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  • The Value of Marine Conservation 

    Rees, Sian Elizabeth (University of Plymouth, 2012)
    The marine environment provides essential ecosystem services that are critical to the functioning of the earth’s life support system and the maintenance of human well-being. Marine Protected Areas (MPAs) are recognised ...
  • The value of problem-based learning in learning for sustainability: undergraduate accounting student perspectives 

    Wyness, LD; Dalton, F (Elsevier, 2018-12)
    This paper discusses the findings of a small ethnographic study that explored students’ perceptions of the value of problem-based learning in introducing sustainability, in a two semester elective accounting module at a ...
  • The value of the follow-through derives from motor learning depending on future actions. 

    Howard, IS; Wolpert, DM; Franklin, DW (England, 2015-02-02)
    In ball sports, we are taught to follow through, despite the inability of events after contact or release to influence the outcome [1, 2]. Here we show that the specific motor memory active at any given moment critically ...
  • Values associated with public involvement in health and social care research: a narrative review. 

    Gradinger, F; Britten, N; Wyatt, K; Froggatt, K; Gibson, A; Jacoby, A; Lobban, F; Mayes, D; Snape, D; Rawcliffe, T; Popay, J (England, 2015-10)
    BACKGROUND: Much has been written about public involvement (PI) in health and social care research, but underpinning values are rarely made explicit despite the potential for these to have significant influence on the ...
  • Values-led education for sustainability: crossing boundaries 

    Murray, Paul (University of Plymouth, 2012)
    The drive to embed sustainability within higher education programmes has received increasing attention following the UN Declaration of 2005-2014 as the Decade for Education for Sustainable Development (ESD). This project ...
  • Variability in drift ice export from the Arctic Ocean to the North Icelandic Shelf over the last 8000 years: A multi-proxy evaluation 

    Cabedo-Sanz, P; Belt, ST; Jennings, AE; Andrews, JT; Geirsdóttir, Á (2016-08-15)
  • Variability in the analysis of a single neuroimaging dataset by many teams 

