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Drifting baited stereo‐videography: a novel sampling tool for surveying pelagic wildlife in offshore marine reserves


Volume 6 Issue 8 (August 2015)

Content published online: 12 Aug 2015

P. J. Bouchet, J. J. Meeuwig

We present a novel system of drifting pelagic baited stereo‐video cameras that operate in deep‐water, topographically complex environments typically considered inaccessible for sampling. The instruments are portable, semi‐autonomous and inexpensive, allowing the recording of...

Policy Relevant Conservation Science

Conservation Letters

Volume 8 Issue 5 (September/October 2015)

Content published online: 26 Oct 2015

Edward T. Game, Mark W. Schwartz, Andrew T. Knight

Observational and dynamic downscaling analysis of a heavy rainfall event in Beijing, China during the 2008 Olympic Games

Atmospheric Science Letters

Volume 17 Issue 6 (June 2016)

Content published online: 16 May 2016

Huiqi Li, Xiaopeng Cui, Wenlong Zhang, Lin Qiao

Abstract A local precipitation event with several dispersedly distributed heavy rainfall centers exceeding 50 mm occurred in Beijing, China on 14 August 2008 during the Beijing Olympic Games. The heavy rainfall event was produced by a few scattered convective ...

After the games are over: life‐history trade‐offs drive dispersal attenuation following range expansion

Ecology and Evolution

Volume 6 Issue 18 (September 2016)

Content published online: 18 Aug 2016

T. Alex Perkins, Carl Boettiger, Benjamin L. Phillips

Abstract Increased dispersal propensity often evolves on expanding range edges due to the Olympic Village effect, which involves the fastest and fittest finding themselves together in the same place at the same time, mating, and giving rise to like individuals. ...

Pheasants, buzzards, and trophic cascades

Conservation Letters

Volume 6 Issue 2 (April 2013)

Content published online: 7 Jan 2013

Alexander C. Lees, Ian Newton, Andrew Balmford

Abstract The partial recovery of large birds of prey in lowland Britain has reignited conflicts with game managers and prompted a controversial U.K. government proposal to investigate ways of limiting losses to pheasant shooting operations. Yet best estimates are that ...

Two‐Level Games and Australia's Defence Procurement: The Case of Land‐Based Anti‐ship Missiles

Asia & The Pacific Policy Studies

Asia & The Pacific Policy Studies - Early View Articles

Content published online: 9 Mar 2018

Gregory Vincent Raymond

Abstract As a country largely free of the corruption that bedevils the defence procurement of many of Australia's Asian neighbours, it is generally assumed that Australia's national security interests, together with value for money, are the paramount criteria ...

BEMOVI, software for extracting behavior and morphology from videos, illustrated with analyses of microbes

Ecology and Evolution

Volume 5 Issue 13 (July 2015)

Content published online: 4 Jun 2015

Frank Pennekamp, Nicolas Schtickzelle, Owen L. Petchey

Abstract Microbes are critical components of ecosystems and provide vital services (e.g., photosynthesis, decomposition, nutrient recycling). From the diverse roles microbes play in natural ecosystems, high levels of functional diversity result. Quantifying this...

Does sharing the electronic health record in the consultation enhance patient involvement? A mixed‐methods study using multichannel video recording and in‐depth interviews in primary care

Health Expectations

Volume 19 Issue 3 (June 2016)

Content published online: 18 Dec 2014

Heather Milne, Guro Huby, Susan Buckingham, James Hayward, Aziz Sheikh, Kathrin Cresswell, Hilary Pinnock

Abstract Background Sharing the electronic health‐care record (EHR) during consultations has the potential to facilitate patient involvement in their health care, but research about this practice is limited. ...

Technical details of video‐assisted transcervical mediastinal dissection for esophageal cancer and its perioperative outcome

Annals of Gastroenterological Surgery

Volume 1 Issue 3 (September 2017)

Content published online: 14 Aug 2017

Kazuhiko Mori, Susumu Aikou, Koichi Yagi, Masato Nishida, Takashi Mitsui, Yukinori Yamagata, Hiroharu Yamashita, Sachiyo Nomura, Yasuyuki Seto

Abstract To reduce pulmonary complications after esophagectomy, the transthoracic procedure should be shortened or totally avoided. Transcervical approach assisted by mediastinoscope for the upper mediastinum may be advantageous for this purpose. We carried ...

Early‐stage diffuse panbronchiolitis in a young patient confirmed by video‐assisted lung biopsy: A case report

Journal of General and Family Medicine

Volume 18 Issue 6 (December 2017)

Content published online: 8 May 2017

Yasutaka Watanabe, Yoshinori Kawabata, Yuki Iwai, Fumiaki Kudo, Rumi Kawamura, Chihiro Miwa, Yoshiaki Nagai, Shinichiro Koyama

Abstract A 29‐year‐old man presented with sputum and cough, which were pointed out by his neighbors. A high‐resolution chest computed tomography scan showed well‐defined multiple centrilobular nodules and a tree‐in‐bud pattern. Chest auscultation revealed ...

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