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Pain pattern and left internal mammary artery grafting
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Pain Perception Due to Dental Injection by Smartject: Split Mouth Design Study
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Pain Perception of Children Undergoing Nasendoscopy for Investigation of Voice and Resonance Disorders
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Pain predicts non-adherence to pap smear screening among middle-aged African American women
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Pain processing in dementia and its relation to neuropathology
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Pain reactivity in former extremely low birth weight infants at corrected age 8 months compared with term born controls
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PAIN REDUCING IN ICTERIC NEEWBORNS WHILE VENIPUNCTURING: COMPARISON OF LOCAL ANESTHETIC CREAM WITH ORALLY GLUCOSE
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Pain reduction in lidocaine administration through buffering and warming
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Pain Reduction Using Low Level Laser Irradiation in Single-Visit Endodontic Treatment
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Pain relapses in the first 10 years of chronic pancreatitis
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Pain relief after cesarean section: Oral methadone vs. intramuscular pethidine
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Pain Relief during Labor: Attitudes of Postpartum Mothers in Selected Hospitals in Ibadan, Nigeria
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Pain relief following oral day case surgery: a pilot study
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Pain relief in India
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Pain relief in knee osteoarthritis reduces the propensity to trip on an obstacle
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Pain Relief in Patients Undergoing Tonsillectomy
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Pain relief poor for elderly cancer patients
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Pain Relief Versus Patient Satisfaction
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Pain Relief with Wet Cupping Therapy in Rats is Mediated by Heat Shock Protein 70 and ß-Endorphin
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Pain Relieving Effect of Sublingual Glycerol Trinitrate in Renal Colic: a Randomized Placebo-Controlled Trial
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Pain Relieving Effect of Thermoplastic Lumbosacral Orthosis with Adjustable Posterior Pad in Chronic Non-Specific Low Back Pain
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Pain response in Chinese and non-Chinese Canadian infants: is there a difference?
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Pain sensitivity, alexithymia, and depression in patients with eating disorders: Are they related?
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Pain treatment after thoracotomy: Is it a apecial problem?
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Pain treatment with a COX-2 inhibitor after coronary artery bypass operation: a randomized trial
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PAIN WITH PUNISHMENT AND THE NEGOTIATION OF CHILDHOOD: AN ETHNOGRAPHIC ANALYSIS OF CHILDREN’S RIGHTS PROCESSES IN MAASAILAND
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Pain, Disability and Sleep Quality in Patients With Rotator Cuff Tendinopathy and Concurrent Myofascial Pain
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Pain, Dislike and Experience
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Pain, dissociation and subliminal self-representations
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Pain, opioid tolerance and sensitisation to nociception in the neonate
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Pain, pain catastrophizing, and past mental healthcare utilization
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Pain, psychological variables, sleep quality, and natural killer cell activity in midlife women with and without fibromyalgia
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Pain, sensory function, and neurogenic inflammatory response in young women with low mood
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Pain: A developing issue in veterinary medicine
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Pain: an overview
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Pain: causes and management: Jan Hawthorn and Kathy Redmond Blackwell Science ISBN 0 632 04033 5, 250 pages Price: £16.99
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Pain: the past, present and future
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Pain’s Evils
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Pain-associated changes in the dorsal root ganglia of laminitic horses
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Pain-Control Research Opportunities and Future Directions
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Painful bladder syndrome/interstitial cystitis
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Painful crises in sickle-cell disease
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Painful diabetic neuropathy
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Painful effects of auditory startle, forehead cooling and psychological stress in patients with fibromyalgia or rheumatoid arthritis
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Painful fat syndrome in a male patient
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Painful gynecomastia following traumatic spinal cord injury
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Painful hip dislocation in cerebral palsy
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Painful os acromiale (or unfused acromial apophysis) in athletes
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Painful procedures in pediatric cancer: A comparison of interventions
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Painful Scoliosis Secondary to Posterior Rib Osteoid Osteoma: A Case Report and Review of Literature
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Painless acute aortic dissection presenting as discrete supravalvular aortic stenosis
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Painless acute aortic dissection presenting as left lower extremity numbness
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Painless aortic dissection presenting as hoarseness of voice: Cardiovocal syndrome: Ortnerʹs syndrome
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Painless Gross Hematuria: A New Presentation of Primitive Neuroectodermal Tumor of the Prostate
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Painless improvements to the review process
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Painless intussusception and altered mental status
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Painless limited dissection of the ascending aorta presenting with aortic valve regurgitation
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Painless Loss of Vision as The First Presentation of Undiagnosed Neurofibromatosis 1 in A Child
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Painless Prinzmetalʹs ST elevation related to propranolol: A case report
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Painless Reduction of Anterior Shoulder Dislocation by Kocher’s Method
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Painless right hemorrhagic pleural effusions as presentation sign of aortic dissecting aneurysm
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Painless Stings of Yellow Iranian Scorpions
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painless, a Drosophila Gene Essential for Nociception
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Painlevé analysis and Bäcklund transformation for a three-dimensional Kadomtsev-Petviashvili equation
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Painléve Analysis and Backlund Transformations for Coupled Generalized Schrödinger–Boussinesq System
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Painlevé analysis and integrable cases of coupled cubic oscillators in the plane
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Painlevé analysis and normal forms theory
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Painlevé analysis and the integrability properties of coupled integrable dispersionless equations
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Painlevé analysis for a semi-linear parabolic equation arising in smectic liquid crystals
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Painlevé analysis of a new integrable nonautonomous Korteweg-de Vries (K-dV) equation
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Painlevé analysis of nonlinear evolution equations—an algorithmic method
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Painlevé analysis, auto-Bäcklund transformations and exact solutions for a simplified model for reacting mixtures
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Painlevé analysis, Lie symmetries and exact solutions for (2+1)-dimensional variable coefficients Broer–Kaup equations
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Painlevé Classification of Binomial Type Ordinary Differential Equations of the Arbitrary Order
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Painlevé Classification Problems Featuring Essential Singularities
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Painlevé equations—nonlinear special functions
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Painlevé III and a singular linear statistics in Hermitian random matrix ensembles, I Original Research Article
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Painlevé IV: A numerical study of the fundamental domain and beyond
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Painlevé paradox during oblique impact with friction
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Painlevé property and conservation laws of multi-component mKdV equations
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Painlevé property and exact solutions for a nonlinear wave equation with generalized power-law nonlinearities
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Painlevé property of the inhomogeneous coupled nonlinear Schrödinger equations
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Painlevé property, Lax pair and Darboux transformation of the variable-coefficient modified Kortweg-de Vries model in fluid-filled elastic tubes
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Painlevé test for some (2 + 1)-dimensional nonlinear equations
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Painlevé test for the certain (2 + 1)-dimensional nonlinear evolution equations
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Painlevé V and a Pollaczek–Jacobi type orthogonal polynomials Original Research Article
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Painlevé-type differential equations for the recurrence coefficients of semi-classical orthogonal polynomials
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Pain-related anxiety predicts non-specific physical complaints in persons with chronic pain
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Pain-related disability measurement: the cultural adaptation and validation of “pain disability index (PDI)” and “pain disability questionnaire (PDQ)” among Iranian low back pain patients
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Pain-related magnetic fields evoked by intra-epidermal electrical stimulation in humans
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Paint as a source of recontamination of houses in urban environments and its role in maintaining elevated blood leads in children
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Paint Composition and Internal Layering of Plaster Ritual Objects from San Lázaro Pueblo (LA92), New Mexico
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Paint Deposition Modeling for Trajectory Planning on Automotive Surfaces
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Paint Research Association becomes part of Pera Innovation Network
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Paint still considered as a luxury product in India
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Painted fish, eaten fish: Artistic and archaeofaunal representations in Tierra del Fuego, Southern South America
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Paint-flung projections of a subjective mind
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Painting “Mania”
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Painting by numbers: A GMT primer for merging swath-mapping sonar data of different types and resolutions,
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Painting in the air with Wii Remote
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Painting protein misfolding in the cell in real time with an atomic-scale brush
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Painting technique and state of conservation of wall paintings at Qusayr Amra, Amman – Jordan
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Painting the floor with a hammer: Technical fixes in fisheries management
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Painting the picture of distressing somatic symptoms
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Painting the tape: Aggregate evidence
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Painting-like Image Emphasis based on Human Vision Systems
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Paintshop, odd cycles and necklace splitting Original Research Article
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PAI-OFF: A new proposal for online flood forecasting in flash flood prone catchments
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Pair (F, h) upper class and (α, µ)-generalized multivalued rational type contractions
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Pair annihilation of conical intersections and a study to infer the phenomenon
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Pair Approximation for Lattice Models with Multiple Interaction Scales
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Pair approximations and the inclusion of indirect transmission: Theory and application to between farm transmission of Salmonella
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PAIR as percutaneous treatment of hydatid liver cysts
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Pair bond duration influences paternal provisioning and the primary sex ratio of brown thornbill broods
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Pair breaking and even–odd structure in fission-fragment yields Original Research Article
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Pair correlation function analysis of 5-(4-hexadecyloxyphenyl)-10,15,20-tri(4-pyridyl)porphyrin and 5-(4-methoxycarbonylphenyl)-10,15,20-tri(4-pyridyl)porphyrin
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Pair correlation function of inhomogeneous hard sphere fluids
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Pair correlation of rationals with prime denominators Original Research Article
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Pair Correlation of Squares in p-Adic Fields
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Pair correlation of torsion points on elliptic curves
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Pair Correlation of Zeros, Primes in Short Intervals and Exponential Sums over Primes Original Research Article
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Pair covering designs with block size 5 Original Research Article
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Pair creation energy and Fano factor of silicon in the energy range of soft X-rays
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Pair creation energy and Fano factor of silicon in the energy range of soft X-rays
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Pair creation of black holes in anti-de Sitter space background
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Pair densities at contact in the quantum electron gas
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Pair density functional theory
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Pair differentiation
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Pair dispersion in turbulence
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Pair disruption in female zebra finches: consequences for offspring phenotype and sensitivity to a social stressor
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Pair distribution functions of colloidal particles on a quartz collector in a parallel plate and stagnation point flow chamber
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Pair distribution of ions in Coulomb crystals
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Pair dominating graphs
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Pair duration, breeding success and divorce in a long-lived seabird: benefits of mate familiarity?
