David C. Simon

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Parasites may be an important component of early life mortality in fishes, but assigning part of total mortality to parasites is difficult. The Chapman-Robson mortality estimator is a robust and potentially valuable way to quantify the added mortality of parasites when age data are available. We used daily age data and the Chapman-Robson catch-curve(More)
Thermal-pulse tomography (TPT) has been shown to be a valuable tool for non-destructively measuring three-dimensional electrical polarization and space-charge distributions in electret polymers. However, one of its drawbacks is the high thermal stress imposed on the sample surface when short pulses of laser light are focused to a tight spot. Q-switched(More)
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