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Forensic Accounting Knowledge and Skills on Task Performance Fraud Risk Assessment: Nigerian Public Sector Experience

Oluwatoyin Muse Johnson Popoola, & Rose Shamsiah Samsudin
Subject Area: Social Sciences Business & Management Business & Economics Article Type: Research Paper JEL Code: M4

Investigation of Task Performance Fraud Risk Assessment on Knowledge and Mindset in Nigerian public sector

Oluwatoyin Muse Johnson Popoola, , Rose Shamsiah Samsudin &
Subject Area: Social Sciences, Business & Management, Business & Economics Article Type: Research Paper JEL Code: M4

Task Performance Fraud Risk Assessment on Forensic Accountant Knowledge and Mindset in Nigerian Public Sector

Oluwatoyin Muse Johnson Popoola, , Rose Shamsiah Samsudin &
Subject Area: Social Sciences, Business & Management, Business & Economics Article Type: Research Paper JEL Code: M4

Investigation of Task Performance Fraud Risk Assessment on Forensic Accountant Knowledge and Mindset in Nigerian Public Sector

Oluwatoyin Muse Johnson Popoola, , Rose Shamsiah Samsudin &
Subject Area: Social Science, Business & Management, Business & Economics Article Type: Research Paper JEL Code: M4

Task Performance Fraud Risk Assessment on Forensic Accountant and Auditor Knowledge and Mindset in Nigerian Public Sector

Oluwatoyin Muse Johnson Popoola, & Rose Shamsiah Samsudin
Subject Area: Social Science Business & Management Business & Economics Article Type: Research Paper JEL Code: M4

Forensic Accountant and Auditor Knowledge and Skills Requirements for Task Performance Fraud Risk Assessment in the Nigerian Public Sector

Oluwatoyin Muse Johnson Popoola, & Rose Shamsiah Samsudin
Subject Area: Social Science Business & Management Business & Economics Article Type: Research Paper JEL Code: M4

Rappresentare il territorio - Viaggio virtuale dalle prime mappe al GIS

Lucilla Capotondi, Elisabetta Campiani, Alessandro Ceregato, Caterina Bergami, Francesco Falceri & Federica Foglini
La cartografia, importante tematica nell’ambito delle Scienze della Terra, mira alla descrizione del mondo che ci circonda. Il suo insegnamento a scuola consente di evidenziare lo stretto legame tra la conoscenza scientifica e la sua applicazione nella vita quotidiana attraverso un percorso che accompagna gli studenti verso la consapevolezza dell’importanza dello studio.
In questo contesto, alcuni ricercatori di ISMAR (Consiglio Nazionale delle Ricerche), nell’ambito del Progetto Bandiera RITMARE (SP6 - WP2 - AZ1- UO2), hanno ideato...

Perinatal behavior of a wild Grevy's zebra (Equus grevyi) mare and foal

Blair Costelloe
This paper describes the postpartum behavior
of a wild Grevy’s zebra (Equus grevyi) mare and
foal. The foal first attempted to stand within 5
min of birth and succeeded at approximately
10 min after birth. Within 40 min of birth,
the infant could walk steadily. The foal did not
suckle during the observation time. An ethogram
of observed behaviors is provided.

Maternal tactics for mitigating neonate predation risk during the postpartum period in Thomson's gazelle

Blair Costelloe & Daniel I. Rubenstein
The time immediately following birth is a period of high predation risk for ungulate neonates. Ungulate mothers exhibit perinatal behaviors that appear to mitigate offspring risk during this time. However, few studies of infant mortality include the postpartum period. Therefore, the function and effectiveness of these maternal behaviors are untested. We observed perinatal behavior in 11 Thomson’s gazelle (Eudorcas thomsonii) mother-infant pairs in a free-ranging population under predaiton pressure. Five of the six fawns that...

Volume H Depth 25 Tsunami Simulation - view 1

Sorcha Egan
Simulation of a hypothetical slide of volume 0.02 km^3 moving down a continental slope of 4 degrees with initial slide depth of 25 m over 200 seconds. The vertical axis is exaggerated 1000-fold and the simulation domain, 10-fold.

Volume E Depth 25 Tsunami Simulation - view 2

Sorcha Egan
An alternative view of a hypothetical slide of volume 0.001 km^3 moving down a continental slope of 4 degrees with initial slide depth of 25 m over 200 seconds. The vertical axis is exaggerated 1000-fold and the simulation domain, 10-fold.

Volume H Depth 25 Wave Simulation - view 2

Sorcha Egan
An alternative view of a hypothetical slide of volume 0.02 km^3 moving down a continental slope of 4 degress with initial slide depth of 25 m.

