Whenuapai Air Base contact


Results 411 to 420 of 861

  1. Experienced user
    Registered since
    15.06.2011
    Contributions
    371
    Mentioned
    0 post (s)
    Follows
    0
    Following
    0
    Reputation: 10

    Re: Various reports and messages on the topic

    Update jellyfish attack on Israeli nuclear power plant (this is clearly referred to as an ATTACK):

    EDIS Number BH-20110706-31428-ISR
    Event type: Biological Hazard Date / time [UTC]: 06/07/2011 - 03:10:29
    Country: Israel Area: Hadera Power Plant (?)
    County / State: Haifa City: -
    Cause of event: Unknown Log date [UTC]: 06/07/2011 - 03:10:29
    Damage level: Time left: -
    Latitude: 32 ° 28.119 Longitude: 34 ° 53.068
    Dead person (s): N / A Injured person (s): N / A
    Missing person (s): N / A Infected person (s): N / A
    Evacuated person (s): N / A Affected person (s): N / A

    Situation Update No. 2
    On 07/07/2011 at 03:09 GMT + 2

    Gelatinous creatures muck up filters at Hadera power plant; Global warming, overfishing may be contributing to the glow of local species. Over the past few days, schools of jellyfish inundated the seawater cooling system at the Orot Rabin coal power plant in Hadera, requiring a mechanical "trash-rake" to pull them off the bars of the undersea-filtration grill. Trucks were subsequently utilized to transfer the jellyfish to a mass disposal area, the Israel Electric Corporation said. While the plant suffered from the jellyfish implosion from the weekend through Tuesday, by Wednesday the problem was under control, and the facility did not have to shut down during the cleaning process, according to Deputy Spokeswoman Iris Ben-Shahal. The Environmental Protection Ministry has granted the IEC a permit to capture the jellyfish and then shuttle them in huge containers to a dumping site, she explained. The trash-rake, a mechanical-comb system, is regularly used about twice a day to clear fish, plastic bags and jellyfish - but during times of "attack," the rake is in operation 24 hours per day, IEC marine ecologist Dr. Anat Glazer said. The problem was so great that the IEC took extra precautionary measures during the onslaught and attempted to seize some of the fish before they got to the site, according to Ben- Shahal.

    "Some people went to boats and put out nets to catch the jellyfish before they came because it was such a huge attack," Ben-Shahal told The Jerusalem Post on Wednesday. "We thought the strainers and combs wouldn't be able to catch them all." But Glazer said that while these boats were "better than nothing," they collect very few compared to the amount pouring in during periods like the past few days. In the past, she said she tried to install a "Jacuzzi-like" screen of bubbles, but the pressure wasn't strong enough to block them. The jellyfish are not particularly drawn to the power plant cooling systems; rather, they "largely drift with the currents, migrating only vertically in the water column as non-visual, ambush feeders," according to Dr. Bella Galil, senior scientist at the National Institute of Oceanography. "The jellyfish are not 'attracted' to the water intakes - they are 'sucked in' - involuntarily," she told the Post Wednesday afternoon. While by Wednesday the waves were no longer shuttling the jellyfish in such mass quantities, the trash-rake was still operating, Glazer said. Experts couldn't confirm whether the hordes are larger than previous years.

    "Our impression - and I emphasize the word 'impression,' which is not a scientific word - is that it's considerable this year," said Prof. Ehud Spanier, a marine biologist and ecologist at the Leon Recanati Institute for Maritime Studies and in the Department of Maritime Civilizations at the Leon H. Charney School for Marine Sciences. "One thing for sure is that in the last two or three years they have been appearing in more months than previously," he added. The jellyfish, which were introduced to the Mediterranean through the Suez Canal 29 years ago, used to only appear in June through September, as well as February and March, but in the past few years they have had a significant presence year-round, according to Spaniards. The Levant Basin of the eastern Mediterranean is "the only place on earth with four alien-scyphozoan jellyfish concurrently," all of whom migrated from the Suez, added Galil. When the jellyfish come in "big concentrations," scientists have found that there are often accompanying "big concentrations of rubbish ... which is another problem that we suffer from," Spanier explained. Spanier said that there are many different reasons for the jellyfish explosion - both in Israel and worldwide - including global warming, which has increased sea temperatures significantly and provides a good environment for jellyfish, but less so for other species.

    "Also, over-fishing, which is very clearly happening along out coast, can [eliminate] potential predators of the jellyfish that are a protective unit," Spanier added. "These jellyfish have unbelievable reproductive potential. They can reproduce throughout the year ... and they spawn hundreds of thousands of eggs." Galil agreed, noting that Mediterranean fish stocks are in decline and that "once jellyfish become dominant in a region, annual cycles of strong jellyfish production may inhibit the revival of some depleted fish stocks since they routinely compete for plankton prey with juvenile, and many adults , pelagic fish. " As far as the future of the season goes, none of the scientists were able to predict what Israelis - and their power stations - should expect in the coming months. However, only a few years ago a similar problem closed the large Ashkelon power plant. "There is no rule on the behavior of the jellyfish," Glazer said. "The power plant wishes to know the future because they want to be ready for such an attack."

    Situation Update No. 1
    On 07/06/2011 at 13:51 GMT + 2

    A surge of jellyfish wreaked havoc in the U.S. during the country's big Fourth of July holiday weekend. Almost 2,000 beach-goers were stung as they celebrated Independence Day weekend in the surf at Volusia County, Florida. And in Israel a huge swarm clogged up the Orot Rabin power station in Hadera, a day after the Torness nuclear facility in Scotland was closed in a similar incident. Hadera ran into trouble when jellyfish blocked its seawater supply, which it uses for cooling purposes, forcing officials to use diggers to remove them. In Florida, Beach Patrol spokeswoman Captain Tamara Marris reported the staggering statistics but stressed that no victims were seriously injured. Amid soaring temperatures in the sunshine state, Jellyfish targeted sunseekers along a 20-mile stretch from Ormond Beach to New Smyrna Beach. The influx was thought to be down to onshore winds bringing more jellyfish into contact with bathers. Beach officials identified two species as the culprits - moon and cannonball jellyfish - but say moon jellyfish are likely to be the main culprits. 'The cannonball jellyfish is not really a stinging jellyfish,' Marris said. 'It's really not a seasonal thing. They are just at the mercy of the wind and current, so they can show up any time of the year. ' Scientists say the number of jellyfish are on the rise thanks to the increasing acidity of the world's oceans driving away the blubbery creatures' natural predators.

