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Forecasting wind with neural networks
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Forecasting with a nonlinear dynamic model of stock returns and industrial production
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Forecasting with a real-time data set for macroeconomists
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Forecasting with artificial neural networks:: The state of the art
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Forecasting with computer-evolved model specifications: a genetic programming application
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Forecasting with cue information: A comparison of multiple regression with alternative forecasting approaches
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Forecasting with equilibrium-correction models during structural breaks
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Forecasting with genetically programmed polynomial neural networks
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Forecasting with growth curves: An empirical comparison
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Forecasting with imperfect models, dynamically constrained inverse problems, and gradient descent algorithms
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Forecasting with imprecise probabilities Original Research Article
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Forecasting with Judgment: George Wright and Paul Goodwin (Eds.) (1998) Chichester: Wiley. 297 pages. ISBN 0 471 97014 X Hardback: £55.00, $165.00.
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Forecasting with measurement errors in dynamic models
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Forecasting with nonstationary dynamic factor models
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Forecasting with periodic models A comparison with time invariant coefficient models
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Forecasting with univariate TAR modelsstar, open
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Forecasting with vector autoregressive (VAR) models subject to business cycle restrictions
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Forecasting workload and airspace configuration with neural networks and tree search methods Original Research Article
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Forecasting world and regional aviation jet fuel demands to the mid-term (2025)
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Forecasting, warning, and detection of malaria epidemics: a case study
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Forecasting: its role and value for planning and strategy
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Forecasting: Methods and Applications, by Spyros Makridakis, Steven C. Wheelwright and Rob J. Hyndman. Third edition. John Wiley and Sons, 1998, 642pp, ISBN 0-471-53233-9. £29.95, $90.65.
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Forecasting; GRG2; Mutual fund performance; Neural networks
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Forecasting—looking back and forward: Paper to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the Econometrics Institute at the Erasmus University, Rotterdam
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Forecasts of future terrain and vegetation types at Olkiluoto and implications for spatial and temporal aspects of biosphere modelling
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Forecasts of market shares from VAR and BVAR models: a comparison of their accuracy
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Forecasts of US short-term interest rates: A flexible forecast combination approach
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Forecasts, scenarios, visions, backcasts and roadmaps to the hydrogen economy: A review of the hydrogen futures literature
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Foredeep geometries at the front of the Apennines in the Ionian Sea (central Mediterranean)
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Foredeep geometries at the front of the Apennines in the Ionian Sea (central Mediterranean)
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Foredune accretion under offshore winds
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Foredunes and blowouts: initiation, geomorphology and dynamics
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Forefoot joint damage, pain and disability in rheumatoid arthritis patients with foot complaints: The role of plantar pressure and gait characteristics
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Forefoot structural predictors of plantar pressures during walking in people with diabetes and peripheral neuropathy
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Forefoot, rearfoot and shank coupling: Effect of variations in speed and mode of gait
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Forefoot–rearfoot coupling patterns and tibial internal rotation during stance phase of barefoot versus shod running
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Foregoing the labor for the fruits: The effect of just world threat on the desire for immediate monetary rewards
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Foreground auditory scene analysis for hearing aids
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Foreground detection using loopy belief propagation
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Foreground:background salience: Explaining the effects of graphical displays on risk avoidance
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Foregrounds and CMB experiments: I. Semi-analytical estimates of contamination
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Forehead flag flap
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Forehead oximetry: Another (little) brick in the wall
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Forehead plasty for facial rejuvenation
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Foreign accent syndrome as a developmental motor speech disorder
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Foreign accent syndrome, speech rhythm and the functional neuronatomy of speech production
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Foreign accent syndrome: A multimodal mapping study
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Foreign accent syndrome: An organic disorder?
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Foreign accent syndrome: Best practice, theoretical issues and outstanding questions
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Foreign acquisitions by UK limited companies: short- and long-run performance
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Foreign acquisitions in the United States: Effect on shareholder wealth of foreign acquiring firms
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Foreign aerosol in nucleating vapour
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FOREIGN AEROSOL IN NUCLEATING VAPOUR
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Foreign Aid and Corruption in Selected African Muslim Countries: An Empirical Study Based on Autoregressive Distributed Lag (ARDL) Model
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Foreign aid and economic growth: The role of flexible labor supply
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Foreign aid and government fiscal behaviour in developing countries: Panel data evidence
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Foreign aid and illegal immigration
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Foreign aid and population policy: some ethical considerations
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Foreign aid and poverty in Bosnia and Herzegovina: Targeting simulations and policy implications
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Foreign aid and public goods
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Foreign aid and rent-seeking
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Foreign aid and TB control policy in Nepal
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Foreign aid and tuberculosis control policy in the Federated States of Micronesia
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Foreign aid and tuberculosis control policy in the Federated States of Micronesia
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Foreign aid and weakest-link international public goods: An experimental study
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Foreign Aid, Democracy and Political Stability in Post Conflict Societies
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Foreign aid, domestic savings, and growth in LDCs: An application of likelihood-based panel cointegration
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Foreign aid, tariff revenue, and factor adjustment costs
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Foreign aid, tariffs and nontraded private or public goods
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Foreign and domestic investors and tax induced ex-dividend day trading
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Foreign applications at the Japan Patent Office – An empirical analysis of selected growth factors Original Research Article
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Foreign assistance and economic development: a re-evaluation
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Foreign bank entry, deregulation and bank efficiency: Lessons from the Australian experience
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Foreign bank participation and access to credit across firms in developing countries
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Foreign bank penetration of newly opened markets in the Nordic countries
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Foreign banking in developing countries; origin matters
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Foreign banks and credit stability in Central and Eastern Europe. A panel data analysis
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Foreign bodies
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FOREIGN BODIES ASPIRATION IN CHILDREN
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Foreign Bodies in Lower Urinary Tract: Case Report and Review of Literature
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Foreign Bodies in Pleura and Chest Wall
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Foreign bodies in the aerodigestive tract in pediatric patients
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Foreign Bodies in the Esophagus
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Foreign Bodies: Aspirated or Ingested? A Report of Two Unusual Cases
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Foreign body airway obstruction: When the heimlich maneuver fails
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Foreign body asphyxia : A preventable cause of death in the elderly Original Research Article
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Foreign body asphyxiation—an autopsy study
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Foreign body aspiration in a laryngectomized patient
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Foreign Body Aspiration in Adults (Two Unusual Foreign Bodies; Knife and Tube Tracheostomy)
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Foreign body associated non-ST elevation myocardial infarction: a case report
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Foreign body granuloma mimicking recurrent intracranial tumor: a very rare clinical entity.
