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: Have You Sold Your Dozen Roses? . Philip Greene, David Myers, Allen Willis

Ernest Callenbach
1961 Film quarterly  
Produced by Philip Greene, David Myers, and Allen Willis, at the California School of Fine Arts Film Workshop. Narration by Lawrence Ferlin- ghetti. 9 minutes.  ...  The images of the film vary from a kind of impressively sober documentary characteristic of the films of David Myers (people picking over the junk, mattresses, the visible remains, leftovers of lives)  ... 
doi:10.1525/fq.1961.14.3.04a00110 fatcat:iezmqxebvreknca3jmgzfvzzma

Have You Sold Your Dozen Roses? Philip Greene David Myers Allen Willis

Ernest Callenbach
1961 Film quarterly  
Produced by Philip Greene, David Myers, and Allen Willis, at the California School of Fine Arts Film Workshop. Narration by Lawrence Ferlin- ghetti. 9 minutes.  ...  The images of the film vary from a kind of impressively sober documentary characteristic of the films of David Myers (people picking over the junk, mattresses, the visible remains, leftovers of lives)  ... 
doi:10.2307/1210070 fatcat:3awjomsdtjez7ghsakjzvrh7gu

Review: Amphibians, Reptiles, and Their Habitats at Sabino Canyon by David Wentworth Lazaroff, Philip C Rosen and Charles H Lowe

William Ted Johnson
2007 Electronic Green Journal  
David Wentworth Lazaroff, Philip C Rosen and Charles H Lowe. Amphibians, Reptiles, and Their Habitats at Sabino Canyon. Tucson : University of Arizona Press 158 pp.  ... 
doi:10.5070/g312510714 fatcat:fdyn7gsds5dfrpyqcju2h5auyu

The use of boron carbide powder as an efficient green catalyst for Friedel-Crafts chemistry

David A. Hunt, Philip E. Dumas
2021 Organic Communications  
Boron carbide (B4C) as finely powdered solid functions has been found to function as an efficient, green, non-toxic, and easily recoverable heterogeneous catalyst system for the Friedel-Crafts alkylation  ...  ORCID Philip E. Dumas: Professor Dumas did not have an assigned ORCID ID and is deceased. David Hunt: 0000-0001-9080-6283  ...  The residue was distilled to provide pure acetophenone 3i (4.08g, 68%), bp = 72-74 o C/4 mm Hg (lit 18 In conclusion, boron carbide has been proven to be an efficient green catalyst in both Friedel-Crafts  ... 
doi:10.25135/acg.oc. fatcat:reirtjujnnfcplhiup7xjmfdl4

An evaluation of alternative dispersal functions for trees

2004 Journal of Ecology  
Greene & Johnson 1996; Nathan et al. 2002a; Calogeropoulos et al. 2003) .  ...  Greene & Johnson 1992; Nathan et al. 2002b; Tackenberg 2003) , is expected to place the mode within a few metres of the source tree.  ... 
doi:10.1111/j.0022-0477.2004.00921.x fatcat:tmnk67gbcjdkve6tei5zthhise

Oil Independence

David L. Greene, Paul N. Leiby, Philip D. Patterson, Steven E. Plotkin, Margaret K. Singh
2007 Transportation Research Record  
In the OSMM these parameters are specified as probability distributions (see Greene and Leiby (11) ).  ...  Reviewing assessments of aircraft energy efficiency potential, Greene and Schafer (21) concluded that improvements of 25% to 40% were achievable by 2030.  ... 
doi:10.3141/2017-07 fatcat:zdnr3wb4c5gxhprnpkkoy4szou

Modelling Carbon Capture on Metal-Organic Frameworks with Quantum Computing [article]

