, 2012. 8. X. Li, W. Yu + , X. Lin+ , S. S. Iyengar, "On Optimizing

Li, Xin "Shane"

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CURRICULUM VITAE David R. Hessl, Ph.D.  

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CURRICULUM VITAE David R. Hessl, Ph.D. Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences and M Associate Professor of Clinical Psychiatry. Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences and M Professor of Clinical Psychiatry. Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences and M.I.N.D. Institute

Nguyen, Danh

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CURRICULUM VITAE -REX A. HESS Date of Preparation: February 2013  

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CURRICULUM VITAE - REX A. HESS Date of Preparation: February 2013 TABLE OF CONTENTS 1.0 PERSONAL.0 PERSONAL HISTORY AND PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE 1.1 Academic Mailing Address: Dr. Rex A. Hess Department://vetmed.illinois.edu/~rexhess/hess.html 1. 2 Business Mailing Address: Dr. Rex A. Hess President, Vanguard Productions, Inc. 1113 W. John St

Hess, Rex A.

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CURRICULUM VITAE 03/10/2010 Julia Krushkal  

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1 CURRICULUM VITAE 03/10/2010 Julia Krushkal Department of Preventive Medicine, University of Preventive Medicine, The University of Tennessee Health Science Center, Memphis, TN 07.2007-present Faculty Professor (non-tenure track) Department of Preventive Medicine and Center of Genomics and Bioinformatics

Cui, Yan

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Curriculum Vitae Kyle E. Harms 1 KYLE EDWARD HARMS  

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Advisor ­ Stephen P. Hubbell; Committee ­ Andrew P. Dobson, Henry S. Horn, Stephen W. Pacala & Donald A Navarrete, #12;Curriculum Vitae ­ Kyle E. Harms ­ 2 Stuart J. Davies, Stephen P. Hubbell & James W. Dalling, S. Bunyavejchewin, S. Kiratiprayoon, A. Yaacob, M. N. N. Supardi, S. J. Davies, S. P. Hubbell, G. B

Harms, Kyle E.

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CURRICULUM VITAE FADY SK SHIBATA ALNAJJAR, PhD  

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CURRICULUM VITAE FADY SK SHIBATA ALNAJJAR, PhD Research Scientist Intelligent Behavior Control Unit[at]brain[dot]riken[dot]jp Date of Birth: February 21, 1981. Interests Neurocomputational Models of Human Brain (learning/2007 ~ 03/2010 Ph.D. in System Design Engineering, Department of Human and Artificial Intelligence Systems

Kazama, Hokto

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Ben-Moshe Boaz -Curriculum Vitae Personal Details  

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Ben-Moshe Boaz - Curriculum Vitae Personal Details Date of birth : April 2, 1971 Place of birth in a combat unit (IDF). Research Statement I am interested in both theoretical and applied aspects Design. I'm supervising about 10 undergraduate projects a year. And 4-6 graduate students in computer

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Curriculum Vitae Casey J. Law Radio Astronomy Lab  

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Curriculum Vitae ­ Casey J. Law Radio Astronomy Lab University of California Hearst Field Annex ­ B://astro.berkeley.edu/claw 1 Education Northwestern University, Ph.D., Astrophysics (2007) Boston University, M.A., Astronomy: Radio Astronomy Lab Postdoctoral Fellow at UC Berkeley. Worked with Geoff Bower, Don Backer, and Carl

Militzer, Burkhard

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Eugene Agichtein, Curriculum Vitae December 2012 Eugene Agichtein  

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Eugene Agichtein, Curriculum Vitae December 2012 Eugene Agichtein Mathematics and Computer Science Department Emory University eugene@mathcs.emory.edu 400 Dowman Drive, Suite W401 Web: http://www.mathcs.emory.edu/~eugene/ Atlanta, GA 30322 Telephone: 1-404-727-7962 RESEARCH SUMMARY Eugene Agichtein founded and leads the Emory

Agichtein, Eugene

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Eugene Agichtein, Curriculum Vitae February 2012 Eugene Agichtein  

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Eugene Agichtein, Curriculum Vitae February 2012 Eugene Agichtein Mathematics and Computer Science Department Emory University eugene@mathcs.emory.edu 400 Dowman Drive, Suite W401 Web: http://www.mathcs.emory.edu/~eugene/ Atlanta, GA 30322 Telephone: 1-404-727-7962 RESEARCH SUMMARY Eugene Agichtein founded and leads the Emory

Agichtein, Eugene

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CURRICULUM VITAE KATHERINE J. AUCOIN, PH.D.  

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ages 0-17, as well as administering parent-child interaction assessment to determine diagnostic statusCURRICULUM VITAE KATHERINE J. AUCOIN, PH.D. Jefferson Parish Human Services Authority Child Influence of Peers on Children's Emotion Regulation" o Committee: Joy D. Osofsky, Ph.D., Timothy Stickle, Ph

Li, X. Rong

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CURRICULUM VITAE STEPHANIE S. DICKEY, PhD  

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-93 PUBLICATIONS Books: Individual Author Rembrandt Face to Face. Indianapolis: Indianapolis Museum of Art, 2006CURRICULUM VITAE STEPHANIE S. DICKEY, PhD Bader Chair in Northern Baroque Art Queen's University Department of Art Ontario Hall, 67 University Ave. Kingston, ON K7L 3N6 Canada Tel. 613-533-6000, ext. 78774

Ellis, Randy

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Andrew M. Oster Curriculum Vitae Department of Mathematics  

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Andrew M. Oster Curriculum Vitae Department of Mathematics Washington and Lee University Robinson.D., Mathematics, University of Utah, 2006 Ph.D. Advisor: Paul Bressloff Biological Advisor: Alessandra Angelucci. Oster, B. Thomas, D. H. Terman, and C. P. Fall. The low conductance mitochondrial permeability

Marsh, David

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CURRICULUM VITAE Stephen T. Fife, Ph.D.  

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1 CURRICULUM VITAE Stephen T. Fife, Ph.D. March 2011 Department of Marriage and Family Therapy) 895-3117 Email: stephen.fife@unlv.edu Education: Ph.D. Marriage and Family Therapy Brigham Young University, 2004 Dissertation: A Grounded Theory of the Therapist's Perspective of Therapeutic Change

Ahmad, Sajjad

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CURRICULUM VITAE Michael D. Duffy Director of Graduate  

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CURRICULUM VITAE NAME: Michael D. Duffy Director of Graduate Professor of Economics Education in Iowa State University Sustainable Agriculture EDUCATION: Pennsylvania State Ph.D. 1981 Ag. Economics, "Farmer's Motivation for Adoption of Switchgrass" in Trends in New Crops and New Uses, ed. J. Janich and A

Duffy, Michael D.

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Curriculum Vitae Michael Perry Rupen tel.: (505) 835-7248  

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Curriculum Vitae Michael Perry Rupen tel.: (505) 835-7248 National Radio Astronomy Observatory FAX) interferometry Students James Miller-Jones 2002-present Ph.D. student at Oxford University (primary advisor: K (Amsterdam) 2002 James Miller-Jones (Oxford) 2002 #12;Michael P. Rupen 3 Summer advisor to the following

Groppi, Christopher

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Curriculum Vitae Michael Perry Rupen tel.: (505) 835-7248  

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Curriculum Vitae Michael Perry Rupen tel.: (505) 835-7248 National Radio Astronomy Observatory FAX (cm and mm) interferometry Students James Miller-Jones 2002-present Ph.D. student at Oxford University Migliari (Amsterdam) 2002 James Miller-Jones (Oxford) 2002 #12; Michael P. Rupen 3 Summer advisor

Groppi, Christopher

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THE UNIVERSITY OF BRITISH COLUMBIA Curriculum Vitae for Faculty Members  

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THE UNIVERSITY OF BRITISH COLUMBIA Curriculum Vitae for Faculty Members Date: May 5. 2009 Initials-1980 University of British Columbia M Sc Physics 1980-1982 University of British Columbia Ph D Physics 1982 The University of British Columbia Study Leave 07/2007-06/2008 8. TEACHING (a) Areas of special interest

Karczmarek, Joanna

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Nuclear Waste Technical Review Board Members: Curricula Vitae  

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Appendix A Nuclear Waste Technical Review Board Members: Curricula Vitae Dr. John E. Cantlon, Chair President George Bush appointed Dr. Cantlon to chair the Nuclear Waste Technical Review Board on May 27 emeritus of botany at Michigan State University. His diverse research interests include physiological

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CURRICULUM VITAE -RYAN H SMITH Atlantic Oceanographic and Meteorological Laboratory  

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CURRICULUM VITAE - RYAN H SMITH Atlantic Oceanographic and Meteorological Laboratory National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration 4301 Rickenbacker Causeway Miami, FL 33149 PERSONAL: Name: Ryan) 361-4328 Fax: (305) 361-4392 Email: ryan.smith@noaa.gov INTERESTS: Regional circulation of south

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Richard Zraick Curriculum Vitae July 2014 Dr. Richard I. Zraick  

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.R., Zraick, R.I., & Hadden, K. (2013). A need for health literacy curriculum: Knowledge of health literacy among U.S. audiologists and speech- language pathologists in Arkansas. Education for Health, 26 (2), 85Richard Zraick � Curriculum Vitae � July 2014 Dr. Richard I. Zraick Education Ph.D. 1998 Speech

Foroosh, Hassan

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Curriculum Vitae of KarlErik rzn Personal Data  

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Curriculum Vitae of KarlErik �rzén Personal Data Name KarlErik �rzén Born 4 Oct 1957, MalmöD Supervision · PhD thesis "Piecewise Linear Control Systems", Prof Mikael Johansson, 1999, Dept of Signals

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Curriculum Vitae Jae-Hyeon Parq, Ph.D.  

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Curriculum Vitae Jae-Hyeon Parq, Ph.D. Postdoctoral Researcher Contact: School of Earth University, Aug. 2003 Ph.D., Physics, Seoul National University (Ph.D. + M.S. united course), Aug. 2011, Myung Joon Han, and Jaejun Yu, "LDA+U Study of Electronic and Magnetic Structure of Fe Atoms

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CURRICULUM VITAE Mary M. Palaima, PT, MBA, EdD  

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CURRICULUM VITAE Mary M. Palaima, PT, MBA, EdD Physical Therapy Program Department of Physical, Certificate, 1995 Boston University, Boston, MA 1980 - 1982 Physical Therapy, Master of Science, 1982 Boston Health Professions, Physical Therapy License #4799 Certifications: APTA Clinical Instructor Employment

Guenther, Frank

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Curriculum Vitae JULIE J. KEYSOR, PhD, PT  

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Curriculum Vitae JULIE J. KEYSOR, PhD, PT Associate Professor Department of Physical Therapy-1988 BS, Physical Therapy, 1988 University of Vermont, Burlington, VT Department of Physical Therapy 1993 Hill, NC #12;J Keysor 4/2010 {PAGE } 2001-2007 Assistant Professor, Department of Physical Therapy

Guenther, Frank

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TENURE AND PROMOTION CURRICULUM VITAE OF Laura De Carli  

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TENURE AND PROMOTION CURRICULUM VITAE OF Laura De Carli Department of Mathematics and statistics in refereed journals [24] L. De Carli, D. Gorbachev, and S. Tikhonov, Pitt and Boas inequalities for Fourier) [23] L. De Carli, A. Kumar , Exponential bases and frames of L^2 of two dimensional trapezoids. 15

De Carli, Laura

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C.V. Levine page 1 CURRICULUM VITAE  

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C.V. Levine page 1 CURRICULUM VITAE Dr. Jonathan M. Levine Institute of Integrative Biology ETH Plant Ecology Graduate Seminar #12;C.V. Levine page 2 Current Topics in Ecology Model Formulation and Flora Hewlett Foundation Graduate Fellowship Research Grants- All but GeneMig awarded to J. M. Levine

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Curriculum Vitae Gender: male Date of birth: May. 1st  

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1 Curriculum Vitae Yang Liu Gender: male Date of birth: May. 1st , 1988 Mobile: 530-750-9463 E ~ June, 2011: Synthesis and self-assemblying behavior of a water-soluble NIR fluorescence molecule Synthesis and characterization of water-soluble NIR fluorescence molecule (TEGBBT) contains BBT unit. Study

Liu, Gang-yu

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Correlation between Lewis Blood Group and Secretor Character in Man  

Microsoft Academic Search

A NEW blood group character, designated as `Lewis', was first described by Mourant1, who found that the blood of 25 per cent of English people contained the Lewis factor, and that this group character is independent serologically of the ABO, MN, Rh, P, Lutheran and Kell systems. Somewhat later, Andresen2 described `anti-L sera' which are now known to be anti-Lewis

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[Lewy bodies, a misleading marker for Parkinson's disease?].  

PubMed

The Lewy body, an eosinophilic inclusion around 10 microns in diameter, is localised in the neuronal perikaryon. Its dense core is surrounded by a clear halo, which is lacking in the so-called "cortical Lewy bodies". Numerous proteins have been identified in Lewy bodies, among which the three neurofilament isoforms, ubiquitin and proteasome subunits. More recently, alpha-synuclein--a pre-synaptic protein--has been found to be the essential constituent of the Lewy body. Alpha-synuclein antibody has greatly increased the sensitivity of the neuropathological examination: it has emphasized the frequency of "Lewy neurites" (accumulation of alpha--synuclein in neuronal processes) and has shown the importance of extra-nigral pathology. Lewy bodies and neurites are indeed to be found in many areas of the central and peripheral nervous system: stellate ganglia, cardiac and enteric plexus, pigmented nuclei of the brainstem, basal nucleus of Meynert, amygdala, limbic nuclei of the thalamus, parahippocampal and cingulate gyri, insula and isocortex. Lewy body diseases include at least three clinical syndromes: 1) idiopathic Parkinson disease in which the brainstem bears the brunt of the pathology 2) Parkinson disease dementia in which Lewy lesions are found in the brainstem and are also abundant in the isocortex. A large number of senile plaques is frequently associated. 3) In dementia with Lewy bodies, the same lesions are observed but the cognitive deficit occurs first or shortly (less than one year) after the motor symptoms. PMID:14556441

Duyckaerts, Charles; Hauw, Jean-Jacques

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Dementia with Lewy bodies: early diagnostic challenges.  

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Dementia with Lewy bodies (DLB) is defined pathologically as neurodegeneration associated with Lewy bodies (LB). LB-related symptoms, including olfactory dysfunction, dysautonomia, and mood and sleep disorders, are increasingly recognized as clinical signs that enable the early detection of DLB, because these symptoms often antedate dementia by years or even decades. It remains unknown if the clinical history of LB-related symptoms is sufficient for the prodromal state of DLB to be suspected in memory clinics. We retrospectively investigated the clinical courses, including olfactory dysfunction, dysautonomia, depression, and rapid eye movement sleep behaviour disorder, of 90 patients with probable DLB. The timing of LB-related symptoms that preceded or followed relative to the onset of memory loss was calculated. LB-related symptoms were present in 79 of 90 patients (87.8%) with probable DLB before or at the time of memory loss onset. These symptoms preceded the onset of memory loss between 1.2 and 9.3 years. We also report on four non-demented patients with a clinical history of LB-related symptoms in our memory clinic. All four patients showed reduced cardiac [(123) I]-metaiodobenzylguanidine levels. Moreover, [(18) F]fluoro-D-glucose positron emission tomography scans revealed glucose hypometabolism in the occipital cortex in two patients. One patient converted to probable DLB with the development of parkinsonism 2 years after major depression was diagnosed. Based on a clinical history of LB-related symptoms, we propose a conceptual framework to identify these symptomatic but non-demented individuals that led us to suspect the underlying pathophysiology of Lewy body disease. Further prospective study is warranted to determine the clinical significance of LB-related symptoms in non-demented patients. PMID:23909972

Fujishiro, Hiroshige; Iseki, Eizo; Nakamura, Shinichiro; Kasanuki, Koji; Chiba, Yuhei; Ota, Kazumi; Murayama, Norio; Sato, Kiyoshi

2013-06-01

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Rutherford's curriculum vitae, 1894-1907.  

PubMed

A single page, handwritten document was discovered when the Macdonald Physics building of McGill University in Montreal was gutted in 1978. This proved to be the draft of Ernest Rutherford's curriculum vitae (C.V.) covering the years 1894-1907, probably written in the autumn of 1906 when Rutherford was preparing to leave McGill. The C.V. contains 21 headings in chronological order, referring to research and other activities of Rutherford and his coauthors (especially Soddy and Barnes), plus a further set of headings relating to the associated investigations of Rutherford's team, including Eve and Hahn. A transcript of the document is provided, although in several places, Rutherford's handwriting is difficult to interpret, and the significance of his abbreviations is not always clear. Each of the items in the C.V. is discussed briefly in this review, in the light both of Rutherford's personal career and of the contribution of his team to the development and understanding of radioactivity. This contribution included the cause and nature of radioactivity (with Soddy), energy aspects of radioactive decay (with Barnes), elucidation of the uranium-radium, thorium and actinium series (Godlewski and Hahn), the radioactivity of the earth and atmosphere (Eve), the nature of the gamma rays (Eve) and, perhaps most important of all, the nature and properties of the alpha particle (Rutherford himself). The latter investigations led directly to Rutherford's later work in Manchester, including the nuclear model of the atom and artificial disintegration of the nucleus. PMID:7565376

Cohen, M

1995-06-01

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NASA Lewis Research Center Futuring Workshop  

NASA Technical Reports Server (NTRS)

On October 21 and 22, 1986, the Futures Group ran a two-day Futuring Workshop on the premises of NASA Lewis Research Center. The workshop had four main goals: to acquaint participants with the general history of technology forecasting; to familiarize participants with the range of forecasting methodologies; to acquaint participants with the range of applicability, strengths, and limitations of each method; and to offer participants some hands-on experience by working through both judgmental and quantitative case studies. Among the topics addressed during this workshop were: information sources; judgmental techniques; quantitative techniques; merger of judgment with quantitative measurement; data collection methods; and dealing with uncertainty.

