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    1. Anderson, MJ
      A new method for non-parametric multivariate analysis of variance

      AUSTRAL ECOLOGY
    2. de Kok, JL; Engelen, G; White, R; Wind, HG
      Modeling land-use change in a decision-support system for coastal-zone management

      ENVIRONMENTAL MODELING & ASSESSMENT
    3. Boggs, G; Devonport, C; Evans, K; Puig, P
      GIS-based rapid assessment of erosion risk in a small catchment in the wet/dry tropics of Australia

      LAND DEGRADATION & DEVELOPMENT
    4. Fleishman, E; Blair, RB; Murphy, DD
      Empirical validation of a method for umbrella species selection

      ECOLOGICAL APPLICATIONS
    5. Menon, S; Pontius, RG; Rose, J; Khan, ML; Bawa, KS
      Identifying conservation-priority areas in the tropics: a land-use change modeling approach

      CONSERVATION BIOLOGY
    6. Franklin, NM; Stauber, JL; Lim, RP
      Development of flow cytometry-based algal bioassays for assessing toxicityof copper in natural waters

      ENVIRONMENTAL TOXICOLOGY AND CHEMISTRY
    7. Bjorkland, R; Pringle, CM; Newton, B
      A stream visual assessment protocol (SVAP) for riparian landowners

      ENVIRONMENTAL MONITORING AND ASSESSMENT
    8. Walberg, M; Steen, HB
      Flow cytometric monitoring of bacterial susceptibility to antibiotics

      METHODS IN CELL BIOLOGY, VOL 64
    9. Fore, LS; Paulsen, K; O'Laughlin, K
      Assessing the performance of volunteers in monitoring streams

      FRESHWATER BIOLOGY
    10. Chippaux, JP; Campagne, G; Garba, A; Vera, C
      Rapid assessment indicators when monitoring schistosomiasis control.

      BULLETIN DE LA SOCIETE DE PATHOLOGIE EXOTIQUE
    11. Lester, C; Griffiths, S; Smith, K; Lowe, G
      Priority setting with Health Inequality Impact Assessment

      PUBLIC HEALTH
    12. Wells, PG; Depledge, MH; Butler, JN; Manock, JJ; Knap, AH
      Rapid toxicity assessment and biomonitoring of marine contaminants - Exploiting the potential of rapid biomarker assays and microscale toxicity tests

      MARINE POLLUTION BULLETIN
    13. Metzeling, L; Miller, J
      Evaluation of the sample size used for the rapid bioassessment of rivers using macroinvertebrates

      HYDROBIOLOGIA
    14. Barros, F
      Ghost crabs as a tool for rapid assessment of human impacts on exposed sandy beaches

      BIOLOGICAL CONSERVATION
    15. Turner, K; Porter, J; Pickup, R; Edwards, C
      Changes in viability and macromolecular content of long-term batch cultures of Salmonella typhimurium measured by flow cytometry

      JOURNAL OF APPLIED MICROBIOLOGY
    16. Mafe, MA; von Stamm, T; Utzinger, J; N'goran, EK
      Control of urinary schistosomiasis: an investigation into the effective use of questionnaires to identify high-risk communities and individuals in Niger State, Nigeria

      TROPICAL MEDICINE & INTERNATIONAL HEALTH
    17. Winson, MK; Davey, HM
      Flow cytometric analysis of microorganisms

      METHODS-A COMPANION TO METHODS IN ENZYMOLOGY
    18. Kouris-Blazos, A; Wahlqvist, M
      Indigenous Australian food culture on cattle stations prior to the 1960s and food intake of older Aborigines in a community studied in 1988

      ASIA PACIFIC JOURNAL OF CLINICAL NUTRITION
    19. Vincent, N; Allsop, S; Shoobridge, J
      The use of Rapid Assessment Methodology (RAM) for investigating illicit drug use: a South Australian experience

      DRUG AND ALCOHOL REVIEW
    20. Mackenzie, CD
      Human onchocerciasis: the essential partnership between research and disease control efforts

      CURRENT OPINION IN INFECTIOUS DISEASES
    21. Oliver, I; Mac Nally, R; York, A
      Identifying performance indicators of the effects of forest management on ground-active arthropod biodiversity using hierarchical partitioning and partial canonical correspondence analysis

      FOREST ECOLOGY AND MANAGEMENT
    22. Werner, SM; Raffa, KF
      Effects of forest management practices on the diversity of ground-occurring beetles in mixed northern hardwood forests of the Great Lakes Region

