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Hydrological controls of in situ preservation of waterlogged archaeological deposits

Joseph Holden, L. Jared West, Andy J. Howard, Eleanor Maxfield, Ian Panter, John Oxley
2006 Earth-Science Reviews  
The research demonstrates that both the quantity and quality of data on preservation status, and hydrological and chemical parameters collected during routine archaeological surveys needs to be improved  ...  The work also demonstrates the necessity for any archaeological site to be placed within its topographic and geological context.  ...  The research was carried out while JH was in receipt of a Natural Environment Research Council Fellowship (NER/I/S/2001/00712). The support of City of York Council is also appreciated.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.earscirev.2006.03.006 fatcat:j2w75hmh4fhtzevkyrf6kdoalq

In-Place Solidification of Coal Tailings for Expressway Subgrade

N. C. Bazán-Arias, S. R. Michalski, P. E. Glogowski, F. Howard
2004 Journal American Society of Mining and Reclamation  
Howard Concrete Pumping Company, Inc. and GAI Consultants, Inc. proposed an engineering value, cost saving, novel approach to solidify the tailings in-place providing a stable foundation for construction  ...  The remaining void would be raised to highway grade with a structural earth and rock fill followed by removal of the temporary dike.  ...  Cement-fly ash shallow soil mixing was performed using a large backhoe (Caterpillar 245 excavator) with a long reach dipper stick and hydraulic driven dynamic mixing head device Proceedings America Society  ... 
doi:10.21000/jasmr04010111 fatcat:q7ygdazpcrblffw6rf4qpsnymy

Organism-Sediment Interactions Govern Post-Hypoxia Recovery of Ecosystem Functioning

Carl Van Colen, Francesca Rossi, Francesc Montserrat, Maria G. I. Andersson, Britta Gribsholt, Peter M. J. Herman, Steven Degraer, Magda Vincx, Tom Ysebaert, Jack J. Middelburg, Howard Browman
2012 PLoS ONE  
This study suggests that the complete recovery of organism-sediment interactions is a necessary condition for ecosystem functioning recovery, and that such process requires long periods after disturbance  ...  Here, we have examined how the reassembly of a benthic community contributed to the recovery of ecosystem functioning following experimentally-induced hypoxia in a tidal flat.  ...  Francke and Y. van der Maas for their assistance during the processing of the samples.  ... 
doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0049795 pmid:23185440 pmcid:PMC3504103 fatcat:qzm7tavz7reifbkoryg6mer7nq

Assured Autonomy: Path Toward Living With Autonomous Systems We Can Trust [article]

Ufuk Topcu, Nadya Bliss, Nancy Cooke, Missy Cummings, Ashley Llorens, Howard Shrobe, Lenore Zuck
2020 arXiv   pre-print
This series of three workshops aimed to help create a unified understanding of the goals for assured autonomy, the research trends and needs, and a strategy that will facilitate sustained progress in autonomy  ...  Autonomy is a broad and expansive capability that enables systems to behave without direct control by a human operator.  ...  The objective of the mission is to perform a series of complex activities and search for biosignatures, including selecting the excavation site, excavating the surface to approximately 10 cm deep  ... 
arXiv:2010.14443v1 fatcat:nt4sit5odnf3td6txposfyt5li

Tar Sand Research and Development at the University of Utah

Alex G. Oblad, James W. Bunger, Francis V. Hanson, Jan D. Miller, Howard R. Ritzma, J. D. Seader
1987 Annual Review of Energy  
In either approach the produced hydrocarbon liquid must be upgraded to give a suitable feedstock for subsequent processing in a conventional petroleum refinery.  ...  A research team was organized mostly within the Department of Fuels Engineering to initiate the program.  ...  ACKNOWLEDGMENTS The authors wish to acknowledge the following organizations for financial support of the tar sand research program at the University of Utah: the Laramie Projects Office of the Morgantown  ... 
doi:10.1146/annurev.eg.12.110187.001435 fatcat:w643jebpfnc23djrr5mzbdtbie

