Now showing items 1-10 of 149
Hydrodynamics: Fluctuating initial conditions and two-particle correlations
(ELSEVIER SCIENCE BV, 2011)
Event-by-event hydrodynamics (or hydrodynamics with fluctuating initial conditions) has been developed in the past few years. Here we discuss how it may help to understand the various structures observed in two-particle ...
Velocity fluctuations and population distribution in clusters of settling particles at low Reynolds number
(American Institute of Physics, 2016-06)
A study on the spatial organization and velocity fluctuations of non-Brownian spherical particles settling at low Reynolds number in a vertical Hele-Shaw cell is reported. The particle volume fraction ranged from 0.005 to ...
Application of the water table fluctuation method to characterize groundwater recharge in the Pampa plain, ArgentinaApplication de la méthode de fluctuation du niveau piézométrique pour caractériser la recharge des eaux souterraines dans la plaine de la Pampa (Argentine)
(Taylor & Francis, 2013-09)
The water table fluctuation (WTF) method is based on accepting that rises of a water table are due to recharge water reaching the groundwater. To apply the method, an estimate of the specific yield of the zone of fluctuation ...
FLUCTUATION OF THE INITIAL CONDITIONS AND ITS CONSEQUENCES ON SOME OBSERVABLES
(POLISH ACAD SCIENCES INST PHYSICS, 2009)
We show effects of the event-by-event fluctuation of the initial conditions (IC) in hydrodynamic description of high-energy nuclear collisions on some observables. Such IC produce not only fluctuations in observables but, ...
Multi-flux tube initial condition and event-by-event hydrodynamics
(Elsevier Science BvAmsterdamHolanda, 2011)
Long-term Hydrologic Variability in a Large Subtropical Floodplain River: Effects on Commercial Fisheries
(John Wiley & Sons Ltd, 2017-03)
We analysed the effects of decadal and annual hydrologic fluctuations on freshwater fisheries catches in the Middle Paraná River for a period of six decades from the 1930s to the 1980s. The climatic fluctuations in this ...
Climate-driven population size fluctuations of jellyfish (Chrysaora plocamia) off Peru
There is a general concern that jellyfish populations are increasing throughout marine ecosystems worldwide, mainly due to environmental (e.g., climate drivers) and anthropogenic forces (e.g., overfishing and eutrophication), ...
Mesoscopic fluctuations in biharmonically driven flux qubits
(American Physical Society, 2017-01-15)
We investigate flux qubits driven by a biharmonic magnetic signal, with a phase lag that acts as an effective time reversal broken parameter. The driving induced transition rate between the ground and the excited state of ...
Glacier fluctuations in extratropical South America during the past 1000 years
This paper presents an updated, extensive review of glacier fluctuations during the past 1000 years in the extratropical Andes of South America between ca. 17° and 55°S. Given the variety of environmental conditions and ...
Trans-pacific glacial response to the antarctic cold reversal in the southern mid-latitudes
Elucidating the timing and regional extent of abrupt climate events during the last glacial-interglacial transition (similar to 18-11.5 ka) is critical for identifying spatial patterns and mechanisms responsible for ...