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Adaptive Value and Costs of Physiological Plasticity to Soil Moisture Limitation in Recombinant Inbred Lines of Avena barbata
Costs are hypothesized to constrain the evolution of adaptive phenotypic plasticity, but they have been difficult to quantify because strong selection should eliminate costly genotypes from natural populations. However, ...
A note on the Aristotelian origin of Popper's demarcation criterion together with its application to Atlantic Canada's fisheries
It has not always been realised that Karl Popper's demarcation criterion, the criterion he uses to distinguish an empirical science from its 'metaphysical' complement involves an interpretation of the classical theory of ...
Daniel E. Ruzzante CV
Water quality measurements on Williams Lake and Colpitt Lake (Halifax, N.S.) Dec 7-13, 2015 with reference to possible impacts of road salt
(Williams Lake Conservation Company, 2016-01-06)
Concerns have been expressed by the Williams Lake Conservation Company (WLCC) about possible effects of renewed salting of roads close to Williams Lake on water quality of the lake. Such salting was replaced by sand and ...
The State-Spaced Integrated assessment model for Newfoundland's 'northern cod' as a stock assessment model that fails to distinguish between normative and natural laws
Stock assessment models for Atlantic Canada's groundfish fisheries such as Noel Cadigan's recent State-Spaced Integrated assessment model for Newfoundland's 'northern cod' involve single premised inductive arguments that ...
Canadian Integrated Ocean Observing System Investigative Evaluations: Observations and Data
Many countries have employed a coordinated network of government agencies, research institutions, and private companies to establish national integrated Ocean Observing Systems (OOSes). Although Canada boasts a robust and ...