
 Titles & Abstracts 
  Abstract While there is, up to homeomorphism, only one Cantor space, i.e., one zerodimensional, perfect, compact, nonempty metric space, there are many measures on Cantor Space which are not topologically equivalent. 
  In particular, we indicate the usefulness of a handle decomposition of a manifold in proving the genericity of (periodic) shadowing and strong tolerance stability. 
  We present a result relating basin cells for a basin to prime ends of type 3, and results relating a finite number of prime ends of either type 2 or 4 to situations when an accessible periodic saddle on the basin boundary has some specified tangencies of its stable and unstable manifolds. 
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