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Pair fluctuations in ultra-small Fermi systems within self-consistent RPA at finite temperature
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Pair formation and clustering of D on the basal plane of graphite
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Pair formation within multi-agent populations
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Pair Grouping and Resource-dispersing Variables of Cognitive Task Complexity: Effects on L2 Output
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Pair interaction molecular orbital method: an approximate computational method for molecular interactions
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Pair lengths of product graphs
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Pair Loading in Gamma-Ray Burst Fireballs and Prompt Emission from Pair-rich Reverse Shocks
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Pair potential for Fe–He
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Pair Production and Vacuum Polarization of Arbitrary Spin Particles with EDM and AMM
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Pair production by a constant external field in noncommutative QED
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Pair production by a strong wakefield excited by lasers in a magnetized plasma
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Pair production from vacuum at the focus of an X-ray free electron laser
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Pair production in a strong time-depending magnetic field: The effect of a strong gravitational field
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Pair production of charged scalars and lepton flavor violating signals in the littlest Higgs model at image colliders Original Research Article
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Pair production of Higgs bosons associated with Z boson in the left–right twin Higgs model at the ILC Original Research Article
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Pair production of neutral Higgs particles in gluon-gluon collisions Original Research Article
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Pair production of open strings — relativistic versus dissipative dynamics Original Research Article
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Pair production of squarks in TeV scale polarized γp collisions
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Pair production of the heavy leptons associated with a gauge boson γ or Z at the ILC Original Research Article
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Pair production with electron capture in peripheral collisions of relativistic heavy ions Original Research Article
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Pair programming in software development teams – An empirical study of its benefits
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Pair statistics clarify percolation properties of spatially explicit simulations
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Pair term in the electromagnetic current within the Front-Form dynamics: spin-0 case Original Research Article
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Pair Trading in Tehran Stock Exchange based on Smooth Transition GARCH Model
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Pair vs many-body potentials: Influence on elastic and plastic behavior in nanoindentation of fcc metals
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Pair-Bonded Humans Conform to Sexual Stereotypes in Web-Based Advertisements for Extra-Marital Partners
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Pair-copula based mixture models and their application in clustering
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Pair-copula constructions of multiple dependence
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Pair-copulas in infrastructure multivariate dependence modeling
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Paired 2-disjoint path covers and strongly Hamiltonian laceability of bipartite hypercube-like graphs
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Paired bondage in trees Original Research Article
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Paired cell for the preparation of AgI nanowires using nanoporous alumina membrane templates
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Paired chimpanzee hepatitis B virus (ChHBV) and mtDNA sequences suggest different ChHBV genetic variants are found in geographically distinct chimpanzee subspecies
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Paired comparison estimates of willingness to accept versus contingent valuation estimates of willingness to pay
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Paired comparisons and designed experiments
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Paired comparisons of carbon exchange between undisturbed and regenerating stands in four managed forests in Europe
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Paired domination on interval and circular-arc graphs Original Research Article
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Paired electrolysis in a solid polymer electrolyte reactor—Simultaneously reduction of nitrate and oxidation of ammonia
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Paired emitter-detector light emitting diodes for the measurement of lead(II) and cadmium(II) Original Research Article
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Paired Gang Scheduling
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Paired Haar spectra computation through operations on disjoint cubes
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Paired interacting orbitals (PIO) study of Mo/SiO2 and Mo/HZSM-5 catalysts for olefin metathesis
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Paired many-to-many disjoint path covers of the hypercubes
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Paired melt lenses at the East Pacific Rise and the pattern of melt flow through the gabbroic layer at a fast-spreading ridge
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Paired metamorphic belts revisited
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Paired Mg and Mg(B) ionization chambers for the measurement of boron neutron capture dose in neutron beams
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Paired Mg and Mg(B) ionization chambers for the measurement of boron neutron capture dose in neutron beams
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Paired miniature tissue-equivalent proportional counters for dosimetry in high flux epithermal neutron capture therapy beams
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Paired miniature tissue-equivalent proportional counters for dosimetry in high flux epithermal neutron capture therapy beams
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Paired outcome assessment of a microprocessor controlled knee versus a mechanical prosthesis
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Paired peer review of university classroom teaching in a school of nursing and midwifery
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Paired Porites coral Sr/Ca and δ18O from the western South China Sea: Proxy calibration of sea surface temperature and precipitation
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Paired quantum Hall states on noncommutative two-tori Original Research Article
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Paired states on a torus Original Research Article
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Paired transcranial magnetic stimulation for the early diagnosis of corticobasal degeneration
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Paired Ventricular Stimulation: An Approach for Hemodynamic Stabilization During Ventricular Tachycardia
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Paired δ13Ccarb and δ13Corg records of Upper Ordovician (Sandbian–Katian) carbonates in North America and China: Implications for paleoceanographic change
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Paired δ18O signals of Neogloboquadrina pachyderma (s) and Turborotalita quinqueloba show thermal stratification structure in Nordic Seas
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Paired-associate learning, phoneme awareness, and learning to read
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Paired-domination number of a graph and its complement
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Paired-domination of Cartesian products of graphs and rainbow domination
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Paired-site approach for studying soil organic carbon dynamics in a Mediterranean semiarid environment
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Pair-hopping mechanism of superconductivity activated by the nano-space layered structure Original Research Article
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Pair-independence and freeness analysis through linear refinement
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Pairing and continuum effects on low-frequency quadrupole vibrations in deformed Mg isotopes close to the neutron drip line Original Research Article
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Pairing and isospin symmetry in proton-rich nuclei
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Pairing and quartetting in exotic nuclei
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Pairing and reproductive success in two sympatric species of Hyalella (Crustacea, Amphipoda, Dogielinotidae) from southern Brazil
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Pairing and shell effects in the transport coefficients of collective motion Original Research Article
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Pairing and spectral statistics of low energy levels
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Pairing and symmetry energy in N ~ Z nuclei
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Pairing and symmetry energy in N≃Z nuclei Original Research Article
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Pairing and the structure of the pf-shell N∼Z nuclei
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Pairing and unpairing electron densities in organic systems: [1.1.1]Propellane case
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Pairing anti-halo effect
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Pairing collectivity in medium-mass neutron-rich nuclei near drip-line Original Research Article
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Pairing computational and scaled physical models to determine permeability as a measure of cellular communication in micro- and nano-scale pericellular spaces
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Pairing conjugate partitions by residue classes Original Research Article
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Pairing correlations and transitions in nuclear systems Original Research Article
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Pairing correlations around scission Original Research Article
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Pairing correlations in an explicitly particle-number conserving approach Original Research Article
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Pairing correlations in high spin states Original Research Article
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Pairing correlations in high spin states Original Research Article
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Pairing correlations in nuclei: old knowledge and new ideas Original Research Article
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Pairing correlations in odd-mass carbon isotopes and effect of Pauli principle in particle–core coupling in 13C and 11Be Original Research Article
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Pairing correlations in the inner crust of neutron stars Original Research Article
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Pairing correlations of nucleons and multi-nucleon transfer between heavy nuclei
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Pairing effects in 232Th neutron-induced fission cross section Original Research Article
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Pairing effects in delayed neutron emission
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Pairing effects in low density domain of nuclear matter Original Research Article
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Pairing effects on the collectivity of quadrupole states around 32Mg
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Pairing Energy Effects in Cyanide Complexes of CpCrIII
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Pairing entangled states
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Pairing from random interactions Original Research Article
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Pairing gap and polarisation effects
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Pairing gaps from nuclear mean-field models
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Pairing heterocyclic cations with closo-dodecafluorododecaborate (2−): Synthesis of binary heterocyclium(1+) salts and a Ag4(heterocycle)84+ salt of B12F122−
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Pairing in 4-component fermion systems: The bulk limit of SU(4)-symmetric Hamiltonians Original Research Article
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Pairing in disordered s-wave superconductors and the effect of their coupling
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Pairing in exotic and in stable nuclei
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Pairing in nuclear systems: from neutron stars to finite nuclei
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Pairing in population imbalanced Fermion systems Original Research Article
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Pairing in the Hubbard model: the Cu5O4 cluster versus the Cu-O plane
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Pairing insights in iron-based superconductors from scanning tunneling microscopy
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Pairing interaction and self-consistent densities in neutron-rich nuclei Original Research Article
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Pairing interactions and vanishing pairing correlations in hot nuclei Original Research Article
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Pairing mechanism and superconducting state parameters of cubic perovskite Ba0.6K0.4BiO3 Original Research Article
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Pairing mechanism for electron-doped cuprates in a layered two-dimensional electron gas model Original Research Article
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Pairing of a trapped Fermi gas with unequal spin populations Original Research Article
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Pairing reduction and rotational motion in multi-quasiparticle states
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Pairing status of male willow ptarmigan: is polygyny costly to males?
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Pairing symmetry and ferromagnetism in the t–J model on a triangular lattice Original Research Article
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Pairing symmetry in cuprate superconductors
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Pairing transition of nuclei at finite temperature Original Research Article
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Pairing-induced localization of the particle continuum in weakly bound nuclei
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Pairings and actions for dynamical quantum groups
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Pairings and monomorphisms of classifying spaces
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Pairings for cryptographers Original Research Article
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Pairings in triangular Witt theory
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Pairings of a distinctive chamber with the aftereffect of wheel running produce conditioned place preference
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Pairings of function spaces
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Pair-perturbation influence functions and local influence in PCA
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Pair-perturbation influence functions of nongaussianity by projection pursuit
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Pair-polar coordinate-based cancelable fingerprint templates
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Pair-production of W bosons in e+e− interactions at s=161 GeV
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Pairs of Additive Congruences to a Large Prime Modulus Original Research Article
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Pairs of bi-cubic surface constructions supporting polar connectivity Original Research Article
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Pairs of charged heavy-leptons from an SU(3)L⊗U(1)N model at CERN LHC Original Research Article
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Pairs of commuting nilpotent matrices, and Hilbert function
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Pairs of domains where all intermediate domains are Jaffard Original Research Article
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Pairs of dual Gabor frame generators with compact support and desired frequency localization
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Pairs of electronic states supporting the wave process of martensite crystal growth
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Pairs of forbidden induced subgraphs for homogeneously traceable graphs
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Pairs of functions with indefinite Pick matrices Original Research Article
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Pairs of graphs with site and bond percolation critical probabilities in opposite orders
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Pairs of hermitian and skew-hermitian quaternionic matrices: Canonical forms and their applications Original Research Article
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Pairs of largest circuits in 3-connected matroids Original Research Article
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Pairs of noncrossing free Dyck paths and noncrossing partitions
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Pairs of nontrivial solutions for resonant Neumann problems
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Pairs of orthogonal countable ordinals
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Pairs of partitions without repeated odd parts
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Pairs of positive solutions for image-Laplacian equations with sublinear and superlinear nonlinearities which do not satisfy the AR-condition Original Research Article
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Pairs of positive solutions for singular image-Laplacian equations with a image-superlinear potential Original Research Article
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Pairs of renewal processes whose superposition is a renewal process
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Pairs of trees in tree–tree triangulations Original Research Article
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Pairs of zebra finches with similar ‘personalities’ make better parents
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Pairs selection and outranking: An application to the S&P 100 index
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Pairs trading and outranking: The multi-step-ahead forecasting case
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Pairs, Reflections, and the EgoI: Exploration of a PePAIRS, REFLECLrTAIONNGSE,R AND cTHE EGOI eptual Hypothesis
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Pairwise‎ ‎non-commuting elements in finite metacyclic $2$-groups and some finite $p$-groups
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Pair-wise additivity for potentials of mean force in dilute polymer solutions
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Pairwise association of neopentane as a function of hydrostatic pressure
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Pairwise balanced designs from finite fields Original Research Article
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Pairwise Balanced Designs with Block Sizes 8, 9, and 10
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Pairwise classifier combination using belief functions
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Pairwise clustering using a Monte Carlo Markov Chain
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Pairwise comaximal elements and the classification of all ∨-distributive triangular norms of length 3
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Pairwise comparison and selection temperature in evolutionary game dynamics
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Pair-wise comparison experiment on subjective annoyance rating of noise samples with different frequency spectrums but same A-weighted level
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Pairwise comparison of genomic imbalances between primary and recurrent well differentiated liposarcomas
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Pairwise comparisons for proportions estimated by pooled testing
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Pairwise comparisons of dependent groups based on medians
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Pairwise comparisons of the means of skewed data
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Pair-wise comparisons versus planning game partitioning—experiments on requirements prioritisation techniques
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Pairwise Compatible Hamilton Decompositions ofKn
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Pairwise conditional score functions: a generalization of the Mantel–Haenszel estimator
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Pairwise constraints based multiview features fusion for scene classification
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Pair-wise decomposition and coordinated control of complex systems
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Pairwise Deformations of an Incompressible Elastic Body under Dead-Load Tractions
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PAIRWISE DIFFERENCE ESTIMATION WITH NONPARAMETRIC CONTROL VARIABLES∗
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Pair-wise discrimination based on a stroke importance measure
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Pairwise entanglement of a three-qubit Heisenberg XY chain in a nonuniform magnetic field with intrinsic decoherence
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Pairwise fusion matrix for combining classifiers
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Pair-wise interactions by gas chromatography: VII. Interaction free enthalpies of solutes with secondary alcohol groups
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Pairwise Interactions of the Six Human MCM Protein Subunits
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Pairwise intersections and forbidden configurations
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Pairwise kidney exchang
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Pairwise kidney exchange: Comment
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Pairwise ligand exchange reactions in tetrahedral and pseudo-tetrahedral transition metal complexes
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Pairwise likelihood approach to grouped continuous model and its extension
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Pairwise likelihood inference for ordinal categorical time series
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Pairwise likelihood inference in spatial generalized linear mixed models
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Pair-wise linear and 3D nonlinear relationships between the liver antioxidant enzyme activities and the rate of body oxygen consumption in mice
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Pairwise linkage disequilibrium analysis of the human renin gene
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Pairwise measures of species co-occurrence for choosing indicator species and quantifying overlap
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Pairwise Optimal Weight Realization—Acceleration Technique for Set-Theoretic Adaptive Parallel Subgradient Projection Algorithm
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Pair-wise path key establishment in wireless sensor networks
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Pair-Wise Range Image Registration: A Study in Outlier Classification
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Pair-wise resonance in catacondensed hexagonal systems
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Pairwise sequence alignment below the twilight zone
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Pairwise solute descreening of solute charges from a dielectric medium
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Pairwise solutions and the core of transportation situations
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Pairwise trade and coexistence of money and higher-return assets
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Pairwise ωB-continuous functions
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Pairwise-adaptive dissimilarity measure for document clustering
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Pairwise-additive analytic potential for the Ar–CH3CH3 van der Waals complex
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Pairwise-difference estimation of incomplete information games
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Pairwise-difference estimation of incomplete information games
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PAK Analysis Results for Building Architectural Engineering Licensure Exam
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PAK Analysis Results for Building Architectural Engineering Licensure Exam
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Pak: US Diplomatic & Economic Relations (1993-96) an Overview
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PAK-inʹ Up cGMP for the Move
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Pakistan and the War Against Terrorism in Afghanistan: Choices, Pragmatism and the Decision
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Pakistan announces national plan to tackle key health issues
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Pakistan Floods
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Pakistan government backs down on taxing “life saving” drugs
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Pakistan governmentʹs cyclone aid in turmoil
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Pakistan International Biennial Conference on Ramadan and Health (10th & 11th October 2015, 24th & 26th Dhul Hijjah 1436 H)
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Pakistan investigates black market sale of HIV kits
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Pakistan mammal tooth stable isotopes show paleoclimatic and paleoenvironmental changes since the early Oligocene
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Pakistan predicts a polio-free future
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Pakistan recognises burden of non-communicable disease
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Pakistan sees huge increase in suicides
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Pakistan since Independence: An Historical Analysis
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Pakistan takes action to stamp out pharmaceutical companiesʹ overpricing
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Pakistan unveils wide-ranging changes to human-rights procedures
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Pakistan: a cirrhotic state?
