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Sustaining Earth's biodiversity

Peter Gell, Lindsey Gillson
2017 Past Global Change Magazine  
A copy of the talks presented at the workshop is available here: http://pastglobalchanges.org/calendar/2017/127-pages/1657daps-1st-wshop-2017 • EcoRe3 on twitter: @Eco_Re3 • EcoRe3 on Researchgate: https  ...  Our 2nd workshop, aligned with the PMIP meeting, will be held in stockholm, sweden, in september 2017 and will focus on the design of data-model comparisons using the sIsAL database (www.pastglobalchanges.org  ...  Ecologists are also exploring how species and ecosys- tems respond to climate change, on shorter (acclimation) and longer (adaptation, migra- tion) timescales. there is growing literature on how the  ... 
doi:10.22498/pages.25.2.77 fatcat:7juvt4qlsrah3i4jucp5smngva

What drives marine fisheries production?

SK Gaichas, A Bundy, TJ Miller, E Moksness, KI Stergiou
2012 Marine Ecology Progress Series  
follow-on to other joint workshops, including Canadian and US Ecosystems (CANUSE I & II), Marine Ecosystems of Norway and the US (MENU I & II), and Norwegian-Canadian Collaborations (NORCAN).  ...  of and follow-on to other joint workshops, including Canadian and US Ecosystems (CANUSE I & II), Marine Ecosystems of Norway and the US (MENU I & II), and Norwegian-Canadian Collaborations (NORCAN).  ...  Workshops Two international workshops focusing on annual surplus production-modeling were held in May of 2010 and in Woods Hole, Massachusetts, USA .  ... 
doi:10.3354/meps09841 fatcat:i3vyq4qzerbpnhuylqdd4lqdgi

Tropical Important Plant Areas, plant species richness and conservation in the British Virgin Islands

Michele Dani Sanchez, Colin Clubbe, Nancy Woodfield-Pascoe, Sara Bárrios, Joseph Smith Abbott, Thomas Heller, Natasha Harrigan, Keith Grant, Cassander Titley-O'Neal, Martin Allen Hamilton
2021 Nature Conservation  
The global loss of biodiversity is a pressing and urgent issue and halting loss is the focus of many international agreements and targets.  ...  However, data on species distribution, threats and protection are limited and sometimes lacking in many parts of the world.  ...  Discussions held at the international TIPAs workshop in April 2019 on Tortola, BVI, highlighted the potential and benefits that the identification of TIPAs can have to deliver robust data for conservation  ... 
doi:10.3897/natureconservation.45.73544 fatcat:ejolq5mokfe6bejl7l7noedpma

Marine biodiversity and ecosystem function: empirical approaches and future research needs

M Solan, DG Raffaeli, DM Paterson, PCL White, GJ Pierce
2006 Marine Ecology Progress Series  
Stal Biodiversity-ecosystem function relationship in microphytobenthic diatoms of the Westerschelde estuary ............................................................ 191-201  ...  Why biodiversity is important to oceanography: potential roles of genetic, species, and trophic diversity in pelagic ecosystem processes ............... 179-189 R. M. Forster, V. Créach, K. Sabbe, W.  ...  Solan for the invitation to contribute to this Theme Section; the NCEAS Working Group on Marine Biodiversity and Ecosystem Services for stimulating discussion; H. Ducklow, R.  ... 
doi:10.3354/meps311175 fatcat:xlpemue72nfrzg3rsialjbzmru

Eos, Transactions, American Geophysical Union Volume 87, Number 30, 25 July 2006

2006 EOS  
The Generic Mapping Tools software package distributed by Wessel and Smith [1998] was used in plotting some of the figures.  ...  Salwasser et al., tes- timony before the Subcommittee on Forests and Forest Health, Committee on Resources, U.S. House of Representatives, 109th Congress, 2nd session, 24 Feb.  ...  The workshop provided initial guidance on addressing the challenges. Cultural Issues In an early presentation, A. Paul R.  ... 
doi:10.1029/eost2006eo30 fatcat:wnzaltmztfhmhdosvos6ghggnu

Test of the Document Citation

Brooking Gatewood, John Gallo, Frank Davis, Dustin Pearce, Chet Work, Sharyn Main, Others Thathelped
2017 Figshare  
Environmental Modelling & Software.  ...  conservation focused on broader ecosys tems and species communities (i.e. mutual benefits for multiple species) Supporting strategic and realistic approaches to invasive species management ENDNOTES 1  ...  Santa Barbara Museum of Natural History, the Guadalupe-Nipomo Dunes Center, Wilderness Youth Project, 2 In a few cases, like wetland density, the values were scaled with a more complex function based on  ... 
doi:10.6084/m9.figshare.5725675.v1 fatcat:f4vk4ibbfrcu5gxo5o4j35ucze

Exclusion in Digital Markets

Konstantinos Stylianou
2017 Social Science Research Network  
Technologies, 2ND IEEE INT'L SYMP. ON NEW FRONTIERS IN DYNAMIC SPECTRUM ACCESS NETWORKS 633 (2007). 190.  ...  health of the Internet ecosystem  ... 
doi:10.2139/ssrn.2963648 fatcat:t7gwp5h2jzggrkjvmaqj5gnaxq

Before and after GDPR: tracking in mobile apps [article]

Konrad Kollnig, Reuben Binns, Max Van Kleek, Ulrik Lyngs, Jun Zhao, Claudine Tinsman, Nigel Shadbolt
2021 pre-print
Proceedings of the 2nd International Workshop on Multimedia Privacy and Security, 88–95. https://doi.org/10.1145/326735 7.3267368 Song, Y., & Hengartner, U. (2015).  ...  Proceedings of the 38th International Conference on Software Engineering Companion, 653–656. https://doi.org/10.1145/2889160.2889178 Massé, E. (2020).  ... 
doi:10.14763/2021.4.1611 arXiv:2112.11117v1 fatcat:7gtunri33zbjhehplyqkojejp4

