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Variability in dense shelf water formation can potentially impact Antarctic Bottom Water (AABW) production, a vital component of the global climate system. In East Antarctica, the George V Land polynya system (142-150°E) is structured by the local 'icescape', promoting sea ice formation that is driven by the offshore wind regime. Here we present the first(More)
SUMMARY This report describes a quantification method for lumi-nance non-uniformity of a large LED backlight. In experiments described herein, participants subjectively evaluated artificial indistinct Mura images that simulated luminance non-uniformity of an LED backlight. We measured the luminance distribution of the Mura images. Then, the measured(More)
Since 1992 the CANGAROO 3.8m imaging telescope has been used to search for sources of TeV gamma-rays. Results are presented here for observations of four Southern Hemisphere BL-Lacs-PKS0521-365 ,PKS2316-423, PKS2005-489 and EXO0423-084. In addition to testing for steady DC emission, a night by night burst excess search has been performed for each source.(More)
A fourth production region for the globally important Antarctic bottom water has been attributed to dense shelf water formation in the Cape Darnley Polynya, adjoining Prydz Bay in East Antarctica. Here we show new observations from CTD-instrumented elephant seals in 2011-2013 that provide the first complete assessment of dense shelf water formation in Prydz(More)
SUMMARY We developed a quantitative evaluation method for lumi-nance and color uniformity on a display screen. In this paper, we report the analysis result of a viewer perception of luminance and color uniformity. In experiments, observers subjectively evaluated Mura images which were showed on the light emitting diode (LED) backlight screen by adjusting(More)
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