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Spatial and temporal characteristics of droughts in Central Asia during 1966-2015.
In drought-prone regions like Central Asia, drought monitoring studies are paramount to provide valuable information for drought risk mitigation. In this paper, the spatiotemporal droughtExpand
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Fluid forces on a very low Reynolds number airfoil and their prediction
Abstract This paper presents the measurements of mean and fluctuating forces on an NACA0012 airfoil over a large range of angle ( α ) of attack (0–90°) and low to small chord Reynolds numbers ( Re cExpand
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Spin transport in cold Fermi gases: A pseudogap interpretation of spin diffusion experiments at unitarity
We address recent spin transport experiments in ultracold unitary Fermi gases. We provide a theoretical understanding for how the measured temperature dependence of the spin diffusivity at low T canExpand
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Future climate change projects positive impacts on sugarcane productivity in southern China.
Abstract Climate change is recognised to alter the distribution of rainfall and increase temperature and atmospheric CO2 concentration [CO2] and pose a formidable challenge to the sustainability ofExpand
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Three-dimensional positron emission tomography/computed tomography analysis of 13NO3- uptake and 13N distribution in growing kohlrabi.
We report the application of three-dimensional positron emission tomography/computed tomography (PET/CT) for the analysis of (13)NO(3)(-) uptake and (13)N distribution in growing kohlrabi. TheExpand
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Perfect fluids and bad metals: insights from ultracold Fermi gases
In this paper, we examine in a unified-fashion dissipative transport in strongly correlated systems. We thereby demonstrate the connection between 'bad metals' (such as high-temperatureExpand
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Comparative study of BCS-BEC crossover theories above T{sub c}: The nature of the pseudogap in ultracold atomic Fermi gases
This article presents a comparison of two finite-temperature BCS-Bose-Einstein condensation (BEC) crossover theories above the transition temperature: Nozieres-Schmitt-Rink (NSR) theory and finite-TExpand
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The boundary effects of transverse field Ising model
Advance in quantum simulations using trapped ions or superconducting elements allows detailed analysis of the transverse field Ising model (TFIM), which can exhibit a quantum phase transition and hasExpand
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Algebraic properties of ground states of BCS and BEC superfluids
Abstract By using Bogoliubov transformations to construct the ground states of fermionic Bardeen–Cooper–Schrieffer (BCS) superfluids and weakly-interacting Bose gases supporting Bose EinsteinExpand
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Generation of spatial atmospheric turbulence field in aircraft motion simulation based on refined similarity hypothesis
It is necessary to build turbulence model to study the response of aircraft to atmospheric turbulence for high resolution earth observation. The conventional method is on the basis of Dryden’s modelExpand
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