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Angstrom

A unit of length equivalent to one-one billionth of one meter.
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Schwallie-Giddis, P., Anstrom, K., Sanchez, P., Sardi, V., & Granato, L.
El ministerio del Poder Popular para el Ambiente calcula, con poca validez para la region andina, el indice de Anstrom para estimar a nivel nacional el peligro de incendios del mes proximo.
Education research describes the language demands English learners face in American schools in terms of the linguistic and literacy skills associated with core academic subject areas (Anstrom et al., 2010).
Future studies dedicated to developing a knowledge base focused on cultural competence skill building is essential for school counselors to successfully provide school counseling programs to future diverse populations (Schwallie-Giddis, Anstrom, Sanchez, Sardi, & Granato, 2004).
(14.) Alexander BD, Byrne TC, Smith KL, Hanson KE, Anstrom KJ, Perfect JR, et al.
Reed, S., Friedman, J.Y., Engemann, J.J., Griffiths, R.I., Anstrom, K.J., Kaye, K.S., et al.
Consequently, there is considerable information about proteins and genes in relation to the formation of embryonic spicules (Anstrom and Raff, 1987; Killian and Wilt, 1996; Wilt, 1999, 2002; Davidson et al., 2002).
Sundstrom R, Anstrom M, Osterholm P (2002) Comparison of the metal content in acid sulfate soil runoff and industrial effluents in Finland.
"There's an enormous appetite consumers have for weather," says Decker Anstrom, CEO of the Weather Channel, which is owned by Landmark Communications, a privately held media company in Norfolk, Virginia.
Executive offices: In Virginia, Decker Anstrom has been named president and chief operating officer of Landmark Communications Inc.
I am speaking of Decker Anstrom, who has just become CEO of that seedbed of network innovation and dynamism, the Weather Channel.