Boroush, Mark; Stover, John; Thomas, Charles

1987-01-01

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A Biography of Distinguished Scientist Gilbert Newton Lewis (by Edward S. Lewis)  

NASA Astrophysics Data System (ADS)

The Edward Mellen Press: Lewiston, NY, 1998. 114 pp + index. ISBN 0-7734-8284-9. $69.95. There may not be a surname better known to students of chemistry than Lewis, from the Lewis electron-dot diagrams and the Lewis theory of acids and bases. More advanced students may know of the groundbreaking textbook Thermodynamics, by Lewis and Randall. Yet few Americans know much about this remarkable U.S.-born scholar, whose contributions equal those of the greatest scientists. He is a chemist-educator of whom we should be as proud and as well informed as we are of Linus Pauling, who was part of the westward movement of science in this country that G. N. Lewis began, or of the recently deceased Glenn Seaborg, who was one of the many students of Lewis who achieved renown. Gilbert N. Lewis was born in Weymouth, Massachusetts, in 1875, but his family moved to near Lincoln, Nebraska, in 1884. He spent two years at the University of Nebraska, but then moved to Harvard when his father became an executive at Merchants Trust Company in Boston. Young Lewis (then only 17) was also said to have been disappointed with the quality of education in Nebraska, and this may have been part of the impetus for the family's move east. After earning his baccalaureate at Harvard, he taught for a year at Phillips Andover Academy before returning to Harvard to study for his doctorate, which he completed 100 years ago, in 1899, under T. W. Richards. Lewis's doctoral work was on the thermodynamics of zinc and cadmium amalgams. At that time, physical chemistry was only beginning to achieve recognition as a branch of science, and its boundaries were ill defined. Edward Lewis quotes his father as often saying, "Physical chemistry is anything interesting." Like many chemists of his time, Lewis went to Europe to complete his preparation for a career; he was in the laboratories of Ostwald in Leipzig and Nernst in Göttingen in 1900-1901. On his return to the United States, he was an instructor at Harvard until 1904, when he accepted a position that would not be considered a shrewd career move: Superintendent of Weights and Measures in Manila, Philippines! He was there only one year, but it was apparently a productive time, both in a minimally equipped laboratory and with the possible nascence of some of his ideas about bonding. In 1905, Lewis accepted a staff position at MIT, under A. A. Noyes, where he remained until 1912. At MIT, he continued his experimental work on thermodynamic systems and the development of modern thermodynamics, following the lead of J. W. Gibbs, whose work was being largely ignored by other chemists. As Noyes moved increasingly into administrative responsibilities, Lewis took over more and more of the supervision of scientific work in the laboratory. It was the capable job that he did for Noyes that led to his being offered a Professorship and Chair of the College of Chemistry at the University of California, Berkeley. The same spirit of adventure that took Lewis to Manila may be what led to his moving to scientifically backward California. In 1912, there was no serious science going on the Left Coast, and Berkeley was isolated from the nearest civilization (Chicago) by days of travel. Lewis initiated the expansion of great science westward, not only to Berkeley, but also to Caltech (in those days Throop Institute), UCLA, and Stanford. By dint of his contributions to thermodynamics and bonding theory (suggesting that electrons bond in pairs, long before there was quantum mechanical justification for such a strange idea), and his organizational and leadership talents, he turned the Berkeley Chemistry Department from a nonentity into one of the finest anywhere. Later in his career, he contributed to the understanding of the role of isotopes in chemistry and physics. This biography includes a useful listing of Lewis's 168 scientific publications. In an age when many renowned scientists have multiples of this number, it is perhaps good to be reminded that quality counts, too. His story deserves much greater recognition (he should ha

Harris, Reviewed By Harold H.

1999-11-01

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Chromatographic separation of Lewis a and Lewis x oligosaccharides as glycosynthons.  

PubMed

Lewis a and Lewis x oligosaccharides Gal beta 3(Fuc alpha 4)GlcNAc beta 3Gal beta 4Glc and Gal beta 4(Fuc alpha 3)GlcNAc beta 3Gal beta 4Glc are easily isolated as a mixture from biological fluids, including human milk. However, because they behave almost identically in most chromatographic systems, it is difficult to have each of them as a pure compound. Incidentally, we found that they were easily separated by HPLC as glycosynthons [Gal beta 3(Fuc alpha 4)GlcNAc beta 3Gal beta 4Glc-Glp-beta Ala-OBzl and Gal beta 4(Fuc alpha 3)GlcNAc beta 3Gal beta 4Glc-Glp-beta Ala-OBzl] after substitution of the terminal reducing sugar by a short peptide (pyroglutamyl-beta alanyl-O-benzyl ester) in a one-pot two-step reaction (Carbohydr. Lett. 1 (1995) 269; Bioconjug. Chem. 9 (1998) 268). Such glycosynthons are easily either converted back to native Lewis a and Lewis x oligosaccharides upon hydrazinolysis or used to synthesize glycoconjugates, such as glycoclusters, glycopeptides, glycooligonucleotides, glycosylated polymers or glycosylated matrices for therapeutic or analytical purposes. PMID:12765774

Frison, Natacha; Meunier, Laurent; Marceau, Philippe; Quétard, Christophe; Strecker, Gérard; Roche, Annie-Claude; Mayer, Roger; Monsigny, Michel

2003-01-01

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Nelson arrived at NJIT in early May, after more than a decade with the National Science Foundation  

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(NSF), a catalyst for and a champion of new ideas, like Nelson herself. She looks forward to being part abound for intersection with the humanities, social sciences, and economics as we consider where

Bieber, Michael

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JOURNAL OF BIOLOGICAL RHYTHMS / June 1998Demas, Nelson / IMMUNE FUNCTION IN DEER MICE Photoperiod, Ambient Temperature, and  

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Male Deer Mice (Peromyscus maniculatus) Gregory E. Demas and Randy J. Nelson1 Department of Psychology function and cell-mediated immunity were assessed in adult maledeer mice (Peromyscus maniculatus). Mice

Demas, Greg

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A zwitterionic carbanion frustrated by boranes--dihydrogen cleavage with weak Lewis acids via an "inverse" frustrated Lewis pair approach.  

PubMed

The synthesis, structural characterization, and acid-base chemistry of [C(SiMe2OCH2CH2OMe)3]Na (2), a sterically encumbered zwitterionic organosodium compound, is reported. 2 is a strong Brønsted base that forms frustrated Lewis pairs (FLPs) with a number of boron-containing Lewis acids ranging from weakly Lewis acidic aryl and alkyl boranes to various alkyl borates. These intermolecular FLPs readily cleave H2, which confirms that even poor Lewis acids can engage in FLP-mediated H2 cleavage provided that the present bulky base is of sufficiently high Brønsted basicity. PMID:24124979

Li, Hui; Aquino, Adelia J A; Cordes, David B; Hung-Low, Fernando; Hase, William L; Krempner, Clemens

2013-10-30

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Lewis & Clark: The National Bicentennial Exhibition  

NSDL National Science Digital Library

Beginning in January 2004, the Lewis & Clark National Bicentennial Exhibition was set on display in St. Louis to commemorate this rather pivotal event in American history -- the first transcontinental journey across North America. This complementary online exhibition is designed to let people follow in the footsteps of the expedition, and in the words of the introduction, "to meet people different from us in mind and time, and to learn to know them." The exhibit's materials can be accessed in a number of ways, including by theme, through following the trail with an interactive map, or by searching or browsing a gallery of the many pieces of visual and historical ephemera digitally archived here. Using the interactive map is wholly engrossing, as each site allows users to toggle the historic map of the journey with a contemporary map, listen to various sounds associated with each place, and in a few instances, listen to readings from the words of various persons on the expedition. In the themes area, visitors can browse through such topically arranged pieces on Discovering of Diplomacy, A World of Women, and Trade and Property. Finally, there is the collection of over 350 artifacts available for online viewing, including Meriwether Lewis's watch and the will of William Clark.

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The man who loved flies: a biographical profile of Nelson Papavero .  

PubMed

Nelson Papavero is one of the major Brazilian zoologists. His contribution to the field began in the second half of the twentieth century, when he started publishing in the areas of entomology, systematics, biogeography, and history of science, while working at graduate courses and training teachers and students. Papavero was one of the earliest Brazilian advocates of Hennig's phylogenetic systematics. In his entomological work, his first widely recognised works were the Catalogue of South American Diptera and his essays on the history of Neotropical Dipterology. Papavero's greatest contribution however, is in his Special Courses on Zoological Systematics, as well as his numerous administrative positions during his academic career. All these were fundamental to the development of zoology and comparative biology in Brazil and other Latin American countries. Here we present a biography of Nelson Papavero, along with several personal anecdotes, and his role in the development of Brazilian biological systematics over the last 50 years.  PMID:24870161

Klassa, Bruna; Santos, Charles Morphy D

2014-01-01

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Magnetic susceptibilities of Westland-Nelson plutonic rocks: Discrimination of Paleozoic and Mesozoic granitoid suites  

Microsoft Academic Search

A portable magnetic susceptibility meter allows rapid in situ estimation of the magnetite content of granitoid rocks, and hence provides a guide to their I- or S-type character.Except for some muscovite-bearing granites above about 71% SiO2 and some orthogneisses of the Charleston Metamorpbic Group, the susceptibility measurements clearly discriminate between Westland-Nelson granitoids of known Mesozoic (magnetite-bearing, I-type) and Paleozoic (magnetite-free,

A. J. Tulloch

1989-01-01

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STS-26 MS Nelson during training exercise in JSC Mockup and Integration Lab  

NASA Technical Reports Server (NTRS)

STS-26 Discovery, Orbiter Vehicle (OV) 103, Mission Specialist (MS) George D. Nelson, wearing navy blue launch and entry suit (LES) and launch and entry helmet (LEH), is seated in his launch and entry position on crew compartment trainer (CCT) middeck during a training exercise in JSC Mockup and Integration Laboratory Bldg 9A. Visible in the background are the airlock, stowed treadmill, and sleep restraints. NOTE: Photo was taken by William H. Bowers, crew photo instructor, with wide angle lens.

1988-01-01

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Climate change effects on the hydrologic regime within the Churchill-Nelson River Basin  

Microsoft Academic Search

This paper evaluates the possible effects of climate change on four hydrologic variables pertaining to the magnitude and timing of hydrologic events within the Churchill-Nelson River Basin in west-central Canada. By using the Mann-Kendall trend test, and a regionalization procedure, the severity of climatic effects within the river basin may be quantified and used to increase awareness of future consequences

Jason R Westmacott; Donald H Burn

1997-01-01

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Binding energy for hydrogen-like atoms in the Nelson model without cutoffs  

Microsoft Academic Search

In the Nelson model particles interact through a scalar massless field. For hydrogen-like atoms there is a nucleus of infinite mass and charge $Ze$, $Z > 0$, fixed at the origin and an electron of mass $m$ and charge $e$. This system forms a bound state with binding energy $E_{\\\\rm bin} = me^4Z^2\\/2$ to leading order in $e$. We investigate

Christian Hainzl; Masao Hirokawa; Herbert Spohn

2003-01-01

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Positron Emission Tomography-Computed Tomography Coregistration for Diagnosis and Intraoperative Localization in Recurrent Nelson Syndrome  

PubMed Central

Recurrent pituitary disease presents unique challenges, including in some cases difficulty localizing a tumor radiographically. Here, we present the case of a patient with recurrent Nelson syndrome whose radiographic work-up was complicated by a significant parasellar metallic artifact. Positron emission tomography ultimately localized the lesion, and coregistration with computed tomography allowed for accurate intraoperative navigation. Additionally, we review a range of imaging techniques available in the evaluation of pituitary disease. PMID:23943718

Hintz, Eric B.; Tomlin, Jeffery M.; Chengazi, Vaseem; Vates, G. Edward

2013-01-01

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Curriculum Vitae James Davis -Page 1 of 9 James E. Davis  

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Computation, 2011. Hungyu Lin, Yi Zhang, James Davis, "BCurriculum Vitae ­ James Davis - Page 1 of 9 James E. Davis 1156 High St.: SOE3 Santa Cruz, CA bus-boy, Pigeon-poop cleanup crew, pre-1990. #12;Curriculum Vitae ­ James Davis - Page 2 of 9 Awards

Davis, James E.

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Center for Food Safety & AgSecurity Investigator Vitae Professor and Chair  

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Center for Food Safety & AgSecurity Investigator Vitae Ken Lee Professor and Chair Department Commencement, December 7, 2001. #12;Center for Food Safety & AgSecurity Investigator Vitae Professional of Food Science & Technology The College of Food, Agricultural, and Environmental Sciences The Ohio State

Jones, Michelle

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Center for Food Safety & AgSecurity Investigator Vitae Executive Vice President  

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Center for Food Safety & AgSecurity Investigator Vitae David Beck Executive Vice President Center, EPRI EPIC Program #12;Center for Food Safety & AgSecurity Investigator Vitae Accomplishments for Innovative Food Technology 45 Joliette Drive Napoleon, Ohio 43545 dave.beck@eisc.org Center for Innovative

Jones, Michelle

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Center for Food Safety & AgSecurity Investigator Vitae Ahmed E. Yousef  

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Center for Food Safety & AgSecurity Investigator Vitae Ahmed E. Yousef Professor The Ohio State of the Editorial Board, Journal of Food Protection, 1998-2000. · Ad-hoc reviewer, Journal of Food Safety, Food Scholars (1995-1998). #12;Center for Food Safety & AgSecurity Investigator Vitae TEACHING · Food

Jones, Michelle

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Nathan L. Harshman Curriculum Vitae Department of Physics harshman@american.edu  

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Nathan L. Harshman ­ Curriculum Vitae 1 Department of Physics harshman@american.edu American (2012), 052122 (10 pages), arXiv: 1209.1398. Gary A. Morris, Nathan Harshman, Lee Branum-Martin, Eric of Chemical Physics, 375 (2010), 133-143. #12;Nathan L. Harshman ­ Curriculum Vitae 2 E. Kajari, N

Carlini, David

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Relationship between blood mercury levels and components of male song in Nelson's sparrows (Ammodramus nelsoni).  

PubMed

Mercury (Hg) adversely affects the health and behavior of exposed wildlife; however, behavioral effects remain largely unknown. Changes in avian singing behavior may affect a male's fitness because song reveals male quality and thus influences female mate choice and male territory-holding ability. Nelson's sparrows (Ammodramus nelsoni) live exclusively on salt marshes and risk high levels of Hg exposure and bioaccumulation. We recorded songs of male Nelson's sparrows at two locations with different Hg exposure to determine if total blood Hg concentration was related to song characteristics, as previously reported for other species. Males with higher blood Hg levels sang at higher maximum tonal frequency, but blood Hg and site location did not influence low tonal frequency and bout duration, contrary to predictions based on other species. Within the contaminated site, Hg levels were related to bouts per minute and gap duration, such that males at that site sang faster songs. Hg influences hormones and alters brain development, raising questions about specific effects on the brains and singing behavior of male Nelson's sparrows. PMID:22945769

McKay, Jennifer L; Maher, Christine R

2012-11-01

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Interleukin1 mediates Alzheimer and Lewy body pathologies  

Microsoft Academic Search

BACKGROUND: Clinical and neuropathological overlap between Alzheimer's (AD) and Parkinson's disease (PD) is now well recognized. Such cases of concurrent AD and Lewy body disease (AD\\/LBD) show neuropathological changes that include Lewy bodies (?-synuclein aggregates), neuritic amyloid plaques, and neurofibrillary tangles (hyperphosphorylated tau aggregates). The co-occurrence of these clinical and neuropathological changes suggests shared pathogenic mechanisms in these diseases, previously

W Sue T Griffin; Ling Liu; Yuekui Li; Robert E Mrak; Steven W Barger

2006-01-01

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Thoughts on Teaching: John L. Lewis, Jesus, and President Bush.  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

Bobby Ann Starnes, the author of this article, grew up with portraits of two important people displayed prominently in her home, Jesus, and John L. Lewis. Lewis, a giant among American leaders in the first half of the twentieth century, sent hundreds of organizers to help create some of the nation's leading labor unions, including the United…

Starnes, Bobby Ann

2004-01-01

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Impairments of Speech Fluency in Lewy Body Spectrum Disorder  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

Few studies have examined connected speech in demented and non-demented patients with Parkinson's disease (PD). We assessed the speech production of 35 patients with Lewy body spectrum disorder (LBSD), including non-demented PD patients, patients with PD dementia (PDD), and patients with dementia with Lewy bodies (DLB), in a semi-structured…

Ash, Sharon; McMillan, Corey; Gross, Rachel G.; Cook, Philip; Gunawardena, Delani; Morgan, Brianna; Boller, Ashley; Siderowf, Andrew; Grossman, Murray

2012-01-01

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The Organization of Narrative Discourse in Lewy Body Spectrum Disorder  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

Narrative discourse is an essential component of day-to-day communication, but little is known about narrative in Lewy body spectrum disorder (LBSD), including Parkinson's disease (PD), Parkinson's disease with dementia (PDD), and dementia with Lewy bodies (DLB). We performed a detailed analysis of a semi-structured speech sample in 32 non-aphasic…

Ash, Sharon; McMillan, Corey; Gross, Rachel G.; Cook, Philip; Morgan, Brianna; Boller, Ashley; Dreyfuss, Michael; Siderowf, Andrew; Grossman, Murray

2011-01-01

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Difficulty Processing Temporary Syntactic Ambiguities in Lewy Body Spectrum Disorder  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

While grammatical aspects of language are preserved, executive deficits are prominent in Lewy body spectrum disorder (LBSD), including Parkinson's disease (PD), Parkinson's dementia (PDD) and dementia with Lewy bodies (DLB). We examined executive control during sentence processing in LBSD by assessing temporary structural ambiguities. Using an…

Grossman, Murray; Gross, Rachel G.; Moore, Peachie; Dreyfuss, Michael; McMillan, Corey T.; Cook, Philip A.; Ash, Sherry; Siderowf, Andrew

2012-01-01

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Neuropsychological Deficits Associated with Diffuse Lewy Body Disease  

Microsoft Academic Search

Diffuse Lewy body disease (DLBD), in its pure form, is a neuropathologic condition in demented patients that is characterized by subcortical and diffusely distributed neocortical Lewy bodies with little or no concomitant Alzheimer's disease (AD) pathology. Clinically, DLBD patients initially present with dementia of insidious onset and subsequently develop mild extrapyramidal motor dysfunction. The present study retrospectively examined the neuropsychological

David P. Salmon; Douglas Galasko; Lawrence A. Hansen; Eliezer Masliah; Nelson Butters; Leon J. Thal; Robert Katzman

1996-01-01

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Congressman John Lewis Lectured at Siena on January 19, 2006  

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of the most courageous persons the Civil Rights Movement ever produced," John Lewis has dedicated his lifeCongressman John Lewis Lectured at Siena on January 19, 2006 "Civil Rights in the 21st Century" "If to protecting human rights, securing civil liberties, and building what he calls "The Beloved Community

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IVAN ALLEN COLLEGE OF LIBERAL ARTS Congressman John Lewis --  

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IVAN ALLEN COLLEGE OF LIBERAL ARTS Congressman John Lewis -- an icon of American civil rights to Congress what would become the Voting Rights Act. Lewis was one of the "Big Six" leaders of the Civil Rights Movement. He is the last surviving keynote speaker from the 1963 March on Washington, of which he

Goodisman, Michael

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GROUSE OF THE LEWIS AND CLARK EXPEDITION, 1803 TO 1806  

Microsoft Academic Search

Members of the Lewis and Clark expedition produced written descriptions of many species of wildlife, including 6 species of grouse. We reviewed the accounts of 83 grouse observations, plus summary descriptions and indirect references to grouse by Meriwether Lewis, William Clark, and 3 of their sergeants. We then assigned them to species based on described characteristics, known distributions, habitat, behavior,

FRED CZ WICKEL

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Superconducting Microwave Electronics at Lewis Research Center  

NASA Technical Reports Server (NTRS)

Over the last three years, NASA Lewis Research Center has investigated the application of newly discovered high temperature superconductors to microwave electronics. Using thin films of YBa2Cu3O7-delta and Tl2Ca2Ba2Cu3Ox deposited on a variety of substrates, including strontium titanate, lanthanum gallate, lanthanum aluminate and magnesium oxide, a number of microwave circuits have been fabricated and evaluated. These include a cavity resonator at 60 GHz, microstrip resonators at 35 GHz, a superconducting antenna array at 35 GHz, a dielectric resonator at 9 GHz, and a microstrip filter at 5 GHz. Performance of some of these circuits as well as suggestions for other applications are reported.

Warner, Joseph D.; Bhasin, Kul B.; Leonard, Regis F.