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Pakistan: Cestisa/Developed Technologies – metallic pigments
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Pakistani adolescents’ coping with stress: effect of loss of a parent and gender of adolescents
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Pakistani bentonite in mortars and concrete as low cost construction material
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Pakistani doctors strike after ten doctors murdered this year
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PAKISTANI WOMEN’S WRITING: VOICES OF PROGRESS
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Pakistanʹs province limits private practice in public hospitals
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Pakistanʹs treatment of women criticised
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PAKʹn It In: Identification of a Selective PAK Inhibitor
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PAK-TURKEY RELATIONS: On the Common Ties
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Pak-US Diplomatic and Economic Relations (1988-90) an Overview
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PAL Activity and Differential Ozone Sensitivity in Tobacco, Bean and Poplar
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PAL inhibitor evokes different responses in two Hypericum species
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PAL spectroscopy as experimental probe for extended free-volume defects in inorganic glasses and ceramics Original Research Article
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PAL spectroscopy in application to humidity-sensitive MgAl2O4 ceramics
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Palace Intrigue: Missiles, Treason, and the Rule of Law in Bolivia
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Palaeo methane-seepage history traced by biomarker patterns in a carbonate crust, Nile deep-sea fan (Eastern Mediterranean Sea)
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Palaeobathymetric gradients across Timor during 5.7–3.3 Ma (latest Miocene–Pliocene) and implications for collision uplift
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Palaeobathymetric reconstruction of peritidal carbonates: Late Barremian, Urgonian, sequences of Provence (SE France)
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Palaeobathymetric zonation of foraminifera from lower Permian shale deposits of a high-latitude southern interior sea
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Palaeobiogeographic patterns of a persistent monophyletic lineage: Lithophyllum pustulatum species group (Corallinaceae, Corallinales, Rhodophyta)
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Palaeobiogeographic relationships of the Haţeg biota — Between isolation and innovation
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Palaeobiogeographical relationships of poriferan and coral assemblages during the late Carboniferous and the closure of the western Palaeotethys Sea–Panthalassan Ocean connection
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Palaeobiogeography and diversification of Tournaisian–Viséan bryozoans (lower–middle Mississippian, Carboniferous) from Eurasia
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Palaeobiogeography and palaeogeographical implications of Permian marine bivalve faunas in Northeast Asia (Kolyma–Omolon and Verkhoyansk–Okhotsk regions, northeastern Russia)
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Palaeobiogeography of Famennian (Late Devonian) bryozoans
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Palaeobiogeography of Late Oligocene to Early Miocene Central European Ostracoda and Foraminifera: progressive isolation of the Mainz Basin, northern Upper Rhine Graben and Hanau Basin/Wetterau
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Palaeobiogeography of Tethyan ammonites during the Tithonian (latest Jurassic)
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Palaeobiogeography of the Bajocian–Oxfordian macrofauna of Gebel Maghara (North Sinai, Egypt): Implications for eustacy and basin topography
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Palaeobiological perspectives on variability and taxonomy of scleractinian corals
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Palaeobiology of an extinct Ice Age mammal: Stable isotope and cementum analysis of giant deer teeth
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Palaeobiology of Triassic procolophonids, inferred from bone microstructure
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Palaeobiology: the origin and evolution of a scientific discipline
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Palaeobotanical evidence of wildfires in the Late Palaeozoic of South America – Early Permian, Rio Bonito Formation, Paraná Basin, Rio Grande do Sul, Brazil
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Palaeoceanographic and climatic changes during the Albian, summary of the results from the Kirchrode boreholes
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Palaeoceanographic and palaeoclimatic inferences from Late Cretaceous planktonic foraminiferal assemblages from the Exmouth Plateau (ODP Sites 762 and 763, eastern Indian Ocean)
387
Palaeoceanographic and palaeoclimatic reorganization around the Middle–Late Jurassic transition
388
Palaeoceanographic controls on geochemical characteristics of organic-rich Exshaw mudrocks: role of enhanced primary production
389
Palaeoceanographic differences of early Late Aptian black shale events in the Vocontian Basin (SE France)
390
Palaeoceanographic linkage of geochemical and graptolite events across the Silurian–Devonian boundary in Bardzkie Mountains (Southwest Poland)
391
Palaeoceanographic records related to glacio-eustatic fluctuations in the Pleistocene Japan Sea coast based on ostracods from the Omma Formation
392
Palaeoceanographic redox environments for the lower Cambrian Hetang Formation in South China: Evidence from pyrite framboids, redox sensitive trace elements, and sponge biota occurrence
393
Palaeoceanographic significance of recent foraminiferal biofacies on the southern shelf of Western Australia: a preliminary study
394
Palaeoceanographic significance of the Tethyan ‘Livello Selli’ (Early Aptian) from the Hybla Formation, northwestern Sicily: biostratigraphy and high-resolution chemostratigraphic records
395
Palaeoceanography and biogeography in the Early Jurassic Panthalassa and Tethys Oceans
396
Palaeoceanography of Lower Cretaceous (Barremian–Lower Aptian) black shales from northwest Germany evidenced by calcareous nannofossils and geochemistry
397
Palaeoceanography of the Banda Sea, and Late Pleistocene initiation of the Northwest Monsoon
398
Palaeoceanography of the early Zechstein Sea during Kupferschiefer deposition in the Lower Rhine Basin (Germany): A reappraisal from stable isotope and organic geochemical investigations
399
Palaeoceanography of the last glacial maximum in the eastern Indian Ocean: planktonic foraminiferal evidence
400
Palaeocene biostratigraphy and sequence stratigraphy of the UK central North Sea
401
Palaeochannel detection and aquifer performance assessment in Mendha River catchment, Western India
402
Palaeochannels on the North China Plain: palaeoriver geomorphology
403
Palaeochannels on the North China Plain: relationships between their development and tectonics
404
Palaeochannels on the North China Plain: stage division and palaeoenvironments
405
Palaeochannels on the North China Plain: types and distributions
406
Palaeocirculation in the basin of southeastern France sub-alpine range: a synthesis from fluid inclusions studies
407
Palaeoclimate across the Late Pennsylvanian–Early Permian tropical palaeolatitudes: A review of climate indicators, their distribution, and relation to palaeophysiographic climate factors
408
Palaeoclimate analysis using spectral gamma-ray data from the Aptian (Cretaceous) of southern England and southern France
409
Palaeoclimate and palaeovegetation in central India during the Upper Cretaceous based on stable isotope composition of the palaeosol carbonates
410
Palaeoclimate and the formation of sapropel S1: inferences from Late Quaternary lacustrine and marine sequences in the central Mediterranean region
411
Palaeoclimate and vegetation change in Serbia during the last 30 Ma
412
Palaeoclimate change recorded in Upper Cretaceous (Albian–Cenomanian) Kazhdumi Formation Borehole SPECTRAL Gamma-Ray Logs, South Pars Gas field, Persian Gulf
413
Palaeoclimate dynamics in continental Southeast Asia over the last ~ 30,000 Cal yrs BP
414
Palaeoclimate estimates for the Middle Miocene Schrotzburg flora (S Germany): a multi-method approach
415
Palaeoclimate from glaciers: Examples from the Eastern Alps during the Alpine Lateglacial and early Holocene
416
Palaeoclimate implications from deep drilling of Neoproterozoic strata in the Officer Basin and Adelaide Rift Complex of Australia; a marine record of wet-based glaciers
417
Palaeoclimate perturbations before the Sheinwoodian glaciation: A trigger for extinctions during the ‘Ireviken Event’
418
Palaeoclimate reconstruction from biomarker geochemistry and stable isotopes of n-alkanes from Carboniferous and Early Permian humic coals and limnic sediments in western and eastern Europe
419
Palaeoclimate reconstructions of the Middle Jurassic of Kachchh (western India): an integrated approach based on palaeoecological, oxygen isotopic, and clay mineralogical data
420
Palaeoclimate records in compound-specific δD values of a lipid biomarker in ombrotrophic peat
421
Palaeoclimates and their modelling: (With special reference to the Mesozoic era) by J.R.L. Allen et al., 1994. Chapman and Hall, London. Hardcover, 190 pp. Price £35.00, ISBN 0-412-56330-4
422
Palaeoclimatic and biotic changes during the Aalenian (Middle Jurassic) at the southern Laurasian Seaway (Basque–Cantabrian Basin, northern Spain)
423
Palaeoclimatic and chronostratigraphic interpretations from strontium, carbon and oxygen isotopic ratios in molluscan fossils of Quaternary Seoguipo and Shinyangri Formations, Cheju Island, Korea
424
Palaeoclimatic and deforestation effect on the coastal fresh groundwater resources of SE Ivory Coast from isotopic and chemical evidence
425
Palaeoclimatic conditions in the late Pleistocene Wadda Lake, eastern Kumaun Himalaya (India)
426
Palaeoclimatic conditions in the upper Pleistocene and Holocene Bhimtal-Naukuchiatal lake basin in south-central Kumaun, North India
427
Palaeoclimatic considerations of talus flatirons and aeolian deposits in Northern Fuerteventura volcanic island (Canary Islands, Spain)
428
Palaeoclimatic cyclicity in central Mediterranean Pliocene sediments: the mineralogical signal
429
Palaeoclimatic evolution and vegetational changes during the Late Oligocene–Miocene period in Western and Central Anatolia (Turkey)
430
Palaeoclimatic implications from micro-facies data of a 5900 varve time series from the Piànico interglacial sediment record, southern Alps
431
Palaeoclimatic implications of a storm erosion record from late Holocene lake sediments, North Island, New Zealand
432
Palaeoclimatic implications of Mio–Pliocene sedimentation in the high-altitude intra-arc Lauca Basin of northern Chile
433
Palaeoclimatic implications of the growth history and stable isotope (δ18O and δ13C) geochemistry of a Middle to Late Pleistocene stalagmite from central-western Italy
434
Palaeoclimatic interpretation based on Middle Miocene planktonic Foraminifera: the Silesia Basin (Paratethys) and Monferrato (Tethys) records
435
Palaeoclimatic interpretation of a topographic profile across middle Holocene regressive shorelines of Longmu Co (Western Tibet)
436
Palaeoclimatic interpretation of clay minerals in marine deposits: an outlook from the continental origin
437
Palaeoclimatic reconstruction from Lateglacial (Younger Dryas Chronozone) cirque glaciers in Snowdonia, North Wales
438
Palaeoclimatic reconstruction of the last deglaciation (18-8 ka B.P.) in the Adriatic Sea region; a land-sea correlation based on palynological evidence
439
Palaeoclimatic records from peat bogs
440
Palaeoclimatic records from stable isotopes in riverine tufas: Synthesis and review
441
Palaeoclimatic significance of late Quaternary diatom assemblages from southern Windmill Islands, East Antarctica
442
Palaeoclimatology and palaeohydrography of the glacial stages on Celtic and Armorican margins over the last 360 000 yrs
443
Palaeocryptorhynchus burmanus, a new genus and species of Early Cretaceous weevils (Coleoptera: Curculionidae) in Burmese amber
444
Palaeocurrent reconstruction, sediment and thorium focussing on the Iberian margin over the last 140 ka
445
Palaeocurrent reconstruction, sediment and thorium focussing on the Iberian margin over the last 140 ka
446
Palaeodiet of Mesolithic and Neolithic populations of Meuse Basin (Belgium): evidence from stable isotopes
447
Palaeodietary implications from stable isotopic analysis of residues on prehistoric Ontario ceramics
448
Palaeodietary Implications of Isotopic Variability in Eurasian Lacustrine Fish
449
Palaeodietary Study of Iron Age Population of Gohar Tepe
450
Palaeo-digital elevation models for use as boundary conditions in coupled ocean–atmosphere GCM experiments: a Maastrichtian (late Cretaceous) example
451
Palaeo-drainage, incised valley fills and transgressive systems tract sedimentation of the northern KwaZulu-Natal continental shelf, South Africa, SW Indian Ocean
452
Palaeoecological analyses of Riversleighʹs Oligo-Miocene sites: Implications for Oligo-Miocene climate change in Australia
453
Palaeoecological and experimental evidence of former forests and woodlands in the treeless desert pastures of Southern Tibet (Lhasa, A.R. Xizang, China)
454
Palaeoecological and post-depositional changes recorded in Campanian–Maastrichtian black shales, Abu Tartur plateau, Egypt
455
Palaeoecological constraints on late Glacial and Holocene ice retreat in the Southern Andes (53°S)
456
Palaeoecological distribution pattern of Early–Middle Jurassic benthic foraminifera in the Lusitanian Basin (Portugal) based on multivariate analysis
457
Palaeoecological Evidence for Possible Pre-European Settlement in the Falkland Islands
458
Palaeoecological Evidence for the Prehistoric Settlement of Bodmin Moor, Cornwall, Southwest England. Part I: The Status of Woodland and Early Human Impacts
459
Palaeoecological Evidence for the Prehistoric Settlement of Bodmin Moor, Cornwall, southwest England. Part II: Land Use Changes from the Neolithic to the Present
460
Palaeoecological implications of the Lower Pleistocene phytolith record from the Dmanisi Site (Georgia)
461
Palaeoecological implications of the mid-Pliocene faunal turnover in the Pampean Region (Argentina)
462
Palaeoecological methods for assessing marine ecosystem recovery following the Late Permian mass extinction event
463
Palaeoecological patterns within the dysaerobic biofacies: Examples from Devonian black shales of New York state
464
Palaeoecological potential of the marine organic deposits of Posidonia oceanica: A case study in the NE Iberian Peninsula
465
Palaeoecological reconstruction of wetlands and Eneolithic land use in Ljubljansko barje (Slovenia) based on biomorphic and pollen analysis
466
Palaeoecological records of the last glacial–interglacial cycle: patterns and causes of change
467
Palaeoecological significance of Late Pleistocene pine macrofossils in the lower Guadalquivir Basin (Doٌana natural park, southwestern Spain)
468
Palaeoecological significance of turritelline gastropod-dominated assemblages from the mid-Cretaceous (Albian-Cenomanian) of Texas and Oklahoma, USA
469
Palaeoecological studies of Holocene lake sediments from west Greenland
470
Palaeoecology and biostratigraphy of early Cretaceous (Aptian) calcareous nannofossils and the δ13Ccarb isotope record from NE Iran
471
Palaeoecology and chronology of the Vallesian (late Miocene) in the Eastern Mediterranean region
472
Palaeoecology and evolution of marine hard substrate communities
473
Palaeoecology and palaeobiogeography of the Middle Jurassic ostracods of southern Tunisia
474
Palaeoecology and palaeoenvironments of the lower palaeogene succession, offshore West Greenland
475
Palaeoecology and taphonomy of an extraordinary whale barnacle accumulation from the Plio-Pleistocene of Ecuador
476
Palaeoecology and taphonomy of two brachiopod shell beds from the Anisian (Middle Triassic) of Guizhou, Southwest China: Recovery of benthic communities from the end-Permian mass extinction
477
Palaeoecology in a mud-dominated epicontinental sea: A case study of the Ordovician Elnes Formation, southern Norway
478
Palaeoecology in the museum gift shop
479
Palaeoecology of a 3-kyr biosedimentary record of a coral reef-supporting carbonate shelf
480
Palaeoecology of Africa and the Surrounding Islands: K. Heine (Ed.); A.A. Balkema, Rotterdam, 1999, 260 pp. Vol. 26, price Euro 75.00, ISBN 90 5410 476 7.
