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  • F1. An index of maximal land-atmosphere coupling and its use in estimating evaporative fraction across a range of Ameriflux sites 

    Salvucci, Guido D.; Gentine, Pierre (Internet-First University Press, 2012-05)
    Examination of heat and moisture fluxes at a wide range of Ameriflux sites reveals what appears to be an emergent property of the relative humidity profile, possibly due to strong coupling of the land-atmosphere system. ...
  • F1. Using Temperature-Based Estimations of Radiation to approximate Potential Evapotranspiration 

    Archibald, Josephine A; Walter, M. Todd (Internet-First University Press, 2012-05)
    It is well established that potential evapotranspiration (PET) can be reliably estimated using the energy budget at the canopy or land surface. However, in most cases the necessary measurements are not available. Because ...
  • F2. Evaporation from Lake Kasumigaura: Bulk Coefficients and Spatial Distribution of Latent Heat Flux 

    Michiaki, Sugita; Zhongwang, Wei; Aiko, Miyano; Hiroya, Ikura (Internet-First University Press, 2012-05)
    Study of lake evaporation includes various aspects of Dr Brutsaert’s interests such as the exchange processes on water surface, the development of internal boundary layer, estimation of evaporation rate, among others. In ...
  • F3. Hydrology in a Dutch Polder Catchment: Natural Processes in a Man-Made Landscape 

    Brauer, Claudia; Stricker, Han; Uijlenhoet, Remko (Internet-First University Press, 2012-05)
    Experimental catchments are traditionally located in areas with limited human influence, but the societal and financial losses due to hydrological extremes are often larger in more densely populated areas. In The Netherlands ...
  • F3. Regional Evaporation Using Atmospheric Boundary Layer Profiles (a.k.a Brutsaert’s Balloons) 

    Kustas, William P. (Internet-First University Press, 2012-05)
    Land surface temperature (LST) from thermal remote sensing is a surface boundary condition that is strongly linked to the partitioning of the available energy between latent (evapotranspiration) and sensible heat flux. ...
  • F4. Country-Wide Rainfall Maps from a Commercial Cellular Telephone Network 

    Overeem, Aart; Leijnse, Hidde; Uijlenhoet, Remko (Internet-First University Press, 2012-05)
    Accurate rainfall observations with high spatial and temporal resolutions are needed for many applications, for instance, as input for hydrological models. Weather radars often provide data with sufficient spatial and ...
  • The Fabric Flight Connection 

    Coffman, Charlotte (1997)
    The Fabric Flight Connection is a handbook detailing principles of flight, fibrous materials used in flight, the function of garments in relation to materials, resources, and activities that relate to flight and fabric. ...
  • Fabrication, Characterization, And Modeling Of Algan/Gan High Electron Mobility Transistors 

    Harvard, Ekaterina (2013-05-26)
    Initially, advances in the high frequency markets were begun by work in Gallium Arsenide systems. In recent years, however, the focus has shifted to the promise of ever higher power at ever higher frequency with the emergence ...
  • Facade 

    Mateas, Michael; Stern, Andrew (2005-07)
    Facade is an artificial intelligence-based art/research experiment in electronic narrative - an attempt to move beyond traditional branching or hyper-linked narrative to create a fully-realized, one-act interactive drama. ...
  • Face Vectors Of Subdivisions Of Balls 

    Kolins, Samuel (2011-05-29)
    A fundamental invariant of a subdivision of a space into cells is its collection of face numbers or f -vector. A major area of study is understanding the possible f -vectors of various types of subdivisions. Most of this ...
  • Facebook Usage: Limiting and Leaving 

    Baumer, Eric P. S.; Adams, Phil; Khovanskaya, Vera; Liao, Tony; Smith, Madeline; Sosik, Victoria Schwanda; Williams, Kaiton (2013-01-11)
    These data come from a questionnaire of over 400 Internet users, focusing specifically on Facebook and those users who have left the service. Results are reported in Baumer, E. P. S., Adams, P., Khovanskaya, V., Liao, T., ...
  • Facial fracture in a foal 

    Brinker, Danielle (2007-04-25)
    A four-month-old Arabian colt presented to Cornell University Hospital for Animals Large Animal Emergency Service for evaluation of facial trauma. The foal was seen galloping into a fence post earlier in the day. He was ...
  • A Facile Approach for the Synthesis of Monolithic Hierarchical Porous Carbons - High Performance Materials for Amine Based CO2 Capture and Supercapacitor Electrode 

    Estevez, Luis; Dua, Rrbal; Bhandari, Nidha; Ramanujapuram, Anirudh; Wang, Peng; Giannelis, Emmanuel (Energy & Environmental Science, 2013-05-03)
    An ice templating coupled with hard templating and physical activation approach is reported for the synthesis of hierarchically porous carbon monoliths with tunable porosities across all three length scales (macro- meso- ...
  • Facilitated Transport Of Groundwater Contaminants In The Vadose Zone: Colloids And Preferential Flow Paths 

    Morales, Veronica (2011-01-31)
    Although a wide variety of studies have been conducted to understand the numerous processes responsible for the transport of solutes and particulates through soils in order to prevent groundwater contamination, many gaps ...
  • Facing Forward: The Challenges Facing Cataloging and Catalogers 

    Hillmann, Diane I. (2008-10-16)
    Description of changes coming to cataloging with RDA: Resource Description and Access. Includes the relationship with Semantic Web technologies and the Functional Requirements for Bibliographic Records (FRBR) model.
  • Facing Forward: The Challenges Facing Cataloging and Catalogers 

    Hillmann, Diane (2008-10-17)
    This presentation discusses issues surrounding the implementation of Resource Description and Access (RDA)in libraries. It also covers the work done by the Dublin Core Metadata Initiative/RDA Task Group with provisional ...
  • Facing Time and Other Thieves: Meaning as Freedom in Joni Mitchell's Hejira 

    LeBlanc, Jim (2008-12-18)
    David Crosby has said of Joni Mitchell: "She can distill an experience or a feeling into song better than anyone". Indeed, when she is at her best, Mitchell's music is the product of a creative alchemy that is distinctly ...
  • Facing Up To Climate Change 

    Krebs, Lord John (University Lectures Committee, 2011-04)
    Lord John Krebs, professor principal at Jesus College, Oxford University and one of Britain's leading environmentalists delivered the last in his series of three Messenger lectures on science and public policy on April 11, ...
  • Fact Sheet on Redlining 

    Unknown author (1976-02-10)
  • Factor Models For Call Price Surface Without Static Arbitrage 

    Zhu, Fan (2012-01-31)
    Although stochastic volatility models and local volatility model are very popular among the market practitioner for exotic option pricing and hedging, they have several critical defects both in theory and practice. We ...