Gabriel Greene-Diniz, David Zsolt Manrique, Wassil Sennane, Yann Magnin, Elvira Shishenina, Philippe Cordier, Philip Llewellyn, Michal Krompiec, Marko J. Rančić, David Muñoz Ramo
2022 arXiv   pre-print
Despite the recent progress in quantum computational algorithms for chemistry, there is a dearth of quantum computational simulations focused on material science applications, especially for the energy sector, where next generation sorbing materials are urgently needed to battle climate change. To drive their development, quantum computing is applied to the problem of CO_2 adsorption in Al-fumarate Metal-Organic Frameworks. Fragmentation strategies based on Density Matrix Embedding Theory are
more » ... plied, using a variational quantum algorithm as a fragment solver, along with active space selection to minimise qubit number. By investigating different fragmentation strategies and solvers, we propose a methodology to apply quantum computing to Al-fumarate interacting with a CO_2 molecule, demonstrating the feasibility of treating a complex porous system as a concrete application of quantum computing. Our work paves the way for the use of quantum computing techniques in the quest of sorbents optimisation for more efficient carbon capture and conversion applications.
arXiv:2203.15546v1 fatcat:cpztghmbxzfklcfenxiutica7q

Mapping Urban Green Infrastructure: A Novel Landscape-Based Approach to Incorporating Land Use and Land Cover in the Mapping of Human-Dominated Systems

Matthew Dennis, David Barlow, Gina Cavan, Penny Cook, Anna Gilchrist, John Handley, Philip James, Jessica Thompson, Konstantinos Tzoulas, C. Philip Wheater, Sarah Lindley
2018 Land  
Common approaches to mapping green infrastructure in urbanised landscapes invariably focus on measures of land use or land cover and associated functional or physical traits.  ...  Here we present a landscape approach, employing remote sensing, GIS and data reduction techniques to map urban green infrastructure elements in a large U.K. city region.  ...  Figure 6 . 6 Distribution of green land cover values: Integrated Landscape Map. Figure 6 .Figure 7 . 67 Distribution of green land cover values: Integrated Landscape Map.  ... 
doi:10.3390/land7010017 fatcat:5jtjzc5cnzhgxgi3t3rkofjhse

Replacing dichloroethane as a solvent for rhodium-catalysed intermolecular alkyne hydroacylation reactions: the utility of propylene carbonate

Philip Lenden, Paul M. Ylioja, Carlos González-Rodríguez, David A. Entwistle, Michael C. Willis
2011 Green Chemistry  
Data consistent with the literature. 3 (E)-1-Cyclopropyl-5-(ethylthio)-5-phenylpent-1-en-3-one Electronic Supplementary Material (ESI) for Green Chemistry This journal is © The Royal Society of Chemistry  ...  0.21869738 W PL13W 0.05493430 W SFO2 500.3020012 MHz SI 32768 SF 125.8005438 MHz WDW EM SSB 0 LB 1.00 Hz GB 0 PC 1.40 S S nBu H Electronic Supplementary Material (ESI) for Green  ... 
doi:10.1039/c1gc15293a fatcat:lqku7xv5g5gqdnt2v5u2t4rii4

Ancient Ephemeroptera–Collembola Symbiosis Fossilized in Amber Predicts Contemporary Phoretic Associations

David Penney, Andrew McNeil, David I. Green, Robert S. Bradley, James E. Jepson, Philip J. Withers, Richard F. Preziosi, Andrew A. Farke
2012 PLoS ONE  
digital images recorded by a Nikon Coolpix 4500 camera mounted on a Leica M10 stereomicroscope with 0.636 and 1.66 planapochromatic objectives, following the combination technique described by Betz & Green  ... 
doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0047651 pmid:23082186 pmcid:PMC3474712 fatcat:q42dbl4c6jdvlnnnfwqz63lcoe

Social Cognition Psychometric Evaluation: Results of the Initial Psychometric Study

Amy E. Pinkham, David L. Penn, Michael F. Green, Philip D. Harvey
2015 Schizophrenia Bulletin  
No panelist reported financial conflicts of interest; however, Drs Green and Lysaker each reported involvement in the development of one of the measures under consideration.  ... 
doi:10.1093/schbul/sbv056 pmid:25943125 pmcid:PMC4753585 fatcat:apg4biuahjd33jtayn4by5uu2m

