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Synthesis and Photocatalytic Properties of Nanocrystalline Hematite Films : Comparison to Natural Hematite Crystals
Contributor:Shankle, A. J. A.; Eggleston, Carrick; Ackerman, J.; Borman, C. J.
Meeting abstract for "Synthesis and Photocatalytic Properties of Nanocrystalline Hematite Films: Comparison to Natural Hematite Crystals."
Accurate Ray-Based Offset-To-Angle Transform from Normal Moveout Uncorrected Multicomponent Data in a Transversely Isotropic Medium with Vertical Symmetry Axis, An
Contributor:Mukhopadhyay, P. K.; Mallick, Subhashis
A new ray-based approach for converting multicomponent normal moveout uncorrected offset domain prestack seismic data into angles is presented. From any two-way zero-offset time sample and a given angle of incidence, the ...
Rapid Hydrologic Shifts and Prolonged Droughts in Rocky Mountain Headwaters During the Holocene
Contributor:Shuman, Bryan; Pribyl, P.; Minckley, T. A.; Shinker, J. J.
Rapid hydroclimatic shifts repeatedly generated centuries to millennia of extensive aridity across the headwaters of three of North America's largest river systems during the Holocene. Evidence of past lake-level changes ...
Mesozoic-Cenozoic Tectonothermal Evolution of the Ruby Mountains, East Humboldt Range, Nevada : A Cordilleran Metamorphic Core Complex, The
Contributor:Dallmeyer, R. D.; Snoke, Art; McKee, E. H.
A combined K-Ar and 40Ar/39Ar geochronological study of the Ruby Mountains-East Humboldt Range, Nevada, a Cordilleran metamorphic core complex, has revealed a complex tectonothermal history. The three structural subdivisions ...
Crust and Upper Mantle Velocity Structure of the Yellowstone Hot Spot and Surroundings
Contributor:Schutt, D. L.; Dueker, Ken; Yuan, H.
The Yellowstone hot spot has recently been shown to be a plume that extends into the transition zone. At roughly 60-120 km depth, the plume material rising beneath Yellowstone Park is sheared SW by North America Plate ...
Electrochemical Interaction of Shewanella Oneidensis Mr-1 and Its Outer Membrane Cytochromes Omca and MTRC with Hematite Electrodes
Contributor:Meitl, L. A.; Eggleston, Carrick; Colberg, P. J. S.; Khare, N.; Reardon, C. L.; Shi, L.
Bacterial metal reduction is an important biogeochemical process in anaerobic environments. An understanding of electron transfer pathways from dissimilatory metal-reducing bacteria (DMRB) to solid phase metal (hydr)oxides ...
Redox-Linked Coordination Change in OMCA : Implications for Dissimilatory Fe(III) Reduction
Contributor:Khare, N.; Eggleston, Carrick; Lovelace, D. M.
Meeting Abstract for "Redox-Linked Coordination Change in OMCA: Implications for Dissimilatory Fe(III) Reduction."
Student Experience 01 : Student-Teacher-Scientist Partnerships
Contributor:Houseal, Ana K.
Students, teachers, rangers, and research scientists, working together in a Student-Teacher-Scientist-Partnership, can gather exciting and beneficial data at MHS-more than scientists and students can gather alone. Middle ...
Air Compression as a Mechanism for the Underdamped Slug Test Response in Fractured Glacier Ice
Contributor:Meierbachtoll, T. W.; Harper, J. T.; Humphrey, Neil; Shaha, J.; Bradford, J. H.
Artificial perturbations of borehole water levels, known as slug tests, are a useful means of characterizing the glacier hydrologic system. Slug tests were performed on Bench Glacier, Alaska, in 21 boreholes over three ...
Imaging Yellowstone Plume-Lithosphere Interactions from Inversion of Ballistic and Diffusive Rayleigh Wave Dispersion and Crustal Thickness Data
Contributor:Stachnik, J. C.; Dueker, Ken; Schutt, D. L.; Yuan, H.
Diffusive and ballistic Rayleigh wave dispersion data from three PASSCAL seismic deployments are combined with crustal thickness constraints from receiver function analysis to produce a high-resolution shear velocity image ...