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14th April
Gustavo Seabra
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Pradeep Joshi
The following paragraph was in Pechlivanidis et al, (2011) without quotation marks:

Several studies have begun to examine the applicability of distributed models and investigate the potential of distributed models against their lumped counterparts. For example, NOAA’s National Weather Service (NWS) initiated the Distributed Model Intercomparison Project (DMIP) to compare simulated streamflows from 12 different distributed hydrological models with the lumped Sacramento Soil Moisture Accounting, SAC-SMA model (Smith et al., 2004). The DMIP project aimed to: 1) assess the advantages of applying distributed hydrological models in an operational forecasting environment, 2) assess the importance of spatial rainfall variability on runoff, and 3) evaluate the potential of distributed models to simulate runoff at interior catchment points.

If I paraphrased or summarized (not quoted) the above paragraph in my thesis, should I cite all the in-text citation within there, or citing just Pechlivanidis et al, (2011) will work?
Daqing He
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Daqing He
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29th October
Oleksandr Voznyy
Is it only me having problems, or all the papers indeed were deleted from this group?
William Gunn
William Gunn There's only one paper in this group. Looks like someone may have deleted them. If someone has kept a local folder of the papers, they could just drag them in to replace them, but if this is the only copy that everyone had, then I believe the best option is to find the PDFs on your disk and add them back to the group to restore the metadata.
14th June
Yvonne Friese
Hi,
happy new year to you all.
Do any of you happen to know good literature about abstract-writing? (For presentations rather than for a journal article)

Best wishes, Yvonne
Gustavo Seabra
Another interesting resource. This one is a video:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rh-NHu5yOYc
Gustavo Seabra
Hi everyone, I don't have a PDF for that (don't even know if there *is* a pdf for that, but this should be interesting for everyone here:

http://www.nature.com/scitable/ebooks/english-communication-for-scientist-14053993

Access is free. Enjoy!
Oleksandr Voznyy
Does anybody have access to the Sandbergs paper on setting up the research question?
Gustavo Seabra
Hi and Happy New Year everyone! This group has grown much faster than I predicted, which is great! I just wanted to remind you all that I opened the group to the public, so everyone's welcome to contribute with new papers on writing. Cheers.
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Gustavo Seabra
Hi All,

As I've seen a great number of people wanting to join this group, I just decided to make it public. I believe that means everyone can contribute to the group. Cheers!
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