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  1. Keep calm and manage your data. Research data management education for scientists in Switzerland. 

    Sesartic, Ana; Barillari, Caterina; Dieudé, Aude; et al. (2018)
    Researchers at Higher Education Institutions in Switzerland generate large amounts of data of various types in their daily work. In order to ensure their usability in the long term and to meet the requirements of investors, they depend on efficient data management, including the creation of data management plans (DMPs). The latter became particularly relevant following the announcement by the Swiss National Science Foundation (SNSF) that ...
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  2. Kinematic Determination Of GNSS Orbits Including Clock Modeling 

    Koch, Donovan; Rothacher, Markus; Meindl, Michael; et al. (2018)
    Modern orbital products from the International GNSS Service (IGS) analysis centers are based on dynamic orbit models including a variety of perturbation forces. It is well-known that the errors caused by modeling deficiencies are propagating into further products like satellite clock corrections, station coordinates, Earth rotation parameters (ERP) and troposphere zenith delays, producing artifacts in the time series at the draconitic ...
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  3. The history of galaxy formation as a cosmological probe 

    Conselice, Christopher J.; Bluck, Asa F.L.; Mortlock, Alice; et al. (2015)
    American Astronomical Society Meeting Abstracts
    As galaxy formation and evolution over long cosmic time-scales depends to a large degree on the structure of the universe thus the assembly history of galaxies is potentially a powerful approach for learning about the universe itself. As the first step we will present the predicted merger history of dark matter haloes based on the Extended Press-Schechter formalism as a function of cosmological parameters, redshift and halo mass. We ...
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  4. Star-forming Properties of Massive Galaxies in the GOODS NICMOS Survey (GNS) 

    Bauer, Amanda E.; Conselice, Christopher J.; Buitrago, Fernando; et al. (2010)
    Bulletin of the American Astronomical Society
    We present a study of the star formation rates for GOODS NICMOS Survey (GNS) galaxies, based on deep HST/NICMOS H-band images of the GOODS North and South fields. We investigate the properties of 80 massive galaxies, with M*>1011 Msun between 1.5<z<3. Utilizing the HST/ACS photometry of the massive galaxies, we calculate redshifts, stellar masses, star-forming properties, sizes, and morphologies to determine how these galaxies evolve with ...
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  5. The HST GOODS NICMOS Survey: The Formation of Massive Galaxies 

    Bluck, Asa F.L.; Conselice, Christopher J.; Buitrago, Fernando; et al. (2011)
    Bulletin of the American Astronomical Society
    The GOODS NICMOS Survey is a large Hubble Space Telescope survey which images 1/6 the area of the total GOODS fields in the near infrared (H-band). It obtains unprecedented depth and area coverage, centering its 180 orbits (and 60 pointings) around the most massive galaxies in the Universe at z 1.5 - 3. At these redshifts we observe rest-frame optical light and can therefore resolve to relatively high resolution the established stellar ...
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  6. Evidence for Gas Accretion into Distant Massive Galaxies from the GOODS NICMOS Survey 

    Conselice, Christopher J.; Mortlock, Alice; Bluck, Asa F.L. (2012)
    219th AAS Meeting, Austin, TX, January 2012. AAS Winter Meeting Abstracts
    We discuss a full analysis of the modes of galaxy formation for massive galaxies with log M > 11 at z < 3 based on data from the Hubble GOODS NICMOS Survey. I will discuss the role of major mergers, star formation, and for the first time, minor mergers, in the formation of massive galaxies from z=3 until today. This is possible due to using new near-infrared Hubble Space Telescope imaging from NICMOS focused on massive galaxies in the ...
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  7. The Formation And Evolution Of Massive Galaxies And Their Supermassive Black Holes Over The Past 12 Billion Years 

    Bluck, Asa F.L.; Conselice, Christopher J.; GNS Group (2012)
    219th AAS Meeting, Austin, TX, January 2012. AAS Winter Meeting Abstracts
    We present results from the recently completed GOODS NICMOS Survey,which utilizes 180 orbits of the HST with NIC-3 H-band imaging of$\gt$8000 galaxies in the GOODS fields. Moreover, we construct a uniquesample of 80 extremely massive galaxies (with log(M*) $\gt$ 11) at highredshifts (z = 1.7 - 3) and examine their merger properties throughmorphological and close pair methods. This represents the largest andmost thorough merger history ...
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  8. Automated vehicles and Alpine regions: Capacities and service levels 

    Axhausen, Kay W. (2018)
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  9. Copper, gold and bismuth behavior in magmatic-hydrothermal systems: fluid-inclusion LA-ICP-MS study 

    Schlöglova, Katerina; Wälle, Markus; Heinrich, Christoph A.; et al. (2017)
    Proceedings of the 14th Biennial SGA Meeting, Quebéc, Canada
    This study compares the elemental composition of fluid inclusions hosted in various co-existing minerals from magmatic-hydrothermal systems. We present data in support of post-entrapment modification of fluid inclusions hosted in quartz, showing that Cu can be enriched up to three orders of magnitude in the S-bearing vapor inclusions when compared to coeval inclusions hosted in topaz and beryl. For analysis of the Au concentrations in ...
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  10. Complementarities among Education Types in Determining Firms’ Productivity 

    Bolli, Thomas; Pusterlay, Filippo (2018)
    IV LEER Workshop on Education Economics. Book of abstracts
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  11. Are rumen-protected n-3 and n-6 fatty acids differently incorporated into different bovine adipose tissues? 

    Wolf, Christina; Gredig, Nicole; Berard, Joel; et al. (2018)
    Proceedings of the Society of Nutrition Physiology ~ 72nd Conference 13th - 15th March 2018 in Göttingen
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  12. Investigations on the additivity of the effects of polyphenol rich plant extracts in methane mitigation In vitro 

    Sinz, Susanne; Marquardt, Svenja; Liesegang, A.; et al. (2018)
    Proceedings of the Society of Nutrition Physiology ~ 72nd Conference 13th - 15th March 2018 in Göttingen
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  13. Grazing biodiverse mountainous pastures with different slopes throughout summer season affects feetling behaviour and diet selection of dairy cows 

    Koczura, Madeline; Verdel, V.; Bouchon, M.; et al. (2018)
    Proceedings of the Society of Nutrition physiology ~ 72nd Conference 13th - 15th March 2018 in Göttingen
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  14. Intake potential by cows of different woody and herbaceous plants rich in phenols 

    Terranova, Melissa; Wang, S.; Kreuzer, Michael; et al. (2018)
    Proceedings of the Society of Nutrition Physiology ~ 72nd Conference 13th - 15th March 2018 in Göttingen
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  15. Response to a diet composed of food inclustry by-products of late laying dual-purpose hens in comparison to layer hybrids 

    Müller, Sabine; Messikommer, Ruth E.; Kreuzer, Michael; et al. (2018)
    Proceedings of the Society of Nutrition Physiology ~ 72nd Conference 13th - 15th March 2018 in Göttingen
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  16. Effect ofhazel (Corylus avellana) leaves on methane and urinary nitrogen emissions by sheep 

    Wang, S.; Terranova, Melissa; Kreuzer, Michael; et al. (2018)
    Proceedings of the Society of Nutrition Physiology ~ 72nd Conference 13th - 15th March 2018 in Göttingen
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  17. EP-1661: Effect of couch tracking upon volunteers 

    Lang, S.; Zeimetz, J.; Ochsner, G.; et al. (2014)
    Radiotherapy & Oncology
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  18. III-V GaAs and InP HBT device for 4G & 5G wireless applications 

    Bolognesi, Colombo R. (2018)
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