    The warning came in a report into ocean acidification - an often overlooked side effect of burning fossil fuel. Studies have shown that higher levels of carbon dioxide in the atmosphere doesn't just trigger climate change but can make the oceans more acidic. Since the start of the industrial revolution, acidity levels of the oceans have gone up 30 per cent, marine biologists say. The report, published in December 2010 by the UN Environment Program, warns that the acidification of oceans makes it harder for coral reefs and shellfish to form skeletons - threatening larger creatures that depend on them for food. The decline in creatures with shells could trigger an explosion in jellyfish populations. The report, written by Dr Carol Turley of Plymouth University, said: 'Ocean acidification has also been tentatively linked to increased jellyfish numbers and changes in fish abundance.' Jellyfish are immune to the effects of acidification. As other species decline, jellyfish will move in to fill the ecological niche. Populations have boomed in the Mediterranean in recent years. Some marine scientists say the changing chemistry of the sea is to blame.

    Link: http://hisz.rsoe.hu/alertmap/woalert_read.php?edis=BH-20110706-31428-ISR

    @Wald_Fee

    No, I don't think so here ... I believe that this is a real and clear warning from our earth (all life supposedly originated in the sea) to us humans ... because by chance it can no longer be explained (Attack by swarms of jellyfish on THREE nuclear power plants (Scotland, Japan and Israel) within a week ??? )
    And I think the message is clear ... It is:

    Human beings immediately shut down all nuclear power plants, WORLDWIDE. Otherwise you will be hit by a nuclear catastrophe of an unnamed extent (maybe a worldwide power failure due to the solar storms to be expected?) .. at least I understand it .. could be completely wrong and it has no meaning at all ..

    Here's another jellyfish attack:

    http://hisz.rsoe.hu/alertmap/woalert_read.php?edis=BH-20110706-31440-USA

    EDIS Number BH-20110706-31440-USA
    Event type: Biological Hazard Date / time [UTC]: 06/07/2011 - 17:05:04
    Country: USA (Pacific Region) Area: Tybee Island
    County / State: State of Georgia City: -
    Cause of event: Unknown Log date [UTC]: 06/07/2011 - 17:05:04
    Damage level: Time left: -
    Latitude: 32 ° 0.030 Longitude: 80 ° 50.409
    Dead person (s): N / A Injured person (s): 894
    Missing person (s): N / A Infected person (s): N / A
    Evacuated person (s): N / A Affected person (s): N / A

    Authorities say 894 people were stung by jellyfish during the Fourth of July holiday weekend on Tybee Island, off the Georgia coast. Tybee Ocean Rescue Lt. Hunter Robinson says he thinks the number of attacks is unusual for this time of year at the popular tourist destination near Savannah. Robinson said the high number of victims might be because the water in the area heated up quickly this year, compared to previous years.

    The whole thing is very strange.

    Greetings to Norrin

    Ps: in this context it just turned out that a mess was uncovered at the Scottish nuclear power plant, which I do not want to withhold from you:

    Link: http://hisz.rsoe.hu/alertmap/woalert_read.php?edis=HZ-20110706-31438-GBR

    EDIS Number HZ-20110706-31438-GBR
    Event type: HAZMAT Date / time [UTC]: 06/07/2011 - 13:54:22
    Country: United Kingdom Area: Dounreay Nuclear Power Development Establishment
    County / State: Scotland City: Caithness
    Cause of event: Unknown Log date [UTC]: 06/07/2011 - 13:54:22
    Damage level: Time left: -
    Latitude: 58 ° 34.643 Longitude: 3 ° 45.270
    Dead person (s): N / A Injured person (s): N / A
    Missing person (s): N / A Infected person (s): N / A
    Evacuated person (s): N / A Affected person (s): N / A

    High-hazard fragments of reactor fuel have been discovered on the seabed off Dounreay. The latest trawl of the contaminated seabed recovered 38 high-hazard fragments of reactor fuel. Each has over one million bequerels of radioactivity and has the potential to cause significant harm to human health. They have been detected and retrieved by a remote control robot launched from a barge anchored just off the shoreline. Contractor Land and Marine left at the weekend after completing a nine-week operation. In all, 351 particles of reprocessed fuel were found and brought back to the atom plant for analysis. It is the high-hazard ones which plant contractors DSRL is targeting in its multi-million pound drive to help clean up the local coastline. The pollution stems from historic sloppy waste practices at the former fast reactor site. A 22-strong team worked round-the-clock, scanning an area the size of 36 international football pitches. The robot - the size of a small bulldozer - worked at depths of up to 30 meters. Last year's survey unearthed over 400 particles, including 74 in the high-hazard category. The latest trawl brings the total of seabed particles recovered to 1884. A further 481 have been recovered, nearly all from the Dounreay foreshore and Sandside each, near Reay. A two-mile fishing exclusion zone has been in place since the seabed pollution was detected in 1997.
    Truth is where you live yourself, where you live yours
    Giving individuality a chance.
    (by Monika Minder)
    All our / my contributions are based on GG Art. 5 and 21 in conjunction with GG Art. 20


  2. Experienced user
    Registered since
    15.06.2011
    Contributions
    371
    Mentioned
    0 post (s)
    Follows
    0
    Following
    0
    Reputation: 10

    Re: Various reports and messages on the topic

    @ Forest fairy

    Interesting ... do you have any links for me regarding the cosmic jellyfish?