      FOREST ECOLOGY AND MANAGEMENT
    23. Khaw, AJ; Salama, P; Burkholder, B; Dondero, TJ
      HIV risk and prevention in emergency-affected populations: A review

      DISASTERS
    24. Gaston, KJ
      Biodiversity: higher taxon richness

      PROGRESS IN PHYSICAL GEOGRAPHY
    25. Barbesti, S; Citterio, S; Labra, M; Baroni, MD; Neri, MG; Sgorbati, S
      Two and three-color fluorescence flow cytometric analysis of immunoidentified viable bacteria

      CYTOMETRY
    26. Forsman, M; Henningson, EW; Larsson, E; Johansson, T; Sandstrom, G
      Francisella tularensis does not manifest virulence in viable but non-culturable state

      FEMS MICROBIOLOGY ECOLOGY
    27. Breeuwer, P; Abee, T
      Assessment of viability of microorganisms employing fluorescence techniques

      INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF FOOD MICROBIOLOGY
    28. Steen, HB
      Flow cytometry of bacteria: glimpses from the past with a view to the future

      JOURNAL OF MICROBIOLOGICAL METHODS
    29. Muller, S; Ullrich, S; Losche, A; Loffhagen, N; Babel, W
      Flow cytometric techniques to characterise physiological states of Acinetobacter calcoaceticus

      JOURNAL OF MICROBIOLOGICAL METHODS
    30. Guillette, EA
      Examining childhood development in contaminated urban settings

      ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH PERSPECTIVES
    31. Doberstein, CP; Karr, JR; Conquest, LL
      The effect of fixed-count subsampling on macroinvertebrate biomonitoring in small streams

      FRESHWATER BIOLOGY
    32. Bastida-Zavala, JR; Beltran-Torres, AU; Gutierrez-Aguirre, MA; de la Fuente-Betancourt, G
      Rapid assessment of reef patches in Majagual, Quintana Roo, Mexico

      REVISTA DE BIOLOGIA TROPICAL
    33. Vivas-Martinez, S; Basanez, MG; Botto, C; Villegas, L; Garcia, M; Curtis, CF
      Parasitological indicators of onchocerciasis relevant to ivermectin control programmes in the Amazonian focus of southern Venezuela

      PARASITOLOGY
    34. Holmes, KE; Edinger, EN; Hariyadi; Limmon, GV; Risk, MJ
      Bioerosion of live massive corals and branching coral rubble on Indonesiancoral reefs

      MARINE POLLUTION BULLETIN
    35. Veal, DA; Deere, D; Ferrari, B; Piper, J; Attfield, PV
      Fluorescence staining and flow cytometry for monitoring microbial cells

      JOURNAL OF IMMUNOLOGICAL METHODS
    36. Bunn, SE; Davies, PM
      Biological processes in running waters and their implications for the assessment of ecological integrity

      HYDROBIOLOGIA
    37. Smit, J; Sherwood, CS; Turner, RFB
      Characterization of high density monolayers of the biofilm bacterium Caulobacter crescentus: Evaluating prospects for developing immobilized cell bioreactors

      CANADIAN JOURNAL OF MICROBIOLOGY
    38. Oliver, I; Pik, S; Britton, D; Dangerfield, JM; Colwell, RK; Beattie, AJ
      Virtual biodiversity assessment systems

      BIOSCIENCE
    39. Balmford, A; Lyon, AJE; Lang, RM
      Testing the higher-taxon approach to conservation planning in a megadiverse group: the macrofungi

      BIOLOGICAL CONSERVATION
    40. Utzinger, J; N'Goran, EK; Tanner, M; Lengeler, C
      Simple anamnestic questions and recalled water-contact patterns for self-diagnosis of Schistosoma mansoni infection among schoolchildren in western Cote d'Ivoire

      AMERICAN JOURNAL OF TROPICAL MEDICINE AND HYGIENE
    41. Whitworth, JAG; Gemade, E
      Independent evaluation of onchocerciasis rapid assessment methods in BenueState, Nigeria

      TROPICAL MEDICINE & INTERNATIONAL HEALTH
    42. Partridge, RA; Shapiro, MJ; Micalone, M; Jenouri, I; Woolard, RH; Gifford, DR
      Rapid computerized cognitive assessment: Performance of highly functional elder patients with minor traumatic injury in the emergency department

      ACADEMIC EMERGENCY MEDICINE
    43. Hellier, A; Newton, AC; Gaona, SO
      Use of indigenous knowledge for rapidly assessing trends in biodiversity: a case study from Chiapas, Mexico

