Severinghaus

Se·ve·ring·haus

(se'vĕr-ing-hows),
John W., 20th-century U.S. physiologist and anesthesiologist. See: Severinghaus electrode.
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Because of the discrepancies between biologists in aging deer using the Severinghaus method, a study was conducted in the late 1980s using the upper (not lower) molars as a new way to determine a deer's age.
Steve Severinghaus, the Director of Editorial Communications at Dow Jones, emphasized to International Business Time that no full credit card or login information "that could pose a significant risk for consumers or require notification" was included in the exposure.
Goodpaster and Hoffmeister, 1952; Beasley and Severinghaus, 1973; Severinghaus and Beasley, 1973; Graves and Harvey, 1974; Kennedy et al.
Erik Severinghaus, chief strategy officer, SpringCM, recently sat down with Inside Counsel to discuss the growing need of using automation and AI to build efficient and effective workflows.
Similar to deer in more northern climates, deer prepare for winter by gaining weight in the summer and fall before winter begins (Moen and Severinghaus 1981, Warren et al.
Similarly, Severinghaus and Rothery (2008) reported female survival of Lanyu Scops Owls (Otus elegans botelensis) to be consistently higher (7%) than that of males.
In 1957, John Severinghaus developed the first blood gas analyzer (now located in the Smithsonian), which measured pH, PC[O.
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1971; Hart, 1972; Kilpatrick and Caire, 1973; Severinghaus and Goran, 1982; Cleveland et al.
Jeff Severinghaus, a geoscientist at the Scripps Institution of Oceanography, said that through the use of radioactive isotopes, scientists are more than 99 percent sure that much of the carbon in the air has human fingerprints on it.
Severinghaus CW: Tooth development and wear as criteria of age in white-tailed deer.
Studies in the 1980s and 1990s such as those by Severinghaus, Naifeh, and Koh (1989) and Carter and colleagues (1998) dealt with the accuracy of pulse oximetry when used on critical care patients.