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Preface to special issue: EXPRESS, ICE and SOS 2009

2012 Mathematical Structures in Computer Science  
We would also like to thank the program committees of EXPRESS, ICE and SOS 2009, for the evaluation of the proceeding versions of these papers, and Catuscia Palamidessi, who has supported this special  ...  This special issue of Mathematical Structures in Computer Science contains a selection of papers presented at three satellite events of CONCUR'09, which was held between 31 August and 5 September 2009  ... 
doi:10.1017/s0960129511000363 fatcat:k5ige5b2mrawlf5iy24w7kg2ue

Preface to the Special Issue on "Hydrology from Space"

Anny Cazenave, Hubert Savenije
2008 Surveys in geophysics  
Remote sensing instruments aboard Earth-orbiting satellites give excellent new information on water distributed over the Earth-"Hydrology from Space" is the topic of the Special Issue of Surveys in Geophysics  ...  This Special Issue The objective of this thematic issue is to provide an overview of recent progress accomplished in continental-scale hydrology using remote sensing observations.  ...  Different papers in this Special Issue address the estimation of different elements of the water balance.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s10712-008-9052-0 fatcat:fnqekpqtirckjau22dn2hesilm

Uncertainty in climate change impacts on basin-scale freshwater resources – preface to the special issue: the QUEST-GSI methodology and synthesis of results

M. C. Todd, R. G. Taylor, T. J. Osborn, D. G. Kingston, N. W. Arnell, S. N. Gosling
2011 Hydrology and Earth System Sciences  
This paper presents a preface to this Special Issue on the results of the QUEST-GSI (Global Scale Impacts) project on climate change impacts on catchment scale water resources.  ...  The project method involved running simulations of catchmentscale hydrology using a unified set of past and future climate scenarios, to enable a consistent analysis of the climate impacts around the globe  ...  The authors are also greatly indebted to the project partners associated with each of the study river catchment. Edited by: T. Wagener  ... 
doi:10.5194/hess-15-1035-2011 fatcat:rxehgo5jm5cdzmbjgfdbzh3as4

Preface to special issue on "Renewable Energy"

Takao Yamashita
For wind power and many other renewable technologies, growth accelerated in 2009 relative to the previous four years.  ...  One of solutions to current environmental issues in terms of energy conservation is an effective utilization of renewable energy.  ...  This special issue of IDEC Journal in 2010 invites papers contributed by IDEC students and teachers who do research on the renewable energy and its application to establishment of low carbon society which  ... 
doi:10.15027/32440 fatcat:zwngzecrqnd65glmgcau7n5kma

Volume 13 Issue 1

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2014 NJES: Nordic Journal of English studies  
This study compares the metadiscourse (i.e. the meanings which relate to the writers and readers of a text) in two samples of English and Swedish non-fiction texts and their translations in the English  ...  In the translations into English, a tendency was also found for translators to reduce emphasis by omitting boosters and, in some cases, inserting hedges.  ...  century (Calle-Martín and Miranda-García 2009: 347-364; Perales-Escudero 2011: 316-319).  ... 
doi:10.35360/njes.298 fatcat:d4y2drh2pjc45ea7uu4fmovwmu

LLCS Vol 2 Issue 3, Full Issue

2011 Longitudinal and life course studies  
Acknowledgements We are grateful to all participants in the 2002-2004 biomedical follow up and to nurses, office and laboratory staff who contributed to the successful completion of the study.  ...  Thanks are due to everyone at the Centre for Longitudinal Studies and the MRC National Survey of Health and Development engaged in running the cohort studies and to cohort members themselves.  ...  The conference abstracts will be published as a special supplement of the January 2012 Issue of LLCS.  ... 
doi:10.14301/llcs.v2i3.175 fatcat:ehhmvs3llngwfjemz7vrx7zphi

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JCER | Journal of Contemporary European Research
2009 Journal of Contemporary European Research  
Complete Issue  ...  The contributors and editors are reflexive enough to draw attention to this. The conclusion, effectively 'more of the same' is far from the most exciting but is somewhat comforting nonetheless.  ...  But the darker side of the findings remain the most contentious and the meticulous work presented in this collection deserves to spark further research into the EU's weakening democratic accountability  ... 
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Annotating the ICE corpora pragmatically – preliminary issues & steps