    Botvinik-Nezer, R; Holzmeister, F; Camerer, CF; Dreber, A; Huber, J; Johannesson, M; Kirchler, M; Iwanir, R; Mumford, JA; Adcock, RA; Avesani, P; Baczkowski, BM; Bajracharya, A; Bakst, L; Ball, S; Barilari, M; Bault, N; Beaton, D; Beitner, J; Benoit, RG; Berkers, RMWJ; Bhanji, JP; Biswal, BB; Bobadilla-Suarez, S; Bortolini, T; Bottenhorn, KL; Bowring, A; Braem, S; Brooks, HR; Brudner, EG; Calderon, CB; Camilleri, JA; Castrellon, JJ; Cecchetti, L; Cieslik, EC; Cole, ZJ; Collignon, O; Cox, RW; Cunningham, WA; Czoschke, S; Dadi, K; Davis, CP; Luca, AD; Delgado, MR; Demetriou, L; Dennison, JB; Di, X; Dickie, EW; Dobryakova, E; Donnat, CL; Dukart, J; Duncan, NW; Durnez, J; Eed, A; Eickhoff, SB; Erhart, A; Fontanesi, L; Fricke, GM; Fu, S; Galván, A; Gau, R; Genon, S; Glatard, T; Glerean, E; Goeman, JJ; Golowin, SAE; González-García, C; Gorgolewski, KJ; Grady, CL; Green, MA; Guassi Moreira, JF; Guest, O; Hakimi, S; Hamilton, JP; Hancock, R; Handjaras, G; Harry, BB; Hawco, C; Herholz, P; Herman, G; Heunis, S; Hoffstaedter, F; Hogeveen, J; Holmes, S; Hu, C-P; Huettel, SA; Hughes, ME; Iacovella, V; Iordan, AD; Isager, PM; Isik, AI; Jahn, A; Johnson, MR; Johnstone, T; Joseph, MJE; Juliano, AC; Kable, JW; Kassinopoulos, M; Koba, C; Kong, X-Z; Koscik, TR; Kucukboyaci, NE; Kuhl, BA; Kupek, S; Laird, AR; Lamm, C; Langner, R; Lauharatanahirun, N; Lee, H; Lee, S; Leemans, A; Leo, A; Lesage, E; Li, F; Li, MYC; Lim, PC; Lintz, EN; Liphardt, SW; Losecaat Vermeer, AB; Love, BC; Mack, ML; Malpica, N; Marins, T; Maumet, C; McDonald, K; McGuire, JT; Melero, H; Méndez Leal, AS; Meyer, B; Meyer, KN; Mihai, G; Mitsis, GD; Moll, J; Nielson, DM; Nilsonne, G; Notter, MP; Olivetti, E; Onicas, AI; Papale, P; Patil, KR; Peelle, JE; Pérez, A; Pischedda, D; Poline, J-B; Prystauka, Y; Ray, S; Reuter-Lorenz, PA; Reynolds, RC; Ricciardi, E; Rieck, JR; Rodriguez-Thompson, AM; Romyn, A; Salo, T; Samanez-Larkin, GR; Sanz-Morales, E; Schlichting, ML; Schultz, DH; Shen, Q; Sheridan, MA; Silvers, JA; Skagerlund, K; Smith, A; Smith, DV; Sokol-Hessner, P; Steinkamp, SR; Tashjian, SM; Thirion, B; Thorp, JN; Tinghög, G; Tisdall, L; Tompson, SH; Toro-Serey, C; Torre Tresols, JJ; Tozzi, L; Truong, V; Turella, L; van ‘t Veer, AE; Verguts, T; Vettel, JM; Vijayarajah, S; Vo, K; Wall, MB; Weeda, WD; Weis, S; White, DJ; Wisniewski, D; Xifra-Porxas, A; Yearling, EA; Yoon, S; Yuan, R; Yuen, KSL; Zhang, L; Zhang, X; Zosky, JE; Nichols, TE; Poldrack, RA; Schonberg, T (Springer Science and Business Media LLC, 2020-06-04)
    Data analysis workflows in many scientific domains have become increasingly complex and flexible. Here we assess the effect of this flexibility on the results of functional magnetic resonance imaging by asking 70 independent ...
  • Variability in the analysis of a single neuroimaging dataset by many teams (Preprint) 

