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  • Call number: AWI A10-18-91567
    In: AIP conference proceedings, Vol. 1531
    Type of Medium: Monograph available for loan
    Pages: XXV, 970 S. , Ill., graph. Darst., Kt.
    ISBN: 9780735411555 , 9781629936963 (Print on Demand)
    Series Statement: AIP conference proceedings 1531
    Language: English
    Note: Table of Contents: Preface: Radiation Processes in the Atmosphere and Ocean / Robert F. Cahalan. - Acknowledgments. - PLENARY SESSION. - UNION-HISTORICAL PERSPECTIVES AND CURRENT TOPICS IN RADIATION PROCESSES IN THE ATMOSPHERE AND OCEAN / Conveners: R. F. Cahalan, W. Schmutz, B. J. Sohn, and J. Fischer. - 125 years of radiative transfer: Enduring triumphs and persisting misconceptions / Michael I. Mishchenko. - Active remote sensing of cloud microphysics / Hajime Okamoto. - MIPAS: 10 years of spectroscopic measurements for investigating atmospheric composition / Herbert Fischer. - Status of high spectral resolution IR for advancing atmospheric state characterization and climate trend benchmarking: A period of both opportunity realized and squandered / Henry Revercomb, Fred Best, Robert Knuteson, David Tobin, Joe Taylor, and Jon Gero. - Growing up MODIS: Towards a mature aerosol climate data record / Robert C. Levy. - Radiative transfer and regional climate change / Kuo-Nan Liou. - Ocean optics: The next frontier / George W. Kattawar. - PARALLEL SESSIONS. - RADIATIVE TRANSFER THEORY AND MODELING / Conveners: B. Mayer, A. Marshak, and J.-L. Widlowski. - Oral Presentations. - New approach for radiative transfer in sea ice and its application for sea ice satellite remote sensing / E. P. Zege, A. V. Malinka, I. L. Katsev, A. S. Prikhach, and G. Heygster. - The line-by-line and polarized Monte Carlo atmospheric radiative transfer model / B. A. Fomin and V. A. Falaleeva. - Hyperspectral retrieval of surface reflectances: A new scheme / Jean-Claude Thelen and Stephan Havemann. - Accelerations of the discrete ordinate method for nadir viewing geometries / Dmitry Efremenko, Adrian Doicu, Diego Loyola, and Thomas Trautmann. - The simulation of radar and coherent backscattering with the Monte Carlo model MYSTIC / Christian Pause, Robert Buras, Claudia Emde, and Bernhard Mayer. - The visibility of airborne volcanic ash from the flight deck of an aircraft - The effect of clouds in the field of view / Daniel Sauer, Josef Gasteiger, Claudia Emde, Robert Buras, Bernhard Mayer, and Bernadett Weinzierl. - Results of processing airborne NASA and Russian cloud data / Irina Melnikova, Jefwa M. Genya, and Charles K. Gatebe. - 3D radiative processes in satellite measurements of aerosol properties / Tamás Várnai, Alexander Marshak, Weidong Yang, and Guoyong Wen. - Assessment of cloud heterogeneities effects on brightness temperatures simulated with a 3D Monte Carlo code in the thermal infrared / Thomas Fauchez, Céline Cornet, Frédéric Szczap, and Philippe Dubuisson. - Parametric 3D atmospheric reconstruction in highly variable terrain with recycled Monte Carlo paths and an adapted Bayesian inference engine / Ian Langmore, Anthony B. Davis, Guillaume Bal, and Youssef M. Marzouk. - Remote sensing of particle size profiles from cloud sides: Observables and retrievals in a 3D environment / Florian Ewald, Tobias Zinner, and Bernhard Mayer. - Poster Presentations. - Characterization of cloud microphysical parameters using airborne measurements by the research scanning polarimeter / Mikhail D. Alexandrov, Brian Cairns, Michael I. Mishchenko, Andrew S. Ackerman, and Claudia Emde. - Solution of the radiative transfer equation by eliminating the anisotropic part within the method of synthetic iteration / Vladimir P. Budak and Oleg V. Shagalov. - The phase matrix truncation impact on polarized radiance / M. Compiègne, L. C-Labonnote, and P. Dubuisson. - Evaluation of cloud heterogeneity effects on total and polarized visible radiances as measured by POLDER/PARASOL and consequences for retrieved cloud properties / C. Cornet, F. Szczap, L. C.-Labonnote, T. Fauchez, F. Parol, F. Thieuleux, J. Riedi, P. Dubuisson, and N. Ferlay. - Retrieval of volcanic ash and ice cloud physical properties together with gas concentration from IASI measurements using the AVL model / S. Kochenova, M. De Mazière, N. Kumps, S. Vandenbussche, and T. Kerzenmacher. - Use of shadowband correction models for predicting direct solar irradiance / M. C. Kotti, A. A. Argiriou, and A. Kazantzidis. - Simulation of airborne radar observations of precipitating systems at various frequency bands / Valentin Louf, Olivier Pujol, and Jérôme Riedi. - Fast radiative transfer model to simulate spectroscopic measurements of outgoing IR radiances in cloudy conditions / Alexey Rublev and Anatoly Trotsenko. - Intercomparison of three microwave/infrared high resolution line-by-line radiative transfer codes / F. Schreier, S. Gimeno Garcia, M. Milz, A. Kottayil, M. Höpfner, T. von Clarmann, and G. Stiller. - Py4CAtS – Python tools for line-by-line modelling of infrared atmospheric radiative transfer / Franz Schreier and Sebastián Gimeno García. - Theory of weak spectral line formation within a plane-parallel atmosphere bounded from below by a reflecting underlying surface / Oleg I. Smokty. - Analytical spatial-angular structure of polarized radiation fields in a uniform atmospheric slab / Oleg I. Smokty. - The mirror symmetry principle for radiation fields in a vertically non-uniform atmospheric slab / Oleg I. Smokty. - A 3D polarized Monte Carlo LIDAR system simulator for studying effects of cirrus inhomogeneities on CALIOP/CALIPSO measurements / F. Szczap, C. Cornet, A. Alqassem, Y. Gour, L. C.