1991-01-01

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NASA Lewis Meshed VSAT Workshop meeting summary  

NASA Technical Reports Server (NTRS)

NASA Lewis Research Center's Space Electronics Division (SED) hosted a workshop to address specific topics related to future meshed very small-aperture terminal (VSAT) satellite communications networks. The ideas generated by this workshop will help to identify potential markets and focus technology development within the commercial satellite communications industry and NASA. The workshop resulted in recommendations concerning these principal points of interest: the window of opportunity for a meshed VSAT system; system availability; ground terminal antenna sizes; recommended multifrequency for time division multiple access (TDMA) uplink; a packet switch design concept for narrowband; and fault tolerance design concepts. This report presents a summary of group presentations and discussion associated with the technological, economic, and operational issues of meshed VSAT architectures that utilize processing satellites.

Ivancic, William

1993-01-01

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Chiral organoborane Lewis pairs derived from pyridylferrocene.  

PubMed

In an effort to develop a new class of redox-active chiral Lewis pairs, pyridine and borane moieties with different steric and electronic properties were introduced onto a planar chiral 1,2-disubstituted ferrocene framework. Metathesis of lithiated, stannylated, or mercuriated pyridylferrocenes with boron halides afforded (pR)-2-[bis(pentafluorophenyl)boryl]-1-(3,5-dimethylpyrid-2-yl)ferrocene (4-Pf), (pR)-2-[dimesitylboryl]-1-(3,5-dimethylpyrid-2-yl)ferrocene (4-Mes), (pS)-2-(bis(pentafluorophenyl)boryl)-1-(2-trimethylsilylpyrid-6-yl)ferrocene (5-Pf), or (pS)-2-[dimesitylboryl]-1-(2-trimethylsilylpyrid-6-yl)ferrocene (5-Mes). The borylated products were analyzed by multinuclear NMR spectroscopy, HRMS, and single-crystal X-ray diffraction. Chiral HPLC and optical-rotation measurements were employed to assess the stereoselectivity of the borylation process and to establish the correct stereochemical assignments. The strength of the B-N interactions were investigated in solution and in the solid state. Compounds 4-Pf and 4-Mes formed robust 'closed' B-N heterocyclic systems that proved to be perfectly stable to air and moisture, whereas 5-Pf established a dynamic equilibrium, in which the B-N heterocycle was observed exclusively at room temperature, but opened up at high temperature according to (19)F?NMR exchange spectroscopy data. As a consequence, 5-Pf reacted readily with a molecule of water to generate a ring-opened pyridinium borate. The combination of bulky borane and bulky pyridyl groups in 5-Mes led to a completely 'open' frustrated Lewis pair system with uncomplexed pyridine and borane groups, even at room temperature. Electrochemical studies were performed and the effect of preparative ferrocene oxidation on the structural features was also explored. PMID:24919698

Chen, Jiawei; Lalancette, Roger A; Jäkle, Frieder

2014-07-14

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CURRICULUM VITAE: Family Name: Elena Fito Given Name: Santiago F.  

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CURRICULUM VITAE: Family Name: Elena Fito Given Name: Santiago F. Passport Number: 25 396 106 N-Cerezo, E., Elena, S.F., Moya, A. and García-Arenal, F. (1991) High genetic stability in natural populations of the plant RNA virus U5-TMV. J. Mol. Evol. 32: 328-332. #12; 3 2. Elena, S.F., Dopazo, J., Diener, T

Elena, Santiago F.

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Polysomnographic Findings in Dementia With Lewy Bodies  

PubMed Central

Introduction The clinical features of dementia with Lewy bodies (DLB) during wakefulness are well known. Other than REM sleep behavior disorder (RBD), only limited data exists on other sleep disturbances and disorders in DLB. We sought to characterize the polysomnographic (PSG) findings in a series of DLB patients with sleep-related complaints. Methods Retrospective study of patients with DLB who underwent clinical PSG at Mayo Clinic Rochester or Mayo Clinic Jacksonville over an almost 11 year span for evaluation of dream enactment behavior, excessive nocturnal movements, sleep apnea, hypersomnolence, or insomnia. The following variables were analyzed: respiratory disturbance index (RDI) in disordered breathing events/hour, periodic limb movement arousal index (PLMAI), arousals for no apparent reason (AFNAR), total arousal index (TAI), presence of REM sleep without atonia (RSWA), and percent sleep efficiency (SE). Results Data on 78 patients (71M, 7F) were analyzed. The mean age was 71 ± 8 years. Seventy-five (96%) patients had histories of recurrent dream enactment during sleep with 83% showing confirmation of RSWA +/- dream enactment during PSG. Mean RDI = 11.9 ± 5.8, PLMAI = 5.9 ± 8.5, AFNARI = 10.7 ± 12.0, and TAI = 26.6 ± 17.4. SE was <80% in 72% of the sample, <70% in 49%, and <60% in 24%. In patients who did not show evidence of significant disordered breathing (23 with RDI<5), 62% of arousals were AFNARs. In those patients who had significant disordered breathing (55 with RDI ? 5), 36% of arousals were AFNARs. Six patients underwent evaluations with PSG plus MSLT. Two patients had mean initial sleep latencies less than five minutes, and both had RDI<5. No patient had any sleep onset rapid eye movement periods. Nineteen patients have undergone neuropathologic examination, and 18 have had limbic- or neocortical-predominant Lewy body pathology. One had progressive supranuclear palsy, but no REM sleep was recorded in prior PSG. Conclusions In patients with DLB and sleep-related complaints, several sleep disturbances in addition to RBD are frequently present. In this sample, about three quarters had a significant number of arousals not accounted for by a movement or breathing disturbance, and the primary sleep disorders do not appear to entirely account for the poor sleep efficiency in DLB, especially in those without a significant breathing disorder. Further studies are warranted to better understand the relationship between disturbed sleep, arousal and DLB; such characterization may provide insights into potential avenues of treatment of symptoms which could impact quality of life. PMID:23269098

Pao, Winnie C.; Boeve, Bradley F.; Ferman, Tanis J.; Lin, Sioung-Chi; Smith, Glenn E.; Knopman, David S.; Graff-Radford, Neill R.; Petersen, Ronald C.; Parisi, Joseph E.; Dickson, Dennis W.; Silber, Michael H.

2013-01-01

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Mercury levels of Nelson's and saltmarsh sparrows at wintering grounds in Virginia, USA.  

PubMed

Nelson's and saltmarsh sparrows (Ammodramus nelsoni and A. caudacutus) have recently been recognized as separate species, and because of their limited distributions and the susceptibility of their wetland habitats to climate change, these two new species are of conservation concern. Both species are known to bioaccumulate mercury at breeding sites in New England, USA where their ranges overlap, with the saltmarsh sparrow reported to have twice the concentration of blood total mercury. In this study we sampled both species on their shared wintering grounds, and documented that mercury exposure is lower than that reported for the breeding range, with saltmarsh sparrow blood mercury 2.6 times higher than in Nelson's sparrow. Feather mercury, which is incorporated on the breeding grounds, confirmed that saltmarsh sparrows had incorporated 2.3 times more mercury than Nelson's sparrows during the previous breeding season. A comparison of stable isotopes of nitrogen and carbon suggests that the higher exposure of saltmarsh sparrows may be not due to feeding at a higher trophic level, as previously hypothesized, but rather could be related to a difference in the carbon source at the base of each species' food chain. This study, along with recently published data from both species on additional breeding and wintering grounds, provides a more complete picture of relative mercury exposure. Saltmarsh sparrows are exposed to mercury levels that warrant concern, with the highest exposure being during the breeding season. Areas set aside for the long-term conservation of this species should be carefully assessed for mercury bioaccumulation. PMID:21698442

Cristol, Daniel A; Smith, Fletcher M; Varian-Ramos, Claire W; Watts, Bryan D

2011-11-01

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Neurofibrillary tangles and Lewy bodies in the locus ceruleus neurons of the aged brain  

Microsoft Academic Search

The presence of Lewy body and neurofibrillary tangle in the locus ceruleus neurons of aged brain is described. Ultrastructural study revealed that in some Lewy bodies the presence of “twisted tubules” or “paired helical filaments” amongst the filaments of the Lewy body. A quantitative analysis of serial sections of locus ceruleus from aged brain, incidences of the Lewy body and

M. Tomonaga

1981-01-01

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The translation invariant massive Nelson model: III. Asymptotic completeness below the two-boson threshold  

E-print Network

We show asymptotic completeness of two-body scattering for a class of translation invariant models describing a single quantum particle (the electron) linearly coupled to a massive scalar field (bosons). Our proof is based on a recently established Mourre estimate for these models. In contrast to previous approaches, it requires no number cutoff, no restriction on the particle-field coupling strength, and no restriction on the magnitude of total momentum. Energy, however, is restricted by the two-boson threshold, admitting only scattering of a dressed electron and a single asymptotic boson. The class of models we consider include the UV-cutoff Nelson and polaron models.

Wojciech Dybalski; Jacob Schach Møller

2012-10-24

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Wyndham Lewis's Art Criticism in The Listener, 1946-1951  

NSDL National Science Digital Library

Wyndham Lewis was an important and influential British artist in the twentieth century, and he was also well known for his art criticism and fiction. This digital collection sponsored by the Arts & Humanities Research Council brings together his art criticism from The Listener magazine between 1946 and 1951. The project was directed by the University of Plymouth and the University of La Rioja, and it also contains selected essays by Jan Cox on Lewis's criticism and a detailed introductory essay by Alan Munton. Visitors can click on "The Articles" area to read Lewis's writings and also use the "Artists Referred to in Articles and Letters" heading to look for Lewis's references to Salvador Dali, Francis Bacon, and Henri Matisse. Any visitors with an interest in art history and criticism will find much to admire and enjoy at this site.

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Technical Communication Technical Communication (Lewis Department of Humanities)  

E-print Network

@iit.edu Effective communication is critical in times of rapid tech- nological change, wherever increasing amountsTechnical Communication Technical Communication (Lewis Department of Humanities) Siegel Hall 218 architecture, instructional design, technical and profes- sional communication, and international technical

Heller, Barbara

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Distance Learning With NASA Lewis Research Center's Learning Technologies Project  

NASA Technical Reports Server (NTRS)

The NASA Lewis Research Center's Learning Technologies Project (LTP) has responded to requests from local school district technology coordinators to provide content for videoconferencing workshops. Over the past year we have offered three teacher professional development workshops that showcase NASA Lewis-developed educational products and NASA educational Internet sites. In order to determine the direction of our involvement with distance learning, the LTP staff conducted a survey of 500 U.S. schools. We received responses from 72 schools that either currently use distance learning or will be using distance learning in 98-99 school year. The results of the survey are summarized in the article. In addition, the article provides information on distance learners, distance learning technologies, and the NASA Lewis LTP videoconferencing workshops. The LTP staff will continue to offer teacher development workshops through videoconferencing during the 98-99 school year. We hope to add workshops on new educational products as they are developed at NASA Lewis.

Petersen, Ruth

1998-01-01

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Computational fluid dynamics at the Lewis Research Center: An overview  

NASA Technical Reports Server (NTRS)

Lewis is a multidisciplinary Center with strong research and development programs in aeronautical and space propulsion, power, space communications, space experiments and materials. Computational fluid dynamics (CFD) is playing an important and growing role in most of these areas. Described here is how CFD is integrated into these programs and highlights elements of the CFD activities. Examples are presented of codes developed to predict flow fields in advanced propulsion systems and several of the code validation experiments are described. The CFD effort at Lewis ranges from basic research on new and improved algorithms through code development to the application of these codes to specific engineering problems. Because of the substantial improvement in CFD's predictive capability, its use at Lewis is on a steep growth path, spreading rapidly into new areas which had not traditionally taken advantage of the techniques of numerical simulation. Multidisciplinary codes and the future direction of CFD at Lewis are discussed.

Stubbs, Robert M.

1989-01-01

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Existential dynamic therapy ("VITA") for treatment-resistant depression with cluster C disorder: matched comparison to treatment as usual.  

PubMed

Existential suffering may contribute to treatment-resistant depression. The "VITA" treatment model was designed for such patients with long-standing depression accompanied by existential and/or religious concerns. This naturalistic effectiveness study compared the VITA model (n = 50) with a "treatment as usual" comparison group (TAU; n = 50) of patients with treatment-resistant depression and cluster c comorbidity. The TAU patients were matched on several characteristics with the VITA patients. The VITA model included existential, dynamic, narrative and affect-focused components. The VITA group had significantly greater improvement on symptom distress and relational problems during treatment and from pre-treatment to 1-year follow-up. Patients in the VITA, at follow-up, were more likely to be employed and less likely be using psychotropic medications. PMID:22690951

Stålsett, Gry; Gude, Tore; Rønnestad, M Helge; Monsen, Jon T

2012-09-01

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NASA Lewis Stirling engine computer code evaluation  

NASA Technical Reports Server (NTRS)

In support of the U.S. Department of Energy's Stirling Engine Highway Vehicle Systems program, the NASA Lewis Stirling engine performance code was evaluated by comparing code predictions without engine-specific calibration factors to GPU-3, P-40, and RE-1000 Stirling engine test data. The error in predicting power output was -11 percent for the P-40 and 12 percent for the Re-1000 at design conditions and 16 percent for the GPU-3 at near-design conditions (2000 rpm engine speed versus 3000 rpm at design). The efficiency and heat input predictions showed better agreement with engine test data than did the power predictions. Concerning all data points, the error in predicting the GPU-3 brake power was significantly larger than for the other engines and was mainly a result of inaccuracy in predicting the pressure phase angle. Analysis into this pressure phase angle prediction error suggested that improvements to the cylinder hysteresis loss model could have a significant effect on overall Stirling engine performance predictions.

Sullivan, Timothy J.

1989-01-01

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ISDN at NASA Lewis Research Center  

NASA Technical Reports Server (NTRS)

An expository investigation of the potential impact of the Integrated Services Digital Network (ISDN) at NASA Lewis Research Center is described. To properly frame the subject, the paper contains a detailed survey of the components of Narrowband ISDN. The principles and objectives are presented as decreed by the Consultative Committee for International Telephone and Telegraph (CCITT). The various channel types are delineated and their associated service combinations are described. The subscriber-access network functions are explained pictorially via the ISDN reference configuration. A section on switching techniques is presented to enable the reader to understand the emergence of the concept of fast packet switching. This new technology is designed to operate over the high bandwidth, low error rate transmission media that characterizes the LeRC environment. A brief introduction to the next generation of networks is covered with sections on Broadband ISDM (B-ISDN), Asynchronous Transfer Mode (ATM), and Synchronous Optical Networks (SONET). Applications at LeRC are presented, first in terms of targets of opportunity, then in light of compatibility constraints. In-place pilot projects and testing are described that demonstrate actual usage at LeRC.

Bakes, Catherine Murphy; Goldberg, Fredric; Eubanks, Steven W.

1992-01-01

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NASA Lewis Stirling engine computer code evaluation  

SciTech Connect

In support of the US Department of Energy's Stirling Engine Highway Vehicle Systems program, the NASA Lewis Stirling engine performance code was evaluated by comparing code predictions without engine-specific calibration factors to GPU-3, P-40, and RE-1000 Stirling engine test data. The error in predicting power output was /minus/11 percent for the P-40 and 12 percent for the RE-1000 at design conditions and 16 percent for the GPU-3 at near-design conditions (2000 rpm engine speed versus 3000 rpm at design). The efficiency and heat input predictions showed better agreement with engine test data than did the power predictions. Concerning all data points, the error in predicting the GPU-3 brake power was significantly larger than for the other engines and was mainly a result of inaccuracy in predicting the pressure phase angle. Analysis into this pressure phase angle prediction error suggested that improvement to the cylinder hysteresis loss model could have a significant effect on overall Stirling engine performance predictions. 13 refs., 26 figs., 3 tabs.

Sullivan, T.J.

1989-01-01

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Diffuse Lewy Body Disease: Clinical, Pathological, and Neuropsychological Review  

Microsoft Academic Search

The pathophysiological etiologies and clinical presentations of neurodegenerative dementias have been found to be complex and heterogeneous. Recently, Lewy body inclusions have been identified as an etiological factor in 20–34% of autopsied dementia cases. The term diffuse Lewy body disease (DLBD) is generally accepted as the diagnostic term representative of this currently under-reported and under-recognized disease. This article reviews the

Cheryl A. Luis; Wiley Mittenberg; Carlton S. Gass; Ranjan Duara

1999-01-01

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Alcohol consumption, Lewis phenotypes, and risk of ischemic heart disease  

Microsoft Academic Search

The authors have previously found an increased risk of ischemic heart disease (IHD) in men with the Lewis phenotype Le(a[minus]b[minus]) and suggested that the Lewis blood group has a close genetic relation with insulin resistance. The authors have investigated whether any conventional risk factors explain the increased risk in Le(a[minus]b[minus]) men. 3,383 men aged 53-75 years were examined in 1985-86,

H. O. Hein; P. Suadicani; F. Gyntelberg; H. Sorenson

1993-01-01

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Identifying Hydrological Controls in the Lower Nelson River Basin utilizing Stable Water Isotopes  

NASA Astrophysics Data System (ADS)

In 2010 a Stable Water Isotope (SWI) Monitoring Network was established within the lower Nelson River Basin (LNRB) (approximately 90,000 km2) in northern Manitoba, Canada, through a joint collaboration between the University of Manitoba and Manitoba Hydro (MH). The monitoring network encompasses over 60 sites where surface waters are regularly sampled, four sites sampling isotopes in precipitation, two sites utilizing drive point piezometers for the isotopic sampling of baseflow waters, and one site collecting evaporatively enriched water samples from an evaporation pan. In addition, two synoptic surveys have been completed in June 2011 and July 2012 to obtain annual snapshots of the monitoring network at a point in time. Currently, over 700 samples have been collected and analyzed. The LNRB contains approximately 9% of the total Nelson River Basin (NRB) drainage area, which encompasses an area of over 1 million km2. A diversion from the Churchill River through the Rat/Burntwood system routes an additional portion of flow into the northwest portion of the LNRB. The LNRB is significant to MH's network as it represents 75% of their power generation potential through six generating stations, thus resulting in a large portion of the basin being regulated. The watershed is topographically flat, therefore the movement and runoff of water, as well as isotopic composition of streamflow, is suspected to be highly impacted by changes in landscape and hydrography. The LNRB is a coniferous and wetland dominated basin, with almost 35% of the land cover composed of coniferous forest and 40% comprised of wetlands and lakes. Interpretation of the LNRB isotope framework shows that the major water sources (rainfall, snowfall, groundwater and surface waters) and rivers are isotopically distinct from one another. The main stem of the Nelson River shows little spatial or temporal variability, with an average ?18O of -10.6‰ and a standard deviation of 0.5‰ throughout the sampling period. Conversely, the main stem of the Burntwood River system shows increased variability relative to the Nelson River and overall is more depleted (average ?18O of -12.9‰ and a standard deviation of 0.75‰). Many of the headwater tributaries to the Nelson and Burntwood River systems such as Birchtree Brook, and the Minago, Gunisao, Grass, Odei, Footprint and Sapochi Rivers show large temporal and spatial variability due to relatively smaller drainage areas and differences in typology and connectivity. For this reason, further investigation into the correlation of land cover with isotopic composition is assessed for the aforementioned tributaries to better establish the hydrological controls (i.e., sources and sinks) for each sub-basin at the mesoscale. Results signify a strong relationship between percent wetland coverage and the slope of the Local Evaporation Line (SLEL) for headwater sub-basins (R2=0.99), indicating the likelihood of enhanced evaporative enrichment for sub-basins with increased wetland coverage. The collection of SWI's within the LNRB will help to develop a comprehensive understanding of water sources and cycling in this basin with the end goal of improving hydrological forecasting tools to predict, with improved certainty, future water availability for hydroelectric power production.