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Foreign body granuloma simulating solid neoplasm on MR
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Foreign Body in Nasal Cavity: Panoramic and Cone-Beam Computed Tomography (CBCT) Findings
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Foreign Body in Nasal Cavity: Panoramic and Cone-Beam Computed Tomography (CBCT) Findings
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Foreign body in the maxillary sinus—possible plastic tube: a case report
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Foreign Body in the Nose in Children: The Relationship with the Dominant Hand, Parental Behaviour and Level of Education
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Foreign Body in the Tongue: A Novel Use for Emergency Department Ultrasonography
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Foreign Body in the Vagina of A Four-Year-Old-Girl: A Childish Prank or Sexual Abuse
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Foreign Body Ingestion and Aspiration in Iranian Children: Experience of 369 Cases in a Pediatric Unit
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Foreign Body Inhalation: A Review of Patients at the Korle Bu Teaching Hospital, Accra, Ghana
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Foreign Body Reaction Mimicking Intracranial Abscess following the Use of Oxidized Regenerated Cellulose (SurgicelTM): Case Report and Literature Review
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Foreign body reaction to calcium alginate fibre mimicking recurrent tumour of the submandibular salivary gland
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Foreign body reaction with delayed extruion of ganciclovir implant in a patient with immune recovery vitriti yndrome
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Foreign body reactions to dermabond
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Foreign Body Removal Using Bronchoscopy and Argon Plasma Coagulation
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Foreign body response to subcutaneous biomaterial implants in a mast cell-deficient Kitw-Sh murine model
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Foreign Body: A Sewing Needle Migrating from the Gastrointestinal Tract to the Liver
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Foreign capital flows and economic growth in East Asian countries
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Foreign capital in Central Asia and the Caucasus: curse or blessing?
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Foreign capital, welfare and urban unemployment in the presence of agricultural dualism
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Foreign Company Listings in the United States
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Foreign country priorities in the internationalization process: a measure and an exploratory test on British firms
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Foreign Currency Conversion Strategies used by Tourists
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Foreign currency debt and the global financial architecture
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Foreign currency debt in emerging markets: firm-level evidence from Mexico
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Foreign currency debt, risk premia and macroeconomic volatility
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Foreign currency deposits and the demand for money in developing countries
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Foreign currency-denominated borrowing in the absence of operating incentives
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Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) in Pakistan: Measuring Impact of Cost of War Against Terrorism, Political Instability and Electricity Generation
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Foreign direct investment : Edited by Kenneth Froot. Chicago: University of Chikago Press and NBER, 1992, 297 pp
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Foreign direct investment and Chinaʹs bilateral intra-industry trade with Japan and the US
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Foreign direct investment and civil liberties: A new perspective
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Foreign Direct Investment and Contract Enforcement,
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Foreign direct investment and decoupling between energy and gross domestic product in developing countries
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Foreign Direct Investment and Economic Growth in China: Wu Yanrui, editor; Northampton, MA, USA, Edward Elgar, 1999, 231 pages, ISBN 1-84064-022-7
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Foreign direct investment and factor demand elasticities
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Foreign direct investment and forward hedging
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Foreign Direct investment and Growth in Indian Economy: Time Series Analysis
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Foreign Direct investment and Growth in Indian Economy: Time Series Analysis
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Foreign direct investment and growth in Nigeria: An empirical investigation
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Foreign direct investment and growth under economic integration
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Foreign direct investment and indigenous technological efforts: Evidence from China
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Foreign direct investment and intellectual property rights: evidence from Hollywoodʹs global distribution of movies and videos
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Foreign direct investment and international trade in a continuum Ricardian trade model
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Foreign direct investment and macroeconomic risk
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Foreign direct investment and productivity spillovers in the Chinese manufacturing sector
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Foreign direct investment and regional inequality: A panel data analysis
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Foreign direct investment and relative wages: Evidence from Mexicoʹs maquiladoras
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Foreign direct investment and relative wages: The case of China
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Foreign direct investment and spillovers through workers’ mobility
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Foreign direct investment and technological capabilities in Brazilian industry
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Foreign Direct Investment and Technology Spillover: Evidence from China
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Foreign direct investment and technology spillovers: Evidence from panel data analysis of manufacturing firms in Zambia
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Foreign direct investment and the relative wage in a developing economy
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Foreign direct investment and trade in health services: A review of the literature
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Foreign direct investment and vertical integration of production by Japanese multinationals in Thailand
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Foreign direct investment as a catalyst for industrial development
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Foreign direct investment by Japanese firms and corporate governance: in relation to the monetary policies of China, Korea and Japan
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Foreign direct investment from developing Asia: some distinctive features
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Foreign direct investment in Africa: Performance, challenges, and responsibilities
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Foreign direct investment in Central and Eastern European countries: a dynamic panel analysis
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Foreign direct investment in Central Europe:: Experiences of major Western investors
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Foreign direct investment in East Asiaʹs transitional economies: Perspectives on development and transition
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Foreign direct investment in Europe: Is there redirection from the South to the East?
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Foreign direct investment in European transition economies—The role of policies
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Foreign direct investment in industrial research and development: A study of German MNCs
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Foreign direct investment in industrial research in the pharmaceutical and electronics industries—results from a survey of multinational firms
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Foreign direct investment in insurance services in the United States
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Foreign direct investment in Russia: how the investment climate matters
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Foreign direct investment in the banking sector: the case of Italian banks in the ʹ90
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Foreign Direct Investment in the Electricity Sector: The Indian Perspective
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Foreign direct investment in the financial sector and economic growth in Central and Eastern Europe: The crucial role of the efficiency channel
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Foreign direct investment in tourism—flows and volumes
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Foreign direct investment in Ukraine since transition
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Foreign direct investment spillover effects in China: Are they different across industries with different technological levels?
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Foreign direct investment, competition and industrial development in the host country
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Foreign direct investment, economic freedom and growth: new evidence from Latin America
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Foreign direct investment, economic growth and the moderation role of host country’s financial market
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Foreign direct investment, education and wages in Indonesian manufacturing
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Foreign direct investment, exports and domestic performance in Mexico: a causality analysis
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Foreign Direct Investment, inequality, and growth
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Foreign direct investment, institutional quality, economic freedom and entrepreneurship in emerging markets
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Foreign direct investment, intellectual property rights, and wage inequality in China
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Foreign direct investment, intra-firm trade and ownership structure
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Foreign Direct Investment, Stock Market Development, and Renewable Energy Consumption: Case Study of Iran
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Foreign Direct Investment: A Stimulus of Poverty Reduction
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Foreign direct investment: The human dimension
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Foreign Direct Investments as the Factor of Improvement the Uzbek Economy Competitiveness
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Foreign direct investments in the forest sector: implications for sustainable forest management in developed and developing countries
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Foreign DNA introgression caused heritable cytosine demethylation in ribosomal RNA genes of rice
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Foreign doctors express dissatisfaction over registration system in Ireland
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Foreign economic aid; should donors cooperate?
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Foreign entry and bank competition
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Foreign equity trading and emerging market volatility: Evidence from Indonesia and Thailand
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Foreign exchange allocation and productivity growth in post-war Japan: a case of the wool industry
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Foreign exchange and lost opportunity in the US Department of Defense
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Foreign exchange constraints and developing countries
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Foreign exchange controls and liquidit
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Foreign exchange exposure of exporting and importing firms
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Foreign exchange exposure of US tourism-related firms
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Foreign exchange exposure, risk management, and quarterly earnings announcements
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Foreign exchange intervention: how to signal policy objectives and stabilise the economy
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Foreign exchange interventions and interest rate policy in the Czech Republic: Hand in glove?
