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  • The Rockefeller University - Program for the Human Environment
    plant and animal populations on land and in the oceans Our approach is anchored in statistical analysis of time series datasets using models of growth and diffusion particularly Lotka Volterra dynamical systems We apply these methods to changes in the human environment over the last 10 000 years and to look ahead to the next 1000 Areas of research DNA Barcoding Energy Forests Loglet Lab Population Census of Marine Life

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  • Program for the Human Environment – What’s New
    News 26 November 2012 The International Cosmos Prize web page now has excellent photos and other material about the award of the 2011 prize to the Scientific Steering Committee of the Census of Marine Life See http www expo cosmos or jp album e html Posted at 11 11 am in News 25 November 2012 Mark Stoeckle and Cameron Coffran have posted the software for the indicator vector Klee method to analyze and display large sets of aligned sequences it readily displays patterns among 10K sequences in a single page figure See http phe rockefeller edu barcode klee php The Klee diagrams beautifully show the genetic structure of biodiversity for DNA barcode and other sequences Posted at 06 11 pm in News 20 November 2012 We are privileged to post Paul Waggoner s superb autobiography Appanoose to Connecticut Appanoose is the Iowa county where Paul was born The memoir includes extraordinary accounts of the drought and hard times of the 1930s Posted at 12 11 pm in News 18 November 2012 The spectacular 4 hour video series with English narration deriving from the 480 hours of film taken by Jacques Perrin Co for the Galatee Oceans project will begin to air 15 December 2012 in the UK as Kingdom of the Oceans on the National Geographic Channel See http natgeotv com uk kingdom of the oceans The show will air in the US on the Nat Geo Wild Channel on Sunday March 10th 17th 2013 from 8 10pm Eastern The show is also airing globally on the Wild Channel but each region does its own scheduling hence the UK broadcast on Dec 15 Later in 2013 Nat Geo will re air the show in the US on the National Geographic Channel during the Friday night expeditions programming time slot We would expect the English version DVD will also be available soon No footage is repeated between the original 90 minute film and the 4 hour series so prepare to be dazzled again Francois Sarrano and Stephane Durand prepared an excellent narration The series generously acknowledges the Census of Marine Life and the Alfred P Sloan Foundation The series offers great opportunities for education about the oceans and marine life for example panel discussions or question and answer sessions after viewing the segments Thanks to our colleagues at Nat Geo Posted at 07 11 pm in News 18 November 2012 On Tuesday 6 November Jesse Ausubel delivered the Enrico Fermi Colloquium on Macroscopes for Science at the University of Florence Italy hosted by laser expert Roberto Bini The hour long audio of the lecture is at the link above with the slides also showing once their turns come Posted at 03 11 pm in News 12 November 2012 The Carnegie Capital Science Evening 18 October 2012 was devoted to the Census of Marine Life Jesse Ausubel s lecture Every Fish in the Sea Findings of the 1st Census of Marine Life is posted on YouTube Posted at 07 11 am in

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  • Program for the Human Environment Areas
    Areas of research DNA Barcoding Forests and Land Use Energy Loglet Lab Population Census of Marine Life Industrial Ecology General Environment Higher Education Technology Diffusion Climate Scientific Cooperation Program for the Human Environment The Rockefeller University 1230 York Avenue Box 234 New York NY 10065 6399 phone 212 327 7917 fax 212 327 7519 e mail phe mail rockefeller edu The Rockefeller University 1230 York Avenue New York NY 10065

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  • Program for the Human Environment Publications
