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The study of neutron star magnetospheres with LOFT
The Large Observatory for X-ray Timing, LOFT, is designed to perform fast X-ray timing and spectroscopy with uniquely large throughput (Feroci et al. 2014). LOFT focuses on two fundamental questions of ESA’s Cosmic Vision ...
Methods and techniques employed to monitor and manage carbon capture and sequestration (CCS) induced seismicity
(GNS Science, 2016)
This report discusses the topic of induced seismicity resulting from the operations of subsurface CO2 injection at Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS) sites. The potential for induced seismicity to occur in CCS projects is ...
A7 Makaroro River dam site Phase 1C: Field characterisation of possible secondary fault displacement
(GNS Science, 2013)
GNS Science has undertaken a field study to investigate the possibility of active secondary faulting in the vicinity of the proposed A7 dam site on the Makaroro River, central Hawke’s Bay. The A7 site is located c. 750 ...
Pilot study to investigate indoor air quality (IAQ) in energy efficient homes in Ireland: Report prepared for EPA STRIVE and Sustainable Energy Authority of Ireland
(School of Physics, NUI Galway, 2010-09)
Within this pilot study a number of Indoor air pollutants were measured in five energy efficient homes built to enhanced standards of air tightness of between 0.75 m3 /hr/m2 and 8.75 m3 /hr/m2 . The five homes were ...
International ocean discovery program expedition 372 preliminary report: creeping gas hydrate slides and Hikurangi LWD, 26 November 2017 - 4 January 2018
(Texan A&M University, 2018-03)
International Ocean Discovery Program (IODP) Expedition 372 combined two research topics, slow slip events (SSEs) on subduction faults (IODP Proposal 781A-Full) and actively deforming gas hydrate bearing landslides (IODP ...
Interpretive review of the acoustic borehole image logs acquired to date in the Wairakei-Tauhara Geothermal Field
(Institute of Geological and Nuclear Sciences Limited, 2013)
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