481
Palaeoecology of an Early Permian playa lake trace fossil assemblage from Castle Peak, Texas, USA
482
Palaeoecology of benthic associations in salinity-controlled marginal marine environments: Examples from the Lower Bathonian (Jurassic) of the Causses (southern France)
483
Palaeoecology of calcareous dinoflagellate cysts in the mid-Cenomanian Boreal Realm: implications for the reconstruction of palaeoceanography of the NW European shelf sea
484
Palaeoecology of corals and rudists in mixed volcaniclastic–carbonate small-scale rhythms (Upper Cretaceous, Jamaica)
485
Palaeoecology of degraded blanket mire in South Wales: Data to inform conservation management Original Research Article
486
Palaeoecology of Devonian sclerobionts and their brachiopod hosts from the Western Canadian Sedimentary Basin
487
Palaeoecology of Jurassic encrinites: Reconstructing crinoid communities from the Western Interior Seaway of North America
488
Palaeoecology of Late Cretaceous polar vegetation preserved in the Hansen Point Volcanics, NW Ellesmere Island, Canada
489
Palaeoecology of late Early Miocene fauna in the Namib based on 13C/12C and 18O/16O ratios of tooth enamel and ratite eggshell carbonate
490
Palaeoecology of Late Glacial and Holocene profundal Ostracoda of pre-Alpine lake Mondsee (Austria) — A base for further (palaeo-)biological research
491
Palaeoecology of late middle Eocene planktic foraminifera and evolutionary implications
492
Palaeoecology of Macroneuropteris scheuchzeri, and its implications for resolving the paradox of ‘xeromorphic’ plants in Pennsylvanian wetlands
493
Palaeoecology of ostracods from the Late Cretaceous from northeastern Brazil and its relation to sequence stratigraphy
494
Palaeoecology of Placodus gigas (Reptilia) and other placodontids — Middle Triassic macroalgae feeders in the Germanic Basin of central Europe — and evidence for convergent evolution with Sirenia
495
Palaeoecology of postglacial treeline shifts in the northern Cascade Mountains, Canada
496
Palaeoecology of selected South African export coals from the Vryheid Formation, with emphasis on the role of heterosporous lycopods and wildfire derived inertinite☆
497
Palaeoecology of the biserial planktonic foraminifer Heterohelix moremani (Cushman) in the late Albian to middle Turonian Circum-North Atlantic
498
Palaeoecology of the conodonts Hindeodus and Clarkina during the Permian–Triassic transitional period
499
Palaeoecology of the Early Cambrian Sinsk biota from the Siberian Platform
500
Palaeoecology of the Graptoloidea
501
Palaeoecology of the Mammoth Steppe fauna from the late Pleistocene of the North Sea and Alaska: Separating species preferences from geographic influence in paleoecological dental wear analysis
502
Palaeoecology of the Pleistocene (MIS 5.5) outcrops of Santa Maria Island (Azores) in a complex oceanic tectonic setting
503
Palaeoecology of the pseudoplanktonic Triassic crinoid Traumatocrinus from Southwest China
504
Palaeoecology of the trace fossil Gordia and its interaction with nonmineralizing taxa from the early Middle Cambrian Kaili Biota, Guizhou province, South China
505
Palaeoecology of the Triassic black shale bivalve Daonella—new insights into an old controversy
506
Palaeoecology of three interstadial events during oxygen-isotope Stages 3 and 4: a lacustrine record from Lago Grande di Monticchio, southern Italy
507
Palaeoecology of transported brachiopod assemblages embedded in black shale, Cape Phillips Formation (Silurian), Arctic Canada
508
Palaeoecology of tube-dwelling polychaetes on a Late Cretaceous rocky shore, Ivِ Klack (Skهne, southern Sweden)
509
Palaeoecology, palaeogeography and depositional environments of Upper Cretaceous rocks of western Venezuela
510
Palaeoecology, reference conditions and classification of ecological status: the EU Water Framework Directive in practice
511
Palaeo-ecophysiological perspectives on plant responses to global change
512
Palaeoentomology of the kap kّbenhavn formation, a plio-pleistocene sequence in Peary Land, North Greenland: By J. Bِcher, 1995. Medd. Grّnl. Geosci., 33, 82 pp. Copenhagen 1996-01-26
513
Palaeoenvironment and ecology of the middle Cretaceous Grebenka flora of northeastern Asia
514
Palaeoenvironment and palaeoclimate of the Middle Miocene lake in the Steinheim basin, SW Germany: A reconstruction from C, O, and Sr isotopes of fossil remains
515
Palaeoenvironment assessment of Pliocene Lom lignite (Bulgaria) from bitumen analysis and preparative off line thermochemolysis
516
Palaeoenvironment of a Late Quaternary lacustrine–palustrine carbonate complex: Zarand Basin, Saveh, central Iran
517
Palaeoenvironment of Northwestern India during the late Cretaceous Deccan volcanic episode from trace-element and stable-isotope geochemistry of intertrappean ostracod shells
518
Palaeoenvironment of the Eocene Eckfeld Maar lake (Germany): implications from geochemical analysis of the oil shale sequence
519
Palaeoenvironment of the Upper Cretaceous (Coniacian) concretion-bearing Lagerstنtten from Poland
520
Palaeoenvironment reconstruction in the Lagoon of Venice through wide-area acoustic surveys and core sampling
521
Palaeoenvironmental analysis of Cenomanian–Turonian dinocyst assemblages from the Castilian Platform (Northern-Central Spain)
522
Palaeoenvironmental analysis of Early Pleistocene brackish marshes in the Rieti and Tiberino intrapenninic basins (Latium and Umbria, Italy) using ostracods (Crustacea)
523
Palaeoenvironmental analysis of Late Cretaceous dinoflagellate cyst assemblages using high-resolution sample correlation from the Western Interior Basin, USA
524
Palaeoenvironmental and functional interpretation of Rhizocorallium jenense spinosus (ichnosubsp. nov.) from the lower Jurassic of Asturias, northern Spain
525
Palaeoenvironmental and palaeobiologic changes across the Barremian/Aptian boundary interval in the Tethys Realm, Mexico and Romania
526
Palaeoenvironmental and palaeoclimatic reconstruction of the Latest Pleistocene of El Portalَn Site, Sierra de Atapuerca, northwestern Spain
527
Palaeoenvironmental and palaeoclimatic reconstruction of the latest Pleistocene–Holocene sequence from Grotta del Romito (Calabria, southern Italy) using the small-mammal assemblages
528
Palaeoenvironmental and palaeoclimatic reconstruction of the Upper Cretaceous (late Campanian–early Maastrichtian) Horseshoe Canyon Formation, Alberta, Canada
529
Palaeoenvironmental and Palaeodietary Implications of Isotopic Biogeochemistry of Last Interglacial Neanderthal and Mammal Bones in Scladina Cave (Belgium)
530
Palaeoenvironmental and palaeogeographical implications of modern Macaronichnus segregatis-like traces in foreshore sediments on the Pacific coast of central Japan
531
Palaeoenvironmental and palaeoseismic implications of a 3700-year sedimentary record from proglacial Lake Barrancs (Maladeta Massif, Central Pyrenees, Spain)
532
Palaeoenvironmental change during the end-Guadalupian (Permian) mass extinction in Sichuan, China
533
Palaeoenvironmental change in the Gulf of Carpentaria (Australia) since the last interglacial based on Ostracoda
534
Palaeoenvironmental changes across the Albian-Cenomanian boundary interval of the Eastern Carpathians
535
Palaeoenvironmental changes across the Danian–Selandian boundary in the North Sea Basin
536
Palaeoenvironmental changes at the Frasnian/Famennian boundary in key European sections: Chemostratigraphic constraints
537
Palaeoenvironmental changes during the last 1600 years inferred from the sediment record of a cirque lake in southern Patagonia (Laguna Las Vizcachas, Argentina)
538
Palaeoenvironmental changes during the last ca. 8590 calibrated yr (7800 radiocarbon yr) in the dry forest ecosystem of the Patيa Valley, Southern Colombian Andes: a multiproxy approach
539
Palaeoenvironmental changes in southern Patagonia during the last millennium recorded in lake sediments from Laguna Azul (Argentina)
540
Palaeoenvironmental changes in the Late Triassic (Rhaetian) of the Northern Calcareous Alps: Clues from stable isotopes and microfossils
541
Palaeoenvironmental changes in the Padul Basin (Granada, Spain) over the last 1 Ma based on the biomarker content
542
Palaeoenvironmental changes of the early Pliocene (Zanclean) in the eastern Mediterranean Pissouri Basin (Cyprus) evidenced from calcareous dinoflagellate cyst assemblages
543
Palaeoenvironmental conditions during deposition of the Upper Cretaceous oil shale sequences in the Songliao Basin (NE China): Implications from geochemical analysis
544
Palaeoenvironmental conditions during the deposition of the Plio-Pleistocene sedimentary sequence of the Canoa Formation, central Ecuador: A stable isotope study
545
Palaeoenvironmental control on sponge-microbialite reefs and contemporaneous deep-shelf marl-limestone deposition (Late Oxfordian, southern Germany)
546
Palaeoenvironmental controls on the clay mineralogy of Carnian sections from the Transdanubian Range (Hungary)
547
Palaeoenvironmental controls on the uranium distribution in an Upper Carboniferous black shale (Gastrioceras listeri Marine Band) and associated strata; England
548
Palaeoenvironmental developments in the Lake Tondano area (N. Sulawesi, Indonesia) since 33,000 yr B.P.