    Lin DJ Lohman W Meckvichai H Miranda RG Moyle P Ong KA Pan D Prawiradilaga MA Rahman A Rahmani FH Sheldon MY Stoeckle S Sulandari Barcoding Indo Malayan birds PDF external link Raffles Bull Zool 55 397 398 2007 Barcoding Indo Malayan birds DNA Barcoding birds 0101 PE Kauppi JH Ausubel J Y Fang AS Mather RA Sedjo PE Waggoner Returning forests analyzed with forest identity external link Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A 103 17574 17579 2006 10 1073 pnas 0608343103 Returning forests analyzed with forest identity Forest tree volume carbon sequestration forest identity allometry 0100 JH Ausubel PE Waggoner IK Wernick Foresters and DNA PDF Chapter 2 in Landscapes Genomics and Transgenic Forests pp 13 31 2006 CG Williams ed Published by Kluwer Dordrecht Foresters and DNA Forests innovation DNA 0099 JH Ausubel IK Wernick AM Barret PE Waggoner Industrial ecology for leverage to let loose less cadmium PDF Prog Ind Ecol 3 6 522 537 2006 Industrial ecology for leverage to let loose less cadmium Industrial ecology cd cadmium zn zinc recycling materials flow analysis ImPACT identity 1127 MY Stoeckle PE Waggoner JH Ausubel Barcoding Life Illustrated Goals rationale results PDF Consortium for the Barcode of Life CBOL 2005 Barcoding Life Illustrated Goals rationale results barcoding 0098 PDN Hebert MY Stoeckle T Zemlak CM Francis Identification of birds through DNA barcodes external link PLoS Biology 2 10 312 2004 Identification of birds through DNA barcodes DNA Barcoding biodiversity taxonomy species 0097 JH Ausubel Big green energy machines external link The Industrial Physicist 10 5 20 24 2004 Big green energy machines Energy electric power zepp zero emissions power plant carbon dioxide co2 liquid hydrogen 0096 JH Ausubel Will the rest of the world live like America PDF Technology in Society 26 2004 343 360 2004 Will the rest of the world live like America 1126 MY Stoeckle P Waggoner JH Ausubel Barcoding Life Ten Reasons PDF Consortium for the Barcode of Life CBOL 2004 Brochure Barcoding Life Ten Reasons Barcoding 0095 JH Ausubel Inaugural speech South American workshop on Maine biodiversity for the census of marine life PDF Gayana 67 2 143 144 2003 Inaugural speech South American workshop on Maine biodiversity for the census of marine life Biodiversity marine life fisheries ocean 0094 MY Stoeckle Taxonomy DNA and the bar code of life PDF BioScience 53 9 2 3 2003 Taxonomy DNA and the bar code of life DNA Barcoding biodiversity taxonomy species 0093 JH Ausubel On sparing farmland and spreading forest Forestry at the Great Divide Proceedings of the Society of American Foresters 2001 Convention Society of American Foresters Bethesda MD 127 138 2002 On sparing farmland and spreading forest land use intensive agriculture precision forestry 0092 JH Ausubel S Tobias Mastering science Graduate schools invigorate the MS in science and math PDF Change The Magazine of Higher Learning 2002 Mastering science Graduate schools invigorate the MS in science and math Higher Education 0091 PE Waggoner JH Ausubel A framework for sustainability science a renovated IPAT identity external link Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A 99 12 7860 7865 2002 A framework for sustainability science a renovated IPAT identity environmental Impact identity population affluence impact identity 0090 JH Ausubel Maglevs and the vision of St Hubert PDF In Challenges of a Changing Earth 175 182 2002 Also in Proceedings of the Global Change Open Science Conference Amsterdam Netherlands 10 13 July 2001 Maglevs and the vision of St Hubert maglev St Hubert great restorations farmlands sea forests transportation 0089 NM Victor JH Ausubel DRAMs as a model organism for study for technological evolution PDF Technological Forecasting and Social Change 69 3 243 262 2002 DRAMs as a model organism for study for technological evolution Technological substitution Learning curves 0088 JH Ausubel The census of marine life Progress and prospects Fisheries 26 7 33 36 2001 The census of marine life Progress and prospects Fisheries marine life 0087 JH Ausubel Some ways to lessen worries about climate change PDF The Electricity Journal 14 1 24 33 2001 Some ways to lessen worries about climate change Climate energy electric power zepps ser emission plants 0086 JH Ausubel C Marchetti The evolution of transport PDF external link The Industrial Physicist 7 2 20 24 2001 The evolution of transport maglev energy transportation 0085 PE Waggoner JH Ausubel How much will feeding more and wealthier people encroach on forests PDF Population and Development Review 27 2 239 257 2001 How much will feeding more and wealthier people encroach on forests Forests land use agriculture 0084 JH Ausubel PS