Origin of fieldwork
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Limitations aside, the survey is the first attempt at collecting data on sexual harassment and assault in fieldwork.Two-Thirds of These Female Scientists Say They’ve Been Sexually Harassed
July 16, 2014
After a series has been taken at each station, the fieldwork is complete.
Once the triangle has been laid out, the fieldwork is very simple.
He now devoted himself to palaeontological studies, and to fieldwork in various parts of Germany, Italy and France.
By fieldwork you mean attached to your field stations, of which I believe there are 65 in the United States?Warren Commission (5 of 26): Hearings Vol. V (of 15)
The President's Commission on the Assassination of President Kennedy
Strong and healthy, neither wind nor rain interfered with her fieldwork in botany or paleontology.Woman in Science
John Augustine Zahm
- military a temporary structure used in defending or fortifying a place or position
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