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    • Atmospheric Drivers of Wind Turbine Blade Leading Edge Erosion: Review and Recommendations for Future Research 

      Pryor, Sara C.; Barthelmie, Rebecca Jane; Cadence, Jeremy; Dellwik, Ebba; Hasager, Charlotte Bay; Kral, Stephan Thomas; Reuder, Joachim; Rodgers, Marianne; Veraart, Marijn (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2022)
      Leading edge erosion (LEE) of wind turbine blades causes decreased aerodynamic performance leading to lower power production and revenue and increased operations and maintenance costs. LEE is caused primarily by materials ...
    • Atmospheric response to removal of Southern Hemisphere sea ice - a model study 

      Ravnestad, Kristen Myklebust (Master thesis, 2010-06-01)
      The atmospheric response to the removal of Southern Hemisphere sea ice is studied using the ICTP AGCM (SPEEDY) model with an uncoupled ocean. The results show large increases in surface heat flux from the ocean to the ...
    • Atmospheric response to zonally averaged sea surface temperatures in the North Atlantic - a model study 

      Fagerli, Stig-Arild (Master thesis, 2008-05-29)
      A less dynamically active ocean will most likely lead to a more zonal sea surface temperature (SST) distribution. In order to identify if, and how such an effect affects the atmospheric variability, idealized experiments ...
    • Atmospheric signature of the Agulhas current 

      Nkwinkwa Njouodo, Arielle Stela; Koseki, Shunya; Keenlyside, Noel; Rouault, Mathieu (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2018)
      Western boundary currents play an important role in the climate system by transporting heat poleward and releasing it to the atmosphere. While their influence on extratropical storms and oceanic rainfall is becoming ...
    • Atmospheric-driven state transfer of shore-fast ice in the northeastern Kara Sea 

      Divine, Dmitry; Korsnes, Reinert; Makshtas, Alexander; Godtliebsen, Fred; Svendsen, Harald (Journal article, 2005-09-21)
      Frequencies of observed occurrences of shore-fast ice in the northeastern Kara Sea for each month during 1953–1990 reveal a multimodality of shore-fast ice extent in late winter and spring. The fast ice extent exhibits ...
    • Atomic resolution imaging of beryl: an investigation of the nano-channel occupation 

      Arivazhagan, V.; Schmitz, F.D.; Vullum, Per Erik; Van Helvoort, Antonius; Holst, Bodil (Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2016)
      Beryl in different varieties (emerald, aquamarine, heliodor etc.) displays a wide range of colours that have fascinated humans throughout history. Beryl is a hexagonal cyclo-silicate (ring-silicate) with channels going ...
    • Attacks on Integer-RLWE 

      Budroni, Alessandro; Chetioui, Benjamin; Franch, Ermes (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2020)
      In 2019, Gu Chunsheng introduced Integer-RLWE, a variant of RLWE devoid of some of its efficiency flaws. Most notably, he proposes a setting where n can be an arbitrary positive integer, contrarily to the typical construction ...
    • Attribution of multi-annual to decadal changes in the climate system: The Large Ensemble Single Forcing Model Intercomparison Project (LESFMIP) 

      Smith, Doug M.; Gillett, Nathan P.; Simpson, Isla R.; Athanasiadis, Panos J.; Baehr, Johanna; Bethke, Ingo; Bilge, Tarkan Aslan; Bonnet, Rémy; Boucher, Olivier; Findell, Kirsten L.; Gastineau, Guillaume; Gualdi, Silvio; Hermanson, Leon; Leung, L. Ruby; Mignot, Juliette; Müller, Wolfgang A.; Osprey, Scott; Otterå, Odd Helge; Persad, Geeta G.; Scaife, Adam A.; Schmidt, Gavin A.; Shiogama, Hideo; Sutton, Rowan T.; Swingedouw, Didier; Yang, Shuting; Zhou, Tianjun; Ziehn, Tilo (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2022)
      Multi-annual to decadal changes in climate are accompanied by changes in extreme events that cause major impacts on society and severe challenges for adaptation. Early warnings of such changes are now potentially possible ...
    • Attuning to a changing ocean 

