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Palms

Author : Dennis Victor Johnson
ISBN : 2831703522
Genre : Nature
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Increasing demands on the world's natural resources pose a serious threat to palm biodiversity. This action plan identifies the most threatened palm species in order to present recommendations for conservation measures that cater to their specific requirements, and to provide strategic guidelines for the conservation and sustainable utilization of the many palms that provide food, construction material, and an important source of revenue for many people.

Sustained

Author : Emma Chase
ISBN : 9781501102073
Genre : Fiction
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When you're a defense attorney in Washington, DC, you see firsthand how hard life can be, and that sometimes the only way to survive is to be harder. Jake Becker has a reputation for being cold, callous, and intimidating-- and that's necessary when he's breaking down a witness on the stand. Then Chelsea McQuaid and her six orphaned nieces and nephews came along and complicated the ever-loving hell out of his life. Chelsea needs someone to help her, defend her ... and the kids, too, of course ...

The Lifter Of My Head

Author : Susan McRoberts
ISBN : 9781602473133
Genre : Health & Fitness
File Size : 39. 78 MB
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"The Lifter of My Head" offers medical guidance and spiritual insight to women who may be plagued with this disorder. Sue explains in her memoir, the phases of illness, recovery, and the scriptures that sustained her throughout her healing.

The Road To Sustained Growth In Jamaica

Author : World Bank
ISBN : 082135826X
Genre : Jamaica
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Sustained And Controlled Release Drug Delivery Systems

Author : Joseph R. Robinson
ISBN : UOM:39015006691334
Genre : Controlled release preparations
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Vigilance The Problem Of Sustained Attention

Author : Carl M. Stroh
ISBN : 9781483151106
Genre : Psychology
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Vigilance: The Problem of Sustained Attention deals with vigilance and how the ability to sustain attention is influenced by certain definite conditions of the external and internal environment. Topics covered range from factors affecting vigilance performance to the physiological correlates of vigilance, theories of vigilance performance, and the relationship between arousal and vigilance performance. This volume is comprised of six chapters and begins with an overview of research on vigilance behavior, followed by a discussion on some of the factors affecting vigilance performance, including signal frequency and personality. Subsequent chapters explore physiological correlates of vigilance such as galvanic skin resistance and cortical evoked potentials; reinforcement theory, expectancy theory, and other theories of vigilance performance; and arousal theory and the phenomenon of time error. The final chapter considers some of the conditions that improve vigilance performance, along with the correlation between vigilance and arousal. This book will be of interest to psychologists.

Noise Sustained Patterns

Author : Markus Loecher
ISBN : 9812795596
Genre : Science
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This book investigates the impact of noise upon the emergence and sustenance of patterns. OC PatternsOCO loosely refers to coherent spatial structures, including fronts, as well as temporal patterns. The crucial role of nonlinearities is highlighted and expanded upon in the context of dynamical system frameworks. The author''s familiarity with chaos theory, statistical physics and nonlinear science is reflected in the highly interdisciplinary character of the text. Model equations and experiments taken from fluid dynamics, semiconductor devices, biophysics and statistical mechanics complement theoretical concepts. It should be of great value to researchers and graduate students who desire a quick introduction to the subject. Excursions into emerging fields such as traffic flow simulations and game theory serve to broaden the scope and to encourage the exploration of sundry topics. Contents: Introduction; Essentials; Noise Induced Temporal Phenomena; Adding Spatial Dimensions; Stochastic Transport Phenomena; Sundry Topics; Afterthoughts. Readership: Graduate students and researchers in nonlinear science, chaos and statistical physics."

Sustained Care Of The Cultural Heritage Against Pollution

Author : José María Ballester
ISBN : 9287142335
Genre : Air
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Deterioration of the cultural heritage as a result of pollution and other similar factor is a serious problem in a number of Eurpopean countries. This publication contains articles on this issue by experts, researchers and those involved in the policy-making side of cultural management. In particular, it highlights the need for long-term research and the importance of raising public awareness of our cultural heritage and its protection. [From CoE website]

Sustained Dialogue In Conflicts

Author : Harold H. Saunders
ISBN : 9781137011800
Genre : Political Science
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"Our country is more deeply and angrily divided than at any time in my life," says Harold H. Saunders. Believing that the energies and capacities of citizens outside government are the greatest untapped resources for meeting the challenges of the twenty-first century, Saunders argues that sustained dialogue is a critical instrument for citizens to use in marshaling those resources to develop the relationships essential to peace, efficient organizations, and democratic political and economic development. Beyond that, sustained dialogue offers a creative diplomacy appropriate to the twenty-first century.

Working In High Risk Environments

Author : Douglas Paton
ISBN : 9780398086923
Genre : Political Science
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The impact of events such as the 9/11 terrorist attacks and Hurricane Katrina were felt across the spectrum of organizations. Such events provide vivid illustrations of the exceptional circumstances that emergency and protective service agencies and businesses alike can encounter. The goal of this book is to broaden the perspectives on the populations that need to be included when thinking about high risk groups and from whom insights into resilience and how it is enacted can be sought. The first chapter discusses high risk environments, sustained resilience and stress risk management. Chapter 2 explores family first responders and resilient mothers of special needs children, including case examples. Chapter 3 examines the resilience of Antarctic expeditioners, relationship dynamics, social support, and organizational climate. Information sharing, trust, empowerment and staying cool under pressure is also discussed. Chapter 4 covers business resilience, preventing loss versus facilitating survival, and the role of continuity planning. In Chapter 5, scientific advice for critical decision making, natural hazards and emergency management, uncertainty, team decision making, advice taking, and shared mental models is presented. Chapter 6 covers COP Shot, and the seeds of resiliency. Chapter 7 defines resiliency in high risk groups, and provides a qualitative analysis of law enforcement and elite military personnel. The Johns Hopkins Perspective is explored, focusing on the results and methods of structural modeling. Chapter 8 describes the psychological stress factors in modern military operations, mental hardiness, and leader influence. Chapter 9 pursues the ecological theory of resilience and adaptive capacity in emergency services. Ultimately, the book meets a need on how to respond effectively in a high risk environment, and the information contained will assist agencies and businesses to develop their capacity to adapt to unpredictable and challenging circumstances.This Student Workbook for Radiography in the Digital Age is specifically designed for in-classroom use with the series PowerPoint Slides for Radiography in the Digital Age. Together with the textbook itself and the Instructor Resources CD, these products complete a full package of educational resources tailored for radiography courses in the Physics of Radiography, Principles of Imaging, Digital Image Acquisition and Display, and Radiation Biology and Protection. The Workbook is organized throughout in a concise “fill-in-the-blank” format, focusing on key words to reinforce students’ retention of the material. The wording and sequencing of questions closely mirrors the PowerPoint Slide series for each course. This Workbook strikes a perfect balance between allowing the student to concentrate on the lecture by doing minimal writing while still challenging the student to participate in classroom learning. An effective “note-taking” tool, it also doubles as a reinforcement tool for homework and individual study.

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