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resilience in frontline healthcare workers during COVID-19. Am J Emerg Med. 2020; 38: 1530–1531. 8 44/2018. (XII. 19.) EMMI Decree, amending the ministerial decrees

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. Disturbance regimes, resilience, and recovery of animal communities and habitats in lotic ecosystems. Environ. Manage. 14:647–659. Naiman R.J. Disturbance regimes, resilience, and

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Hudson, N., 1973. Soil Conservation. Batsford. London. Soil Conservation Lal, R., 1994. Sustainable land use systems and soil resilience

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. , Czimre , K. , Forray , R. K. , Marton , S. , & Teperics , K. ( 2018 ). Learning regions for resilience

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Ortiz, M. and Wolff, M. 2002. Dynamical simulation of mass-balance trophic models for benthic communities of north-central Chile: assessment of resilience time under alternative management scenarios. Ecological Modelling 148

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.E. (2009). An empirical examination of the relationship between posttraumatic growth and the personality traits of hardiness, sense of coherence, locus of control, self-efficacy, resilience, and optimism. Dissertation Abstracts International, B: The

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and humor is an integral part of our lives. Humor is at the heart of our resilience. Humor is used as a way to teach valuable moral and social lessons. In addition, humor can be used as a way of healing from personal or historical trauma. Humor can

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Acta Veterinaria Hungarica
Authors: Ander Arando, Juan Vicente Delgado, José Manuel León, Sergio Nogales, Francisco Javier Navas-González, María Gabriela Pizarro and Carlos Carmelo Pérez-Marín

. Toker , M. B. , Alcay , S. , Gokce , E. and Ustuner , B. ( 2016 ): Cryopreservation of ram semen with antioxidant supplemented soybean lecithin-based extenders and impacts on incubation resilience . Cryobiology 72 , 205 – 209

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Agrokémia és Talajtan
Authors: O. Gazdag, L. Ködöböcz, T. Szili-Kovács and A. Murányi

Rhizobium infection in Hungarian soils . In: Soil Resilience and Sustainable Land Use (Ed.: S zabolcs , I. ). Agrokémia és Talajtan. 42 . 207 – 211 . B uzás , I. (ed

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Agrokémia és Talajtan
Authors: János Kátai, Thomas Döring, Magdolna Tállai, Andrea Balla-Kovács, István Henzsel, Marianna Makádi, Zsolt Sándor and Imre Vágó

. Powlson , D. S. , Johnston , A. E. 1994 . Long-term Field Experiments: their Importance in Understanding Sustainable Land Use. Soil Resilience and Sustainable Land Use . CAB International . 367 - 394 . p

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