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Carolyn Wilson Harris [article]

Mary F. Miller
1910 The Bryologist  
CAROLYN WILSON HARRIS. MARY F. MILLER. The death of a well-known member of the Sullivant Moss Society, Mrs. Carolyn W. Harris, occurred on May 3rd, 1910, at Lakewood, New Jersey. Mrs.  ... 
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A Memoir of Carolyn Wilson Harris [article]

Bruce Fink
1910 The Bryologist  
XIII SEPTEMBER-NOVEMBER 1910 Nos. 5-6 A MEMOIR OF CAROLYN WILSON HARRIS. BRUCE FINK. Mrs.  ...  Carolyn Wilson Harris was born in Springfield, Ohio, December 8th, 1849, and died at Lakewood, New Jersey, May 3d, 19ro.  ... 
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Defining Subsets of Patients With Chronic Bronchitis

Robert Wilson, Carolyn B. Wilson
1997 Chest  
doi:10.1378/chest.112.6_supplement.303s pmid:9400893 fatcat:wehbt4knunazrgipyjotpxvqm4

Introduction to special issue honoring G. Terence "Terry" Wilson

Carolyn B. Becker, Glenn Waller
2017 Behaviour Research and Therapy  
Terence (Terry) Wilson.  ...  Becker, Ph.D., Department of Psychology, Trinity University; Glenn Waller, D.Phil, Department of Psychology, University of Sheffield Contact: Carolyn Becker, One Trinity Place, San Antonio, TX 78212-7200  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.brat.2016.08.005 pmid:28110671 fatcat:ghr5g2kv5naq3nrl3xqxp4z6iq

Conference announcements; Dr. John Wilson Eedy 1944-2003; Errata CFN 125(1):53

Carolyn Callaghan
2011 Canadian field-naturalist  
Wilson Eedy, a scientist and humanitarian, died suddenly in Nigeria on June 23rd, 2003. J. Wilson Eedy was born in Stratford, Ontario September 30 th 1944.  ...  As much of his work was in the north, Wilson had a great deal of contact with First Nation's people.  ... 
doi:10.22621/cfn.v125i2.1211 fatcat:2qz5ok2fbbgjxjmvyqffdr3ybe

Social Interactions of Breeding Common Murres and a Razorbill

Carolyn J. Walsh, Sabina I. Wilhelm, Iain J. Stenhouse, Anne E. Storey
2001 Wilson bulletin  
We observed a male Razorbill (Alca torda) residing among a group of breeding Common Murres (Uria aalge) on Great Island, Newfoundland, during 1996-2000. Behavioral observations indicated that the presence of the Razorbill directly contributed to the break-up of one pair of murres and prevented another pair from producing an egg. In addition, murres with sites close to the Razorbill site may have experienced increased energetic demands arising from aggressive interactions frequently initiated by
more » ... the Razorbill. A consequence of the presence of a heterospecific resident in a seabird colony may be decreased reproductive success for individuals breeding nearby.
doi:10.1676/0043-5643(2001)113[0449:siobcm]2.0.co;2 fatcat:2yf5ebuxerazzn4c5ckllvpmka

CLIMATE CHANGE AS REFLECTED IN A NATURALIST'S DIARY, MIDDLEBOROUGH, MASSACHUSETTS

ANNA LEDNEVA, ABRAHAM J. MILLER-RUSHING, RICHARD B. PRIMACK, CAROLYN IMBRES
2004 Wilson bulletin  
exhibiting earlier spring phenologies.Of the 16 bird species, 5 species-Wood Duck (Aix sponsa), Ruby-throated Hummingbird (Archilochus colubris), House Wren (Troglodytes aedon), Ovenbird (Seiurus au- WILSON  ...  Feb-Mar Wood frog (Rana sylvatica) Ϫ2.86 0.11 0.069 Feb-Mar Insects Mourning cloak (Nymphalis antiopa) Ϫ0.13 0.00 0.93 Feb-Apr Spring azure (Celastrina ladon) Ϫ1.40 0.11 0.11 Feb-Apr WILSON  ... 
doi:10.1676/04-016 fatcat:6bwaeoxoy5hqvmgpn7n3haf3be

TRAINING COMMUNICATION SKILLS IN YOUNG CHILDREN

CAROLYN UHLINGER SHANTZ, KARL E. WILSON
1972 Child Development  
Shantz & Wilson 6. Shantz & Wilson 9.  ...  What are possible reasons for the various indications of significant Shantz & Wilson 7.  ... 
doi:10.1111/j.1467-8624.1972.tb01137.x fatcat:zurwhiby5ndplhdi6bzo5tq63u

ARDS Subphenotypes: Understanding a Heterogeneous Syndrome

Jennifer G Wilson, Carolyn S Calfee
2020 Critical Care  
This article is one of ten reviews selected from the Annual Update in Intensive Care and Emergency Medicine 2020. Other selected articles can be found online at https://www.biomedcentral.com/collections/annualupdate2020. Further information about the Annual Update in Intensive Care and Emergency Medicine is available from http://www.springer.com/series/8901.
doi:10.1186/s13054-020-2778-x pmid:32204722 pmcid:PMC7092435 fatcat:ozydqoynajfq3ig6qyzyqi3msm

