Abrupt changes in rainfall during the twentieth century GemmaT. Narisma, 1 Jonathan A. Foley, 1 Rachel Licker,1 and Navin Ramankutty 1,2 Received 30October 2006; revised 6 February 2007; accepted 26 February 2007; published 30 March 2007.
Title: Abrupt Visual Onsets and Selective Attention: Voluntary Versus Automatic Allocation , By: Steven Yantis, John Jonides, Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance, 0096-1523, February 1, 1990, Vol. 16, Issue 1 Database: PsycARTICLES Contents By: Steven Yantis John ...
A gradual reduction in the dose rather than abrupt cessation is recommended whenever possible . If intolerable symptoms occur following a decrease in the dose or upon discontinuation of treatment, then resuming the previously prescribed dose may be considered .
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CHAPTER 1 Abrupt Climate Change * SAP 3.4 Federal Advisory Committee member Introduction: Abrupt Changes in the Earth's Climate System Lead Authors: Peter U. Clark ,* Department of Geosciences, Oregon State University Andrew j.
Kennett, J.P., and Stott, L.D., 1991, Abrupt deep-sea warming, palaeoceanographic changes, and benthic extinctions at the end of the Palaeocene: Nature, v. 353, p. 225–229.
Abrupt and Gradual Sound Change in an Expanding Lexicon Melissa A. Redfordand Risto Miikkulainen The University of Texas at Austin Abstract The sound structure of language changes overtime, but the process of change is not well understood.
How Likely are Major or Abrupt Climate Changes, such as Loss of Ice Sheets or Changes in Global Ocean Circulation?
For example, note the difference in the doping characteristic of an abrupt and atypical hyperabrupt diode. N Doping Level Doping Level Abrupt Varactor X (Depth from the anode terminal) P ++ N N + P ++ N + Hyperabrupt Varactor X (Depth from the anode terminal)
Abrupt change in tropical African climate linked to the bipolar seesaw over the past 55,000 years E. T. Brown, 1 T. C. Johnson, 1 C. A. Scholz, 2 A. S. Cohen, 3 and J. W. King 4 Received 18July 2007; revised 4 September 2007; accepted 19 September 2007; published 18 October 2007.