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Emergence of raccoon rabies in Connecticut, 1991-1994: Spatial and temporal characteristics of animal infection and human contact
How much does real GDP respond to unanticipated changes in the real price of oil? Commonly used censored VAR models suggest a substantial decline in real GDP in response to unexpected increases in the real price of oil, yet no response to unexpected declines. We show that these estimates are invalid. Based on a structural model that encompasses both symmetric and asymmetric models as special cases, correctly computed impulse responses are of roughly the same magnitude in either direction, consistent with formal tests for symmetric responses. We discuss implications for theoretical models and for policy responses to energy price shocks.
Factors affecting transmission of larval winter ticks, Dermacentor albipictus (Packard), to moose, Alces alces L., in Alberta, Canada.
Pathogenesis of turkey rhinotracheitis virus in turkey poults inoculated with the virus alone or together with two strains of bacteria
Investigations of environmental conditions during cluster indicate probable vectors of unknown exogenous agent(s) of multiple sclerosis
Transmission of tuberculosis in New York City. An analysis by DNA fingerprinting and conventional epidemiologic methods
Psittacine Pox Virus: Virus Isolation and Identification, Transmission, and Cross-Challenge Studies in Parrots and Chickens.
The Transmission Lines layer is a comprehensive layer consisting of market significant transmission lines in North America. Depicted lines are generally greater than 115 kV and tie major power plants to the electrical grid.
Interspecies transmission of an H7N3 influenza virus from wild birds to intensively reared domestic poultry in Italy
Investigation of the dynamics of the spread of human immunodeficiency virus to brain and other tissues by evolutionary analysis of sequences from the p17 super(gag) and env genes
Mathematical models of disease transmission: A precious tool for the study of sexually transmitted diseases
Rodents are not a source of endogenously-produced, fecally-transmitted Caryospora bigenetica oocysts.
One of the characteristics of wind energy, from the grid point of view, is its non-dispatchability, i.e. generation cannot be ordered, hence integration in electrical networks may be difficult. Short-term wind power prediction-tools could make this integration easier, either by their use by the grid System Operator, or by promoting the participation of wind farms in the electricity markets and using prediction tools to make their bids in the market. In this paper, the importance of a short-term wind power-prediction tool for the participation of wind energy systems in electricity markets is studied. Simulations, according to the current Spanish market rules, have been performed to the production of different wind...