Continuous families of isospectral Riemannian metrics which are not locally isometric [article]

Carolyn S. Gordon, Edward N. Wilson
1997 arXiv   pre-print
Two Riemannian manifolds are said to be isospectral if the associated Laplace-Belttrami operators have the same eigenvalue spectrum. If the manifolds have boundary, one specifies DIrichlet or Neumann isospectrality depending on the boundary conditions imposed on the eigenfunctions. We construct continuous families of (Neumann and Dirichlet) isospectral metrics which have different local geometry on manifolds with boundary in every dimension greater than 6 and also new examples of pairs of
more » ... isospectral manifolds with different local geometry. These examples illustrate for the first time that the Ricci curvature of a Riemannian manifold is not spectrally determined.
arXiv:dg-ga/9702011v1 fatcat:epxuwpc6ovep7lgrqj6okhj5c4

Media and Information Literacy: Pedagogy and Possibilities
Alfabetización mediática e informacional: proyecciones didácticas

Carolyn Wilson
2012 Comunicar  
En caso contrario, los educadores estarían descuidando el uso de im portantes herramientas críticas (Wilson & Duncan, 2009: 134) .  ...  . • El aumento exponencial consecuente de los textos y de los mensajes de los medios de comunicación (procedentes de múltiples autores, con valores, precisión y propósitos muy diferentes) (Wilson & al  ... 
doi:10.3916/c39-2012-02-01 fatcat:dwfbriafmzdede224onmo2zn4i

BREEDING PHENOLOGY AND SUCCESS OF BLACK SWIFTS IN BOX CANYON, OURAY, COLORADO

Sue E. Hirshman, Carolyn Gunn, Richard G. Levad
2007 The Wilson Journal of Ornithology  
This study presents 11 years of nesting success and phenology data for Black Swifts (Cypseloides niger) at Box Canyon in Ouray, Colorado. Nest data were recorded on a near-daily basis for 160 nest attempts. Nesting success was 72% and mean and extreme dates of nesting events, including arrival, egg-laying, onset of incubation, hatching, and fledging are reported. On average, Black Swifts arrived on 13 June, egg laying started on 28 June, incubation started on 1 July, hatching occurred on 26
more » ... , and fledging occurred on 13 September. The average incubation period was 26 days and the nestling phase was 48 days. In seven instances, a second egg appeared after loss of the first egg and, in one case, a third egg appeared. It was not possible to ascertain whether second or third eggs represented a renesting attempt or nest usurpation.
doi:10.1676/06-112.1 fatcat:vup2n24ohjaprek5f2jgnys24m

MULTIPLE CONGENITAL MALFORMATIONS: A CONSIDERATION OF ETIOLOGIC FACTORS

JOSEF WARKANY, CAROLYN B. ROTH, JAMES G. WILSON
1948 Pediatrics  
., CAROLYN B. ROTH, AND JAMES G. WILSON, Ph.D., Cincinnati, Ohio and Rochester, N.Y.  ...  '* Anomalies may occur in several members of a family and 470 JOSEF WARKANY, CAROLYN B. ROTH AND JAMES G. WILSON they may be symmetrical or ‘‘serially homologous.”  ... 
doi:10.1542/peds.1.4.462 fatcat:qdut5i5atbadpicmsra6st3zdi

Isometry Groups of Riemannian Solvmanifolds

Carolyn S. Gordon, Edward N. Wilson
1988 Transactions of the American Mathematical Society  
As a corollary, we obtain a new proof of the following: (4.4) COROLLARY (WILSON [W] ).  ...  At is a Riemannian solvmanifold with a transitive nilpotent isometry group //, Wilson [W] showed that the connected component N of the identity in rj acts simply transitively on M, is normal in /(At)  ... 
doi:10.2307/2000761 fatcat:5mqmsteihff5npgriewtrwa3je

COVID-19 and Acute Sarcopenia

Carly Welch, Carolyn Greig, Tahir Masud, Daisy Wilson, Thomas A Jackson
2020 Aging and Disease  
The COVID-19 pandemic has had a devastating global impact, with older adults being most at risk of death from the disease. However, acute sarcopenia occurs in survivors of COVID-19; older adults and the most critically unwell patients are the most at risk. Acute sarcopenia is an under-recognised condition of acute muscle insufficiency, defined by declines in muscle function and/or quantity within six months, usually following a stressor event. This commentary reviews definition and mechanisms
more » ... acute sarcopenia in COVID-19 and suggests recommendations for research and clinical practice. Research should now focus on the longer-term consequences of acute sarcopenia in patients who have suffered from COVID-19. At the same time, clinicians need to be increasingly aware of the condition, and measurements of muscle strength, quantity, and physical performance should be embedded into clinical practice. Clinicians should consider the risks of acute sarcopenia when weighing up the risks and benefits of treatment (e.g. dexamethasone), and instigate multidisciplinary treatment including dietetics input.
doi:10.14336/ad.2020.1014 pmid:33269092 pmcid:PMC7673845 fatcat:n3mr3wet2jhtbhrcslrgkbplam
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