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Faculty Publications (BioMed Central & Faculty of Science)

 

Articles from BioMed Central by University of Victoria, Faculty of Science authors. Also other journal articles by UVic Faculty of Science authors.

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  • Kay, Jennifer E.; DeRepentigny, Patricia; Holland, Marika M.; Bailey, David A.; DuVivier, Alice K.; Blanchard-Wrigglesworth, Ed; Deser, Clara; Jahn, Alexandra; Singh, Hansi; Smith, Madison M.; Webster, Melinda A.; Edwards, Jim; Lee, Sun-Seon; Rodgers, Keith B.; Rosenbloom, Nan (Journal of Advances in Modeling Earth Systems, 2022-03-22)
    This study isolates the influence of sea ice mean state on pre-industrial climate and transient 1850–2100 climate change within a fully coupled global model: The Community Earth System Model version 2 (CESM2). The CESM2 ...
  • Reimchen, Thomas E.; Marques, David A.; Jones, Felicity C.; Di Palma, Federica; Kingsley, David M. (Evolution: International Journal of Organic Evolution, 2022-04-10)
    In adaptive radiations, single lineages rapidly diversify by adapting to many new niches. Little is known yet about the genomic mechanisms involved, that is, the source of genetic variation or genomic architecture facilitating ...
  • Serpa, Jason J.; Popov, Konstantin I.; Petrotchenk, Evgeniy V.; Dokholyan, Nikolay V.; Borchers, Christoph H. (Journal of Proteomics, 2021-11)
    The conversion of the native monomeric cellular prion protein (PrPC) into an aggregated pathological β-oligomeric form (PrPβ) and an infectious form (PrPSc) is the central element in the development of prion diseases. The ...
  • Araujo, H. Andres; Duguid, William D.P.; Withler, Ruth; Supernault, Janine; Schulze, Angela D.; Mckenzie, Jessica L.; Pellett, Kevin; Beacham, Terry D.; Jonsen, Kim; Gummer, Anna (Ecology and Evolution, 2021-11)
    Between 2013 and 2019, 63 presumed Chinook salmon Oncorhynchus tshawytscha sampled primarily in the Strait of Georgia (0.63% of total sample) were identified as potential Chinook–Coho (Oncorhynchus kisutch) hybrids by the ...
  • Warmerdam, Zoey; Kamba, Bianca E.; Le, My-Hue; Schrader, Thomas; Isaacs, Lyle; Bayer, Peter; Hof, Fraser (ChemBioChem, 2021-11)
    Methylated free amino acids are an important class of targets for host-guest chemistry that have recognition properties distinct from those of methylated peptides and proteins. We present comparative binding studies for ...
  • Digby, Ruth A.R.; Gillett, Nathan P.; Monahan, Adam H.; Cole, Jason N.S. (Geophysical Research Letters, 2021-10)
    Global aviation dropped precipitously during the Covid-19 pandemic, providing an unprecedented opportunity to study aviation-induced cirrus (AIC). AIC is believed to be responsible for over half of aviation-related radiative ...
  • Jamalreyhani, Mohammadreza; Pousse-Beltran, Léa; Büyükakpınar, Pınar; Cesca, Simone; Nissen, Edwin; Ghods, Abdolreza; López-Comino, José Ángel; Rezapour, Mehdi; Najafi, Mahdi (Journal of Geophysical Research: solid Earth, 2021-12)
    We investigate the origin of a long-lived earthquake cluster in the Fars arc of the Zagros Simply Folded Belt that is colocated with the major Shanul natural gas field. The cluster emerged in January 2019 and initially ...
  • Heyblom, Kyle B.; Singh, Hansi A.; Rasch, Philip J.; DeRepentigny, Patricia (Geophysical Research Letters, 2022-03)
    Historical simulations performed for the Coupled Model Intercomparison Project Phase 6 used biomass burning emissions between 1997 and 2014 containing higher spatial and temporal variability compared to emission inventories ...
  • Oliver, Kerry M.; Perlman, Steve J. (Elsevier, 2020)
    All organisms have evolved a wide range of strategies to protect against natural enemies, from complex avoidance behaviours to sophisticated immune systems, and insects are no exception. A more recently recognized, and ...