    LG Norrin
    Truth is where you live yourself, where you live yours
    Giving individuality a chance.
    (by Monika Minder)
    All our / my contributions are based on GG Art. 5 and 21 in conjunction with GG Art. 20

  3. Experienced user
    Registered since
    15.06.2011
    Contributions
    371
    Mentioned
    0 post (s)
    Follows
    0
    Following
    0
    Reputation: 10

    Re: Various reports and messages on the topic

    Another natural phenomenon:

    First the idea of ​​the animal:

    http://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Breitfu%C3%9Fschnecken

    Here is the event:

    http://hisz.rsoe.hu/alertmap/woalert_read.php?edis=BH-20110708-31461-NZL

    EDIS Number BH-20110708-31461-NZL
    Event type: Biological Hazard Date / time [UTC]: 08/07/2011 - 03:34:45
    Country: New Zealand Area: Matiatia, Waiheke Island
    County / State: North Island City: -
    Cause of event: Unknown Log date [UTC]: 08/07/2011 - 03:34:45
    Damage level: Time left: -
    Latitude: 36 ° 45.660 Longitude: 174 ° 58.800
    Dead person (s): N / A Injured person (s): N / A
    Missing person (s): N / A Infected person (s): N / A
    Evacuated person (s): N / A Affected person (s): N / A

    Toxic sea slugs which killed several dogs on the beaches of Auckland's North Shore over the last two winters are back, this time on Waiheke Island. Auckland Council positively identified two of the slugs on rocks at Matiatia Bay on Waiheke Island last week. Auckland Regional Public Health Service (ARPHS) has issued a warning that beachgoers should avoid touching or handling sea slugs at all beaches across the Auckland region. The small size of sea slugs means it's important for beach-goers to be mindful of little children and what they may pick up at the beach. "We want people to enjoy our beautiful coastline but keep in mind this potential on-going risk to children and pets," ARPHS medical officer of health Dr Simon Baker said.

    The ARPHS issued the following public health advice.
    - Children and pets need to be supervised on all Auckland beaches, not just those bordering the Hauraki Gulf.
    - Adults, children and pets should not eat anything found washed up on any beach.
    - Parents need to be aware of where their children are swimming or playing, and what they are handling.
    - Sea slugs on any beach must be avoided.

    Anyone who finds a sea slug along the Auckland coastline should mark the spot, leave it alone and contact Auckland Council and ask for an environmental health officer, who will collect the slug. Auckland Council marine scientist, Dr Jarrod Walker, said he was not expecting the high density of toxic sea slugs that occurred at Narrow Neck and Cheltenham beaches during the 2009-2010 season. Auckland Council said it would continue monitoring beaches.

    Next a "minor nuclear accident in Russia:

    EDIS Number NC-20110708-31456-RUS
    Event type: Nuclear Event Date / time [UTC]: 08/07/2011 - 02:56:07
    Country: Russia [Europe] Area: Balakovo Nuclear Power Plant
    County / State: Saratov Oblast City: Balakovo
    Cause of event: Powerful thunderstorm Log date [UTC]: 08/07/2011 - 02:56:07
    Damage level: Time left: -
    Latitude: 52 ° 5,618 Longitude: 47 ° 57,340
    Dead person (s): N / A Injured person (s): N / A
    Missing person (s): N / A Infected person (s): N / A
    Evacuated person (s): N / A Affected person (s): N / A

    A powerful thunderstorm forced the shutdown of one of the reactors at the Balakovskaya nuclear power plant (NPP) in central Russia, the NPP's press service said on Friday. "A thunderstorm on the border of the Saratov and the Samara regions in late evening on July 7, damaged two power supply lines serving the fourth reactor at the Balakovskaya NPP, causing an automatic safety shutdown," the press service said in a statement. Radiation levels around the NPP remain unchanged and the work of the fourth reactor will resume after the repairs on two damaged power lines have been done. The Balakovskaya NPP has four modernized VVER-1000 nuclear reactors with power output of 1,000 MWt each. Only two of them are currently operational as the first reactor was shut down for scheduled maintenance on June 8 for 60 days.Natural disasters pose a real threat to nuclear power installations around the world. The recent double-disaster tragedy in Japan has confirmed the vulnerability of the NPP's with most sophisticated safety features.

    Here an airplane emergency landing due to a lightning strike (is actually unusual, since airplanes are very well protected against lightning strikes ... must have been an exceptionally violent lightning strike ... )

    http://hisz.rsoe.hu/alertmap/woalert_read.php?edis=VIV-20110708-31458-NZL

    EDIS Number VIV-20110708-31458-NZL
    Event type: Vehicle Incident Date / time [UTC]: 08/07/2011 - 03:12:51
    Country: New Zealand Area: RNZAF Base, Auckland
    County / State: North Island City: -
    Cause of event: Unknown Log date [UTC]: 08/07/2011 - 03:12:51
    Damage level: Time left: -
    Latitude: 36 ° 47.452 Longitude: 174 ° 37.888
    Dead person (s): N / A Injured person (s): N / A
    Missing person (s): N / A Infected person (s): N / A
    Evacuated person (s): N / A Affected person (s): N / A

    A Royal New Zealand Air Force 757 has made an emergency landing after being hit by lightning while on a flight from Auckland to Wellington. The aircraft was forced to return to Whenuapai air base in Auckland after it was struck just after it took off on Friday morning, air force spokesman Squadron Leader Kavae Tamariki told NZPA. The plane landed safely about 9.45am local time, Sqn Ldr Tamariki said. Fire services at the air base were earlier put on standby. Sqn Ldr Tamariki said engineers would speak to defense staff who were on the plane to find out what happened. They would also be checking it for damage.

    And here's an update on the jellyfish attack at the Scottish nuclear power plant:

    http://hisz.rsoe.hu/alertmap/woalert_read.php?edis=NC-20110629-31340-GBR

    EDIS Number NC-20110629-31340-GBR
    Event type: Nuclear Event Date / time [UTC]: 29/06/2011 - 03:29:53
    Country: United Kingdom Area: Torness Nuclear Power Station
    County / State: Scotland City: Torness
    Cause of event: Massive Jellyfish invasion Log date [UTC]: 29/06/2011 - 03:29:53
    Damage level: Time left: -
    Latitude: 55 ° 58.105 Longitude: 2 ° 24.546
    Dead person (s): N / A Injured person (s): N / A
    Missing person (s): N / A Infected person (s): N / A
    Evacuated person (s): N / A Affected person (s): N / A

    Update number 4:

    Situation Update No. 4th
    On 07/07/2011 at 11:13 GMT + 2

    Both of Torness Power Station's nuclear reactors have returned to full power after an influx of jellyfish forced them to shut down last week. Unit 1 at the Dunbar station, run by EDF Energy, returned to service last Friday (July 1) having been shut down two days earlier. The station's other unit went back online on Tuesday. High volumes of jellyfish had been found on seawater screens at Torness, which filter debris out of water entering the plant to cool it down. It is not known why there were so many of the creatures in the area. The incident has led to renewed calls from environmentalists for the government to get rid of "risky" nuclear reactors in favor of "safer" alternatives. EDF Energy had performed the shutdown as a precautionary measure but insisted members of the public had not been in any danger. Local fishermen on three trawlers helped remove the moon jellyfish from the seas around the site, allowing the station to be returned to service. Paul Winkle, station director, said: "I'm delighted we have the units back. This is, in part, down to the great efforts of local fishermen who have helped clear the jellyfish from near the station." The decision to shut down reactors proved right and showed that all here at Torness have safety at the heart of everything they do. "But Louise Hutchins, Greenpeace climate campaigner, claimed the unusual incident was just one reason why nuclear power stations should no longer be in use." You couldn't make it up - a multi-million pound, supposedly fail-safe nuclear plant is shut down because of a few jellyfish, "she said." It's time this Government developed some backbone and stopped bending to nuclear industry pressure for more of these risky reactors and instead invested in safe and reliable renewable energy. "Torness was one of three UK stations reported to Government ministers in February after ground water at the plant was found to be contaminated with radioactive tritium leaking from two pipelines. EDF Energy subsequently moved to reassure residents there had been no danger to the public and that the nature of the incident had been "extremely minor".

    And finally a tornado in Canada:

    http://hisz.rsoe.hu/alertmap/woalert_read.php?edis=TO-20110708-31459-CAN

    EDIS Number TO-20110708-31459-CAN
    Event type: Tornado Date / time [UTC]: 08/07/2011 - 03:14:29
    Country: Canada Area: -
    County / State: Province of Alberta City: Calgary
    Cause of event: Unknown Log date [UTC]: 08/07/2011 - 03:14:29
    Damage level: Time left: -
    Latitude: 51 ° 2,700 Longitude: 114 ° 3,433
    Dead person (s): N / A Injured person (s): N / A
    Missing person (s): N / A Infected person (s): N / A
    Evacuated person (s): N / A Affected person (s): N / A

    A tornado has touched down near Sundre and a thunderstorm warning - with a potential for golf-ball sized hail - has been issued for many areas throughout the province. Environment Canada issued a tornado warning for the Sundre area in Mountain View County at 4:49 p.m. Thursday after a pilot doing weather modification over crops near the community of Bergen reported seeing a brief tornado touch down nine minutes earlier. Bergen is about 12 kilometers south of Sundre, in Central Alberta. The tornado was upgraded from a severe thunderstorm warning. "We haven’t had any reports of injury or damage," said Chris Wielki, a meteorologist with Environment Canada, which issued the tornado information just before 5:30 p.m. The tornado is tracking east at about 15 km / h, he said. Thunderstorms have started to trigger along the foothills and will track into Central Alberta this evening. Some of these thunderstorms are expected to become severe giving large hail, strong winds and heavy rain, according to a news release from Environment Canada. The town of Sundre has also seen 33 mms of rain in the past hour and golf ball sized hail, said Wielki. There are thunderstorm watches through most of Central Alberta. “As with most storms there is the potential for hails as the evening progresses,” Wielki said.

    MfG Norrin
    Truth is where you live yourself, where you live yours
    Giving individuality a chance.
    (by Monika Minder)
    All our / my contributions are based on GG Art. 5 and 21 in conjunction with GG Art. 20

  4. Experienced user
    Registered since
    19.04.2011
    Contributions
    675
    Mentioned
    0 post (s)
    Follows
    0
    Following
    0
    Reputation: 27

    Re: Various reports and messages on the topic

    On 07/07/2011 the earthquake in New Zealand and on 05/07/2011 this one, an object on the way to the sun:

    [tele1: 2p0bzxvt] [/ tele1: 2p0bzxvt]
    viewtopic.php? f = 9 & t = 737 & p = 32402 # p32402
    fairy

    "We are not here to change the world. We are here for the world to change us. "
    "We are not here to change the world. We are here to change the world."

    Unknown author

  5. Experienced user
    Registered since
    19.04.2011
    Contributions
    675
    Mentioned
    0 post (s)
    Follows
    0
    Following
    0
    Reputation: 27

    Re: Various reports and messages on the topic

    @ Forest fairy

    Interesting ... do you have any links for me regarding the cosmic jellyfish?

    LG Norrin


    and here more jellyfish:

    http://www.ufo-blogger.com/2010/01/ufo-mysterious-jellyfish-in-sky-over.html
    fairy

    "We are not here to change the world. We are here for the world to change us. "
    "We are not here to change the world. We are here to change the world."

    Unknown author

  6. New User
    Registered since
    09.07.2011
    Contributions
    7
    Mentioned
    0 post (s)
    Follows
    0
    Following
    0
    Reputation: 10

    Re: Various reports and messages on the topic

    http://adsabs.harvard.edu/cgi-bin/nph-abs_connect?return_req=no_params&arxiv_sel=ALL&db_key=PRE&text=This%20paper%20is%20a%20copy%20of%20an%20unpu blished% 20study% 20of% 20the% 20filtering % 20effect% 20 of% 0Ared% 20maple% 20trees% 20% 28acer% 20rubrum% 29% 20o n% 20fission% 20product% 20fallout% 20near% 0ABinghamto n,% 20NY,% 20USA% 20following% 20the% 201986% 20Chernoby l% 20accident .% 20The% 0Aconclusions% 20of% 20this% 20wo rk% 20may% 20offer% 20some% 20insight% 20into% 20what% 20 is% 20happening% 0Ain% 20the% 20forests% 20exposed% 20to% 20fallout% 20from% 20the% 20Fukushima% 20Daiichi% 20Nu clear% 0APlant% 20accident.% 20This% 20posting% 20is% 20 in% 20memory% 20of% 20Noel% 20K.% 20Yeh.% 0A + Physics% 20-% 20Popular% 20Physics,% 20Physics% 20-% 20Physics% 20and% 20Society + & title = Trees% 20as% 20Filters% 20of% 20Radioactive% 20Fa llout% 20from% 20the% 20Chernobyl% 20Accident

    information

    Sign on
    SAO / NASA Astrophysics Data System (ADS)
    Query Results from the arXiv e-prints database
    Go to the bottom of the page
    Retrieved 200 abstracts, starting with number 1. Total number selected: 545828.