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Foreign Exchange Market Efficiency and Structural Instability: Evidence from Taiwan
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Foreign exchange market efficiency revisited
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Foreign exchange market intervention and expectations: The yen/dollar exchange rate
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Foreign exchange market intervention in two small open economies: the Canadian and Australian experience
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Foreign exchange market intervention: implications of publicly announced and secret intervention for the euro exchange rate and its volatility
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Foreign exchange market volatility in EU accession countries in the run-up to Euro adoption: weathering uncharted waters
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Foreign exchange markets in transition economies: China
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Foreign exchange markets: Overview of the special issue
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Foreign exchange option symmetry and a coordinate-free description of a multiple currency market in terms of differential geometry on graphs Original Research Article
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Foreign exchange rate exposure of US multinational corporations: a firm-specific approach
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Foreign exchange rates and Japanese foreign direct investment in Asia
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Foreign exchange rationing and the aggregate import demand function
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Foreign exchange risk exposure: Survey and suggestions
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Foreign exchange risk management by Swedish and Korean nonfinancial firms: A comparative survey
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Foreign exchange risk management in UK, USA and Asia Pacific multinational companies
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Foreign exchange risk management: a case in the mining industry
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Foreign exchange trading models and market behavior
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Foreign expansion in service industries: Separability and human capital intensity
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Foreign expansion of small firms: The impact of domestic alternatives and prior foreign business involvement
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Foreign exploration for natural enemies of the Colorado potato beetle in Central and South America
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Foreign exploration for Scirtothrips perseae Nakahara (Thysanoptera: Thripidae) and associated natural enemies on avocado (Persea americana Miller)
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Foreign gas broadening and shift of the strongly “forbidden” lead line at 1278.9 nm
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Foreign gas broadening and shift of the strongly “forbidden” lead line at 1278.9 nm
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Foreign gas broadening of an IR absorption line of formaldehyde
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Foreign growth and domestic performance in a small open economy
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Foreign investment and environmental regulations in LDCs
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Foreign investment impact and incentive: a strategic approach to the relationship between the objectives of foreign investment policy and their promotion
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Foreign investment in Chile : Roberto Mayorga and Luis Montt Martinus Nijhoff Publishers (Kluwer), Dordrecht, 1995, 283 pp (hardcover), ISBN 0 7923 3359 4
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Foreign investment in China: A new data set
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Foreign investment location and institutional development in transition economies
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Foreign investment policies and capital flows in Canada: a sectoral analysis
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Foreign investment policies, sovereignty and growth
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Foreign investment quotas and rent extraction under uncertainty
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Foreign Investment Strategies and the Attractiveness of Central and Eastern Europe
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Foreign investment, regulation and price volatility in South-east Asian stock markets
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Foreign investor behaviour and the Asian financial crisis
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Foreign ion effect on the reduction of C60 fullerene films in aqueous solutions
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Foreign Knowledge Spillovers and Total Factor Productivity Growth: Evidence from Four ASEAN Countries
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Foreign language acquisition and melody singing
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Foreign language acquisition through interaction — A critical review of research on conversational adjustments
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Foreign Language and Mother Tongue: Istvan Kecskés and Tünde Papp, Mahway, Lawrence Erlbaum Associates Publishers, NJ and London, 2000. 148 $39.95 (hb)
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Foreign Language Anxiety
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Foreign Language Anxiety and the EFL Learners’ Intention to Continue their English Language Learning
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Foreign Language Anxiety In English-Mediated Learning Context
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Foreign Language Classroom Anxiety among Iraqi Students and its Relation With Gender and Achievement
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Foreign Language Classroom Anxiety and Learners’ and Teachers’ Beliefs toward FLL: A Case Study of Iranian Undergraduate EFL Learners
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FOREIGN LANGUAGE INSTRUCTORS’ TEST PRACTICE: HOW AND WHAT TO TEST?
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Foreign Language Learning Anxiety: The Case of Iranian Kurdish-Persian Bilinguals
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Foreign Language Skills and Academic Library Job Announcements: A Survey and Trends Analysis, 1966–2006 Original Research Article
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Foreign Language Teaching and Higher Education in Algeria Reconsidering the Pragmatic Ability as a Teaching Goal
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Foreign Language Teaching and Intercultural Citizenship
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Foreign listings, firm value, and volatility: The case of Japanese firmsʹ listings on the US stock markets
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Foreign market channel integration decisions of Canadian computer software firms
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Foreign market entry mode in the hotel industry: The impact of country- and firm-specific factors
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Foreign object damage behavior in a silicon nitride ceramic by spherical projectiles of steels and brass
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Foreign object damage in a thermal barrier system: mechanisms and simulations
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Foreign object damage in flexure bars of two gas-turbine grade silicon nitrides
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Foreign object damage in flexure bars of two gas-turbine grade silicon nitrides
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Foreign object damage in flexure bars of two gas-turbine grade silicon nitrides
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Foreign object damage on the leading edge of gas turbine blades
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Foreign Object Damage to Fan Rotor Blades of Aeroengine Part I: Experimental Study of Bird Impact
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Foreign Object Damage to Fan Rotor Blades of Aeroengine Part II: Numerical Simulation of Bird Impact
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FOREIGN OBJECT DETECTION BASED ON CIRCULAR BISTATIC SYNTHETIC APERTURE RADAR
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Foreign objects impact damage characteristics of aluminum/composite hybrid drive shaft
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Foreign objects in the vagina of a mentally ill woman — case series
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Foreign operation mode combinations and internationalization
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Foreign outsourcing, exporting, and FDI: A productivity comparison at the firm level
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Foreign ownership and corporate income taxation: An empirical evaluation
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Foreign ownership and plant productivity in the Thai automobile industry in 1996 and 1998: a conditional quantile analysis
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Foreign ownership and productivity dynamics
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Foreign ownership and productivity: Is the direction of causality so obvious
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Foreign ownership and technology adoption: evidence from Indian firms
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Foreign ownership in telecommunications: A policy perspective
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Foreign ownership in the Taiwan stock market—an empirical analysis
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Foreign ownership of equity joint ventures in China: a pooled cross-section–time series analysis
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Foreign Ownership Restrictions, Depositary Receipt Supply, and Investor Sentiment on Taiwanese Depositary Receipt Premiums
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Foreign ownership strategies of UK and US international franchisors: An exploratory application of Dunningʹs envelope paradigm
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Foreign ownership, technology and electronics exports from Malaysia and Thailand
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Foreign participation in local currency bond markets
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Foreign Policy and Economic Development: Iran under Rafsanjani
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Foreign policy and European identity
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Foreign Policy and Iran’s Islamic Revolution
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Foreign Policy and Iranian Election
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Foreign Policy of the Islamic Republic of Iran
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Foreign Policy Planning in Iran in Twenty Year Outlook Plan
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Foreign policy, rhetorical action and the idea of otherness: The Czech Republic and Russia
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Foreign portfolio investors before and during a crisis
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Foreign Projects in China’s Power Industry: Tariff Reductions and Renegotiations
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Foreign protein degradation and instability in plants and plant tissue cultures
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Foreign reserve and money dynamics with asset portfolio adjustment: international evidence
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Foreign reserve crisis and the Korean industrial structure—A CGE approach
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Foreign residents and illegal immigrants in Portugal
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Foreign subsidiaries as a channel of international technology diffusion: Some direct firm level evidence from Belgium
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Foreign suppliers to benefit most from Chinaʹs fumed silica demand growth
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Foreign technology acquisition policy and firm performance in Japan, 1957–1970: Micro-aspects of industrial policy
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Foreign technology and development of indigenous technological capabilities in the Nigerian manufacturing industry
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Foreign Tongues
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Foreign trade and declining pollution in Sweden: a decomposition analysis of long-term structural and technological effects
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Foreign trade and exchange-rate risk in the G-7 countries: Cointegration and error-correction models
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Foreign tree species as construction timber in nineteenth-century Palestine
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Foreign versus domestic banks in Germany and the US: a tale of two markets?
