Jennifer L Page

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The chemosensory signal structure governing the upstream progress of blue crabs to an odorant source was examined. We used a three-dimensional laser-induced fluorescence system to collect chemical concentration data simultaneously with behavior observations of actively tracking blue crabs (Callinectes sapidus) in a variety of plume types. This allowed us to(More)
This study examined the role of broadly distributed sensor populations in chemosensory searching, especially cross-stream heading adjustment. We used three-dimensional laser-induced fluorescence to collect chemical concentration data simultaneously with behavior observations of actively tracking blue crabs (Callinectes sapidus). Our analysis indicates that(More)
Classical molecular dynamics (MD) is a frequently used technique in the study of radiation damage cascades because it provides information on very small time and length scales inaccessible to experiment. In a radiation damage process, energy transfer from ions to electrons may be important, yet there is continued uncertainty over how to accurately(More)
The design of metals and alloys resistant to radiation damage involves the physics of electronic excitations and the creation of defects and microstructure. During irradiation damage of metals by high energy particles, energy is exchanged between ions and electrons. Such "nonadiabatic" processes violate the Born-Oppenheimer approximation, on which all(More)
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