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  • G M Bonnor, K Iles, +9 authors Vancouver Forest
Nine hundred and forty permanent 0.05-to 0.10-ha plots were established in the Vancouver Forest Region by the B.C. Forest Productivity Committee in 1971-1975 to study the effects of thinning and/or fertilizing pure and mixed stands of immature Douglas-fir (Pseudotsuga menziesii [Mirb.] Franco var. men-ziesii) and western hemlock (Tsuga heterophylla [Raf.](More)
In this study, we present new data from microthermometry of fluid inclusions entrapped in hydrothermal veins along the Cocos Ridge from the IODP Expedition 344 Site U1414. The results of our study concern a primary task of IODP Expedition 344 to evaluate fluid/rock interaction linked with the tec-tonic evolution of the incoming Cocos Plate from the Early(More)
One of the major factors that influence the mechanical properties of the cast alloy is the cooling rate during the solidification process. The objective of the present research work was to examine the effects of cooling rate on the mechanical properties of the A380 aluminum alloy cast. To study the variations in the mechanical properties with respect to(More)
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