Hammerschlag

Ham·mer·schlag

(hahm'ĕr-shlahg),
Albert, Austrian physician, 1863-1935. See: Hammerschlag method.
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Neil Hammerschlag. He described such experience as 'surreal'.
It's clear from our study that immediate conservation action is needed to prevent further declines of open-ocean sharks," said Neil Hammerschlag, a study co-author and research associate professor at the University of Miami Rosenstiel School of Marine and Atmospheric Science.
The analysis of similarity showed a distribution of food resources according to the genus (Eucionostomus, Diapterus, and Eugerres), behavior that can be closely related to the type of habitat, where they are developed (Pereira et al., 2004; Russo et al., 2008), the feeding habit (Bacha & Amara, 2009) or the increase in size possibly allowed them to consume larger prey to compensate their metabolic requirements (Wootton, 1990, Hammerschlag et al., 2010).
From the Magnuson-Stevens Act there is also clear and enforced regulation on shark fishing as a whole, including the use of catch quotas (NMFS, 2012) The Bahamas (35th in economic freedom) has also displayed the use of its effective institutions by implementing and enforcing a shark sanctuary (Gallagher and Hammerschlag, 2011).
[3] Rubik, B., Muesham, D., Hammerschlag, R., Jain, S.
That is how Kumar and Hammerschlag [42] proposes that diagnosis of CP should include ELISA and a molecular technique such as PCR, while Waites and Talkington [43] proposes that PCR should be the test of choice for MP.
'Countries that have invested in strong protection of national symbols have seen population rebound and conservation success,' reveals Neil Hammerschlag, research assistant professor at the Department of Marine Ecosystems and Society, University of Miami, and co-author of the study.
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Field densities (mean [+ or -] 1 SE) of gray snapper have been reported to range from 0.3 [+ or -] 0.3 to 1.6 [+ or -] 0.3 individuals/[m.sup.2] (Hammerschlag et al.
Hammerschlag, "Acute respiratory infection due to Chlamydia pneumoniae: current status of diagnostic methods," Clinical Infectious Diseases, vol.