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  1. Special issue “Characterization of the geomagnetic field and its dynamic environment using data from space-based magnetometers” 

    Stolle C.; Olsen N.; Anderson B.; et al. (2021)
    Earth, Planets and Space
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  2. Experimental Evolution of Interference Competition 

    Gorter F.A.; Tabares-Mafla C.; Kassen R.; et al. (2021)
    Frontiers in Microbiology
    The importance of interference competition, where individuals compete through antagonistic traits such as the production of toxins, has long been recognized by ecologists, yet understanding how these types of interactions evolve remains limited. Toxin production is thought to be beneficial when competing with a competitor. Here, we explore if antagonism can evolve by long-term selection of the toxin (pyocin) producing strain Pseudomonas ...
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  3. Crustal architecture of a metallogenic belt and ophiolite belt: implications for mineral genesis and emplacement from 3-D electrical resistivity models (Bayankhongor area, Mongolia) 

    Comeau, Matthew J.; Becken, Michael; Kuvshinov, Alexey V.; et al. (2021)
    Earth, Planets and Space
    Crustal architecture strongly influences the development and emplacement of mineral zones. In this study, we image the crustal structure beneath a metallogenic belt and its surroundings in the Bayankhongor area of central Mongolia. In this region, an ophiolite belt marks the location of an ancient suture zone, which is presently associated with a reactivated fault system. Nearby, metamorphic and volcanic belts host important mineralization ...
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  4. Time Granularity Impact on Propagation of Disruptions in a System-of-Systems Simulation of Infrastructure and Business Networks 

    Dubaniowski, Mateusz Iwo; Heinimann, Hans Rudolf (2021)
    International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health
    A system-of-systems (SoS) approach is often used for simulating disruptions to business and infrastructure system networks allowing for integration of several models into one simulation. However, the integration is frequently challenging as each system is designed individually with different characteristics, such as time granularity. Understanding the impact of time granularity on propagation of disruptions between businesses and ...
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  5. Highly efficient THz four-wave mixing in doped silicon 

    Dessmann, Nils; Le, Nguyen H.; Eless, Viktoria; et al. (2021)
    Light: Science & Applications
    Third-order non-linearities are important because they allow control over light pulses in ubiquitous high-quality centro-symmetric materials like silicon and silica. Degenerate four-wave mixing provides a direct measure of the third-order non-linear sheet susceptibility χ(3)L (where L represents the material thickness) as well as technological possibilities such as optically gated detection and emission of photons. Using picosecond pulses ...
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