Delavau, C. J.; Smith, A. A.; Stadnyk, T.; Koenig, K.

2012-12-01

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Capgras syndrome in Dementia with Lewy Bodies  

PubMed Central

Background Capgras syndrome is characterized by the recurrent, transient belief that a person has been replaced by an identical imposter. We reviewed clinical characteristics of Dementia with Lewy Bodies (DLB) patients with Capgras syndrome compared to those without Capgras. Methods We identified 55 consecutive DLB patients (11 cases with Capgras syndrome (DLB-C) and 44 cases without evidence of Capgras (DLB). Semi-structured interviews with the patient and an informant, neurological exams, and neuropsychological testing were performed. Caregivers were assessed for caregiver burden and depression. Primary comparisons were made between DLB-C and DLB. Exploratory analyses using stepwise logistic regression and bootstrap analyses were performed to determine clinical features associated with Capgras. Results DLB-C patients experienced more visual hallucinations and self-reported anxiety, had higher scores on the Neuropsychiatric Inventory, and were less likely to be treated with cholinesterase inhibitors at time of initial evaluation. Extrapyramidal symptoms and depression were not associated with Capgras. Caregivers of DLB-C patients had higher caregiver burden. DLB-C was associated with self-reported anxiety (OR 10.9; 95% CI 2.6-47.6). In a bootstrap analysis, clinical findings that were predictors of Capgras included visual hallucinations (log(OR) 18.3; 95% CI 17.9-19.3) and anxiety (log(OR) 2.9; 95% CI (0.31-20.2). Conclusions Our study suggests that Capgras syndrome is common in DLB and usually occurs in the presence of anxiety and visual hallucinations, suggesting related etiopathogenesis. Early appreciation of Capgras syndrome may afford the opportunity to alleviate caregiver burden and improve patient and caregiver outcomes. PMID:23211760

Thaipisutikul, Papan; Lobach, Iryna; Zweig, Yael; Gurnani, Ashita; Galvin, James E.

2014-01-01

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Broxton W. Bird Curriculum Vitae1 Broxton W. Bird, Ph.D The Ohio State University  

E-print Network

Broxton W. Bird Curriculum Vitae1 Broxton W. Bird, Ph.D The Ohio State University Work: (614) 247. Mark B. Abbott Dissertation: Millennial- to annual-scale Holocene climate change in the Alaskan Arctic

Howat, Ian M.

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CURRICULUM VITAE OF QUANLIN ZHOU 06/2014 Earth Sciences Division, MS 74R316C  

E-print Network

1 CURRICULUM VITAE OF QUANLIN ZHOU 06/2014 Earth Sciences Division, MS 74R316C Lawrence Berkeley Postdoctoral Fellow Earth Sciences Division Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory (LBNL) 1 Cyclotron Road, MS

Zhou, Quanlin

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A stable proportion of Lewy body bearing neurons in the substantia nigra suggests a model in which the Lewy body causes neuronal death  

Microsoft Academic Search

Lewy bodies in Parkinson disease could be innocent bystanders or active agents responsible for neuronal death. Eighteen elderly patients with a Parkinson syndrome were studied prospectively and selected postmortem on the presence of Lewy bodies (14 cases with Parkinson disease, four with dementia with Lewy bodies). Information on disease duration was available in 17 cases. While akinesia and rigidity were

Sandrine Greffard; Marc Verny; Anne-Marie Bonnet; Danielle Seilhean; Jean-Jacques Hauw; Charles Duyckaerts

2010-01-01

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The spectrum of cognitive impairment in Lewy body diseases.  

PubMed

Cognitive impairment represents an important and often defining component of the clinical syndromes of Lewy body disorders: Parkinson's disease and dementia with Lewy bodies. The spectrum of cognitive deficits in these Lewy body diseases encompasses a broad range of clinical features, severity of impairment, and timing of presentation. It is now recognized that cognitive dysfunction occurs not only in more advanced Parkinson's disease but also in early, untreated patients and even in those patients with pre-motor syndromes, such as rapid eye movement behavior disorder and hyposmia. In recent years, the concept of mild cognitive impairment as a transitional or pre-dementia state in Parkinson's disease has emerged. This has led to much research regarding the diagnosis, prognosis, and underlying neurobiology of mild cognitive impairment in Parkinson's disease, but has also raised questions regarding the usefulness of this concept and its application in clinical and research settings. In addition, the conundrum of whether Parkinson's disease dementia and dementia with Lewy bodies represent the same or different entities remains unresolved. Although these disorders overlap in many aspects of their presentations and pathophysiology, they differ in other elements, such as timing of cognitive, behavioral, and motor symptoms; medication responses; and neuropathological contributions. This article examines the spectrum and evolution of cognitive impairment in Lewy body disorders and debates these controversial issues in the field using point-counterpoint approaches. PMID:24757110

Goldman, Jennifer G; Williams-Gray, Caroline; Barker, Roger A; Duda, John E; Galvin, James E

2014-04-15

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Neuropathologic analysis of Lewy-related ?-synucleinopathy in olfactory mucosa.  

PubMed

We analyzed the incidence and extent of Lewy-related ?-synucleinopathy (LBAS) in the olfactory mucosa, as well as the central and peripheral nervous systems of consecutive autopsy cases from a general geriatric hospital. The brain and olfactory mucosa were immunohistochemically examined using antibodies raised against phosphorylated ?-synuclein. Thirty-nine out of 105 patients (37.1%) showed LBAS in the central or peripheral nervous systems. Seven patients presented LBAS (Lewy neurites) in the olfactory lamina propria mucosa. One out of the seven cases also showed a Lewy neurite in a bundle of axons in the cribriform plate, but ?-synuclein deposits were not detected in the olfactory receptor neurons. In particular, high incidence of ?-synuclein immunopositive LBAS in the olfactory mucosa was present in the individuals with clinically as well as neuropathologically confirmed Parkinson's disease and dementia with Lewy bodies (6/8 cases, 75%). However, this pathologic alteration was rare in the cases with incidental or subclinical Lewy body diseases (LBD) (one out of 31 cases, 3.2%). In the olfactory bulb, the LBAS was usually present in the glomeruli and granular cells of most symptomatic and asymptomatic cases with LBD. Our studies further confirmed importance of the olfactory entry zone in propagation of LBAS in the human aging nervous system. PMID:22672612

Funabe, Sayaka; Takao, Masaki; Saito, Yuko; Hatsuta, Hiroyuki; Sugiyama, Mikiko; Ito, Shinji; Kanemaru, Kazutomi; Sawabe, Motoji; Arai, Tomio; Mochizuki, Hideki; Hattori, Nobutaka; Murayama, Shigeo

2013-02-01

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The relative playfulness of juvenile Lewis and Fischer-344 rats.  

PubMed

The relative playfulness of inbred Lewis and Fischer-344 rats was characterized. Fischer rats were consistently less playful than Lewis rats, with rats of this strain less likely to initiate playful interactions with either responsive or unresponsive partners and also less likely to respond playfully when playful solicitations were directed to them. While less playful, Fischer rats were more socially inquisitive than Lewis rats when tested with an unresponsive partner, suggesting that Fischer rats are less likely to escalate a social encounter into a playful one. Strain differences in playful responsiveness were present with or without prior social isolation, suggesting that this aspect of play represents a relatively stable trait difference. Unlike play responsiveness, strain differences in play solicitation were only apparent after a period of social isolation. Low levels of play were still present in Fischer rats that had been reared by Lewis dams, suggesting a genetic source for the altered play in rats of this strain. Further studies of play behavior in Lewis and Fischer rats could illuminate relevant neural involvement in rough-and-tumble play and also help understand the genetic bases for this complex social behavior. PMID:14637239

Siviy, Stephen M; Love, Nicole J; DeCicco, Brian M; Giordano, Sara B; Seifert, Tara L

2003-11-01

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Lewis rats have greater response impulsivity than Fischer rats.  

PubMed

Impulsivity, a tendency toward immediate action without consideration of future consequences, is associated with a wide array of problematic behaviors. Response impulsivity, a type of behaviorally-assessed impulsivity characterized by behavioral disinhibition, is also associated with health risk behaviors. Response impulsivity is distinct from choice impulsivity, which is characterized by intolerance for delay. Lewis rats have higher levels of choice impulsivity than Fischer rats (Anderson & Woolverton, 2005; Madden et al., 2008; Stein et al., 2012). However, no studies have examined whether Lewis and Fischer rats have different levels of response impulsivity. The present research examined response impulsivity in the two rat strains. Subjects were 16 male Lewis and Fischer rats. Rats' response impulsivity was measured using the Five Choice Serial Reaction Time Task (5-CSRTT). In addition, their locomotor activity was measured in locomotor activity chambers. Lewis rats had more premature responses than Fischer rats during the 5-CSRTT assessment [F(1, 14)=5.34, p<0.05], indicating higher levels of response impulsivity. Locomotor activity did not differ between rat strain groups [F(1, 14)=3.05, p=.10], suggesting that overall movement did not account for group differences in response impulsivity on the 5-CSRTT. It can be concluded from this research that Lewis rats have higher levels of response impulsivity than Fischer rats, and therefore provide a valid rat model of individual differences in impulsivity. PMID:24613059

Hamilton, Kristen R; Potenza, Marc N; Grunberg, Neil E

2014-11-01

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78 FR 23588 - Final Supplementary Rules for the Morley Nelson Snake River Birds of Prey National Conservation...  

Federal Register 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013

...State's population resides. It is located in Ada, Canyon...extending 81 miles along the Snake River. The NCA includes...within the Morley Nelson Snake River Birds of Prey National...is permitted, provided it does not occur on...the canyon walls of the Snake River within the...

2013-04-19

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Exploiting BitTorrent For Fun (But Not Profit) Nikitas Liogkas, Robert Nelson, Eddie Kohler, and Lixia Zhang  

E-print Network

Exploiting BitTorrent For Fun (But Not Profit) Nikitas Liogkas, Robert Nelson, Eddie Kohler}@cs.ucla.edu ABSTRACT This paper assesses BitTorrent's robustness against selfish peers, who try to download more than and evaluate their effectiveness on public and private tor- rents. In practice, BitTorrent appears quite robust

Kohler, Eddie

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Toward a More Complete Alloy , Timothy Nelson1, Daniel J. Dougherty1, Kathi Fisler1, and Shriram Krishnamurthi2  

E-print Network

Toward a More Complete Alloy , Timothy Nelson1, Daniel J. Dougherty1, Kathi Fisler1, and Shriram, such as Alloy, charge users with providing bounds on the sizes of models. It would be preferable--which Alloy inhabits-- than in the one-sorted case. This paper studies this phenomenon in the general set

Krishnamurthi, Shriram

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Accessory phase petrogenesis in relation to major phase assemblages in pelites from the Nelson contact aureole, southern British Columbia  

Microsoft Academic Search

Monazite petrogenesis in the Nelson contact aureole is the result of allanite breakdown close to, but downgrade and therefore independent of, major phase isograds involving cordierite, andalusite and staurolite. The development of garnet downgrade of the staurolite and andalusite isograds does not appear to affect the onset of the allanite-to-monazite reaction but does affect the textural development of monazite. In

H. S. TOMKINS; D. R. M. PATTISON

2007-01-01

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Characterization of Search Engine Caches Frank McCown, Michael L. Nelson, Old Dominion University; Norfolk, Virginia/USA  

E-print Network

Characterization of Search Engine Caches Frank McCown, Michael L. Nelson, Old Dominion University). At Old Dominion University, we are engaged in a number of research projects that utilize SE caches relies on SE caches, we have un- dertaken what we believe to be the first quantitative analysis of SE

Nelson, Michael L.

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SOLENOID-LESS PLASMA START-UP IN NSTX USING TRANSIENT CHI , B.A. Nelson1  

E-print Network

-axisymmetric perturbations of the plasma equilibrium was needed for plasma startup using the CHI process in STs; with the plasma facing side coated with 0.03 mm plasma sprayed tungsten. The inner vessel components includingSOLENOID-LESS PLASMA START-UP IN NSTX USING TRANSIENT CHI R. Raman1 , B.A. Nelson1 , D. Mueller2

Princeton Plasma Physics Laboratory

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JOURNAL OF BIOLOGICAL RHYTHMS / June 1998Demas, Nelson / MELATONIN AND IMMUNE FUNCTION Exogenous Melatonin Enhances Cell-Mediated,  

E-print Network

male deer mice (Peromyscus maniculatus), as well as the role of gonadal steroid hormones in mediating Melatonin Enhances Cell-Mediated, but Not Humoral, Immune Function in Adult Male Deer Mice (Peromyscus maniculatus) Gregory E. Demas and Randy J. Nelson1 Department of Psychology, Behavioral Neuroendocrinology

Demas, Greg

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Nelson Mandela and F. W. de Klerk: A Comparative Rhetorical Analysis of their Visions of a New South Africa1  

Microsoft Academic Search

This study examined the rhetoric of two South African leaders, F.W de Klerk and Nelson Mandela, from 1990 to 1994, to determine their respective rhetorical visions of a new South Africa and the rhetorical strategies used to gain identification with their audiences.

Mary A. Brockett

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'We Shall Crush Apartheid': Nelson Mandela, Steve Biko and the Rhetoric of the South African Anti-Apartheid Jeremiad  

Microsoft Academic Search

This essay recognizes the social protest rhetoric of former President Nelson Mandela and Black Consciousness Movement founder Steve Biko as jeremiads that called for social change in the midst of the apartheid despotic structure. Although they employed varying methods while delivering their jeremiads, they sought to fulfill their missions as representatives of justice and social equality. The uncovering of an

Willie J. Harrell

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Optical gain characteristics of staggered InGaN quantum wells lasers Hongping Zhao and Nelson Tansu  

E-print Network

a hybrid quantum well/quantum dot laser structure Appl. Phys. Lett. 100, 041118 (2012) Time-dynamicsO/SnO nanocomposites AIP Advances 2, 012133 (2012) Ultra-broad spontaneous emission and modal gain spectrum fromOptical gain characteristics of staggered InGaN quantum wells lasers Hongping Zhao and Nelson Tansu

Gilchrist, James F.

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TO: Paul Robbins, Director, Nelson Institute for Environmental Studies; Deans of L&S and CALS, and supporting departments  

E-print Network

) Dr. Peter McIntyre, Center for Limnology, Member-at-Large Dr. Katherine (Trina) McMahon, Civil. Jonathan Pauli, Forest & Wildlife Ecology, Member-at-Large Dr. Emily Stanley, Center of Limnology, NEON of Science Horticulture Nelson Institute for Environmental Studies Landscape Architecture Limnology

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Lewis Base Activation of Lewis Acids – Group 13. In Situ Generation and Reaction of Borenium Ions  

PubMed Central

A variety of Lewis bases were combined with 9-BBN-NTf2 to establish the requirements for the generation of borenium cations. Five different types of behavior were found, but the most interesting was the combination of Et3N, DABCO, 2,6-lutidine, or Ph3P=S which formed borenium ions exclusively even in sub- or superstoichiometric quantities. The 9-BBN borenium ion complex of 2,6-lutidine was found to rapidly catalyze the hydrosilylation of a variety of ketones in the presence of Et3SiH. Preliminary mechanistic experiments suggest that the reduction involves borenium ion activation of Et3SiH and not the ketone. PMID:24347789

Denmark, Scott E.; Ueki, Yusuke

2013-01-01

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Habitat Selection and Reproductive Success of Lewis's Woodpecker (Melanerpes lewis) at Its Northern Limit  

PubMed Central

Lewis's Woodpecker (Melanerpes lewis) has experienced population declines in both Canada and the United States and in 2010 was assigned a national listing of threatened in Canada. We conducted a two-year study (2004–2005) of this species at its northern range limit, the South Okanagan Valley in British Columbia, Canada. Our main objective was to determine whether the habitat features that influenced nest-site selection also predicted nest success, or whether other factors (e.g. cavity dimensions, clutch initiation date or time of season) were more important. Nest tree decay class, density of suitable cavities and total basal area of large trees were the best predictors of nest-site selection, but these factors were unrelated to nesting success. Estimates of demographic parameters (mean ± SE) included daily nest survival rate (0.988±0.003, years combined), nest success (0.52±0.08), clutch size (5.00±0.14 eggs), female fledglings per successful nest (1.31±0.11), and annual productivity (0.68±0.12 female fledglings per nest per year). Although higher nest survival was associated with both early and late initiated clutches, early-initiated clutches allowed birds to gain the highest annual productivity as early clutches were larger. Nests in deep cavities with small entrances experienced lower predation risk especially during the peak period of nest predation. We concluded that nest-site selection can be predicted by a number of easily measured habitat variables, whereas nest success depended on complicated ecological interactions among nest predators, breeding behaviors, and cavity features. Thus, habitat-based conservation strategies should also consider ecological factors that may not be well predicted by habitat. PMID:23028525

Zhu, Xiang; Srivastava, Diane S.; Martin, Kathy

2012-01-01

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Habitat selection and reproductive success of Lewis's Woodpecker (Melanerpes lewis) at its northern limit.  

PubMed

Lewis's Woodpecker (Melanerpes lewis) has experienced population declines in both Canada and the United States and in 2010 was assigned a national listing of threatened in Canada. We conducted a two-year study (2004-2005) of this species at its northern range limit, the South Okanagan Valley in British Columbia, Canada. Our main objective was to determine whether the habitat features that influenced nest-site selection also predicted nest success, or whether other factors (e.g. cavity dimensions, clutch initiation date or time of season) were more important. Nest tree decay class, density of suitable cavities and total basal area of large trees were the best predictors of nest-site selection, but these factors were unrelated to nesting success. Estimates of demographic parameters (mean ± SE) included daily nest survival rate (0.988±0.003, years combined), nest success (0.52±0.08), clutch size (5.00±0.14 eggs), female fledglings per successful nest (1.31±0.11), and annual productivity (0.68±0.12 female fledglings per nest per year). Although higher nest survival was associated with both early and late initiated clutches, early-initiated clutches allowed birds to gain the highest annual productivity as early clutches were larger. Nests in deep cavities with small entrances experienced lower predation risk especially during the peak period of nest predation. We concluded that nest-site selection can be predicted by a number of easily measured habitat variables, whereas nest success depended on complicated ecological interactions among nest predators, breeding behaviors, and cavity features. Thus, habitat-based conservation strategies should also consider ecological factors that may not be well predicted by habitat. PMID:23028525

Zhu, Xiang; Srivastava, Diane S; Smith, James N M; Martin, Kathy

2012-01-01

394

Rivers, Edens, Empires: Lewis & Clark and the Revealing of America  

NSDL National Science Digital Library

A premiere exhibition that focuses on western exploration, Rivers, Edens, Empires: Lewis & Clark and the Revealing of America is scheduled to open at the Library of Congress in July 2003. For the Internet community, the Library of Congress has provided an online exhibit featuring some of the artifacts that will showcase at the actual exhibition, along with background information on each piece. A few of the artifacts users will encounter on this site include a 1785 map of western North America drawn by Peter Pond, Thomas Jefferson's "Cipher for the Lewis & Clark expedition," Clark's compass and case, his drawings of Indian canoes, and Lewis & Clark's track map. Although a brief overview, this site is great for those wanting a sneak preview of the actual exhibit, and may spark enough interest to inspire some to attend the exhibition next year.