Remote Sensing Evidence and Environmental Law

Howard A. Latin, Gary W. Tannehill, Robert E. White
1976 California Law Review  
The first section of the Article provides a preliminary description of this technology and discusses the social and economic factors that underlie its predicted utility for environmental law.  ...  The Article then identifies a range of current and projected legal applications of remote sensing. Included in this section is a discussion of cases and administrative hearings which have already *  ...  a number of Florida Keys developers who excavated residential canals without a Department of the Army permit.  ... 
doi:10.2307/3480040 fatcat:nio7wkszafbk5gps3wa3wcw3bu

Ecological impact of beavers Castor fiber and Castor canadensis and their ability to modify ecosystems

FRANK ROSELL, ORSOLYA BOZSER, PETER COLLEN, HOWARD PARKER
2005 Mammal Review  
Beaver foraging also has a considerable impact on the course of ecological succession, species composition and structure of plant communities, making them a good example of ecologically dominant species  ...  Beavers, being ecosystem engineers, are among the few species besides humans that can significantly change the geomorphology, and consequently the hydrological characteristics and biotic properties of  ...  ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS We are grateful to Richard Shelton for providing useful comments on an earlier draft of the manuscript.  ... 
doi:10.1111/j.1365-2907.2005.00067.x fatcat:kwgfl5mfm5bgvbynsaex3nrzpm

The connective tissue phenotype of glaucomatous cupping in the monkey eye - Clinical and research implications

Hongli Yang, Juan Reynaud, Howard Lockwood, Galen Williams, Christy Hardin, Luke Reyes, Cheri Stowell, Stuart K. Gardiner, Claude F. Burgoyne
2017 Progress in retinal and eye research  
In a series of previous publications we have proposed a framework for conceptualizing the optic nerve head (ONH) as a biomechanical structure.  ...  A final goal is to facilitate the translation of our findings and ideas into neuroprotective interventions that target these ONH phenomena for therapeutic effect.  ...  , Portland, Oregon; and the Sears Trust for Biomedical Research, Mexico, Missouri.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.preteyeres.2017.03.001 pmid:28300644 pmcid:PMC5603293 fatcat:ayfncohtnzgapgb372lff63qvi

Coupled 'storm-flood' depositional model: Application to the Miocene-Modern Baram Delta Province, north-west Borneo

Daniel S. Collins, Howard D. Johnson, Peter A. Allison, Pierre Guilpain, Abdul Razak Damit, Mariano Marzo
2017 Sedimentology  
11 The Miocene to Modern Baram Delta Province (BDP) is a highly efficient source-to-sink 12 system that has accumulated 9-12 km of coastal-deltaic to shelf sediments over the past 15 13 Myr.  ...  Facies analysis based on ca 1 km of outcrop, combined with subsurface geology and 14 sedimentary processes in the present-day BDP, suggests a 'storm-flood' depositional model 15 comprising two distinct  ...  (A) Location and data coverage in studied area relevant for cross sections (B-D). GR-Gamma Ray; SP-Sonic Potential.  ... 
doi:10.1111/sed.12316 fatcat:ee7oaz7dtvbznnuz7zo2exz5bq

Dynamic Reconstruction of Relocation Information for Stripped Binaries [chapter]

Vasilis Pappas, Michalis Polychronakis, Angelos D. Keromytis
2014 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
Address Space Layout Randomization (ASLR) is a widely used technique for the prevention of code reuse attacks.  ...  In Windows, loading a module at an arbitrary address depends on compiler-generated relocation information, which specifies the absolute code or data addresses in the module that must be adjusted due to  ...  Howard [40] improves on the precision of data structure excavation by applying a set of specific rules to identify data structures dynamically.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-319-11379-1_4 fatcat:sqlwd4euabaibmhx2woy4oudfi

