Coastal Geomorphology of the Maryland and Delaware Barrier by Stephen P. Leatherman, Evelyn Maurmeyer(auth.)

By Stephen P. Leatherman, Evelyn Maurmeyer(auth.)

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Published by means of the yank Geophysical Union as a part of the Field journey Guidebooks Series.

The Maryland-Delaware coast (Figure 1) is found at the Delmarva Peninsula, a part of the Atlantic Coastal undeniable of japanese North the United States. The emerged part of the Coastal undeniable province is shaped of Cretaceous and Tertiary clastic sediments, overlain by means of a skinny veneer of Quaternary deposits. Holocene coastal environments during this region contain barrier islands, coastal sand dunes, overwash apartments, coastal bays (lagoons), fringing and backbarrier marshes (wetlands), tidal inlets, headland shores, prograding spits, and intertidal apartments. Pre-Holocene examples of comparable coastal deposits also are represented in inland components.

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4. Krebs H, Domsch C, Adelhard K, Brackmann HH, Graw J, Oldenburg J, Schwaab R, Schramm W. The national GTH hemophilia registry as database within the scope of the German human genome project. Hämostaseologie. 2003; 23(1):18–23 II. Hemophilia Therapy – Management of Bleedings and Inhibitors Chairmen: W. Schramm (Munich) J. Oldenburg (Bonn) Regulation of Factor VIII Life-Cycle by Receptors from LDL Receptor Superfamily E. L. Saenko Summary The present review discusses the current concept of receptor-mediated clearance of coagulation factor VIII (FVIII) from the circulation in vivo, which is one of the mechanisms regulating FVIII level in plasma.

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Lighezan, F. Vladareanu, V. Uscatescu, C. Petrescu, C. Jinca, D. Mihailov, M. Ba˘ta˘neant, L. Pop, W. Schramm, and M. Serban Introduction Descriptive epidemiology can provide useful information concerning the quality of medical assistance in the case of genetic diseases, notorious for their equal and homogeneous distribution and independence from race, ethnicity and geographic belonging. Hemophilia is part of this group. ). A national registry centralizes this data for an entire country to avoid duplication of names.

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