Anomalous Green Luminescent Properties in CVD Synthetic Diamonds

Amber M. Wassell, Colin D. McGuinness, Chris Hodges, Peter M. P. Lanigan, David Fisher, Philip M. Martineau, Mark E. Newton, Stephen A. Lynch
2018 Physica Status Solidi (a) applications and materials science  
We further explore the spectroscopic properties of this green 499 nm feature in this paper.  ...  The spatial pattern/distribution of this long-lived green luminescence was recorded in the CMOS image shown in Figure 5 .  ... 
doi:10.1002/pssa.201800292 fatcat:52qp3qfnv5awtleij3634itc44

Uncertainty quantification for a global imaging spectroscopy surface composition investigation

Nimrod Carmon, David R. Thompson, Niklas Bohn, Jouni Susiluoto, Michael Turmon, Philip G. Brodrick, David S. Connelly, Amy Braverman, Kerry Cawse-Nicholson, Robert O. Green, Michael Gunson
2020 Remote Sensing of Environment  
orbital missions include the National Aeronautics and Space Administration's (NASA's) Earth Surface Mineral Dust InvesTigation (EMIT), the German Research Centre for Geosciences' (GFZ) EnMAP, and more (Green  ...  AVIRIS-NG is a pushbroom instrument, with 640 pixels on the spatial axis and 480 spectral elements (Green et al., 1998) .  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.rse.2020.112038 fatcat:m6mpq4kyijfmpftrddigwulp2u

Evaluating the Atrial Myopathy Underlying Atrial Fibrillation

Jeffrey J. Goldberger, Rishi Arora, David Green, Philip Greenland, Daniel C. Lee, Donald M. Lloyd-Jones, Michael Markl, Jason Ng, Sanjiv J. Shah
2015 Circulation  
Atrial disease or myopathy forms the substrate for atrial fibrillation (AF) and underlies the potential for atrial thrombus formation and subsequent stroke. Current diagnostic approaches in patients with AF focus on identifying clinical predictors with the evaluation of left atrial size by echocardiography serving as the sole measure specifically evaluating the atrium. Although the atrial substrate underlying AF is likely developing for years before the onset of AF, there is no current
more » ... n to identify the preclinical atrial myopathy. Atrial fibrosis is 1 component of the atrial substrate that has garnered recent attention based on newer MRI techniques that have been applied to visualize atrial fibrosis in humans with prognostic implications regarding the success of treatment. Advanced ECG signal processing, echocardiographic techniques, and MRI imaging of fibrosis and flow provide up-to-date approaches to evaluate the atrial myopathy underlying AF. Although thromboembolic risk is currently defined by clinical scores, their predictive value is mediocre. Evaluation of stasis via imaging and biomarkers associated with thrombogenesis may provide enhanced approaches to assess risk for stroke in patients with AF. Better delineation of the atrial myopathy that serves as the substrate for AF and thromboembolic complications might improve treatment outcomes. Furthermore, better delineation of the pathophysiologic mechanisms underlying the development of the atrial substrate for AF, particularly in its earlier stages, could help identify blood and imaging biomarkers that could be useful to assess risk for developing new-onset AF and suggest specific pathways that could be targeted for prevention. (Circulation. 2015;132:278-291.
doi:10.1161/circulationaha.115.016795 pmid:26216085 pmcid:PMC4520257 fatcat:khbyvplv45hz7fqdtcihpkovq4

Oceanographic Responses to Climate in the Northwest Atlantic

Andrew Pershing, Charles Greene, Charles Hannah, Doug Sameoto, Erica Head, David Mountain, Jack Jossi, Mark Benfield, Philip Reid, Ted Durbin
2001 Oceanography  
Greene was in residence as a sabbatical fellow at the National Center for Ecological Analysis and Synthesis, a Center funded by NSF (Grant #DEB-0072909) and the University of California, Santa Barbara.  ...  ., 1999; Greene and Pershing, 2000) .  ...  Greene and Pershing (2000) modified the nomenclature to clarify the origin of these water masses.  ... 
doi:10.5670/oceanog.2001.25 fatcat:4perl2x3yregdl5rn3fmtw5bwi
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