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owProjectIntAud2007-May.txt.bz2

Megan Squire, Kevin Crowston & James Howison
Intended audience for the product. A .bz2 file of archive/secondary data available as a download from http://downloads.sourceforge.net/ossmole/owProjectIntAud2007-May.txt.bz2. Data collected from ObjectWeb as raw HTML and parsed into data files by FLOSSmole. Metadata record available at http://flosspapers.org/991.

Third International Conference on Engineering Rheology ICER 2005

Editors@Appliedrheology.Org, Martin Kroger & Editor Applied Rheology
Peer-reviewed journal article

Julich Soft Matter Days 2008

Editors@Appliedrheology.Org, Martin Kroger & Editor Applied Rheology
Peer-reviewed journal article

fmProjectLicense2008-Oct.txt.bz2

Megan Squire, Kevin Crowston & James Howison
FM Project Licenses, Oct 2008 A .bz2 file of archive/secondary data available as a download from http://flossmole.googlecode.com/files/fmProjectLicense2008-Oct.txt.bz2. Data collected from freshmeat as raw HTML and parsed into data files by FLOSSmole. Metadata record available at http://flosspapers.org/1804.

Novel Designs of Building Integrated Concentrating Photovoltaics

Y. Tripanagnostopoulos
23rd European Photovoltaic Solar Energy Conference and Exhibition, 1-5 September 2008, Valencia, Spain; 3512-3515

sfRawUserIntData2008-Feb.txt.bz2

Megan Squire, Kevin Crowston & James Howison
User interface information. A .bz2 file of archive/secondary data available as a download from http://downloads.sourceforge.net/ossmole/sfRawUserIntData2008-Feb.txt.bz2. Data collected from SourceForge as raw HTML and parsed into data files by FLOSSmole. Metadata record available at http://flosspapers.org/1466.

Rheology applied to investigate roofing membranes: The case of an ecological alternative

Editor Applied Rheology, Editors@Appliedrheology.Org & Martin Kroger
Peer-reviewed journal article

Terson Syndrome showing a circumscribed slackening or detachment of the ILM from the posterior pole

Bernd Kirchhof
The hypothesis here is that the intravitreal hemorrhage in Terson Syndrome needs to cross the ILM on its way to the vitreous. This way the localized ILM detachment may have occurred. Conversely this supports the idea, that the origin of the hemorrhage is the retinal vessels.

Rheological Monitoring of Structure Development and Rebodying of Set-Style Yoghurt

Editors@Appliedrheology.Org, Editor Applied Rheology & Martin Kroger
Peer-reviewed journal article

Retinal Injury from Light Pipe

Bernd Kirchhof
Unexperienced surgeons must permanently observe both instruments in the eye, if not, both instruments must be removed. In this case the resident is so diverted by a first successful ILM peeling that on removing the forceps uncontrolled movement of the light pipe – still in the eye - ends up in a retinal hole inferior to the macula. No noticeable functional loss remained. The procedure was completed as planned by fluid gas exchange for macular...

sfRawTrackerData2007-Aug.txt.bz2

Megan Squire, Kevin Crowston & James Howison
Project tracker data. A .bz2 file of archive/secondary data available as a download from http://downloads.sourceforge.net/ossmole/sfRawTrackerData2007-Aug.txt.bz2. Data collected from SourceForge as raw HTML and parsed into data files by FLOSSmole. Metadata record available at http://flosspapers.org/1220.

ILM does not Reform, once it is Removed

Bernd Kirchhof
This short film shows that the macula area is spared from ICG staining one year after the ILM was removed from the same spot. Apparently ILM, once it is peeled, cannot rebuild. Sine ILM is a precondition to epiretinal membrane formation, ILM peeling should protect from pucker recurrence.

Iatrogenic Retinal Dialysis from instruments introduced through the sclerotomy

Bernd Kirchhof
Occasionally and usually unexpected the instrument (light pipe, cutter, forceps) introduced through the sclerotomy pushes forward condensed vitreous that is connected to the peripheral retina. The stress from the induced traction is usually sufficient to create a more or less large dialysis. Being aware of the risk, peripheral fundus inspection with indentation and eventual cryopexy or endolaser is the treatment of choice, not necessarily combined with a tamponade in otherwise attached retina.

Radiosonde measurements from station Desert Rock (2000-05)

John Deluisi
Version 2, 2009-06-16; If launch time is exactly 00Z or 12Z, the actual launch time is likely unknown

From an Idea to a Rheological Instrument

Editor Applied Rheology, Martin Kroger & Editors@Appliedrheology.Org
Peer-reviewed journal article

sfRawDeveloperProjectData2008-Apr.txt.bz2

Megan Squire, Kevin Crowston & James Howison
Developers and projects association data. A .bz2 file of archive/secondary data available as a download from http://downloads.sourceforge.net/ossmole/sfRawDeveloperProjectData2008-Apr.txt.bz2. Data collected from SourceForge as raw HTML and parsed into data files by FLOSSmole. Metadata record available at http://flosspapers.org/1561.

Removal of Heavy Silicone Oil

Bernd Kirchhof
Removal of heavy silicone oil takes about 3 minutes, due to its low viscosity of a little more than 1000 cSt. The cannula is a peripheral infusion trimmed to the appropriate length. The tip should reach to about the center of the vitreous cavity, may even less. Smaller bubbles of heavy oil can be aspirated from the posterior pole by a flute needle. Inspection of the retinal periphery with indentation is recommended, because bubbles may...

10Be and 9Be concentrations and ratios of hydroxylamine leachable and residual phases of DSDP Site 64-477 (Table 1), supplement to: Bourlès, Didier L; Brown, E T; Raisbeck, Grant M; Yiou, Françoise; Gieskes, Joris M (1992): Beryllium isotope geochemistry of hydrothermally altered sediments. Earth and Planetary Science Letters, 109(1-2), 47-56

Didier L Bourlès, E T Brown, Grant M Raisbeck, Françoise Yiou & Joris M Gieskes
Profiles of both10Be and9Be concentrations have been measured in sediments from the DSDP, Leg 64, Site 477 core. Established in the deep Guaymas Basin, in an area of high heat flow, this site offers the opportunity of studying hydrothermal alteration induced by two distinct hydrothermal systems, those caused (I) by the intrusion of hot sills into porous sediments and (I) by heat associated with a magma chamber.The results show that the distribution of both beryllium...

fmProjectAuthors2006-Aug.txt.bz2

Megan Squire, Kevin Crowston & James Howison
Project authorship data. A .bz2 file of archive/secondary data available as a download from http://downloads.sourceforge.net/ossmole/fmProjectAuthors2006-Aug.txt.bz2. Data collected from freshmeat as raw HTML and parsed into data files by FLOSSmole. Metadata record available at http://flosspapers.org/597.

Tree-ring width of Quercus species from historical object sample HOH3891-2

Michael Friedrich
Species QUSP; No of rings 65; Begin 1494; End 1558

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