2002-01-01

395

Effects of non-unity Lewis numbers in diffusion flames  

NASA Technical Reports Server (NTRS)

The purpose of this work is to carry out direct numerical simulations of diffusion controlled combustion with non-unity Lewis numbers for the reactants and products, thus accounting for the differential diffusion effects of the temperature and concentration fields. We use a formulation based on combining the conservation equations in a way to eliminate the reaction terms similar to the method used by Burke and Schumann (1928) for unity Lewis numbers. We present calculations for an axisymmetric fuel jet and for a planar, time evolving mixing layer, leaving out the effects of thermal expansion and variations of the transport coefficients due to the heat release. Our results show that the front of the flame shifts toward the fuel or oxygen sides owing to the effect of the differential diffusion and that the location of maximum temperature may not coincide with the flame. The dependence of the distribution of the reaction products on their Lewis number has been investigated.

Linan, A.; Orlandi, P.; Verzicco, R.; Higuera, F. J.

1994-01-01

396

The impact of 25 years of "Humanae Vitae".  

PubMed

In 1968, Pope Paul VI reinforced the Catholic Church's position forbidding contraception in an encyclical known as "Humanae Vitae." The current Pope, John Paul II, has reiterated this position and stated that use of condoms is forbidden, even to prevent HIV transmission. Several public figures, including the IPPF President and the British Overseas Development Minister, have sought to initiate a dialogue with the Pope to express concern about population growth in developing countries. The Catholic Church is currently opposing efforts on the part of the Presidents of Peru and the Philippines to expand access to family planning (FP) programs. Many of the 500,000 women who die each year of pregnancy complications would have used contraceptives and lived, and an estimated 300 million developing world couples have no access to modern contraception, yet desire no more children. Many Catholics disagree with the Church's stance; 87% of US Catholics surveyed in 1992 stated that FP is the couple's choice. After 25 years of "Humanae Vitae," it is time for the Church to enter into dialogue and join efforts to improve life on earth in the next century. PMID:12345157

1993-08-01

397

Creating Curriculum Vitae for Understanding People on the Web  

NASA Astrophysics Data System (ADS)

When users find information about people from the results of Web people searches, they often need to browse many obtained Web pages and check much unnecessary information. This task is time-consuming and complicates the understanding of the designated people. We investigate a method that integrates the useful information obtained from Web pages and displays them to understand people. We focus on curriculum vitae, which are widely used for understanding people. We propose a method that extracts event sentences from Web pages and displays them like a curriculum vita. The event sentence includes both time and events related to a person. Our method is based on the following: (1) extracting event sentences using heuristics and filtering them, (2) judging whether event sentences are related to a designated person by mainly using the patterns of HTML tags, (3) classifying these sentences to categories by SVM, and (4) clustering event sentences including both identical times and events. Experimental results revealed the usefulness of our proposed method.

Ueda, Hiroshi; Murakami, Harumi; Tatsumi, Shoji

398

Summary of Research Report Lewis Incubator for Technology  

NASA Technical Reports Server (NTRS)

This report summarizes the work done to establish and operate the Lewis Incubator for Technology (LIFT) for the period July 1996 through September 2000. The Lewis Incubator helps the startup and growth of technology-based businesses with the potential to incorporate technology from the NASA Glenn Research Center. During the grant period, LIFT began operation, met or exceeded all key performance measures, and continues its operation through a new cooperative agreement with NASA Glenn and also through continued funding from the State of Ohio.

Zeman, Wayne P.

2000-01-01

399

Utilization of NASA Lewis mobile terminals for the Hermes satellite  

NASA Technical Reports Server (NTRS)

The high power of the Hermes satellite enables two-way television and voice communication with small ground terminals. The Portable Earth Terminal (PET) and the Transportable Earth Terminal (TET) were developed and built by NASA-Lewis to provide communications capability to short-term users. The NASA-Lewis mobile terminals are described in terms of vehicles and onboard equipment, as well as operation aspects, including use in the field. The section on demonstrations divides the uses into categories of medicine, education, technology and government. Applications of special interest within each category are briefly described.

Edelman, E. A.; Fiala, J. L.; Rizzolla, L.

1977-01-01

400

Bibliography of Lewis Research Center technical contributions announced in 1976  

NASA Technical Reports Server (NTRS)

Abstracts of Lewis authored publications and publications resulting from Lewis managed contracts which were announced in the 1976 issues of STAR (Scientific and Technical Aerospace Reports) and IAA (International Aerospace Abstracts) are presented. Research reports, journal articles, conference presentations, patents and patent applications, and these are included. The arrangement is by NASA subject category. Citations indicate report literature (identified by their N-numbers) and the journal and conference presentations (identified by their A-numbers). A grouping of indexes helps locate specific publications by author (including contractor authors), contractor organization, contract number, and report number.

1977-01-01

401

Space Chemical Propulsion Test Facilities at NASA Lewis Research Center  

NASA Technical Reports Server (NTRS)

The NASA Lewis Research Center, located in Cleveland, Ohio, has a number of space chemical propulsion test facilities which constitute a significant national space testing resource. The purpose of this paper is to make more users aware of these test facilities and to encourage their use through cooperative agreements between the government, industry, and universities. Research which is of interest to the government is especially encouraged and often can be done in a cooperative manner that best uses the resources of all parties. An overview of the Lewis test facilities is presented.

Urasek, Donald C.; Calfo, Frederick D.

1993-01-01

402

Catholic Reflections for an Updated Donum Vitae Instruction: A New Catholic Challenge in a Post-Christian Europe  

Microsoft Academic Search

On February 22, 1987, the Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith published the Donum Vitae Instruction. Twenty years later, on February 22, 2007, Pope Benedict XVI asked for an update of this Instruction. According to the Donum Vitae Instruction of 1987, the principle of the holiness of life imposes respect for human persons from the very beginning of human

Stéphane Bauzon

2008-01-01

403

N-Methylacridinium Salts: Carbon Lewis Acids in Frustrated Lewis Pairs for ?-Bond Activation and Catalytic Reductions.  

PubMed

N-methylacridinium salts are Lewis acids with high hydride ion affinity but low oxophilicity. The cation forms a Lewis adduct with 4-(N,N-dimethylamino)pyridine but a frustrated Lewis pair (FLP) with the weaker base 2,6-lutidine which activates H2 , even in the presence of H2 O. Anion effects dominate reactivity, with both solubility and rate of H2 cleavage showing marked anion dependency. With the optimal anion, a N-methylacridinium salt catalyzes the reductive transfer hydrogenation and hydrosilylation of aldimines through amine-boranes and silanes, respectively. Furthermore, the same salt is active for the catalytic dehydrosilylation of alcohols (primary, secondary, tertiary, and ArOH) by silanes with no observable over-reduction to the alkanes. PMID:25195917

Clark, Ewan R; Ingleson, Michael J

2014-10-13

404

33 CFR 117.899 - Youngs Bay and Lewis and Clark River.  

Code of Federal Regulations, 2011 CFR

...REGULATIONS Specific Requirements Oregon § 117.899 Youngs Bay and Lewis and...short blast. (b) The draw of the Oregon State (Old Youngs Bay) highway...short blast. (c) The draw of the Oregon State (Lewis and Clark River)...

2011-07-01

405

Altered Thyroid Axis Function in Lewis Rats with Genetically Defective Hypothalamic CRH/VP Neurosecretory Cells.  

National Technical Information Service (NTIS)

Lewis rats display a hyporesponsive hypothalamo-pituitary- adrenocortical (HPA) axis, overproduction of cytokines, and susceptibility to inflammatory disease. The Lewis corticotropin-releasing hormone (CRH) neurosecretory system contains normal numbers of...

M. H. Whitnall, R. C. Smallridge

1997-01-01

406

LAPWAI CREEK STUDY, LEWIS AND NEZ PERCE COUNTIES, IDAHO. 1979  

EPA Science Inventory

During Water Year 1979, a water quality study was conducted on the Lapwai Creek in Nez Perce and Lewis Counties, Idaho (17060306) to obtain background information on nonpoint source pollution impacts and for effluent limitation development. The study involved approximately bi-mo...

407

Early Discriminatory Diagnosis of Dementia with Lewy Bodies  

Microsoft Academic Search

Background: The clinical diagnostic criteria for dementia with Lewy bodies (DLB) have a low sensitivity, and there are no generally accepted biomarkers to distinguish DLB from other dementias. Our aim was to identify biomarkers that may differentiate DLB from Alzheimer’s disease (AD). Method: We performed a systematic literature search for studies of EEG, imaging techniques and genetic and CSF markers

Dag Aarsland; Martin Kurz; Mona Beyer; Kolbjørn Bronnick; Sabine Piepenstock Nore; Clive Ballard

2008-01-01

408

Experimental allergic encephalomyelitis in pituitary-grafted Lewis rats  

Microsoft Academic Search

Treatment of susceptible rats with dopaminergic agonists that reduce prolactin release decreases both severity and duration of clinical signs of experimental allergic encephalomyelitis (EAE). To assess to what extent the presence of an ectopic pituitary (that produces an increase in plasma prolactin levels mainly derived from the ectopic gland) affects EAE, 39 male Lewis rats were submitted to pituitary grafting

Ana I Esquifino; Pilar Cano; Agustín Zapata; Daniel P Cardinali

2006-01-01

409

REGIONAL INEQUALITY AND THE TRADE CYCLE Michael Corliss & Phil Lewis  

E-print Network

income to further explore the effect economic growth has had upon regional inequalities. Here we findREGIONAL INEQUALITY AND THE TRADE CYCLE Michael Corliss & Phil Lewis Centre for Labour Market Research, University of Canberra, Australia Abstract The debate over regional inequality and economic

410

Diffuse Lewy body disease: clinical features in 15 cases  

Microsoft Academic Search

Fifteen cases of diffuse Lewy body disease were diagnosed on pathological grounds during a single year in one health district. The range and frequency of clinical features contrast strikingly with previous reports. The majority of cases presented with classical levodopa-responsive Parkinson's disease either alone (6 cases) or with mild cognitive impairment (3 cases); the remaining 6 cases presented with cognitive

E J Byrne; G Lennox; J Lowe; R B Godwin-Austen

1989-01-01

411

A prospective study of dementia with Lewy bodies  

Microsoft Academic Search

Background: little is known about the longitudinal course of dementia with Lewy bodies (DLB) and how this differs from Alzheimer's disease (AD). Method: standardized baseline and annual assessments of cognitive and non-cognitive symptoms are reported in a cohort of 72 patients with DLB or AD. AD was diagnosed using the NLNCDS ADRDA criteria and DLB was diagnosed with the criteria

CLIVE G. BALLARD; JOHN O'BRIEN; KATH LOWERY; GARETH A. AYRE; RICHARD HARRISON; ROBERT PERRY; PAUL INCE; DAVID NEILL; IAN G. MCKEITH

1998-01-01

412

Bibliography of Lewis Research Center technical publications announced in 1980  

NASA Technical Reports Server (NTRS)

This compilation of abstracts describes and indexes over 780 research reports, journal articles, conference presentations, patents and patent applications, and theses resulting from the scientific and engineering work performed and managed by the Lewis Research Center in 1980. All the publications were announced in Scientific and Technical Aerospace Reports and/or International Aerospace Abstracts.

1981-01-01

413

Synthesis, characterization, anion complexation and electrochemistry of cationic Lewis acids  

E-print Network

to adjacent electrophilic methylium center which is unprecedented. As a result of its strong fluoride affinity, [45]+ is able to react with KF in aqueous media at pH 7.0. The electrochemistry study of these cationic Lewis boranes reveals that the cationic...

Chiu, Ching-Wen

2009-05-15

414

Bibliography of Lewis Research Center technical publications announced in 1982  

NASA Technical Reports Server (NTRS)

The technical reporting that resulted from the scientific and engineering work performed and managed by the Lewis Research Center in 1982 is described. All the publications were announced in the 1982 issues of STAR (Scientific and Technical Aerospace Reports) and/or IAA (International Aerospace Abstracts). Included are research reports, journal articles, conference presentations, patents and patent applications, and theses.

1983-01-01

415

Research and technology highlights of the Lewis Research Center  

NASA Technical Reports Server (NTRS)

Highlights of research accomplishments of the Lewis Research Center for fiscal year 1984 are presented. The report is divided into four major sections covering aeronautics, space communications, space technology, and materials and structures. Six articles on energy are included in the space technology section.

1984-01-01

416

From Onions to Broccoli: Generalizing Lewis's counterfactual logic  

E-print Network

From Onions to Broccoli: Generalizing Lewis's counterfactual logic Patrick Girard Stanford revision, in which the linearity of the spheres need not occur. The resulting logic is called broccoli then show that broccoli logic is a well-known conditional logic, the Burgess-Veltman minimal con- ditional

Amsterdam, University of

417

Lifting distributions to tangent and jet bundles Andrew D. Lewis  

E-print Network

Lifting distributions to tangent and jet bundles Andrew D. Lewis 19/05/1998 Last updated: 17/08/2001 Abstract Two natural means are provided to lift a distribution from a manifold to its tangent bundle might ask for a "lifted" distribution on TM. For example, three possible natural properties are: L1

Lewis, Andrew D.

418

Proteomic identification of novel proteins associated with Lewy bodies  

PubMed Central

The manifestation of Lewy bodies (LB) in the brain is a hallmark of Parkinson’s disease. Here, we present a comprehensive analysis of protein elements in Lewy bodies by comparative mass spectrometry. Cortical LB inclusions were enriched by sucrose gradient centrifugation from postmortem brains, and a negative control sample was prepared from specimen without LB pathology. Whereas ~550 proteins were identified in the LB-enriched sample by mass spectrometry, quantitative comparison with the control sample revealed that ~40 proteins were co-enriched with ?-synuclein, the major component in Lewy bodies. As expected, the list of proteins included previously reported constituents, such as those involved in protein folding, membrane trafficking and oxidative stress. More interestingly, we discovered in the LB-enriched sample several kinases (MAPKK1/MEK1, protein kinase C, and doublecortin-like kinase), a novel deubiquitinating enzyme (otubain 1), and numerous ubiquitin ligases (KPC and SCF). The proteomic studies provide enzyme candidates to investigate the regulation of ?-synuclein and/or other LB proteins, which may contribute to the formation of Lewy bodies and the toxicity of ?-synuclein in the related neurodegenerative disorders. PMID:18508479

Xia, Qiangwei; Liao, Lujian; Cheng, Dongmei; Duong, Duc M.; Gearing, Marla; Lah, James J.; Levey, Allan I.; Peng, Junmin

2009-01-01

419

Modified NASA-Lewis chemical equilibrium code for MHD applications  

NASA Technical Reports Server (NTRS)

A substantially modified version of the NASA-Lewis Chemical Equilibrium Code was recently developed. The modifications were designed to extend the power and convenience of the Code as a tool for performing combustor analysis for MHD systems studies. The effect of the programming details is described from a user point of view.

Sacks, R. A.; Geyer, H. K.; Grammel, S. J.; Doss, E. D.

1979-01-01

420

Gary L. Lewis, Acting Director Volume 12, Number 1  

E-print Network

years, involved the study of alternative solutions to water supply problems in the Upper Big Blue NRDGary L. Lewis, Acting Director Volume 12, Number 1 ANNUAL REPORT - NEBRASKA WATER RESOURCES CENTER Water Resources Center was established by the Water Resources Research Act passed by Congress in 1964

Nebraska-Lincoln, University of

421

Effects of Lewis Number on Temperatures of Spherical Diffusion Flames  

NASA Technical Reports Server (NTRS)

Spherical diffusion flames supported on a porous sphere were studied numerically and experimentally. Experiments were performed in 2.2 s and 5.2 s microgravity facilities. Numerical results were obtained from a Chemkin-based program. The program simulates flow from a porous sphere into a quiescent environment, yields both steady-state and transient results, and accounts for optically thick gas-phase radiation. The low flow velocities and long residence times in these diffusion flames lead to enhanced radiative and diffusive effects. Despite similar adiabatic flame temperatures, the measured and predicted temperatures varied by as much as 700 K. The temperature reduction correlates with flame size but characteristic flow times and, importantly, Lewis number also influence temperature. The numerical results show that the ambient gas Lewis number would have a strong effect on flame temperature if the flames were steady and nonradiating. For example, a 10% decrease in Lewis number would increase the steady-state flame temperature by 200 K. However, for these transient, radiating flames the effect of Lewis number is small. Transient predictions of flame sizes are larger than those observed in microgravity experiments. Close agreement could not be obtained without either increasing the model s thermal and mass diffusion properties by 30% or reducing mass flow rate by 25%.

Santa, K. J.; Sun, Z.; Chao, B. H.; Sunderland, P. B.; Axelbaum, R. I.; Urban, D. L.; Stocker, D. P.

2007-01-01

422

Bibliography of Lewis Research Center Technical Publications announced in 1991  

NASA Technical Reports Server (NTRS)

This compilation of abstracts describes and indexes the technical reporting that resulted from the scientific engineering work performed and managed by the Lewis Research Center in 1991. All the publications were announced in the 1991 issues of STAR (Scientific and Technical Aerospace Reports) and/or IAA (International Aerospace Abstracts). Included are research reports, journal articles, conference presentations, patents and patent applications, and theses.

1992-01-01

423

Telling Lewis Hine's Story: Russell Freedman's "Kids at Work."  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

In "Kids at Work," Russell Freedman explores the world of child labor during the years 1908-1918 when Lewis Hine, "teacher-crusader," worked as an investigative photographer for the National Child Labor Committee (NCLC). Hine's writing and the photos he gathered from across the country revealed a "shocking reality that most Americans had never…

Zarnowski, Myra

424

Extra Credit assignment: the tattooed islanders problem Lewis Bowen  

E-print Network

Extra Credit assignment: the tattooed islanders problem Lewis Bowen Texas A&M University August 26. Not long after a person is born, their forehead is tattooed with a symbol; either a moon or a star. Custom forbids any discussion of the tattoos. Because there are no mirrors or reflective surfaces on the island

Bowen, Lewis

425

Diffuse Lewy body disease: correlative neuropathology using anti-ubiquitin immunocytochemistry  

Microsoft Academic Search

Diffuse Lewy body disease is an important pathological substrate of the common syndrome of parkinsonian dementia. The new technique of anti-ubiquitin immunocytochemistry has been used in a correlative quantitative neuropathological study of fifteen cases of diffuse Lewy body disease, showing that the severity of dementia is related to cortical Lewy body density, whilst subcortical abnormalities make a much less significant

G Lennox; J Lowe; M Landon; E J Byrne; R J Mayer; R B Godwin-Austen

1989-01-01

426

33 CFR 117.899 - Youngs Bay and Lewis and Clark River.  

Code of Federal Regulations, 2010 CFR

... false Youngs Bay and Lewis and Clark River. 117.899 Section 117.899 Navigation...899 Youngs Bay and Lewis and Clark River. (a) The draw of the US101...to the drawtender at the Lewis and Clark River Bridge by marine radio,...

2010-07-01

427

33 CFR 117.899 - Youngs Bay and Lewis and Clark River.  

... false Youngs Bay and Lewis and Clark River. 117.899 Section 117.899 Navigation...899 Youngs Bay and Lewis and Clark River. (a) The draw of the US101...to the drawtender at the Lewis and Clark River Bridge by marine radio,...

