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  • Fact: Many SCUBA galaxies harbour AGNs 

    Alexander, D. M.; Bauer, F. E.; Chapman, S. C.; Smail, I.; Blain, A. W.; Brandt, W. N.; Ivison, R. J. ()
    Deep SCUBA surveys have uncovered a large population of ultra-luminous galaxies at z>1. These sources are often assumed to be starburst galaxies, but there is growing evidence that a substantial fraction host an AGN (i.e., ...
  • Why Do Women with Alcohol Problems Binge Eat? Exploring Connections between Binge Eating and Heavy Drinking in Women Receiving Treatment for Alcohol Problems 

    Stewart, Sherry H.; Brown, Catrina G.; Devoulyte, Kristina; Theakston, Jennifer; Larsen, Sarah E. (Sage Publications, Ltd, )
    Questionnaires assessing heavy drinking and binge eating were administered to 58 women with alcohol problems. A sub-sample of the binge-eaters then participated in qualitative interviews about their perceptions of the ...
  • A Case for an Expanded Framework of Ethics in Practice 

    Weinberg, Merlinda (Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, )
    Using a case vignette as an illustration, an expanded framework for examining ethical issues in human service practice is proposed. The article argues that the helping relationship is multiply constructed through discursive ...
  • Why Do Women with Alcohol Problems Binge Eat? Exploring Connections between Binge Eating and Heavy Drinking in Women Receiving Treatment for Alcohol Problems 

    Stewart, Sherry H.; Brown, Catrina G.; Devoulyte, Kristina; Theakston, Jennifer; Larsen, Sarah E. (Sage Publications, Ltd, )
    Questionnaires assessing heavy drinking and binge eating were administered to 58 women with alcohol problems. A sub-sample of the binge-eaters then participated in qualitative interviews about their perceptions of the ...
  • Discrimination and Disadvantage in Employment (Book Review) 

    Oakley, Robin (Blackwell Publishing Limited, )
    Reviews the book 'Discrimination and Disadvantage in Employment: The Experience of Black Workers,' edited by Peter Braham, Ed Rhodes and Michael Pearn.
  • Prochlorococcus marinus as a source of marine methyl iodide (CH sub(3)I) 

    Brownell, D.; Moore, R.; Cullen, J. (Canadian Meteorological and Oceanographic Society, McDonald Building 150 Louis Pasteur, Ste 112 Ottawa, ON, K1N 6N5 Canada, [URL:http://www.cmos.ca], )
    The ocean is the dominant source of atmospheric methyl iodide (CH sub(3)I) which, through photolytic release of iodine, plays a significant role in stratospheric ozone destruction. The mechanisms of CH sub(3)I production ...
  • Development of the Lunenburg Bay Coastal Observatory: a practical guide to operational oceanography 

    Kirchhoff, SY; Hartwell; Cullen, J. J. (Canadian Meteorological and Oceanographic Society, McDonald Building 150 Louis Pasteur, Ste 112 Ottawa, ON, K1N 6N5 Canada, [URL:http://www.cmos.ca], )
    Since June 2002, a coastal observation and prediction system has been operated in Lunenburg Bay, Nova Scotia. The Marine Environmental Prediction System (MEPS-Bay) observatory uses a network of instruments to measure ...
  • A Study of Gas Hydrates With Ocean-Bottom-Seismometer Data on the East Coast of Canada 

    Schlesinger, A.; Mosher, D.; Cullen, J.; Louden, K.; Spence, G.; Hyndman, R. (American Geophysical Union, 2000 Florida Ave., N.W. Washington DC 20009 USA, [URL:http://www.agu.org], )
    A number of BSR locations have been identified along the Scotian Slope from geophysical evidence, but as yet none have been confirmed to contain gas hydrate through direct sampling. Studies near the Mohican Channel (200 ...
  • Can seasonal and spatial variation of methyl iodide in the NW Atlantic reveal some clues to its oceanic production? 

    Wang, L.; Moore, R. M.; Cullen, J.; Thompson, K. (Canadian Meteorological and Oceanographic Society, McDonald Building 150 Louis Pasteur, Ste 112 Ottawa, ON, K1N 6N5 Canada, [URL:http://www.cmos.ca], )
    The ocean is a significant source of atmospheric methyl iodide (CH sub(3)I), but the main oceanic sources of CH sub(3)I are not yet understood. The seasonal investigation of Canadian Surface Ocean Lower Atmosphere Study ...
  • Stochastic methods to quantify the effect of environmental variability on plankton ecosystems 

    Lehmann, M.; Cullen, J. J. (Canadian Meteorological and Oceanographic Society, McDonald Building 150 Louis Pasteur, Ste 112 Ottawa, ON, K1N 6N5 Canada, [URL:http://www.cmos.ca], )
    The marine physical environment is often dominated by seasonal, annual or longer cycles of variability. Higher frequency events caused by local weather and mesoscale hydrodynamic processes also exist and invoke biological ...
  • Modelling the biological effects of a summer upwelling events in Lunenburg Bay, Canada 

