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The carbon balance of tropical, temperate and boreal forests.
 Plant Cell and Environment,
, 1999
"... ABSTRACT Forest biomes are major reserves for terrestrial carbon, and major components of global primary productivity. The carbon balance of forests is determined by a number of component processes of carbon acquisition and carbon loss, and a small shift in the magnitude of these processes would ha ..."
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. As the thaw begins in the spring and snow starts to melt, the temperature rises rapidly towards zero and as it passes through about 1·5°C (in midApril in 1996), CO 2 exchange switches from carbon loss to carbon gain (Massheder 1998). When the thaw occurs late, substantial amounts of solar radiation
The Astrophysical Journal Letters, 742:L1 (6pp), 2011 November 20 doi:10.1088/20418205/742/1/L1 C © 2011. The American Astronomical Society. All rights reserved. Printed in the U.S.A. FIRST VISUAL ORBIT FOR THE PROTOTYPICAL COLLIDINGWIND BINARY WR 140
"... Wolf–Rayet (WR) stars represent one of the final stages of massive stellar evolution. Relatively little is known about this shortlived phase and we currently lack reliable mass, distance, and binarity determinations for a representative sample. Here we report the first visual orbit for WR 140 ( = H ..."
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( = HD193793), a WC7 + O5 binary system known for its periodic dust production episodes triggered by intense colliding winds near periastron passage. The InfraredOptical Telescope Array and Center for High Angular Resolution Astronomy interferometers resolved the pair of stars in each year from 2003
Scenario Generation and Reduction for Longterm and Shortterm Power System Generation Planning under Uncertainties
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Finite time blow up in KaniadakisQuarati model of BoseEinstein particles
, 2010
"... We study a FokkerPlanck equation with linear diffusion and superlinear drift introduced by Kaniadakis and Quarati [11, 12] to describe the evolution of a gas of BoseEinstein particles. For kinetic equation of this type it is wellknown that, in the physical space R 3, the structure of the equilib ..."
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We study a FokkerPlanck equation with linear diffusion and superlinear drift introduced by Kaniadakis and Quarati [11, 12] to describe the evolution of a gas of BoseEinstein particles. For kinetic equation of this type it is wellknown that, in the physical space R 3, the structure
doi:10.1112/jlms/jdm031 CELLULARIZATION OF CLASSIFYING SPACES AND FUSION PROPERTIES OF FINITE GROUPS
"... One way to understand the mod p homotopy theory of classifying spaces of finite groups is to compute their BZ/pcellularization. In the easiest cases this is a classifying space of a finite group (always a finite pgroup). If not, we show that it has infinitely many nontrivial homotopy groups. More ..."
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One way to understand the mod p homotopy theory of classifying spaces of finite groups is to compute their BZ/pcellularization. In the easiest cases this is a classifying space of a finite group (always a finite pgroup). If not, we show that it has infinitely many nontrivial homotopy groups. Moreover they are either ptorsion free or else infinitely many of them contain ptorsion. By means of techniques related to fusion systems we exhibit concrete examples where ptorsion appears and compute explicitly the cellularization.
#A16 INTEGERS 14 (2014) ON GENERALIZED ADDITION CHAINS
"... Given integers d 1, and g 2, a gaddition chain for d is a sequence of integers a0 = 1, a1, a2,..., ar1, ar = d where ai = aj1 +aj2 + · · ·+ajk, with 2 k g, and 0 j1 j2 · · · jk i 1. The length of a gaddition chain is r, the number of terms following 1 in the sequence. We denote by l ..."
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Given integers d 1, and g 2, a gaddition chain for d is a sequence of integers a0 = 1, a1, a2,..., ar1, ar = d where ai = aj1 +aj2 + · · ·+ajk, with 2 k g, and 0 j1 j2 · · · jk i 1. The length of a gaddition chain is r, the number of terms following 1 in the sequence. We denote
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