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mitigation strategy

Side Effects of Medications and Mitigation Strategies

A survey of householders' mitigation strategy: Response to raised radon levels

Strategies for prediction and mitigation of radiation-induced liver toxicity

Strategies to mitigate cardiovascular effects of noise and air pollution

Mediation of adoption and use: a key strategy for mitigating unintended consequences of health IT implementation

Risk evaluation and mitigation strategy programs in solid organ transplantation: the promises of information technology

Economics Analysis of Mitigation Strategies for FMD Introduction in Highly Concentrated Animal Feeding Regions

Health Outcomes and Costs of Community Mitigation Strategies for an Influenza Pandemic in the United States

Environmental stressors and cardio-metabolic disease: part I–epidemiologic evidence supporting a role for noise and air pollution and effects of mitigation strategies

Immune modulation of innate immunity as alternatives-to-antibiotics strategies to mitigate the use of drugs in poultry production

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Using Empirical Information in the Era of HIV/AIDS to Inform Mitigation and Rural Development Strategies: Selected Results from African Country Studies

Alternative technique or mitigating strategy for sevoflurane-induced neurodegeneration: a randomized controlled dose-escalation study of dexmedetomidine in neonatal rats

 

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The programme of works developed to conserve, protect, record, and/or investigate archaeological structures and deposits that are threatened by wholesale or partial destruction through some kind of construction work, quarrying, or natural erosion. Such proposals may, for example, include the use of particular foundation designs to minimize the impact of construction on buried deposits, or the use of open space to allow the in situ preservation of significant remains. Equally, a mitigation strategy may comprise rescue excavation and site‐recording operations in advance of destruction.

Subjects: Archaeology.


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