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Foreign Words in Jordanian Arabic among Jordanians Living in Irbid City: The Impact of Foreign Languages on Jordanian Arabic
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Foreign worker participation in labor markets and the economyʹs welfare
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Foreign-body detection in dry food using continuous sub-terahertz wave imaging
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Foreign-body reaction after reconstruction of complete acromioclavicular dislocation using PDS augmentation
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Foreign-denominated debt and foreign currency derivatives: complements or substitutes in hedging foreign currency risk?
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Foreigner and Foreign in English-language Newspapers in Malaysia: A Frame-esemantic
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Foreigners and the right to justice in the aftermath of 9/11
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Foreignness and the diffusion of ideas
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Foreignness as a matter of degree: the relative immunogenicity of peptide/MHC ligands
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Foreign-object damage and high-cycle fatigue of Ti–6Al–4V
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Foreign-object damage and high-cycle fatigue of Ti–6Al–4V
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Foreign-object damage and high-cycle fatigue: role of microstructure in Ti–6Al–4V
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Foreign-owned firms around the world: A comparative analysis of wages and employment at the micro-level
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Foreland basin deposits associated with Cuyania accretion in La Pampa Province, Argentina
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Forelli–Rudin estimates, Carleson measures and F(p,q, s)-functions ✩
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Forensic
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Forensic 40Ar/39Ar dating: a provenance study of Middle Stone Age obsidian artifacts from Ethiopia
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Forensic Accounting
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Forensic analysis of a methane gas explosion in a block of apartments
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Forensic analysis of a pile foundation failure
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Forensic analysis of a single particle of partially burnt gunpowder by solid phase micro-extraction–gas chromatography-nitrogen phosphorus detector
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Forensic analysis of acrylic fibers by pyrolysis–gas chromatography/mass spectrometry
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Forensic analysis of buildings affected by mining subsidence
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Forensic analysis of buildings affected by mining subsidence based on Differential Interferometry (Part III)
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Forensic analysis of condom and personal lubricants by capillary electrophoresis
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Forensic analysis of foundation failure in gypsiferous ground
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Forensic analysis of hydraulic props in longwall workings
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Forensic Analysis of Nonlinear Collusion Attacks for Multimedia Fingerprinting
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Forensic analysis of the evolution of damages to buildings constructed in a mining area (Part II)
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Forensic analysis of the failure of the foundations of a tunnel built to channel the course of a river
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Forensic analysis of the instability of a large-scale slope in a coal mining operation
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Forensic analysis on a Lotus Notes server
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Forensic application of rapid DNA preparation for muliplex PCR
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Forensic application of the luminol reaction as a presumptive test for latent blood detection
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Forensic application of total reflection X-ray fluorescence spectrometry for elemental characterization of ink samples
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Forensic application of total reflection X-ray fluorescence spectrometry for elemental characterization of ink samples
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Forensic aspect of elder abuse: risk factors and characteristics
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Forensic assessment of a bridge downfall using Bayesian networks
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Forensic assessment of juvenile delinquents: prevalence of psychopathology and decision-making at court in the Netherlands
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Forensic assessment of sexual interest: A review
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Forensic comparative glass analysis by laser-induced breakdown spectroscopy
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Forensic comparative glass analysis by laser-induced breakdown spectroscopy
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Forensic conditional release programs and outcomes in three states
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Forensic confirmation bias: The case of facial image comparison
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Forensic determination of residual stresses and KI from fracture surface mismatch
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Forensic diagnosis of a shield tunnel failure
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Forensic differentiation of biogenic organic compounds from petroleum hydrocarbons in biogenic and petrogenic compounds cross-contaminated soils and sediments
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Forensic DNA analysis for animal protection and biodiversity conservation: A review
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Forensic engineering: Reduction of risk and improving technology (for all things great and small)
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Forensic Environmental Geochemistry: differentiation of fuel-types, their sources and release time
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Forensic evaluation after severe head injury: A high functioning deaf student with neurofibromatosis
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Forensic evaluation of building damage using subsidence simulations
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Forensic Evaluation of Compacted Soils using RAMCODES
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Forensic examination allows Guevaraʹs burial
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Forensic examination of ink by high-performance thin layer chromatography—The United States Secret Service Digital Ink Library
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Forensic expertsʹ perceptions of expert bias
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Forensic geomorphology
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Forensic geoscience
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Forensic geoscience: applications of geology, geomorphology and geophysics to criminal investigations
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Forensic GPR: finite-difference simulations of responses from buried human remains
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Forensic Impact of the Child Sexual Abuse Medical Examination
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Forensic interviewing in child sexual abuse cases: Current techniques and future directions
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Forensic Investigation in Communication Networks Using Incomplete Digital Evidences
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Forensic issues in the analysis of trace nitrofuran veterinary residues in food of animal origin
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Forensic Linguistics in the Light of Crime Investigation
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Forensic Linguistics: Ratna Sarumpaet’s Persecution Case on Hate Speech
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Forensic Luminol Blood Test for Preventing Cross‑contamination in Dentistry: An Evaluation of a Dental School Clinic
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Forensic Medicine: A Forgotten World of Opportunities and Challenges for Research
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Forensic medicine: international criminal tribunals and an international criminal court
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Forensic mental health assessment in France: Recommendations for quality improvement
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Forensic mental health law reform in Japan: From criminal warehousing to broad-spectrum specialist services?
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Forensic Mental Health Services in Australia
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Forensic neuropsychological test usage: An empirical survey
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Forensic Neuropsychology: are we there yet?
