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A disadvantage of lake sediment records is that sedimentation in lakes can be influenced by factors not related to glacier fluctuations, for example landslides and floods.
The fact that more than 40% of the auditors did not extend tests, given an unexpected fluctuation and little corroboration for management's explanation, raises concerns about whether underauditing may occur even in a relatively high-risk setting.
Not fully considering the pattern reflected by several unusual fluctuations when trying to explain what caused them.
One of the most striking predictions to come out of [inflation] is that all these structures that we see in the universe today, from stars and galaxies to voids and Great Walls, originated from quantum mechanical fluctuations during the earliest moments of the universe," says cosmologist Michael S.
The Survey experiment can do a little better, detecting temperature fluctuations over patches of sky half that size.
But because the plants still fall within the same long time-scale eddy, the power they produce will have correlated fluctuations at low frequencies, which generate the most power.
The precise measurement and control of magnetic fields and magnetic field fluctuations is an important step for experiments searching for a permanent electric dipole moment (EDM) of the neutron, and is one of the main factors limiting the accuracy.
Large fluctuations in the solar wind affect our local space weather, predicting these is as challenging as predicting large changes in stock prices.
This results in a higher conveying efficiency and a significant reduction of pressure fluctuations.
Real-time measurements on the spatial and temporal fluctuations of single molecules in living cells, which are not possible using other methods, are a major goal of this initiative.
At the same time, strong fluctuations occurred in the power-distribution grid in southern Sweden, damaging capacitors and power cables.
Alvarez and Jermann measure the "marginal cost of consumption fluctuations," that is the benefit of a small reduction in consumption fluctuations.
As a result, fluctuations in the amount, timing, pages, weight, and kinds of advertising pieces can vary significantly from period to period, depending on its customers' promotional needs, inventories, and other factors.
Magnetic noise is the component of noise due to thermal fluctuations of the magnetic layers used to sense the fields from data bits.
Inflation stretched to cosmic scales random patches of the fabric of space-time that had minuscule fluctuations in density, creating the lumps from which galaxies arose.