    # Bibcode
    Score Date List of Links
    Authors
    Title
    Access Control Help
    1 2011arXiv1104.1788B
    1,000 04/2011 A X U
    Brownridge, James D .; Yeh, Noel K.
    Trees as Filters of Radioactive Fallout from the Chernobyl Accident
    2 2011arXiv1104.3611F
    0.209 04/2011 A X R C U
    Fushimi, K .; Nakayama, S .; Sakama, M .; Sakaguchi, Y.
    Measurement of airborne radioactivity from the Fukushima reactor accident in Tokushima, Japan
    3 2007physics ... 1205F
    0.204 01/2007 A X U
    Franic, Z .; Petrinec, B .; Marovic, G .; Franic, Z.
    Radiocaesium Activity Concentrations in Potatoes in Croatia after the Chernobyl Accident and Dose Assessment
    4 2011arXiv1103.5954N
    0.187 03/2011 A X R C U
    Norman, Eric B .; Angell, Christopher T .; Chodash, Perry A.
    Observations of Fallout from the Fukushima Reactor Accident in San Francisco Bay Area Rainwater
    5 2011arXiv1107.0930O
    0.174 07/2011 A X R U
    Ouzounov, D .; Pulinets, S .; Hattori, K .; Kafatos, M .; Taylor, P.
    Atmospheric Response to Fukushima Daiichi NPP (Japan) Accident Reviled by Satellite and Ground observations
    6 2004physics ... 6054F
    0.161 06/2004 A X U
    Franic, Z .; Lokobauer, N .; Marovic, G.
    Radiostrontium activity concentrations in milk in the Republic of Croatia for 1961 - 2001 and dose assessment
    7 2009arXiv0902.0656B
    0.160 02/2009 A X U
    Bolonkin, Alexander
    AB Blanket for Cities (for continual pleasant weather and protection from chemical, biological and radioactive weapons)
    8 2007physics ... 1181F
    0.159 01/2007 A X U
    Franic, Z .; Marovic, G.
    Long-term investigations of radiocaesium activity concentrations in carps in north Croatia after the Chernobyl accident
    9 2003nucl.ex ... 4024R
    0.158 04/2003 A X R U H
    Rukhadze, A. A .; Urutskojev, L. I .; Filippov, D. V.
    On the possible physical mechanism of Chernobyl catastrophe and the unsoundness of the official conclusion
    10 2006q.bio ..... 9003S
    0.134 09/2006 A X U
    Shan, Yunfeng; Li, Xiu-Qing
    Maximum-frequency gene tree: a simplified genome-scale approach to overcoming incongruence in molecular phylogenies
    11 2011arXiv1105.0242M
    0.128 05/2011 A X U
    Matsui, T.
    Deciphering the measured ratios of Iodine-131 to Cesium-137 at the Fukushima reactors
    12 2009arXiv0908.3075D
    0.120 08/2009 A X U
    Dittmar, Michael
    The Future of Nuclear Energy: Facts and Fiction Chapter II: What is known about Secondary Uranium Resources?
    13 2011arXiv1101.4189D
    0.116 01/2011 A X R C U
    Dittmar, Michael
    The Future of Nuclear Energy: Facts and Fiction: An update using 2009/2010 Data
    14 2000PhRvE..62.4389V
    0.115 09/2000 A E X R C U
    Viswanathan, G. M .; Buldyrev, S. V .; Garger, E. K .; Kashpur, V. A .; Lucena, L. S .; Shlyakhter, A .; Stanley, H. E .; Tschiersch, J.
    Quantifying nonstationary radioactivity concentration fluctuations near Chernobyl: A complete statistical description
    15 2010arXiv1009.1557P
    0.111 09/2010 A X R U
    Perez-Martinez, Ricardo; Sanchez Portal, Miguel; Cepa, Jordi; Bongiovanni, Angel; Perez Garcia, Ana
    Search for H alpha emitters in Galaxy Clusters with Tunable Filters
    16 2008arXiv0804.2159U
    0.110 04/2008 A X R U
    Udo Schroeder, W.
    Energy Realpolitik: Towards a Sustainable Energy Strategy
    17 2010PhRvC..81f4602S
    0.108 06/2010 A E X R C U
    Schmitt, C .; Schmidt, K.-H .; Keli ?, A .; Heinz, A .; Jurado, B .; Nadtochy, P. N.
    Fragmentation of spherical radioactive heavy nuclei as a novel probe of transient effects in fission
    18 2011arXiv1103.4853D
    0.104 03/2011 A X R C U
    Diaz Leon, J .; Jaffe, D. A .; Kaspar, J .; Knecht, A .; Miller, M. L .; Robertson, R. G. H .; Schubert, A. G.
    Arrival time and magnitude of airborne fission products from the Fukushima, Japan, reactor incident as measured in Seattle, WA, USA
    19 2011arXiv1106.4043S
    0.103 06/2011 A X U
    Sinclair, L. E .; Seywerd, H. C. J .; Fortin, R .; Carson, J. M .; Saull, P. R. B .; Coyle, M. J .; Van Brabant, R. A .; Buckle, J. L .; Desjardins, S. M .; Hall, R. M.
    Aerial Measurement of Radioxenon Concentration off the West Coast of Vancouver Island following the Fukushima Reactor Accident
    20 2009arXiv0905.2584S
    0.100 05/2009 A X R U
    Souza, M.A. M .; Dantas, J. D.
    Nuclear Phenomenology: A Conceptual Proposal for High School Teaching
    21 2010A & A ... 509A..59D
    0.097 01/2010 A E F X D R C S U
    Docenko, D .; Sunyaev, R.A.
    Fine-structure infrared lines from the Cassiopeia A knots
    22 2011arXiv1105.6307C
    0.096 05/2011 A X R U
    Catanese, Salvatore A .; De Meo, Pasquale; Ferrara, Emilio; Fiumara, Giacomo; Provetti, Alessandro
    Crawling Facebook for Social Network Analysis Purposes
    23 2008nuco.confE ... 2C
    0.094 00/2008 A F X T R C U
    Cayrel, R .; Steffen, M .; Bonifacio, P .; Ludwig, H.-G .; Caffau, E.
    Overview of the Li problem in metal-poor stars and new results on 6Li
