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Year-Round Movements of Sooty Terns (Onychoprion fuscatus) Nesting Within One of the Atlantic’s Largest Marine Protected Areas

Publication Type:Academic Journal

Source(s):Frontiers in Marine Science, Vol 8 (2021)

Abstract:Seabirds are among the most threatened birds as a result of acute exposure to many anthropogenic threats. Their effective conservation requires a detailed understanding of how seabirds use marine habitats. Recently, one of the largest no-take marine re...

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Theory and application of the vector pair correlation function for real-space crystallographic analysis of order/disorder correlations from STEM images

Publication Type:Academic Journal

Source(s):APL Materials, Vol 9, Iss 9, Pp 091110-091110-8 (2021)

Abstract:Deviations of local structure and chemistry from the average crystalline unit cell are increasingly recognized to have a significant influence on the properties of many technologically important materials. Here, we present the vector pair correlation f...

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Potentiating TMEM16A does not stimulate airway mucus secretion or bronchial and pulmonary arterial smooth muscle contraction

Publication Type:Academic Journal

Source(s):FASEB BioAdvances, Vol 2, Iss 8, Pp 464-477 (2020)

Abstract:Abstract The calcium‐activated chloride channel (CaCC) TMEM16A enables chloride secretion across several transporting epithelia, including in the airways. Additional roles for TMEM16A have been proposed, which include regulating mucus production and se...

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THE NEW PARANOIA.

Publication Type:Periodical

Source(s):New Republic; Jul2017, Vol. 248 Issue 7, p22-31, 10p, 3 Color Photographs

Abstract:The article explores the transformation of the left into a breeding ground for conspiracy theories following the election of U.S. President Donald Trump. The situation is attributed to the use of Twitter by Trump to make accusations against certain per...

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A View to a Kill.

Publication Type:Periodical

Source(s):New Republic; Mar2017, Vol. 248 Issue 3, p54-59, 6p, 2 Color Photographs

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Grand Old Paranoia.

Publication Type:Periodical

Source(s):New Republic; Dec2018, Vol. 249 Issue 12, p6-9, 3p, 1 Color Photograph

Abstract:The author conveys his views on the conspiracy theories from the Republican Party before the 2018 U.S. midterm elections in November. The Republicans think that the Democrats were planning a series of investigations into almost every aspect of U.S. Pre...

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A MADDENING SOUND. (cover story)

Publication Type:Periodical

Source(s):New Republic; May2016, Vol. 247 Issue 5, p50-57, 8p, 3 Color Photographs

Abstract:The article discusses an auditory phenomenon and possible hallucination known as the Hum, conspiracy theories, and the potentiality of mass delusion. Emphasis is given to topics such as scientific investigation and data collection by teacher Glen MacPh...

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REELIN' IN THE YEARS.

Publication Type:Academic Journal

Source(s):Lapham's Quarterly; Fall2014, Vol. 7 Issue 4, p215-221, 7p

Abstract:A literary criticism of the book "Orlando: A Biography" by Virginia Woolf is presented. It considers the book as a novel and examines its characters and themes including immortality, loneliness, and the focus on the protagonist's life and not his death...

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The Rise and Fall of Facts.

Publication Type:Periodical

Source(s):Columbia Journalism Review. Fall2019, Vol. 58 Issue 3, p60-61. 2p.

Abstract:The article discusses the role of facts in the spread of disinformation in the U.S. Topics discussed include disinformation regarding Egyptian president Mohamed Naguib, importance of fact-checking, particularly when it comes to inconsequential detail, ...

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VERY SUPERSTITIOUS.

Publication Type:Academic Journal

Source(s):Lapham's Quarterly; Summer2012, Vol. 5 Issue 3, p199-206, 8p

Abstract:An essay is presented on superstitions. It states that household rituals suggested by some to cure illness and rectify other problems dates back to the belief sympathetic magic, a term coined by anthropologist James G. Frazer in 1890. It mentions that ...

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