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    R/V Thompson EM302 SAT -- Cruise Report

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    Report of the GDR working group on the R-parity violation

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    This report summarizes the work of the "R-parity violation group" of the French Research Network (GDR) in Supersymmetry, concerning the physics of supersymmetric models without conservation of R-parity at HERA, LEP, Tevatron and LHC and limits on R-parity violating couplings from various processes. The report includes a discussion of the recent searches at the HERA experiment, prospects for new experiments, a review of the existing limits, and also theoretically motivated alternatives to R-parity and a brief discussion on the implications of R-parity violation on the neutrino masses.Comment: 60 pages, LaTeX, 22 figures, 2 table

    The Fisheries Analysis System (FAS): Creel Survey and Lake Analyses

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    F-69-R(1-3)Report issued on: October 1990Final report of Project F-69-R(1-3), Data Base Management and Analysis of Fisheries in Impoundments, conducted under of memorandum of understanding between Illinois Department of Conservation and the University of Illinois, supported through Fed(TRUNCATED

    ECFA Detector R&D Panel, Review Report

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    Two special calorimeters are foreseen for the instrumentation of the very forward region of an ILC or CLIC detector; a luminometer (LumiCal) designed to measure the rate of low angle Bhabha scattering events with a precision better than 10‚ąí3^{-3} at the ILC and 10‚ąí2^{-2} at CLIC, and a low polar-angle calorimeter (BeamCal). The latter will be hit by a large amount of beamstrahlung remnants. The intensity and the spatial shape of these depositions will provide a fast luminosity estimate, as well as determination of beam parameters. The sensors of this calorimeter must be radiation-hard. Both devices will improve the e.m. hermeticity of the detector in the search for new particles. Finely segmented and very compact electromagnetic calorimeters will match these requirements. Due to the high occupancy, fast front-end electronics will be needed. Monte Carlo studies were performed to investigate the impact of beam-beam interactions and physics background processes on the luminosity measurement, and of beamstrahlung on the performance of BeamCal, as well as to optimise the design of both calorimeters. Dedicated sensors, front-end and ADC ASICs have been designed for the ILC and prototypes are available. Prototypes of sensor planes fully assembled with readout electronics have been studied in electron beams.Comment: 61 pages, 51 figure

    Extraction of R = sigma_L/sigma_T from CCFR nu_mu-Fe and nubar_mu-Fe differential cross sections

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    We report on the extraction of R=sigma_L/sigma_T from CCFR nu_mu-Fe and nubar_mu-Fe differential cross sections. The CCFR differential cross sections do not show the deviations from the QCD expectations that are seen in the CDHSW data at very low and very high x. R as measured in nu_mu scattering is in agreement with R as measured in muon and electron scattering. All data on R for Q^2 > 1 GeV^2 are in agreement with a NNLO QCD calculation which includes target mass effects. We report on the first measurements of R in the low x and Q^2 < 1 GeV^2 region (where an anomalous large rise in R for nuclear targets has been observed by the HERMES collaboration).Comment: 4 pages, 4 figures, submitted to Phys. Rev. Let

    Manual for the Fish Population Surveys (DOC9 Package) for the District Fisheries Analysis System (FAS)

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    Update of Aquatic Biology Technical Report 87/11; final report of project F-69-R (1-3), Data Base Management and Analysis of Fisheries in ImpoundmentsReport issued on: issued October 1990INHS Technical Report prepared for Illinois Department of Conservatio

    Procedure for estimating tourism benefits

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    Mineral Industry Research laboratory Report No. 29, "Optimum Transportation Systems to Serve the Mineral Industry North of the Yukon Basin in Alaska", considers the transportation needs of the area north of the Yukon. The only industries that can be established there within the foreseeable future are minerals production, recreation, reindeer husbandry, and trapping. The present paper, M.I. R. L. Report No. 29A was originally written as an appendix to Report No. 29. After some consideration, if was decided that al though it is. too detai Ied an analysis of tourism tobe included in M.I.R.L. Report No. 29, it also is too valuable a contribution to not be published at all. Therefore, it has been published in its present form as a separate report. It is recommended that M. I. R. L. Report No. 29 be consulted, especially Chapter 6
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