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Pierre Valois and 6 others.

Abstract Climate change is predicted to increase the frequency and intensity of floods in the province of Quebec, Canada. Therefore, in 2015, to better monitor the level of adaptation to flooding of Quebec residents living in or near a flood-prone area, the Quebec Observatory of Adaptation to Climate Change developed...

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Miroslav P. Milev and 18 others.

An amendment to this paper has been published and can be accessed via a link at the top of the paper.

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Arts and culture; Communications and Media Studies; Cinema, Film Studies and Video; Communication; archives; Fine Arts; Education; film and cultural history; moving images; audiovisual archives

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Pragasen Pillay

Energy efficiency; Electrical and electronic engineering; Energy resources

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Information technology; Software engineering; Information and communication services; Computer software; Information, computer and communication technologies; Software and development

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Aerospace; Transportation systems and services; Fluid mechanics; Materials science and technology; Multi-phase systems; Modelling, simulation; Manufacturing processes and products; Energy resources; Aerospace, aeronautical and automotive engineering; Polymers and coatings

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PSYCHOSOCIAL/HEALTH BEHAVIOURAL RES.; obesity; Population Health; sleep disorders; METABOLISM/DIABETES; adolescents; child health; health equity; Youth; Sleep

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Political Science; Immigration; integration; resilience; Other Political Science; Politics and government; multiculturalism; social exclusion; industrial composition; Migration, Mobility

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Jennifer McGrath

One in four Canadian children is overweight or obese. Over the past 25 years, the level of overweight and obesity has doubled. This is worrying because it has long term health consequences. Childhood obesity increases risk for many diseases such as high blood pressure, heart disease, and diabetes. While obesity levels...

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Ahmed Kishk

Antennas are often the most critical part of a communication or radar system, in terms of both size and performance. The proposed program of the CRC tier 1 is in the area of Advanced Antenna Design. Market demands are driving the development of personal communication devices, such as smart phones and cell phones, to be...

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Kim Lavoie and 2 others.

A cluster of poor health behaviours or lifestyle factors (i.e., smoking, poor diet, drinking, physical inactivity) have been identified as major causes of chronic disease (e.g., heart and lung disease) and premature death. Interventions aimed at helping people change these behaviours are poorly developed, and few...

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Concordia University

Communications and Media Studies; digital games; Arts and culture; Education; Information Technologies; video games; Other Communication and Media Studies; digital culture; learning; gaming audiences

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Concordia University

Arts and culture; Interdisciplinary Studies; politics; Dance; indigenous; cultural theory; Theatre, Drama; embodied practice; Fine Arts; performance research

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Concordia University

Finance, Banking, Insurance; Financial and Monetary Systems; Management, Business, Administrative Studies; Elderly; knowledge mobilization; financial literacy; older adults; institutional investors; Social Work; Other Social Work

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R. Bianco and 3 others.

Abstract Humans can anticipate music and derive pleasure from it. Expectations facilitate the learning of movements associated with anticipated events, and they are also linked with reward, which may further facilitate learning of the anticipated rewarding events. The present study investigates the synergistic effects...

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Concordia University

Law; Arts and culture; Law and justice; sensory studies; Canada; international; new media art; multi-modal; legal pluralism; synaesthesia

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Chunjiang An and 2 others.

Rural environmental protection has received increasing attention in recent years. The economic development and population growth of rural areas results in many problems, such as environmental pollution, land degradation, resource depletion, biodiversity loss, income loss, and public health risks. Although much progress...

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Giamal Luheshi; Barbara Woodside

Obesity is now considered to be a major global health issue mainly because of the number of diseases with which it is associated. These include cardiovascular diseases such as high blood pressure and, metabolic ailments, which include diabetes. In addition to the suffering caused to individuals from these illnesses...

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Concordia University

History; Indigenous peoples; Arts and culture; Literature, French Canadian, Québécoise; Canada; open source; Religious Studies; Other Religious Studies; Political History; Philippines

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Concordia University

Youth; emerging adulthood; Social Work; foster care; Other Social Work; Sociology; Social Relations; qualitative research; transition à la vie autonome; centre jeunesse