549
Palaeoenvironmental dynamics and underlying climatic changes in southeast Amazonia (Serra Sul dos Carajلs, Brazil) during the late Pleistocene and Holocene
550
Palaeoenvironmental evaluation of the importance of fire as a cause for Calluna loss in the British Isles
551
Palaeoenvironmental evolution of Lake Gacko (Southern Bosnia and Herzegovina): Impact of the Middle Miocene Climatic Optimum on the Dinaride Lake System
552
Palaeoenvironmental evolution of the Barbate–Trafalgar coast (Cadiz) during the last ∼ 140 ka: Climate, sea-level interactions and tectonics
553
Palaeoenvironmental Framework of the Glacial-Postglacial Transition (Late Paleozoic) in the Paganzo-Calingasta Basin (Southern South America) and the Great Karoo-Kalahari Basin (Southern Africa): Ichnological Implications
554
Palaeoenvironmental history of Lake Baikal during the last 23000 years
555
Palaeoenvironmental implication of resedimented limestones shed from Mississippian–Permian mid-oceanic atoll-type buildup into slope-to-basin facies, Akiyoshi, Japan
556
Palaeoenvironmental implications and diagenesis of inoceramid shells (Bivalvia) in the mid-Maastrichtian beds of the Sopelana, Zumaya and Bidart sections (coast of the Bay of Biscay, Basque Country)
557
Palaeoenvironmental information gained from calcareous dinoflagellates: the late Quaternary eastern and western tropical Atlantic Ocean in comparison
558
Palaeoenvironmental interpretation of a Triassic-Jurassic boundary section from Western Austria based on palaeoecological and geochemical data
559
Palaeoenvironmental interpretation of Late Albian calcareous dinoflagellate cysts from the Kirchrode I borehole (Lower Saxony Basin, NW Germany)
560
Palaeoenvironmental interpretation of microphytoplankton diversity trends in the Cambrian–Ordovician of the northern Sahara Platform
561
Palaeoenvironmental reconstruction and biostratigraphy with marine palynomorphs of the Plio–Pleistocene in Tjörnes, Northern Iceland
562
Palaeoenvironmental reconstruction of dinosaur nesting sites based on a geochemical approach to eggshells and associated palaeosols (Maastrichtian, Provence Basin, France)
563
Palaeoenvironmental reconstruction of Northern Spain during the last 8000 cal yr BP based on the biomarker content of the Roٌanzas peat bog (Asturias)
564
Palaeoenvironmental reconstruction of the early Anisian from sedimentology and plant remains in the SE Iberian Range (E Spain)
565
Palaeoenvironmental reconstruction of the Late Cretaceous Sânpetru Formation (Haţeg Basin, Romania) using paleosols and implications for the “disappearance” of dinosaurs
566
Palaeoenvironmental reconstruction of the Mufara Formation (Upper Triassic, Sicily): High resolution sedimentology, biostratigraphy and sea-level changes
567
Palaeoenvironmental reconstruction of the Younger Dryas in Jersey, UK Channel Islands, based on plant and insect fossils
568
Palaeoenvironmental reconstruction: evidence for seasonality at Allia Bay, Kenya, at 3.9 million years
569
Palaeoenvironmental reconstructions by stable isotopes of Middle Miocene gastropods of the Central Paratethys
570
Palaeoenvironmental setting of rudists in the Upper Cretaceous (Turonian–Maastrichtian) Adriatic Carbonate Platform (Croatia), based on sequence stratigraphy
571
Palaeoenvironmental significance of a benthic foraminiferal fauna from an archaeological excavation in the Lagoon of Venice, Italy
572
Palaeoenvironmental significance of a monospecific assemblage of dinoflagellate cysts from the Miocene Clarkia Beds, Idaho, USA
573
Palaeoenvironmental significance of Early Cretaceous foraminifera from northern Sinai, Egypt
574
Palaeoenvironmental significance of palustrine carbonates and calcretes in the geological record
575
Palaeoenvironmental studies in NW Iberia (Cantabrian range): Vegetation history and synthetic approach of the last deglaciation phases in the western Mediterranean
576
Palaeoenvironmental turnover across the Cenomanian-Turonian transition in Oued Bahloul, Tunisia: foraminifera and geochemical proxies
577
Palaeoenvironmental turnover across the Ypresian–Lutetian transition at the Agost section, Southastern Spain: In search of a marker event to define the Stratotype for the base of the Lutetian Stage
578
Palaeoenvironments and Cultural Sequence of the Florisbad Middle Stone Age Hominid Site, South Africa
579
Palaeoenvironments and evolution of the upper Maastrichtian platform in the Betic continental margin, SE Spain
580
Palaeoenvironments and faunal recovery after the end-Permian mass extinction
581
Palaeoenvironments and palaeoclimates of the Quaternary molluscan faunas from the coastal area of Bahيa Vera-Camarones (Chubut, Patagonia)
582
Palaeoenvironments and palaeodiets of mid-Pliocene micromammals from Makapansgat Limeworks, South Africa: A stable isotope and dental microwear approach
583
Palaeoenvironments of Early Devonian fish and other aquatic fauna of the Campbellton Formation, New Brunswick, Canada
584
Palaeoenvironments of the Buia Homo site: High-resolution facies analysis and non-marine sequence stratigraphy in the Alat formation (Pleistocene Dandiero Basin, Danakil depression, Eritrea)
585
Palaeoenvironments of the dinosaur-bearing Lameta Beds (Maastrichtian), Narmada Valley, Central India
586
Palaeoenvironments of the Eifelian dolomites with earliest tetrapod trackways (Holy Cross Mountains, Poland)
587
Palaeoenvironments of the late Triassic Rhaetian Sea: Implications from oxygen and strontium isotopes of hybodont shark teeth
588
Palaeoenvironments of the latest Cretaceous (Maastrichtian) dinosaurs of Romania: insights from fluvial deposits and paleosols of the Transylvanian and Haţeg basins
589
Palaeoenvironments of the Permian–Triassic transition sections in Kashmir, India
590
Palaeoenvironments of vertebrates on the southern shore of Tethys: The nonmarine Early Cretaceous of Tunisia
591
Palaeoenvironments, the archaeological record and cereal pollen detection at Clickimin, Shetland, Scotland
592
Palaeofires in Amazon: Interplay between land use change and palaeoclimatic events
593
Palaeoflood and floodplain records from Spain: Evidence for long-term climate variability and environmental changes
594
Palaeoflood estimates of Pleistocene coarse grained river terrace landforms (Rيo Almanzora, SE Spain)
595
Palaeoflood hydrology and its role in applied hydrological sciences
596
Palaeoflood hydrology in a global context
597
Palaeoflood-generating mechanisms on Earth, Mars, and Titan
598
Palaeofloristics of Middle Pennsylvanian lyginopteridaleans in Variscan Euramerica
599
Palaeofloristics of Middle Pennsylvanian medullosaleans in Variscan Euramerica
600
Palaeoflow reconstruction from fan delta morphology on Mars
601
Palaeofluid chemistry of a single fluid event: a bulk and in-situ multi-technique analysis (LIBS, Raman Spectroscopy) of an Alpine fluid (Mont-Blanc)
602
Palaeo-fluid evidence of the multi-stage hydrocarbon charges in Kela-2 gas field, Kuqa foreland basin, Tarim Basin
603
Palaeofluvial estimates from exhumed meander scrolls, Taref Formation (Turonian), Dakhla Region, Western Desert, Egypt
604
Palaeogene and Neogene cold seep communities in Barbados, Trinidad and Venezuela: An overview
605
Palaeogene lacustrine record in Mallorca (NW Mediterranean, Spain): depositional, palaeogeographic and palaeoclimatic implications for the ancient southeastern Iberian margin
606
Palaeogene nannofossil biostratigraphy of the Kangâmiut-1 and Nukik-2 wells, offshore West Greenland
607
Palaeogene rivers of southern Britain: climatic extremes, marine influence and compressional tectonics on the southern margin of the North Sea Basin
608
Palaeogenetics and cultural heritage. Species determination and STR-genotyping from ancient DNA in art and artefacts
609
Palaeogenetics of cattle domestication: Methodological challenges for the study of fossil bones preserved in the domestication centre in Southwest Asia
610
Palaeogenomics
611
Palaeogenomics of plants: synteny-based modelling of extinct ancestors
612
Palaeogenomics of plants: synteny-based modelling of extinct ancestors
613
Palaeogeographic and palaeoclimatic evolution of the Po Plain from 150-ky core records
614
Palaeogeographic constraints on the tectonic evolution of the Maizuru Terrane of Southwest Japan to the eastern continental margin of South China during the Permian and Triassic
615
Palaeogeographic distribution and ecology of Klitzschophyllites, an early Cretaceous angiosperm in southern Laurasia and northern Gondwana
616
Palaeogeographic evolution of the marine Middle Triassic marine Germanic Basin changements – With emphasis on the carbonate tidal flat and shallow marine habitats of reptiles in Central Pangaea
617
Palaeogeographic evolution of the Pieniny Klippen Basin using stratigraphic and palaeomagnetic data from the Veliky Kamenets section (Carpathians, Ukraine)
618
Palaeogeographic reconstruction of Minchin palaeolake system, South America: The influence of astronomical forcing
619
Palaeogeographic reconstruction using composite maps, with case studies from three continents
620
Palaeogeographic significance of tidal deposits: an example from an early Miocene Paratethys embayment, Northern Hungary
621
Palaeogeographical and palaeoecological aspects of the Cambro–Ordovician radiation of echinoderms in Gondwanan Africa and peri-Gondwanan Europe
622
Palaeogeographical controls on the Cambrian trilobite immigration and evolutionary patterns reported in the western Gondwana margin
623
Palaeogeographical evolution of the Thrace Neogene Basin and the Tethys–Paratethys relations at northwestern Turkey (Thrace)
624
Palaeogeographical implications of the Miocene Quendeque Formation (Bolivia) and tidally-influenced strata in southwestern Amazonia
625
Palaeogeographical significance of clay mineral assemblages in the Permian and Triassic sediments of the SE Iberian Ranges, eastern Spain
626
Palaeogeographic-Palaeotectonic Atlas of North-Eastern Africa, Arabia, and Adjacent Areas: Late Neoproterozoic to Holocene, H. Schandelmeier, P.-O. Reynolds, A.-K. Semtner (Eds.). A.A. Balkema, Berlin, Heidelberg, New York (1997), ISBN: 90-5410-659-X
627
Palaeogeographies of the Magra Valley coastal plain to constrain the location of the Roman harbour of Luna (NW Italy)
628
Palaeogeography and 10Be exposure-age chronology of Middle and Late Pleistocene glacier systems in the northern Pyrenees: Implications for reconstructing regional palaeoclimates
629
Palaeogeography and geodynamic evolution of the Balkanides and Moesian ‘microplate’ (Bulgaria) during the earliest Cretaceous
630
Palaeogeography and relative sea-level history forcing eco-sedimentary contexts in Late Jurassic epicontinental shelves (Prebetic Zone, Betic Cordillera): An ecostratigraphic approach
631
Palaeogeography and tectonic structure of allochthonous units in the German part of the Rheno-Hercynian Belt (Central European Variscides)
632
Palaeogeography and tectonic structure of allochthonous units in the German part of the Rhenohercynian Belt: revision and comment
633
Palaeogeography, facies and nomenclature of the Triassic units in the different domains of the Betic Cordillera (S Spain)
634
Palaeoglacial and palaeoclimatic conditions in the NW Pacific, as revealed by a morphometric analysis of cirques upon the Kamchatka Peninsula
635
Palaeoglaciation of Parque Natural Lago de Sanabria, northwest Spain
636
Palaeogroundwater evolution in playa–lake environments: Sedimentary facies and stable isotope record (Palaeogene, Almazán basin, Spain)
637
Palaeohistology and preservation of tetrapods from Las Hoyas (Lower Cretaceous, Spain)
638
Palaeohydrodynamics of fluids in the Brent Group (Oseberg Field, Norwegian North Sea) from chemical and isotopic compositions of formation waters
639
Palaeo-hydrogeological control on groundwater As levels in Red River delta, Vietnam
640
Palaeohydrogeology: A methodology based on fracture mineral studies
641
Palaeohydrogeology: A methodology based on fracture mineral studies
642
Palaeohydrological changes as reflected by lake-level fluctuations in the Swiss Plateau, the Jura Mountains and the northern French Pre-Alps during the Last Glacial–Holocene transition: a regional synthesis
643
Palaeo-hydrological reconstruction of a managed fen area in The Netherlands
644
Palaeohydrological significance of late Quaternary strontium isotope ratios in a tropical lake
645
Palaeohydrology and Bedrock Weathering in the Arid Tracts of Jaisalmer, Rajasthan
646
Palaeohydrology and Environmental Change.: G. Benito, V.R. Baker and K.J. Gregory (Eds.), John Wiley and Sons, New York, 1998, xiv +353 pp. $150 ISBN 0-47198465-5
647
Palaeohydrology of the Fazzan Basin and surrounding regions: The last 7 million years
648
Palaeohydrology of the Seim River basin, Mid-Russian Upland, based on palaeochannel morphology and palynological data
649
Palaeohydrology, fires and vegetation succession in the southern Baltic during the last 7500 years reconstructed from a raised bog based on multi-proxy data
650
Palaeohydrology: K.J. Gregory, L. Starkel and V.R. Baker (Editors), 1995. Global Continental Palaeohydrology. Wiley, Chichester, 334 pp. Hardcover. Price: £ 60.00. ISBN 0-471-95420-9
651
Palaeoichthyofaunas from the Lower Oligocene and Miocene of the Arabian Plate: palaeoecological and palaeobiogeographical implications
652
Palaeoichthyology
653
Palaeointensities determined from the middle Cretaceous basalt in Liaoning Province, northeastern China
654
Palaeointensities of the Auckland geomagnetic excursions by the LTD-DHT Shaw method
655
Palaeointensity determination on an early medieval kiln from Switzerland and the effect of cooling rate
656
Palaeointensity just at the onset of the Cretaceous normal superchron
657
Palaeointensity record through the Lower Mammoth reversal from the Waianae volcano, Hawaii
658
Palaeointensity study of the Hawaiian 1960 lava: implications for possible causes of erroneously high intensities
659
Palaeointensity study of the Oshima 1986 lava in Japan: implications for the reliability of the Thellier and LTD-DHT Shaw methods
660
Palaeokarst evidence for widespread regression and subaerial exposure in the middle Katian (Upper Ordovician) of Baltoscandia: Significance for global climate
661
Palaeokarstic surfaces in the Upper Cretaceous limestones of central Jamaica
662
Palaeolandforms and morphotectonic evolution around the Baie des Chaleurs (eastern Canada)
663
Palaeolatitude of glacial deposits and palaeogeography of Neoproterozoic ice ages
664
Palaeoleptus burmanicus n. gen., n. sp., an Early Cretaceous shore bug (Hemiptera: Palaeoleptidae n. fam.) in Burmese amber
665
Palaeolimnological evidence for an east–west climate see-saw in the Mediterranean since AD 900
666
Palaeolimnological investigations in Poland based on Cladocera (Crustacea)
667
Palaeolimnology of Antarctic fur seal Arctocephalus gazella populations and implications for Antarctic management Original Research Article
668
Palaeolimnology of Palaeozoic lakes, focussing on a single lake cycle in the Middle Devonian of the Orcadian Basin, Scotland
669
Palaeolithic and Quaternary research in the Trent Valley (UK): contributions by early collectors
670
Palaeolithic Art as Cultural Memory:a Case Study of the Aurignacian Art of Southwest Germany
671
Palaeolithic radiocarbon chronology: quantifying our confidence beyond two half-lives
672
Palaeomagnetic analysis of plunging fold structures: Errors and a simple fold test
673
Palaeomagnetic and 40Ar/39Ar dating constraints on the age of the Jehol Biota and the duration of deposition of the Sihetun fossil-bearing lake sediments, northeast China
674
Palaeomagnetic and palaeoenvironmental study of two parallel sections of late Cenozoic strata in the central Taklimakan Desert: Implications for the desertification of the Tarim Basin
675
Palaeomagnetic and rock magnetic properties of travertine: Its potential as a recorder of geomagnetic palaeosecular variation, environmental change and earthquake activity in the Sıcak Çermik geothermal field, Turkey
676
Palaeomagnetic and rock magnetic studies on the dykes of Goa, west coast of Indian Precambrian Shield
677
Palaeomagnetic and rock magnetic study of a deeply exposed continental section in the Charnockite Belt of southern India: implications to crustal magnetisation and palaeoproterozoic continental nucleii