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Forensic numerical analysis of gas venting in Southwestern Ontario
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Forensic nursing in the context of sexual assault: comparing the opinions and practices of nurse examiners and nurses
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Forensic pretrial police interviews of deaf suspects avoiding legal pitfalls
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Forensic psychiatric aftercare following hospital order treatment
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Forensic Psychiatric Assessment and Treatment in Germany: Legal Framework, Recent Developments, and Current Practice
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Forensic psychiatric evaluation of perpetrators of crimes committed during the war in Croatia (1991–1995)
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Forensic psychiatric expert witnessing within the criminal justice system in Germany
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Forensic psychiatric inpatients and aggression: An exploration of incidence, prevalence, severity, and interventions by gender
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Forensic Psychiatric Organization in Finland
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Forensic Psychiatric Services in British Columbia
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Forensic Psychiatric Services in the Netherlands
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Forensic Psychiatric System in the Province of Buenos Aires
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Forensic psychiatric units in Italy from the 1960s to the present
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Forensic psychiatry and epidemiology: Introduction
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Forensic psychiatry and the birth of the criminal insane asylum in modern Italy
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Forensic Psychiatry in Brazil: An Overview
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Forensic psychiatry in Chile
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Forensic psychiatry in China
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Forensic Psychiatry in Iran
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Forensic Psychiatry in New Zealand: A Review
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Forensic psychiatry services in Australia
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Forensic psychotherapy
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Forensic Science
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Forensic science testing: The forensic filler-control method for controlling contextual bias, estimating error rates, and calibrating analysts’ reports
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Forensic seismology revisited
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Forensic software engineering: are software failures symptomatic of systemic problems?
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Forensics from the clinic to the court
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Forensics of soot: C5-related nanostructure as a diagnostic of in-cylinder chemistry
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Forensics, fakes, and failures: Pyrolysis is one part in the overall armoury
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Foreperiod priming in temporal preparation: Testing current models of sequential effects
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Fore-reef carbonate production: development of a regional census-based method and first estimates
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Foresee, a fully distributed self-organized approach for improving traffic flows
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Foreseeing Super-Response to Cardiac Resynchronization Therapy: A Perspective for Clinicians
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Foreshadowing the Cretaceous–Tertiary extinction: none if by land, two if by sea
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Foreshock and magnetosheath waves at Uranus and Neptune studied with wavelet analysis Original Research Article
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Foreshock cavities and internal foreshock boundaries
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Foreshock Occurrence Rates before Large Earthquakes Worldwide
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Foreshock sequence of September 26th, 1997 Umbria-Marche earthquakes
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Foreshocks and aftershocks of the MW = 7.1, 1992, earthquake in the Atrato region, Colombia
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Foreshocks and aftershocks of the Mw = 7.1, 1992, earthquakein the Atrato region, Columbia/atl>
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Foreshocks explained by cascades of triggered seismicity
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Foreshocks, aftershocks, and remote triggering in quasi-static fault models
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Foreshortened Dorsal Extension of the Central Sulcus in Williams Syndrome
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Foresight analysis of cardiovascular research
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Foresight and Precaution: Proceedings of ESREL 2000, SARS and SRA-Europe Annual Conference, Edinburgh, Scotland, 15–17 May, 2000.: Edited by M.P. Cottam, D.W. Harvey, R.P. Pape and J. Tait, A. A. Balkema, Rotterdam, The Netherlands, 2000. ISBN 90 5809 140
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Foresight beyond strategy: Social initiatives by business and government
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Foresight in designing sun-beach destinations
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Foresight in health sciences using Causal Layered Analysis method
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Foresight is an illusion
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Foresight on environmental technologies: options for the prioritisation of future research funding – lessons learned from the project “Roadmap Environmental Technologies 2020+”
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Foresight report on obesity
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Foresight report on obesity
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Foresight report on obesity – Authorʹs reply
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Foresight Report: the obesity challenge ahead
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Foresight: Exploring the structure of the future
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Foresighted tree configuration games in resource constrained distributed stream mining sensors
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Forest age class structures as indicators of sustainability in boreal forest: Are we measuring them correctly?
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Forest age structure as indicator of boreal forest sustainability under alternative management and fire regimes: A landscape level sensitivity analysis
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Forest age structure as indicator of boreal forest sustainability under alternative management and fire regimes: A landscape level sensitivity analysis
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Forest age-induced changes in evapotranspiration and water yield in a eucalypt forest
429
Forest and Chernobyl: forest ecosystems after the Chernobyl nuclear power plant accident: 1986–1994
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Forest attributes and spatial autocorrelation and interpolation: effects of alternative sampling schemata in the boreal forest
431
Forest banking and forest landowners forgoing management rights for guaranteed financial returns
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Forest based biomass for energy in Uganda: Stakeholder dynamics in feedstock production
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Forest biodiversity and timber extraction: an analysis of the interaction of market and non-market mechanisms
434
Forest bioenergy system to reduce the hazard of wildfires: White Mountains, Arizona
435
Forest biomass and Armington elasticities in Europe
436
Forest biomass estimation from airborne LiDAR data using machine learning approaches
437
Forest biomass from combined ecosystem and radar backscatter modeling
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Forest biomass mapping from lidar and radar synergies
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Forest biomass monitoring with GNSS-R: Theoretical simulations Original Research Article
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Forest biomass supply chains in Ireland: A life cycle assessment of GHG emissions and primary energy balances
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Forest biomass supply logistics for a power plant using the discrete-event simulation approach
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Forest biomass waste combustion in a pilot-scale bubbling fluidised bed combustor
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Forest bound estuaries are higher methane emitters than paddy fields: A case of Godavari estuary, East Coast of India
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Forest buffers soil temperature and postpones soil thaw as indicated by a three-year large-scale soil temperature monitoring in the forest-steppe ecotone in Inner Asia
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Forest canopy effects on snow accumulation and ablation: An integrative review of empirical results
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Forest canopy height and carbon estimation at Monks Wood National Nature Reserve, UK, using dual-wavelength SAR interferometry
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Forest canopy height estimation using ICESat/GLAS data and error factor analysis in Hokkaido, Japan
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Forest canopy height from the Multiangle Imaging SpectroRadiometer (MISR) assessed with high resolution discrete return lidar
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Forest canopy hydraulic properties and catchment water balance: observations and modeling
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Forest canopy hydraulic properties and catchment water balance: observations and modeling
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Forest canopy interception loss exceeds wet canopy evaporation in Japanese cypress (Hinoki) and Japanese cedar (Sugi) plantations
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Forest canopy perforation in time and space in Amazonian Ecuador
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Forest canopy recovery from the 1938 hurricane and subsequent salvage damage measured with airborne LiDAR
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Forest carbon densities and uncertainties from Lidar, QuickBird, and field measurements in California
455
Forest carbon management, the greenhouse effect and electric utilities
456
Forest carbon sequestration scenarios and priorities for the Russian Federation action plan
457
Forest certification (eco-labeling) programs and their policy-making authority: explaining divergence among North American and European case studies
458
Forest certification and green building standards: overview and use in the U.S. hardwood industry
459
Forest certification and institutional governance: An empirical study of forest stewardship council certificate holders in the United States
460
Forest certification and Swedish wood supply
461
Forest certification in Russia: Challenges of institutional development
462
Forest certification—an instrument to promote sustainable forest management?
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Forest change detection by statistical object-based method
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Forest chips for energy in Europe: Current procurement methods and potentials
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Forest classification of Southeast Asia using NOAA AVHRR data
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Forest climatology: estimation and use of daily climatological data for Bavaria, Germany
467
Forest conservation in the Philippines: A cost-effective approach to mitigating climate change?
