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Laboratory tests on HeNOS, the MCAO test bench for NFIRAOS

Matthias Rosensteiner, Paolo Turri, David Andersen, Paolo Spano & Glen Herriot

Optical calibration of the M4 prototype toward the final unit

Runa Briguglio, Giorgio Pariani, Marco Xompero, Armando Riccardi, Mario Adrighettoni, Roberto Biasi, Matteo Tinori & Daniele Gallieni

Anti-aliasing wave-front reconstruction with Shack-Hartmann sensors

Charlotte Bond, Thierry Fusco, Carlos Correia, JeanPierre Veran & Joel Telxeira

Coupling of WFS with a segmented DM “Test of different concepts: SH, Pyramid, Zernike phase sensor”

Nicolas Galland, Kacem El Hadi, Kjetil Dohlen, Jean-Francoiss Sauvage, Thierry Fusco, Franck Marchis & Mamadou N'Diaye

State of the art IR cameras for wavefront sensing using e-APD MCT arrays

Pilippe Feautrier & Jean-Luc Gach

Measuring Segment Piston with a Non-Redundant Pupil Mask on the Giant Magellan Telescope

Marcos Van Dam, Peter Tuthill & Anthony Cheetham

Near-infrared tip-tilt sensing at Keck: System architecture and on-sky performance

Rachel Rampy, Bruno Femenia, Jim Lyke, Peter Wizinowich, Sylvain Cetre, Sam Ragland & Paul Stomski

Observations of the dynamic turbulence above La Palma using Stereo-SCIDAR

James Osborn, Timothy Butterley, Saavidra Perera, Dora Fohring & Richard Wilson

Resolving the low-mass content of Westerlund 1 using MCAO

Morten Andersen, Benoit Neichel & Anais Bernard

Optical design of the Post Focal Relay of MAORY

Matteo Lombini, Emiliano Diolaiti & Adriano De Rosa

Non Boltzmann Modeling of Sodium Guidestar Returns and Implications for Guidestar Linewidth

Shawn Hackett & Robert Johnson

New Cophasing and AO strategies for an extremely large telescope dedicated to extremely high contrast: The Colossus Project

Gilles Moretto, Jeff R. Kuhn, Maud Langlois, Michel Tallon, Eric Thiebaut, Svetlana Berdyugina & David Halliday

Analysis of GeMS tip-tilt on-sky data: LQG implementation for vibration rejections

Lucie Leboulleux, Gaetano Sivo, Rémy Juvenal, Caroline Kulcsár, Vincent Garrel, Jean-Marc Conan, Henri-François Raynaud, Cyril Petit, William Rambold, Eduardo Marin, Vanessa Montes & Chadwick Trujillo

Preliminary performance analysis of a LGS system for GTC

Iciar Montilla, Marcos Reyes Garcia-Talavera & Dolores Bello

Coastal Wetlands and Flood Damage Reduction: Using Risk Industry-based Models to Assess Natural Defenses in the Northeastern USA

S. Narayan, M. W. Beck, P. Wilson, C. Thomas, A. Guerrero, C. Shepard, B. G. Reguero, G. Franco, C. J. Ingram & D. Trespalacios

Financing Natural Infrastructure for Coastal Flood Damage Reduction

D-raising in Chamorro relative clauses and other A′ constructions

Jake Wayne Vincent

Dataset for: A Cross-Laboratory Comparison Study of Titan Haze Analogs: Surface Energy

Xinting Yu & Jialin Li
In Titan's nitrogen-methane atmosphere, photochemistry leads to the production of complex organic particles, forming Titan’s thick haze layers. Laboratory-produced aerosol analogs, or "tholins", are produced in a number of laboratories; however, most previous studies have investigated analogs produced by only one laboratory rather than a systematic, comparative analysis. In this study, we performed a comparative study of an important material property, the surface energy, of seven tholin samples produced in three independent laboratories under a...

The WeAllWalk Data Set

German Flores & Roberto Manduchi
This data set contains time series from inertial sensors carried by blind subjects walking through pre-determined routes In two buildings in the UCSC campus. The sensors include two MetaWear CPRO (obtaining a tri-axial accelerometer and gyroscope) and two iPhone 6 containing try-axial accelerometer, gyroscopes, and magnetometers. This data set is described in the paper: Flores, German, and Roberto Manduchi. "WeAllWalk: An Annotated Data Set of Inertial Sensor Time Series from Blind Walkers", Proceedings of the...

Chemical shift-based methods in NMR structure determination

Santrupti Nerli, Andrew C. McShan & Nikolaos G. Sgourakis
Chemical shifts are highly sensitive probes that can be harnessed by NMR spectroscopists and structural biologists as conformational parameters to characterize a range of biological molecules. Traditionally, assignment of chemical shifts has been a labor-intensive process requiring numerous samples and a suite of multidimensional experiments. Over the past two decades, the development of complementary automated and computational approaches has bolstered the analysis, interpretation and utilization of chemical shifts for elucidation of high-resolution protein and nucleic...

Runoff modeling of a coastal basin to assess variations in response to shifting climate and land use: Implications for managed recharge

Sarah Beganskas, Kyle Young, Andrew Fisher, Ryan Harmon & Sacha Lozano
We quantified hillslope runoff distribution in a coastal, mixed-use basin, the Pajaro Valley Drainage Basin (PVDB), under different climate and land use conditions, evaluating the potential for distributed stormwater collection coupled with managed aquifer recharge (DSC-MAR) to improve groundwater supply. We developed dry, normal, and wet climate scenarios using historic precipitation and temperature data, and we compared contemporary land use to pre-development land use by replacing developed areas in the model with plausible native vegetation...

Photochemical model output data associated with: How to identify exoplanet surfaces using atmospheric trace species in hydrogen-dominated atmospheres

Xinting Yu
Sub-Neptunes (Rp~1.25-4 REarth) remain the most commonly detected exoplanets to date. However, it remains difficult for observations to tell whether these intermediate-sized exoplanets have surfaces and where their surfaces are located. Here we propose that the abundances of trace species in the visible atmospheres of these sub-Neptunes can be used as proxies for determining the existence of surfaces and approximate surface conditions. As an example, we used a state-of-the-art photochemical model to simulate the atmospheric...

Soil nutrients

Karen Holl
Surface soil nutrients collected in 2007, 2012, 2017 from research plots described in Holl, K. D., J. L. Reid, R. J. Cole, F. Oviedo-Brenes, J. A. Rosales, and R. A. Zahawi. 2020. Applied nucleation facilitates tropical forest recovery: Lessons learned from a 15-year study. Journal of Applied Ecology 57:2316-2328 (https://doi.org/10.1111/1365-2664.13684).

Data associated with: Haze evolution in temperate exoplanet atmospheres through surface energy measurements

Xinting Yu
Photochemical hazes are important opacity sources in temperate exoplanet atmospheres, hindering current observations from characterizing exoplanet atmospheric compositions. The haziness of an atmosphere is determined by the balance between haze production and removal. However, the material-dependent removal physics of the haze particles is currently unknown under exoplanetary conditions. Here we provide experimentally-measured surface energies for a grid of temperate exoplanet hazes to characterize haze removal in exoplanetary atmospheres. We found large variations of surface energies...

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  • Missouri Botanical Garden
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