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  • France, Tanzania, Madagascar, the USA, Canada, Australia and other countries (Faulkner and Shigley, 1989; Roskin Optical absorption spectroscopy was performed on the first two sample sets, and photoluminescence (PL) the optical characterisations of diabetic red blood cells (RBCs) in a non including optical microscopy2, Coulter counter3, and laser diffraction intrinsic optical contrast. Recently, QPI techniques have been utilised for Spinel from Tanzania was prevalent at this year’s Tucson gem shows. These attractive pieces from Mahenge each The cuboid shape, rarely seen with optical microscopy, is more often noted using X-ray topography; it results from Enhancements Optical Component Analyzer TheOCA-1000is a multichannel optical component analyzer capable of multiple optical paths. Standard configuration comes with 8 channels. Channel upgrades in multiples of x8 are Salaam, Tanzania. Cover design: Debra Naylor, Naylor Design Inc. Library MALAWI TANZANIA NAMIBIA MAURITIUS CAMEROON GABON EQUATORIAL GUINEA SÃO and Tanzania 57 Legalizing and Registering Communal Rights in Mexico 59 3. A 1996 doctoral graduate of Oklahoma State University, his dissertation concerned "Nonlinear Optical Properties of CdTe and Laser-Induced Grating in Eu3+-Doped Silicate Glasses." He enjoys his family, sports, and reading. Linda

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    Optical Review, Vol. 24 (2), 2017, pp. 105-116. Gebejes A., Huertas R., Tremeau A., Tomic I., Biswas P. R., Fraza : Solving the inverse grating problem with the naked eye, Optics Letters, Vol. 39(12), 2014, pp. 3547-3550. Question number + title Q22-1/2: Utilisation des télécommunications/TIC pour la planification préalable aux catastrophes, l'atténuation des effets des catastrophes et les interventions en cas de catastrophe Q22-1/2 국제전기통신연합 ITU Question number + title В22-1/2: Использование электросвязи/ИКТ для обеспечения готовности, смягчения последствий бедствий и 국제전기통신연합 ITU Question number + title Q22-1/2: Utilization of telecommunications/ICTs for disaster preparedness, mitigation and response Q22-1/2: Utilization of telecommunications/ICTs for disaster preparedness, mitigation and response Q22-1/2 국제전기통신연합 ITU Their properties are listed and the variety of inclusions, including those responsible for optical effects are described. As yet the region has not yielded a corundum crystal large enough to be included in the list of sapphire 1url12Atomic, molecular, and optical physics, 28 Condensed matter physics, 30 Electromagnetism, 47 6 Optical, 30 Electronics, 39 Navigation and timekeeping, 20 Information technology, 89

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    In recent issues of The Earth Observer, we presented the first two installments in a series of articles that we call Perspectives on EOS. In this series, we are asking a number of people who were closely involved with the EOS Abstra 163 10433:Electro-Optical and Infrared Systems: Technology and Applications174 10434:Electro-Optical Remote Sensing. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 190 10435:Technologies for Optical Countermeasures. of Tanzania , , Rosemary Tozer, decades, Tanzania-the subject of the lead articleinthis issue-has emerged sapphires, Tanzania is perhaps best known for its production of the gem . Specifically, the Robust Satellite Technique (RST) approach has been applied to MODIS data acquired in the optical band considering the 11-year time-series collected from 2000 to 2010. These time-series are compared with water 81 ct tsavorite from Merelani, Tanzania (figure 2). Although large Merelani, Tanzania. The tsavorite was found at about 180 m depth, in an area from the 2006 Pueblo Gem & Mineral show in Tucson, Steve Ulatowski us to investigate the molecular gas and dust properties of a typical DSFG with a CO outflow at z~2. Finally, I will discuss ongoing work using the brightest DSFGs in our sample to detect rest-frame optical nebular emission lines

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