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  • Boer, B. de; Lourens, L.J.; Wal, R.S.W. van de (Nature Publishing Group, 2014)
    Marine sediment records from the Oligocene and Miocene reveal clear 400,000-year climate cycles related to variations in orbital eccentricity. These cycles are also observed in the Plio-Pleistocene records of the global ...
  • Wit, B. de; Nicolai, H. (2013)
    Motivated by the fact that there exists a continuous one-parameter family of gauged SO(8) supergravities, possible eleven-dimensional origins of this phenomenon are explored. Taking the original proof of the consistency ...
  • Zingg, T. (Springer, 2013-10-17)
    The Einstein-Proca action is known to have asymptotically locally Lifshitz spacetimes as classical solutions. For dynamical exponent z=2, two-point correlation functions for fluctuations around such a geometry are derived ...
  • Kemmerling, G.; Meer, E. van der (Utrecht University, 1997-07-04)
    In document D6.2, a textual description of the soft- and hardware components of the plasma physics demonstrator as well as a definition of remote and local site was given. In order to couple these components to a complete ...
  • Das, I.; Bell, R.E.; Lenaerts, J.T.M.; Broeke, M.R. van den (Nature Publishing Grouphttp://www.nature.com/, 2013)
    Accurate quantification of surface snow accumulation over Antarctica is a key constraint for estimates of the Antarctic mass balance, as well as climatic interpretations of ice-core records1,2. Over Antarctica, near-surface ...
  • Bigazzi, F.; Cotrone, A.L.; Mayerson, D.; Parades, A.; Tarrio, J. (SISSAhttp://pos.sissa.it/, 2010-11-01)
    Holography provides a novel method to study the physics of Quark Gluon Plasmas, complementary to the ordinary field theory and lattice approaches. In this context, we analyze the informations that can be obtained for ...
  • Bagchi, A.; Lal, S.; Saha, A.; Sahoo, B. (arXivhttp://arxiv.org/, 2011)
    We look at the generalisation of topologically massive gravity (TMG) to higher spins, specifically spin-3. We find a special "chiral" point for the spin-three, analogous to the spin-two example, which actually coincides ...
  • Bigazzi, F.; Cotrone, A.L.; Tarrio, J. (Wileyhttp://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/, 2011)
    We provide a short review of the hydrodynamical properties of a class of strongly coupled thermal gauge theories, coupled to massless fundamental flavor fields, having a dual supergravity description. The analysis is valid ...
  • Kim, K.-Y.; Shock, J.P.; Tarrio, J. (Springer-Verlaghttp://link.springer.com/, 2011)
    We study the effective geometry felt by the fluctuations of open strings living on the worldvolume of probe D-branes in the presence of background electromagnetic fields. This is captured by an effective action consisting ...
  • Bigazzi, F.; Cotrone, A.L.; Mas, J.; Mayerson, D.; Tarrio, J. (Springer-Verlaghttp://link.springer.com/, 2011)
    We present the string dual to SU(Nc) N = 4 SYM, coupled to Nf massless fundamental flavors, at finite temperature and baryon density. The solution is determined by two dimensionless parameters, both depending on the ’t ...
  • Gopakumar, R.; Gupta, R.K.; Lal, S. (Springer-Verlaghttp://link.springer.com/, 2011-11)
    We explicitly evaluate the heat kernel for the Laplacian of arbitrary spin tensor fields on the thermal quotient of (Euclidean) AdSN for N ≥ 3 using the group theoretic techniques employed for AdS3 in arXiv:0911.5085. ...
  • Chojnacki, M. (Institute of Physics Publishinghttp://ioppublishing.org/, 2011)
    The method used by ALICE to measure identified charged hadron spectra in the Inner Tracking System (ITS) is presented. The analysis results are compared with measurements using the Time Projection Chamber and Time-of-Flight ...
  • Kraus, I.; Cleymans, J.; Oeschler, H.; Redlich, K.; Wheaton, S. (Elsevierhttp://www.elsevier.com/, 2009)
    Particle production in p+p and central collisions at LHC is discussed in the context of the statistical thermal model. For heavy-ion collisions, predictions of various particle ratios are presented. The sensitivity of ...
  • Vossepoel, F.C. (American Geophysical Unionhttp://sites.agu.org/, 2007)
    In anticipation of the future observations of the gravity mission Gravity Field and Steady-State Ocean Circulation Explorer (GOCE), the present-day accuracy of mean dynamic topography (MDT) is estimated from both observations ...
  • Ribas, F.; Kroon, A. (American Geophysical Unionhttp://sites.agu.org/, 2007)
    Patches of transverse finger bars have been identified in the surf zone of Noordwijk beach (Netherlands). They consisted of three to nine elongated accumulations of sand attached to the low-tide shoreline. The bars extended ...
  • Gömöry, P.; Rybák, J.; Kucera, A.; Curdt, W.; Wöhl, H. (EDP Scienceshttp://www.edpsciences.org/, 2006)
    We analyze temporal variations in the intensities and the Doppler shifts of He i 584.33 Å (chromosphere), Ov 629.73 Å (transition region), and Mg ix 368.07 Å (corona) measured in and above chromospheric network near disk ...
  • Dijkhuis, J.I.; Capel, P.J.S. van (2008-07-03)
    We discuss the formation and detection of acoustic soliton trains in crystal slabs. High-amplitude amplitude strain pulses are generated by impact of intense femtosecond optical pulses on a metallic film and injected into ...
  • Wal, R.S.W. van de; Boer, B. de; Lourens, L.J.; Köhler, P.; Bintanja, R. (European Geosciences Unionhttp://www.egu.eu/, 2011)
    The gradual cooling of the climate during the Cenozoic has generally been attributed to a decrease in CO2 concentration in the atmosphere. The lack of transient climate models and in particular the lack of high-resolution ...
  • Spee, D.A.; Groot, J.M. de; Werf, C.H.M. van der; Rath, J.K.; Schropp, R.E.I. (Universiteit Utrecht, 2010-12-07)

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