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Adjoint method for obtaining backward‐in‐time location and travel time probabilities of a conservative groundwater contaminant
Backward location and travel time probabilities can be used to determine the prior location of contamination in an aquifer. For a contaminant particle that was detected in an aquifer, the backwardExpand
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Adjoint‐derived location and travel time probabilities for a multidimensional groundwater system
Backward location and travel time probabilities can be used to determine the former location of contamination in an aquifer. For a contaminant parcel that was detected in an aquifer the backwardExpand
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A novel paraffin/expanded perlite composite phase change material for prevention of PCM leakage in cementitious composites
In this study, a novel thermal energy storage composite was developed by impregnating paraffin into hydrophobic coated expanded perlite (EPO) granules. A paraffin/uncoated expanded perlite (EPW)Expand
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Energy saving potential of phase change materials in major Australian cities
Abstract The potential of phase change materials (PCM) in reducing the heating/cooling energy consumption of residential houses along with several factors influencing the effectiveness of PCM wereExpand
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Course and distribution of efferent fibers in the cochlea of the mouse
The course, distribution and termination of single efferent fibers to the cochlea has been described in only a few animals and relatively few fibers have been studied with knowledge of theirExpand
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Imaging the cochlea by magnetic resonance microscopy
The isolated, fixed cochlea of the mustached bat was studied with three dimensional magnetic resonance (MR) microscopy. The cochlea of this animal is about 4 mm in diameter and its entire volume wasExpand
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Comparison of inverse methods for reconstructing the release history of a groundwater contamination source
Inverse methods can be used to reconstruct the release history of a known source of groundwater contamination from concentration data describing the present-day spatial distribution of theExpand
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Analysis and optimization of NDVI definitions and areal fraction models in remote sensing of vegetation
Variations in the definition of the Normalized Difference Vegetation Index (NDVI) and inconsistencies in vegetation areal fraction models prejudice the understanding of long‐term variability andExpand
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Induced infiltration in aquifers with ambient flow
Well water quality depends on the relative amounts of water drawn from the pumped aquifer and nearby surface water bodies, such as streams, lakes, and wetlands. Although a surface water body mayExpand
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Dispersive mixing in a partially saturated porous medium.
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