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Do neutrons publish? A neutron publication survey 2005-2015 [article]

T. Gutberlet, D. Tunger, P. Zeitler, T. Brückel
2018 arXiv   pre-print
To give a profound basis on the publication record and the quality of the publication efforts in neutron scattering, a survey has been done following the approach to use bibliographic databases.  ...  The amount of papers published, their placement in high impact journals, and their citations are used as a measure of the productivity of individual scientists, institutes or fields of science.  ...  The survey covered the period 2005-2015 with a world-wide search on publications listed in the "Web of Science" [7] employing neutron scattering.  ... 
arXiv:1804.07185v1 fatcat:leqmgbpy3nawtnqdil7w2zyj3i

Do neutrons publish? A neutron publication survey, 2005–2015

Thomas Gutberlet, Dirk Tunger, Philipp Zeitler, Thomas Brückel
2018 Neutron News  
To give a profound basis on the publication record and the quality of the publication efforts in neutron scattering, a survey has been done following the approach to use bibliographic databases.  ...  The amount of papers published, their placement in high impact journals, and their citations are used as a measure of the productivity of individual scientists, institutes or fields of science.  ...  The survey covered the period 2005-2015 with a world-wide search on publications listed in the "Web of Science" [7] employing neutron scattering.  ... 
doi:10.1080/10448632.2018.1514199 fatcat:4663gmlndveybk7bjd6h7mnyjy

On the recurrence times of neutron star X-ray binary transients and the nature of the Galactic Centre quiescent X-ray binaries [article]

Thomas J. Maccarone
2022 arXiv   pre-print
A core element of the arguments that these objects are accreting black holes is the claim that neutron stars (NSs) in low mass X-ray binaries (LMXBs) do not have long transient recurrence times.  ...  The presence of some X-ray sources in the Galactic Centre region which show variability, but do not show outbursts in over a decade of monitoring has been used to argue for the presence of a large population  ...  A variety of classes of surveys have the potential for finding X-ray binaries in quiescence -X-ray surveys (Jonker et al. 2011 ), optical emission line surveys (Casares 2018) , flat spectrum radio source  ... 
arXiv:2202.09503v2 fatcat:axaicvdch5g5hm2nwnpcvzv7qi

2015 Update of the discoveries of nuclides

M. Thoennessen
2016 International Journal of Modern Physics E  
In addition, a list of isotopes published so far only in conference proceedings or internal reports is included.  ...  The 2015 update of the discovery of nuclide project is presented. Twenty new nuclides were observed for the first time in 2015.  ...  Rank Country Number First year Recent year 1 USA 1327 1907 2015 2 Germany 558 1898 2015 3 UK 299 1900 1994 4 Russia 247 1957 2015 5 France 217 1896 2005 6 Japan 139 1938 2015  ... 
doi:10.1142/s0218301316300046 fatcat:oetdbzki6ngrpbvbb6diotf3ei

Snow water equivalent measurement in the Arctic based on cosmic ray neutron attenuation

Anton Jitnikovitch, Philip Marsh, Branden Walker, Darin Desilets
2021 The Cryosphere  
Five CRNS units were applied in a transect to obtain continuous data for a single significant snow feature; CRNS-moderated neutron counts were compared to manual snow survey SWE values obtained during  ...  During the winters of 2016/2017 and 2017/2018 we tested a grounded in situ CRNS system at two locations in Canada: a cold, low- to high-SWE environment in the Canadian Arctic and at a warm, low-SWE landscape  ...  Snow survey methods have well-known limited accuracy in tundra areas (Goodison et al., 1981; Pomeroy and Gray, 1995; Steufer et al., 2013; Kinar and Pomeroy, 2015) and do not allow for mapping snow cover  ... 
doi:10.5194/tc-15-5227-2021 fatcat:5piaqaoyefcchppr4ymivt4u6a