Meyer IK Wernick Death and the human environment The United States in the 20th century PDF Technology in Society 23 2 131 146 2001 Death and the human environment The United States in the 20th century Mortality epidemiological transition morbidity 0083 CR Frink PE Waggoner JH Ausubel Nitrogen on the land overcoming the worries lifting fertilizer efficiency and preserving land for nonfarming uses Pollution Prevention Review 11 3 77 82 2001 Nitrogen on the land overcoming the worries lifting fertilizer efficiency and preserving land for nonfarming uses agriculture nitrogen fertilizer land use 0082 JJ Salomon Scientists and international relations A European perspective external link Technology in Society 23 3 291 315 2001 Scientists and international relations A European perspective Scientists war diplomacy 1125 JH Ausubel The census of marine life and the role of aquariums Bulletin de l Institut océanographique Monaco 20 1 67 2001 Bulletin de l Institut océanographique Monaco n spécial 20 fascicule 1 The census of marine life and the role of aquariums Census of Marine Life aquarium 1133 JH Ausubel Scientists War Diplomacy Europe George C Marshall Institute News 3 4 2001 Scientists War Diplomacy Europe 0081 JH Ausubel Where is energy going PDF external link The Industrial Physicist 6 1 16 19 2000 The essay had appeared in Italian in the special millennial edition of the Italian financial newspaper Il Sole 24 Ore on 17 November 1999 also in Italian as Benvenuti nel millennio nuclear pp 163 168 in Duemila Verso una societa aperta M Moussanet ed Il Sole 24 Ore Milano 2000 Where is energy going Energy natural gas nuclear climate emissions carbon dioxide co2 decarbonization 0080 DG Victor JH Ausubel Restoring the forests Foreign Affairs 79 6 127 144 2000 Restoring the forests Forests land use agriculture 0079 JH Ausubel The great reversal nature s chance to restore land and sea Technology in Society 22 289 302 2000 The great reversal nature s chance to restore land and sea Forests land use agriculture fisheries oceans 0078 JH Ausubel Resources are elastic Earth Matters 46 47 2000 a magazine published by the Earth Institute at Columbia University Winter 1999 2000 This issue contains many of the speeches that were presented at the State of The Planet conference held at Columbia in the Fall of 1999 Resources are elastic natural resources 0077 IK Wernick PE Waggoner JH Ausubel The forester s lever Industrial ecology and wood products J For 98 10 8 14 2000 The forester s lever Industrial ecology and wood products Forests land use agriculture wood products forestry 0076 JH Ausubel Toward a census of marine life PDF external link Oceanography 12 3 4 5 1999 Toward a census of marine life marine biodiversity 0075 JH Ausubel Because the brain does not change technology must Production Efficiencies The Engineers Report American Association of Engineering Societies Washington D C 14 18 1999 Republished in IEEE Aerospace and Electronic SYSTEMS 14 10 3 6 October 1999 The paper is based on a talk Jesse gave at the UN Commission on Sustainable Development meetings in New York in April 1999 Because the brain does not change technology must Human behavior 0074 JH Ausubel Dis the threat industry Technological Forecasting and Society Change 62 2 119 120 1999 Dis the threat industry threat 0073 CR Frink PE Waggoner JH Ausubel Nitrogen fertilizer Retrospect and prospect external link Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A 96 1175 1180 1999 Nitrogen fertilizer Retrospect and prospect agriculture fertilizer nitrogen industrial ecology population 0072 PS Meyer JW Yung JH Ausubel A primer on logistic growth and substitution The mathematics of the Loglet Lab software Technological Forecasting and Social Change 61 3 247 271 1999 A primer on logistic growth and substitution The mathematics of the Loglet Lab software Logistic curve model 0071 JW Yung PS Meyer JH Ausubel The Loglet Lab software A tutorial Technological Forecasting and Social Change 61 3 273 295 1999 The Loglet Lab software A tutorial Logistic curve model 0070 PS Meyer Carrying capacity A model with logistically varying limits PDF Technological Forecasting and Social Change 61 3 209 214 1999 Carrying capacity A model with logistically varying limits Carrying Capacity Growth Models Logistic Model 0069 JH Ausubel Five worthy ways to spend large amounts of money for research on environment and resources external