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    Authors: 
    Keld Rømer Rasmussen; Harald Elmo Mikkelsen;

    The efficiency of three vertical array field traps for measuring the distribution of aeolian mass transport with height was compared with measurements with an isokinetic trap. The vertical traps seem to work adequately (efficiency > 80%) at heights greater than ≈15 mm a...

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    Authors: 
    Mikael Aktor;
    Country: Denmark

    The starting point of this article is the observation that more scholars of Buddhism seem to be engaged in Buddhist practices than their colleagues in the study of Hinduism are engaged in Hindu practices. It aims to examine this observation more closely and discuss the ...

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    Authors: 
    Jesper Stokkendal; Henrik Friis; Johan B. Svendsen; Mette Lise Kjær Poulsen; Lars Hamberg;

    Abstract The Hermod sand of the Stine Segments, Siri Field, Danish North Sea, displays large permeability variations (1–600 mD). These permeability variations represent horizontal layering in the reservoir, largely formed by diagenetic processes. They have a significant...

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    Sirous Eydivandi; Goutam Sahana; Mehdi Momen; Mohammad Moradi; Anna A. Schönherz;

    The heterogeneity of climate and different agro-ecological conditions in Iran have resulted in development of 27 indigenous sheep breeds. Wild Asiatic mouflon (Ovis orientalis) is believed to be the ancestor of Iranian sheep. Evaluation of genetic diversity and populati...

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    Authors: 
    Skov, Mette;
    Publisher: iSchools
    Country: Denmark
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    Mitra, Anita V.; Bancroft, Elizabeth K.; Barbachano, Yolanda; Page, Elizabeth C.; Foster, C. S.; Jameson, C.; Mitchell, G.; Lindeman, G. J.; Stapleton, A.; Suthers, G.; +40 more
    Countries: Netherlands, Denmark

    What's known on the subject? and What does the study add? Scientists have found a number of genetic factors that increase prostate cancer risk, including heritable mutations in the genes BRCA1 and BRCA2. These mutations are not common but can have major impact, as a BRC...

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    Rasmussen, Kaare Lund; Boldsen, Jesper Lier; Kristensen, Hans Krongaard; Skytte, Lilian; Hansen, Katrine Lykke; Mølholm, Louise; Grootes, Pieter M.; Nadeau, Marie-Josée; Flöche Eriksen, Karen Marie;
    Country: Denmark

    Abstract Mercury has been measured in Danish medieval bones interred at several cemeteries. Bone diagenesis is estimated to play an insignificant role based on measurements of soil samples taken vertically and horizontally away from the thighbone at three graves. Our st...

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    Authors: 
    Troels Andreasen; Per Anker Jensen; Jørgen Fischer Nilsson; Patrizia Paggio; Bolette Sandford Pedersen; Hanne Erdman Thomsen;
    Country: Denmark

    This paper describes a method and a system for content-based querying of texts based on the availability of an ontology for the concepts in the text domain. A key principle in the system is the extraction of conceptual content of noun phrases into descriptors forming an...

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    Authors: 
    Jonas Ross Kjærgård;

    In the last fifteen years, scholars from diverse fields, including early American studies, French studies, Latin American Studies, and post-colonial studies, have turned their attention to the complex history and literature of the Haitian revolution. What was once a “si...

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    Authors: 
    al Khasawneh, Sahar; Murray, Andrew; Kafafi, Zeidan; Petit, Lucas;

    ABSTRACTIn this study, we investigate quartz-based luminescence optical dating of Iron Age deposits at the archaeological site of Tell Damiyah in the Jordan valley. Ten samples, taken from different occupation layers from two different excavation areas, proved to have g...