Thursday, January 22, 2015

Even Snow Creatures Want to Read

A bit of Winter Term whimsy... this snow creature appeared recently at the science library northeast corner, perfectly poised for over the shoulder reading.  Carmen Azevado seems unfazed by the scrutiny.

Thursday, January 15, 2015

Student and Faculty publications in Neuroscience and Geology

New publications from Oberlin students and faculty, as indexed in Web of Science:

Leslie, William R. (OC’15), Kristopher B. Karnauskas, and Jan H. Witting. 2014. The equatorial undercurrent and TAO sampling bias from a decade at SEA (vol 31, pg 2015, 2014). Journal of Atmospheric and Oceanic Technology 31 (12) (DEC): 2871-. [Oberlin users, access this through JournalFinder]

Goldfarb, Stephanie; Naomi E. Leonard; Patrick Simen, Assistant Professor Neuroscience; Carlos H. Caicedo-Nunez; and Philip Holmes. 2014. A comparative study of dift diffusion and linear ballistic accumulator models in a reward maximization perceptual choice task. Frontiers in Neuroscience 8 (AUG 5): 148.

Karsilar, Hakan; Patrick Simen, Assistant Professor Neuroscience; Samantha Papadakis (OC’15); and Fuat Balci. 2014. Speed accuracy trade-off under response deadlines. Frontiers in Neuroscience 8 (AUG 15): 248.

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Friday, January 09, 2015

Open Access article: Elrod, et al., on organic aerosol components.

A new publication from the Elrod laboratory, as indexed in Web of Science: 

Birdsall, Adam W. ’14; Miner, Corina R. ’15; Mael, Liora E. ’16; Elrod, Matthew J., Professor of Chemistry.
Mechanistic study of secondary organic aerosol components formed from nucleophilic addition reactions of methacrylic acid epoxide.

ATMOSPHERIC CHEMISTRY AND PHYSICS, 14 (23):12951-12964;  2014.  Open access