The fluxes of radiation belt electrons are highly variable, due to a competition between various acceleration, loss, and transport processes. Studies of any of the processes are equally important. My study focuses on electron-EMIC (electromagnetic...
T cells. T cells -- Receptors. CD antigens. CD4 antigen. Immunologic memory. Herpesvirus diseases -- Immunological aspects. Vaccinia. CD8-Positive T-Lymphocytes -- immunology. CD4-Positive T-Lymphocytes -- immunology. Herpesviridae Infections --...
The phenomenon of immunological memory has been known for thousands of years. This knowledge has been applied to vaccination, which has resulted in a dramatic reduction in the number of deaths due to infectious diseases. Immunological memory is...
Van Allen radiation belts -- Mathematical models. ; Magnetosphere -- Mathematical models. ; Magnetohydrodynamics -- Mathematical models.
The physics of geomagnetically-trapped radiation has been a topic of interest since the discovery of the Van Allen belts in 1958. As the energetic particles comprising these belts can pose a hazard to human activity in space, considerable effort...
The Border Gateway Protocol (BGP) that manages inter-domain routing on the Internet lacks security. Protective measures using public key cryptography introduce complexities and costs. To support authentication and other security functionality in...
Van Allen radiation belts -- Mathematical models. Electrons -- Diffusion -- Mathematical models. Magnetohydrodynamic waves -- Mathematical models.
It is becoming increasingly important to understand the dynamics of radiation belt energetic particles given their potentially hazardous effects on satellites and our ever-increasing dependence on those satellites. There is a need to determine...
Lowest order charged particle motion in the Earth''s magnetosphere can be explained using simple adiabatic theory. However, nonadiabatic theory is required to explain particle behavior in cases such as when the particle's gyroradius is large...
Killer cells. Natural immunity. Major histocompatibility complex. Generative organs.
The immune system in the human endometrium maintains the delicate balance between defense against foreign pathogens and tolerance allowing for the implantation and development of a semi-allogeneic conceptus. Uterine NK cells which may comprise up...
Crew Team, 1964; Varsity Heavyweight Rowing; left to right: Lade, H. B. '65; Northrop, E. H. '66; Ernst, R. Z. '65; Brayton, R. C. '64; Goodrich, H. F., Jr. '64; Butterworth, T. '66; Hopperstead, L. O. '66; Wilkin, M. G.'64; kneeling: Corneveaux,...
Crew Team, 1962-1963; Freshman Rowing Heavyweight; left to right: Dow, W. B.; Northrop, E. H.; Hopperstead, L. O.; Butterworth, T. ; Newton, J. C.; Boies, J. H.; Vanderderg, L. H.; Yezer, A. M.; kneeling: Smith, S. L.; photo by David Pierce Studio,...
Crew Team, 1965; Varsity Heavyweight; Standing: Williams, D. H., III '66; Jordan, S. '66; Smith, R. C. '66; Butterworth, T. '66; Hopperstead, L. O. '66; Ernst, R. Z. '65; Lade, H. B. '65 (Captain); Northrop, E. H. '66; kneeling: Southworth, A. R.,...