    Botvinik-Nezer, R; Holzmeister, F; Camerer, CF; Dreber, A; Huber, J; Johannesson, M; Kirchler, M; Iwanir, R; Mumford, JA; Adcock, A; Avesani, P; Baczkowski, B; Bajracharya, A; Bakst, L; Ball, S; Barilari, M; Bault, N; Beaton, D; Beitner, J; Benoit, R; Berkers, R; Bhanji, J; Biswal, B; Bobadilla-Suarez, S; Bortolini, T; Bottenhorn, K; Bowring, A; Braem, S; Brooks, H; Brudner, E; Calderon, C; Camilleri, J; Castrellon, J; Cecchetti, L; Cieslik, E; Cole, Z; Collignon, O; Cox, R; Cunningham, W; Czoschke, S; Dadi, K; Davis, C; Luca, AD; Delgado, M; Demetriou, L; Dennison, J; Di, X; Dickie, E; Dobryakova, E; Donnat, C; Dukart, J; Duncan, NW; Durnez, J; Eed, A; Eickhoff, S; Erhart, A; Fontanesi, L; Fricke, GM; Galvan, A; Gau, R; Genon, S; Glatard, T; Glerean, E; Goeman, J; Golowin, S; González-García, C; Gorgolewski, K; Grady, C; Green, M; Moreira, JG; Guest, O; Hakimi, S; Hamilton, JP; Hancock, R; Handjaras, G; Harry, B; Hawco, C; Herholz, P; Herman, G; Heunis, S; Hoffstaedter, F; Hogeveen, J; Holmes, S; Hu, C; Huettel, S; Hughes, M; Iacovella, V; Iordan, A; Isager, P; Isik, AI; Jahn, A; Johnson, M; Johnstone, T; Joseph, M; Juliano, A; Kable, J; Kassinopoulos, M; Koba, C; Kong, X; Koscik, T; Kucukboyaci, NE; Kuhl, B; Kupek, S; Laird, A; Lamm, C; Langner, R; Lauharatanahirun, N; Lee, H; Lee, S; Leemans, A; Leo, A; Lesage, E; Li, F; Li, M; Lim, PC; Lintz, E; Liphardt, S; Vermeer, AL; Love, B; Mack, M; Malpica, N; Marins, T; Maumet, C; McDonald, K; McGuire, J; Melero, H; Leal, AM; Meyer, B; Meyer, K; Mihai, P; Mitsis, G; Moll, J; Nielson, D; Nilsonne, G; Notter, M; Olivetti, E; Onicas, A; Papale, P; Patil, K; Peelle, JE; Pérez, A; Pischedda, D; Poline, J; Prystauka, Y; Ray, S; Reuter-Lorenz, P; Reynolds, R; Ricciardi, E; Rieck, J; Rodriguez-Thompson, A; Romyn, A; Salo, T; Samanez-Larkin, G; Sanz-Morales, E; Schlichting, M; Schultz, D; Shen, Q; Sheridan, M; Shiguang, F; Silvers, J; Skagerlund, K; Smith, A; Smith, D; Sokol-Hessner, P; Steinkamp, S; Tashjian, S; Thirion, B; Thorp, J; Tinghög, G; Tisdall, L; Tompson, S; Toro-Serey, C; Torre, J; Tozzi, L; Truong, V; Turella, L; Veer, AEV; Verguts, T; Vettel, J; Vijayarajah, S; Vo, K; Wall, M; Weeda, WD; Weis, S; White, D; Wisniewski, D; Xifra-Porxas, A; Yearling, E; Yoon, S; Yuan, R; Yuen, K; Zhang, L; Zhang, X; Zosky, J; Nichols, TE; Poldrack, RA; Schonberg, T
    Summary Data analysis workflows in many scientific domains have become increasingly complex and flexible. To assess the impact of this flexibility on functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI) results, the same dataset ...
  • Variable fault geometry suggests detailed fault slip-rate profiles and geometries are needed for fault-based probabilistic seismic hazard assessment (PSHA) 

    Faure Walker, J; Visini, F; Roberts, G; Galasso, C; McCaffrey, K; Mildon, ZK (Seismological Society of America, 2019-02)
  • A variable impact neural network analysis of dividend policies and share prices of transportation and related companies 

    El-Masry, AA; Abdou, H; Pointon, J; Lister, R; Olugbode, M (2012-10-01)
    The purpose of this research is to investigate dividend policy, including its impact on share prices of transportation providers and related service companies, by comparing generalized regression neural networks with ...
  • Variable response of three Trifolium repens ecotypes to soil flooding by seawater. 

    White, AC; Colmer, TD; Cawthray, GR; Hanley, ME (England, 2014-08)
    BACKGROUND AND AIMS: Despite concerns about the impact of rising sea levels and storm surge events on coastal ecosystems, there is remarkably little information on the response of terrestrial coastal plant species to ...
  • A variant in the MICA gene is associated with liver fibrosis progression in chronic hepatitis C through TGF-β1 dependent mechanisms. 

    Sharkawy, RE; Bayoumi, A; Metwally, M; Mangia, A; Berg, T; Romero-Gomez, M; Abate, ML; Irving, WL; Sheridan, D; Dore, GJ; Spengler, U; Lampertico, P; Bugianesi, E; Weltman, M; Mollison, L; Cheng, W; Riordan, S; Santoro, R; Gallego-Durán, R; Fischer, J; Nattermann, J; D'Ambrosio, R; McLeod, D; Powell, E; Latchoumanin, O; Thabet, K; Najim, MAM; Douglas, MW; Liddle, C; Qiao, L; George, J; Eslam, M; International Liver Disease Genetics Consortium (ILDGC) (Nature Research (part of Springer Nature), 2019-02-05)
    Hepatocarcinogenesis is tightly linked to liver fibrosis. Recently, two GWAS variants, MICA rs2596542 and DEPDC5 rs1012068 were identified as being associated with the development of HCV-induced hepatocellular carcinoma ...
  • Variation in avian egg size and the consequences for offspring fitness 

