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    • Why Customary Law Matters: The Role of Customary Law in the Protection of Indigenous Peoples' Human Rights 

      Tobin, Brendan Michael (2011-09-30)
      For millions of Indigenous peoples around the world their own customary laws (nonstate laws they consider binding upon them) are their primary, if not their only source of law. Long marginalized and where recognized ...
    • Why do older patients die in a heatwave? 

      Flynn, A.; McGreevy, C.; Mulkerrin, E.C. (Oxford University Press (OUP), 2005-02-22)
    • Why read the classics? 

      Barry, Kevin (The Irish Times, 1999-07-17)
    • A wicked problem and the SIMPle Solution 

      Duane, Sinead; Domegan, Christine; Callan, Aoife; Galvin, Sandra; Cormican, Martin; Bennett, Kathleen; Murphy, Andrew W.; Vellinga, Akke (Routledge, 2017-11-02)
      [No abstract available]
    • Wide field of view (WFoV) imaging for consumer devices 

      Corcoran, Peter (2014)
      The concepts of wide field of view (WFoV) imaging for consumer devices are explained. Some current examples and enabling technologies are provided. The need for real-time distortion correction is outlined. Several new ...
    • Wide-angle camera technology for automotive applications: a review 

      Hughes, C.; Glavin, M.; Jones, E.; Denny, P. (Institution of Engineering and Technology (IET), 2009-01-01)
      The development of electronic vision systems for the automotive market is a strongly growing field, driven in particular by customer demand to increase the safety of vehicles both for drivers and for other road users, ...
    • Widely applicable metallacarborane reagents for π-conjugated systems 

      Farràs, Pau; Musteti, Ana D.; Rojo, Isabel; Viñas, Clara; Teixidor, Francesc; Light, Mark E. (American Chemical Society, 2014-05-12)
      The compounds [N(CH3)4][3,3′-Co(8-(p-C6H4C2H3)-1,2-C2B9H10)(1′,2′-C2B9H11)], [N(CH3)4][3,3′-Co(8-(p-C6H4CHO)-1,2-C2B9H10)(1′,2′-C2B9H11)], and [N(CH3)4][3,3′-Co(8-(m-C6H4CHO)-1,2-C2B9H10)(1′,2′-C2B9H11)] were synthesized ...
    • Widening participation in Higher Education in the Republic of Ireland. Report submitted to HEFCE and OFFA 

      Keane, Elaine (HEFCE (Higher Education Funding Council for England), 2013-10)
      [No abstract available]
    • Widespread exploitation of the honeybee by early neolithic farmers 

      Roffet-Salque, Mélanie; Regert, Martine; Evershed, Richard P.; Outram, Alan K.; Cramp, Lucy J. E.; Decavallas, Orestes; Dunne, Julie; Gerbault, Pascale; Mileto, Simona; Mirabaud, Sigrid; Pääkkönen, Mirva; Smyth, Jessica; Šoberl, Lucija; Whelton, Helen L.; Alday-Ruiz, Alfonso; Asplund, Henrik; Bartkowiak, Marta; Bayer-Niemeier, Eva; Belhouchet, Lotfi; Bernardini, Federico; Budja, Mihael; Cooney, Gabriel; Cubas, Miriam; Danaher, Ed M.; Diniz, Mariana; Domboróczki, László; Fabbri, Cristina; González-Urquijo, Jesus E.; Guilaine, Jean; Hachi, Slimane; Hartwell, Barrie N.; Hofmann, Daniela; Hohle, Isabel; Ibáñez, Juan J.; Karul, Necmi; Kherbouche, Farid; Kiely, Jacinta; Kotsakis, Kostas; Lueth, Friedrich; Mallory, James P.; Manen, Claire; Marciniak, Arkadiusz; Maurice-Chabard, Brigitte; Mc Gonigle, Martin A.; Mulazzani, Simone; Özdoğan, Mehmet; Perić, Olga S.; Perić, Slaviša R.; Petrasch, Jörg; Pétrequin, Anne-Marie; Pétrequin, Pierre; Poensgen, Ulrike; Joshua Pollard, C.; Poplin, François; Radi, Giovanna; Stadler, Peter; Stäuble, Harald; Tasić, Nenad; Urem-Kotsou, Dushka; Vuković, Jasna B.; Walsh, Fintan; Whittle, Alasdair; Wolfram, Sabine; Zapata-Peña, Lydia; Zoughlami, Jamel (Springer Nature, 2015-11-11)
      The pressures on honeybee (Apis mellifera) populations, resulting from threats by modern pesticides, parasites, predators and diseases, have raised awareness of the economic importance and critical role this insect plays ...
    • Widespread white matter microstructural differences in schizophrenia across 4322 individuals: results from the enigma schizophrenia dti working group 

