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Phylogenomics of monitor lizards and the role of competition in dictating body size disparity [article]

Ian G Brennan, Alan R Lemmon, Emily Moriarty Lemmon, Daniel M Portik, Valter Weijola, Luke Welton, Stephen C Donnellan, J Scott Keogh
2020 bioRxiv   pre-print
biogeographic history and apply these methods to Australian monitors and marsupial predators.  ...  Our results suggest that communities of Australian Varanus show high functional diversity as a result of continent-wide interspecific competition among monitors but not with faunivorous marsupials.  ...  Funding This work was supported by an International Postgraduate Research Scholarship at the Australian National University to IGB, and by an Australian Research Council grant to JSK and SCD.  ... 
doi:10.1101/2020.02.02.931188 fatcat:zpneqmm37zenhc54t44c4mk6l4

Sibelius 2 Notation Software

Tae Hong Park
2003 Computer Music Journal  
However, as with all shortcut keys, it takes some time to assimilate a large vocabulary of keyboard shortcuts, but the rewards are worthwhile in the long run.  ...  This is effectively accomplished through electronic processing and the use of extended techniques on the guitar to create an ambient space that sweeps through the harmonic spectrum.  ... 
doi:10.1162/comj.2003.27.3.106 fatcat:2zkclywgczg5thilldvqujoko4

Products of Interest

2006 Computer Music Journal  
A single vocal part can be extended to form 4, 8, 16, or 32 voices with control over pitch, timing, and vibrato variations available for each voice.  ...  PUNCH is a vocal enhancer that aims to make vocal parts more prevalent in dense mixes, and finally, SYBIL is a de-esser with threshold, ratio, attack, decay controls, and a variable high-pass frequency  ...  Various options include platform, GUI, and site licenses.  ... 
doi:10.1162/comj.2006.30.1.103 fatcat:go4azkaqtnespo26f5sems26me

Documenting the Inevitable: Voting behaviour at the 2013 Australian election [chapter]

Clive Bean, Ian McAllister
2015 Abbott's Gambit: The 2013 Australian Federal Election  
Acknowledgements For their assistance in providing data or clarifying their practices, I am grateful to Chris Pyra and Rebecca Tilly of AMR, Peter Lewis  ...  Yet, at the same time as a billionaire candidate was using his personal resources to underwrite the biggest minor party campaign in Australian political history, at the other end of the spectrum, Cathy  ...  As Campus (2010: 224) has argued: Voters lost the reference points with which they used to orient themselves … At that point, party and coalition leaders appeared as an anchor, a shortcut to making voting  ... 
doi:10.22459/ag.01.2015.24 fatcat:ljqjf4j5tbg3hktliq3zhw35pe

The Future of Transnational Self-Regulation Enforcement and Compliance in Professional Services

Panagiotis Delimatsis
2017 Social Science Research Network  
become China's first comprehensive trade and investment agreement with a supranational customs union.  ...  It starts by analyzing the self-regulation phenomenon in professional services and points to examples where professional associations accentuate their unique nature to justify the importance of nonintervention  ...  Day-to-day regulation remains with the relevant regulatory bodies such as the Law Council of Australia (for solicitors) and the Australian Bar Association (for barristers).  ... 
doi:10.2139/ssrn.2954143 fatcat:e434sq2c7vfjfnqpkmondylv2a

State of the World's Nonfuel Mineral Resources: Supply, Demand, and Socio-Institutional Fundamentals

Mary M. Poulton, Sverker C. Jagers, Stefan Linde, Dirk Van Zyl, Luke J. Danielson, Simon Matti
2013 Annual Review Environment and Resources  
This, in turn, places increasing pressure on mining companies to broaden their concerns when planning new mining projects, covering its "social license to operate" by incorporating strategies for limiting  ...  to political and institutional concerns on how to govern and manage scarce resources in a globalized world. 345 Annu.  ...  ACKNOWLEDGMENTS We apologize to all of the scholars who have contributed to the large body of work on sustainable resource development and mineral economics whose work we did not have room to cite.  ... 
doi:10.1146/annurev-environ-022310-094734 fatcat:i7l3vbysrzadpdi22getypi2jq

Estimating household production outputs with time use episode data

Duncan Ironmonger, Faye Soupourmas
2009 Electronic International Journal of Time Use Reserach  
The 'Guidelines on Harmonized European Time-Use Surveys (HETUS)' issued by EUROSTAT recommend a two-day diary with both one weekday and one weekend day.  ...  In this contribution we use the pooled Flemish time budget data from 1999 and 2004 to compare 7-day diaries with the 2-day diaries as recommended by the EUROSTAT-guidelines.  ...  The Atkinson-Index is calculated with a relative small (ε = 1) and a relative high (ε = 2) inequality aversion to cover a broad spectrum with a multitude of possible normative evaluations.  ... 
doi:10.13085/eijtur.6.2.240-268 fatcat:aiwahhgkfvaoxi2souk5csnjiy

Harvey's hypercodes and the "Propogram" – More than 24 hours per day?