link The Bridge 29 3 4 16 1999 Five worthy ways to spend large amounts of money for research on environment and resources Research funding zepp wood products natural gas 0068 JH Ausubel C Marchetti PS Meyer Toward green mobility The evolution of transport European Review 6 2 143 162 1998 Toward green mobility The evolution of transport maglev transportation energy logistic substitution time budgets 0067 JH Ausubel Reasons to worry about the human environment Journal of the Cosmos Club of Washington D C 8 1 12 1998 Republished in Technology in Society 21 217 231 1999 Reasons to worry about the human environment climate and biodiversity behavioral poisons libido depopulation falling work rejection of science twilight of the west 0066 JH Ausubel The environment for future business Pollution Prevention Review 8 1 39 52 1998 This article has been republished in the journal Environmental Regulation and Permitting 9 2 251 62 1999 The environment for future business business efficiency energy decarbonization agricultural yields water use material flows 0065 JH Ausubel Resources and environment in the 21st century Seeing past the phantoms World Energy Council Journal July 8 16 1998 Resources and environment in the 21st century Seeing past the phantoms natural resources land use population gdp energy 0064 JH Ausubel International conflicts over environment Scientist s roles and opportunities Scientific Cooperation State Conflict The Role of Scientists in Mitigating International Discord 866 253 258 1998 International conflicts over environment Scientist s roles and opportunities Scientists conflict international 0063 JH Ausubel Industrial ecology a coming of age story PDF external link Resources 130 14 1998 Published by Resources for the Future Washington DC Industrial ecology a coming of age story Industrial Ecology Consumption 0062 JH Ausubel C Marchetti Elektron Electrical systems in retrospect and prospect Technological Trajectories and the Human Environment 110 134 1997 Also appeared in Daedalus 125 3 139 169 Summer 1996 Elektron Electrical systems in retrospect and prospect energy electric power 0061 JH Ausubel Environmental trends PDF Issues in Science and Technology 13 2 78 81 1997 Environmental trends energy agriculture water materials population 0060 JH Ausubel and HD Langford eds Technological trajectories and the human environment external link National Academy Press Washington DC 1997 Also appeared as special issue The Liberation of the Environment Daedalus 125 3 Summer 1996 Technological trajectories and the human environment energy agriculture water materials population technology innovation diffusion land use carbon dematerialization natural resources 0059 JH Ausubel Liberation of the environment Pp 1 13 in Technological Trajectories and the Human Environment JH Ausubel and HD Langford eds 1997 An earlier version was published by The Collegium Budapest Budapest Hungary A krnyezet felszabadtasa The Liberation of the Environment in Hungarian Magyar Tudomany CII 2 164 171 1995 Also appeared in Portuguese A Liberacao do Meio Ambiente Tecbahia 12 2 29 41 1997 Liberation of the environment energy agriculture water materials population technology innovation diffusion land use carbon dematerialization natural resources 0058 JH Ausubel R Herman WF Massy SV Massy Simulating the academy towards understanding colleges and universities as dynamic systems What Higher Education is Doing Right W F Massy and J W Meyerson eds Princeton University 107 120 1997 120 Simulating the academy towards understanding colleges and universities as dynamic systems Higher Education Dynamic Systems 0057 IK Wernick JH Ausubel Industrial ecology some directions for research With the Vishnu Group The Rockefeller University and Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory 1997 Industrial ecology some directions for research Industrial ecology dematerialization material substitution economics zero emission materials life cycle recycling 0056 IK Wernick PE Waggoner JH Ausubel Searching for leverage to conserve forests The industrial ecology of wood products in the U S J Ind Ecol 1 3 125 145 1997 Searching for leverage to conserve forests The industrial ecology of wood products in the U S Forests land use agriculture wood products forestry 0055 JH Ausubel The virtual ecology of industry J Ind Ecol 1 1 10 11 1997 The virtual ecology of industry Industrial ecology 0054 IK Wernick