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Age, Geochemistry and Origin of the Ardara Appinite Plutons, Northwest Donegal, Ireland

J.Brendan Murphy, R.Damian Nance, Logan B. Gabler, Alexandra Martell, Douglas A. Archibald
2019 Geoscience Canada  
Damian Nance, Logan B. Gabler, Alexandra Martell, and Douglas A. Archibald .  ...  Damian Nance, Logan B. Gabler, Alexandra Martell, and Douglas A. Archibald 1.  ... 
doi:10.12789/geocanj.2019.46.144 fatcat:r4yllrk5evflrbhjcfdthjbehq

Direct carbon emissions from Canadian forest fires, 1959-1999

B.D. Amiro, J.B. Todd, B.M. Wotton, K.A. Logan, M.D. Flannigan, B.J. Stocks, J.A. Mason, D.L. Martell, K.G. Hirsch
2001 Canadian Journal of Forest Research  
Direct emissions of carbon from Canadian forest fires were estimated for all Canada and for each ecozone for the period 1959-1999. The estimates were based on a data base of large fires for the country and calculations of fuel consumption for each fire using
doi:10.1139/cjfr-31-3-512 fatcat:c5uoa2e37vhqpg5wvg3u2qxybm

Large forest fires in Canada, 1959–1997

B. J. Stocks, J. A. Mason, J. B. Todd, E. M. Bosch, B. M. Wotton, B. D. Amiro, M. D. Flannigan, K. G. Hirsch, K. A. Logan, D. L. Martell, W. R. Skinner
2002 Journal of Geophysical Research  
doi:10.1029/2001jd000484 fatcat:llkwal3tnve6zlajoiss2nvet4

PHYD prevents secondary dormancy establishment of seeds exposed to high temperature and is associated with lower PIL5 accumulation

Catherine Martel, Logan K Blair, Kathleen Donohue
2018 Journal of Experimental Botany  
SUPPLEMENTARY DATA Supplementary Table S1: Tests for differences between Ler wild-type and mutant phytochrome genotypes at different temperatures. Results of logistic regression of number of germinants/number of seeds. Differences between Ler wild-type (wt) and mutant phytochromes depended on temperature (Genotype x Temperature interaction: Wald Chi-square = 76.41, P < 0.001, df = 8). See Figure 1B for mean germination proportions. Wald Chi-square is shown comparisons between wt and each mutant
more » ... separately. *P < 0.05; ** P < 0.01; ***P < 0.001. df = 1.
doi:10.1093/jxb/ery140 pmid:29648603 pmcid:PMC5972622 fatcat:eeklixancje5xhtpetajvoe64a

Fire weather index system components for large fires in the Canadian boreal forest

B. D. Amiro, K. A. Logan, B. M. Wotton, M. D. Flannigan, J. B. Todd, B. J. Stocks, D. L. Martell
2004 International journal of wildland fire  
This is a simple approximation of a 'fireload', but differs from that used by Boychuk and Martell (1988; extension of earlier work by P. H.  ... 
doi:10.1071/wf03066 fatcat:ppmg4xwygva4rm5j4pzaqymqyi

Direct carbon emissions from Canadian forest fires, 1959-1999

B D Amiro, J B Todd, B M Wotton, K A Logan, M D Flannigan, B J Stocks, J A Mason, D L Martell, K G Hirsch
2001 Canadian Journal of Forest Research  
Direct emissions of carbon from Canadian forest fires were estimated for all Canada and for each ecozone for the period 1959-1999. The estimates were based on a data base of large fires for the country and calculations of fuel consumption for each fire using
doi:10.1139/x00-197 fatcat:gz5meqlc75cwvhlgxxbgn6anee

Why Do Mortality Rates for Nonvariceal Upper Gastrointestinal Bleeding Differ around the World? A Systematic Review of Cohort Studies

