Positive Definite Functions for the Class Lp(G
<p>This thesis contains four main theorems on Positive definite functions for the class Lp(G) over compact and locally compact groups. Information as to how the class P(F) varies with F is provided by those theorems. ...
Dissolved organic carbon concentration, patterns and quality at a reclaimed and two natural wetlands, Fort McMurray, Alberta.
The oil sands extraction process in Northern Alberta is very extensive, as it requires the removal of vegetation and overburden materials from the landscape surface. By law, mining companies are required to restore the la...
Whole-Rock Pb Isotope Delineation of Archean and Paleoproterozoic Crustal Terranes in the Grenville Province and Adjacent Makkovik Province: Evidence for Juvenile Crustal Growth during the Paleoproterozoic
The Grenville Province and adjacent Makkovik Province represent two long-lived ancient orogenic belts that contain remnants of Paleoproterozoic crust accreted to the southeastern Laurentian margin during the Great Proterozoic Accretionary Orogen...
Oxygen isotope fractionation between hydroxyapatite (HAP)-bound carbonate and water at low temperatures
Calcium phosphates are important compounds as they exist in natural aqueous systems such as rivers, lakes, ocean, and soil. These calcium phosphates are widely used to provide information on paleotemperatures as well as many an...
Analysis of Flow Reversal under Two-Phase Natural Circulation in CANDU9 during Small Loss of Coolant Accident with Loss of Class IV Power
A thermal hydraulic analysis has been conducted to investigate the conditions leading
to the channel flow reversal and the subsequent effects that may have on the Primary
Heat Transfer System(PHTS) thermohydraulic parameters ...
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