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    Screening for fetal alcohol spectrum disorders by nonmedical community workers
    with M. J. A. Rotheram-Borus, M. Tomlinson, Bill C., I. M. LeRoux, and J. Stewart
    BACKGROUND: South Africa has the highest prevalence of Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorders in the world yet many women have no access to clinic care or to physicians in their communities. The shortage of physicians trained in the diagnosis of FASD is even more severe. Thus there is a need to train community workers to assist in the delivery of health care.OBJECTIVES: This study reports on the effectiveness of training community workers to screen for a possible diagnosis of a FASD.METHODS: Community…Read more
  • Checkpoint/restart-enabled parallel debugging
    with J. Hursey, C. January, P. H. Hargrove, D. Lecomber, J. M. Squyres, and A. Lumsdaine
    Debugging is often the most time consuming part of software development. HPC applications prolong the debugging process by adding more processes interacting in dynamic ways for longer periods of time. Checkpoint/restart- enabled parallel debugging returns the developer to an intermediate state closer to the bug. This focuses the debugging process, saving developers considerable amounts of time, but requires parallel debuggers cooperating with MPI implementations and checkpointers. This paper pre…Read more
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    Overcoming the ontology enrichment bottleneck with quick term templates
    with Philippe Rocca-Serra, Alan Ruttenberg, Patricia L. Whetzel, Daniel Schober, Jay Greenbaum, Mélanie Courtot, Ryan R. Brinkman, Susanna Assunta Sansone, and Richard Scheuermann
    Applied Ontology 6 (1): 13-22. 2011.
  • Book Review (review)
    Journal of the American Oriental Society 103 (2): 478. 1983.
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    Qualité de la connaissance dans un processus délibératif
    with Jeroen van der Sluijs, Jean-Marc Douguet, Ângela Guimarães Pereira, Serafin Corral Quintana, Laura Maxim, and Jerry R. Ravetz
    Natures Sciences Sociétés 16 (3): 265-273. 2008.
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    New Zealand fisheries management reforms are being conducted in terms of 'balancing' of interests and reconciliation of conflicting claims over ownership and use. Fisheries legislation seeks efficient levels of fishing effort, while establishing 'environmental bottom lines' for stock conservation; resource management law requires, alongside efficiency of resource use, consideration for species diversity and 'the intrinsic values of ecosystems' ; and the Treaty of Waitangi safeguards customary pr…Read more
  • Enviro-Capitalists: Doing Good while Doing Well
    with Terry Anderson and Donald Leal
    Environmental Values 7 (4): 488-490. 1998.
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    Building context in everyday life
    with Juliette Rouchier and Mélanie Requier-Desjardins
    Foundations of Science 7 (4): 367-392. 2002.
    Social context is generally thought toinfluence how humans act. Here we argue thathumans rarely accept the context as it isgiven, but rather undertake conscious actionsto make it favourable. The example chosen isfrom northern Cameroon, where nomad herdsmeninduce the sedentary farmers to trust them, bydifferent means: creation of interpersonallinks, exhibition of good behaviours byrespecting certain norms. Trust is consideredas an element of the context, necessary forthem to perform acts that pre…Read more
  • Valuation for Sustainable Development
    with Sylvie Faucheux
    Environmental Values 9 (1): 118-119. 2000.
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    What is the Value of Rangitoto Island?
    with Dan Vadnjal
    Environmental Values 3 (4): 369-380. 1994.
    Contingent Valuation has been promoted as a catch-all approach to environmental valuation. While there have been numerous attempts in recent years to place monetary values on environmental amenities, studies have often reported a high frequency of protest, zero or inordinately large dollar-value responses. This paper reports on the results of a survey designed to obtain information on how people actually interpret questions of paying to avoid changes in their views of Rangitoto Island. Evidence …Read more