R Herman S Govind JH Ausubel Materialization and dematerialization Measures and trends Pp 135 156 in Technological Trajectories and the Human Environment JH Ausubel and HD Langford eds 1997 Materialization and dematerialization Measures and trends dematerialization material substitution materials life cycle 0053 JH Ausubel Productivity electricity science Powering a green future PDF The Electricity Journal 9 3 54 60 1996 Productivity electricity science Powering a green future energy electric power 0052 IK Wernick Better risk information for communities PDF Risk Analysis 16 5 601 603 1996 Better risk information for communities risk public health 0051 JH Ausubel Can technology spare the earth Am Sci 84 2 166 178 1996 Republished in Current Perspectives in Geology Fourth Edition Michael McKinney Robert L Tolliver Parri Shariff eds Wadsworth Boston MA 1998 Can technology spare the earth Industrial ecology dematerialization material substitution economics zero emission materials life cycle decarbonization 0050 JH Ausubel Malthus and the graduate students The Scientist 10 3 11 1996 Malthus and the graduate students Higher Education 0049 IK Wernick Consuming materials the American way PDF Technological Forecasting and Social Change 53 111 122 1996 Consuming materials the American way dematerialization material substitution materials life cycle recycling 0048 C Marchetti PS Meyer JH Ausubel Human population dynamics revisited with the logistic model How much can be modeled and predicted Technological Forecasting and Social Change 53 1 30 1996 Human population dynamics revisited with the logistic model How much can be modeled and predicted Logistic curve model population 0047 PE Waggoner JH Ausubel IK Wernick Lightening the tread of population on the land American examples PDF Population and Development Review 22 3 531 545 1996 Lightening the tread of population on the land American examples population land use forestry agriculture 0046 JH Ausubel Technical progress and climatic change Energy Policy 23 4 5 411 416 1995 Also pp 501 512 in Integrated Assessment of Mitigation Impacts and Adaptation to Climate Change N Nakicenovic WD Nordhaus R Richels and FL Toth eds International Institute for Applied Systems Analysis Laxenburg Austria 1994 Technical progress and climatic change climate energy natural gas decarbonization hydrogen carbon dioxide co2 0045 JH Ausubel DG Victor IK Wernick The environment since 1970 Consequences The Nature and Implications of Environmental Change 1 3 2 15 1995 The environment since 1970 energy agriculture water materials population technology innovation diffusion land use carbon dematerialization natural resources environmental 0044 IK Wernick ed Community risk profiles A tool to improve environment and community health 1995 Published by the Program for the Human Environment The Rockefeller University New York NY Community risk profiles A tool to improve environment and community health risk public health community 0043 IK Wernick JH Ausubel National material metrics for industrial ecology Resour Policy 21 3 189 198 1995 National material metrics for industrial ecology dematerialization material substitution materials life cycle metrics 0042 IK Wernick JH Ausubel National materials flows and the environment PDF Annual Review of Energy and the Environment 20 463 492 1995 Republished in Measures of Environmental Performance and Ecosystem Condition P Schulze ed National Academy Washington D C 1999 pp 157 174 National materials flows and the environment dematerialization material substitution materials life cycle metrics recycling 0041 JH Ausubel Ways to cut vineyard traffic and taxes external link Vineyard Gazette 15 1995 Ways to cut vineyard traffic and taxes transportation 0040 JH Ausubel Science international a US view of its institutional needs PDF Interdisciplinary Science Reviews 20 2 104 109 1995 Republished in The Scientist 8 3 11 14 1994 Republished in Technology in Society 19 1 25 31 1997 Science international a US view of its institutional needs Scientific cooperation 0039 JH Ausubel Working less and living longer Long term trends in working time and time budgets Technological Forecasting and Social Change 50 113 131 1995 Working less and living longer Long term trends in working time and time budgets Labor longevity population 0038 PE Waggoner How much land can ten billion people spare for nature external link Task Force