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Ethnobiology letters, ISSN 2159-8126, 2019, Volume 10, Issue 1, pp. 40 - 49
For millennia, people have relied on human excrement or “night soil” as a source of agricultural fertilization. Following industrialization, however, the use... 
Perspectives
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Architecture_media_politics_society, ISSN 2050-9006, 12/2014
The ideological divide between “urban” and “rural” is deeply rooted in the American consciousness, fraught with tensions stemming from false memories of a... 
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2019, 1, ISBN 9781498774543
This chapter explores the ways in which interdisciplinary design teams use geovisualizations in research, design, and planning projects. Louisiana is an ideal... 
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Journal of architectural education (1984), ISSN 1531-314X, 2018, Volume 72, Issue 2, pp. 295 - 305
The National Park Service represents the nation's largest initiative in landscape conservation and preservation. As both a material and cultural construct,... 
ARCHITECTURE | CLIMATE-CHANGE
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American Journal of Hematology, ISSN 0361-8609, 08/1981, Volume 11, Issue 1, pp. 47 - 54
A study of 196 healthy geriatric females and 26 males confirmed the high prevalence of anemia in this population. Forty‐two females (21.4%) had a hematocrit of... 
leukocytes | neutropenia | aging | anemia | HEMATOLOGY | Anemia, Hypochromic - diagnosis | Cell Count | Humans | Hematocrit | Male | Anemia - physiopathology | Neutropenia - etiology | Aging | Female | Aged | Leukopenia - etiology | Chronic Disease | Anemia - etiology | Hemoglobins - analysis | Hematopoietic Stem Cells
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07/1998
The Swiss-based Nestle concern has bought all the Osem shares owned by the Weils, one of the Petah Tikvah-based food manufacturer's founding families. Nestle... 
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