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Forest conservation in the Philippines: An economic assessment of selected policy responses using a computable general equilibrium model
469
Forest conversion to rubber around Sumatran villages in Indonesia: Comparing the impacts of road construction, transmigration projects and population
470
Forest conversion, conservation and forestry in Cross River State, Nigeria
471
Forest cover change and illegal logging in the Ukrainian Carpathians in the transition period from 1988 to 2007
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Forest cover change and its drivers in the upstream area of the Minjiang River, China
473
Forest cover change patterns in Myanmar (Burma) 1990–2000
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Forest cover classification using Landsat ETM+ data and time series MODIS NDVI data
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Forest cover dynamics analysis and prediction modeling using logistic regression model
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Forest cover trends from time series Landsat data for the Australian continent
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Forest crown density restoration and influencing factors in the burned area of northern Great Hing′an Mountains of China
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Forest decline and Ozone: A comparison of controlled chamber and field experiments : Edited by H. Sandermann, H. Wellburn and R.L Heath Springer-Verlag (Ecological Studies 127), 1997. DM198.00 (xxi + 400 pages) ISBN 3 540 61321 8
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Forest degradation assessment in the upper catchment of the river Tons using remote sensing and GIS
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Forest degradation deepens around and within protected areas in East Asia
481
Forest dependence and community well-being in rural Canada: variation by forest sector and region
482
Forest dependence and participation in CPR management: Empirical evidence from forest co-management in Malawi
483
Forest Dependency and Its Implication for Protected Areas Management: A case Study From Kasane Forest Reserve, Botswana
484
Forest destructuring as revealed by the temporal dynamics of fundamental species – Case study of Santa Genebra Forest in Brazil
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Forest devolution in Vietnam: Differentiation in benefits from forest among local households
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Forest disturbance and river proximity influence chameleon abundance in Madagascar Original Research Article
487
Forest diversity, tobacco production and resource management in Tanzania
488
Forest dynamics during the transition from the Oldest Dryas to the Bølling–Allerød at Gerzensee—a simulation study
489
Forest ecotone response to climate change: sensitivity to temperature response functional forms
490
Forest ecotone survey by line intersect sampling
491
Forest edges and landscape history shape interactions between plants, seed-dispersing ants and seed predators Original Research Article
492
Forest elephants: fission–fusion and social arenas
493
Forest endowment, logging restrictions, and Chinaʹs wood products trade
494
Forest engineering implication of storm-induced mass wasting in the Oregon Coast Range, USA
495
Forest environmental incomes and the rural poor
496
Forest externalities, demography and rural development in inland Spain
497
Forest farming of shiitake mushrooms: An integrated evaluation of management practices
498
Forest farming of shiitake mushrooms: Aspects of forced fruiting
499
Forest Filter Effect: Role of leaves in capturing/releasing air particulate matter and its associated PAHs
500
Forest fire activity in Sweden: Climatic controls and geographical patterns in 20th century
501
Forest fire and human interaction in the early Holocene woodlands of Britain
502
Forest fire ash impact on micro- and macroalgae in the receiving waters of the east coast of South Korea
503
Forest fire burn areas in Western Canada modeled as self-similar criticality
504
Forest fire danger assessment methods and decision support
505
Forest fire detection using the normalized multi-band drought index (NMDI) with satellite measurements
506
Forest fire effects on soil chemical and physicochemical properties, infiltration, runoff, and erosion in a semiarid Mediterranean region
507
Forest fire enhanced photochemical air pollution. A case study
508
FOREST FIRE HAZARD MAPPING USING FUZZY AHP AND GIS STUDY AREA: GILAN PROVINCE OF IRAN
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Forest fire in the Boreal Region of China and its impact on the photochemical oxidant cycle of East Asia
510
Forest fire indicators and mercury deposition in an intense land use change region in the Brazilian Amazon (Alta Floresta, MT)
511
Forest fire occurrence increases the distribution of a scarce forest type in the Mediterranean Basin
512
Forest Fire Risk Zone Mapping From Geographic Information System in Northern Forests of Iran (Case study, Golestan province)
513
Forest fire risk zone mapping from satellite imagery and GIS
514
Forest fire scar detection in the boreal forest with multitemporal SPOT-VEGETATION data
515
Forest fire vulnerability map using remote sensing data, GIS and AHP analysis (Case study: Zarivar Lake surrounding area)
516
Forest fires and environmental haze in Southeast Asia: Using the ‘stakeholder’ approach to assign costs and responsibilities
517
Forest fires and insects: palaeoentomological research from a subfossil burnt forest
518
Forest fires and the structure of the universe
519
Forest fires in a changing climate and their impacts on air quality
520
Forest fires in Northern region of Portugal: Impact on PM levels
521
Forest fires in the territory contaminated as a result of the Chernobyl accident: radioactive aerosol resuspension and exposure of fire-fighters
522
Forest floor CO2 flux estimated from soil CO2 and radon concentrations
523
Forest floor CO2 fluxes estimated by eddy covariance and chamber-based model
524
Forest floor gross and net nitrogen mineralization in three forest types in Quebec, Canada
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Forest floor gross and net nitrogen mineralization in three forest types in Quebec, Canada
526
Forest floor leachate fluxes under six different tree species on a metal contaminated site Original Research Article
527
Forest floor light conditions in a secondary tropical rain forest after artificial gap creation in northern Borneo
528
Forest floor microarthropod abundance and oribatid mite (Acari: Oribatida) composition following partial and clearcut harvesting in the mixedwood boreal forest
529
Forest floor microbial biomass across a northern hardwood successional sequence
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Forest floor microbial biomass across a northern hardwood successional sequence
531
Forest floor microbial communities in relation to stand composition and timber harvesting in northern Alberta
532
Forest floor microbial communities in relation to stand composition and timber harvesting in northern Alberta
533
Forest floor microbial community response to tree species and fertilization of regenerating coniferous forests
534
Forest floor versus ecosystem CO2 exchange along boreal ecotone between upland forest and lowland mire
535
Forest floor water dynamics and root water uptake in four forest ecosystems in northwest Amazonia
536
Forest forecasts: does individual heterogeneity matter for market and landscape outcomes?
537
Forest fragment size and microhabitat effects on palm seed predation Original Research Article
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Forest fragment size effects on dung beetle communities?