Towards Understanding the Information Ecosystem Through the Lens of Multiple Web Communities [article]

Savvas Zannettou
2019 arXiv   pre-print
In this thesis, we study the information ecosystem on the Web by presenting a typology that includes the various types of false information, the involved actors and their possible motives.  ...  Then, we follow a data-driven cross-platform quantitative approach to analyze billions of posts from Twitter, Reddit, 4chan's /pol/, and Gab, to shed light on: 1) how news and memes travel from one Web  ...  ., on intern budgets or even early career hires.  ... 
arXiv:1911.10517v1 fatcat:piuwv7zv7zghlof5tqhuhnukla

International Journal of Management, Knowledge and Learning International Journal of Management, Knowledge and Learning Editor-in-Chief

Anca Draghici, Larisa Ivascu, Adrian Mateescu, George Draghici, Marzanna Witek-Hajduk, Tomasz Napiórkowski, Kristijan Breznik, Matti Muhos
www.ijmkl.si International Journal of Management, Knowledge and Learning   unpublished
Acknowledgements The project was funded by the National Science Centre conferred on the basis of the decision No. UMO-2013/11/B/HS4/02123.  ...  Acknowledgements The article has presented the research results obtained in the national project: Researches based on Knowledge Management Approach Concerning Industry-University Collaboration in the Open  ...  Case study research: Design and methods (2nd ed.). London, England: Sage.  ... 
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Volume 54, Number 5 (September 2001)

Editorial Board
2001 Journal of range management  
One-herd multiple-pasture systems facilitate such deferment and allow the use of fire in non-drought years at a frequency of 4 to 6 years to internalize the cost of treating the brush by avoiding the cost  ...  Conclusion Invasive plants can have adverse effects on rangeland and pasture ecosystems by disrupting ecosystem processes and reducing their capacity to recover after disturbance.  ...  Autumn-drought had no effect on the proportion of grasses, but reduced legumes and resulted in an increase in other species.  ... 
doi:10.2458/azu_jrm_v54i5_board fatcat:6uat4223gzgp5jpxpjh4iswgfy

Scales and mechanisms of marine hotspot formation

EL Hazen, RM Suryan, JA Santora, SJ Bograd, Y Watanuki, RP Wilson
2013 Marine Ecology Progress Series  
Waggett for providing advice on zooplankton sampling and identification. M. Bowers and J.  ...  We thank the students, interns, and volunteers at the Marine Mammal Behavior and Cognition Laboratory at the University of Southern Mississippi and personnel of the Institute for Marine Mammal Studies  ...  INTRODUCTION Inhabiting the largest ecosystem on earth, seabirds and marine mammals are truly global organisms and sentinels of ocean ecosystem state (Tittensor et al. 2010 .  ... 
doi:10.3354/meps10477 fatcat:yi2yk5fqmjdm7lwmng46syu4cy

Acanthosis Nigricans and Diabetes Risk Factors: Prevalence in Young Persons Seen in Southwestern US Primary Care Practices

A. S. Kong, R. L. Williams, M. Smith, A. L. Sussman, B. Skipper, A. C. Hsi, R. L. Rhyne
2007 Annals of Family Medicine  
Descriptive and univariate statistics were performed with SPSS 13.0 (SPSS Inc, Chicago, Ill). 20 All random effects models were performed using HLM 6.0 (Scientifi c Software International, Inc, Lincolnwood  ...  ECOSY S T EMIC CHRONIC C A R E THE NATURE OF CHRONIC CARE ACTIVITIES Chronic care activities have 2 main characteristics.  ...  "Not only are they (the principles) comprehensive, but they don't put the onus of the solution on any one group.  ... 
doi:10.1370/afm.678 pmid:17548847 pmcid:PMC1886491 fatcat:a5ssko5qffcfhky4sybz6ccocu

Tagging through the stages: technical and ecological challenges in observing life histories through biologging

GL Shillinger, H Bailey, SJ Bograd, EL Hazen, M Hamann, P Gaspar, BJ Godley, RP Wilson, JR Spotila
2012 Marine Ecology Progress Series  
In this Theme Section, we highlight novel uses of biologging data on juvenile animals, including reviews of tagging efforts on multiple lifehistory stages and the integration of oceanographic data in tagging  ...  multiple life stages of an estuarine-dependent fish ........................... 241-250 Melnychuk MC, Walters CJ, Christensen V, Bothwell ML, Welch DW Effects of solar ultraviolet radiation exposure on  ...  Grima for their support on the ARIANE software, to J. Willson for extracting and providing leatherbacks' incidental catch data, to B.  ... 
doi:10.3354/meps09816 fatcat:g6zb4msnfrbn3d4e76kxfohqpi

Call for Geological Papers: 2003 GSA Section Meetings

2002 GSA Today  
We are grateful to Hope Jahren, Ken MacLeod, Woody Wise, and an anonymous reviewer for helpful comments on an earlier manuscript.  ...  ACKNOWLEDGMENTS We thank the highly capable drilling operations team, the crew, and the technicians who sailed on Leg 198 for their outstanding support.  ...  The origin of extinctions at the K-T boundary (65 Ma) is well understood, however, the effect of the event on biogeochemical cycling and marine ecosys-tems is still not completely constrained.  ... 
doi:10.1130/1052-5173(2002)012<0012:cfgpgs>2.0.co;2 fatcat:ucc7gf4j65gqrcd3zdg7sgqqdm
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