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  • Wolfe, Nathan D.; Escalante, Ananias A.; Karesh, William B.; Kilbourn, Annelisa; Spielman, Andrew; Lal, Altaf A. (Emerging Infectious Diseases, 1998-06)
    Wild primate populations, an unexplored source of information regarding emerging infectious disease, may hold valuable clues to the origins and evolution of some important pathogens. Primates can act as reservoirs for human ...
  • Guinotte, John M.; Orr, James; Cairns, Stephen; Freiwald, Andre; Morgan, Lance; George, Robert (The Ecological Society of America, 2006)
    The answer to the title question is uncertain, as very few manipulative experiments have been conducted to test how deep-sea scleractinians (stony corals) react to changes in seawater chemistry. Ocean pH and calcium carbonate ...
  • Brenes, C. L.; Coen, J. E.; Chelton, D. B.; Enfield, D. B.; León, S.; Ballestero, D. (International Journal of Remote Sensing, 2003)
    Using satellite sensor data and information from local meteorological stations, a transient upwelling event in the Gulf of Nicoya, Costa Rica, has been observed during the period 6–8 March 1997 in coincidence with strong ...
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    Janzen, Daniel H. (1978-12)
    vices. As a symbiotic alternative, plants have evolved more easily obtainable food sources such as extra-floral nectaries; these and other devices have conferred on the comparatively sedentary (and often aggressive) ants a ...
  • Janzen, Daniel H. (1992-11-13)
    The caprice of one large meteor hitting the earth 65 million years ago (Richard A. Kerr, Research News, 14 Aug., p. 878) is responsible for the existence of humanity. Had the dinosaurs survived, with all their capacity ...

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