Manny Oliver

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[1] An improved knowledge of iron biogeochemistry is needed to better understand key controls on the functioning of high-nitrate low-chlorophyll (HNLC) oceanic regions. Iron budgets for HNLC waters have been constructed using data from disparate sources ranging from laboratory algal cultures to ocean physics. In summer 2003 we conducted FeCycle, a 10-day(More)
Aluminum oxide and yttrium oxide thin films are known to be excellent hosts for rare-earth ions and prospective materials for active integrated optical applications [1]. Both materials have sufficiently large refractive indices for the realization of highly compact integrated optical devices. They also have a high transparency, which is required for(More)
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