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Electron Tomography - Theory

2017 PARADIM SUMMER SCHOOL Tomography Theory Ercius

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From  James Overhiser on February 15th, 2019 7 plays

CAM Colloquium, 2017-03-17 - Jon M. Conrad: “Real Options for Endangered Species” or “What Does a Theory from Finance & Economics have to do with Wildlife Conservation?”

Abstract: Real option theory is concerned with the timing of investments that are costly to reverse and where future net benefits are uncertain (risky). Ecologists have determined that geometric…

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From  E. Cornelius on June 26th, 2017 2 plays