Sonney George

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Spatially-explicit harvest scheduling models optimize the spatiotemporal layout of forest management actions to best meet management objectives such as profit maximization, even flow of products, or wildlife habitat preservation while satisfying a variety of constraints. This investigation focuses on modeling maximum harvest opening size restrictions whose(More)
College of Forest Resources, University of Washington, Box 352100, Seattle, WA 98195, United States USDA Forest Service, Northern Research Station, 1992 Folwell Ave., St. Paul, MN 55108, United States c School of Forest Resources, Penn State University, 203 Forest Resources Bldg., University Park, PA 16802, United States Department of Natural Resources and(More)
M. Rosenbusch, P. Ascher, D. Atanasov, C. Barbieri, D. Beck, K. Blaum, Ch. Borgmann, M. Breitenfeldt, R. B. Cakirli, A. Cipollone, S. George, F. Herfurth, M. Kowalska, S. Kreim, D. Lunney, V. Manea, P. Navrátil, D. Neidherr, L. Schweikhard, V. Somà, J. Stanja, F. Wienholtz, R. N. Wolf, and K. Zuber Institut für Physik, Ernst-Moritz-Arndt Universität(More)
-The Event Filter selection stage is a fundamental component of the ATLAS Trigger and Data Acquisition architecture. Its primary function is the reduction of data flow and rate to values acceptable by the mass storage operations and by the subsequent off-line data reconstruction and analysis steps. The computing instrument of the EF is organized as a set of(More)
V. Manea,1,2,* P. Ascher,2,† D. Atanasov,2 A. E. Barzakh,3 D. Beck,4 K. Blaum,2 Ch. Borgmann,2 M. Breitenfeldt,5 R. B. Cakirli,2,‡ T. E. Cocolios,6,§ T. Day Goodacre,6,7 D. V. Fedorov,3 V. N. Fedosseev,7 S. George,2 F. Herfurth,4 M. Kowalska,8 S. Kreim,2,8 Yu. A. Litvinov,4 D. Lunney,1 B. Marsh,7 D. Neidherr,4 M. Rosenbusch,9 R. E. Rossel,7,10 S. Rothe,7,10(More)
Mass values contribute to a number of physical models: these range from masses of exotic short-lived nuclides being important for weak interaction studies and the Standard Model of particle physics, to stable masses as means for the definition of fundamental constants [1]. Since the discovery of the superheavy elements from to , the investigations in their(More)
S. Naimi, G. Audi, D. Beck, K. Blaum, Ch. Böhm, Ch. Borgmann, M. Breitenfeldt,* S. George, F. Herfurth, A. Herlert, M. Kowalska, S. Kreim, D. Lunney, D. Neidherr, M. Rosenbusch, S. Schwarz, L. Schweikhard, and K. Zuber CSNSM-IN2P3-CNRS, Université de Paris Sud, 91405 Orsay, France GSI Helmholtzzentrum für Schwerionenforschung GmbH, 64291 Darmstadt, Germany(More)
We propose precision mass measurements on a series of short-lived nuclides for the investigation of proton-neutron interactions and two neutron separation energies and their role in nuclear structure, especially concerning deformation and collectivity. The nuclides include neutron-rich Nd, Sm, Dy, Er, and Yb isotopes, as well as Hf. The investigations will(More)
M. Kowalska † 1*, D. Beck2, K. Blaum2,3, M. Breitenfeldt4, S. George2,3, F. Herfurth2, A. Herlert1, A. Kellerbauer5, H.-J. Kluge2,6, D. Lunney7, S. Naimi7, D. Neidherr2, S. Schwarz8, and L. Schweikhard4 1CERN, Geneva, Switzerland; 2GSI, Darmstadt, Germany; 3Johannes Gutenberg-Universität, Mainz, Germany; 4Ernst-Moritz-Arndt-Universität, Greifswald, Germany;(More)