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Departures of 1996 temperatures and salinities in the Middle Atlantic Bight and Gulf of Maine from historical means
Climate variability and size-structured interactions among juvenile fish along a lake-stream gradient
Survey of toxicity in ambient waters of the Hudson/Raritan Estuary, USA: Importance of small-scale variations
Variation in the population dynamics of the intertidal pulmonate gastropod Salinator solida Martens (Gastropoda: Amphibolidae) at Towra Point, NSW, Australia
Regional variations in spatial structure of nightlights, population density and fossil-fuel CO2 emissions
Regional economic impact assessment (REIA) and social impact assessment (SIA) are methodologically close, since REIA provides predictions of change in employment both directly and indirectly resulting from a project, thereby giving some indication of future population changes, derived demand for social services and infrastructure, and the likely regional social mix. There are, however, a number of theoretical difficulties with conventional REIAs. As extrapolations they normally avoid discussion of processes of structural change, which could result in substantial changes within the time horizon of a project. Another issue is the justification for including secondary project impacts in assessing a project's worth....