  • Emerson, Heath; Meyer, Ralf (Mathematische Annalen, 2009-11)
    Let X be a locally compact space with a continuous proper action of a locally compact group G. Assuming that X satisfies a certain kind of duality in equivariant bivariant Kasparov theory, we can enrich the classical ...
  • Duwenig, Anna; Emerson, Heath (Transactions of the American Mathematical Society Series B, 2020-12)
    An early result of Noncommutative Geometry was Connes’ observation in the 1980’s that the Dirac-Dolbeault cycle for the -torus , which induces a Poincaré self-duality for , can be ‘quantized’ to give a spectral triple and ...
  • Marques, Piatã; Zandonà, Eugenia; Mazzoni, Rosana; El-Sabaawi, Rana (Ecology and Evolution, 2021-12)
    Generalist species dominate urban ecosystems. The success of urban generalists is often related to a plastic diet and feeding traits that allow them to take advantage of a variety of food resources provided by humans in ...
  • Morrison, Ariel L.; Singh, Hansi K.A.; Rasch, Philip J. (Journal of Geophysical Research: Atmospheres, 2022-02-27)
    The Southern Ocean has absorbed most of the excess heat associated with anthropogenic greenhouse gas emissions. Since Southern Ocean observations are sparse in certain regions and seasons, much of our knowledge of ocean ...
  • Baum, Julia K.; O'Connor, Gemma K.; Cobb, Kim M.; Sayani, Hussein R.; Atwood, Alyssa R.; Grothe, Pamela R.; Stevenson, Samantha; Chen, Tianran; Claar, Danielle C.; Hitt, Nicholas T.; Lynch-Steiglitz, Jean; Mortlock, Richard A.; Schmidt, Gavin A.; Walter, Rachel (Geophysical Research Letters, 2021-12)
    Coral oxygen isotopes (δ18O) from the central equatorial Pacific provide monthly resolved records of El Niño-Southern Oscillation activity over past centuries to millennia. However, calibration studies using in situ data ...
  • Thomas, Gilian T.; Donnecke, Sofia; Chagunda, Ian C.; McIndoe, J. Scott (Chemistry-Methods, 2021-12-15)
    Pressurized sample infusion (PSI) is a simple and effective means of continuously introducing a solution to an electrospray ionization mass spectrometry (ESI-MS) source. It allows for acquisition of real-time data in an ...
  • Lefebvre, Michel; Polson, Luke; Leonid, Kurchaninov (Journal of Instrumentation, 2022-01-04)
    The liquid argon ionization current in a sampling calorimeter cell can be analyzed to determine the energy of detected particles. In practice, experimental artifacts such as pileup and electronic noise make the inference ...
  • Premarathna, I. H. K.; Srivastava, H. M.; Juman, Z. A. M. S.; AlArjani, Ali; Uddin, Md Sharif; Sana, Shib Sankar (AIMS Mathematics, 2022)
    The novel corona virus (COVID-19) has badly affected many countries (more than 180 countries including China) in the world. More than 90% of the global COVID-19 cases are currently outside China. The large, unanticipated ...
  • Mohammad, Izadi; Srivastava, H. M. (Fractal and Fractional, 2021)
    The ultimate goal of this study is to develop a numerically effective approximation technique to acquire numerical solutions of the integer and fractional-order Bratu and the singular Lane–Emden-type problems especially ...
  • Srivastava, H. M.; Kashuri, Artion; Mohammed, Pshtiwan Othman; Nonlaopon, Kamsing (Fractal and Fractional, 2021)
    In this paper, we introduce the generalized left-side and right-side fractional integral operators with a certain modified ML kernel. We investigate the Chebyshev inequality via this general family of fractional integral ...
  • Huang, Whitney K.; Monahan, Adam H.; Zwiers, Francis W. (Weather and Climate Extremes, 2021)
    Simultaneous concurrence of extreme values across multiple climate variables can result in large societal and environmental impacts. Therefore, there is growing interest in understanding these concurrent extremes. In many ...

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