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  1. Reconstructing the gorte and spiaz de navesele landslides, NE of Lake Garda, Trentino dolomites (Italy) 

    Ruggia G.; Ivy-Ochs S.; Aaron J.; et al. (2021)
    Geosciences (Switzerland)
    We applied a multi-method approach to reconstruct the Gorte rock avalanche (85–95 Mm3) located at the northeastern end of Lake Garda. The combination of field mapping, characterization of bedrock discontinuities, Dan3D-Flex runout modeling and dating of boulders with cosmogenic 36 Cl supports the conclusion that the deposits stem from a single rock avalanche at 6.1 ± 0.8 ka. The Gorte event may have triggered the Spiaz de Navesele–Salto ...
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  2. Possibilities of additive technologies for the manufacturing of tooling from corrosion-resistant steels in order to protect parts surfaces from thermochemical treatment 

    Metel A.; Tarasova T.; Gutsaliuk E.; et al. (2021)
    Metals
    The structure and physical–mechanical properties of products made from powders of corrosion-resistant steel 12X18H10T by the laser-beam powder bed fusion (LB-PBF) and subsequent ion-plasma nitriding in the work were investigated. Comparative studies of the physical mechanical properties of specimens made by the LB-PBF and conventional method from steel of the same grade were carried out. The density of the specimens and the coefficient ...
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  3. Recurrent rewiring of the adult hippocampal mossy fiber system by a single transcriptional regulator, Id2 

    Luo W.; Egger M.; Domonkos A.; et al. (2021)
    Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America
    Circuit formation in the central nervous system has been historically studied during development, after which cell-autonomous and nonautonomous wiring factors inactivate. In principle, balanced reactivation of such factors could enable further wiring in adults, but their relative contributions may be circuit dependent and are largely unknown. Here, we investigated hippocampal mossy fiber sprouting to gain insight into wiring mechanisms ...
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  4. Earth history events shaped the evolution of uneven biodiversity across tropical moist forests 

    Hagen O.; Skeels A.; Onstein R.E.; et al. (2021)
    Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America
    Far from a uniform band, the biodiversity found across Earth’s tropical moist forests varies widely between the high diversity of the Neotropics and Indomalaya and the relatively lower diversity of the Afrotropics. Explanations for this variation across different regions, the “pantropical diversity disparity” (PDD), remain contentious, due to difficulty teasing apart the effects of contemporary climate and paleoenvironmental history. Here, ...
    Journal Article
  5. Curved-bar rack bypass systems for fish guidance at hydropower plants and water intakes 

    Beck C.; Albayrak I.; Leuch C.; et al. (2021)
    WasserWirtschaft
    A new type of fish guidance structure with vertical, curved bars in combination with a bypass system (BS) represents a promising technical solution for fish protection and fish guidance at run-of-river hydropower plants and water intakes. These so-called curved-bar rack bypass systems (CBR-BS) are characterized by low hydraulic head losses, a symmetrical flow field downstream of the rack and a high fish protection and guidance efficiency ...
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