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Carbon Accumulation at the Harvard Forest: A Comparison of Methods for Measuring Tree Biomass for Regional Extrapolation of the Eddy-Flux Tower Footprint
Questions about regional carbon cycling dynamics are particularly important for northeastern forests because of their significance in the North American terrestrial carbon sink. The long-term study of CO2 exchange at ...
Binocular Vision Skills in Human Observers
EOCENE SELACHIAN FAUNA FROM NEARSHORE MARINE DEPOSITS, AMPAZONY, NORTHWESTERN MADAGASCAR
A new fossil-bearing locality near the northwestern Malagasy town of Ampazony yielded fossils of several selachian genera during the summer field seasons of 2001 and 2003. The sedimentology of the site and the temporal ...
Dynamic Indicators of Basic Early Literacy Skills: An Effective Tool to Assess Adult Literacy Students?
Abstract This study examined the validity of administering Dynamic Indicators of Basic Early Literacy Skills to monitor and direct the instruction of Adult Basic Education Students. Sixty ABE students and 40 elementary ...
LOCAL ELECTRON TRANSPORT OF ORGANIC SEMICONDUCTING MONOLAYERS
Nanoscale devices are promising for the next generation of electronics, providing possibilities for greater hard drive storage capacity and higher computer execution speed. There are many strategies to produce such devices, ...
Evidence of hysteresis in the neuromuscular system of 3rd instar Sarcophaga bullata
Hysteresis in neuromuscular systems is a marked deviation in force production from the predicted magnitude based on motoneuron rate. Third instar Sarcophaga bullata larvae were selected as model organisms for the investigation ...
On Intersecting 2-Brane Solutions in Type IIA Supergravity Theory
In string theory, a string is a one-dimensional strand of energy with a size scale of 10-33 cm living in ten dimensional spacetime. Theoretically, the known subatomic particles, such as quarks and electrons, are made of ...
Sí, quiero: The Legalization of Same-Sex Marriage in Argentina
On July 15, 2010, Argentina became the first Latin American country and only the tenth nation worldwide to legalize same-sex marriage at the national level. Situated in a region known for the influence of Catholicism, the ...