      BIODIVERSITY AND CONSERVATION
    44. Stimson, GV; Fitch, C; Rhodes, T; Ball, A
      Rapid assessment and response: methods for developing public health responses to drug problems

      DRUG AND ALCOHOL REVIEW
    45. Beattie, AJ; Oliver, I
      Biodiversity buzzwords: Another reply to Goldstein

      CONSERVATION BIOLOGY
    46. Yasin, MM; Czuchry, AJ; Jennings, DL; York, C
      Managing the quality effort in a health care setting: An application

      HEALTH CARE MANAGEMENT REVIEW
    47. Richardson, BJ; Azarbayjani, FF; Burgin, S; Richardson, S
      Arboreal arthropod biodiversity in woodlands: Effect of collection procedures and geographic distance on estimates of diversity found on two species of Melaleuca

      AUSTRALIAN JOURNAL OF ECOLOGY
    48. Pik, AJ; Oliver, I; Beattie, AJ
      Taxonomic sufficiency in ecological studies of terrestrial invertebrates

      AUSTRALIAN JOURNAL OF ECOLOGY
    49. Miguel, CA; Tallo, VL; Manderson, L; Lansang, MA
      Local knowledge and treatment of malaria in Agusan del Sur, The Philippines

      SOCIAL SCIENCE & MEDICINE
    50. Suller, MTE; Lloyd, D
      Fluorescence monitoring of antibiotic-induced bacterial damage using flow cytometry

      CYTOMETRY
    51. de Bruyn, LAL
      Ants as bioindicators of soil function in rural environments

      AGRICULTURE ECOSYSTEMS & ENVIRONMENT
    52. Bachani, D; Gupta, SK; Murthy, GVS; Jose, R
      Visual outcomes after cataract surgery and cataract surgical coverage in India

      INTERNATIONAL OPHTHALMOLOGY
    53. Servais, P; Courties, C; Lebaron, P; Troussellier, M
      Coupling bacterial activity measurements with cell sorting by flow cytometry

      MICROBIAL ECOLOGY
    54. Vreeland, JK; Tietje, WD
      Counts of woodrat houses to index relative population abundance

      WILDLIFE SOCIETY BULLETIN
    55. Chessman, BC
      Predicting the macroinvertebrate faunas of rivers by multiple regression of biological and environmental differences

      FRESHWATER BIOLOGY
    56. Kay, WR; Smith, MJ; Pinder, AM; Mcrae, JM; Davis, JA; Halse, SA
      Patterns of distribution of macroinvertebrate families in rivers of north-western Australia

      FRESHWATER BIOLOGY
    57. Brooker, S; Booth, M; Guyatt, H
      Comparisons of schistosome and geohelminth infection prevalences in school-aged children from selected areas of Africa: implications for rapid assessment and combined control

      TRANSACTIONS OF THE ROYAL SOCIETY OF TROPICAL MEDICINE AND HYGIENE
    58. Holmstrom, K; Tolker-Nielsen, T; Molin, S
      Physiological states of individual Salmonella typhimurium cells monitored by in situ reverse transcription-PCR

      JOURNAL OF BACTERIOLOGY
    59. MCGEOCH MA
      THE SELECTION, TESTING AND APPLICATION OF TERRESTRIAL INSECTS AS BIOINDICATORS

      Biological reviews
    60. NEBEVONCARON G; STEPHENS P; BADLEY RA
      ASSESSMENT OF BACTERIAL VIABILITY STATUS BY FLOW-CYTOMETRY AND SINGLE-CELL SORTING

      Journal of applied microbiology
    61. CLARKE RG; PINDER AC
      IMPROVED DETECTION OF BACTERIA BY FLOW-CYTOMETRY USING A COMBINATION OF ANTIBODY AND VIABILITY MARKERS

      Journal of applied microbiology
    62. UTZINGER J; NGORAN EK; AYA CME; ADJOUA CA; LOHOURIGNON KL; TANNER M; LENGELER C
      SCHISTOSOMA-MANSONI, INTESTINAL PARASITES AND PERCEIVED MORBIDITY INDICATORS IN SCHOOLCHILDREN IN A RURAL ENDEMIC AREA OF WESTERN COTE-DIVOIRE

      TM & IH. Tropical medicine & international health
    63. GYAPONG JO; WEBBER RH; BENNETT S
      THE POTENTIAL ROLE OF PERIPHERAL HEALTH-WORKERS AND COMMUNITY KEY INFORMANTS IN THE RAPID ASSESSMENT OF COMMUNITY BURDEN OF DISEASE - THE EXAMPLE OF LYMPHATIC FILARIASIS

