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    • Compaction-Driven Fluid Localization as an Explanation for Lower Crustal Electrical Conductors in an Intracontinental Setting 

      Comeau, Matthew J.ORCIDiD; Becken, MichaelORCIDiD; Connolly, James A. D.ORCIDiD; Grayver, Alexander V.ORCIDiD; Kuvshinov, Alexey V.ORCIDiD (Geophysical Research Letters, 2020)
      We present electrical resistivity models, derived from magnetotelluric data, of the crust beneath the Bulnay region, Mongolia. They reveal that the lower crust contains a pattern of discrete zones (width of ~25 km) of low ...
    • Effect of anisotropy on solute transport in degraded fen peat soils 

      Wang, Miaorun; Liu, HaojieORCIDiD; Zak, Dominik; Lennartz, Bernd (Hydrological Processes, 2020)
      Peat soils are heterogeneous, anisotropic porous media. Compared to mineral soils, there is still limited understanding of physical and solute transport properties of fen peat soils. In this study, we aimed to explore the ...
    • The anisotropy in the optical constants of quartz crystals for soft X‐rays 

      Andrle, A.; Hönicke, P.; Vinson, J.; Quintanilha, R.; Saadeh, Q.; Heidenreich, S.; Scholze, F.; Soltwisch, V. (Journal of Applied Crystallography, 2021-02-19)
      The refractive index of a y‐cut SiO2 crystal surface is reconstructed from orientation‐dependent soft X‐ray reflectometry measurements in the energy range from 45 to 620 eV. Owing to the anisotropy of the crystal structure ...