The Construction of Design Science Knowledge Graphs - Based on National Natural Science Foundation of China

Jiang Xu, Gang Sun, Xifan Ou, Jingyu Xu, Han Lu, Pujie Su, Qiushi Wei, Man Ding
2019 Proceedings of the International Conference on Engineering Design  
AbstractIn the era of knowledge networking, the structure and production mode of knowledge are constantly changing.  ...  In consequence, the structure and sequence of the design process are revealed, which provides a systematic guidance for engineering design (Su et al., 2003) .  ...  First, Contents including the key words and abstracts of literature data are analysed with word frequency analysis and co-word analysis, excavating the co-occurrence relationship between high-frequency  ... 
doi:10.1017/dsi.2019.267 fatcat:lwokupuylvfmbpoiher4o6b3pq

Distribution of strain signatures in Quaternary sediments, Regional Municipality of Waterloo, Ontario, Canada

Laura Weaver, Emmanuelle Arnaud, Andy Bajc, Timothy Fisher
2011 Canadian journal of earth sciences (Print)  
A geodatabase of deformation structures with over 300 field observations and 53 attribute fields was compiled to assess the significance of soft-sediment deformation in Quaternary sediments in the Regional  ...  Yet, when coupled with facies analysis, deformation structures have been shown to provide critical information to determine environmental conditions and the nature of ice dynamics, such as active vs. stagnant  ...  This research was funded by a Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council Discovery Grant to Arnaud and a University of Guelph Scholarship and Ontario Graduate Scholarship to Weaver.  ... 
doi:10.1139/e11-001 fatcat:swn6lmlhq5cbrfzt5giyzfizfu

Floodplain connectivity, disturbance and change: a palaeoentomological investigation of floodplain ecology from south-west England

S. R. DAVIS, A. G. BROWN, M. H. DINNIN
2007 Journal of Animal Ecology  
Defining such a state based solely upon neoecological data is problematic and has led several authors to suggest the use of a palaeoecological approach. 2.  ...  Repeating the ordination with presenceabsence data results in a similar pattern of clustering, implying that assemblage composition is crucial in determining cluster placement. 4.  ...  Wilkinson for his helpful comments.  ... 
doi:10.1111/j.1365-2656.2006.01209.x pmid:17302835 fatcat:usoyq5pacbdznan5pd7cze3e7e

Investigating the Role of Fluid Dynamics and Wall Mechanics in Atherosclerosis, Plaque Rupture, and Plaque Excavation in the Human Carotid Bifurcation

Scott T. Lovald, Tariq Khraishi, Juan Heinrich, Howard Yonas, Christophe Taylor
2008 GSW Proceedings   unpublished
A computational fluid dynamics model of the human carotid bifurcation with fluid structure interaction has been created to explore the nature of atherogenesis, plaque excavation and plaque rupture.  ...  In the current study, results for fluid velocity and wall shear stress corroborate results of previous studies that the region of plaque stenosis is characterized by low flow velocities, reversed flow,  ...  A computational fluid dynamics (CFD) model of the human carotid bifurcation with fluid structure interaction (FSI) has been created to explore the nature of atherogenesis, plaque excavation, and plaque  ... 
doi:10.18260/1-2-620-38585 fatcat:piv6rvbjpveklhtofqcxeanmui

Taphonomy and Paleoecology of San Josecito Cave, Nuevo Leon, Mexico

Joaquín Arroyo-Cabrales, Eileen Johnson
1996 The Paleontological Society Special Publications  
Leard, a graduate student, and C. Harald Sebenius, a mining engineer, undertook the excavations. It was through Sebenius' correspondence with Stock that the last excavation procedures are known.  ...  In order to obtain high-quality data for the taphonomic and paleoecologic analyses, a new approach was used in the excavations.  ... 
doi:10.1017/s2475262200000150 fatcat:bau34eadoffu7jzigu5ln6yfim
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