      TM & IH. Tropical medicine & international health
    64. Lambert, H
      Methods and meanings in anthropological, epidemiological and clinical encounters: the case of sexually transmitted disease and human immunodeficiencyvirus control and prevention in India

      TROPICAL MEDICINE & INTERNATIONAL HEALTH
    65. Manderson, L
      Applying medical anthropology in the control of infectious disease

      TROPICAL MEDICINE & INTERNATIONAL HEALTH
    66. Devy, MS; Ganesh, T; Davidar, P
      Patterns of butterfly distribution in the Andaman islands: implications for conservation

      ACTA OECOLOGICA-INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF ECOLOGY
    67. DEVANTIER LM; DEATH G; DONE TJ; TURAK E
      ECOLOGICAL ASSESSMENT OF A COMPLEX NATURAL SYSTEM - A CASE-STUDY FROMTHE GREAT-BARRIER-REEF

      Ecological applications
    68. Michell, AJ; Schimleck, LR
      Developing a method for the rapid assessment of pulp yield of plantation eucalypt trees beyond the year 2000

      APPITA JOURNAL
    69. OLIVER I; BEATTIE AJ; YORK A
      SPATIAL FIDELITY OF PLANT, VERTEBRATE, AND INVERTEBRATE ASSEMBLAGES IN MULTIPLE-USE FOREST IN EASTERN AUSTRALIA

      Conservation biology
    70. DEERE D; SHEN J; VESEY G; BELL P; BISSINGER P; VEAL D
      FLOW-CYTOMETRY AND CELL SORTING FOR YEAST VIABILITY ASSESSMENT AND CELL SELECTION

      Yeast
    71. POULSEN BO; KRABBE N
      AVIFAUNAL DIVERSITY OF 5 HIGH-ALTITUDE CLOUD FORESTS ON THE ANDEAN WESTERN SLOPE OF ECUADOR - TESTING A RAPID ASSESSMENT METHOD

      Journal of biogeography
    72. SPENCER C; ROBERTSON AI; CURTIS A
      DEVELOPMENT AND TESTING OF A RAPID APPRAISAL WETLAND CONDITION INDEX IN SOUTH-EASTERN AUSTRALIA

      Journal of environmental management
    73. HADDAD S; FOURNIER P; MACHOUF N; YATARA F
      WHAT DOES QUALITY MEAN TO LAY PEOPLE - COMMUNITY PERCEPTIONS OF PRIMARY HEALTH-CARE SERVICES IN GUINEA

      Social science & medicine (1982)
    74. Adams, SM; Shorey, CD
      Energy dispersive spectroscopy of granular concretions in the mantle of the freshwater mussel Hyridella depressa from Lake Burragorang as a techniqueto monitor metals in aquatic systems

      AQUATIC TOXICOLOGY
    75. LEBARON P; CATALA P; PARTHUISOT N
      EFFECTIVENESS OF SYTOX GREEN STAIN FOR BACTERIAL VIABILITY ASSESSMENT

      Applied and environmental microbiology
    76. CHESSMAN BC; MCEVOY PK
      TOWARDS DIAGNOSTIC BIOTIC INDEXES FOR RIVER MACROINVERTEBRATES

      Hydrobiologia
    77. STERLING EJ; RAKOTOARISON N
      RAPID ASSESSMENT OF RICHNESS AND DENSITY OF PRIMATE SPECIES ON THE MASOALA PENINSULA, EASTERN MADAGASCAR

      Folia primatologica
    78. Pablos, MV; Boleas, S; Tarazona, JV
      Use of MFU-galactoside enzymatic activity as ecotoxicological endpoint on rainbow trout red blood cells

      BULLETIN OF ENVIRONMENTAL CONTAMINATION AND TOXICOLOGY
    79. WALSH CJ
      A MULTIVARIATE METHOD FOR DETERMINING OPTIMAL SUBSAMPLE SIZE IN THE ANALYSIS OF MACROINVERTEBRATE SAMPLES

      Marine and freshwater research
    80. CHESSMAN BC; GROWNS JE; KOTLASH AR
      OBJECTIVE DERIVATION OF MACROINVERTEBRATE FAMILY SENSITIVITY GRADE NUMBERS FOR THE SIGNAL BIOTIC INDEX - APPLICATION TO THE HUNTER RIVER SYSTEM, NEW-SOUTH-WALES

      Marine and freshwater research
    81. CANNON PF
      STRATEGIES FOR RAPID ASSESSMENT OF FUNGAL DIVERSITY