Jonathan Gershuny
2009 Electronic International Journal of Time Use Reserach  
The 'Guidelines on Harmonized European Time-Use Surveys (HETUS)' issued by EUROSTAT recommend a two-day diary with both one weekday and one weekend day.  ...  In this contribution we use the pooled Flemish time budget data from 1999 and 2004 to compare 7-day diaries with the 2-day diaries as recommended by the EUROSTAT-guidelines.  ...  The Atkinson-Index is calculated with a relative small (ε = 1) and a relative high (ε = 2) inequality aversion to cover a broad spectrum with a multitude of possible normative evaluations.  ... 
doi:10.13085/eijtur.6.2.193-199 fatcat:xdf6ratwane2reephoq6625nrm

Timing and fragmentation of daily working hours arrangements and income inequality – An earnings treatment effects approach with German time use diary data

Joachim Merz, Paul Böhm, Derik Burgert
2009 Electronic International Journal of Time Use Reserach  
The 'Guidelines on Harmonized European Time-Use Surveys (HETUS)' issued by EUROSTAT recommend a two-day diary with both one weekday and one weekend day.  ...  In this contribution we use the pooled Flemish time budget data from 1999 and 2004 to compare 7-day diaries with the 2-day diaries as recommended by the EUROSTAT-guidelines.  ...  The Atkinson-Index is calculated with a relative small (ε = 1) and a relative high (ε = 2) inequality aversion to cover a broad spectrum with a multitude of possible normative evaluations.  ... 
doi:10.13085/eijtur.6.2.200-239 fatcat:uv2rwxlttzggzgrlegbupiheby

Senioritis in repose

John P. Robinson, Andrew Caporaso
2009 Electronic International Journal of Time Use Reserach  
The 'Guidelines on Harmonized European Time-Use Surveys (HETUS)' issued by EUROSTAT recommend a two-day diary with both one weekday and one weekend day.  ...  In this contribution we use the pooled Flemish time budget data from 1999 and 2004 to compare 7-day diaries with the 2-day diaries as recommended by the EUROSTAT-guidelines.  ...  The Atkinson-Index is calculated with a relative small (ε = 1) and a relative high (ε = 2) inequality aversion to cover a broad spectrum with a multitude of possible normative evaluations.  ... 
doi:10.13085/eijtur.6.2.306-313 fatcat:3zyuta4h6jdqvchugf5m56u2l4

How many days? A comparison of the quality of time-use data from 2-day and 7-day diaries

Ignace Glorieux, Joeri Minnen
2009 Electronic International Journal of Time Use Reserach  
The 'Guidelines on Harmonized European Time-Use Surveys (HETUS)' issued by EUROSTAT recommend a two-day diary with both one weekday and one weekend day.  ...  In this contribution we use the pooled Flemish time budget data from 1999 and 2004 to compare 7-day diaries with the 2-day diaries as recommended by the EUROSTAT-guidelines.  ...  The Atkinson-Index is calculated with a relative small (ε = 1) and a relative high (ε = 2) inequality aversion to cover a broad spectrum with a multitude of possible normative evaluations.  ... 
doi:10.13085/eijtur.6.2.314-327 fatcat:xdwbsql5xzesppuf6hppsqcefu

Variations in the rational use of time – The travel pulse of commutes between home and job

William Michelson
2009 Electronic International Journal of Time Use Reserach  
The 'Guidelines on Harmonized European Time-Use Surveys (HETUS)' issued by EUROSTAT recommend a two-day diary with both one weekday and one weekend day.  ...  In this contribution we use the pooled Flemish time budget data from 1999 and 2004 to compare 7-day diaries with the 2-day diaries as recommended by the EUROSTAT-guidelines.  ...  The Atkinson-Index is calculated with a relative small (ε = 1) and a relative high (ε = 2) inequality aversion to cover a broad spectrum with a multitude of possible normative evaluations.  ... 
doi:10.13085/eijtur.6.2.269-285 fatcat:xrpwgxzudveabjfrq7vgv7e77a

Sharing of tasks and lifestyle among aged couples

Iiris Niemi
2009 Electronic International Journal of Time Use Reserach  
The 'Guidelines on Harmonized European Time-Use Surveys (HETUS)' issued by EUROSTAT recommend a two-day diary with both one weekday and one weekend day.  ...  In this contribution we use the pooled Flemish time budget data from 1999 and 2004 to compare 7-day diaries with the 2-day diaries as recommended by the EUROSTAT-guidelines.  ...  The Atkinson-Index is calculated with a relative small (ε = 1) and a relative high (ε = 2) inequality aversion to cover a broad spectrum with a multitude of possible normative evaluations.  ... 
doi:10.13085/eijtur.6.2.286-305 fatcat:osp3d5yqpvfe3kwihav7mfutru

Medicine and Phlebolymphology: Time to Change?

Attilio Cavezzi
2020 Journal of Clinical Medicine  
Aging brings a relevant burden of chronic degenerative diseases and disabilities, with relevant socio-economic repercussions; thus, a major attention to cost-effectiveness and appropriateness of healthcare  ...  Translational and integrative medicine may contribute to a patient-centered approach.  ...  Scientific evidence undoubtedly has the merit to harmonize the medical approach worldwide with a high level of trust.  ... 
doi:10.3390/jcm9124091 pmid:33353052 fatcat:cejnbjhxnndo3p3et42y34i5uq

The licensing of DNA patents by US academic institutions: an empirical survey

Lori Pressman, Richard Burgess, Robert M Cook-Deegan, Stephen J McCormack, Io Nami-Wolk, Melissa Soucy, LeRoy Walters
2006 Nature Biotechnology  
They brought together a range of individuals with a view to facilitating dialogue and exploring the scope for moving some of the issues forward.  ...  All or some of us have visited Brazil, China, India, Kenya, and South Africa, and we have consulted with public sector officials, the private sector and NGOs in London, Brussels, Geneva, and Washington  ...  ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS The Commission would like to thank all the very many people with whom we consulted during the course of our investigations, and who offered their valuable insights, expertise and time.  ... 
doi:10.1038/nbt0106-31 pmid:16404390 pmcid:PMC2726797 fatcat:6ojjw6lcqnhbjce4fsi6qftkia
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