539
Forest fragment spatial distribution matters for tropical tree conservation
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Forest fragmentation affects early successional patterns on shifting cultivation fields near Indian Church, Belize
541
Forest fragmentation and edge effects from deforestation and selective logging in the Brazilian Amazon Original Research Article
542
Forest fragmentation and edge influence on fire occurrence and intensity under different management types in Amazon forests
543
Forest fragmentation and landscape connectivity change associated with road network extension and city expansion: A case study in the Lancang River Valley
544
Forest fragmentation and rhinocryptid nest predation in central Chile
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Forest fragmentation and the distribution, abundance and conservation of the Tana river red colobus (Procolobus rufomitratus) Original Research Article
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Forest fragmentation differentially affects seed dispersal of large and small-seeded tropical trees Original Research Article
547
Forest fragmentation in central Amazonia and its effects on litter-dwelling ants Original Research Article
548
Forest fragmentation in the Pacific Northwest: quantification and correlations
549
Forest fragmentation: another perspective
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Forest fragmentation: another perspective: reply to Laurance
551
Forest fuel management as a conservation tool for early successional species under agricultural abandonment: The case of Mediterranean butterflies
552
Forest gap dynamics and the Ising model
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Forest gap dynamics with partially synchronized disturbances and patch age distribution
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Forest gap dynamics with partially synchronized disturbances and patch age distribution
555
Forest gardens as an intermediate land-use system in the nature–culture continuum: Characteristics and future potential
556
Forest genetics: pattern and complexity
557
Forest groups as support to private forest owners in developing close-to-nature management
558
Forest growth in relation to site conditions. Application of the model forgro to the Solling spruce site
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Forest growth in relation to site conditions. Application of the model forgro to the Solling spruce site
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Forest growth in the light of the thermodynamic theory of ecological systems
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Forest growth in the light of the thermodynamic theory of ecological systems
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Forest harvesting, resource-based tourism, and remoteness: an analysis of northern Ontarios sport fishing tourism
563
Forest Health and Environmental Pollution in Slovakia Original Research Article
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Forest health conditions in North America
565
Forest Health Status in Hungary
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Forest herb layer response to long-term light deficit along a forest developmental series
567
Forest impact estimated with NOAA AVHRR and Landsat TM data related to an empirical hurricane wind-field distribution
568
Forest impact on floods due to extreme rainfall and snowmelt in four Latin American environments 1: Field data analysis
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Forest impact on floods due to extreme rainfall and snowmelt in four Latin American environments 2: Model analysis
570
Forest incomes and rural livelihoods in Chiradzulu District, Malawi
571
Forest inventory and analysis: a national inventory and monitoring program
572
Forest inventory estimation with mapped plots
573
Forest inventory of small areas combining the calibration estimator and a spatial model
574
Forest inventory with optimal two-phase two-stage sampling schemes based on the anticipated variance
575
Forest inventory: further results for optimal sampling schemes based on the anticipated variance
576
Forest landscape change in the northwestern Wisconsin Pine Barrens from preEuropean settlement to the present
577
Forest logging and institutional thresholds in developing south-east Asian economies: A conceptual model
578
Forest loss or management intensification? Identifying causes of mammal decline in cacao agroforests
579
Forest loss with urbanization predicts bird extirpations in Vancouver Original Research Article
580
Forest management and its impact on present and potential future Chinese insect biodiversity—A butterfly case study from Gansu Province
581
Forest management and public perceptions — visual versus verbal information
582
Forest management challenges for operational researchers
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Forest management decisions for wildlife objectives: system resolution and optimality
584
Forest management options for sequestering carbon in Mexico
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Forest mapping with a generalized classifier and Landsat TM data
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Forest matrices around the Laplacian matrix Original Research Article
587
Forest microclimates: Investigating the performance potential of vegetation at the building space scale
588
Forest moth taxa as indicators of lepidopteran richness and habitat disturbance: a preliminary assessment Original Research Article
589
Forest negotiations at the United Nations: explaining cooperation and discord
590
Forest Occurrence of Trichoderma Species: Emphasis on Potential Organochlorine (Xenobiotic) Degradation
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Forest Optimization Algorithm
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Forest or the trees: At what scale do elephants make foraging decisions?
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Forest owner incentives to protect riparian habitat
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Forest owner motivations and attitudes towards supplying biomass for energy in Europe
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Forest owner perceptions of institutions and voluntary contracting for biodiversity conservation: Not crowding out but staying out
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Forest owners’ choice of reforestation method: an application of the theory of planned behavior
597
Forest parameter estimation by means of Monte-Carlo simulations with experimental considerations – Estimation of multiple reflections among trees depending on forest parameters Original Research Article
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Forest parameter estimation in the Pol-InSAR context employing the multiplicative–additive speckle noise model
599
Forest patch connectivity diagnostics and prioritization using graph theory
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Forest patch connectivity diagnostics and prioritization using graph theory
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Forest Pattern and Ecological Process, David Lindenmayer. CSIRO Publishing, Collingwood, Australia (2010). 320 pp., AU $120.00 (Pbk), ISBN: 978-0-643-09660-8.
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Forest perturbations and biodiversity during the last ten thousand years in French Guiana
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Forest Plans and ad hoc scientist groups in the 1990s: Coping with the Forest Service viability clause
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Forest plots and the interpretation of subgroups
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Forest policy and land planning policy in Spain: a regional approach
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Forest policy for sustainable commodity wood production: an examination drawing on the Australian experience
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Forest Policy Impact Assessment in the Ouachita National Forest and the Valuation of Conserving Red-Cockaded Woodpeckers
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Forest policy in aroused society: Ukrainian post-Orange Revolution challenges
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Forest policy in the EU and its influence on the plant diversity of woodlands
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Forest policy reformed: A United States perspective
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Forest privatisation and the role of community in forests and nature protection in Tanzania
612
Forest production model for upland black spruce stands—Optimal site occupancy levels for maximizing net production
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Forest production model for upland black spruce stands—Optimal site occupancy levels for maximizing net production
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Forest productivity and land ownership in the U.S. Lake States
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Forest products decomposition in municipal solid waste landfills
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Forest products technology research at the Scottish Institute for Wood Technology, SWIT, University of Abertay Dundee, Scotland, UK
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Forest products, markets and socio-economics: ten years of pan-European research co-operation at EFI
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Forest proportion as indicator of ecological integrity in streams using Plecoptera as a proxy
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Forest recovery in abandoned agricultural lands in a karst region of the Dominican Republic
620
Forest recovery on abandoned logging roads in a tropical montane rain forest of Hainan Island, China
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Forest re-growth on medieval farmland after the Black Death pandemic—Implications for atmospheric CO2 levels
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Forest remnants in the Long Point region, Southern Ontario: Tree species diversity and size structure
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Forest resource trade between Japan and Southeast Asia: the structure of dual decay
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Forest resource use change during early market integration in tropical rain forests: the Huaorani of upper Amazonia
625
Forest restitution and protected area effectiveness in post-socialist Romania
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Forest Road Design Combining Common Design Techniques and GIS (Case Study: 2nd Series of Liresar Forest
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Forest Roads Effects on the Height of Forest Biomasses in the Margin of the Road and in Its Depth
628
Forest science and forest policy in the Americas: building bridges to a sustainable future
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Forest Sciences. Impact of Global Change on Tree Physiology Forest Ecosystems. Proceedings of the International Conference on Impacts of Global Change on tree physiology and Forest Ecosystems, 26–29 November 1996 in Wageningen, The Netherlands. Edited by
