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. Baret. 2004. Review of methods for in situ leafarea index determination - Part I. Theories, sensors and hemispherical photography. Agricultural and Forest Meteorology 121:19-35. Review of methods for in situ leafarea index

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, R. J. and R. J. Fairfax. 2002. Aerial photography for assessing vegetation change: a review of applications and the relevance of findings for Australian vegetation history. Aust. J. Bot. 50

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Journal of Thermal Analysis and Calorimetry
Authors: Dhruthiman R. Mantheni, M. P. K. Maheswaram, Hany F. Sobhi, Naullage Indika Perera, Alan T. Riga, M. Ellen Matthews, and K. Alexander

activation energy was evaluated in the premelt state for all the various chemicals studied and were defined by the overlay of DEA and DSC curves which marked the solid liquid transition. Macro photography for all the samples was recorded with a Sony

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Acta Microbiologica et Immunologica Hungarica
Authors: Balázs Dezsényi, László Sárközi, László Kaiser, Klára Tárkányi, Radka Nikolova, and Zorán Belics

the course of infection in women and to prevent future complications. Acknowledgements LK performed histology and photography at Jahn Ferenc South Pest Hospital, Department of Pathology, Budapest

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w powojennej fotografii prasowej na przykładzie „Przekroju” (1945–1956) [(Un)Real Socialism. The Circus in Post-War Press Photography as Exemplified in “Przekrój”, 1945-1956] . In C homa -J usińska , Małgorzata – K ruszyński , Marcin – O

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. W EBSTER , R. & B ECKETT , P. H. T. , 1970 . Terrain classification and evaluation using air photography: a review of recent work at Oxford . Photogrammetria . 26 . 51 – 75

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Journal of Thermal Analysis and Calorimetry
Authors: Jozef Rychlý, Agnes Lattuati-Derieux, Lyda Matisová-Rychlá, Katarína Csomorová, Ivica Janigová, and Bertrand Lavédrine

membranes that show properties of excellent blotting agents. Cellulose nitrate films became popular in the late 1880s because of their physical properties which made them ideal for photography. Into the early 1950s, cellulose nitrate films were used mostly

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-trait anxiety, PSU, and nature connectedness. In addition, questions regarding demographic make-up of participants, smartphone usage time, selfie-taking frequency, and nature photography were collected. The six-item Spielberger State-Trait Anxiety

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Postman remarked, “…Everything from telegraphy and photography in the 19th century to the silicon chip in the twentieth has amplified the din of information, until matters have reached such proportions today that for the average person, information no

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Introduction The cadmium(II) halides have industrial or biological importance. They are very toxic reagents that are using in metal plating, battery industry, photography, dying, and printing industries [ 1 ]. As well as

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