    Laurent, A.; Vezina, A. F.; Fennel, K.; Cullen, J. J. (Canadian Meteorological and Oceanographic Society, McDonald Building 150 Louis Pasteur, Ste 112 Ottawa, ON, K1N 6N5 Canada, [URL:http://www.cmos.ca], )
    Along the Atlantic coast of Nova Scotia (Canada), episodic summer upwelling events, induced by the prevailing southwesterly winds, are a significant source of physical and biological variability on the inner Scotian Shelf. ...
  • Physical forcing of space-time variation in the copepod prey-field of right whales in Roseway Basin at diel and tidal scales 

    Davies, K. T.; Schillinger, D. J.; Hay, A. E.; Taggart, C. T. (Canadian Meteorological and Oceanographic Society, McDonald Building 150 Louis Pasteur, Ste 112 Ottawa, ON, K1N 6N5 Canada, [URL:http://www.cmos.ca], )
    Defining the critical feeding habitat for endangered species is the goal of many marine science initiatives. In the pelagic zone, habitat boundaries are difficult to define statically in space because the prey-field is ...
  • Studies of the Internal Tide in the Lower Bay of Fundy 

    Colbo, K.; Greenberg, D.; Hay, A. (Canadian Meteorological and Oceanographic Society, McDonald Building 150 Louis Pasteur, Ste 112 Ottawa, ON, K1N 6N5 Canada, [URL:http://www.cmos.ca], )
    Observations from the lower Bay of Fundy in 2002 show the presence of energetic high-frequency internal wave packets that are phase-locked to the tidal cycle. An analysis of the observations provides the direction of ...
  • Fertilization of the ocean for climate mitigation 

    Cullen, J. (Canadian Meteorological and Oceanographic Society, McDonald Building 150 Louis Pasteur, Ste 112 Ottawa, ON, K1N 6N5 Canada, [URL:http://www.cmos.ca], )
    Ocean iron fertilization (OIF) is being considered as a strategy for mitigating rising atmospheric carbon dioxide concentrations. One model for implementation is the sale of carbon offsets. The debate over fertilization ...
  • Geoacoustic Inversion of surficial gassy sediment 

    Matthews, M-NR; Hay, A. E.; Desharnais, F.; Osier, J. (Canadian Meteorological and Oceanographic Society, McDonald Building 150 Louis Pasteur, Ste 112 Ottawa, ON, K1N 6N5 Canada, [URL:http://www.cmos.ca], )
    Geoacoustic parameters of the seafloor in a coastal environment characterized by a surficial gassy sediment layer are estimated using a geoacoustic inversion method. The analysis combines the inversion algorithm called ...
  • Real-time forecasting of wave conditions in a coastal bay 

    Mulligan, R.; Hay, A.; Bowen, T. (Canadian Meteorological and Oceanographic Society, McDonald Building 150 Louis Pasteur, Ste 112 Ottawa, ON, K1N 6N5 Canada, [URL:http://www.cmos.ca], )
    Numerical simulations of wave conditions in a coastal bay using the nearshore wave model SWAN are presented. The field site is Lunenburg Bay, a coastal embayment on the southern shore of Nova Scotia approximately 8 km long ...
  • Resonant Modulation of a Tidal Jet 

    Mullarney, J.; Hay, A.; Bowen, T. (Canadian Meteorological and Oceanographic Society, McDonald Building 150 Louis Pasteur, Ste 112 Ottawa, ON, K1N 6N5 Canada, [URL:http://www.cmos.ca], )
    Lunenburg Bay, on the south eastern coast of Nova Scotia, is the site of an interdisciplinary coastal observatory with permanent moorings recording hydrodynamic, atmospheric and biological data. During the ebb phase of the ...
  • Les années d'oubli 

    Frigerio, Vittorio ()
    No abstract available.
  • Numerical Study of Circulation and Hydrodynamic Connectivity on the Mesoamerican Barrier Reef System using a Nested-Grid Ocean Circulation Model 

    Sheng, J. (Canadian Meteorological and Oceanographic Society, McDonald Building 150 Louis Pasteur, Ste 112 Ottawa, ON, K1N 6N5 Canada, [URL:http://www.cmos.ca], )
    A nested-grid ocean circulation modelling system was used to examine the impact of category-5 Hurricane Mitch on the upper ocean of the Mesoamerican Barrier Reef System (MBRS) in October 1998. The nested-grid system uses ...
  • Long-term broadband acoustic observations of zooplankton scattering layers in Saanich Inlet, British Columbia 

    Ross, T. (Canadian Meteorological and Oceanographic Society, McDonald Building 150 Louis Pasteur, Ste 112 Ottawa, ON, K1N 6N5 Canada, [URL:http://www.cmos.ca], )
    The application of broadband techniques to fish and zooplankton bioacoustics is showing potential to transform the field into one that is much more quantitative. This is because broadband techniques allow the use of the ...