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Distracted driving and crash responsibility in fatal USA collisions 1991-2015
Distracted driving occurs when the driver engages in a secondary activity (e.g., cell phone use, eating) that affects the performance of the primary task of driving. Distracted driving has been associated with driver errors ...
A novel metadata analysis approaches for analyzing and understanding wood-decaying mechanisms exhibited by fungi
Fuel has become an essential commodity in our day to day life. Increase in global population and decreasing fuel reserves have forced mankind to look for other fuel alternatives. Forest biomass serves as a potential renewable ...
Improving Indigenous access to healthcare services through interprofessional collaboration
In northwestern Ontario, interprofessional collaboration is needed to improve access to healthcare services for Indigenous people. The Truth and Reconciliation Commission of Canada identified 94 Calls to Action, four of ...
The artificial facilitator: guiding participants in developing causal maps using voice-activated personal assistant
When it comes to any problem, their causes, and solutions, people often have very different perspectives, primarily due to the environment in which they were raised (culture, education, socio-economic status, and so ...
Impacts of invasive earthworms on carbon storage in southern boreal hardwood forests
The introduction of invasive, non-native earthworms into forest ecosystems has increased as recreational, industrial, and commercial activities increase in northern Ontario. The presence of these ecosystem engineers in ...
Mechanical properties (MOE and MOR) of glulam
Glue-laminated (glulam) timber has strong mechanical properties and is a great building material. It is composed of small diameter wood. There has been a shortage of large dimensional lumber for construction projects. ...
Increasing diameter growth content of red pine (Pinus Resinosa) through intensive management
Intensive forest management can only be justified if it increases wood quality or yield sufficiently to compensate for the additional investment. Treatments such as thinning and/or pruning are typically only applied to ...