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    • An enigma in estimates of the Earth's dynamic ellipticity 

      Morrow, E; Mitrovica, Jerry; Forte, A.M.; Glišović, P; Huybers, Peter John (Oxford University Press, 2012)
      The precession and obliquity frequencies of the Earth’s rotational motion are functions of the dynamic ellipticity of the Earth’s gravitational figure, and this connection has provided a novel bridge between studies of ...
    • Estimates of Land Ice Changes from Sea Level and Gravity Observations 

      Morrow, Eric (2014-06-06)
      Understanding how global ice volume on the Earth has changed is of significant importance to improving our understanding of the climate system. Fortunately, the geographically unique perturbations in sea level that result ...
    • Lineage and Functional Analyses of Specific Subsets of Retinal Progenitor Cells 

      You, Wenjia (2015-05-21)
      The vertebrate central nervous system (CNS) is made up of a diverse array of cell types. The retina, an accessible part of the CNS with seven major cell types and more than sixty cell subtypes, is an excellent model system ...