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Forest Sciences. Impact of Global Change on Tree Physiology Forest Ecosystems. Proceedings of the International Conference on Impacts of Global Change on tree physiology and Forest Ecosystems, 26–29 November 1996 in Wageningen, The Netherlands. Edited by
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Forest sector modeling: a synthesis of econometrics, mathematical programming, and system dynamics methods
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Forest seed banks along an intensity gradient of ancient agriculture
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Forest soil acidification assessment using principal component analysis and geostatistics
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Forest soil characteristics in a chronosequence of harvested Douglas-fir forests
635
Forest soil community responses to plant growth-promoting rhizobacteria and spruce seedlings
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Forest soil conservation in central Mexico: An interdisciplinary assessment
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Forest soil decomposition and its contribution to heterotrophic respiration: A case study based on Canada
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Forest soil decomposition and its contribution to heterotrophic respiration: A case study based on Canada
639
Forest soil microbial functional patterns and response to a drought and warming event: Key role of climate–plant–soil interactions at a regional scale
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Forest soil microbial functional patterns and response to a drought and warming event: Key role of climate–plant–soil interactions at a regional scale
641
Forest soil respiration and its heterotrophic and autotrophic components: Global patterns and responses to temperature and precipitation
642
Forest soil respiration and its heterotrophic and autotrophic components: Global patterns and responses to temperature and precipitation
643
Forest Spatial Dynamics with Gap Expansion: Total Gap Area and Gap Size Distribution
644
Forest stand characteristics estimation using a most similar neighbor approach and image spatial structure information
645
Forest stand dynamics and similarity theory
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Forest stand dynamics and similarity theory
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Forest Stand Types Classification Using Tree-Based Algorithms and SPOT-HRG Data
648
Forest structure and aboveground biomass in the southwestern United States from MODIS and MISR
649
Forest structure and composition at young fire and cut edges in black spruce boreal forest
650
Forest structure and organic horizon analysis along a fire chronosequence in the low elevation forests of western Montana
651
Forest structure characteristics in disturbed and undisturbed sites of Mt. Elgon Moist Lower Montane Forest, western Kenya
652
Forest structure influences on rainfall partitioning and cloud interception: A comparison of native forest sites in Kona, Hawai’i
653
Forest structure modeling with combined airborne hyperspectral and LiDAR data
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Forest structure optimization using evolutionary programming and landscape ecology metrics
655
Forest sustainability and the free trade of forest products: cases from Southeast Asia
656
Forest sustainability and trade policies
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Forest Taxation and Rotation Age under Private Amenity Valuation: New Results
658
Forest thinning and soil respiration in a Sitka spruce forest in Ireland
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Forest tourism and recreation: case studies in environmental management: X. Font and J. Tribe (Eds.); CABI Publishing, Wallingford, 2000, pp 292, ISBN 0-85199-414-8. £40.00.
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Forest transition in an ecologically important region: Patterns and causes for landscape dynamics in the Niger Delta
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Forest transitions: towards a global understanding of land use change
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Forest treatment residues for thermal energy compared with disposal by onsite burning: Emissions and energy return
663
Forest tree responses to extreme drought and some biotic events: Towards a selection according to hazard tolerance?
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Forest tree species discrimination in western Himalaya using EO-1 Hyperion
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Forest turnover, diversity and CO2
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Forest turnover, diversity, and CO2
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Forest understory soil temperatures and heat flux calculated using a Fourier model and scaled using a digital camera
668
Forest variability index: a vector quantifying forest stand diversity and forest compactness
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Forest variable estimation using a high-resolution digital surface model
670
Forest vertical structure from GLAS: An evaluation using LVIS and SRTM data
671
Forest Volume Decompositions and Abel–Cayley–Hurwitz Multinomial Expansions
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Forestal algebras and algebraic forests (on a new class of weakly compact graphs) Original Research Article
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Forestation as a medium term buffer stock of carbon
674
Forest-based bioenergy in China: Status, opportunities, and challenges
675
Forest-derived lignin biomarkers in an Australian oxisol decrease substantially after 90 years of pasture
676
Forested landslide detection using LiDAR data and the random forest algorithm: A case study of the Three Gorges, China
677
Forestepping-backstepping stacking pattern of volcaniclastic successions: Roccamonfina volcano, Italy
678
Forestepping-backstepping stacking pattern of volcaniclastic successions: Roccamonfina volcano, Italy
679
Forest-fire as a model for the dynamics of disease epidemics
680
Forestland development and private forestry with examples from Oregon (USA)
681
Forest-land use complementarity modifies community structure of a tropical herpetofauna
682
ForestMAS – A single tree based secondary succession model employing Ellenberg indicator values
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ForestMAS – A single tree based secondary succession model employing Ellenberg indicator values
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Forestomach fermentation characteristics and diet digestibility in alpacas (Lama pacos) and sheep (Ovis aries) fed two forage diets
685
Forestry and rural development in Europe: an exploration of socio-political discourses
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Forestry and the carbon market response to stabilize climate
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Forestry conflicts from the 1950s to 1983: A review of a comparative study between USA, Germany, France, Sweden, Finland and Norway. European Forest Institute, Corvallis (1995), 91, ISBN: 952-9844-07-7
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Forestry disputes in provincial France during the nineteenth century: the case of the Montagne de Lure
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Forestry effects on bedload yields in mountain streams
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Forestry in the Ukraine: the road ahead?
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Forestry policy in colonial and postcolonial Zimbabwe: continuity and change
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Forestry policy reform and the role of incentives in Tanzania
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Forestry production and logistics planning: an analysis using mixed-integer programming
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Forestry projects for climate change mitigation: an overview of guidelines and issues for monitoring, evaluation, reporting, verification, and certification
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Forestry Sciences: Assessment of Biodiversity for Improved Forest Planning. Proceedings of the Conference on Assessment of Biodiversity for Improved Forest Planning, 7–11 October 1996, held in Monte Verita, Switzerland. Edited by Peter Bachman, Michael Kö
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Forestry Sciences: Assessment of Biodiversity for Improved Forest Planning. Proceedings of the Conference on Assessment of Biodiversity for Improved Forest Planning, 7–11 October 1996, held in Monte Verita, Switzerland. Edited by Peter Bachman, Michael Kö
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Forestry, politicians and power—perspectives from Nepalʹs forest policy
698
Forests and erosion: Insights from a study of suspended-sediment dynamics in an overland flow-prone rainforest catchment
699
Forests and global warming mitigation in Brazil: opportunities in the Brazilian forest sector for responses to global warming under the “clean development mechanism”
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Forests and rangelands’ wildfire risk zoning using GIS and AHP techniques
701
Forests and water: The value of native temperate forests in supplying water for human consumption
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Forests as a mirror of rural conditions; local views on the role of forests across Europe
703
Forests for carbon sequestration or fossil fuel substitution? A sensitivity analysis
704
Forests in the balance: Linking tradition and technology in landscape mosaics
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Forests may need centuries to recover their original productivity after continuous intensive management: An example from Douglas-fir stands Original Research Article
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Forests of the tropical eastern Andean flank during the middle Pleistocene
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Forests, biomass use and poverty in Malawi
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Forests, Water and People in the Humid Tropics, M. Bonell, L.A. Bruijnzeel (Eds.). Cambridge University Press (2005)
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Forest-tundra water balance signals traced by isotopic enrichment in lakes
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Forest-ungulate interactions: monitoring, modeling and management
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Foretelling the future in aortic stenosis
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Forever Young
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Forever Young: Death-Defying Neuroblasts
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Forewarned is forearmed: Conserving self-control strength to resist social influence
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