Second, the positive feedback loop
resulting from counterterrorism law enforcement produces increasing systemic inefficiencies that (1) do not reduce data noise or reveal real criminal patterns; (2) reinforce the preconceived notion that such law enforcement does reduce noise and reveal patterns; and (3), as a result of (1) and (2), often lead to inaccurate targeting of suspects (either as false positives or false negatives).
2] produced by human activity will not cause catastrophic warming, and, as mentioned, their theory relies on a massive positive feedback loop
with water vapor.
In comparison with the common nonautonomous Duffing-Holmes type oscillator  the autonomous circuit has an internal positive feedback loop
instead of an external periodic drive source.
These are positive feedback loops
, and it may not be possible for us to stop them or even foresee them.
This, in turn creates a positive feedback loop
between dust erosion and albedo.
This analysis looks to build on existing research that has demonstrated that connections to the community and volunteering form a positive feedback loop
, whereby opportunities provided to youth to engage with others leads to a greater sense of reciprocity and trust that in turn leads youth to develop a personal ethic of community engagement.
You get a positive feedback loop
started," she says, "whereby a small decrease in productivity in the lakes can cycle through all these factors and impact [yet] another aspect of the fish life-history cycle.
Once climate warming initiates, you get into a self-warming cycle," Derocher says, describing what climate modelers call a positive feedback loop
A positive feedback loop
was created: peat, covering the limestone bedrock, built deep deposits that were supported, and in turn nourished, by a sea of sawgrass.
But as the GAO and others have shown, good hiring generates a positive feedback loop
Interfering with [beta]-2 receptors through the use of a nonselective [beta]-blocker might be expected to break up this positive feedback loop
and prevent syncope, explained Dr.
123) mistaken conception of the positive feedback loop