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  • Diversity and abundance of microbial eukaryotes in stream sediments from Svalbard 

    Hindshaw, RS; Lindsay, MR; Boyd, ES (Springer, 2017-03-31)
    Microbial eukaryotes are increasingly being recognised for their role in global biogeochemical cycles, yet very few studies have focussed on their distribution in high-latitude stream sediments, an important habitat which ...
  • Anatomy of Heinrich Layer 1 and its role in the last deglaciation 

    Hodell, DA; Nicholl, JA; Bontognali, TRR; Danino, S; Dorador, J; Dowdeswell, JA; Einsle, J et al. (Wiley, 2017-03-30)
    X-ray fluorescence (XRF) core scanning and X-ray computed tomography data were measured every 1 mm to study the structure of Heinrich Event 1 during the last deglaciation at International Ocean Discovery Program Site U1308. ...
  • Atmospheric methane variability: Centennial-scale signals in the Last Glacial Period 

    Rhodes, RH; Brook, EJ; McConnell, JR; Blunier, T; Sime, LC; Faïn, X; Mulvaney, R
    In order to understand atmospheric methane (CH$_{4}$) biogeochemistry now and in the future, we must apprehend its natural variability, without anthropogenic influence. Samples of ancient air trapped within ice cores provide ...
  • Ultrafast Switching in Avalanche-Driven Ferroelectrics by Supersonic Kink Movements 

    Salje, EKH; Wang, X; Ding, X; Scott, JF (Wiley, 2017-01-01)
    Devices operating at GHz frequencies can be based on ferroelectric kink-domains moving at supersonic speed. The kinks are located inside ferroelastic twin boundaries and are extremely mobile. Computer simulation shows that ...

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