Vipul Jairath, Myriam Martel, Richard FA Logan, Alan N Barkun
2012 Canadian Journal of Gastroenterology  
BACKGROUND: Discrepancies exist in reported mortality rates of nonvariceal upper gastrointestinal bleeding (NVUGIB).OBJECTIVE: To perform a systematic review assessing possible reasons for these disparate findings and to more reliably compare them.METHODS: The MEDLINE, EMBASE and ISI Web of Knowledge databases were searched for studies reporting mortality rates in NVUGIB involving adults and published in English. To ensure robust and contemporary estimates, studies spanning 1996 to January 2011
more » ... that included more than 1000 patients were selected.RESULTS: Eighteen of 3077 studies were selected. Ten studies used administrative databases and the remaining eight used registries. The mortality rates reported in these studies ranged from 1.1% in Japan to 11% in Denmark. There were variations in reported mortality rates among countries and also within countries. Reasons for these disparities included a spectrum of quality in reporting as well as heterogeneous definitions of case ascertainment, differing patient populations with regard to severity of presentation and associated comorbidities, varying durations of follow-up and different health care system-related practices.CONCLUSIONS: Wide differences in reported NVUGIB mortality rates are attributable to differences in adopted methodologies and populations studied. More uniform standards in reporting are needed; only then can true observed variations enable a better understanding of causes of death and pave the way to improved patient outcomes.
doi:10.1155/2012/862905 pmid:22891179 pmcid:PMC3414476 fatcat:gzjlgmrmb5gmhoxzmosuxikl5i

Acute and Chronic Risk Preceding Suicidal Crises Among Middle-Aged Men Without Known Mental Health and/or Substance Abuse Problems

Lara B. Schiff, Kristin M. Holland, Deborah M. Stone, J. Logan, Khiya J. Marshall, Brandi Martell, Brad Bartholow
2015 Crisis  
Suicides among men aged 35-64 years increased by 27% between 1999 and 2013, yet little research exists to examine the nature of the suicide risk within this population. Many men do not seek help if they have mental health problems and suicides may occur in reaction to stressful circumstances. Aims: We examined the precipitating circumstances of 600 suicides without known mental health or substance abuse (MH/SA) problems and with a recent crisis. Whether these suicides occurred within the
more » ... of an acute crisis only or in the context of chronic circumstances was observed. Method: Using data from the National Violent Death Reporting System and employing mixedmethods analysis, we examined the circumstances and context of a census of middle-aged male suicides (n = 600) in seven states between 2005 and 2010. Results: Precipitating circumstances among this group involved intimate partner problems (IPP; 58.3%), criminal/legal problems (50.7%), job/financial problems (22.5%), and health problems (13.5%). Men with IPP and criminal/legal issues were more likely than men with health and/ or job/financial issues to experience suicide in the context of an acute crisis only. Conclusion: Suicides occurring in reaction to an acute crisis only or in the context of acute and chronic circumstances lend themselves to opportunities for intervention. Further implications are discussed. Suicide prevention efforts typically focus on either youths, for whom suicide was the second leading cause of death in 2013 but for whom rates are relatively low (10.9/100,000), or adults over age 65, for whom suicide was the 17th leading cause of death and rates are relatively high (16.2/100,000; Centers for Disease Control and Prevention [CDC], 2013a) compared to the national average (12.6/100,000). The population that has consistently received the least amount of attention is individuals in the "middle years" between the ages of 35 and 64 years (Maris, 1995) . In 2013, suicide was ranked as the fifth leading cause of death for men and women (17.8/100,000) within this age range, and this group carried the largest burden of suicide, comprising over half of all suicides (CDC, 2013a). Moreover, suicides increased 28.4% among middle-aged Americans from 1999 to 2010 (CDC, 2013b). While the increase was observed for both females and males (31.5% and 27.3%, respectively), men make up more than 75% of middle-aged suicides (16,769 vs. 5,538; CDC, 2013b) and are therefore the focus of the current study. Schiff et al.
doi:10.1027/0227-5910/a000329 pmid:26122257 pmcid:PMC6113685 fatcat:64moeemksrahjbttdey5ii76ky

A 500 hPa synoptic wildland fire climatology for large Canadian forest fires, 1959-1996