Colloquium: Measuring the neutron star equation of state using x-ray timing

Anna L. Watts, Nils Andersson, Deepto Chakrabarty, Marco Feroci, Kai Hebeler, Gianluca Israel, Frederick K. Lamb, M. Coleman Miller, Sharon Morsink, Feryal Özel, Alessandro Patruno, Juri Poutanen (+6 others)
2016 Reviews of Modern Physics  
the radius of neutron stars with different masses to accuracies of a few percent.  ...  The flux we observe from a hotspot on the neutron star surface offset from the rotational pole will be modulated by the star's rotation, giving rise to a pulsation.  ...  A. L. W. acknowledges support from NWO Vidi Grant No. 639  ... 
doi:10.1103/revmodphys.88.021001 fatcat:xznlgpkokrd43hvhvttawmm3ze

Binary Neutron Star Mergers After GW170817

Riccardo Ciolfi
2020 Frontiers in Astronomy and Space Sciences  
A., Foley, R. J., Kilpatrick, C. D., Drout, M. R., Piro, A. L., Shappee, B. J., et al. (2017). Swope Supernova Survey 2017a (SSS17a), the optical counterpart to a gravitational wave source.  ...  ., and Zhang, B. (2015). The physics of gamma-ray bursts and relativistic jets. Phys.  ... 
doi:10.3389/fspas.2020.00027 fatcat:yh36oq7wzfa2jnsqeiukyf3oqq

Dose Estimation for a Study of Nuclear Workers in France, the United Kingdom and the United States of America: Methods for the International Nuclear Workers Study (INWORKS)

I. Thierry-Chef, D. B. Richardson, R. D. Daniels, M. Gillies, G. B. Hamra, R. Haylock, A. Kesminiene, D. Laurier, K. Leuraud, M. Moissonnier, J. O'Hagan, M. K. Schubauer-Berigan (+1 others)
2015 Radiation Research  
We created a time-varying indicator for each worker, classifying them according to whether they had a positive recorded neutron dose and if so, whether their neutron dose ever exceeded 10% of their total  ...  INWORKS includes workers who had potential for exposure to neutrons. Therefore, we analyzed neutron dosimetry data to identify workers potentially exposed to neutrons.  ...  detailed surveys on dosimeter types and conditions of exposure (i.e., energy and geometry of neutron fields in specific workplaces).  ... 
doi:10.1667/rr14006.1 pmid:26010707 pmcid:PMC4908811 fatcat:t4f44me74fdnvnl7crqhtevhw4

Cosmogenic nuclide systematics and the CRONUScalc program

Shasta M. Marrero, Fred M. Phillips, Brian Borchers, Nathaniel Lifton, Robert Aumer, Greg Balco
2016 Quaternary Geochronology  
CRONUScalc can be used to predict con-53 centrations of a suite of nuclides for a variety of purposes. The code is 54 published under the GNU General Public License, version 2 terms.  ...  Epithermal and Thermal Neutrons 110 Low-energy cosmogenic nuclide production, including that from thermal 111 and epithermal neutrons, does not follow a simple exponential pattern with 112 depth due to  ...  The example is a 10 Be profile published by Goehring et al. (2010a) and used as an example in Aumer (2010).  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.quageo.2015.09.005 fatcat:otmno7da25hgnbahrvasbbvfpe


F. Giovannelli, L. Sabau-Graziati
2021 Revista Mexicana de Astronomía y Astrofísica Serie de Conferencias  
A review on "Gravitational Lenses" have been published by Blandford & Kochanek (2004) . A book on "Gravitational Lensing: Strong, Weak and Micro" was published by Meylan et al. (2006) .  ...  Dai & Kochanek, 2005) showed without any doubt that the gravitational lensing is operating.  ... 
doi:10.22201/ia.14052059p.2021.53.42 fatcat:neklsvukx5hjvbvyyimbzevruy

Towards disentangling heterogeneous soil moisture patterns in cosmic-ray neutron sensor footprints

