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The DESI Experiment Part I: Science,Targeting, and Survey Design
Author(s): Collaboration, DESI; Aghamousa, A; Aguilar, J; Ahlen, S; Alam, S; Allen, LE; Prieto, CA; Annis, J; Bailey, S; Balland, C; Ballester, O; Baltay, C; Beaufore, L; Bebek, C; Beers, TC; Bell,Expand
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Response of cocoa trees (Theobroma cacao) to a 13-month desiccation period in Sulawesi, Indonesia
In South-east Asia, ENSO-related droughts represent irregularly occurring hazards for agroforestry systems containing cocoa which are predicted to increase in severity with expected climate warming.Expand
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Conversion of tropical moist forest into cacao agroforest: consequences for carbon pools and annual C sequestration
Tropical forests store a large part of the terrestrial carbon and play a key role in the global carbon (C) cycle. In parts of Southeast Asia, conversion of natural forest to cacao agroforestryExpand
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The third generation superconducting 28 GHz electron cyclotron resonance ion source VENUS (invited).
VENUS is a third generation electron cyclotron resonance (ECR) ion source, which incorporates a high field superconducting NbTi magnet structure, a 28 GHz gryotron microwave source and a state of theExpand
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Fourth generation electron cyclotron resonance ion sources.
The concepts and technical challenges related to developing a fourth generation electron cyclotron resonance (ECR) ion source with a rf frequency greater than 40 GHz and magnetic confinement fieldsExpand
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The DESI Experiment Part II: Instrument Design
Author(s): Collaboration, DESI; Aghamousa, A; Aguilar, J; Ahlen, S; Alam, S; Allen, LE; Prieto, CA; Annis, J; Bailey, S; Balland, C; Ballester, O; Baltay, C; Beaufore, L; Bebek, C; Beers, TC; Bell,Expand
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Conservation Value of Cacao Agroforestry Systems for Terrestrial Herbaceous Species in Central Sulawesi, Indonesia
Tropical secondary forest and agroforestry systems have been identified as important refuges for the local species diversity of birds and other animal groups, but little is known about the importanceExpand
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STATUS REPORT AND RECENT DEVELOPMENTS WITH VENUS
Since the superconducting ECR ion source VENUS started operation with 28 GHz microwave heating in 2004 it has produced ion beam intensities such as 860 eμA of Ar, 200 eμA of U, or with respect toExpand
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Measurements of bremsstrahlung production and x-ray cryostat heating in VENUS
The VENUS superconducting electron cyclotron resonance (ECR) ion source is designed to operate at 28 GHz with up to 10 kW of rf power. Most of this power is absorbed by the plasma electrons and thenExpand
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Next generation ECR ion sources: First results of the superconducting 28 GHz ECRIS – VENUS
Abstract VENUS (Versatile ECR ion source for NUclear Science) is a next generation superconducting ECR ion source, designed to produce high current, high charge state ions for the 88-Inch CyclotronExpand
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