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  1. Mode of continental breakup of marginal seas 

    Mohn, Geoffroy; Ringenbach, Jean-Claude; Nirrengarten, Michael; et al. (2022)
    We investigated the continent-ocean transition (COT) structure of three main marginal seas in the western Pacific Ocean (South China Sea, Coral Sea, and Woodlark Basin) to determine the tectono-magmatic processes acting during continental breakup. The COT formed from the activity of a low-angle normal fault system localizing deformation during final rifting. Extension was contemporaneous with magmatic activity, including volcanic edifices, ...
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  2. Impossibility of Superluminal Signaling in Minkowski Spacetime Does Not Rule Out Causal Loops 

    Vilasini, Venkatesh; Colbeck, Roger (2022)
    Physical Review Letters
    Causality is fundamental to science, but it appears in several different forms. One is relativistic causality, which is tied to a spacetime structure and forbids signaling outside the future. A second is an operational notion of causation that considers the flow of information between physical systems and interventions on them. In [V. Vilasini and R. Colbeck, General framework for cyclic and fine-tuned causal models and their compatibility ...
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  3. Location of pedicle screw hold in relation to bone quality and loads 

    Cornaz, Frédéric; Farshad, Mazda; Widmer, Jonas (2022)
    Frontiers in Bioengineering and Biotechnology
    Introduction: Sufficient screw hold is an indispensable requirement for successful spinal fusion, but pedicle screw loosening is a highly prevalent burden. The aim of this study was to quantify the contribution of the pedicle and corpus region in relation to bone quality and loading amplitude of pedicle screws with traditional trajectories. Methods: After CT examination to classify bone quality, 14 pedicle screws were inserted into ...
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  4. Structure and Content of Information Competence of Foreign Students of Medical Specialties 

    Davydova, Zhanna (2022)
    Innovative Pedagogy
    Review Article

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