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  • From distance sampling to spatial capture-recapture 

    Borchers, David L.; Marques, Tiago A. (2017-01-10) - Journal article
    Distance sampling and capture–recapture are the two most widely used wildlife abundance estimation methods. capture–recapture methods have only recently incorporated models for spatial distribution and there is an increasing ...
  • Flux-rope twist in eruptive flares and CMEs : due to zipper and main-phase reconnection 

    Priest, Eric Ronald; Longcope, D.W. (2017-01) - Journal article
    The nature of three-dimensional reconnection when a twisted flux tube erupts during an eruptive flare or coronal mass ejection is considered. The reconnection has two phases: first of all, 3D “zipper reconnection” propagates ...
  • An assessment of the population of cotton-top tamarins (Saguinus oedipus) and their habitat in Colombia 

    Savage, Anne; Thomas, Len; Feilen, Katie L.; Kidney, Darren; Soto, Luis H.; Pearson, Mackenzie; Medina, Felix S.; Emeris, German; Guillen, Rosamira R. (2016-12-28) - Journal article
    Numerous animals have declining populations due to habitat loss, illegal wildlife trade, and climate change. The cotton-top tamarin (Saguinus oedipus) is a Critically Endangered primate species, endemic to northwest Colombia, ...
  • Inference of heating properties from "hot" non-flaring plasmas in active region cores. II. Nanoflare trains 

    Barnes, W. T.; Cargill, P. J.; Bradshaw, S. J. (2016-12-20) - Journal article
    Despite its prediction over two decades ago, the detection of faint, high-temperature ("hot") emission due to nanoflare heating in non-flaring active region cores has proved challenging. Using an efficient two-fluid ...
  • On optimality and construction of circular repeated-measurements designs 

    Bailey, Rosemary Anne; Cameron, Peter Jephson; Filipiak, Katarzyna; Kunert, Joachim; Markiewicz, Augustyn (2017-01) - Journal article
    The aim of this paper is to characterize and construct universally optimal designs among the class of circular repeated-measurements designs when the parameters do not permit balance for carry-over effects. It is shown ...

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