Martin Weisser
2017 ICAME Journal  
These levels, however, have so far primarily been restricted to lexis and lexico-grammar, while relatively little has to date been achieved in the investigation of pragmatic strategies used by the speakers  ...  This paper will propose a suitable model and format for converting and enriching the ICE corpora with different levels of pragmatics-relevant information, as well as discussing the issues involved in this  ...  <$B> <ICE-IND:S1A-015#2:1:B> <O> A few words </O> as it is <$A> <ICE-IND:S1A-015#3:1:A> Of course we speak on <O> one or two words </O> <$B> <ICE-IND:S1A-015#4:1:B> Uh <$A> <ICE-IND:S1A-015#5:1:A> So specially  ... 
doi:10.1515/icame-2017-0008 fatcat:2kko52mecjestkbs5yjdxobgdq

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Language Value
2021 Language Value  
Whole issue  ...  This research was supported by the Spanish Ministry of Economy and Competitiveness (project code: FFI2015-68638-r MInECO/FEDEr, EU) and by the regional Government of Aragón (project code: H16_17r).  ...  Gradually it will concentrate on issues that apply to any language teaching and, to do so, takes into account the tenets of foreign language teaching, with particular attention to the English language.  ... 
doi:10.6035/languagev.6319 fatcat:mbfqixzkkjgqvbqyp67rix5ll4

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CGJSC Editors
2014 Canadian Graduate Journal of Sociology and Criminology  
Vol. 3 -Issue l No. 1 -Spring / printemps 2014 VOL. 3.1 2 CGJSC welcomes submissions from graduate students involved in research outside of, but related to, the disciplines of sociology  ...  We aim to publish insightful and well-written empirical pieces that enrich the collective knowledge within the disciplines of sociology and criminology.  ...  Acknowledgements I would like to thank Dr. Diana Majury, Dr. Debra Graham, Dr. Diana Young, as well as the blind reviewers and editors of CGJSC for their contributions.  ... 
doi:10.15353/cgjsc-rcessc.v3i1.105 fatcat:rgtnt27b5fbt5bkl3tzygac4c4

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Dwayne Lepitzki
2020 Canadian field-naturalist  
Promoting the study and conservation of northern biodiversity since 1880 The Ottawa Field-Naturalists' Club FOUNDED 1863 (CURRENT INCORPORATION 1879) Patron  ...  We thank the various Inuvialuit hunters who kindly talked to us about their personal observations of wildlife on the spring sea ice, particularly Lennie Emaghok (Tuktoyaktuk Hunters and Trappers Committee  ...  Sampling was conducted under Fisheries and Oceans Canada Species at Risk permit 19-PCAA-00026 to T.J.M. and continued his massive correspondence effort to glean information from botanical experts to learn  ... 
doi:10.22621/cfn.v134i2.2647 fatcat:xy3wmwytljgdzk34pm76zfmq3e

First issue for 2014

Thierry Luescher-Mamashela
2021 Journal of Student Affairs in Africa  
Submissions dealing with student affairs issues from other contexts (e.g. the African diaspora; other emerging economies; developed countries) that are transferable to the African context are also considered  ...  Vision and mission The JSAA aims to contribute to the professionalisation of student affairs in African higher education by publishing high-quality scholarly articles, research and reflective discussions  ...  This issue will be dedicated to the work of Prof. Vincent Tinto, paying special attention to the contribution of student affairs to student retention and student success in African higher education.  ... 
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Dwayne Lepitzki
2019 Canadian field-naturalist  
We thank the Ontario Reptile and Amphibian Atlas for making a vast amount of data available in the public domain and the hundreds of volunteers who have taken the time to submit their observations to those  ...  We also thank Wayne Tucker and Jackie Wells for their review, comments, and contributions to this document, as well as two anonymous reviewers.  ...  The introduction to the first part of this two-part special issue, which is dedicated to Dr.  ... 
doi:10.22621/cfn.v132i2.2199 fatcat:izcs3k7qtvfofo5pa6iltgztti

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Dwayne Lepitzki
2020 Canadian field-naturalist  
The objectives of this Club shall be to promote the appreciation, preservation, and conservation of Canada's natural heritage; to encourage investigation and publish the results of research in all fields  ...  of natural history and to diffuse information on these fields as widely as possible; to support and cooperate with organizations engaged in preserving, maintaining, or restoring environments of high quality  ...  We would like to thank E.  ... 
doi:10.22621/cfn.v134i1.2771 fatcat:2z6iqkxmpnhkxg7cnvln3cfsmm

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2017 Cartographic Perspectives  
Plates looking at agricultural issues include agricultural specialization, potatoes, connected farm buildings, and rural decline.  ...  The shallowest level of the bathymetry in the Arctic Ocean is a bit hard to distinguish from the Greenland ice cap and Ellesmere glaciers, due mostly to the blue form-shading on the ice caps.  ...  Visit for, links to content rules, travel grant applications (for students and professionals), and much more, or email  ... 
doi:10.14714/cp83.1390 fatcat:gly6sn4zwbb2bknw3qygrd44gq
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