    24 1998physics ... 7012S
    0.093 07/1998 A X C U
    Sievers, Henning
    Louis de Broglie and quantum mechanics
    25 2009PhRvE..80d6106R
    0.093 10/2009 A E X R C U
    Roca, Carlos P .; Cuesta, José A .; Sánchez, Angel
    Effect of spatial structure on the evolution of cooperation
    26 2005JMS .... 57 .... 1F
    0.093 08/2005 A E X R U
    Frani ?, Zdenko
    Estimation of the Adriatic Sea water turnover time using fallout 90Sr as a radioactive tracer
    27 2005PhDT ....... 130S
    0.093 00/2005 A E X R C U
    Silva, Antonio Christian
    Applications of physics to finance and economics: Returns, trading activity and income
    28 2011arXiv1106.3617D
    0.092 06/2011 A X R U
    Dittmar, Michael
    The End of Cheap Uranium
    29 2010ApJ ... 712..833C
    0.092 04/2010 A E F X D R C S N U
    Conroy, Charlie; Gunn, James E.
    The Propagation of Uncertainties in Stellar Population Synthesis Modeling. III. Model Calibration, Comparison, and Evaluation
    30 1997NuPhA.617..510A
    0.091 02/1997 A E X R C U
    Aichelin, J.
    Can one extract source radii from transport theories?
    31 2009arXiv0908.4338B
    0.090 08/2009 A X C U
    Bernstein, A .; Baldwin, G .; Boyer, B .; Goodman, M .; Learned, J .; Lund, J .; Reyna, D .; Svoboda, R.
    Nuclear Security Applications of Antineutrino Detectors: Current Capabilities and Future Prospects
    32 2008arXiv0810.5676N
    0.090 10/2008 A X U
    Navascues, Miguel; Emerson, Brent C.
    Natural recovery of genetic diversity by gene flow in reforested areas of the endemic Canary Island pine, Pinus canariensis
    33 2003physics ... 6072O
    0.089 06/2003 A X U
    Oleinik, V. P .; Arepjev, Yu. D.
    Physical Mechanism of Nuclear Reactions at Low Energies
    34 2007AIPC..954..386T
    0.088 11/2007 A E X T R U
    Tseng, Chih-Yuan; Lee, Hc
    Filter Out High Frequency Noise in EEG Data Using The Method of Maximum Entropy
    35 2007MPLA ... 22..949G
    0.088 00/2007 A E X R C U
    Gavrilik, A. M .; Rebesh, A. P.
    a q-OSCILLATOR with "accidental" degeneracy of energy levels
    36 2003cs ........ 5047B
    0.088 05/2003 A X C U H
    Baud, Jean-Philippe; Couturier, ben; Curran, Charles; Durand, Jean-Damien; Knezo, Emil; Occhetti, Stefano; Barring, Olof
    CASTOR status and evolution
    37 2010arXiv1012.4262B
    0.087 12/2010 A X R C U
    Biercuk, M. J .; Doherty, A. C .; Uys, H.
    Dynamical decoupling sequence construction as a filter design problem
    38 2006physics ... 5230K
    0.087 05/2006 A X U
    Kobayashi, Tsuneo
    Indoor-Atmospheric Radon-Related Radioactivity Affected by a Change of Ventilation Strategy
    39 2010PhyA..389.3193G
    0.087 08/2010 A E X R C U
    Gorban, Alexander N .; Smirnova, Elena V .; Tyukina, Tatiana A.
    Correlations, risk and crisis: From physiology to finance
    40 1999pac..conf..318K
    0.087 00/1999 A F X C U
    King, B. J.
    Potential hazards from neutrino radiation at muon colliders
    41 2009arXiv0912.1238L
    0.086 12/2009 A X U
    Leydesdorff, Loet; Ward, Janelle
    Communication of Science Shop Mediation: A Kaleidoscope of University-Society Relations
    42 2008arXiv0801.1694B
    0.086 01/2008 A X U
    Bolonkin, Alexander
    Cheap Method for Shielding a City from Rocket and Nuclear Warhead Impacts
    43 2008arXiv0812.3384N
    0.085 12/2008 A X R U
    Navascués, Miguel; Vaxevanidou, Zafeiro; González-Martínez, Santiago C; Climent, José; Gil, Luis; Emerson, Brent C.
    Chloroplast microsatellites reveal colonization and metapopulation dynamics in the Canary Island pine
    44 2010A & A ... 510A..37M
    0.085 02/2010 A E F X R C S N U
    Micelotta, E. R .; Jones, A. P .; Tielens, A. G. G. M.
    Polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbon processing in a hot gas
    45 1998MNRAS.299..176O
    0.085 08/1998 A E F G X R C U
    Offer, Alison R .; Bland-Hawthorn, Joss
    Rugate filters for OH-suppressed imaging at near-infrared wavelengths
    46 2006quant.ph.12089M
    0.085 12/2006 A X R C U
    Moore, Cristopher; Russell, Alexander; Sniady, Piotr
    On the impossibility of a quantum sieve algorithm for graph isomorphism: unconditional results
    47 2006cs ....... 12112B
    0.085 12/2006 A X U
    Baryshnikov, Boris; Clinciu, Cipri; Cunningham, Conor; Giakoumakis, Leo; Oks, Slava; Stefani, Stefano
    Managing Query Compilation Memory Consumption to Improve DBMS Throughput
    48 2005hep.ph .... 1216M
    0.084 01/2005 A X R C U H
    Marvin Herndon, J .; Edgerley, Dennis A.
    Background for Terrestrial Antineutrino Investigations: Radionuclide Distribution, Georeactor Fission Events, and Boundary Conditions on Fission Power Production
    49 2009arXiv0908.0627D
    0.084 08/2009 A X C U
    Dittmar, Michael
    The Future of Nuclear Energy: Facts and Fiction Chapter I: Nuclear Fission Energy Today
    50 2009A & A ... 504..115K
    0.084 09/2009 A E F X D R C S U
    Kervella, P .; Verhoelst, T .; Ridgway, S. T .; Perrin, G .; Lacour, S .; Cami, J .; Haubois, X.