    Grigg, J. (University of Plymouth, 2014)
    In oviparous species such as birds, the investment in egg size is thought to represent a strong mechanism through which maternal effects can influence components of offspring fitness. Within several avian species egg size ...
  • Variation in both male and female secondary sexual characters in the diving beetle, Agabus bipustulatus (L.) (Coleoptera: Dytiscidae) 

    Howe, W. (University of Plymouth, 2008)
    Sexual conflict and intersexual arms races occur due to the differing evolutionary interests between the sexes. Under the model of sexual conflict it is predicted that this will lead to sexual dimorphism, common in diving ...
  • Variation in patterns of metal accumulation in thallus parts of Lessonia trabeculata (Laminariales; Phaeophyceae): implications for biomonitoring. 

    Sáez, CA; Lobos, MG; Macaya, EC; Oliva, D; Quiroz, W; Brown, MT (United States, 2012)
    Seaweeds are well known to concentrate metals from seawater and have been employed as monitors of metal pollution in coastal waters and estuaries. However, research showing that various intrinsic and extrinsic factors can ...
  • VARIATION IN POD WETTABILITY AND PERMEABILITY AND ITS IMPLICATIONS FOR IMPROVING SPOILAGE CHARACTERISTICS IN THE DRIED PEA (Pisum sativum L.) CROP 

    MILES, SIMON NICHOLAS (University of Plymouth, 1993)
    This investigation was designed to determine some of the causes of spoilage in the pea crop. It was found that physiological and morphological characteristics of the pods were related to degrees of spoilage experienced ...
  • Variation in referral and access to new psychological therapy services by age: an empirical quantitative study 

    Pettit, S; Qureshi, A; Lee, W; Stirzaker, A; Gibson, A; Henley, W; Byng, R (2017-07)
  • Variation in stem mortality rates determines patterns of above-ground biomass in Amazonian forests: implications for dynamic global vegetation models. 

    Johnson, MO; Galbraith, D; Gloor, M; De Deurwaerder, H; Guimberteau, M; Rammig, A; Thonicke, K; Verbeeck, H; von Randow, C; Monteagudo, A; Phillips, OL; Brienen, RJW; Feldpausch, TR; Lopez Gonzalez, G; Fauset, S; Quesada, CA; Christoffersen, B; Ciais, P; Sampaio, G; Kruijt, B; Meir, P; Moorcroft, P; Zhang, K; Alvarez-Davila, E; Alves de Oliveira, A; Amaral, I; Andrade, A; Aragao, LEOC; Araujo-Murakami, A; Arets, EJMM; Arroyo, L; Aymard, GA; Baraloto, C; Barroso, J; Bonal, D; Boot, R; Camargo, J; Chave, J; Cogollo, A; Cornejo Valverde, F; Lola da Costa, AC; Di Fiore, A; Ferreira, L; Higuchi, N; Honorio, EN; Killeen, TJ; Laurance, SG; Laurance, WF; Licona, J; Lovejoy, T; Malhi, Y; Marimon, B; Marimon, BH; Matos, DCL; Mendoza, C; Neill, DA; Pardo, G; Peña-Claros, M; Pitman, NCA; Poorter, L; Prieto, A; Ramirez-Angulo, H; Roopsind, A; Rudas, A; Salomao, RP; Silveira, M; Stropp, J; Ter Steege, H; Terborgh, J; Thomas, R; Toledo, M; Torres-Lezama, A; van der Heijden, GMF; Vasquez, R; Guimarães Vieira, IC; Vilanova, E; Vos, VA; Baker, TR (England, 2016-12)
    Understanding the processes that determine above-ground biomass (AGB) in Amazonian forests is important for predicting the sensitivity of these ecosystems to environmental change and for designing and evaluating dynamic ...

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