Thaysen, E. M., Jessen, S., Ambus, P., Beier, C., Postma, D., and Jakobsen, I.. 2014. Technical Note: Mesocosm approach to quantify dissolved inorganic carbon percolation fluxes. Biogeosciences, 11, 1077-1084. DOI:10.5194/bg-11-1077-2014. Abstract Dissolved inorganic carbon (DIC) fluxes across the vadose zone are influenced by a complex interplay of biological, chemical and physical factors. A novel soil mesocosm system was evaluated as a tool for […]
Einzelne Photonen in einem Quantenpunkt erzeugen und seine Information zerstörungsfrei auslesen: Diese Technologie eröffnet neue Wege in der Quanteninformationsverarbeitung und -übertragung, die für künftige Computeranwendungen wegweisend sein können.
California water districts are eyeing a potential new source of water: trees. After a century of fire suppression, Sierra Nevada forests are more dense than ever before. And those pine trees are taking up a lot of water that might otherwise run off into California rivers.
The Crimson has an op-ed on simultaneous enrollment, that I agree with.Harvard does not like simultaneous enrollment, which means a student taking two classes that meet at the same time -- any time overlap counts (whether the whole class or half an hour once a week). If you want to take a class via simultaneous enrollment, you have to petition the Administrative Board, and your professor is supposed to provide direct hour-per-hour instruction for the class you can't intend. As
New work demonstrates that varistors and transistors are inherently coupled devices. These hybrid devices can simultaneously be used in the same electronic circuit as a varistor to protect the circuit elements against overshoot of prescribed voltage supply and as a transistor for signal amplification and electronic switch.