    The close circumstellar environment of Betelgeuse. Adaptive optics spectro-imaging in the near-IR with VLT / NACO
    51 2001JAD ..... 7 .... 6D
    0.084 12/2001 A F X R C U
    Downes, R. A .; Duerbeck, H. W .; Delahodde, C. E.
    Luminosities of [O III] and Hydrogen Balmer lines in nova shells years and decades after outburst
    52 2007arXiv0704.2955S
    0.083 04/2007 A X R C U
    Sinha, Sitabhra; Pan, Raj Kumar
    How a "Hit" is Born: The Emergence of Popularity from the Dynamics of Collective Choice
    53 2002math ..... 12387F
    0.083 12/2002 A X U
    Feingold, Alex J.
    Fusion Rules for Affine Kac-Moody Algebras
    54 2010PLoSO ... 511569S
    0.083 07/2010 A E X R U
    Scoglio, Caterina; Schumm, Walter; Schumm, Phillip; Easton, Todd; Roy Chowdhury, Sohini; Sydney, Ali; Youssef, Mina; Mailund, Thomas
    Efficient Mitigation Strategies for Epidemics in Rural Regions
    55 2008arXiv0810.1355L
    0.083 10/2008 A X R C U
    Leskovec, Jure; Lang, Kevin J .; Dasgupta, Anirban; Mahoney, Michael W.
    Community Structure in Large Networks: Natural Cluster Sizes and the Absence of Large Well-Defined Clusters
    56 2001physics ... 2029D
    0.083 02/2001 A X U
    Dzyubak, S. N .; Gubin, Yu. I .; Dzyubak, O. P .; Sorokin, P. V .; Popov, V. F .; Orlov, A. A .; Krasnov, V. P.
    Extraction of Cs-137 by alcohol-water solvents from plants containing cardiac glycosides
    57 2009arXiv0909.1421D
    0.082 09/2009 A X R U
    Dittmar, Michael
    The Future of Nuclear Energy: Facts and Fiction Chapter III: How (un) reliable are the Red Book Uranium Resource Data?
    58 1997 CoPhC.106..105B
    0.082 10/1997 A E X R C
    Becciani, U .; Ansaloni, R .; Antonuccio-Delogu, V .; Erbacci, G .; Gambera, M .; Pagliaro, A.
    Parallel tree code for large N-body simulation: Dynamic load balance and data distribution on a CRAY T3D system
    59 2010arXiv1006.4019M
    0.082 06/2010 A X R U
    Miles, Richard
    Sloan-r 'photometry of Comet 17P / Holmes beyond 3.8 AU: An observing methodology for short-period comets far from perihelion
    60 2008siia.book..219S
    0.082 00/2008 A E X R U
    Seidel, Thomas; Hartwig, Jeanette; Sanders, Richard L .; Helbing, Dirk
    An agent-based approach to self-organized production
    61 1999AJ .... 118.2331V
    0.082 11/1999 A E F X D R C S N U
    Van Dyk, Schuyler D .; Peng, Chien Y .; Barth, Aaron J .; Filippenko, Alexei V.
    The Environments of Supernovae in Post-Refurbishment Hubble Space Telescope Images
    62 2010arXiv1001.3887C
    0.082 01/2010 A X R U
    Crane, Louis
    Starships and Spinoza
    63 2008arXiv0811.4499C
    0.082 11/2008 A X R U H
    Constantinou, Martha; Panagopoulos, Haralambos; Stylianou, photos
    O (a ^ 2) corrections to the propagator and bilinears of Wilson / clover fermions
    64 2005physics ... 8118A
    0.082 08/2005 A X R U
    Aste, T .; Di Matteo, T .; Tumminello, M .; Mantegna, R. N.
    Correlation filtering in financial time series
    65 2005PNAS..10210421T
    0.082 07/2005 A E F X R C U
    Tumminello, M .; Aste, T .; Di Matteo, T .; Mantegna, R. N.
    A tool for filtering information in complex systems
    66 2004cs ........ 5050C
    0.082 05/2004 A X U
    Chong, Miao M .; Abraham, Ajith; Paprzycki, Marcin
    Traffic Accident Analysis Using Decision Trees and Neural Networks
    67 2003physics ... 6129D
    0.082 06/2003 A X C U
    Duelman, Dirk
    The LCG POOL Project, General Overview and Project Structure
    68 2008arXiv0812.0146P
    0.081 11/2008 A X R C U
    Pestov, Vladimir
    Lower Bounds on Performance of Metric Tree Indexing Schemes for Exact Similarity Search in High Dimensions
    69 2007A & A ... 471..645C
    0.081 08/2007 A E F X R C S U
    Caramazza, M .; Flaccomio, E .; Micela, G .; Reale, F .; Wolk, S. J .; Feigelson, E. D.
    X-ray flares in Orion low-mass stars
    70 2000MNRAS.314..145L
    0.081 05/2000 A E F G X R C U
    Lia, Cesario; Carraro, Giovanni
    A parallel TreeSPH code for galaxy formation
    71 2011arXiv1106.4226C
    0.081 06/2011 A X R U
    Clemenza, Massimiliano; Fiorini, Ettore; Previtali, Ezio; Sala, Elena
    Measurement of airborne 131I, 134Cs, and 137Cs nuclides due to the Fukushima reactors accident in air particulate in Milan (Italy)
    72 2010PLoSO ... 515117P
    0.081 12/2010 A E X C U
    Perc, Matjaž; Wang, Zhen; Marshall, James A. R.
    Heterogeneous Aspirations Promote Cooperation in the Prisoner's Dilemma Game
    73 2010arXiv1006.4551R
    0.081 06/2010 A X U
    Raheja, Supriya; Rajpal, Smita
    Vagueness of Linguistic variable
    74 2011 Nature. 472 ... 69 P.
    0.081 04/2011 A E X R C U
    Safavi-Naeini, A. H .; Alegre, T. P. Mayer; Chan, J .; Eichenfield, M .; Winger, M .; Lin, Q .; Hill, J. T .; Chang, D. E .; Painter, O.
    Electromagnetically induced transparency and slow light with optomechanics
    75 2010arXiv1011.0957B
    0.081 11/2010 A X R U
    Bondarev, I. V .; Woods, L. M .; Popescu, A.
    Exciton-Plasmon Interactions in Individual Carbon Nanotubes
    76 2010MNRAS.406..612B