      Kelly, S; Jahanshad, N; Zalesky, A; Kochunov, P; Agartz, I; Alloza, C; Andreassen, O A; Arango, C; Banaj, N; Bouix, S; Bousman, C A; Brouwer, R M; Bruggemann, J; Bustillo, J; Cahn, W; Calhoun, V; Cannon, D; Carr, V; Catts, S; Chen, J; Chen, J-x; Chen, X; Chiapponi, C; Cho, Kl K; Ciullo, V; Corvin, A S; Crespo-Facorro, B; Cropley, V; De Rossi, P; Diaz-Caneja, C M; Dickie, E W; Ehrlich, S; Fan, F-m; Faskowitz, J; Fatouros-Bergman, H; Flyckt, L; Ford, J M; Fouche, J-P; Fukunaga, M; Gill, M; Glahn, D C; Gollub, R; Goudzwaard, E D; Guo, H; Gur, R E; Gur, R C; Gurholt, T P; Hashimoto, R; Hatton, S N; Henskens, F A; Hibar, D P; Hickie, I B; Hong, L E; Horacek, J; Howells, F M; Hulshoff Pol, H E; Hyde, C L; Isaev, D; Jablensky, A; Jansen, P R; Janssen, J; Jönsson, E G; Jung, L A; Kahn, R S; Kikinis, Z; Liu, K; Klauser, P; Knöchel, C; Kubicki, M; Lagopoulos, J; Langen, C; Lawrie, S; Lenroot, R K; Lim, K O; Lopez-Jaramillo, C; Lyall, A; Magnotta, V; Mandl, R C W; Mathalon, D H; McCarley, R W; McCarthy-Jones, S; McDonald, C; McEwen, S; McIntosh, A; Melicher, T; Mesholam-Gately, R I; Michie, P T; Mowry, B; Mueller, B A; Newell, D T; O'Donnell, P; Oertel-Knöchel, V; Oestreich, L; Paciga, S A; Pantelis, C; Pasternak, O; Pearlson, G; Pellicano, G R; Pereira, A; Pineda Zapata, J; Piras, F; Potkin, S G; Preda, A; Rasser, P E; Roalf, D R; Roiz, R; Roos, A; Rotenberg, D; Satterthwaite, T D; Savadjiev, P; Schall, U; Scott, R J; Seal, M L; Seidman, L J; Shannon Weickert, C; Whelan, C D; Shenton, M E; Kwon, J S; Spalletta, G; Spaniel, F; Sprooten, E; Stäblein, M; Stein, D J; Sundram, S; Tan, Y; Tan, S; Tang, S; Temmingh, H S; Westlye, L T; Tønnesen, S; Tordesillas-Gutierrez, D; Doan, N T; Vaidya, J; van Haren, N E M; Vargas, C D; Vecchio, D; Velakoulis, D; Voineskos, A; Voyvodic, J Q; Wang, Z; Wan, P; Wei, D; Weickert, T W; Whalley, H; White, T; Whitford, T J; Wojcik, J D; Xiang, H; Xie, Z; Yamamori, H; Yang, F; Yao, N; Zhang, G; Zhao, J; van Erp, T G M; Turner, J; Thompson, P M; Donohoe, G (Springer Nature, 2017-10-17)
      The regional distribution of white matter (WM) abnormalities in schizophrenia remains poorly understood, and reported disease effects on the brain vary widely between studies. In an effort to identify commonalities across ...
    • Wildfire impact: natural experiment reveals differential short-term changes in soil microbial communities 