Volume H Depth 25 Tsunami Simulation - view 2

Sorcha Egan
An alternative view of a hypothetical slide of volume 0.02 km^3 moving down a continental slope of 4 degrees with initial slide depth of 25 m over 200 seconds. The vertical axis is exaggerated 1000-fold and the simulation domain, 10-fold.

Investigating the effects of a non-native salamander on the native salamander community at Mountain Lake Biological Station, Pembroke, Virginia.

Alexander Novarro
Poster contributed to the 2015 annual meeting of Northeast Partners in Amphibian and Reptile Conservation (NE PARC).

Scientists are from Mars, Laypeople are from Venus: An Evidence-Based Rationale for Communicating the Consensus on Climate

John Cook & Peter Jacobs
The insights available from social science research are key to understanding people’s attitudes
to climate change, and to developing communication outreach strategies that are
effective in fostering meaningful societal action (Hackman and others 2014; Lorenzoni
and Whitmarsh 2014). Social psychology explores the ways in which group dynamics and
cultural values influence attitudes towards climate change. Cognitive psychology explores
how people update their beliefs in response to information, using randomized experiments
to explore how different groups respond to different messages. A large...

Example of use of BiRO #2

Silvio Peroni
Describing parts of a reference.

PACO baseline MR brain images and segmentations

, Rolf Heckemann, , , , Isabelle Rouch, Catherine Padovan, Alexander Hammers & Pierre Krolak-Salmon
The PACO Study (personnalité, Alzheimer, comportement) Baseline imaging data supporting the sub-study Neuroanatomical correlates of recognizing face expressions in mild stages of Alzheimer's disease. 39 subjects. paco-mri-1.tar, paco-mri-2.tar: T1-weighted MR images at baseline paco-pincram.tar: binary brain masks, spatially aligned with MR images, for foreground/background separation paco-maper.tar: label volumes, spatially aligned with MR images, identifying 83 anatomical regions

SOUTH WEST ADRIATIC MARGIN MORPHOLOGY AND DEEP-SEA MACROBENTHIC ECOSYSTEMS

Fabio Trincardi, , , Elisabetta Campiani, Alessandro Ceregato, Federica Foglini, André Freiwald, Alessandro Remia, Marco Taviani, Agostina Vertino &
The integration between high-resolution multi beam bathymetry, side scan sonar data, high resolution chirp sonar provide a frame functional to the identification and mapping of a variety of deep-sea benthic habitats including healthy Lophelia, Madrepora, Dendrophyllia and Desmophyllum often associated with sponges and polychaetes.
Coral growth took place in areas of irregular topography,created by large slide blocks, or on the steep flanks of Bari canyon and Dauno seamount. In both cases a key factor is the...

Book Review : \"Operation Linda Nchi\" - Kenya's Military Experience in Somalia by KDF/MoD Kenya

Nyagudi Musandu Nyagudi
Review on Kenya Defence Forces book about operations in Somalia.

3-D histology volume reconstructions of axonal tract tracing data

Izabela Zakiewicz, Piotr Majka, Daniel K. Wojcik, Jan G. Bjaalie & Trygve B. Leergaard
3-D histology reconstructions supporting the study Three-dimensional histology volume reconstruction of axonal tract tracing data: exploring topographical organization in subcortical projections from rat barrel cortex (Zakiewicz et al., 2015, PLoS One). We share volumetric reconstructions of histological images from 4 tract-tracing experiments derived from the Rodent Brain Workbench (www.rbwb.org), see Whole Brain Connectivity Atlas; 2-D image repository. The original experimental material is described in Zakiewicz et al. (2011, PLoS One, 6(8):e22669), while technical details are...

Poorly known European species of the genus Noeeta Robineau-Desvoidy 1830. 3. Noeeta crepidis Hering, 1936 (Diptera: Tephritidae)

Valery Korneyev
I.I.Schmalhausen Institute of Zoology,
National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine.
Bogdan Chmielnicki St. 15
01030 Kyiv Ukraine The Palaearctic genus Noeeta belongs to the tribe Noeetini Norrbom & Korneyev 1999; larvae of all members of the tribe, as far as known, feed in the flower heads of either Lactuca or HIeracium spp. and are widespread in the Holarctics. Noeeta includes 7 nominal species occurring in the Palaearctic Region. Validity of some of them is doubtful. The most...

Mixed method approach for determining the factors associated with late presentation in southern India

Uday Narayan Yadav
This data set includes the results of above mentioned study

CUP3X

Qian Hong
X value for neutron at CUP with 3cm Collimator

CUP10Y

Qian Hong
Y value for neutron at CUP with 10.2cm Collimator

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