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Watershed Modeling of Surface Water-Groundwater Interaction under Projected Climate Change and Water Management in the Haihe River Basin, China  ...

British Journal of Environment and Climate Change, Volume: 3, Issue: 3 (July-September)-Special Issue 2013, Pages: 421-443

The Haihe River Basin (HRB), located in northern China with a drainage area of 318,200 km2, is one of the most developed regions in China. With rapid population growth and economic development, the combined problems of water shortage and groundwater ...

Closed-Form Equation for the Duration of Daily Insolation on Uniformly Sloping Terrain  

British Journal of Environment and Climate Change, Volume: 3, Issue: 3 (July-September)-Special Issue 2013, Pages: 402-420

Aims: Derivation of a closed-form expression for the duration of the daily insolation on surfaces of arbitrary uniform slope and aspect located anywhere on Earth, anytime of the year. Study Method: It is shown that the sunrise- and sunset-hour angle...

Dynamic Resilience to Climate Change Caused Natural Disasters in Coastal Megacities Quantification Framework  ...

British Journal of Environment and Climate Change, Volume: 3, Issue: 3 (July-September)-Special Issue 2013, Pages: 378-401

Objectives: The framework is designed to provide (i) for better understanding of factors contributing to urban resilience; and (ii) for comparison of climate change adaptation options. Methodology: Disasters occur at the intersection of hazards and ...

Integrated Water Resources Models to Support Analysis of Integrated Regional Water Management Programs in California  ...

British Journal of Environment and Climate Change, Volume: 3, Issue: 3 (July-September)-Special Issue 2013, Pages: 333-377

Aims: Provide a review of key features and several applications of the family of Integrated Water Resources (IWR) models, as the key analytical tools used in evaluation of hydrologic conditions in support of the integrated regional water management (...

Response of California Summer Hydroelectricity Generation to Spring Temperature  

British Journal of Environment and Climate Change, Volume: 3, Issue: 3 (July-September)-Special Issue 2013, Pages: 316-332

Regions depending on winter snowpack for hydroelectricity generation may be adversely affected if spring temperatures increase. An inverse relationship between spring temperature and summer hydroelectricity generation is complicated by changing stati...

Climate Change Adaptations for California’s San Francisco Bay Area Water Supplies  

British Journal of Environment and Climate Change, Volume: 3, Issue: 3 (July-September)-Special Issue 2013, Pages: 292-315

The impact of climate changes on both sea level and the temporal and spatial distribution of runoff will affect water supply reliability and operations in California. To meet future urban water demands in the San Francisco Bay Area, local water manag...

Simulating the Impact of Drought on California’s Central Valley Hydrology, Groundwater and Cropping  

British Journal of Environment and Climate Change, Volume: 3, Issue: 3 (July-September)-Special Issue 2013, Pages: 271-291

This paper describes an efficient methodology to link a comprehensive, distributed hydrologic model for California’s Central Valley to a crop production model. The resulting hydro-economic model allows for the dynamic calculation of crop acreag...

A Note to Friends and Colleagues  

British Journal of Environment and Climate Change, Volume: 3, Issue: 3 (July-September)-Special Issue 2013, Pages: 269-270

No abstract is available for this article.

What do Friends, Students, and Colleagues Say about Miguel Mariño?  

British Journal of Environment and Climate Change, Volume: 3, Issue: 3 (July-September)-Special Issue 2013, Pages: 260-268

No abstract is available for this article.

Special Issue on "In Honor of Distinguished Professor Miguel A. Mariño: Modeling Approaches to Study Climate Change Impacts on Water and Environmental Systems"   Editorial &...

British Journal of Environment and Climate Change, Volume: 3, Issue: 3 (July-September)-Special Issue 2013, Pages: 257-259

This is an Editorial. No Abstract is available.

Unusual Complication of Incarcerated Uterovaginal Prolapse: A Case Report  

British Journal of Medicine and Medical Research, Volume: 4, Issue: 1 (01-10 January) 2014, Pages: 314-321

Aims: The case report aims to bring out a rare and life threatening complication of incarcerated utero-vaginal prolapse. Case Report: We present a case of 55 yr old woman with incarcerated prolapse. Details of evolving clinical features and investig...

