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An enduring rapidly moving storm as a guide to Saturn’s Equatorial jet’s complex structure
(Nature Publishing, 2016-11-08)
Saturn has an intense and broad eastward equatorial jet with a complex three-dimensional structure mixed with time variability. The equatorial region experiences strong seasonal insolation variations enhanced by ring ...
Influence of Upconversion Processes in the Optically-Induced Inhomogeneous Thermal Behavior of Erbium-Doped Lanthanum Oxysulfide Powders
The efficient infrared-to-visible upconversion emission present in Er-doped lanthanum oxysulfide crystal powders is used as a fine thermal sensor to determine the influence of upconversion processes on the laser-induced ...
Random Laser Action in Nd:YAG Crystal Powder Jon
This work explores the room temperature random stimulated emission at 1.064 mu m of a Nd:YAG crystal powder (Neodymium-doped yttrium aluminum garnet) in a very simple pump configuration with no assistance from an internal ...
A Decade of GRB Follow-Up by BOOTES in Spain (2003-2013)
This article covers ten years of GRB follow-ups by the Spanish BOOTES stations: 71 follow-ups providing 23 detections. Follow-ups by BOOTES-1B from 2005 to 2008 were given in a previous article and are here reviewed and ...
Sustainable Cultural Tourism in Urban Destinations: Does Space Matter?
Policy makers and tourism developers must understand visitors' mobility behavior and how they consume space and tourism resources in order to set up sustainable cultural tourism destinations. With this in mind, it should ...
Growth of Co Nanomagnet Arrays with Enhanced Magnetic Anisotropy
(Wiley Blackwell, 2016-09)
A trigon structure formed by submonolayer gadolinium deposition onto Au(111) is revealed as a robust growth template for Co nanodot arrays. Scanning Tunneling Microscopy and X-Ray Magnetic Circular Dichroism measurements ...