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Can historians work with environmental scientists? New insights for addressing climate change from interdisciplinary research

Data sources and characteristics

How can we uncover how past societies responded to and accommodated changes in their physical environment?  It is an important question, because climate change as well as natural events such as droughts, earthquakes and volcanic eruptions could

How rising minority income does (or does not) lead to residential integration in the US

This paper examines how access to integrated neighborhoods changed for Asians, Hispanics, and African Americans from 1970 to 2010. Data come from the Decennial U.S. Census, with neighborhoods defined using census tracts, which are small geographic units

Simultaneous integrated analysis of biological datasets: an evaluation of O2PLS

The rapid progress in high throughput technology made it possible to measure biological processes at several levels: DNA markers (genetic code), gene expression (which represents the process of reading the code of a gene), proteomics (proteins are