Neurocysticercosis and Psycho-Social Trauma  

British Journal of Medicine and Medical Research, Volume: 4, Issue: 1 (01-10 January) 2014, Pages: 304-313

Aims: This paper describes a patient with neurocysticercosis who presented with psychotic features that related to his experiences of civil unrest in Rwanda. Study Design: A review of the literature on neurocysticercosis is described and the history...

Residual Symptoms of Occult Pediatric Ankle Injuries: MRI-Diagnosed Bone Bruising  

British Journal of Medicine and Medical Research, Volume: 4, Issue: 1 (01-10 January) 2014, Pages: 295-303

Aims: To define the nature of non-radiographically evident injuries of the ankle and hindfoot in children who exhibited persistent pain, swelling and refusal to bear weight after 6 weeks of immobilisation. Methods: Ten children (7 boys, 3 girls; ag...

The Role of Family Health Workers in Providing Family Health Services in Sri Lanka  ...

British Journal of Medicine and Medical Research, Volume: 4, Issue: 1 (01-10 January) 2014, Pages: 288-294

Aims: The maternal mortality rate and Infant mortality rate are relatively low compared to neighbor countries. Child birth in hospitals, skilled care during pregnancy delivery and postpartum period, absolutely free health care facilities, freely avai...

Corneal Thinning and Opacity following Selective Laser Trabeculoplasty: A Case Report  

British Journal of Medicine and Medical Research, Volume: 4, Issue: 1 (01-10 January) 2014, Pages: 279-287

Aims: Selective laser trabeculoplasty (SLT) (Lumenis, Santa Clara, CA) was developed in 1999 as a means to lower IOP in patients with glaucoma. It is a relatively safe procedure. We report a rare side effect of corneal opacity and stromal haze with ...

A New Approach to the Surgical Treatment of Olecranon Bursitis  

British Journal of Medicine and Medical Research, Volume: 4, Issue: 1 (01-10 January) 2014, Pages: 272-278

Aims: To describe a new approach to the surgical treatment of the nonseptic olecranon bursitis. Methods: The study included 14 patients (13 men, 1 woman; age range 51-77 years) treated in a 10-year period. Patients with a systemic inflammatory dise...

Glycogen Synthase Kinase-3β Expression and Phosphorylation in Peripheral Blood Mononuclear Cells of Patients with Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis  ...

British Journal of Medicine and Medical Research, Volume: 4, Issue: 1 (01-10 January) 2014, Pages: 263-271

Aims: To quantify total glycogen synthase kinase (GSK)-3β and GSK-3β phosphorylated at serine 9 in the peripheral blood mononuclear cells from Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis (ALS) patients and to assess if GSK-3β could be a biomarker fo...

Potential Relationship between Self-Assessed Eating Speed and Recalled Duration of Eating Meals in Apparently Healthy Adults  

British Journal of Medicine and Medical Research, Volume: 4, Issue: 1 (01-10 January) 2014, Pages: 257-262

Background: Self-assessed eating speed was frequently used to assess an individual’s eating speed in previous clinical studies. However, the relationship between self-assessed eating speed and the duration of eating meals is unknown. Place and...

Low Contamination Rates in Bag Urine Samples Can Be Achieved  

British Journal of Medicine and Medical Research, Volume: 4, Issue: 1 (01-10 January) 2014, Pages: 252-256

Aims: Although international guidelines consider bag urine sample (BUS) as an unreliable way to collect urine in non-cooperative children suspected to have urinary tract infection (UTI), BUS is a commonly used method both in hospital and at home. Con...

Family Physicians’ Sharing of Personal Information on Facebook  

British Journal of Medicine and Medical Research, Volume: 4, Issue: 1 (01-10 January) 2014, Pages: 244-251

Aims: Online social networks, such as Facebook, are growing in popularity amongst physicians, and represent a potential avenue for the compromising of their privacy and professional boundaries. We sought to determine the extent to which family docto...

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