The future of iron pnictide superconductors in technology is still undecided. While these materials are now known to possess high critical temperatures and critical magnetic fields processing methods for these materials are still in their infancy. Recently we have been investigating possible ways to speed up the synthetic process for...
Published January 1889. Facts and recommendations in this publication may no longer be valid. Please look for up-to-date information in the OSU Extension Catalog: http://extension.oregonstate.edu/catalog
No-till pasture renovation can increase the quality and forage yield of
underproductive pastures. Decreased erosion, lower costs, and less lost
grazing time are advantages of no-till renovation compared to conventional
renovation. Unwanted vegetation is first controlled with herbicides to decrease
competition for introduced orchardgrass. Two field trials were conducted using...
This report supplements Research Bulletin 18 (1975) of the Forest Research Laboratory, School of Forestry, Oregon State University. Bulletin 18 summarized analyses of data for the first field season of the Pansy Basin Study. This Bulletin extends those analyses to the second, and final, field season. Time-study observations during the...
This report describes initial results of a yarding time study for the Pansy Basin Study, a cooperative research project designed to test the performance of skylines, balloons, and helicopters operating under various conditions of timber and terrain, and over a range of silvicultural and landscape design prescriptions. Observations during the...
Oregon State University operates a World-Wide Standard Seismograph
Station at Corvallis (COR) and a seismic station at Klamath Falls
(KFO), Oregon. Data recorded at the Portland (PTD), Oregon, seismic
station, operated by the Oregon Museum of Science and Industry, are
included in this Seismological Bulletin.
The Corvallis station includes three...
This issue of the PMFC bulletin focuses primarily on the English sole, including results of tagging off of various coasts and studies of various populations of English sole. It also gives a review of sablefish tagging in California and details the Oregon trawl fishery for mink food up to 1965.
Published August 1914. Facts and recommendations in this publication may no longer be valid. Please look for up-to-date information in the OSU Extension Catalog: http://extension.oregonstate.edu/catalog