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This mixed format (research and discussion) article addresses the relationship between occupation and health. The conceptual discussion is deepened by including findings from a phenomenological study of the lived experience of professional musicians with playing-related injuries. Participants...
Source-receptor relationships for speciated atmospheric mercury at the remote Experimental Lakes Area, northwestern Ontario, CanadaDownload
Zhang, L., Blanchard, P., Cheng, I., Graydon, J.A., St. Louis, V.L.
Source-receptor relationships for speciated atmospheric mercury measured at the Experimental Lakes Area (ELA), Northwestern Ontario, Canada were investigated using various receptor-based approaches. The data used in this study include gaseous elemental mercury (GEM), mercury bound to fine...
Nesbitt, H. W., MacRae, N. D., Shotyk, W.
Abstract: Polished (001) cleavage faces of Nain Labradorite (An almost-equal-to 56) were leached at 20-degrees-C (+/- 2-degrees) for 72 days in distilled water (pH almost-equal-to 5.6), in HCl solution (pH almost-equal-to 4.05) and in four other HCl solutions containing 1 mg/l or less of Na, K,...
Challenges created by data dissemination and access restrictions when attempting to address community concerns: individual privacy versus public wellbeing.Download
Goodman, K.J., Hatcher, J., Geary, J., Aplin, L., Colquhoun, A.
Background: Population health data are vital for the identification of public health problems and the development of public health strategies. Challenges arise when attempts are made to disseminate or access anonymised data that are deemed to be potentially identifiable. In these situations,...
Tracing an Invasion : Phylogeography of Cactoblastis cactorum ( Lepidoptera : Pyralidae ) in the United States Based on Mitochondrial DNADownload
Sperling, F. A. H., Simonsen, T. J., Brown, R. L.
Abstract: The adventive cactus moth Cactoblastis cactorum (Berg) (Lepidoptera: Pyralidae), a widely used biological control agent for Opuntia Mill. cacti, was detected in Florida in 1989. Since then, it has spread along the Atlantic and Gulf Coasts of southeastern United States, threatening...
Experimental evidence for the rapid evolution of behavioral canalization in natural populationsDownload
Lynch, B.R., Trussell, G.C., Palmer, A.R., Edgell, T.C.
Canalization—the evolutionary loss of the capacity of organisms to develop different phenotypes in different environments— is an evolutionary phenomenon suspected to occur widely, although examples in natural populations are elusive. Because behavior is typically a highly flexible component of an...
"I have to do what I believe": Sudanese women's beliefs and resistance to hegemonic practices at home and during experiences of maternity care in Canada.Download
Paton, P., Chiu, Y., Mumtaz, Z., Higginbottom, G. M., Safipour, J., Pillay, J.
Background Evidence suggests that immigrant women having different ethnocultural backgrounds than those dominant in the host country have difficulty during their access to and reception of maternity care services, but little knowledge exists on how factors such as ethnic group and cultural...
Gibas, C.F.C., McGhee, D., Wang, W., Currah, R.S., Tsuneda, A
Phialocephala urceolata sp. nov. was isolated from a black film that had developed on a watersoluble proprietary heparin solution (pH 2.5). Morphological and enzymatic characters, along with phylogenetic analyses of rDNA sequence data, indicated that the conidial fungus is closely related to...