678
Palaeomagnetic applications in hydrocarbon exploration and production: P. Turner and A. Turner (Editors), 1995. Geological Society Special Publication, 98. The Geological Society, London, U.K. Hardcover, 301 pp. Price: £65.00. ISBN 1-897799-42-X
679
Palaeomagnetic chronology of the evaporitic sedimentation in the Neogene Fortuna Basin (SE Spain): early restriction preceding the `Messinian Salinity Crisisʹ
680
Palaeomagnetic constraints from granodioritic plutons (Jiaodong Peninsula): New insights on Late Mesozoic continental extension in Eastern Asia
681
Palaeomagnetic data from Ediacaran (Vendian) sediments of the Arkhangelsk region, NW Russia: An alternative apparent polar wander path of Baltica for the Late Proterozoic–Early Palaeozoic
682
Palaeomagnetic dating and tectonic significance of dolerite intrusions in the Albany Mobile Belt, Western Australia
683
Palaeomagnetic dating of the “Borne de Fer” ferricrete (NE France): Lower Cretaceous continental weathering
684
Palaeomagnetic distortion modelling and possible recovery by inversion
685
Palaeomagnetic intensities from 14C-dated lava flows on the Big Island, Hawaii: 0–21 kyr
686
Palaeomagnetic investigation of Tertiary lava from Barrington Tops, NSW, Australia, using thermal and microwave techniques
687
Palaeomagnetic results from the Baër-Bassit ophiolite of northern Syria and their implication for fold tests in sheeted dyke terrains
688
Palaeomagnetic Reversals in Mississippian Sediments of Missouri
689
Palaeomagnetic Studies of Burned Rocks
690
Palaeomagnetic study of Lower Jurassic marine strata from the Neuquén Basin, Argentina: A new Jurassic apparent polar wander path for South America
691
Palaeomagnetic study of Oligocene (24–30 Ma) lava flows from the Kerguelen Archipelago (southern Indian Ocean): directional analysis and magnetostratigraphy
692
Palaeomagnetic study of the (late Mesoproterozoic) Torridon Group, NW Scotland: Age, magnetostratigraphy, tectonic setting and partial magnetic overprinting by Caledonian orogeny
693
Palaeomagnetic study of the El Quemado complex and Marifil formation, Patagonian Jurassic igneous province, Argentina
694
Palaeomagnetic, geochronological and geochemical study of Mesoproterozoic Lakhna Dykes in the Bastar Craton, India: Implications for the Mesoproterozoic supercontinent
695
Palaeomagnetism and 40Ar/39Ar age from a Cretaceous volcanic sequence, Inner Mongolia, China: Implications for the field variation during the Cretaceous normal superchron
696
Palaeomagnetism and geochemistry of Early Palaeozoic rocks of the Barrandian (Teplá-Barrandian Unit, Bohemian Massif): palaeotectonic implications
697
Palaeomagnetism and magnetic anisotropy of late Neoproterozoic strata, South Australia: Implications for the palaeolatitude of late Cryogenian glaciation, cap carbonate and the Ediacaran System
698
Palaeomagnetism and magnetic properties of the Cappadocian ignimbrite succession, central Turkey and Neogene tectonics of the Anatolian collage
699
Palaeomagnetism of Archaean rocks of the Onverwacht Group, Barberton Greenstone Belt (southern Africa): Evidence for a stable and potentially reversing geomagnetic field at ca. 3.5 Ga
700
Palaeomagnetism of iron-formation from the late Palaeoproterozoic Frere Formation, Earaheedy Basin, Western Australia: palaeogeographic and tectonic implications
701
Palaeomagnetism of late Cretaceous sediments from southern Tibet: Evidence for the consistent palaeolatitudes of the southern margin of Eurasia prior to the collision with India
702
Palaeomagnetism of red beds from the Kimberley Group, Western Australia: Implications for the palaeogeography of the 1.8 Ga King Leopold glaciation
703
Palaeomagnetism of the Cappadocian Volcanic Succession, Central Turkey: Major ignimbrite emplacement during two short (Miocene) episodes and Neogene tectonics of the Anatolian collage
704
Palaeomagnetism of the Early Permian Mount Leyshon Intrusive Complex and Tuckers Igneous Complex, North Queensland, Australia
705
Palaeomagnetism of the ejecta-bearing Bunyeroo Formation, late Neoproterozoic, Adelaide fold belt, and the age of the Acraman impact
706
Palaeomagnetism of the Late Devonian–Early Carboniferous Achala Batholith, Córdoba, central Argentina: Implications for the apparent polar wander path of Gondwana
707
Palaeomagnetism of the loess/palaeosol sequence in Viatovo (NE Bulgaria) in the Danube basin
708
Palaeomagnetism of the Neoarchaean Pongola and Ventersdorp Supergroups and an appraisal of the 3.0–1.9 Ga apparent polar wander path of the Kaapvaal Craton, Southern Africa
709
Palaeomagnetism of the Upper Cretaceous Sânpetru Formation (Haţeg Basin, South Carpathians)
710
Palaeomagnetism of welded, pyroclastic-fall scoriae at Vulcano, Aeolian Archipelago
711
Palaeontological and molecular arguments for the origin of silica-secreting marine organisms
712
Palaeontological and palaeobiogeographical implications of the new Cenomanian vertebrate site of Algora, Guadalajara, Spain
713
Palaeontological evidence bearing on global Ordovician–Silurian continental reconstructions
714
Palaeontological evidence of communication between the Central Paratethys and the Mediterranean in the late Badenian/early Serravalian
715
Palaeontological, diagenetic and facies characteristics of Cretaceous/Paleogene boundary sediments in the Ordu, Yavuzlu and Uzunisa areas, Eastern Pontides, NE Turkey
716
Palaeontology and biostratigraphy of Middle Pleistocene river sediment in the Mathon Member, at Mathon, Herefordshire, England
717
Palaeontology and depositional environments of ancient brine seeps in the Middle Cambrian Burgess Shale at The Monarch, British Columbia, Canada
718
Palaeontology and Zooarchaeology of Mezmaiskaya Cave (Northwestern Caucasus, Russia)
719
Palaeontology in a molecular world: the search for authentic ancient DNA
720
Palaeontology of the Purbeck-type (Tithonian, Late Jurassic) bonebeds of Chassiron (Oléron Island, western France)
721
Palaeonvironmental and palaeoecological significance of flamingo-like footprints in shallow-lacustrine rocks: An example from the Oligocene–Miocene Vinchina Formation, Argentina
722
Palaeo-oceanographical implications of Early–Middle Miocene subtropical ostracod faunas from the continental shelf of the SE Atlantic Ocean
723
Palaeopathological Analyses of Human Skeletons: Statistical Analysis of Health and Disease among the Chalcolithic and Bronze Age Populations at Tepe Hissar
724
Palaeopathology by proxy: the case of Egilʹs bones
725
Palaeopathology in late Pleistocene and early Holocene Central Plains bison: dental enamel hypoplasia, fluoride toxicosis and the archaeological record
726
Palaeopathology of the Pleistocene specimen D2600 from Dmanisi (Republic of Georgia)
727
Palaeopedogenesis of red palaeosols in Yunnan Plateau, southwestern China: Pedogenical, geochemical and mineralogical evidences and palaeoenvironmental implication
728
Palaeophytogeographical and palaeoecological implications of a miospore assemblage of earliest Devonian (Lochkovian) age from Saudi Arabia
729
Palaeopolyploidy, Spatial Structure and Conservation Genetics of the Narrow Steppe Plant Vella pseudocytisus subsp. paui (Vellinae, Cruciferae)
730
Palaeoprecipitation record using O-isotope studies of the Himalayan Foreland Basin sediments, NW India
731
Palaeoproductivity at the Antarctic continental margin: opal and barium records for the last 400 ka
732
Palaeoproductivity of the eastern Arabian Sea during the past 200 ka: A multi-proxy investigation
733
Palaeoproterozoic (1740 Ma) rift-related volcanism in the Hekla Sund region, eastern North Greenland: field occurrence, geochemistry and tectonic setting
734
Palaeoproterozoic ancestry of Pan-African high-grade granitoids in southernmost India: Implications for Gondwana reconstructions
735
Palaeoproterozoic and Archaean gneiss complexes in northern Greenland: Palaeoproterozoic terrane assembly in the High Arctic
736
Palaeoproterozoic assembly of the Napier Complex, Southern India and Western Australia: Implications for the evolution of the Cuddapah basin
737
Palaeoproterozoic A-type felsic magmatism in the Khetri Copper Belt, Rajasthan, northwestern India: petrologic and tectonic implications
738
Palaeoproterozoic crustal accretion and collision in the southern Capricorn Orogen: the Glenburgh Orogeny
739
Palaeoproterozoic dome-forming structures related to granulite-facies metamorphism, Jequié block, Bahia, Brazil: petrogenetic approaches
740
Palaeoproterozoic evolution of the Killi Killi Formation and orogenic gold mineralization in the Granites–Tanami Orogen, Western Australia
741
Palaeoproterozoic Evolution of the Lewisian Complex in South Harris, NW Scotland: Evidence from High-Grade Metamorphic Rocks
742
Palaeoproterozoic High-Mg Andesites and Related Igneous Rocks from Central India and Their Geodynamic Implications
743
Palaeoproterozoic Indian shield in the global continental assembly: Evidence from the palaeomagnetism of mafic dyke swarms
744
Palaeoproterozoic orogenic gold style mineralization at the Southwestern Archaean Tanzanian cratonic margin, Lupa Goldfield, SW Tanzania: Implications from U–Pb titanite geochronology
745
Palaeoproterozoic porphyry Cu–Au, intrusion-hosted Au and ultramafic Cu–Ni deposits in the Fennoscandian Shield: Temporal constraints using U–Pb geochronology
746
Palaeoproterozoic regional-scale non-coaxial deformation: an example from eastern Eyre Peninsula, South Australia
747
Palaeoproterozoic tectonic history of the North China craton: a review
748
Palaeoproterozoic to Neoproterozoic growth and evolution of the eastern Congo Craton: Its role in the Rodinia puzzle
749
Palaeoproterozoic to Palaeozoic magmatic and metamorphic events in the Shackleton Range, East Antarctica: Constraints from zircon and monazite dating, and implications for the amalgamation of Gondwana
750
Palaeoproterozoic travertines of volcanic affiliation from a 13C-rich rift lake environment
751
Palaeoproterozoic U–Pb ages of autochthonous and allochthonous granites from the northern Swedish Caledonides—regional and palaeogeographic implications
752
Palaeoproterozoic U–Pb SHRIMP zircon age from basement rocks in Bangladesh: A possible remnant of the Columbia supercontinent
753
Palaeorecharge conditions of the deep aquifers of the Northern Aquitaine region (France)
754
Palaeosalinity variations in the Early Cretaceous of the Neuquén Basin, Argentina: Evidence from oxygen isotopes and palaeoecological analysis
755
Palaeoscolecidan worms and a possible nematode from the Early Ordovician of South China
756
Palaeoseismic data and their implication for active deformation in Greece
757
Palaeoseismological investigations of the Aigion Fault (Gulf of Corinth, Greece)
758
Palaeoslides and other mass failures of Pliocene to Pleistocene age along the Atlantic continental margin of NW Europe
759
Palaeosol stratigraphy across the Permian–Triassic boundary, Bogda Mountains, NW China: Implications for palaeoenvironmental transition through earthʹs largest mass extinction
760
Palaeosols as indicators of the climatic changes during Quaternary period in S. Anatolia
761
Palaeostress and neotectonic analysis of sheared conglomerates: Southwest Alps and Southern Apennines
762
Palaeostress configuration of Pan-African orogeny: evidence from the Igarra schist belt, SW Nigeria
763
Palaeostress perturbations near the El Castillo de las Guardas fault (SW Iberian Massif)
764
Palaeostress superimposition deduced from mesoscale structures in limestone: the Matelles exposure, Languedoc, France
765
Palaeo-stresses inferred from macro- and microfractures in the Balazuc-1 borehole (GPF programme). Contribution to the tectonic evolution of the Cévennes border of the SE Basin of France
766
Palaeosurfaces in central West Greenland as reference for identification of tectonic movements and estimation of erosion
767
Palaeotemperature calculations from the Praetiglian/Tiglian (Plio–Pleistocene) pollen record of Lieth, northern Germany: implications for the climatic evolution of NW Europe
768
Palaeotemperatures, polar ice-volume, and isotope stratigraphy (Mg/Ca, δ18O, δ13C, 87Sr/86Sr): The Early Cretaceous (Berriasian, Valanginian, Hauterivian)
769
Palaeotethys seawater temperature rise and an intensified hydrological cycle following the end-Permian mass extinction
770
Palaeotsunamis in the Pacific Islands
771
Palaeovalleys and fault-controlled depocentres in the Late-Ordovician glacial record of the Murzuq Basin (central Libya)
772
Palaeovegetation from a Homo neanderthalensis occupation in Western Liguria: archaeopalynology of Madonna dellʹArma (San Remo, Italy)
773
Palaeovegetation in China during the late Quaternary: Biome reconstructions based on a global scheme of plant functional types
774
Palaeovegetational reconstruction in Late Miocene: A case study based on early diagenetic carbonate cement from the Indian Siwalik
775
Palaeovolcanos, Solar activity and pine tree-rings from the Kola Peninsula (northwestern Russia) over the last 560 years
776
Palaeowind patterns during the latest Jurassic–earliest Cretaceous in Gondwana: Evidence from aeolian cross-strata of the Botucatu Formation, Brazil
777
Palaeozoic and Mesozoic tectonic evolution and palaeogeography of East Asian crustal fragments: The Korean Peninsula in context
778
Palaeozoic carnivorous reptiles
779
Palaeozoic co-evolution of rivers and vegetation: a synthesis of current knowledge
780
Palaeozoic collision between the North and South China blocks, Triassic intracontinental tectonics, and the problem of the ultrahigh-pressure metamorphism
781
Palaeozoic corals: their evolution and palaeoecology
782
Palaeozoic geography of the Alpine realm, new palaeomagnetic data from the Northern Greywacke Zone, Eastern Alps
783
Palaeozoic history of the Armorican Massif: Models for the tectonic evolution of the suture zones
784
Palaeozoic low-oxygen, high-latitude carbonates: Silurian and Lower Devonian nautiloid and scyphocrinoid limestones of the Anti-Atlas (Morocco)
785
Palaeozoic stromatoporoid taphonomy: ecologic and environmental significance
786
Palaeozoic tectonics and evolutionary history of the Qinling orogen: Evidence from geochemistry and geochronology of ophiolite and related volcanic rocks
787
Palaeozoic terranes of the Balkan Peninsula in the framework of Pangea assembly
788
Palaeozoic-Early Mesozoic Accretionary Tectonics of the Western Kunlun Range, NW China
789
Palaeozoogeographical connections of the Devonian vertebrate communities of the Baltica Province. Part I. Eifelian–Givetian
790
Palaeozoogeographical connections of the Devonian vertebrate communities of the Baltica Province. Part II. Late Devonian
791
Palagonite - a review
792
Palais–Smale condition and global attractor for gradient system Original Research Article
793
PALA-mediated pyrimidine starvation increases expression of aspartate transcarbamoylase (pyrB) in Arabidopsis seedlings
794
PALATABILITY AND DRY MATTER INTAKE BY SHEEP FED CORN STOVER TREATED WITH DIFFERENT NITROGEN SOURCES
795
Palatability and effect on dairy cow milk yield of dried fodder from the forage trees Acacia boliviana, Calliandra calothyrsus and Leucaena leucocephala
796
Palatability and nutritive value of some common plant species from the Aqaba Gulf area of Sinai, Egypt
797
Palatability and tolerance to simulated herbivory in native and introduced populations of Alliaria petiolata (Brassicaceae)
798
Palatability of beef steaks marinated with solutions of calcium chloride, phosphate, and (or) beef-flavoring
799
Palatability of bison semimembranosus and effects of marination
800
Palatability of weeds from different European origins to the slugs Deroceras reticulatum Müller and Arion lusitanicus Mabille
801
Palatability of wilted and dried multipurpose tree species fed to sheep and goats
802
Palatability trials on hardwood leaf litter grown under elevated CO2: a stable carbon isotope study
803
Palatability trials on hardwood leaf litter grown under elevated CO2: a stable carbon isotope study
804
Palatability, in situ and in vitro nutritive value of dried sainfoin (Onobrychis viciifolia)
805
Palatability: response to nutritional need or need-free stimulation of appetite?