      Biodiversity and conservation
    82. GROWNS JE; CHESSMAN BC; JACKSON JE; ROSS DG
      RAPID ASSESSMENT OF AUSTRALIAN RIVERS USING MACROINVERTEBRATES - COSTAND EFFICIENCY OF 6 METHODS OF SAMPLE PROCESSING

      Journal of the North American Benthological Society
    83. LIMBURG H; KUMAR R; INDRAYAN A
      RAPID ASSESSMENT OF PREVALENCE OF CATARACT BLINDNESS AT DISTRICT LEVEL

      International journal of epidemiology
    84. MONTE CMG; ASHWORTH A; NATIONS MK; LIMA AA; BARRETO A; HUTTLY SRA
      DESIGNING EDUCATIONAL MESSAGES TO IMPROVE WEANING FOOD HYGIENE PRACTICES OF FAMILIES LIVING IN POVERTY

      Social science & medicine
    85. GILLISON AN; CARPENTER G
      A GENERIC PLANT FUNCTIONAL ATTRIBUTE SET AND GRAMMAR FOR DYNAMIC VEGETATION DESCRIPTION AND ANALYSIS

      Functional ecology
    86. MAGARINOS B; ROMALDE JL; CID A; TORANZO AE
      VIABILITY OF STARVED PASTEURELLA-PISCICIDA IN SEAWATER MONITORED BY FLOW-CYTOMETRY AND THE EFFECT OF ANTIBIOTICS ON ITS RESUSCITATION

      Letters in applied microbiology
    87. DAVEY HM; KELL DB
      FLUORESCENT BRIGHTENERS - NOVEL STAINS FOR THE FLOW CYTOMETRIC ANALYSIS OF MICROORGANISMS

      Cytometry
    88. PORTER J; DEERE D; HARDMAN M; EDWARDS C; PICKUP R
      GO WITH THE FLOW - USE OF FLOW-CYTOMETRY IN ENVIRONMENTAL MICROBIOLOGY

      FEMS microbiology, ecology
    89. JACOBSEN CN; RASMUSSEN J; JAKOBSEN M
      VIABILITY STAINING AND FLOW CYTOMETRIC DETECTION OF LISTERIA-MONOCYTOGENES

      Journal of microbiological methods
    90. THORNE RS; WILLIAMS WP
      THE RESPONSE OF BENTHIC MACROINVERTEBRATES TO POLLUTION IN DEVELOPING-COUNTRIES - A MULTIMETRIC SYSTEM OF BIOASSESSMENT

      Freshwater Biology
    91. KORUNIC Z
      RAPID ASSESSMENT OF THE INSECTICIDAL VALUE OF DIATOMACEOUS EARTH WITHOUT CONDUCTING BIOASSAYS

      Journal of Stored Products Research
    92. ERVIN AM
      TRYING THE IMPOSSIBLE - RELATIVELY RAPID METHODS IN A CITY-WIDE NEEDSASSESSMENT

      Human organization
    93. HARRIS KJ; JEROME NW; FAWCETT SB
      RAPID ASSESSMENT PROCEDURES - A REVIEW AND CRITIQUE - COMMENTARY

      Human organization
    94. JONES JG
      THE MICROBIOLOGICAL QUALITY OF WATER - THE NATURE OF THE PROBLEM

      AQUA
    95. ALMEDOM AM
      RECENT DEVELOPMENTS IN HYGIENE BEHAVIOR RESEARCH - AN EMPHASIS ON METHODS AND MEANING

      TM & IH. Tropical medicine & international health
    96. VANDENBRAND D
      RISK ANALYSIS, A TOOL FOR DECISION-MAKING

      International journal of environment and pollution
    97. SUPETRAN AD; FRANCISCO MG
      INTEGRATED RISK ASSESSMENT IN PASIG, LAGUNA DE BAY AREA, PHILIPPINES - A CASE-STUDY

      International journal of environment and pollution
    98. MULLER S; LOFFHAGEN N; BLEY T; BABEL W
      MEMBRANE-POTENTIAL-RELATED FLUORESCENCE INTENSITY INDICATES BACTERIALINJURY

      Microbiological research
    99. DOSSO AA; BONVIN ER; MOREL Y; ASSAL JP; LEUENBERGER PM
      RISK-FACTORS ASSOCIATED WITH CONTRAST SENSITIVITY LOSS IN DIABETIC-PATIENTS

      Graefe's archive for clinical and experimental ophthalmology
    100. TAHA AZ; BELLA H
      USE OF THE RAPID ASSESSMENT METHOD IN MATERNITY CARE - A PRACTICAL EXAMPLE

      Saudi medical journal


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