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Year Number of Results
1925 1
1936 1
1938 1
1939 1
1942 1
1945 207
1946 1158
1947 1261
1948 1035
1949 845
1950 1154
1951 1558
1952 1504
1953 1484
1954 1162
1955 1236
1956 1155
1957 1173
1958 1181
1959 1091
1960 1085
1961 1021
1962 978
1963 2168
1964 4522
1965 4577
1966 5217
1967 5988
1968 6910
1969 7610
1970 7515
1971 8160
1972 8958
1973 10452
1974 11183
1975 12504
1976 12555
1977 12544
1978 15034
1979 16718
1980 14736
1981 13107
1982 14307
1983 16246
1984 16798
1985 16936
1986 17508
1987 18593
1988 20205
1989 21135
1990 22123
1991 23875
1992 24741
1993 25686
1994 26495
1995 27136
1996 25817
1997 27525
1998 29804
1999 29629
2000 29261
2001 31754
2002 33465
2003 35104
2004 37249
2005 37996
2006 38473
2007 39369
2008 39145
2009 39166
2010 42105
2011 44297
2012 45068
2013 45638
2014 46604
2015 46824
2016 46156
2017 44445
2018 40448
2019 17311
2020 449
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Natural Enemy Communities and Biological Control of Parthenolecanium spp. (Hemiptera: Coccidae) in the Southeastern United States.
Robayo Camacho E, et al. J Econ Entomol 2018. PMID 29912368
We documented the species composition, seasonal ecology, and impacts of parasitoids and predators of Parthenolecanium corni (Bouché) and P. quercifex (Fitch) (Hemiptera: Coccidae) in the urban landscapes of Georgia, North Carolina, South Carolina, and Virginia, United States. ...
We documented the species composition, seasonal ecology, and impacts of parasitoids and predators of Parthenolecanium corni (Bouché) and P. …
Biomass Burning Smoke Climatology of the United States: Implications for Particulate Matter Air Quality.
Kaulfus AS, et al. Environ Sci Technol 2017. PMID 28960063
We utilize the NOAA Hazard Mapping System smoke product for the period of 2005 to 2016 to develop climatology of smoke occurrence over the Continental United States (CONUS) region and to study the impact of wildland fires on particulate matter air quality at the surface. Our results indicate that smoke is most frequently found over the Great Plains and western states during the summer months. Other hotspots of smoke occurrence are found over state and national parks in the southeast during winter and spring, in the Gulf of Mexico southwards of the Texas and Louisiana coastline during spring season and along the Mississippi River Delta during the fall season. ...
We utilize the NOAA Hazard Mapping System smoke product for the period of 2005 to 2016 to develop climatology of smoke occurrence over the C …
Emergency Department Use in the Country's Five Most Populous States and the Total United States, 2012.
Hing E and Rui P. NCHS Data Brief 2016. PMID 27352018
Data from the National Hospital Ambulatory Medical Care Survey, 2012 •In 2012, the emergency department (ED) visit rate in the United States was 42 visits per 100 persons. •The ED visit rate among the five most populous states ranged from 37 visits per 100 persons in New York to 49 visits per 100 persons in Texas. ...
Data from the National Hospital Ambulatory Medical Care Survey, 2012 •In 2012, the emergency department (ED) visit rate in the United
Five new species of the tribe Gyrophaenina Kraatz 1830 (Coleoptera: Staphylinidae: Aleocharinae) from the southern part of the United States.
Enushchenko IV. Zootaxa 2018. PMID 30486025
Four new species of Gyrophaena Mannerheim, 1830 and one of Phanerota Casey, 1906 from southern states of the USA are described and illustrated: G. affinifera Enushchenko, sp.n. ...
Four new species of Gyrophaena Mannerheim, 1830 and one of Phanerota Casey, 1906 from southern states of the USA are described and il …
Evaluation of the APEX Model to Simulate Runoff Quality from Agricultural Fields in the Southern Region of the United States.
Ramirez-Avila JJ, et al. J Environ Qual 2017. PMID 29293856
The aim of this study is to evaluate the performance of APEX to simulate P losses from agricultural systems to determine its potential use for refinement or replacement of the P Index in the southern region of the United States. ...We conclude that the capability of APEX to predict sediment and P losses is limited, and consequently so is the potential for using APEX to make P management recommendations to improve P Indices in the southern United States....
The aim of this study is to evaluate the performance of APEX to simulate P losses from agricultural systems to determine its potential use f …
A Systems Approach To Assess Trade Dependencies in U.S. Food-Energy-Water Nexus
Vora N, et al. Environ Sci Technol 2019. PMID 31398021
We present a network model of the United States (U.S.) interstate food transfers to analyze the trade dependency with respect to participating regions and embodied irrigation impacts from a food-energy-water (FEW) nexus perspective. ...We find that strong dependencies exist not only just with states (Kansas, Oklahoma, Nebraska) providing high volume of transfer to Texas but also with states that have comparatively lower trade (New Mexico). ...
We present a network model of the United States (U.S.) interstate food transfers to analyze the trade dependency with respect …
Transferring and calibrating safety performance functions among multiple States.
Farid A, et al. Accid Anal Prev 2018. PMID 29751137
We address the fault of instinctively applying the HSM's SPFs to a particular locality without verifying whether the SPFs are transferable to the locality and compare different states' crash patterns. Remarkably, it is found that specific SPFs of Ohio, Illinois, Minnesota and California are transferable to either of the four states. ...
We address the fault of instinctively applying the HSM's SPFs to a particular locality without verifying whether the SPFs are transferable t …
Geographic distribution of pediatric dentists in private practice in the United States.
Nainar SM and Feigal RJ. Pediatr Dent 2004. PMID 15646916
PURPOSE: The objectives of this study were to: (1) determine the geographic distribution of pediatric dentists in private practice across the United States; and (2) compare state-based pediatric dental practitioner-to-children ratios. METHODS: Enumeration of pediatric dental practitioners was derived from the American Academy of Pediatric Dentistry's 2000-01 Membership Directory by including all active and fellow members who were in private practice in the United States. ...
PURPOSE: The objectives of this study were to: (1) determine the geographic distribution of pediatric dentists in private practice across th …
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