      Stenseth, Nils Christian; Payne, Mark R.; Bonsdorff, Erik; Dankel, Dorothy Jane; Durant, Joel Marcel; Anderson, Leif G.; Armstrong, Claire W.; Blenckner, Thorsten; Brakstad, Ailin; Dupont, Sam; Eikeset, Anne Maria; Goksøyr, Anders; Jónsson, Steingrímur; Kuparinen, Anna; Våge, Kjetil; Österblom, Henrik; Paasche, Øyvind (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2020)
      The ocean is a lifeline for human existence, but current practices risk severely undermining ocean sustainability. Present and future social−ecological challenges necessitate the maintenance and development of knowledge ...
    • Atypiske Vibrio anguillarum: Karakterisering og virulenstesting på torskeyngel Gadus morhua 

      Isachsen, Cecilie Helen (Master thesis, 2009-06-02)
      Atlantisk torsk Gadus morhua er en av de viktigste artene i norsk oppdrettsnæring, og produksjonen er stigende. Sykdomsproblemene er betydelige, og blant annet klassisk vibriose (infeksjoner med Vibrio anguillarum) forårsaker ...
    • Audience matters: Multimodal projects across three international case studies 

      Schrum, Kelly; Majury, Niall; Simonelli, Anne-Laure; Bogdewiecz, Sarah (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2022)
      There is growing attention to student assessments designed to reach beyond the classroom, including assessments with an immediate or future audience. The impact of audience, however, has not been examined in multimodal ...
    • Augmented Reality in First Aid Training 

      Frøland, Tord Hettervik (Master thesis, 2019-01-25)
      For å få høygradserfaringer med å håndtere ulykker, er det nødvendig med live-trening. De må gjennomføres periodisk og er viktige i mange organisasjoner, men er dyre å sette opp. Nåværende metoder brukt i live-trening for ...
    • Augmented Reality in Historical Museum: A case study at Fjell Fortress 

      Ghimire, Anil (Master thesis, 2020-09-09)
      Over the years, there has been development in using the technologies in historical museums for various reasons. The recent development of smartphones and computer graphics has enabled us to provide a new way of interaction ...
    • Auroral imaging as a tracer of global magnetospheric dynamics 

      Laundal, Karl Magnus (Doctoral thesis, 2010-11-12)
    • Auroral oval morphology: Dawn-dusk asymmetry partially induced by Earth’s rotation 

      Decotte, Margot Emilie; Laundal, Karl Magnus; Hatch, Spencer Mark; Reistad, Jone Peter (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2023)
      The auroral oval morphology has been investigated in previous studies presenting maps of average auroral precipitation. However, such distributions tend to emphasize auroral intensity rather than the actual extent of the ...
    • Auto-Adhesion Potential of Extraocular Aqp0 during Teleost Development 

      Chauvigné, Francois; Fjelldal, Per Gunnar; Cerdà, Joan; Finn, Roderick Nigel (Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2016-05-06)
      AQP0 water channels are the most abundant proteins expressed in the mammalian lens fiber membranes where they are essential for lens development and transparency. Unlike other aquaporin paralogs, mammalian AQP0 has a low ...
    • An automated approach for fringe frequency estimation and removal in infrared spectroscopy and hyperspectral imaging of biological samples 

      Solheim, Johanne Heitmann; Borondics, Ferenc; Zimmermann, Boris; Sandt, Christophe; Muthreich, Florian; Kohler, Achim (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2021)
      In infrared spectroscopy of thin film samples, interference introduces distortions in spectra, commonly referred to as fringes. Fringes may alter absorbance peak ratios, which hampers the spectral analysis. We have previously ...
    • Automated characterisation of Deep-sea imagery using Machine Learning: implications for future conservation and mineral extraction 

      Tirado Barrio, Marcos (Master thesis, 2023-06-01)
      This thesis aimed to develop a methodology using Machine Learning (ML) techniques for the interpretation of deep-sea resources. The deep-sea hosts diverse ecosystems and valuable resources, but potential environmental ...
    • Automated in Silico Design of Homogeneous Catalysts 

      Foscato, Marco; Jensen, Vidar Remi (Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2020)
      Catalyst discovery is increasingly relying on computational chemistry, and many of the computational tools are currently being automated. The state of this automation and the degree to which it may contribute to speeding ...