Report 121 Council for Agricultural Science and Technology Ames IA 1994 How much land can ten billion people spare for nature agriculture forestry land use fertilizer 0037 JH Ausubel Directions for environmental technologies PDF Technology in Society 16 2 139 154 1994 Also in Impresa Ambiente 4 8 16 1994 in Italian Directions for environmental technologies environmental technologies decarbonization carbon dioxide co2 0036 IK Wernick Dematerialization and secondary materials recovery in the U S external link Journal of the Minerals Metals and Materials Society 46 4 39 42 1994 Dematerialization and secondary materials recovery in the U S dematerialization material substitution materials life cycle recycling 0035 PS Meyer Bi logistic growth Technological Forecasting and Social Change 47 89 102 1994 Bi logistic growth Logistic curve model 0034 JH Ausubel PS Meyer Graphical representation of the world population growth PDF Human Dimensions Quarterly 1 2 17 19 1994 Graphical representation of the world population growth population logistic curve model 0033 JH Ausubel Cutting the volume of traffic on island external link Vineyard Gazette 15 1994 Cutting the volume of traffic on island transportation 0032 JH Ausubel Rails and snails and the debate over

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  • Program for the Human Environment – What’s New » Talks
    19 June 2012 Presentation style version color of the paper Quantitative Dynamics of Human Empires International Journal of Anthropology 27 1 2 1 62 2012 Posted 01 06 pm in Talks 9 February 2011 We post a short slide overview of the Census of Marine Life presented as 4 February 2011 talk to the Board of Trustees of the Marine Biological Laboratory Posted 03 02 pm in Talks 20 February 2010 Kate Stoeckle and Louisa Strauss presented DNA Barcoding reveals mislabeled fish in New York City marke t at the AAAS Annual Meeting on February 19 in San Diego CA The talk highlighted the findings of their Sushigate project under the guidance of Dr Mark Stoeckle Posted 03 02 pm in News Talks 25 November 2009 What does electric power have to do with sea worms Learn in Jesse s talk EPRI and the Lamellibrancid Worm which spans zero emission power plants and deep carbon Posted 08 11 pm in News Talks 20 May 2009 Dalhousie University bestows an honorary doctorate on Jesse really an honor for everyone who has contributed to the work of the Program for the Human Environment for the past 20 years We post Jesse s Convocation address titled Son et lumiere discussing environmental dimensions of sound and light p s On 23 May 2009 Anne McIlroy of the Toronto Globe and Mail reported on Jesse s address p F5 Oceans speak volumes Sound spreads widely in the world s oceans and the clamour of human activity reaches every cove says Jesse Ausubel director of the Human Environment program at Rockefeller University in Manhattan Motors and propellers are noisy so are jet skis and oil and gas exploration In fact we make the oceans three decibels noisier each decade he says In a convocation address this week at Dalhousie University in Halifax Dr Ausubel proposed turning down the volume for four hours in an International Quiet Ocean Experiment That would be enough time for thousands of researchers around the world to see how sea creatures respond to pre industrial noise levels he says Would whales for example change the frequencies they use to communicate If we can quiet things down would they return to their normal natural frequency rather than deepening their voices or raising their voices he said an interview Dr Ausubel has experience with ambitious large scale scientific projects He played an important role in creating the Encyclopedia of Life an online catalogue of the species on Earth and was also involved in establishing the Census for Marine Life an international program to chart life in the oceans by 2010 Scientists from around the world who are interested in his Quiet Ocean Experiment will get together for their first meeting before the end of the year Dr Ausubel acknowledges how difficult it will be to get four noise free hours Navies and the world s maritime industries would have to be on board Maybe the time to do it would be Christmas Day he

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  • Program for the Human Environment: Contact