      Prendergast-Miller, Miranda T.; de Menezes, Alexandre B.; Macdonald, Lynne M.; Toscas, Peter; Bissett, Andrew; Baker, Geoff; Farrell, Mark; Richardson, Alan E.; Wark, Tim; Thrall, Peter H. (Elsevier BV, 2017-06-01)
    • Will life be worth living in a world without work? technological unemployment and the meaning of life 

      Danaher, John (Springer Nature, 2016-03-11)
      Suppose we are about to enter an era of increasing technological unemployment. What implications does this have for society? Two distinct ethical/social issues would seem to arise. The first is one of distributive justice: ...
    • William Trevor on Screen 

      Kenny, John (The Irish Times, 1999)
    • Willingness to Pay for Community-Based Care Programmes for Older People in Ireland 

      Callan, Aoife (2012-01-20)
      Non-market valuation techniques are employed across a range of economic disciplines to assess the economic value generated by goods and services that typically are not captured by traditional market price mechanisms. Such ...
    • Willingness-To-Pay and Consumer Versus Citizen Values: Evidence from Ireland 

      van Rensburg, Thomas M.; Dooley, Conor (National University of Ireland, Galway, 2007)
      Environmental decision-making compares market and non-market outputs, often in terms of willingness to pay. In addition to personal, private `consumer¿ preferences, individuals may adopt a citizen perspective, judging ...
    • Wind speed dependent size-resolved parameterization for the organic mass fraction of sea spray aerosol 

      Gantt, B.; Meskhidze, N.; Facchini, M. C.; Rinaldi, M.; Ceburnis, D.; O'Dowd, C. D. (Copernicus GmbH, 2011-08-30)
      For oceans to be a significant source of primary organic aerosol (POA), sea spray aerosol (SSA) must be highly enriched with organics relative to the bulk seawater. We propose that organic enrichment at the air-sea interface, ...
    • Wind speed influences on marine aerosol optical depth 

      O'Dowd, Colin; Scannell, Claire; Mulcahy, Jane; Jennings, S. Gerard (Hindawi Limited, 2010-01-01)
      The Mulcahy (Mulcahy et al., 2008) power-law parameterization, derived at the coastal Atlantic station Mace Head, between clean marine aerosol optical depth (AOD) and wind speed is compared to open ocean MODIS-derived AOD ...
    • Wind-driven influences on aerosol light scattering in north-east atlantic air 

      Vaishya, Aditya; Jennings, S. Gerard; O'Dowd, Colin (Wiley-Blackwell, 2012-03-01)
      Ten years (2001-2010) of aerosol light-scattering measurements in N.E. Atlantic marine air are analysed to determine wind-speed related influences on scattering properties. The scattering coefficient and the backscattering ...
    • Winning Success in Aquaculture Marketing 

      Torres, Ann M. (Dublin Institute of Technology, 1993)
      A decade ago aquaculture in Ireland was essentially a cottage industry, fragmented, undercapitalised with uneven product quality and at the mercy of larger, often foreign owned distributors. Today, a rapidly growing ...
    • Winter measurements of oceanic biogeochemical parameters in the rockall trough (2009–2012) 

      McGrath, T.; Kivimäe, C.; McGovern, E.; Cave, R. R.; Joyce, E. (Copernicus GmbH, 2013-12-11)
      This paper describes the sampling and analysis of biogeochemical parameters collected in the Rockall Trough in January/February of 2009, 2010, 2011 and 2012. Sampling was carried out along two transects, one southern and ...