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Fri Mar 21 17:12:41 2014 UTClccn-n906127050.00An evolutionary stategy for nuclear power /0.531.00The fuel economy of light vehicles /41900319n 906127052689233Hippel, Frank von.Hippel, Frank von 1937-lccn-n79125115Tinbergen, Niko1907-1988lccn-no97023931Primack, J. R.(Joel R.)lccn-n81112059Sagdeev, R. Z.lccn-n83008882Federation of American Scientistslccn-n86127138Komitet sovetskikh uchenykh v zashchitu mira, protiv i︠a︡dernoĭ ugrozylccn-n79043494United StatesCongressHouseCommittee on Interior and Insular AffairsSubcommittee on Energy and the Environmentlccn-n84150957Cirincione, Josephlccn-n88676863Feiveson, Harold A.np-primack, joelPrimack, Joellccn-nr98032460Sood, RakeshVon Hippel, FrankHistoryInventoriesUnited StatesScience--Social aspectsScience and stateAnimal behavior--ResearchTinbergen, Niko,Sticklebacks--BehaviorSticklebacksScientists--Social aspectsPublic interestNuclear arms controlNuclear arms control--VerificationLiquid metal fast breeder reactorsNuclear energyEnergy policyTechnology and stateTechnology--Social aspectsBallistic missile defensesAntimissile missilesNuclear nonproliferationInternational relationsNuclear weapons--TestingIndiaPakistanNuclear fuelsRadioactive waste disposalSpent reactor fuelsNuclear weapons--Safety measuresNuclear fuels--Government policyScientists in governmentNuclear power plantsTechnology and state--Citizen participationBreeder reactors--Government policyBreeder reactorsAutomobiles--Fuel consumptionPennsylvaniaThree Mile Island Nuclear Power Plant (Pa.)Nuclear weapons--Inventory controlLiquid metal cooled reactorsNuclear power plants--Accidents--Environmental aspectsAutomobiles--WeightNuclear power plants--Accidents--Health aspectsNuclear weapons informationRadioactive pollutionRadioactive substances193719641967197019711972197419761978198019811983198419851986198719881990199119921993199519961998199920002001200220042006200720082009201026045896597.53Q127.U6ocn311672729ocn77325984489810ocn700489282file20090.39Von Hippel, FrankTinbergen's legacy in behaviour sixty years of landmark stickleback papersHistoryIn a flurry of post-war productivity, Niko Tinbergen re-established his lab in Leiden, wrote landmark papers and his famous book The Study of Instinct, and founded the journal Behaviour to serve the burgeoning field of ethology. Tinbergen and his senior assistant, Jan van Iersel, published their classic paper, "Displacement reactions in the three-spined stickleback," in the first issue of the journal in 1948. Stickleback are now a powerful model in the fields of behavioral ecology, evolutionary biology, developmental genetics, and ecotoxicology - an extraordinary development for a small fish that began its modeling career among an enthusiastic core of Tinbergen students in the 1930s. From a series of clever experiments with painted model fish to the use of the sequenced genome to analyze the genetic basis of courtship, stickleback science progressed in leaps and bounds, often via seminal studies published in the pages of Behaviour. traces sixty years in the development of science using stickleback as a model, with 34 original articles covering topics ranging from homosexuality and cannibalism to genetics and speciation. Desmond Morris, Theo Bakker, Robert Wootton, Michael Bell, Tom Reimchen, Boyd Kynard, Harman Peeke, and Iain Barber provide fresh retrospectives on their republished works. Commentary by Frank von Hippel accompanies the articles+-+947526955484011ocn001117780book19740.56Primack, J. RAdvice and dissent : scientists in the political arena46510ocn022887661book19910.47Von Hippel, FrankCitizen scientist+-+94523683351851ocn021227283book19900.86Reversing the arms race : how to achieve and verify deep reductions in the nuclear arsenals782ocn002648420book19760.93Von Hippel, FrankIssues bearing on the need for and the timing of the U.S. liquid metal fast breeder reactor : a report485ocn000796361book19700.94Von Hippel, FrankThe politics of technology; activities and responsibilities of scientists in the direction of technology212ocn035167110book19960.94The last fifteen minutes : ballistic missile defense in perspective82ocn042619946book19980.96Sood, RakeshThe road to nuclear zero : three approaches42ocn846725997art19811.00Gray, Charles LThe fuel economy of light vehicles31ocn279173492book20071.00Von Hippel, FrankManaging spent fuel in the United States : the illogic of reprocessing31ocn846790934art1985Von Hippel, FrankStopping the production of fissile materials for weapons31ocn846724869book1978Feiveson, Harold AAn evolutionary stategy for nuclear power21ocn311672729book1990Reversing the arms race : how to achieve and verify deep reductions in the nuclear arsenals; a book reporting results from the Cooperative Research Project on Arms Reductions of the Federation of American Scientists and the Committee of Soviet Scien tists for Peace and Against Nuclear Threat21ocn040843426book19780.47Feiveson, Harold AAn evolutionary strategy for nuclear power : alternatives to the breeder21ocn024734631book1991Von Hippel, FrankMasters of modern physics: citizen scientist22ocn245685443book19860.47Von Hippel, FrankQuantities of fissile materials in US and Soviet nuclear weapons arsenalsInventories11ocn669248136book1985Daugherty, WilliamCasualties due to the blast, heat and radioactive fallout from various hypothetical nuclear attacks on the United States11ocn227385363book1964Su(6) and the electromagnetic form factorsA nonstatic problem is discussed in which the possibility of an SU(6) symmetry arises in a natural way. It is shown that if an SU(6) invariance actually holds, then the magnetic moment ratio generalizes to the form-factor ratio = -2/311ocn024049142book1980Beyea, JanSome long-term consequences of hypothetical major releases of radioactivity to the atmosphere from Three Mile Island : final report to the President's Council on Environmental Quality11ocn636194892book1967Zero parameter model of the N-N potential+-+9475269554+-+9475269554Fri Mar 21 15:41:41 EDT 2014batch13037