W. R. Skinner, M. D. Flannigan, B. J. Stocks, D. L. Martell, B. M. Wotton, J. B. Todd, J. A. Mason, K. A. Logan, E. M. Bosch
2002 Theoretical and Applied Climatology  
doi:10.1007/s007040200002 fatcat:bxo4niobzbazdmmt5juvwyxvii

Structures of the autoproteolytic domain from theSaccharomyces cerevisiaenuclear pore complex component, Nup145

Parthasarathy Sampathkumar, Sinem A. Ozyurt, Johnny Do, Kevin T. Bain, Mark Dickey, Logan A. Rodgers, Tarun Gheyi, Andrej Sali, Seung Joong Kim, Jeremy Phillips, Ursula Pieper, Javier Fernandez-Martinez (+10 others)
2010 Proteins: Structure, Function, and Bioinformatics  
doi:10.1002/prot.22707 pmid:20310066 pmcid:PMC3136511 fatcat:mydftwwp5fgrje7c2i4tpti4mu

Assessing Partisan Traits of News Text Attributions [article]

Logan Martel, Edward Newell, Drew Margolin, Derek Ruths
2019 pre-print
On the topic of journalistic integrity, the current state of accurate, impartial news reporting has garnered much debate in context to the 2016 US Presidential Election. In pursuit of computational evaluation of news text, the statements (attributions) ascribed by media outlets to sources provide a common category of evidence on which to operate. In this paper, we develop an approach to compare partisan traits of news text attributions and apply it to characterize differences in statements
more » ... bed to candidate, Hilary Clinton, and incumbent President, Donald Trump. In doing so, we present a model trained on over 600 in-house annotated attributions to identify each candidate with accuracy > 88%. Finally, we discuss insights from its performance for future research.
doi:10.13140/rg.2.2.11343.12966 arXiv:1902.02179v1 fatcat:lu4sq6hjzvau5na2u4oeoqwl6e

Page 332 of None Vol. 149, Issue 3881 [page]

1930 None  
Logan—make one marvel anew at the mentality of the murderer.  ...  Logan holds that the body really was that of the female ‘‘ Bluebeard,’’ and that she had got a little of her deserts.  ... 

Page 451 of Forest and Stream; A Journal of Outdoor Life, Travel, Nature Study, Shooting, Fishing, Yachting Vol. 78, Issue 14 [page]

1912 Forest and Stream; A Journal of Outdoor Life, Travel, Nature Study, Shooting, Fishing, Yachting  
In the shoot- off, after Martel, Prickett and Bennett had broken 8 straight, they decided to shoot it off next Saturday. (he second match, for a turkey, was won by Martel, who broke 20 straight.  ...  Special event No. 3, 50 targets, I6yds.: Hogan 45, Flick 44, Doolittle 48, Blakeslie 41, Brown 40, Parkhurst 40, Rogers 38, Wall 38, Grant 38, Logan 33, Harding 31, Thorp 31, Morgan 25. F. H.  ... 

Page 110 of American Catholic Quarterly Review Vol. 24, Issue 94 [page]

1899 American Catholic Quarterly Review  
, Lombard, Longfield,’ Luttrel, Lyster, Macnamara, Mahon, Mandeville, Mansfield, Mansell, Manning, Marburie, Marsden, Martel, Martin,’ Massey,’ Masterson, Maude, Maunsel,?  ...  Kenney, Kent, Key, King,’ Kingsborough,’ Kingsmill, Kirwan, Knight, Knott,’ Lake,’ Lambert,’ Langrishe,* Lawless, Lea,’ Leader, Lee,* Leigh, Leeson, Leighton,’ Leonard, LePoer, Lesley,’ Lill, Loftus,” Logan  ... 

Page 805 of The Geographical Journal Vol. 23, Issue 6 [page]

1904 The Geographical Journal  
Martel. Les Cavemes de Majorque. Par £. A. Martel. Plan and Illustration*. Terrestrial Magnetism. Poehettino. Atti HA. Lincei, Rendieonti 13 (1 Sem.) (1904): 96-101.  ...  Logan Lobley. (Paper read before the Victoria Institute.) Size 8^ x 5|, pp. 20. Presented by the Author.  ... 
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