S B Schwartz

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We report on results from a World Climate Research Program workshop on representations of scavenging and deposition processes in global transport models of the atmosphere. 15 models were evaluated by comparing simulations of radon, lead, sulfur dioxide, and sulfate against each other, and against observations of these constituents. This paper provides a(More)
HeImholtz (1867) suggested that the retinal image displacement vector, the afferent signal, is compared with the expected saccadic displacement vector, the efferent copy (Holst and Mittelstaedt, 1950) carried by the corollary discharge (Sperry, 1950) and this process may be called the " vectorial Helmholtzian com-parator for the frame of reference ". The(More)
This paper describes the development of a streamflow forecasting model based on the Sacramento soil moisture accounting model and applies optimal filtering techniques to sequentially update watershed-scale soil moisture state values, to improve streamflow predictions. In general hydrology is the study of the waters of the Earth, especially with relation to(More)
We report on results from a World Climate Research Program workshop on representations of scavenging and deposition processes in global transport models of the atmosphere. 15 models were evaluated by comparing simulations of radon, lead, sulfur dioxide, and sulfate against each other, and against observations of these constituents. This paper provides a(More)
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The thermonuclear ^{30}P(p,γ)^{31}S reaction rate is critical for modeling the final elemental and isotopic abundances of ONe nova nucleosynthesis, which affect the calibration of proposed nova thermometers and the identification of presolar nova grains, respectively. Unfortunately, the rate of this reaction is essentially unconstrained experimentally,(More)
Classical novae are expected to contribute to the 1809-keV Galactic γ-ray emission by producing its precursor 26Al, but the yield depends on the thermonuclear rate of the unmeasured 25Al(p,γ)26Si reaction. Using the β decay of 26P to populate the key J(π)=3(+) resonance in this reaction, we report the first evidence for the observation of its exit channel(More)
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