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  • White, Victoria Atkinson (2016)
    <p>ABSTRACT</p><p> Churches and Christian institutions today face unique challenges in light of the deep trends found throughout their ecology. Complexity and wicked problems have the opportunity to prevail as the deep ...
  • Newton, Jr., Willie James (2016)
    <p>This study discusses the strengths, weaknesses, and implications of the Reverend Harry Emerson Fosdick’s life-situation preaching for young preachers in mainline churches in general and African-Americans in particular. ...
  • Long, Benita Manning (2016)
    <p>Coming Home: A Historical Assessment of Private Domestic Space as the Primary Locus of Christian Hospitality</p><p>ABSTRACT</p><p> ...
  • Keenan, MM; Liu, B; Tang, X; Wu, J; Cyr, D; Stevens, RD; Ilkayeva, O; Huang, Z; Tollini, LA; Murphy, SK; Lucas, J; Muoio, DM; Kim, So Young; Chi, JT (2015-10)
    In order to propagate a solid tumor, cancer cells must adapt to and survive under various tumor microenvironment (TME) stresses, such as hypoxia or lactic acidosis. To systematically identify genes that modulate cancer ...
  • Bottenus, N; Long, W; Zhang, HK; Jakovljevic, M; Bradway, DP; Boctor, EM; Trahey, GE (2016-07)
    Ultrasound image quality is often inherently limited by the physical dimensions of the imaging transducer. We hypothesize that, by collecting synthetic aperture data sets over a range of aperture positions while precisely ...
  • Bejan, A (2016-05-03)
    © 2016 The Author(s). Published with license by Taylor & Francis Group, LLC., Adrian BejanWhat is evolution and why does it exist in the biological, geophysical and technological realms — in short, everywhere? Why is there ...
  • Chen, R; Wen, CY; Lorente, S; Bejan, Adrian (2016-07-07)
    Here, we show that during their half-century history, helicopters have been evolving into geometrically similar architectures with surprisingly sharp correlations between dimensions, performance, and body size. For example, ...
  • Bejan, Adrian; Almerbati, A; Lorente, S; Sabau, AS; Klett, JW (2016-08-01)
    Here we illustrate the free search for the optimal geometry of flow channel cross-sections that meet two objectives simultaneously: reduced resistances to heat transfer and fluid flow. The element cross section and the ...
  • Bejan, Adrian; Alalaimi, M; Lorente, S; Sabau, AS; Klett, JW (2016-08-01)
    This paper illustrates the morphing of flow architecture toward greater performance in a counterflow heat exchanger. The architecture consists of two plenums with a core of counterflow channels between them. Each stream ...
  • Bejan, Adrian (2016-12-20)
    Humans and technology are not in symbiosis. They are one species, not two. Humans, enveloped in artefacts of many kinds and ages (from writing, to airplanes), are evolving as one species, the ‘human & machine species’. ...
  • Prates, PR; Williams, JB; Mehta, RH; Stevens, SR; Thomas, L; Smith, PK; Newby, LK; Kalil, RA; Alexander, JH; Lopes, RD (2016-04)
    INTRODUCTION: Antiplatelet therapy after coronary artery bypass graft (CABG) has been used. Little is known about the predictors and efficacy of clopidogrel in this scenario. OBJECTIVE: Identify predictors of clopidogrel ...
  • Riegel, Julie; Daly, Emily (2017-02-06)
    On Tuesday, October 25, 2016, from 3:00-4:00pm, Emily Daly and Julie Riegel conducted an A/B usability test on the Duke Research Guide page (http://library.duke.edu/research/guides). By comparing Duke’s page to Northwestern’s ...
  • Riegel, Julie; Crichlow, Thomas (2017-02-06)
    On Monday, November 28, from 10:00am to 11:00am, Thomas Crichlow and Julie Riegel conducted an A/B test to on the Duke University Library’s (DUL) Bento search tool (https://library.duke.edu/). By comparing Duke’s site to ...
  • Smith, MD; Asche, F; Roheim, C (CRC Press, 2014-07-23)
    This entry describes the growth in seafood production and trade and the main factors causing these developments. We then review the leading economic research on the international seafood trade and markets with a focus on ...
  • Fischer, C; Guttormsen, AG; Smith, MD (2016-12)
  • Huang, L; Smith, MD (2011-02-15)
    The emergence of ecosystem-based management suggests that traditional fisheries management and protection of environmental quality are increasingly interrelated. Fishery managers, however, have limited control over most ...
  • Conrad, JM; Smith, MD (2012-02-01)
    Beginning in the 1960s, ecologists, mathematicians, and economists started developing a class of models, which today are referred to as bioeconomic models. These early models started with a difference or differential ...
  • Huang, L; Nichols, LAB; Craig, JK; Smith, MD (2012-03-26)
    While environmental stressors such as hypoxia (low dissolved oxygen) are perceived as a threat to the productivity of coastal ecosystems, policy makers have little information about the economic consequences for fisheries. ...
  • Asche, F; Bennear, LS; Oglend, A; Smith, MD (2012-06-25)
    Recent supply shocks in the Gulf of Mexico-including hurricanes, the Deepwater Horizon oil spill, and the seasonal appearance of a large dead zone of low oxygen water (hypoxia)-have raised concerns about the economic ...
  • Smith, MD (2012-08-01)
    New research in fisheries economics addresses incentives across many margins. These margins include within-season effects, incentives to harvest different ages and sizes of fish, responses to ecological disturbances, spatial ...