806
Palatability-dependent appetite and benzodiazepines: new directions from the pharmacology of GABAA receptor subtypes
807
Palatable nationalism: A study of American cuisine through Gourmet food writing
808
Palatal Arch Diameters of Patients with Allergic Rhinitis
809
Palatal diffuse large B-cell lymphoma masquerading as an infiltrative bony mass
810
Palatal fusion – Where do the midline cells go?: A review on cleft palate, a major human birth defect
811
Palatal myoclonus and unusual MRI findings in a patient with membranous lipodystrophy
812
Palatal tremor, focal seizures, repeated miscarriages and elevated anti-thyroid antibodies
813
Palatalisability via feature compatibility
814
Palatal-Myoclonus as a Presentation of Hashimoto Encephalopathy: an interesting case report
815
Palatibility of Opuntia varieties available in South Africa for dryland sheep
816
Palatine Tonsillar Metastasis of Small-Cell Neuroendocrine Carcinoma from the Lung Detected by FDG-PET/CT After Tonsillectomy: A Case Report
817
Palatopharyngeal function rehabilitation after partial maxillectomy with an obturator combined with speech aid: a clinical report
818
PALC2001: Practical Applications in Language Corpora: Łódź Studies in Language 7. Barbara Lewandowska-Tomaszchyk (Ed.), Peter Lang, Frankfurt am Main, 2003, 556 pp., £45.00, paperback
819
Pale, but interesting
820
Paleo- and archeointensity: methods, techniques and new results
821
Paleo erosion rates and climate shifts recorded by Quaternary cut-and-fill sequences in the Pisco valley, central Peru
822
Paleo movement of continents since 300 Ma, mantle dynamics and large wander of the rotational pole
823
Paleo sea levels reconsidered from direct observation of paleoshoreline position during Glacial Maxima (for the last 500,000 yr)
824
Paleo- to Mesoarchean basement recycling and terrane definition in the Northeastern Superior Province, Québec, Canada
825
Paleo water–rock interaction determined through isotopic tracing (Sr, O, C, U) in fracture-fill minerals: Evidence from the Vienne granitoids (France)
826
Paleoalterites and paleosols: Imprints of terrestrial processes in sedimentary rocks: by Robert Meyer. A.A. Balkema, Rotterdam and Brookfield, 1997, hardcover, xi + 151 pp., ISBN 90-5410-724-3
827
Paleoaltimetry of the Tibetan Plateau from D/H ratios of lipid biomarkers
828
Paleoarchean sulfur cycle and biogeochemical surface conditions on the early Earth, Barberton, South Africa
829
Paleoatmospheric pCO2 fluctuations across the Cretaceous–Tertiary boundary recorded from paleosol carbonates in NE China
830
Paleo-bathymetric controls on the stratigraphic architecture and reservoir development of confined fans in the Auger Basin: central Gulf of Mexico slope
831
Paleobathymetric history of the Western Mediterranean Sea shelf during the latest glacial period and the Holocene: Quantitative reconstructions based on foraminiferal transfer functions
832
Paleobathymetric implications of microborings in Tertiary strata of Alaska, USA
833
Paleobathymetry in the backstripping procedure: Correction for oxygenation effects on depth estimates
834
Paleobathymetry of foraminiferal assemblages from the Pliocene of the Western Sahel (North-Algeria)
835
Paleobiogeographic Implications of Titanosaurian Sauropod and Abelisaurian Therpod Dinosaurs from Pakistan
836
Paleobiogeographic patterns in the Middle and Late Devonian emphasizing Laurentia
837
Paleobiogeographic patterns in the morphologic diversification of the Neogene planktonic foraminifera
838
Paleobiogeographical implications of inner bay Ostracoda during the Late Pleistocene Shimosueyoshi transgression, central Japan, with significance of its migration and disappearance in eastern Asia
839
Paleobiogeography of Africa: How distinct from Gondwana and Laurasia?
840
Paleobiogeography of late Early Cretaceous to Early Paleocene marine Ostracoda in Arabia and North to Equatorial Africa
841
Paleobiogeography of Miocene Equinae of North America: A phylogenetic biogeographic analysis of the relative roles of climate, vicariance, and dispersal
842
Paleobiogeography of scleractinian reef corals: Changing patterns during the Oligocene–Miocene climatic transition in the Mediterranean
843
Paleobiogeography of the Danian molluscan assemblages of Patagonia (Argentina)
844
Paleobiogeography of the late Pleistocene pampatheres of South America
845
Paleobiogeography of the lotus plant (Nelumbonaceae: Nelumbo) and its bearing on the paleoclimatic changes
846
Paleobiogeography of the pectinid bivalve Neithea, and its pattern of step-wise demise in the Albian Northwest Pacific
847
Paleobiogeography, high-resolution stratigraphy, and the future of Paleozoic biostratigraphy: Fine-scale diachroneity of the Wenlock (Silurian) conodont Kockelella walliseri
848
Paleobiological implications of Campanian coprolites
849
Paleobiology and geographic range of the large-bodied Cretaceous theropod dinosaur Acrocanthosaurus atokensis
850
Paleobiology and paleoecology of an arid–semiarid Miocene South American ichnofauna in anastomosed fluvial deposits
851
Paleobiology and skeletochronology of Jurassic dinosaurs: implications from the histology and oxygen isotope compositions of bones
852
Paleobiology data base catalyzes research breakthroughs
853
Paleobiology of a unique vertebrate coprolites concentration from Rio do Rasto Formation (Middle/Upper Permian), Paranل Basin, Brazil
854
Paleobiology of complex trace fossils
855
Paleobiology of the neoproterozoic svanbergfjellet formation, spitsbergen: By Nicholas J. Butterfield, Andrew H. Knoll and Keene Swett. Fossils and Strata, 1994, 34, 84pp. ISBN 82-00-37649-4
856
Paleobiotic changes in earth history and their causes
857
Paleobotanical remains from the Paleocene–lower Eocene Vagadkhol Formation, western India and their paleoclimatic and phytogeographic implications
858
Paléobotanique et évolution du monde végétal : quelques problèmes d’actualité
859
Paleoceanographic and paleoclimatic context of Early Triassic time
860
Paleoceanographic and paleoclimatic similarities between Mediterranean sapropels and Cretaceous black shales
861
Paleoceanographic applications of trace-metal concentration data
862
Paleoceanographic change off central Japan since the last 144,000 years based on high-resolution oxygen and carbon isotope records
863
Paleoceanographic changes across the Jurassic/Cretaceous boundary: The calcareous phytoplankton response
864
Paleoceanographic changes at the northern Tethyan margin during the Cenomanian–Turonian Oceanic Anoxic Event (OAE-2)
865
Paleoceanographic changes during the Albian–Cenomanian in the Tethys and North Atlantic and the onset of the Cretaceous chalk
866
Paleoceanographic changes during the early Cretaceous (Valanginian¯Hauterivian): evidence from oxygen and carbon stable isotopes
867
Paleoceanographic changes during the early Cretaceous (Valanginian–Hauterivian): evidence from oxygen and carbon stable isotopes
868
Paleoceanographic changes during the past 1.9 Myr at DSDP Site 238, Central Indian Ocean Basin: Benthic foraminiferal proxies
869
Paleoceanographic changes in the Ulleung Basin, East (Japan) Sea, during the last 20,000 years: Evidence from variations in element composition of core sediments
870
Paleoceanographic changes of the Late Pliensbachian–Early Toarcian interval: a possible link to the genesis of an Oceanic Anoxic Event
871
Paleoceanographic conditions following the end-Permian mass extinction recorded by giant ooids (Moyang, South China)
872
Paleoceanographic conditions in the western Caribbean Sea for the last 560 kyr as inferred from planktonic foraminifera
873
Paleoceanographic evolution of North Pacific surface water off Japan during the past 150,000 years
874
Paleoceanographic history around the Tsugaru Strait between the Japan Sea and the Northwest Pacific Ocean since 30 cal kyr BP
875
Paleoceanographic history of the Guaymas Basin, Gulf of California, during the past 15,000 years based on diatoms, silicoflagellates, and biogenic sediments
876
Paleoceanographic history of the Northwest Pacific Ocean over the past 740 kyr, discerned from radiolarian fauna
877
Paleoceanographic implications of nitrogen and organic carbon isotopic excursions in mid-Pleistocene sapropels from the Tyrrhenian and Levantine Basins, Mediterranean Sea
878
Paleoceanographic reconstruction of the late Cretaceous oil shale of the Negev, Israel: Integration of geochemical, and stable isotope records of the organic matter
879
Paleoceanographic reconstruction of the western equatorial Atlantic during the last 40 kyr
880
Paleoceanographic shifts and global events recorded in late Pliocene shallow marine deposits (2.80–2.55 Ma) of the Sea of Japan
881
Paleoceanographic significance of deep-sea benthic foraminiferal species diversity at southeastern Indian Ocean Hole 752A during the Neogene
882
Paleoceanographic significance of high-resolution carbon isotope records across the Cenomanian–Turonian boundary in the Western Interior and New Jersey coastal plain, USA
883
Paleoceanographic significance of Late Paleocene dysaerobia at the shelf/slope break around New Zealand
884
Paleoceanographic significance of sediment color on western North Atlantic drifts: I. Origin of color
885
Paleoceanographic significance of sediment color on western North Atlantic Drifts: II. Late Pliocene–Pleistocene sedimentation
886
Paleoceanographic, and paleoclimatic constraints on the global Eocene diatom and silicoflagellate record
887
Paleoceanographical development off Sisimiut, West Greenland, during the mid- and late Holocene: A multiproxy study
888
Paleoceanography and climate of the Badenian (Middle Miocene, 16.4–13.0 Ma) in the Central Paratethys based on foraminifera and stable isotope (δ18O and δ13C) evidence
889
Paleoceanography and paleoclimatology of the Southern Ocean
890
Paleoceanography and paleoclimatology: an Earth system perspective
891
Paleoceanography during the last 150 kyr off central Japan based on diatom floras
892
Paleoceanography of the Gulf of Alaska during the past 15,000 years: Results from diatoms, silicoflagellates, and geochemistry
893
Paleoceanography of the last 500 kyrs in the central Okhotsk Sea based on geochemistry
894
Paleoceanography of the Late Cretaceous (Maastrichtian) Western Interior Seaway of North America: evidence from Sr and O isotopes
895
Paleoceanography of the Mauritanian margin during the last two climatic cycles: From planktonic foraminifera to African climate dynamics
896
Paleoceanography of the northwestern Pacific during the Albian
897
Paleoceanography of the South China Sea since the middle Miocene: evidence from planktonic foraminifera
898
Paleoceanology of reefs and carbonate platforms: Miocene to modern
899
Paleocene coralgal reefs of the western Pyrenean basin, northern Spain: New evidence supporting an earliest Paleogene recovery of reefal ecosystems
900
Paleocene cyclic sedimentation in the western North Atlantic, ODP Site 1051, Blake Nose
901
Paleocene magneto-biostratigraphy and climate-controlled rock magnetism from the Belluno Basin, Tethys Ocean, Italy
902
Paleocene oceanography of the eastern subtropical Indian Ocean: An integrated magnetobiostratigraphic and stable isotope study of ODP Hole 761B (Wombat Plateau)
903
Paleocene sea-level and productivity changes at the southern Tethyan margin (El Kef, Tunisia)
904
Paleocene sequence stratigraphy and depositional systems in the Lishui Sag, East China Sea Shelf Basin
905
Paleocene–Eocene Thermal Maximum environmental change in the New Jersey Coastal Plain: benthic foraminiferal biotic events
906
Paleochannel hydraulics, geometries, and associated alluvial architecture of Early Cretaceous rivers, Sevier Foreland Basin, Wyoming, USA
907
Paleochannels and their potential for artificial groundwater recharge in the western Ganga plains
908
Paléoclimat des Petites Antilles depuis 4000 ans BP : lʹenregistrement de la lagune de Grand-Case à Saint-Martin
909
Paleoclimate and location of the border between Mediterranean climate region and the Saharo–Arabian Desert as revealed by speleothems from the northern Negev Desert, Israel
910
Paleoclimate changes of the last 1000 yr on the eastern Qinghai–Tibetan Plateau recorded by elemental, isotopic, and molecular organic matter proxies in sediment from glacial Lake Ximencuo
911
Paleoclimate estimates and fire ecology immediately prior to the end-Cretaceous mass extinction in the Frenchman Formation (66 Ma), Saskatchewan, Canada
912
Paleoclimate implications of high latitude precession-scale mineralogic fluctuations during early Oligocene Antarctic glaciation: the Great Australian Bight record
913
Paleoclimates, ocean depth, and the oxygen isotopic composition of seawater
914
Paleoclimatic and paleoceanographic conditions leading to development of sapropel layer S1 in the Aegean Sea
915
Paleoclimatic and paleoenvironmental records of the Oligocene–Miocene transition, central Jylland, Denmark
916
Paleoclimatic approach to the origin of the coloring of Turonian pelagic limestones from the Vispi Quarry section (Cretaceous, central Italy)
917
Paleoclimatic changes in southern Africa during the intensification of Northern Hemisphere glaciation: evidence from ODP Leg 175 Site 1085
918
Paleoclimatic changes on the southern Tibetan Plateau over the past 19,000 years recorded in Lake Pumoyum Co, and their implications for the southwest monsoon evolution
919
Paleoclimatic conditions and paleoweathering processes on Mesozoic continental redbeds from Western-Central Mediterranean Alpine Chains
920
Paleoclimatic context of geomagnetic dipole lows and excursions in the Brunhes, clue for an orbital influence on the geodynamo?
