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  • Combining modelling tools to evaluate a goose management scheme 

    Baveco, Johannes M.; Bergjord, Anne Kari; Bjerke, Jarle W.; Chudzińska, Magda E.; Pellissier, Loïc; Simonsen, Caroline E.; Madsen, Jesper; Tombre, Ingunn M.; Nolet, Bart A.; Nolet, Bart A. (2017-03) - Journal article
    Many goose species feed on agricultural land, and with growing goose numbers, conflicts with agriculture are increasing. One possible solution is to designate refuge areas where farmers are paid to leave geese undisturbed. ...
  • Combining radiation with hyperthermia : a multiscale model informed by in vitro experiments 

    Brüningk, Sarah; Powathil, Gibin; Ziegenhein, Peter; Ijaz, Jannat; Rivens, Ian; Nill, S.; Chaplain, Mark Andrew Joseph; Oelfke, Uwe; ter Haar, Gail (2018-01) - Journal article
    Combined radiotherapy and hyperthermia offer great potential for the successful treatment of radio-resistant tumours through thermo-radiosensitization. Tumour response heterogeneity, due to intrinsic, or micro-environmentally ...
  • Combining solid-state NMR spectroscopy with first-principles calculations – a guide to NMR crystallography 

    Ashbrook, Sharon Elizabeth Marie; McKay, David (2016-06-07) - Journal article
    Recent advances in the application of first-principles calculations of NMR parameters to periodic systems have resulted in widespread interest in their use to support experimental measurement. Such calculations often play ...
  • Combining synthesis and biosynthesis to generate novel antibiotics 

    Abou Fayad, Antoine (University of St Andrews, 2014-12-01) - Thesis
    This thesis focuses upon pacidamycin, a member of the uridyl peptide antibiotics, a family of antibiotics which exhibit an, as yet, clinically unexploited mode of action, against MraY. The Goss group has previously ...
  • Combining touch and gaze for distant selection in a tabletop setting 

    Mauderer, Michael; Daiber, Florian; Krüger, Antonio (2013-04-27) - Conference paper
    Tabletop interaction with objects in and out of reach is a common real world as well as virtual task. Gaze as additional input modality might support this interactions on tabletops in terms of search, selection and ...
  • Come dine with me : food-associated social signalling in wild bottlenose dolphins (Tursiops truncatus) 

    King, Stephanie Laura; Janik, Vincent M. (2015-07) - Journal article
    Food-related signalling is widespread in the animal kingdom with some food-associated vocalizations considered functionally referential. Food calls can, however, vary greatly in the type of information they convey. Thus, ...
  • The cometary HII regions of DR 21 : bow shocks or champagne flows or both? 

    Immer, K.; Cyganowski, Claudia Jane; Reid, M. J.; Menten, K. M. (2014-03) - Journal article
    We present deep Very Large Array H66α radio recombination line (RRL) observations of the two cometary H II regions in DR 21. With these sensitive data, we test the “hybrid” bow shock/champagne flow model previously proposed ...
  • Coming home again : Johannes Hofer, Edmund Spenser, and premodern nostalgia 

    Davis, Alexander Lee (2016) - Journal article
    The word ‘nostalgia’ was coined by the Swiss medical student Johannes Hofer in his 1688 Dissertatio Medica de Nostalgia, oder Heimwehe. Hofer’s treatise and Edmund Spenser’s 1595 poem Colin Clovts Come home againe exemplify ...
  • Commencement of Roma civic emancipation 

    Marushiakova-Popova, Elena Andreevna; Popov, Veselin (2017-12) - Journal article
    The article offers a revision of the widespread belief that Romani movement was born only during the second half of 20th century. Based on the research of historical sources we will show that it has much older roots. The ...
  • A comment on "Can relaxation of beliefs rationalize the winner's curse? An experimental study" 

    Costa-Gomes, M.A.; Shimoji, M. (2015) - Journal article
    Ivanov, Levin, and Niederle (2010) use a common-value second-price auction experiment to reject beliefs-based explanations for the winner's curse. ILN's conclusion, however, stems from the misuse of theoretical arguments. ...
  • Comment on 'Quantum Friction-Fact or Fiction?' 

    Leonhardt, Ulf (2010-06-04) - Journal item
    If quantum friction existed (Pendry 2010 New J. Phys. 12 033028) an unlimited amount of useful energy could be extracted from the quantum vacuum and Lifshitz theory would fail. Both are unlikely to be true.
  • Comment: Beyond ‘evolutionary versus social’: moving the cycle shift debate forward 

    Brown, Gillian Ruth; Cross, Catharine Penelope; Street, Sally; Brand, Charlotte Olivia (2014-06-17) - Journal article
    Wood, Kressel, Joshi, and Louie (2014) thoroughly evaluate the evidence for menstrual cycle shifts in ratings of several male characteristics and conclude that their analyses fail to provide supportive evidence for consistent ...
  • Commentary of Salmon Ben Yeruham on lamentations 

    Abdul-Karim, Mohammed Abdul-Latif (University of St Andrews, 1976) - Thesis
    This thesis is a critical edition of the Judaeo-Arabic commentary on the book of Lamentations by the tenth century Karaite Salmon Ben Yeruham. The edition of the text is based on four manuscripts and nine fragments. Two ...
  • Commentary on Grigori Mints’ “Classical and Intuitionistic Geometric Logic” 

    Dyckhoff, Roy; Negri, Sara (2017-07-17) - Journal article
  • A commentary on Q. Curtius Rufus 'Historiae Alexandri' Book X 

    Dempsie, William Alan Robert (1992) - Thesis
    This thesis consists of a text and commentary on Book Ten of Quintus Curtius Rufus' His toriae Alexandri Magni Macedonis; the work was probably written in the middle of the first century A.D. The main body of the commentary ...
  • A commentary on Statius' 'Thebaid' 1.1-45 

    Manasseh, James (2017) - Thesis
    This dissertation discusses the proem of Statius’ Thebaid (1.1-45) and the analysis of the text is split between an introduction, three extended chapters and a lemmatized commentary. Statius’ acknowledgements of his ...
  • Commentary, with introduction, text and translation, on selected poems of Theordulf of Orleans (Sirmond III. 1-6) 

    Blakeman, Christorpher John (1991) - Thesis
    The first introductory chapter addresses the facts of Theodulf's life and career and the primary and secondary source material that supports these facts and attempts to establish a firm outline of his life and career. The ...
  • Commentary: Fairness is intuitive 

    Myrseth, Kristian Ove; Wollbrant, Conny E. (2016-05-09) - Journal item
    Cappelen et al. (2015) show that ‘fair’ decisions are quicker than are ‘selfish’ decisions. On this basis, they infer that fairness is ‘intuitive’. We argue that they commit a reverse inference fallacy. One might argue ...
  • Comments back from the Sustainable Communities Summit Workshop : creating communities with low environmental impact 

    Sustainable Development Commission (Sustainable Development Commission, 2005-02-14) - Report
    Based on 'Report back from Sustainable Communities Summit Workshop : creating communities with a low environmental impact'.
  • Comments on the food and health problem analysis paper 

    Sustainable Development Commission (Sustainable Development Commission, 2003-11-24) - Report
    This report comments further on 'Food and health action plan : Food and health problem analysis for comment' which usefully summarises current policies and initiatives. However, some on-going initiatives are not mentioned; ...