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Band alignment of rutile and anatase TiO₂.
It is demonstrated, through a combination of state-of-the-art materials simulation techniques and X-ray photoemission experiments, that a type-II, staggered, band alignment of ~ 0.4 eV exists between anatase and rutile with anatase possessing the higher electron affinity, or work function.
A revision of the Iblidae and the stalked barnacles (Crustacea: Cirripedia: Thoracica), including new ordinal, familial and generic taxa, and two new species from New Zealand and Tasmanian waters
The discovery of two diminutive and very distinct ibliform barnacles from shallow waters off northern New Zealand and northeastern Tasmania provides an opportunity to re-evaluate the Iblidae, the most primitive of the living thoracicans, and it is recommended that the remainder of the stalkedThoracicans be divided between three new orders.
Band alignment of rutile and anatase TiO 2
The most widely used oxide for photocatalytic applications owing to its low cost and high activity is TiO2. The discovery of the photolysis of water on the surface of TiO2 in 19721 launched four
Neolepas osheai sp. nov., a new deep‐sea vent barnacle (Cirripedia: Pedunculata) from the Brothers Caldera, south‐west Pacific Ocean
This new record increases the number of described Neolepas species to four, three of which are living and the other, a fossil, is however tentatively ascribed to the genus and is known in rocks of Early Jurassic age.
Cirripedia Thoracica: Verrucomorpha of New Caledonia, Indonesia, Wallis and Futuna Islands
V e r r u c o m o r p h a f r o m d e e p sea col lec t ions made by several French cruises in N e w Ca ledon ian area ( including Chesterf ield and Loyal ty Islands), Wall is Island and Futuna
Vulcanolepas scotiaensis sp. nov., a new deep-sea scalpelliform barnacle (Eolepadidae: Neolepadinae) from hydrothermal vents in the Scotia Sea, Antarctica.
A new deep-sea stalked barnacle is described from hydrothermal vents at depths of 2400-2600 metres along segments of the East Scotia Ridge and from 1400 metres in the Kemp Caldera, confirming a wide distribution in southern seas for Vulcanolepas, complementing the previous records from deep- sea vents in the Lau Basin and Kermadec Ridge in the southwest Pacific.
Whale barnacles and Neogene cetacean migration routes
Abstract An exceptional fossil assemblage of the ec‐toparasitic whale barnacle Coronula diadema was recently discovered from late Pliocene‐Pleistocene sediments outcropping on the coast of Ecuador
Terrestrial Methods for Monitoring Cliff Erosion in an Urban Environment
Abstract Terrestrial methods that may be used to quantify cliff erosion rates, and to qualify the real status of coastal areas currently zoned for building are described. The methods are fast,