Hydrological aspects of the artificial catchment Chicken Creek

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CUAHSI 4/17/2009 Cyberseminar presentation by Harmut Holländer, Brandenburgische Technische Universität Cottbus

The Effects of Agriculture Management Practices on Hydrologic Forcing at the Watershed Scale Under Various Hydrologic Conditions

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CUAHSI 4/10/2009 Cyberseminar presentation by Thanos Papanicolaou, University of Iowa

Geological Storage as a Carbon Mitigation Option

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CUAHSI 3/6/2009 Cyberseminar presentation by Michael Celia, Princeton University

State and Regional Hydrologic Information Systems - presentation by David Maidment & David Tarboton

submitted by: cmatiuk
Maidment & Tarboton: The CUAHSI Hydrologic Information System enables water data to be delivered through the internet in a common language called WaterML, which describes time series of observations measured at a point locations for quantities such as streamflow, water quality, climate and groundwater conditions. Collections of water observations data from a variety of sources are stored in the CUAHSI Observations Data Model and published in WaterML as CUAHSI water data web services....

From a Queen Song to a Better Music Search Engine

submitted by: ucsandiego
At a recent IEEE technology conference, UC San Diego electrical engineers presented a solution to their problem with the song “Bohemian Rhapsody,”—and it’s not that they don’t like this hit from the band Queen. The electrical engineers’ issue with “Bohemian Rhapsody” is that it is too heterogeneous... http://ucsdnews.ucsd.edu/newsrel/students/05-09Barrington.asp

Aggregation of mouse fetal cells on a NAN nanofiber insert.

submitted by: Arjumond
Visualization of the formation of multiple small punctate areas of aggregation across the surface of a NAN nanofiber insert. Early passage mouse fetal cells in suspension were injected into a Sykes-Moore chamber containing a NAN nanofiber insert. The cells attached to the nanofiber insert and were observed for seven days using time-lapse videomicrography. Cell cultures growing on NAN nanofiber inserts behave differently from such behavior on SAN nanofiber inserts, both of which provide a...