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HPV in pregnancy
(Family Physicians Inquiries Network, 2012)
This issue of eMedRef provides information to clinicians on the pathophysiology, diagnosis, therapeutics and prevention of contracting human papillomavirus during pregnancy.
Interannual Variability of Snowfall Events Southwest Missouri and Snowfall to- Liquid Water Equivalents at the Springfield WFO
(National Weather Association, 2005-12)
In order to address the difficult issue of forecasting snowfall amounts for the general public, forecasters must be intimately familiar with the climatological behavior of snowfall events, and associated snowfall-to-liquid ...
Using the monthly classification of global SSTs and 500 HPA height to predict temperature and precipitation regimes one to two season in advance for the Mid-Mississippi Region
(National Weather Association, 2008-07)
the forecasts against climatology. The results show that these forecasts have been better than climatology, in general, especially in the summer season and for seasonal temperature forecasts. The research results used here have demonstrated that Pacific region...
The Effects of Institutional Merit-Based Aid On the Enrollment Decisions of Needy Students
(Enrollment Management Journal, 2008)
-based aid in needy-student financial aid packages. Using a unique empirical approach in which the decisions of University of Oregon applicants to apply for federal financial aid and/or enroll at the University of Oregon are modeled jointly, results indicate...
HOPE for the Pell? Institutional Effects in the Intersection of Merit-Based and Need-Based Aid
(Southern Economic Journal, 2006)
Prior empirical evidence finds that general enrollment effects of merit-aid programs such as the Georgia Helping Outstanding Pupils Educationally (HOPE) scholarship are large and significant, while the effects of need-based aid programs...
The Association between sensation seeking and well-being among college-attending emerging adults
Sensation seeking is a known risk factor for unsafe and reckless behavior among college students, but its association with well-being is unknown. Given that exploration plays an important psychosocial role during the ...
Marketing GM Foods : The Way Forward
industry has developed a number of new technologies and products and marketed them effectively to producers, the biotechnology industry has almost completely ignored the need to market these products to consumers. One facet of the marketing literature...
Aim High or Go Low? Pricing Strategies and Enrollment Effects when the Net Price Elasticity Varies with Need and Ability
(Journal of Higher Education, 2009)
tuition/low aid) policy significantly lowers (raises) tuition revenue with a modest increase (decrease) in the number of aid-eligible students....
"People, places, and things:" Network factors matter in the experiences of mental health court participants
This paper presents findings regarding the relationship between the social networks of MHC participants and one important outcome, treatment adherence. Poor treatment adherence is associated with poor recovery among people ...
Agricultural Biotechnology and Industry Structure
In the last ten years the seed and pesticide industries have undergone a substantial number of structural changes. These changes are due to a number of factors, some of which are common to all industries and some of which are specifically tied...
The Interannual variability of hurricane activity in the Atlantic and east pacific regions
(National Weather Association, 2008-07)
The investigation of the interannual and interdecadal variations in hurricane activity has been an important topic of study lately, especially with regard to their implications for climate change issues. On the interannual ...
Perceived Consequences of Herbicide-Tolerant and Insect-Resistant Crops on Integrated Pest Management Strategies in the Western United States : Results of an Online Survey
We conducted an online survey to assess the potential effects of herbicide-tolerant (HT) and insect-resistant (IR) crops on integrated pest management (IPM) practices in the Western United States For HT crops, participants ...
Accelerated fill-up of the Arbuckle Group aquifer and links to U.S. midcontinent seismicity
(Blackwell Publishing Ltd, 2019)
The Arbuckle Group aquifer is the principal disposal zone for oil and gas field brines and hazardous/nonhazardous wastewater across the U.S. midcontinent and is traditionally viewed as an infinite capacity aquifer. Thousands ...
Socio-economic Impacts of Bt Cotton Adoption in India : evidence from panel data
(University of Missouri, College of Agriculture, Food and Natural Resources, 2015)
Several empirical studies have evaluated the farm-level and aggregate impacts of transgenic crops in developed and developing countries, however there is extensive opposition in the wider public. In particular, concerns ...
Post-Newtonian Reference Frames for Advanced Theory of the Lunar Motion and a New Generation of Lunar Laser Ranging
We construct a set of post-Newtonian reference frames for a comprehensive study of the orbital dynamics and rotational motion of Moon and Earth by means of lunar laser ranging (LLR) with the precision of one millimeter. ...
Energy-Aware Portable Video Communication System Design for Wildlife Activity Monitoring
In this paper, we introduce our recent research and development effort on energy-efficient portable video communication system design for wildlife activity monitoring. The capability of seeing what an animal sees in the ...