Julie Barrette

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On leave from 32. ¶ The contributors on this author list have contributed only to those subsections of the report, which they cosign with their name. Only those have collaborated together, whose names appear together in the header of a given subsection. Abstract. This writeup is a compilation of the predictions for the forthcoming Heavy Ion Program at the(More)
To increase the wood supply to its industry, the government of Québec has allocated dead and sound wood (recently dead merchantable stems, DSW) to the wood supply chain in addition to the annual allowable cut of living trees. However, DSW is often criticized by sawmillers for its perceived poor quality and lower value. The objective of this study was to(More)
Strangeness and multi-strangeness particles production can be used to explore the initial transient field fluctuations in heavy ion collisions. We emphasize the role played by Junction anti-Junction (J ¯ J) loops and strong color electric fields (SCF) in these collisions. Transient field fluctuations of SCF on the baryon production in central (0-5 %) Pb+Pb(More)
  • Ph Jonnaert, J Barrette, +7 authors Macarena Bonhomme
  • 2015
The series IBE Working Papers on Curriculum Issues is intended to share interim results of ongoing research and to increase access to a range of unpublished documents, reports and exploratory studies produced at UNESCO-IBE, by IBE partners or members of the IBE network on curriculum development. These Working Papers are disseminated to a wide audience of(More)
  • Geneva, Switzerland, +6 authors Scotland
  • 2014
The series IBE Working Papers on Curriculum Issues is intended to share interim results of ongoing research and to increase access to a range of unpublished documents, reports and exploratory studies produced at UNESCO-IBE, by IBE partners or members of the IBE network on curriculum development. These Working Papers are disseminated to a wide audience of(More)
  • Ph Jonnaert, J Barrette, +10 authors Muy De Acuerdo
  • 2014
The series IBE Working Papers on Curriculum Issues is intended to share interim results of ongoing research and to increase access to a range of unpublished documents, reports and exploratory studies produced at UNESCO-IBE, by IBE partners or members of the IBE network on curriculum development. These Working Papers are disseminated to a wide audience of(More)
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