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Two particle correlation effects from rotation and instabilities in heavy ion collisions
(The University of Bergen, 2013-05-18)
Two particle correlations are studied in the reaction plane of peripheral relativistic heavy ion reactions where the initial state has substantial angular momentum. The earlier predicted rotation effect and Kelvin Helmholtz ...
Seismic Attributes for Carbonates
(The University of Bergen, 2009-06-02)
Seismic attributes can reveal important information about rock properties, and rock physics modeling provide a link between geological and seismic parameters. Carbonate rocks can have wide variations in properties due to ...
Oxygen variation within a seacage
(The University of Bergen, 2008-06-01)
In recent years, fish welfare during aquaculture production has received increasing attention, and it has been suggested that welfare is threatened as larger seacages are developed. Larger seacages with higher stocking ...
An investigation of the Faroe Shelf Front
(The University of Bergen, 2003)
The water mass on the Faroe Shelf is distinct from the off-shelf water surrounding the shelf. This difference of water masses is reflected in the temperature and salinity distributions. The on-shelf water is colder and ...
Deep chlorophyll a maxima (DCMs) in pelagic Antarctic waters. II. Relation to bathymetric features and dissolved iron concentrations
A deep chlorophyll a maximum (DCM) at depths between 60 and 90 m in waters south of the Antarctic Polar Front (APF) occurs only in pelagic waters where the chlorophyll a concentrations in the upper mixed layer (UML) are ...
Optimization of CO2 Geological Storage Cost
(The University of Bergen, 2013-12-01)
Carbon dioxide capture and storage (CCS) is a promising strategy to battle the climate change by injecting large-scale of carbon dioxide back to underground formations and storing the carbon dioxide possibly permanently. ...
J2ME Bluetooth programming
(The University of Bergen, 2004)
Studies of Eddies in the Marginal Ice Zone Along the East Greenland Current Using Spaceborne Synthetic Aperture Radar (SAR)
(The University of Bergen, 2011)
The characteristic ice edge eddies in the Marginal Ice Zone (MIZ) are studied based on satellite information from the Advanced Synthetic Aperture Radar (ASAR) instrument. The eddies frequency of existence during the day, ...
Similarity-based Exploded Views
Exploded views are often used in illustration to overcome the problem of occlusion when depicting complex structures. In this paper, we propose a volume visualization technique inspired by exploded views that partitions ...