2014-07-01

428

33 CFR 117.899 - Youngs Bay and Lewis and Clark River.  

Code of Federal Regulations, 2012 CFR

... false Youngs Bay and Lewis and Clark River. 117.899 Section 117.899 Navigation...899 Youngs Bay and Lewis and Clark River. (a) The draw of the US101...to the drawtender at the Lewis and Clark River Bridge by marine radio,...

2012-07-01

429

33 CFR 117.899 - Youngs Bay and Lewis and Clark River.  

Code of Federal Regulations, 2013 CFR

... false Youngs Bay and Lewis and Clark River. 117.899 Section 117.899 Navigation...899 Youngs Bay and Lewis and Clark River. (a) The draw of the US101...to the drawtender at the Lewis and Clark River Bridge by marine radio,...

2013-07-01

430

A bidentate Lewis acid with a telluronium ion as an anion-binding site  

Microsoft Academic Search

The search for receptors that can selectively capture small and potentially toxic anions in protic media has sparked a renewed interest in the synthesis and anion-binding properties of polydentate Lewis acids. Seeking new paradigms to enhance the anion affinities of such systems, we synthesized a bidentate Lewis acid that contains a boryl and a telluronium moiety as Lewis acidic sites.

Haiyan Zhao; François P. Gabbaï

2010-01-01

431

Microgravity noncontact temperature requirements at NASA Lewis Research Center  

NASA Technical Reports Server (NTRS)

NASA Lewis Research Center is currently supporting 66 microgravity science and applications projects. The 66 projects are separated into 23 flight projects and 43 ground-based projects. The part of the NASA Lewis program dealing with flight experiments is divided into six areas: Combustion Science, Materials Science, Fluid Physics, Instrumentation/Equipment, Advanced Technology Development, and Space Station Multi-User Facility studies. The part of the NASA Lewis program dealing with ground-based experiments is coincidentally also divided into six areas: Electronic Materials, Combustion Science, Fluid Dynamics and Transport Phenomena, Metals and Alloys, Glasses and Ceramics, and Physics and Chemistry Experiments. Several purposes exist for ground-based experimenting. Preliminary information is necessary before a decision can be made for flight status, the short low gravity durations available in ground facilities are adequate for a particular study, or extensive ground-based research must be conducted to define and support the microgravity science endeavors contemplated for space. Not all of the 66 microgravity science and application projects at NASA Lewis have temperature requirements, but most do. Since space allocation does not permit a review of all the pertinent projects, a decision was made to restrict the coverage to the science flight projects, flight projects minus the advanced technology development, and multiuser facility efforts. Very little is lost by this decision as the types of temperature requirements for science flight projects can be considered representative of those for the ground-based projects. The noncontact temperature needs at NASA Lewis, as represented by the science flight projects are discussed by describing briefly the experiments themselves, by displaying an illustration of each experimental setup, and by specifying their temperature requisites.

Santoro, G.

1989-01-01

432

Liquid-fuel burning with nonunitary Lewis number  

SciTech Connect

An analysis is presented for liquid-fuel vaporization and burning with nonunitary Lewis number (i.e., nonsimilar heat and mass diffusion) in a general geometrical situation, e.g., a dense spray. Variable transport properties are considered and only Stefan flow is allowed. The analysis builds on the approach of Imaoka and Sirignano for unitary Lewis number. Fickian diffusion with differing diffusivities for each species is considered. It is shown that the problem can conveniently be separated, using a mass-flux potential function, into a one-dimensional problem for the quasi-steady, gas-phase scalar properties and a three-dimensional problem for the mass-flux potential, which satisfies Laplace's equation. This allows some previous calculations of the potential function for unitary Lewis number to be used for the potential-function solution. The scalar properties are shown to be functions of the mass-flux potential only. It is demonstrated that a mass-flux-weighted sensible specific enthalpy is more natural and convenient than the traditional mass-weighted value. This modification results in a new definition of the Lewis number. A generalization of the classical Spalding heat transfer number is presented. The theory predicts scalar gas-phase profiles, flame position, and vaporization rates. Quantitative results are presented for special cases where the Lewis number is piecewise constant. The thin-flame temperature and the effective latent heat of vaporization can be determined as functions of the liquid-surface temperature via solution of nonlinear algebraic equations; these values do not depend on the specific configuration and therefore have some universality. (author)

Sirignano, William A. [Department of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering, University of California, Irvine, CA 92697-3975 (United States)

2007-02-15

433

Ethical discourse in an age cognisant of perspective. Reflections on Derrida’s ‘the laws of reflection: Nelson Mandela, in Admiration’  

Microsoft Academic Search

Synopsis  This essay explores the challenge ofarticulating ethical discourse in an age cognisant of perspective, intentionally, through Jacques Derrida’s admiration for Nelson Mandela in ‘The Laws of Reflection: Nelson Mandela, In Admiration.’\\u000a For Derrida, Mandela affirms anoriginary trace of human dignity, yet performatively reconceived through perspectival testimony and conscience, drawing from heterogeneous\\u000a headings in Tribal lore and European law. Mandela exemplifies

Stephen Curkpatrick

2001-01-01

434

A systematic revision of Baconia Lewis (Coleoptera, Histeridae, Exosternini)  

PubMed Central

Abstract Here we present a complete revision of the species of Baconia. Up until now there have been 27 species assigned to the genus (Mazur, 2011), in two subgenera (Binhister Cooman and Baconia s. str.), with species in the Neotropical, Nearctic, Palaearctic, and Oriental regions. We recognize all these species as valid and correctly assigned to the genus, and redescribe all of them. We synonymize Binhister, previously used for a polyphyletic assemblage of species with varied relationships in the genus. We move four species into Baconia from other genera, and describe 85 species as new, bringing the total for the genus to 116 species. We divide these into 12 informal species groups, leaving 13 species unplaced to group. We present keys and diagnoses for all species, as well as habitus photos and illustrations of male genitalia for nearly all. The genus now contains the following species and species groups: Baconia loricata group [Baconia loricata Lewis, 1885, B. patula Lewis, 1885, Baconia gounellei (Marseul, 1887a), Baconia jubaris (Lewis, 1901), Baconia festiva (Lewis, 1891), Baconia foliosoma sp. n., Baconia sapphirina sp. n., Baconia furtiva sp. n., Baconia pernix sp. n., Baconia applanatis sp. n., Baconia disciformis sp. n., Baconia nebulosa sp. n., Baconia brunnea sp. n.], Baconia godmani group [Baconia godmani (Lewis, 1888), Baconia venusta (J. E. LeConte, 1845), Baconia riehli (Marseul, 1862), comb. n., Baconia scintillans sp. n., Baconia isthmia sp. n., Baconia rossi sp. n., Baconia navarretei sp. n., Baconia maculata sp. n., Baconia deliberata sp. n., Baconia excelsa sp. n., Baconia violacea (Marseul, 1853), Baconia varicolor (Marseul, 1887b), Baconia dives (Marseul, 1862), Baconia eximia (Lewis, 1888), Baconia splendida sp. n., Baconia jacinta sp. n., Baconia prasina sp. n., Baconia opulenta sp. n., Baconia illustris (Lewis, 1900), Baconia choaspites (Lewis, 1901), Baconia lewisi Mazur, 1984], Baconia salobrus group [Baconia salobrus (Marseul, 1887b), Baconia turgifrons sp. n., Baconia crassa sp. n., Baconia anthracina sp. n., Baconia emarginata sp. n., Baconia obsoleta sp. n.], Baconia ruficauda group [Baconia ruficauda sp. n., Baconia repens sp. n.], Baconia angusta group [Baconia angusta Schmidt, 1893a, Baconia incognita sp. n., Baconia guartela sp. n., Baconia bullifrons sp. n., Baconia cavei sp. n., Baconia subtilis sp. n., Baconia dentipes sp. n., Baconia rubripennis sp. n., Baconia lunatifrons sp. n.], Baconia aeneomicans group [Baconia aeneomicans (Horn, 1873), Baconia pulchella sp. n., Baconia quercea sp. n., Baconia stephani sp. n., Baconia irinae sp. n., Baconia fornix sp. n., Baconia slipinskii Mazur, 1981, Baconia submetallica sp. n., Baconia diminua sp. n., Baconia rufescens sp. n., Baconia punctiventer sp. n., Baconia aulaea sp. n., Baconia mustax sp. n., Baconia plebeia sp. n., Baconia castanea sp. n., Baconia lescheni sp. n., Baconia oblonga sp. n., Baconia animata sp. n., Baconia teredina sp. n., Baconia chujoi (Cooman, 1941), Baconia barbarus (Cooman, 1934), Baconia reposita sp. n., Baconia kubani sp. n., Baconia wallacea sp. n., Baconia bigemina sp. n., Baconia adebratti sp. n., Baconia silvestris sp. n.], Baconia cylindrica group [Baconia cylindrica sp. n., Baconia chatzimanolisi sp. n.], Baconia gibbifer group [Baconia gibbifer sp. n., B. piluliformis sp. n., Baconia maquipucunae sp. n., Baconia tenuipes sp. n., Baconia tuberculifer sp. n., Baconia globosa sp. n.], Baconia insolita group [Baconia insolita (Schmidt, 1893a), comb. n., Baconia burmeisteri (Marseul, 1870), Baconia tricolor sp. n., Baconia pilicauda sp. n.], Baconia riouka group [Baconia riouka (Marseul, 1861), Baconia azuripennis sp. n.], Baconia famelica group [Baconia famelica sp. n., Baconia grossii sp. n., Baconia redemptor sp. n., Baconia fortis sp. n., Baconia longipes sp. n., Baconia katieae sp. n., Baconia cavifrons (Lewis, 1893), comb. n., Baconia haeterioides sp. n.], Baconia micans group [Baconia micans (Schmidt, 1889a), Baconia carinifrons sp. n., Baconia fulgida (Schmidt, 1889c)], Baconia incertae sedis [Baconi

Caterino, Michael S.; Tishechkin, Alexey K.

2013-01-01

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Imaging and acetylcholinesterase inhibitor response in dementia with Lewy bodies  

PubMed Central

Acetylcholinesterase inhibitors are commonly used to treat patients with dementia with Lewy bodies. Hippocampal atrophy on magnetic resonance imaging and amyloid-? load on positron emission tomography are associated with the Alzheimer’s disease-related pathology in patients with dementia with Lewy bodies. To date, few studies have investigated imaging markers that predict treatment response in patients with dementia with Lewy bodies. Our objective was to determine whether imaging markers of Alzheimer’s disease-related pathology such as hippocampal volume, brain amyloid-? load on 11C Pittsburgh compound B positron emission tomography predict treatment response to acetylcholinesterase inhibitors in patients with dementia with Lewy bodies. We performed a retrospective analysis on consecutive treatment-naive patients with dementia with Lewy bodies (n?=?54) from the Mayo Clinic Alzheimer’s Disease Research Centre who subsequently received acetylcholinesterase inhibitors and underwent magnetic resonance imaging with hippocampal volumetry. Baseline and follow-up assessments were obtained with the Mattis Dementia Rating Scale. Subjects were divided into three groups (reliable improvement, stable or reliable decline) using Dementia Rating Scale reliable change indices determined previously. Associations between hippocampal volumes and treatment response were tested with analysis of covariance adjusting for baseline Dementia Rating Scale, age, gender, magnetic resonance field strength and Dementia Rating Scale interval. Seven subjects underwent 11C Pittsburgh compound B imaging within 12 weeks of magnetic resonance imaging. Global cortical 11C Pittsburgh compound B retention (scaled to cerebellar retention) was calculated in these patients. Using a conservative psychometric method of assessing treatment response, there were 12 patients with reliable decline, 29 stable cases and 13 patients with reliable improvement. The improvers had significantly larger hippocampi than those that declined (P?=?0.02) and the stable (P?=?0.04) group. An exploratory analysis demonstrated larger grey matter volumes in the temporal and parietal lobes in improvers compared with those who declined (P?Lewy bodies who do not have the imaging features of coexistent Alzheimer’s disease-related pathology are more likely to cognitively improve with acetylcholinesterase inhibitor treatment. PMID:22810436

Graff-Radford, Jonathan; Boeve, Bradley F.; Pedraza, Otto; Ferman, Tanis J.; Przybelski, Scott; Lesnick, Timothy G.; Vemuri, Prashanthi; Senjem, Matthew L.; Smith, Glenn E.; Knopman, David S.; Lowe, Val; Jack, Clifford R.; Petersen, Ronald C.

2012-01-01

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The translation Invariant Massive Nelson Model: II. The Continuous Spectrum Below the Two-boson Threshold  

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In this paper we continue the study of the energy-momentum spectrum of a class of translation invariant, linearly coupled, and massive Hamiltonians from non-relativistic quantum field theory. The class contains the Hamiltonians of E. Nelson and H. Froehlich. One of us previously investigated the structure of the ground state mass shell and the bottom of the continuous energy-momentum spectrum. Here we study the continuous energy-momentum spectrum itself up to the two-boson threshold, the threshold for energetic support of two-boson scattering states. We prove that non-threshold embedded mass shells have finite multiplicity and can accumulate only at thresholds. We furthermore establish the non-existence of singular continuous energy-momentum spectrum. Our results hold true for all values of the particle-field coupling strength but only below the two-boson threshold. The proof revolves around the construction of a certain relative velocity vector field used to construct a conjugate operator in the sense of Mourre.

Jacob Schach Møller; Morten Grud Rasmussen

2012-07-28

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An observational study of ice effects on Nelson River estuarine variability, Hudson Bay, Canada  

NASA Astrophysics Data System (ADS)

Many estuaries in high latitude regions are subjected to seasonally ice-covered conditions. However, ice effects on estuarine variability have received limited scientific attention and remain poorly understood. In this paper, an 11-month mooring record is used to examine seasonal variation of estuarine hydrodynamics in the Nelson River estuary (NRE), Hudson Bay (HB), in northern Canada. We show that ice cover strongly affects tidal amplitudes, velocities and phases in the NRE. In the mid-winter, the M2 tidal amplitude and consequently the tidal range are significantly reduced due to under-ice friction in HB, while conversely the M2 tidal velocity is amplified due to reduction of cross-section of the channel by formation of fast ice. A stronger surface seaward residual flow observed in the winter indicates that the formation of fast ice could also enhance the residual circulation. Suspended sediment concentration in the river mouth is reduced, also possibly due to the formation of fast ice that protects shallow nearshore shoals from erosion. This study demonstrates the importance of ice effects on estuarine variability and the complexity of processes in a seasonally ice-covered estuary.

Wang, Ruixue; McCullough, Greg K.; Gunn, Geoffrey G.; Hochheim, Klaus P.; Dorostkar, Abbas; Sydor, Kevin; Barber, David G.

2012-09-01

438

Lewis Mumford Center for Comparative Urban and Regional Research  

NSDL National Science Digital Library

Throughout his long life, Lewis Mumford wore multiple hats, including those of a prolific author, accomplished chronicler of urbanism, and social critic. In 1988, a group of scholars from the University of Albany visited Mumford and his wife to discuss a plan for an academic center whose work would be both "comparative and historical in scope." The fruits of this initial idea became the Lewis Mumford Center for Comparative Urban and Regional Research at the University of Albany. Headed by Professor John R. Logan, the Center has a number of research projects, including a global neighborhoods initiative and the research network of professionals concerned with working on the study of urbanization in contemporary China. For those interested on the changing demographics in the United States, the center's research reports, drawing on 2000 U.S. Census, will be particularly useful, as they cover such topics as racial segregation in the Boston region and the Muslim world in metropolitan America.

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Review of recent thermophotovoltaic (TPV) research at Lewis Research Center  

NASA Technical Reports Server (NTRS)

Thermophotovoltaic (TPV) research at NASA Lewis Research Center that began in the late 1980's is reviewed. This work has been concentrated on low bandgap indium gallium arsenide (InGaAs) PV cells and rare earth yttrium aluminum garnet (YAG) thin film selective emitters, as well as, TPV system studies. An emittance theory has been developed for the thin film emitters. Experimental spectral emittance results for erbium Er-YAG and holmium Ho-YAG show excellent emittance (greater than or equal to .7) within the emission bands. The .75 eV InGaAs PV cells fabricated at Lewis have excellent quantum efficiency. An efficiency of 13% has been measured for this cell coupled to an Er-YAG selective emitter and a short pass IR filter.

Chubb, Donald L.; Good, Brian S.; Wilt, David M.; Lowe, Roland A.; Fatemi, Navid S.; Hoffman, Richard H.; Scheiman, David

1996-01-01

440

Review of Recent Thermophotovoltaic (TPV) Research at Lewis Research Center  

NASA Technical Reports Server (NTRS)

Thermophotovoltaic (TPV) research at NASA Lewis Research Center that began in the late 1980's is reviewed. This work has been concentrated on low bandgap indium gallium arsenide (InGaAs) PV calls and rare earth - yttrium aluminum garnet (YAG) thin film selective emitters, as well as, TPV system studies. An emittance theory has been developed for the thin film emitters. Experimental spectral emittance results for erbium Er-YAG and holmium Ho-YAG show excellent emittance (greater than or equal to 0.7) within the emission bands. The 0.75 eV InGaAs PV cells fabricated at Lewis have excellent quantum efficiency. An efficiency of 130% has been measured for this cell coupled to an Er-YAG selective emitter and a short pass IR filter.

Chubb, Donald L.; Good, Brian S.; Wilt, David M.; Lowe, Roland A.; Fatemi, Navid S.; Hoffman, Richard H.; Scheiman, David

1995-01-01

441

Engines and innovation: Lewis Laboratory and American propulsion technology  

NASA Technical Reports Server (NTRS)

This book is an institutional history of the NASA Lewis Research Center, located in Cleveland, Ohio, from 1940, when Congress authorized funding for a third laboratory for the National Advisory Committee for Aeronautics, through the 1980s. The history of the laboratory is discussed in relation to the development of American propulsion technology, with particular focus on the transition in the 1940s from the use of piston engines in airplanes to jet propulsion and that from air-breathing engines to rocket technology when the National Aeronautics and Space Administration was established in 1958. The personalities and research philosophies of the people who shaped the history of the laboratory are discussed, as is the relationship of Lewis Research Center to the Case Institute of Technology.

Dawson, Virginia Parker

1991-01-01

442

Ion Thruster Development at NASA Lewis Research Center  

NASA Technical Reports Server (NTRS)

Recent ion propulsion technology efforts at NASA's Lewis Research Center including development of kW-class xenon ion thrusters, high power xenon and krypton ion thrusters, and power processors are reviewed. Thruster physical characteristics, performance data, life projections, and power processor component technology are summarized. The ion propulsion technology program is structured to address a broad set of mission applications from satellite stationkeeping and repositioning to primary propulsion using solar or nuclear power systems.

Sovey, James S.; Hamley, John A.; Patterson, Michael J.; Rawlin, Vincent K.; Sarver-Verhey, Timothy R.

1992-01-01

443

Chemical Inventory Management at NASA Lewis Research Center  

NASA Technical Reports Server (NTRS)

The Chemical Management System (CMS) is a client/server application developed with Power Builder and Sybase for the Lewis Research Center (LeRC). Power Builder is a client-server application development tool, Sybase is a Relational Database Management System. The entire LeRC community can access the CMS from any desktop environment. The multiple functions and benefits of the CMS are addressed.

