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In Britain, the population of native red squirrels Sciurus vulgaris has suffered population declines and local extinctions. Interspecific resource competition and disease spread by the invasive gray… (More)
The grey squirrel Sciurus carolinensis is thought to have contributed to the decline of red squirrel S. vulgaris populations in the UK through resource competition and disease spread. This study used… (More)
This paper considers SAR image reconstruction from incomplete K-space coverage. In particular, the problem of image reconstruction from the type of disjoint K-space coverage that may arise from… (More)
The Remote Intelligence of Building Interiors poses a number of serious challenges to a radio frequency imaging system. The complex nature of the building environment alongside the requirement to… (More)
A laboratory-based study was carried out to assess the performance and unique intelligence capabilities of an extreme wideband 10-50GHz SAR. Very high resolution range-profile measurements were… (More)
A laboratory-based study was carried out to assess the performance and unique intelligence capabilities of an extreme wide-band 10-50 GHz SAR. Very high resolution range-profile measurements were… (More)
Synthetic Aperture Radar (SAR) Coherent Change Detection (CCD) has been found to be of great utility in detecting changes that occur on the ground. Detectable changes of interest include vehicle… (More)
Make nappy changing a time to offer reassuring care and stimulating learning, suggests Claire Stevenson.
Stimulate babies’ sensory and cognitive development with these simple, easily accessible resources, in the third of a series from Claire Stevenson, Donna Luck and Veronica Lawrence.