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The objective of this fourth volume in the series Advances in Electromagnetic Fields in Living Systems remains the same as previous volumes: to add a number of significant advances in this area of research to scientific and professional literature. In general, the interaction of electromagnetic fields and waves with biological systems is frequency-dependent. Moreover, the mechanisms of interaction for fields at low frequencies are very different from those at high frequencies. While significant advances are being made on many fronts, a special emphasis of this volume is on current and future biomedical applications of electromagnetic fields, ranging in frequency from quasi-static to the optical domain. Each chapter consists of a comprehensive presentation of a topic of current interest and growing importance.
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James Clinton was a steamboat which operated on the upper Willamette River from 1856 to 1861. Although the Clinton was said to have been “not a very good boat.”, it was the first steamer ever to reach Eugene, Oregon.
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