    0.081 07/2010 A E F X R C S U
    Bolton, James S .; Becker, George D .; Wyithe, J. Stuart B .; Haehnelt, Martin G .; Sargent, Wallace L. W.
    A first direct measurement of the intergalactic medium temperature around a quasar at z = 6
    77 2004nucl.ex ... 3056P
    0.081 03/2004 A X R C U H
    Pronskikh, V. S .; Adam, J .; Balabekyan, A. R .; Barashenkov, V. S .; Dzhelepov, V. P .; Gustov, S. A .; Filinova, V. P .; Kalinnikov, V. G .; Krivopustov, M. I .; Mirokhin, I. V .; and 12 coauthors
    Study of Proton Induced Reactions in a Radioactive 129-I Target at Ep = 660 MeV
    78 2010arXiv1010.5145L
    0.080 10/2010 A X U
    Letort, Veronique; Cournède, Paul-Henry; Mathieu, Amélie; De Reffye, Philippe; Constant, Thiéry
    Parametric identification of a functional-structural tree growth model and application to beech trees (Fagus sylvatica)
    79 2010arXiv1007.2876L
    0.080 07/2010 A X C U
    Lyons, Russell
    The Spread of Evidence-Poor Medicine via Flawed Social-Network Analysis
    80 2010arXiv1001.3748G
    0.080 01/2010 A X U
    Gopalakrishnan Nair, T. R .; Sowjanya Rao, N .; Bukkambudhi, Ananda
    Enhancing Fine Motor Skills of Wards with Special Needs Using Cluster Model of Cognition
    81 2009PhRvA..79d2711L
    0.080 04/2009 A E X R C U
    Li, Z .; Madison, K. W.
    Effects of electric fields on heteronuclear Feshbach resonances in ultracold L6i-R87b mixtures
    82 2009ApJ ... 695.1334S
    0.080 04/2009 A E F X R C S N U
    Smith, Nathan; Silverman, Jeffrey M .; Chornock, Ryan; Filippenko, Alexei V .; Wang, Xiaofeng; Li, Weidong; Ganeshalingam, Mohan; Foley, Ryan J .; Rex, Jacob; Steele, Thea N.
    Coronal Lines and Dust Formation in SN 2005ip: Not the Brightest, but the Hottest Type IIn Supernova
    83 2008nuco.confE..23H
    0.080 00/2008 A F X T R C U
    Herwig, F .; Diehl, S .; Fryer, C. L .; Hirschi, R .; Hungerford, A .; Magkotsios, G .; Pignatari, M .; Rockefeller, G .; Timmes, F. X .; Young, P .; Bennet, M. E.
    Nucleosynthesis simulations for a wide range of nuclear production sites from NuGrid
    84 2011arXiv1103.4282T
    0.080 03/2011 A X U
    Twigg, Andy; Byde, Andrew; Milos, Grzegorz; Moreton, Tim; Wilkes, John; Wilkie, Tom
    Stratified B-trees and versioning dictionaries
    85 2005physics..11127B
    0.080 11/2005 A X U
    Batista, Milan
    A Note on Linear Force Model in Car Accident Reconstruction
    86 2010A & A ... 520A..23R
    0.079 09/2010 A E F X R C S U
    Rieger, F. M .; Volpe, F.
    Short-term VHE variability in blazars: PKS 2155-304
    87 2005cs ........ 8071O
    0.079 08/2005 A X C U
    O'Donnell, Ryan; Saks, Michael; Schramm, Oded; Servedio, Rocco A.
    Every decision tree has an influential variable
    88 2003cs ........ 6026E
    0.079 06/2003 A X U
    Earl, A. D .; Hasan, A .; Boutigany, D.
    BdbServer ++: A User Driven Data Location and Retrieval Tool
    89 2010AIPC.1322..384Y
    0.079 12/2010 A E X T R U
    Yamagata-Sekihara, J .; Nieves, J .; Oset, E.
    Wave functions for dynamically generated resonances; the two? (1405) and? (1670)
    90 2009arXiv0902.3824L
    0.079 02/2009 A X U
    Liolios, Theodore
    Broken Arrows: Radiological hazards from nuclear warhead accidents (the Minot USAF base nuclear weapons incident)
    91 2009MNRAS.393..192S
    0.079 02/2009 A E F X R C U
    Sosa, Andrea; Fernández, Julio A.
    Cometary masses derived from non-gravitational forces
    92 2005PhRvD..72a2006X
    0.079 07/2005 A E X R C U
    Xin, B .; Wong, H. T .; Chang, C. Y .; Chen, C. P .; Li, H. B .; Li, J .; Lee, F. S .; Lin, S. T .; Singh, V .; Vannucci, F .; and 3 coauthors
    Production of electron neutrinos at nuclear power reactors and the prospects for neutrino physics
    93 2001AJ .... 122.2993S
    0.079 12/2001 A E F X D R C S N U
    Sulentic, Jack W .; Rosado, margarita; Dultzin-Hacyan, Deborah; Verdes-Montenegro, Lourdes; Trinchieri, Ginevra; Xu, Cong; Pietsch, Wolfgang
    A Multiwavelength Study of Stephan's Quintet
    94 2010JOSAB..27..146C
    0.079 05/2010 A E X R U
    Capmany, José; Fernández-Pousa, Carlos R.
    Optimum design for BB84 quantum key distribution in tree-type passive optical networks
    95 2002ApJ ... 574L.151R
    0.079 08/2002 A E F X D R C S U H
    Richer, Harvey B .; Brewer, James; Fahlman, Gregory G .; Gibson, Brad K .; Hansen, Brad M .; Ibata, Rodrigo; Kalirai, Jasonjot S .; Limongi, Marco; Rich, R. Michael; Saviane, Ivo; and 2 coauthors
    The Lower Main Sequence and Mass Function of the Globular Cluster Messier 4
    96 2011arXiv1105.0487P
    0.078 05/2011 A X U
    Perez-Loureiro, D .; Benlliure, J .; Álvarez-Pol, H .; Blank, B .; Casarejos, E .; Dragosavac, D .; Foehr, V .; Gascon, M .; Gawlikowicz, W .; Heinz, A .; and 11 coauthors
    Production of neutron-rich nuclei in fragmentation reactions of 132Sn projectiles at relativistic energies
    97 2008arXiv0805.0924B
    0.078 05/2008 A X U
    Bagler, Ganesh
    Complex Network view of performance and risks on Airport Networks
    98 1995hep.th .... 1114F