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- Krier, A., et al. Show all 8 Authors
- Journal of materials science 2019 v.54 no.4 pp. 3230-3241
- chemical structure; image analysis; quantitative analysis; semiconductors
- ... The qHAADF method allows the quantification of the composition at atomic column resolution in semiconductor materials by comparing the HAADF-STEM intensities between a region of interest to a region of the material of known composition. However, the application of this qHAADF approach requires both regions to be differentiable and included in the same micrograph at close proximity. This limits the ...
- Krier, A., et al. Show all 5 Authors
- Journal of applied ecology 2009 v.46 no.2 pp. 493-505
- Sus scrofa; wild boars; animal genetics; population genetics; wildlife diseases; disease control; population distribution; Bayesian theory; simulation models; thematic maps; cluster analysis; Germany
- ... 1. Spatially explicit Bayesian clustering techniques offer a powerful tool for ecology and wildlife management, as genetic divisions can be correlated with landscape features. We used these methods to analyse the genetic structure of a population of European wild boar Sus scrofa with the aim of identifying effective barriers for disease management units. However, it has been suggested that the met ...
- KRIER, A., et al. Show all 9 Authors
- Molecular ecology 2006 v.15 no.11 pp. 3191-3203
- Bayesian theory; Cervus elaphus; animals; fish and wildlife law; gene flow; genotyping; immigrants; population structure; rivers; urban areas; valleys; viticulture; Luxembourg
- ... Molecular forensic methods are being increasingly used to help enforce wildlife conservation laws. Using multilocus genotyping, illegal translocation of an animal can be demonstrated by excluding all potential source populations as an individual's population of origin. Here, we illustrate how this approach can be applied to a large continuous population by defining the population genetic structure ...