921
Paleoclimatic control of biogeographic and sedimentary events in Tethyan and peri-Tethyan areas during the Oxfordian (Late Jurassic)
922
Paleoclimatic estimation reveals a weak winter monsoon in southwestern China during the late Miocene: Evidence from plant macrofossils
923
Paleoclimatic evolution of the Galician continental shelf (NW of Spain) during the last 3000 years: from a storm regime to present conditions
924
Paleoclimatic implication of buried peat layers in a subalpine snowpatch grassland on Mt. Zarumori, northern Japan
925
Paleoclimatic implications (Late Cretaceous–Paleogene) from micromorphology of calcretes, palustrine limestones and silcretes, southern Paraná Basin, Uruguay
926
Paleoclimatic implications of late Pleistocene sediment yield rates for the Bonneville Basin, northern Utah
927
Paleoclimatic implications of micromorphic features of Quaternary paleosols of NW Himalayas and polygenetic soils of the Gangetic Plains — A comparative study
928
Paleoclimatic implications of pedogenic carbonates in Holocene soils of the Gangetic Plains, India
929
Paleoclimatic implications of the presence of Clyomys (Rodentia, Echimyidae) in the Pleistocene of central Argentina
930
Paleoclimatic implications of the relationship between oxygen isotope ratios of moss cellulose and source water in wetlands of Lake Superior
931
Paleoclimatic inference from stable isotope profiles of accretionary biogenic hardparts – a quantitative approach to the evaluation of incomplete data
932
Paleoclimatic inference of the mid-Holocene record of monk seal (Monachus monachus) in the Cantabrian Coast
933
Paleoclimatic interpretation of the past 30 ka from isotopic studies of the deep confined aquifer of the North China plain
934
Paleoclimatic interpretations from pedogenic calcretes in a Maastrichtian semi-arid eolian sand-sheet palaeoenvironment: Marيlia Formation (Bauru Basin, southeastern Brazil)
935
Paleoclimatic interpretations of buried paleosols within the pre-Illinoian till sequence in northern Missouri, USA
936
Paleoclimatic reconstruction for the Albian–Cenomanian transition based on a dominantly angiosperm flora from the Cedar Mountain Formation, Utah, USA
937
Paleoclimatic significance of Early Holocene faunal assemblages in wet interdune deposits of the Wahiba Sand Sea, Sultanate of Oman
938
Paleoclimatic significance of lacustrine microbialites: A stable isotope case study of two lakes at Torres del Paine, southern Chile
939
Paleoclimatic significance of Late Quaternary eolian deposition on the Piedmont and High Plains, Central United States
940
Paleoclimatic significance of magnetic properties on the Red Clay underlying the loess and paleosols in China
941
Paleoclimatic significance of δD and δ13C values in piñon pine needles from packrat middens spanning the last 40,000 years
942
Paleoclimatic variations in foraminifer assemblages from the Alboran Sea (Western Mediterranean) during the last 150 ka in ODP Site 977
943
Paleoclimatic variations in West Africa from a record of late Pleistocene and Holocene lake level stands of Lake Bosumtwi, Ghana
944
Paleoclimatology and Paleoecology across the Eocene/Oligocene boundary, Thrace Basin, Northeast Aegean Sea, Greece
945
Paléoclimats et mécanismes climatiques
946
Paleo-CO2 variation trends and the Cretaceous greenhouse climate
947
Paléocontraintes et déformations syn- et post-collision Afrique–Europe identifiées dans la couverture mésozoı̈que et cénozoı̈que du Haut Atlas occidental (Maroc)
948
Paleocurrent and fabric analyses of the imbricated fluvial gravel deposits in Huangshui Valley, the northeastern Tibetan Plateau, China
949
Paleocurrent directions from paleomagnetic reorientation of magnetic fabrics in deep-sea sediments at the Antarctic Peninsula Pacific margin (ODP Sites 1095, 1101)
950
Paleodepositional conditions in the Orca Basin as inferred from organic matter and trace metal contents
951
Paleodictyon nodosum: A living fossil on the deep-sea floor
952
Paleodiet studies using stable carbon isotopes from bone apatite and collagen: examples from Southern Ontario and San Nicolas Island, California
953
Paleodietary implications from stable carbon isotope analysis of experimental cooking residues
954
Paleodietary reconstruction of a Neolithic population in Slovenia: A stable isotope approach
955
Paleodrainage on the Chukchi shelf reveals sea level history and meltwater discharge
956
Paleoearthquake deformations recorded by magnetic variables
957
Paleoearthquakes and Eolian-Dominated Fault Sedimentation along the Hubbell Spring Fault Zone near Albuquerque, New Mexico
958
Paleoearthquakes Determination of Magnitude~6.5 on the North Tehran Fault, Iran
959
Paleoecological and paleoenvironmental changes during the continental Middle–Late Permian transition at the SE Iberian Ranges, Spain
960
Paleoecological constraints on reef-coral morphologies in the Tortonian–early Messinian of the Lorca Basin, SE Spain
961
Paleoecological control of ostracode distribution in a Pennsylvanian Auernig cyclothem of the Carnic Alps, Austria
962
Paleoecological patterns in molluscan extinctions and recoveries: comparison of the Cretaceous–Paleogene and Eocene–Oligocene extinctions in North America
963
Paleoecological reconstruction of the Ediacaran benthic macroscopic communities of the White Sea (Russia)
964
Paleoecological response of ostracods to early Late Pleistocene lake-level changes in Lake Malawi, East Africa
965
Paleoecological significance of coupling metrics of successful and unsuccessful shell-breaking predation: Examples using Neogene bivalve prey
966
Paleoecological significance of laminated diatomaceous oozes during the middle-to-late Pleistocene, North Atlantic Ocean (IODP Site U1304)
967
Paléoécologie, paysages et environnements disparus: By Jean-Claude Gall. Masson, Paris 1995, 239 pp. Price 190 FFr. ISBN 2.225.845751
968
Paleoecology and coalescence: phylogeographic analysis of hypotheses from the fossil record
969
Paleoecology and dynamics of coralline dominated facies during a Pleistocene transgressive–regressive cycle (Capo Colonna marine terrace, Southern Italy)
970
Paleoecology and evolution of Jurassic–Cretaceous corbiculoids from Japan
971
Paleoecology and paleobiogeography of fossil mollusks from Isla Isabela (Galلpagos, Ecuador)
972
Paleoecology and sedimentary environment of the Late Devonian coral biostrome from the Central Devonian Field, Russia
973
Paleoecology and taphonomy of the Early Cambrian Maotianshan Shale biota chancelloriid Allonnia junyuani: Adaptation to nonactualistic Cambrian substrates
974
Paleoecology meets ecology on questions of scale
975
Paleoecology of a Pennsylvanian encrusting colonial rugose coral in south Guizhou, China
976
Paleoecology of archaeocete whales throughout the Eocene: Dietary adaptations revealed by microwear analysis
977
Paleoecology of benthic metazoans in the Early Cambrian Maotianshan Shale biota and the Middle Cambrian Burgess Shale biota: evidence for the Cambrian substrate revolution
978
Paleoecology of brachiopod communities during the late Paleozoic ice age in Bolivia (Copacabana Formation, Pennsylvanian–Early Permian)
979
Paleoecology of Early to Middle Miocene Deposits (Guri Member) and Sedimentary Environment, SE Zagros Zone, Roydar, Iran
980
Paleoecology of Easter Island: Evidence and uncertainties
981
Paleoecology of gastropods preserved in turbiditic slope deposits from the Upper Pliocene of Ecuador
982
Paleoecology of Inoceramus amakusensis Nagao et Matsumoto, 1940 (Bivalvia) in a Late Cretaceous shallow clastic sea: The Himenoura Group, Kyushu, Japan
983
Paleoecology of late Pleistocene–Holocene faunas of eastern and central Wyoming, USA, with implications for LGM climate models
984
Paleoecology of Llandovery conodonts, Anticosti Island, Québec
985
Paleoecology of pelmatozoan attachment structures from a hardground surface in the middle Silurian Massie Formation, southeastern Indiana
986
Paleoecology of secondary tierers from Western Pangean tropical marine environments during the aftermath of the end-Permian mass extinction
987
Paleoecology of the Cretaceous–Tertiary mass extinction in planktonic foraminifera
988
Paleoecology of the earliest skeletal metazoan communities: Implications for early biomineralization
989
Paleoecology of the Greater Phyllopod Bed community, Burgess Shale
990
Paleoecology of the Guayana Highlands (northern South America): Holocene pollen record from the Eruoda-tepui, in the Chimantل massif
991
Paleoecology of the late Campanian/early Maastrichtian Fossil-Lagerstätte of “Lo Hueco” (Cuenca, Spain): Palynological insights
992
Paleoecology of the Quarry 9 vertebrate assemblage from Como Bluff, Wyoming (Morrison Formation, Late Jurassic)
993
Paleoecology of whale-fall habitats from deep-water Oligocene rocks, Olympic Peninsula, Washington state
994
Paleo-elevation and subsidence of Shatsky Rise inferred from CO2 and H2O in fresh volcanic glass
995
Paleoelevation of Tibetan Lunpola basin in the Oligocene–Miocene transition estimated from leaf wax lipid dual isotopes
996
PALEOENVIR2ONMENTAL SIGNIFICANCE OF A PALEOSOL COMPLEX IN CHINESE LOESS
997
Paleoenvironment and Archaeology of Drotsky’s Cave: Western Kalahari Desert, Botswana
998
Paleo-environment and flooding of the Limpopo River-plain, Mozambique, between c. AD 1200–2000
999
Paleoenvironment and paleoecology of a Late Paleocene high-latitude terrestrial succession, Arkose Ridge Formation at Box Canyon, southern Talkeetna Mountains, Alaska
1000
Paleoenvironment and plant cultivation on terraces at La Quemada, Zacatecas, Mexico: the pollen, phytolith and diatom evidence
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