Daniel Rasche, Markus Köhli, Martin Schrön, Theresa Blume, Andreas Güntner
2021 Hydrology and Earth System Sciences  
Thermal neutrons have lower energies and a substantially smaller measurement footprint around the sensor than epithermal neutrons.  ...  In this study, we investigated how a non-uniform soil moisture distribution within the footprint impacts the CRNS soil moisture estimation and how the combined use of epithermal and thermal neutrons can  ...  Publisher’s note: Copernicus Publications remains 2017a. neutral with regard to jurisdictional claims in published maps and  ... 
doi:10.5194/hess-25-6547-2021 fatcat:zhzrve3c5za3vi3ghwfab4nkbe

The R-process Alliance: First Release from the Southern Search for R-process-enhanced Stars in the Galactic Halo

Terese T. Hansen, Erika M. Holmbeck, Timothy C. Beers, Vinicius M. Placco, Ian U. Roederer, Anna Frebel, Charli M. Sakari, Joshua D. Simon, Ian B. Thompson
2018 Astrophysical Journal  
The recent detection of a binary neutron star merger and the clear evidence for the decay of radioactive material observed in this event have, after sixty years of effort, provided an astrophysical site  ...  for the rapid neutron-capture (r-) process which is responsible for the production of the heaviest elements in our Universe.  ...  This publication is based upon work supported in part by the National Science Foundation under grants AST-1108811 (Tody 1986 (Tody , 1993)) , linemake ( linemake), ATLAS9  ... 
doi:10.3847/1538-4357/aabacc fatcat:rup3drknw5em5k5tvb4rntoueu

A new radio census of neutron star X-ray binaries [article]

J. van den Eijnden, N. Degenaar, T. D. Russell, R. Wijnands, A. Bahramian, J. C. A. Miller-Jones, J. V. Hernández Santisteban, E. Gallo, P. Atri, R. M. Plotkin, T. J. Maccarone, G. Sivakoff (+7 others)
2021 arXiv   pre-print
We report new radio observations of a sample of thirty-six neutron star (NS) X-ray binaries, more than doubling the sample in the literature observed at current-day sensitivities.  ...  We detect four weakly and nine strongly-magnetised NSs; the latter are systematically radio fainter than the former and do not exceed L_R ≈ 3×10^28 erg/s.  ...  JvdE is supported by a Lee Hysan Junior Research Fellowship awarded by St. Hilda's College, and, together  ... 
arXiv:2107.05286v1 fatcat:fpub3253orf6lcujjwvgyaecoi

Chemical Abundance Analysis of Tucana III, the Second r-process Enhanced Ultra-Faint Dwarf Galaxy [article]

J. Marshall, T. Hansen, J. Simon, T. Li, R. Bernstein, K. Kuehn, A. Pace, D. DePoy, A. Palmese, A. Pieres, L. Strigari, A. Drlica-Wagner (+43 others)
2018 arXiv   pre-print
The non-neutron-capture elements generally follow trends seen in other dwarf galaxies, including a metallicity spread of 0.44 dex and the expected trend in α-elements, i.e., the lower metallicity stars  ...  As is the case for the one other galaxy dominated by r-process enhanced stars, Reticulum II, Tucana III's stellar chemical abundances are consistent with pollution from ejecta produced by a binary neutron  ...  These discoveries have been enabled by modern deep, widefield imaging surveys such as the Dark Energy Survey (DES; DES Collaboration 2005), Magellanic Satellites Survey (MagLiteS; Drlica-Wagner et al.  ... 
arXiv:1812.01022v1 fatcat:rkcleds33bfsxo7ajqja5pkvpy

Evaluation of variable rate irrigation using a remote-sensing-based model

J. Burdette Barker, Derek M. Heeren, Christopher M.U. Neale, Daran R. Rudnick
2018 Agricultural Water Management  
Biological Systems Engineering: Papers and Publications. 525. B a r k e r e t a l . i n A g r i c u l t u r a l W a t e r M a n a g e m e n t 2 0 3 (  ...  neutron probe measurement; and rainfed.  ...  Geological Survey" ( ). We thank Dr.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.agwat.2018.02.022 fatcat:r3j7t6imuncwln6wqcovbuvzhi
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