    Perrin S Meyer Research Assistant Mark Stoeckle Senior Research Associate Iddo K Wernick Research Associate Jason Yung Research Assistant Cameron Coffran Alumni and External Affiliates Cesare Marchetti Guest Investigator Paul E Waggoner Guest Investigator Nadejda Makarova Victor Tony Barrett Peter Elias Andrew Johnson Veselin Kostov Dionel Lopez Smriti Rao Program for the Human Environment The Rockefeller University 1230 York Avenue Box 234 New York NY 10065 6399 phone 212 327

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  • Program for the Human Environment Areas
    the National Museum of Natural History Smithsonian Institution USA external link ZooKeys 152 87 91 2011 Project Description DNA Barcodes of Bird Species in the National Museum of Natural History Smithsonian Institution USA Barcode Birds 1118 A Johnsen E Rindal PGP Ericson D Zuccon KCR Kerr MY Stoeckle JT Lifjeld DNA barcoding of Scandanavian birds reveals divergent lineages in trans Atlantic species external link J Ornithol 151 3 565 578 2010 DNA barcoding of Scandanavian birds reveals divergent lineages in trans Atlantic species DNA Barcoding Birds 1119 L Sirovich MY Stoeckle Y Zhang Structural analysis of biodiversity external link PLoS ONE 5 2 e9266 2010 Structural analysis of biodiversity DNA Barcoding 1120 MJ Raupach JJ Astrin K Hannig MK Peters MY Stoeckle JW Wägele Molecular species identification of Central European ground beetles Coleoptera Carabidae using nuclear rDNA expansion segments and DNA barcodes external link Front Zool 7 26 2010 Molecular species identification of Central European ground beetles Coleoptera Carabidae using nuclear rDNA expansion segments and DNA barcodes DNA Barcoding 0111 JH Ausubel A botanical macroscope external link Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A 106 31 12569 12570 2009 A botanical macroscope DNA Barcoding taxonomy biodiversity Horizontal Genomics species 0110 Stoeckle MY Winker K A global snapshot of avian tissue collections state of the enterprise PDF Auk 126 3 684 687 2009 A global snapshot of avian tissue collections state of the enterprise DNA Barcoding taxonomy biodiversity 1117 L Sirovich MY Stoeckle Y Zhang A scalable method for analysis and display of DNA sequences external link PLoS ONE 4 10 e7051 2009 A scalable method for analysis and display of DNA sequences DNA Barcoding Klee diagram 1116 MY Stoeckle PDN Hebert Barcode of life PDF Sci Am 299 82 88 2008 Barcode of life DNA Barcoding 1121 K Stoeckle L

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  • Program for the Human Environment Areas
    Shelf 81 6 2009 Natural gas and the jack rabbit Natural gas 0105 JH Ausubel Renewable and nuclear heresies PDF Int J Nucl Governance Econ Ecol 1 3 229 243 2007 Renewable and nuclear heresies nuclear renewable decarbonization electricity environmental impact energy nuclear power 0097 JH Ausubel Big green energy machines external link The Industrial Physicist 10 5 20 24 2004 Big green energy machines Energy electric power zepp zero emissions power plant carbon dioxide co2 liquid hydrogen 0086 JH Ausubel C Marchetti The evolution of transport PDF external link The Industrial Physicist 7 2 20 24 2001 The evolution of transport maglev energy transportation 0081 JH Ausubel Where is energy going PDF external link The Industrial Physicist 6 1 16 19 2000 The essay had appeared in Italian in the special millennial edition of the Italian financial newspaper Il Sole 24 Ore on 17 November 1999 also in Italian as Benvenuti nel millennio nuclear pp 163 168 in Duemila Verso una societa aperta M Moussanet ed Il Sole 24 Ore Milano 2000 Where is energy going Energy natural gas nuclear climate emissions carbon dioxide co2 decarbonization 0068 JH Ausubel C Marchetti PS Meyer Toward green mobility The evolution of transport European Review 6 2 143 162 1998 Toward green mobility The evolution of transport maglev transportation energy logistic substitution time budgets 0062 JH Ausubel C Marchetti Elektron Electrical systems in retrospect and prospect Technological Trajectories and the Human Environment 110 134 1997 Also appeared in Daedalus 125 3 139 169 Summer 1996 Elektron Electrical systems in retrospect and prospect energy electric power 0046 JH Ausubel Technical progress and climatic change Energy Policy 23 4 5 411 416 1995 Also pp 501 512 in Integrated Assessment of Mitigation Impacts and Adaptation to Climate Change N Nakicenovic WD Nordhaus R Richels

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