Kraft, Shirley S.; Homan, Joseph R.; Bajorek, Michael J.; Dominguez, Manuel B.; Smith, Vanessa L.

1997-01-01

444

Update to the NASA Lewis Ice Accretion Code LEWICE  

NASA Technical Reports Server (NTRS)

This report is intended as an update to NASA CR-185129 'User's Manual for the NASA Lewis Ice Accretion Prediction Code (LEWICE).' It describes modifications and improvements made to this code as well as changes to the input and output files, interactive input, and graphics output. The comparison of this code to experimental data is shown to have improved as a result of these modifications.

Wright, William B.

1994-01-01

445

Lewis Structures Technology, 1988. Volume 1: Structural Dynamics  

NASA Technical Reports Server (NTRS)

The specific purpose of the symposium was to familiarize the engineering structures community with the depth and range of research performed by the Structures Division of the Lewis Research Center and its academic and industrial partners. Sessions covered vibration control, fracture mechanics, ceramic component reliability, parallel computing, nondestructive testing, dynamical systems, fatigue and damage, wind turbines, hot section technology, structural mechanics codes, computational methods for dynamics, structural optimization, and applications of structural dynamics.

1988-01-01

446

Bibliography of Lewis Research Center Technical Publications announced in 1979  

NASA Technical Reports Server (NTRS)

This compilation of over 1100 abstracts describes and indexes the technical reporting that resulted from the scientific and engineering work performed and managed by the Lewis Research Center in 1979. All the publications were announced in the 1979 issues of STAR (Scientific and Technical Aerospace Reports) and/or IAA (International Aerospace Abstracts). Research reports, journal articles, conference presentations, patents and patent applications, and theses are included. Subject, author, corporate source, contract number, and report number indexes are provided.

1980-01-01

447

Bibliography of Lewis Research Center technical publications announced in 1987  

NASA Technical Reports Server (NTRS)

This compilation of abstracts describes and indexes the technical reporting that resulted from the scientific and engineering work performed and managed by the Lewis Research Center in 1987. All the publications were announced in the 1987 issues of STAR (Scientific and Technical Aerospace Reports) and/or IAA (International Aerospace Abstracts). Included are research reports, journal articles, conference presentations, patents and patent applications, and theses.

1988-01-01

448

Bibliography of Lewis Research Center technical publications announced in 1984  

NASA Technical Reports Server (NTRS)

This compilation of abstracts describes and indexes the technical reporting that resulted from the scientific and engineering work performed and managed by the Lewis Research Center in 1984. All the publications were announced in the 1984 issues of STAR (Scientific and Technical Aerospace Reports) and/or IAA (International Aerospace Abstracts). Included are research reports, journal articles, conference presentations, patents and patent applications, and theses.

1985-01-01

449

Teaching Astronomy at Lewis and Clark Community College  

NASA Astrophysics Data System (ADS)

Lewis and Clark Community College (LCCC) is a two-year college with "Tech Prep" programs in automotive technology, child development, drafting, office technology, and health occupations. LCCC invited me to teach astronomy as a temporary faculty member during fall semester 2006. As professor emeritus in physics with 40 years' teaching experience, I happily accepted the invitation. This talk describes the experience, emphasizing the way it served as an outreach to the community.

Cornell, David A.

2006-12-01

450

Structure Of Flame Balls At Low Lewis-numbers (SOFBALL)  

NASA Technical Reports Server (NTRS)

Structure Of Flame Balls At Low Lewis-numbers (SOFBALL) Experiment Mounting Structure (EMS) was used to conduct the SOFBALL experiment on Combustion Module-1. The EMS was inserted into the CM-1 combustion chamber. The chamber was filled with a lean fuel/oxidizer mixture and a spark igniter on the EMS ignited the gas. Very small, weak flames, in the shape of spheres, were formed and studied.

2004-01-01

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Asymptotic Analysis of Laminar Flame Propagation for General Lewis Numbers  

Microsoft Academic Search

The structure of a steady one-dimensional isobaric deflagration is examined for the case of a direct first-order one-step irreversible exothermic unimolecular decomposition under Arrhenius kinetics. In particular, the eigenvalue giving the speed of propagation of the laminar flame into the unburned gas is sought for constant Lewis number of order unity. The method of matched asymptotic expansion is invoked in

WILLIAM B. BUSH; FRANCIS E. FENDELL

1970-01-01

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Bibliography of Lewis Research Center technical publications announced in 1981  

NASA Technical Reports Server (NTRS)

Technical reporting that resulted from the scientific and engineering work performed and managed by the Lewis Research Center in 1981 are indexed and abstracted. All the publications were announced in the 1981 issues of STAR (Scientific and Technical Aerospace Reports) and/or IAA (International Aerospace Abstracts). Included are research reports, journal articles, conference presentations, patent applications, and theses. A total of 384 technical publications is listed.

1982-01-01

453

Bibliography of Lewis Research Center technical publications announced in 1993  

NASA Technical Reports Server (NTRS)

This compilation of abstracts describes and indexes the technical reporting that resulted from the scientific and engineering work performed and managed by the Lewis Research Center in 1993. All the publications were announced in the 1993 issues of STAR (Scientific and Technical Aerospace Reports) and/or IAA (International Aerospace Abstracts). Included are research reports, journal articles, conference presentations, patents and patent applications, and theses.

1994-01-01

454

Bibliography of Lewis Research Center technical publications announced in 1988  

NASA Technical Reports Server (NTRS)

This bibliography contains abstracts of the technical reports that resulted from the scientific and engineering work performed and managed by the Lewis Research Center in 1988. Subject, author, and corporate source indexes are also included. All the publications were announced in the 1988 issues of STAR (Scientific and Technical Aerospace Reports) and/or IAA (International Aerospace Abstracts). Included are research reports, journal articles, conference presentations, patents and patent applications, and theses.

1989-01-01

455

Bibliography of Lewis Research Center technical publications announced in 1992  

NASA Technical Reports Server (NTRS)

This compilation of abstracts describes and indexes the technical reporting that resulted from the scientific and engineering work performed and managed by the Lewis Research Center in 1992. All the publications were announced in the 1992 issues of STAR (Scientific and Technical Aerospace Reports) and/or IAA (International Aerospace Abstracts). Included are research reports, journal articles, conference presentations, patents and patent applications, and theses.

1993-01-01

456

Bibliography of Lewis Research Center technical publications announced in 1990  

NASA Technical Reports Server (NTRS)

This compilation of abstracts describes and indexes the technical reporting that resulted from the scientific and engineering work performed and managed by the Lewis Research Center in 1990. All the publications were announced in the 1990 issues of STAR (Scientific and Technical Aerospace Reports) and/or IAA (International Aerospace Abstracts). Included are research reports, journal articles, conference presentations, patents and patent applications, and theses.

1991-01-01

457

Bibliography of Lewis Research Center technical publications announced in 1989  

NASA Technical Reports Server (NTRS)

This compilation of abstracts describes and indexes the technical reporting that resulted from the scientific and engineering work performed and managed by the Lewis Research Center in 1989. All the publications were announced in the 1989 issues of STAR (Scientific and Technical Aerospace Reports) and/or IAA (International Aerospace Abstracts). Included are research reports, journal articles, conference presentations, patents and patent applications, and theses.

1990-01-01

458

Bibliography of Lewis Research Center technical publications announced in 1977  

NASA Technical Reports Server (NTRS)

This compilation of abstracts describes and indexes over 780 technical reports resulting from the scientific and engineering work performed and managed by the Lewis Research Center in 1977. All the publications were announced in the 1977 issues of STAR (Scientific and Technical Aerospace Reports) and/or IAA (International Aerospace Abstracts). Documents cited include research reports, journal articles, conference presentations, patents and patent applications, and theses.

1978-01-01

459

Lewis' Educational and Research Collaborative Intership Program Grant Closeout Report  

NASA Technical Reports Server (NTRS)

The Lewis' Educational and Research Collaborative Internship Program (LERCIP) is a collaborative undertaking by the Office of Educational Programs at NASA Glenn Research Center at Lewis Field (formerly NASA Lewis Research Center) and the Ohio Aerospace Institute. This program provides 10-week internships and 10 or 12-week fellowships for undergraduate/graduate students and secondary school teachers. Approximately 130 interns are selected to participate in this program each year and begin arriving the second week in May. The internships provide students with introductory professional experiences to complement their academic programs. The interns are given assignments on research and development projects under the personal guidance of NASA professional staff members. Each intern is assigned a NASA mentor who facilitates a research assignment. In addition to the research assignment, the summer program includes a strong educational component that enhances the professional stature of the participants. The educational activities include a research symposium and a variety of workshops, lectures and short courses. An important aspect of the program is that it includes students with diverse social, cultural and economic backgrounds.

2003-01-01

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Influence of monoclonal anti-Lewis b, anti-H type 1, and anti-sialyl Lewis x antibodies on binding of Helicobacter pylori to MUC1 mucin.  

PubMed

To assess the influence of monoclonal anti-Lewis b, anti-H type 1, and anti-sialyl Lewis x addition on interactions of sugar structures of MUC1 mucin with Helicobacter pylori. The investigations were carried out on gastric juices of 11 patients and 12 H. pylori strains. The levels of Lewis b and sialyl Lewis x antigens on MUC1 were assessed by sandwich ELISA tests. Anti-Lewis b, anti-H type 1 or anti-sialyl Lewis x monoclonal antibodies were added to MUC1 to determine whether the adhesion activities of H. pylori isolates to examined mucin would be affected. Binding of bacteria to MUC1 was assessed by ELISA test. Clear inhibitory effect of examined antibodies was revealed in 6 of 12 examined H. pylori isolates independently on babA2 status. In the rest of strains this effect was negligible. We confirmed participation of Lewis b, H type 1 and also sialyl Lewis x of MUC1 mucin in interactions with H. pylori independently on babA genopositivity. Not full inhibition and a lack of this effect in some strains suggest an existence of other mechanisms of H. pylori adherence to mucin. PMID:24096735

Radziejewska, I; Leszczy?ska, K; Borzym-Kluczyk, M

2014-01-01

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CURRICULUM VITA Revised 1/1/2011 Michael Louis Corradini: Birth Date: 8-6-52 Place: Albuquerque NM  

E-print Network

-1- CURRICULUM VITA Revised 1/1/2011 Michael Louis Corradini: Birth Date: 8-6-52 Place: Albuquerque,Wife; Stephen, Greg, Daniel, Nathan Corradini, Renee, Fletcher, Marshall Jackson I. EDUCATION DegreeDate Major

Volpe, Francesco

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CURRICULUM VITAE FOR PROF. MICHAEL ROWAN-ROBINSON Born 9/7/42. Married, 3 children.  

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Award for involvement in IRAS Joint Infrared Science Working Group, 1986. ESA Certificate of Recognition 1980-86. Theory Panel of ASR Board 1983-86. European Space Agency's Astronomy Working Group, 1985CURRICULUM VITAE FOR PROF. MICHAEL ROWAN-ROBINSON Born 9/7/42. Married, 3 children. Work address

Rowan-Robinson, Michael

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VITA: DOUGLAS R. WHITE Professor of Anthropology and Mathematical Behavioral Science, UC-Irvine  

E-print Network

VITA: DOUGLAS R. WHITE Professor of Anthropology and Mathematical Behavioral Science, UC for Advanced Studies, Western Behavioral Science Institute, 1981-84. Ph.D. University of Minnesota, Institute for Mathematical Behavioral Science. UC Irvine. 1989-present Anthropology, 1982-present, Social

White, Douglas R.

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Allen H. Goldstein -Curriculum Vitae (Updated through 5 Feb 2013) University of California, Berkeley (UCB)  

E-print Network

in Chemistry - UCSC 1989. Research Program Anthropogenic air pollution, biosphere-atmosphere exchangeAllen H. Goldstein - Curriculum Vitae (Updated through 5 Feb 2013) University of California, California 94720-3114; ahg@berkeley.edu; phone 510-643-2451 Professional Positions Professor, Department

Cohen, Ronald C.

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Allen H. Goldstein -Curriculum Vitae (Updated through 14 January 2014) University of California, Berkeley (UCB)  

E-print Network

in Chemistry - UCSC 1989. Research Program Anthropogenic air pollution, biosphere-atmosphere exchangeAllen H. Goldstein - Curriculum Vitae (Updated through 14 January 2014) University of California, California 94720-3114; ahg@berkeley.edu; phone 510-643-2451 Professional Positions Professor, Department

Cohen, Ronald C.

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BREVE CURRICULUM VITAE Antonio Fiaschi nato a Pisa il 26 febbraio 1942.  

E-print Network

BREVE CURRICULUM VITAE Antonio Fiaschi è nato a Pisa il 26 febbraio 1942. Si è laureato in Medicina e Chirurgia presso l'Università degli Studi di Padova l'11 luglio 1966, con il massimo dei voti Nervose e Mentali il 23 luglio 1969, con il massimo dei voti; la tesi era intitolata: "Modificazioni della

Romeo, Alessandro

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Page 1 of 2 5/19/2014 Brief Curriculum Vitae: J.M. Shawn Hutchinson  

E-print Network

Page 1 of 2 5/19/2014 Brief Curriculum Vitae: J.M. Shawn Hutchinson Associate Professor: 785.532.7310 Email: shutch@ksu.edu Skype: shawn.hutchinson Professional Preparation Ph.D., Geography, Western Europe, China. Selected Publications Rahmani, V., Hutchinson, S.L., Hutchinson, J

McLauchlan, Kendra

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Center for Food Safety & AgSecurity Investigator Vitae Melvin A. Pascall  

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Center for Food Safety & AgSecurity Investigator Vitae Melvin A. Pascall Food Science, Carib Glassworks Limited, Trinidad, West Indies. #12;Center for Food Safety & AgSecurity Investigator and Packaging ! Food Regulations and Safety ! Modified Atmospheric Packaging ! Tamper-evident Packaging

Jones, Michelle

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Center for Food Safety & AgSecurity Investigator Vitae Neal H. Hooker  

E-print Network

Center for Food Safety & AgSecurity Investigator Vitae Neal H. Hooker Department of Agricultural, Food Safety and Nutrition Economics, E-Agribusiness, Agri-Food Policy and International Trade Research Economics, Texas A&M University 1997-1999 Postdoctoral Research Associate. Center for Food Safety, Texas A

Jones, Michelle

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John S. Colton Curriculum Vitae, Jun 2012 828 E 1080 N Department of Physics and Astronomy  

E-print Network

JSC-1 John S. Colton ­ Curriculum Vitae, Jun 2012 828 E 1080 N Department of Physics and Astronomy University, Department of Physics and Astronomy, Provo UT. Duties include teaching, research, mentoring University, Department of Physics and Astronomy, Provo UT. Aug 2003 ­ Aug 2007 Assistant Professor

Hart, Gus

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VITA: Visual Interaction Tool for Archaeology (Demo) Hrvoje Benko Edward W. Ishak Steven Feiner  

E-print Network

archaeological analysis methods with new ways to organize, visualize, and combine the standard 2D informationVITA: Visual Interaction Tool for Archaeology (Demo) Hrvoje Benko Edward W. Ishak Steven Feiner Tool for Archaeology) is an experimen- tal collaborative mixed reality system for offsite visualization

Benko, Hrvoje

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The Vita Activa as Compass: Navigating Uncertainty in Teaching with Hannah Arendt  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

This dissertation is an exploration of stories of uncertainty in the lives of elementary teachers and the value that the ideas of Hannah Arendt lend to the discussion around uncertainty. In "The Human Condition" (1958) Hannah Arendt theorizes the life of action, the "vita activa". Arendtian action is inherently uncertain because to be "capable of…

Rogers, Carrie Ann Barnes

2010-01-01

473

La Dolce Vita: Hedonic Estimates of Quality of Life in Italian Cities  

Microsoft Academic Search

Colombo E., Michelangeli A. and Stanca L. La dolce vita: hedonic estimates of quality of life in Italian cities, Regional Studies. This paper investigates quality of life in Italian cities using the hedonic approach. It analyses micro-level data for housing and labour markets to estimate compensating differentials for local amenities within four domains: weather, environment, services and society. Large compensating

Emilio Colombo; Alessandra Michelangeli; Luca Stanca

2012-01-01

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Martin O. Saar CV, Page 1 of 17 10/1/2009 CURRICULUM VITAE  

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Martin O. Saar CV, Page 1 of 17 10/1/2009 CURRICULUM VITAE Martin O. Saar E-mail: saar George and Orpha Gibson Chair of Hydrogeology and Geofluids, University of Minnesota ­ Twin Cities Fellowship for Outstanding Scholastic Achievements, University of Oregon #12;Martin O. Saar CV, Page 2 of 17

Saar, Martin O.

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VITA SCHOOL OF SOCIAL SCIENCES UC-IRVINE LEO RALPH CHAVEZ, II, Professor of Anthropology  

E-print Network

July 2013 VITA SCHOOL OF SOCIAL SCIENCES UC-IRVINE LEO RALPH CHAVEZ, II, Professor of Anthropology Work Address: Department of Anthropology UC Irvine Irvine, CA 92697 (949) 824-4054 email: lchavez@uci.edu EDUCATION B.A. University of California, Santa Cruz, (1974), Anthropology Ph.D. Stanford University (1982

Loudon, Catherine

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CURRICULUM VITAE Professor Dermot Moran PhD (Yale), DLitt (NUI), MRIA  

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) Environmental Ethics Rationalism and Idealism #12;CURRICULUM VITAE Dermot Moran 26/06/13 2 CURRENT ACADEMIC Dept., Yale University, 1974-78. JOURNAL EDITORSHIPS Editor, International Journal of Philosophical Studies (Routledge) from Vol. 1 (1993) to Vol. 11 (2003). Founding Editor, International Journal

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de Lijser, Peter

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CURRICULUM VITAE TARJE NISSEN-MEYER address: ETH Zurich, Institute of Geophysics  

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CURRICULUM VITAE TARJE NISSEN-MEYER address: ETH Zurich, Institute of Geophysics Sonneggstrasse 5: ++41 (0) 44 633 3154 fax: ++41 (0) 44 633 1065 AUGUST 5, 2010 Education 2007 Ph.D. Geophysics in field geology, mathematics, seismology, geodynamics, geophysics 2001 Diplom Geophysics (M

Nissen-Meyer, Tarje

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CURRICULUM VITAE History Department, Northwestern University, 1881 Sheridan Rd. #202, Evanston, IL 60208  

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, Providence, Rhode Island, A.B., Modern Culture & Media; History SELECTED GRANTS AND FELLOWSHIPS ACLS War History, 56, no. 2 (June 2010), 117-144. "Civil, Political, and Social Equality: A ParadigmCURRICULUM VITAE KATE MASUR History Department, Northwestern University, 1881 Sheridan Rd. #202

Mohseni, Hooman

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Chemoselective silyl transfer in the Mukaiyama aldol reaction promoted by super silyl Lewis acid.  

PubMed

In the silyl Lewis acid-promoted Mukaiyama aldol reaction, the steric and electronic properties of the silyl group on the silyl Lewis acid influence the reaction mechanism and product distribution. When super silyl triflates such as (TMS)3SiOTf and (TES)3SiOTf are used as Lewis acids, the silyl group of the silyl enol ether chemoselectively transfers to the product. The mechanistic details have been investigated using density functional theory (DFT) calculations. PMID:25338752

Sai, Masahiro; Akakura, Matsujiro; Yamamoto, Hisashi

2014-11-01

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Gilbert Newton Lewis: his influence on physical-organic chemists at Berkeley  

SciTech Connect

A review is presented of the historical contributions of Gilbert N. Lewis to science and a discussion of the influence of Lewis on the research of the members of the physical-organic staff at Berkeley, including Melvin Calvin, during the twenties, thirties and forties. Some specific examples are discussed. Also, the effect of Lewis, his science and administrative concepts in the creation of excellence in a department of chemistry are reviewed.

