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The Astrophysical Journal
Thus, in the prin- cipal branch which passes through a Aguilae, the brightness decreases gradually from the inner edge toward the outer bound- ary, while in the secondary branch (from Lupus to Camelopardus ... It is also a remarkable fact that the gradation of the light in passing from the edges toward the middle of the belt is very different in different parts of the Milky Way. ...
In this study the method of the characteristic structure is introduced to detect and visualize the spatial organisation of catchments, based on stream flow length rearrangement of any catchment feature ... Two zone types were introduced: close to stream (indicating wetlands) and far from stream (indicating hillslopes). The definition of zones is bound the river network and the OFL data. ... From these analysis one might conclude that the variance in the SFL classes (in Fig. 3 ) is mainly caused by differences of AWC according to the distance from stream cells. Hydrol. Earth Syst. Sci. ...doi:10.5194/hess-2016-486 fatcat:v56wx3j2n5gt7hvpjxzqvo66qm
stream depletion (MSDR) concept, and demonstration of ramifications for water resources management.  The MSDR was defined as a fraction of the pumping rate supplied by stream depletion. ... My article included an analysis of this solution in a hydrogeologic context, generalization of solution to the bounded aquifers with different recharge-discharge conditions, introduction of the maximal ...doi:10.1029/2004wr003836 fatcat:fcanes253nf5dep4libo4khrde
The processes of digestion are strictly chemical reactions, whereby the in- gested food is turned into other and totally different substances capable of being absorbed into the blood stream, where they ... Meteors which fall upon our earth from outer space contain iron, cobalt, and nickel, besides other elements in m nute traces. Where do these metals come from? ...
The ramifications for water resources management and water rights adjudication can be significant. ... The impact of ground water pumping on nearby streams is often estimated using analytic models of the interconnected stream-aquifer system. ... Acknowledgments This work greatly benefited from reviews provided by Mike Gefell, Hilary Lough, and an anonymous reviewer. ...doi:10.1111/j.1745-6584.2006.00272.x pmid:17335482 fatcat:xvxdbgkmhbbw7o7v4e6ckowz6a
The ramifications for water resources management and water rights adjudication can be significant. ... The impact of ground water pumping on nearby streams is often estimated using analytic models of the interconnected stream-aquifer system. ... Acknowledgments This work greatly benefited from reviews provided by Mike Gefell, Hilary Lough, and an anonymous reviewer. ...doi:10.1111/j.1745-6584.2008.00422_1.x pmid:18373673 fatcat:ldxhe3prgvcyhfwckfsn2onqx4
We introduce notions of size for representations of data (accounting for sharing) and codata (using ideas from type-2 computational complexity) and establish that type-level 1 RS1-functions have polynomial-bounded ... (Lists, streams, finite trees, infinite trees, etc. are all directly definable.) A novel aspect of RS1 is that it embraces structure-sharing as in standard functional-programming implementations. ... As a result RS 1 and Pola describe different notions of polynomial-time over data and codata. How deep these differences go is an intriguing question. ...arXiv:1201.4567v2 fatcat:ppj3vu42u5c4rjrzkwil6zr5ma
From the summary: “In this paper we study the algebraic struc- ture of data flow networks and base their semantics on stream processing functions. ... homomorphism, and (2) the class of lan- guages recognized by o(loglogn) space-bounded two-way un- bounded error probabilistic Turing machines is not closed under each of the above operations. ...
Danish Medical Bulletin
It was demonstrated, by scanning cross sections of the stream by light beams, that the particles accumulat- ed with a maximum concentration at about 0.6 tube radii from the axis — the concentration at ... If the cells form aggregates the effect may be larger and can be significant also at major ramifications. ...
Emphasis is placed on the application of mathematical theory, and worked examples illustrating this and its ramifications are drawn from many different fields of ied science such as clasticity, supersonic ... George. 1959, Philosophical Li- brary, Inc., New York, N.Y. 283 p., 53/4 X 8*/, in., bound. $12. An attempt to clarify the over-all picture of automation and its ramifications. ...
‘The difference in the | views that have been enunciated arise, not so much | from any divergence as regards physical facts, as from a misunderstanding of definitions, and, in some cases, from failure ... He adds that the ramifications of ridges would almost bid defiance to any analysis, | but for the assistance derived from observing the courses of the rivers. ...
American Journal of Science
—An inclined plateau may be bounded on the upheaved side by an escarpment of erosion, and such an escarpment is gradually carried back by an undermining pro- cess from the line of greatest upheaval. ... Powell—Types of Orographice Structure. 421 displacement in a horizontal position ; but every block is tilted more or less, and often a valley appears at the foot of the slope, and the streams which head ...
This paper is separated from the rest of our Original Communications, in con-?eqtience of its having been received after the foregoing part of tho Journal bad passed the pres&t?E&JT. ; MO. 3&4, 3 D ... The whole of the contents had a faint smell of parley, but very different from that of the contents of the stomach of the other rabbit. The oesophagus was quite empty. ... the mixture of parsley in different states of digestion. ...pmid:30494201 pmcid:PMC5621441 fatcat:ehcd6d26ijffxibmrn752wexgu
Viewing the circulation of the blood in the lung from the outside, we come, in adjusting the microscope, first on the streams in the small arteries, then underneath them, on the streams in the capillary ... Into this capillary network, occupying the intermediate stratum, the extreme arterial ramifications open, and from it the venous radicles arise. ... Into this capillary network, occupying the intermediate stratum, the extreme arterial ramifications open, and from it the venous radicles arise. ...doi:10.1016/s0140-6736(02)34004-2 fatcat:nxwsizbypzejjozzs655nbpzle
391 STATISTICAL PHYSICS, STRUCTURE OF MATTER The paper deals with the linearized Boltzmann operator (colli- sion plus streaming term) in a bounded domain 1) with periodic boundary condition. ... Many ideas and techniques are borrowed from similar treatments in neutron transport theory but the different nature of the boundary conditions leads the author to develop new arguments. ...
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