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  • Multiwavelength Observations Reveal a Faint Candidate Black Hole X-Ray Binary in IGR J17285−2922. 

    Stoop, M.; van den Eijnden, J.; N. Degenaar; Bahramian, A.; Swihart, S. J.; Strader, J.; Jimenez-Ibarra, F.; Munoz-Darias, T.; M. Armas Padilla. M.; Shaw, A. W.; Maccarone, T.J.; Wijnands, R.; Russell, T. D.; Hernandez Santisteban, J. V.; Miller-Jones, J. C. A.; Russell, D. M.; Maitra, D.; Heinke, C. O.; Sivakoff, G. R.; Lewis, F.; Bramich, D. M. (Oxford University Press, 2021-07-24)
    IGR J17285−2922 is a known X-ray binary with a low peak 2–10 keV X-ray luminosity of ∼ 1036 erg s−1 during outburst. IGR J17285−2922 exhibited two outbursts in 2003 and 2010 and went into outburst again in 2019. We have ...
  • Birds and Bioenergy within the Americas: A Cross-National, Social–Ecological Study of Ecosystem Service Tradeoffs 

    Knowlton, Jessie.L.; Halvorsen, Kathleen.E.; Flaspohler, David J.; Webster, Christopher.R.; Abrams, Jesse; Almeida, Sara.M.; Arriaga-Weiss, Stefan L.; Barnett, Brad; Cardoso, Maíra R.; Cerqueira, Pablo V.; Córdoba, Diana; Persio Dantas-Santos, Marcos; Dunn, Jennifer L.; Eastmond, Amarella; Jarvi, Gina M.; Licara, Julian A.; Mata-Zayas, Ena; Medeiros, Rodrigo; Azahara Mesa-Jurado, M.; Yamily Moo-Culebro, Lízbeth; Moseley, Cassandra; Nielsen, Erik; Phifer, Colin C.; Pischke, Erin C.; Schelly, Chelsea; Selfa, Theresa; Silva, Chelsea A.; Souza, Tatiana; Sweitz, Samuel R.; Vázquez-Navarrete, César J. (MPDI, 2021-03-03)
    Although renewable energy holds great promise in mitigating climate change, there are socioeconomic and ecological tradeoffs related to each form of renewable energy. Forest-related bioenergy is especially controversial, ...
  • Cross-Cultural Adaptation of Motivational Interviewing for Use in Rural Nepal. 

    Rimal, Pragya; Khadka, Sonu; Bogati, Bhawna; Chaudhury, Jamuna; Kumari Rawat, Laxmi; Chhaya Bhat, Kumari; Manandhar, Pramita; Citrin, David; Maru, Duncan; Ekstrand, Maria L.; Bahadur Swar, Sikhar; Aryal, Anu; Kohrt, Brandon; Shrestha, Srijana; Acharya, Bibhav (BMC Psychology, 2021-04-01)
    Background: Motivational Interviewing (MI) has a robust evidence base in facilitating behavior change for several health conditions. MI focuses on the individual and assumes patient autonomy. Cross-cultural adaptation can ...
  • A new radio census of neutron star X-ray binaries 

    van den Eijnden, J.; Degenaar, N.; Russell, T. D.; Wijnands, R.; Bahramian, A.; Miller-Jones, J. C. A.; Hernandez Santisteban, J. V.; Gallo, E.; Atri, P.; Plotkin, R. M.; Maccarone, T. J.; Sivakoff, G.; Miller, J. M.; Reynolds, M.; Russell, D. M.; Maitra, D.; Heinke, C. O.; Armas Padilla, M.; Shaw, A. W. (Oxford University Press, 2021-07-21)
    We report new radio observations of a sample of 36 neutron star (NS) X-ray binaries, more than doubling the sample in the literature observed at current-day sensitivities. These sources include 13 weakly magnetized (B < ...
  • Snowfall-albedo feedbacks could have led to deglaciation of snowball Earth starting from mid-latitudes 

    de Vrese, Philipp; Stacke, Tobias; Caves Rugenstein, Jeremy; Goodman, Jason; Brovkin,Victor (Communications Earth & Environment, 2021-05-14)
    Simple and complex climate models suggest a hard snowball – a completely ice-covered planet – is one of the steady-states of Earth’s climate. However, a seemingly insurmountable challenge to the hard-snowball hypothesis ...

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