Calvin, M.

1982-03-01

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Wigner Measures Approach to the Classical Limit of the Nelson Model: Convergence of Dynamics and Ground State Energy  

NASA Astrophysics Data System (ADS)

We consider the classical limit of the Nelson model, a system of stable nucleons interacting with a meson field. We prove convergence of the quantum dynamics towards the evolution of the coupled Klein-Gordon-Schrödinger equation. Also, we show that the ground state energy level of nucleons, when is large and the meson field approaches its classical value, is given by the infimum of the classical energy functional at a fixed density of particles. Our study relies on a recently elaborated approach for mean field theory and uses Wigner measures.

Ammari, Zied; Falconi, Marco

2014-10-01

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A stable proportion of Lewy body bearing neurons in the substantia nigra suggests a model in which the Lewy body causes neuronal death.  

PubMed

Lewy bodies in Parkinson disease could be innocent bystanders or active agents responsible for neuronal death. Eighteen elderly patients with a Parkinson syndrome were studied prospectively and selected postmortem on the presence of Lewy bodies (14 cases with Parkinson disease, four with dementia with Lewy bodies). Information on disease duration was available in 17 cases. While akinesia and rigidity were linked with the neuronal loss, the percentages of Lewy body bearing neurons and of alpha-synuclein immunoreactive neurons in the substantia nigra were not correlated with the symptoms or the disease duration, and appeared stable, involving 3.6% of the neurons on average. Such stability indicated that, during the whole course of the disease, the destruction of the Lewy bodies was equal to their production. In the model that is proposed here, the Lewy bodies are eliminated when the neurons that bear them die. With the hypothesis that neuronal death is directly related to Lewy bodies, it is possible to estimate their life span, which was calculated to be 6.2 months (15.9 months for any type of alpha-synuclein inclusion). PMID:18457903

Greffard, Sandrine; Verny, Marc; Bonnet, Anne-Marie; Seilhean, Danielle; Hauw, Jean-Jacques; Duyckaerts, Charles

2010-01-01

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Preparing a successful, role-specific curriculum vitae.  

PubMed

An internet search reveals just how many articles there are on preparing a curriculum vitae (CV). The preparation of a CV should not be regarded as a 'one-off' event, to be updated periodically. A successful CV requires thoughtful preparation to ensure it is directed towards a specific post and should consider two important perspectives. First, an understanding of what is required of the practitioner in the nursing post (demand), and second, what the nurse can offer in terms of his or her skills, experience, qualities and qualifications (supply). The demands of the post will also include meeting professional standards, such as those that have emerged following consideration of the Report of the Mid Staffordshire NHS Foundation Trust Public Inquiry ( Francis 2013 ). This article explores how to prepare a successful CV for a specific role, using a demand and supply perspective - where a nurse seeks to match the specific requirements of the post by summarising what he or she has to offer. PMID:25270484

Price, Bob

2014-10-01

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The NASA Lewis Research Center electric propulsion program  

NASA Technical Reports Server (NTRS)

The Lewis Research Center conducts an electric propulsion program aimed at a broad class of space missions. The program is structured in an evolutionary fashion in order to both maximize expectations for the acceptance of developed concepts and accommodate anticipated developments of critical system technologies. Recent efforts have assisted in the acceptance of low power electric rockets. Primary electric propulsion concepts are also being developed for both Solar Electric Propulsion Systems and Nuclear Electric Propulsion Systems class space missions, and the paper briefly describes the concepts under evaluation for potential Space Exploration Initiative missions.

Byers, David C.

1991-01-01

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Robotic-assisted minimally invasive esophagectomy: the Ivor Lewis approach.  

PubMed

Robotic-assisted minimally invasive esophagectomy (RAMIE) is emerging as a potential alternative approach to standard minimally invasive esophagectomy (MIE). However, early reports vary widely in operative approach, method, and reporting of outcomes, including operative complications. A formal, prospective academic program to evaluate RAMIE was initiated at the authors' institution, with the primary goal of maximizing patient safety during the introduction of new technology into the operating room. The standardized RAMIE Ivor Lewis approach developed through this program is described in detail. The available literature is reviewed, with early reports suggesting outcomes similar to those of MIE and standard open esophagectomy. PMID:24780426

Sarkaria, Inderpal S; Rizk, Nabil P

2014-05-01

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Fluctuation spectra in the NASA Lewis bumpy-torus plasma  

NASA Technical Reports Server (NTRS)

The electrostatic potential fluctuation spectrum in the NASA Lewis bumpy-torus plasma was studied with capacitive probes in the low pressure (high impedance) mode and in the high pressure (low impedance) mode. Under different operating conditions, the plasma exhibited electrostatic potential fluctuations (1) at a set of discrete frequencies, (2) at a continuum of frequencies, and (3) as incoherent high-frequency turbulence. The frequencies and azimuthal wave numbers were determined from digitally implemented autopower and cross-power spectra. The azimuthal dispersion characteristics of the unstable waves were examined by varying the electrode voltage, the polarity of the voltage, and the neutral background density at a constant magnetic field strength.

Singh, C. M.; Krawczonek, W. M.; Roth, J. R.; Hong, J. Y.; Powers, E. J.

1978-01-01

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NASA Lewis advanced IPV nickel-hydrogen technology  

NASA Technical Reports Server (NTRS)

Individual pressure vessel (IPV) nickel-hydrogen technology was advanced at NASA Lewis and under Lewis contracts. Some of the advancements are as follows: to use 26 percent potassium hydroxide electrolyte to improve cycle life and performance, to modify the state of the art cell design to eliminate identified failure modes and further improve cycle life, and to develop a lightweight nickel electrode to reduce battery mass, hence reduce launch and/or increase satellite payload. A breakthrough in the LEO cycle life of individual pressure vessel nickel-hydrogen battery cells was reported. The cycle life of boiler plate cells containing 26 percent KOH electrolyte was about 40,000 accelerated LEO cycles at 80 percent DOD compared to 3,500 cycles for cells containing 31 percent KOH. Results of the boiler plate cell tests have been validated at NWSC, Crane, Indiana. Forty-eight ampere-hour flight cells containing 26 and 31 percent KOH have undergone real time LEO cycle life testing at an 80 percent DOD, 10 C. The three cells containing 26 percent KOH failed on the average at cycle 19,500. The three cells containing 31 percent KOH failed on the average at cycle 6,400. Validation testing of NASA Lewis 125 Ah advanced design IPV nickel-hydrogen flight cells is also being conducted at NWSC, Crane, Indiana under a NASA Lewis contract. This consists of characterization, storage, and cycle life testing. There was no capacity degradation after 52 days of storage with the cells in the discharged state, on open circuit, 0 C, and a hydrogen pressure of 14.5 psia. The catalyzed wall wick cells have been cycled for over 22,694 cycles with no cell failures in the continuing test. All three of the non-catalyzed wall wick cells failed (cycles 9,588; 13,900; and 20,575). Cycle life test results of the Fibrex nickel electrode has demonstrated the feasibility of an improved nickel electrode giving a higher specific energy nickel-hydrogen cell. A nickel-hydrogen boiler plate cell using an 80 mil thick, 90 percent porous Fibrex nickel electrode has been cycled for 10,000 cycles at 40 percent DOD.

Smithrick, John J.; Britton, Doris L.

1993-01-01

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Additional improvements to the NASA Lewis ice accretion code LEWICE  

NASA Technical Reports Server (NTRS)

Due to the feedback of the user community, three major features have been added to the NASA Lewis ice accretion code LEWICE. These features include: first, further improvements to the numerics of the code so that more time steps can be run and so that the code is more stable; second, inclusion and refinement of the roughness prediction model described in an earlier paper; third, inclusion of multi-element trajectory and ice accretion capabilities to LEWICE. This paper will describe each of these advancements in full and make comparisons with the experimental data available. Further refinement of these features and inclusion of additional features will be performed as more feedback is received.

Wright, William B.; Bidwell, Colin S.

1995-01-01

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NASA Lewis advanced IPV nickel-hydrogen technology  

NASA Astrophysics Data System (ADS)

Individual pressure vessel (IPV) nickel-hydrogen technology was advanced at NASA Lewis and under Lewis contracts. Some of the advancements are as follows: to use 26 percent potassium hydroxide electrolyte to improve cycle life and performance, to modify the state of the art cell design to eliminate identified failure modes and further improve cycle life, and to develop a lightweight nickel electrode to reduce battery mass, hence reduce launch and/or increase satellite payload. A breakthrough in the LEO cycle life of individual pressure vessel nickel-hydrogen battery cells was reported. The cycle life of boiler plate cells containing 26 percent KOH electrolyte was about 40,000 accelerated LEO cycles at 80 percent DOD compared to 3,500 cycles for cells containing 31 percent KOH. Results of the boiler plate cell tests have been validated at NWSC, Crane, Indiana. Forty-eight ampere-hour flight cells containing 26 and 31 percent KOH have undergone real time LEO cycle life testing at an 80 percent DOD, 10 C. The three cells containing 26 percent KOH failed on the average at cycle 19,500. The three cells containing 31 percent KOH failed on the average at cycle 6,400. Validation testing of NASA Lewis 125 Ah advanced design IPV nickel-hydrogen flight cells is also being conducted at NWSC, Crane, Indiana under a NASA Lewis contract. This consists of characterization, storage, and cycle life testing. There was no capacity degradation after 52 days of storage with the cells in the discharged state, on open circuit, 0 C, and a hydrogen pressure of 14.5 psia. The catalyzed wall wick cells have been cycled for over 22,694 cycles with no cell failures in the continuing test. All three of the non-catalyzed wall wick cells failed (cycles 9,588; 13,900; and 20,575). Cycle life test results of the Fibrex nickel electrode has demonstrated the feasibility of an improved nickel electrode giving a higher specific energy nickel-hydrogen cell. A nickel-hydrogen boiler plate cell using an 80 mil thick, 90 percent porous Fibrex nickel electrode has been cycled for 10,000 cycles at 40 percent DOD.

Smithrick, John J.; Britton, Doris L.

1993-11-01

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New homochiral lanthanide(III) triflates in Lewis acid catalysis  

Microsoft Academic Search

New complexes of lanthanide(III) triflates with polyethylene glycol (HO(CH2CH2O)nH; n=2, 3, 4) and polyethyleneglycol dimethylether (CH3O(CH2CH2O)nCH3; n=2, 3, 4) ligands have been prepared and characterised by X-ray diffraction. These complexes are effective Lewis acid catalysts for the allylation of aldehydes with allyltributyltin, and for the Diels–Alder reaction. Complexes with new homochiral podand ligands have been synthesised and in one case

Helen C Aspinall; Nicholas Greeves; Edward G McIver

1998-01-01

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NASA Lewis and Ohio Company Hit Hole in One  

NASA Technical Reports Server (NTRS)

Ben Hogan Company's Golf Ball Division, which is based in Elyria, Ohio, had developed concepts and prototypes for new golf balls but was unable to determine exact performance characteristics. Specifically, the company's R&D department wanted to measure the spin rates of experimental golf balls. After the Golf Ball Division requested assistance, researchers and technicians from the NASA Lewis Research Center went to Elyria and conducted several days worth of tests. Ben Hogan is using the test results to improve the spin characteristics of a new ball it plans to introduce to the market.

1998-01-01

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Telecommuting (Work-At-Home) at NASA Lewis Research Center  

NASA Technical Reports Server (NTRS)

This report presents a study in evaluating the viability of providing a work-at-home (telecommuting) program for Lewis Research Center's corporate employees using Integrated Services Digital Network (ISDN). Case studies have been presented for a range of applications from casual data access to interactive access. The network performance of telemedia applications were studied against future requirements for such level of remote connectivity. Many of the popular ISDN devices were characterized for network and service functionality. A set of recommendations to develop a telecommuting policy have been proposed.

Srinidhi, Saragur M.

1994-01-01

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Structure of Flame Balls at Low Lewis-Number  

NASA Technical Reports Server (NTRS)

The Structure of Flame Balls at Low Lewis-Number (SOFBALL) experiment explored the behavior of a newly discovered flame phenomena called "flame balls." These spherical, stable, stationary flame structures, observed only in microgravity, provide a unique opportunity to study the interactions of the two most important processes necessary for combustion (chemical reaction and heat and mass transport) in the simplest possible configuration. The previously unobtainable experimental data provided a comparison with models of flame stability and flame propagation limits that are crucial both in assessing fire safety and in designing efficient, clean-burning combustion engines.

Weiland, Karen J.; Ronney, Paul

1998-01-01

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Structure of Flame Balls at Low Lewis Number (SOFBALL) Video  

NASA Technical Reports Server (NTRS)

The Structure of Flame Balls at Low Lewis (SOFBALL) experiment, was run on Space Shuttle Columbia in 2003 for STS-107. The experiment tested various fuel-oxygen-inert gas mixtures in microgravity to produce flame balls, which are spherical steady flames that reveal combustion processes hidden by the volatile effects of gravity on Earth. In this video, a hydrogen-oxygen-sulfur hexafluoride gas mixture produced nine flame balls, the most ever created at once, one of which lasted 81 minutes making it the longest lasting flame ball ever burned in space.

2003-01-01

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Structures Of Flameballs at Low-Lewis number  

NASA Technical Reports Server (NTRS)

The potential for investigating combustion at the limits of flammability, and the implications for spacecraft fire safety, led to the Structures Of Flame Balls At Low Lewis-number (SOFBALL) experiment flown twice aboard the Space Shuttle in 1997. The success there led to reflight on STS-107 Research 1 mission plarned for 2002. All the combustion in a flame ball takes place in a razor-thin reaction zone that depends on diffusion to keep the ball alive. Such a fragile balance is impossible on Earth. The principal investigator is Dr. Paul Ronney of the University of Southern California, Los Angeles. Glenn Research in Cleveland, OH, manages the project.

2001-01-01

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NASA Lewis H2-O2 MHD program  

NASA Technical Reports Server (NTRS)

Performance and power costs of H2-O2 combustion powered steam-MHD central power systems are estimated. Hydrogen gas is assumed to be transmitted by pipe from a remote coal gasifier into the city and converted to electricity in a steam MHD plant having an integral gaseous oxygen plant. These steam MHD systems appear to offer an attractive alternative to both in-city clean fueled conventional steam power plants and to remote coal fired power plants with underground electric transmission into the city. Status and plans are outlined for an experimental evaluation of H2-O2 combustion-driven MHD power generators at NASA Lewis Research Center.

Smith, M.; Nichols, L. D.; Seikel, G. R.

1974-01-01

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Equilibrium and kinetics in metamorphism of pelites in the Nelson aureole, British Columbia  

NASA Astrophysics Data System (ADS)

The distribution of metapelitic mineral assemblages in the Nelson aureole, British Columbia, generally conforms to what is predicted from phase equilibria. However, in detail, the mineral textures, mineral compositions and zoning, and sequence and spacing of isograds do not. Two of the main disequilibrium features in the aureole are: (1) delay in the onset and progress of several reactions, ie, thermal overstepping; and (2) unreactivity of staurolite and especially garnet porphyroblasts when they are reactants in higher grade reactions. The thermal overstepping is ascribed primarily to difficulty of nucleation of the product porphyroblasts and sluggishness of dissolution of reactant porphyroblasts required for product mineral growth. The extent to which these barriers to nucleation and growth delay the onset of reaction is related to the reaction affinity of each reaction, which for thermally activated reactions is, in turn, related to the entropy change of the reaction. For a given overstep in temperature, reactions that release large quatities of H2O, such as chlorite-consuming reactions, have a high reaction affinity compared to those which release little or no H2O, such as the chlorite-free staurolite-consuming reaction. Thermal overstepping is consequently expected to be less for the former than for the latter, as was observed in the aureole where ca. 30 °C overstepping was required for garnet growth from a muscovite+chlorite-bearing precursor and ca. 70 °C overstepping was required for growth of Al2SiO5 from a staurolite-bearing, chlorite-free precursor. In all cases reaction progress was strongly influenced by presence or absence of fluid, with fluid presence dramatically lowering kinetic barriers to nucleation and growth, and therefore thermal overstepping. Textural features of rocks from the nearly coincident garnet, staurolite and andalusite isograds are suggestive of a fluid-catalyzed ‘cascade effect' in which reaction took place rapidly and several competing muscovite+chlorite-consuming reactions, some metastable, appear to have occurred in parallel. Metamorphic reaction, fluid release and possibly fluid presence in general in the aureole was episodic rather than continuous, and in several cases well removed from equilibrium conditions. The extent to which these findings apply to regional metamorphism depends on several factors, a major one being deformation, which is expected to lower kinetic barriers to nucleation and growth.

Pattison, D. R. M.

2009-04-01

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Statement of Facts for 1975 City-Wide Mock Trial Competitions. Georgia Floyd, Individually and as Parent and Next Friend of Minor, Nelson Floyd v. Fix-It Home Remodeling, Inc. and Sam Baldwin.  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

Prepared by the District of Columbia Street Law Project for its annual city-wide mock trial competition, this instructional handout provides material for a civil trial over a claim for damages. During an argument, a friend pushed Nelson Floyd against the railing of a porch. Falling onto the concrete below, Nelson was injured with a broken shin…

National Inst. for Citizen Education in the Law, Washington, DC.

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Co-Expression of Lewis y Antigen with Human Epididymis Protein 4 in Ovarian Epithelial Carcinoma  

PubMed Central

Objective The main aims of this study were to explore the molecular structural relationship between Human epididymis protein 4 (HE4) and Lewis y antigen by determining their expression patterns and clinical significance in ovarian epithelial carcinoma. Methods The structural relationship between HE4 and Lewis y antigen was examined using immunoprecipitation and confocal laser scanning microscopy. HE4 and Lewis y were detected in tissues from malignant (53 cases), borderline (27 cases), benign (15 cases) and normal ovarian tissues (15 cases) using immunohistochemical analysis. Results HE4 was present in ovarian cancer, benign tumor tissues, ovarian carcinoma cells, and culture medium, and contained Lewis y antigen. Moreover, expression of Lewis y antigen in HE4 from ovarian cancer was higher than that from benign tumor (P<0.05). HE4 possibly exists as two protein isoforms, both containing Lewis y antigen. Our immunohistochemistry data revealed significantly higher positive expression rates of HE4 in malignant ovarian tissues, compared to benign tumor and normal tissue (P<0.05), similar to Lewis y antigen levels in ovarian cancer (P<0.05). Notably, tissues displaying marked expression of HE4 simultaneously expressed high levels of Lewis y antigen. A linear correlation between the expression patterns of HE4 and Lewis y antigen was evident. Consistently, double-labeling immunofluorescence experiments illustrated co-localization of HE4 and Lewis y antigen within the same area. Conclusions HE4 contains Lewis y antigen. Our results further demonstrate a close correlation between the expression levels of the two antigens, which are significantly high in ovarian cancer. PMID:23894390

Zhuang, Huiyu; Gao, Jian; Hu, Zhenhua; Liu, Juanjuan; Liu, Dawo; Lin, Bei

2013-01-01