-Labonnote, and O. Jourdan. - The significance analysis of FY-2E split window data for "clear region" AMVs derivation / Zhenhui Wang, Yizhe Zhan, Zhiguo Zhang, and Lu Yang. - PARTICLE RADIATIVE PROPERTIES / Conveners: T. Aoki, P. Di Girolamo, and H. Ishimoto. - Oral Presentations. - Retrieval of aerosol microstructure and radiative properties for moderate turbidity under conditions of Western Siberia / Tatiana B. Zhuravleva, Tatiana V. Bedareva, and Mikhail A. Sviridenkov. - Vertical resolved aerosol characterization during the GAMARF campaign: Aerosol size distribution and radiative properties / José Luis Gómez-Amo, Daniela Meloni, Alcide di Sarra, Tatiana DiIorio, Wolfgang Junkermann, Víctor Estellés, Giandomenico Pace, and Jeroni Lorente. - A novel, broadband spectroscopic method to measure the extinction coefficient of aerosols in the near-ultraviolet / Eoin M. Wilson, Jun Chen, Ravi M. Varma, John C. Wenger, and Dean S. Venables. - Aerosol characteristics at the Alpine site of Innsbruck, Austria / Sigrid Wuttke, Axel Kreuter, and Mario Blumthaler. - Comparison of modeled optical properties of Saharan mineral dust aerosols with SAMUM lidar and photometer observations / Josef Gasteiger and Matthias Wiegner. - A self-consistent high- and low-frequency scattering model for cirrus / Anthony J. Baran, Richard Cotton, Stephan Havemann, Laurent C.-Labonnote, and Franco Marenco. - Does scattered radiation undergo bluing within clouds? / I. Melnikova, T. Simakina, A. Vasilyev, C. Gatebe, and C. Varotsos. - Poster Presentations. - Numerical simulation of spectral albedos of glacier surfaces covered with glacial microbes in Northwestern Greenland / Teruo Aoki, Katsuyuki Kuchiki, Masashi Niwano, Sumito Matoba, Jun Uetake, Kazuhiko Masuda, and Hiroshi Ishimoto. - Development of a quality control algorithm for analysis of SKYNET data and an estimation of the single scattering albedo / Makiko Hashimoto and Teruyuki Nakajima. - Optical modeling of irregularly shaped ice particles in convective cirrus / Hiroshi Ishimoto, Kazuhiko Masuda, Yuzo Mano, Narihiro Orikasa, and Akihiro Uchiyama. - Optimizing the ice crystal scattering database for the GCOM-C/SGLI satellite mission / Husi Letu, Takashi Y. Nakajima, Takashi N. Matsui, and Yoshiaki Matsumae. - Synergetic retrieval of atmospheric aerosol from a combination of lidar and radiometer ground-based observations / Anton Lopatin, Oleg Dubovik, Anatoli Chaikovsky, Philippe Goloub, Didier Tanre, Pavel Litvinov, and Tatiana Lapyonok. - Satellite study over Europe to estimate the single scattering albedo and the aerosol optical depth / E. Rodríguez, P. Kolmonen, A.-M. Sundström, L. Sogacheva, T. Virtanen, and G. de Leeuw. - Detection and analyses of hydrometeor properties from EarthCARE data / Kaori Sato and Hajime Okamoto. - Characterization of particle hygroscopicity by Raman lidar: Selected case studies from the convective and orographically-induced precipitation study / Dario Stelitano, Paolo Di Girolamo, and Donato Summa. - Characterization of PBL height and structure by Raman lidar: Selected case studies from the convective and orographically-induced precipitation study / Donato Summa, Paolo Di Girolamo, and Dario Stelitano. - GENERAL REMOTE SENSING / Conveners: A. Larar, B. J. Sohn, W. Smith, and J. Schmetz. - Oral Presentations. - IASI/MetOp sounder contribution for atmospheric composition monitoring: 4-year study of radiance data / C. Oudot, C. Clerbaux, J. Hadji Lazaro, M. George, S. Safieddine, L. Clarisse, D. Hurtmans, and P. Coheur. - Retrieval of relative humidity profiles and its associated error from Megha-Tropiques measurements / R. Sivira, H. Brogniez, C. Mallet, and Y. Oussar. - Geophysical information from advanced Sounder InfraRed spectral radiance / Allen M. Larar, Daniel K. Zhou, Xu Liu, and William L. Smith. - The atmospheric and surface sounding from the Meteor satellite (numerical simulation) / Alexander Polyakov, Yuriy Timofeyev, Vladimir Kostsov, Yana Virolainen, and Alexander Uspensky. - Monitoring AVHRR-MODIS-VIIRS radiometrie consistency using MICROS online near-real time system / XingMing Liang, Alexander Ignatov, and Korak Saha. - Characterization of convection-related parameters by Raman lidar: Selected case studies from the convective and orographically-induced precipitation study / Paolo Di Girolamo, Donato Summa, and Dario Stelitano. - A new method for retrieving equivalent cloud base height and equivalent emissivity by using ground-based high-resolution infrared radiance / LinJun Pan and DaRen Lu. - General approach to the formulation and solution of the multi-parameter inverse problems of atmospheric remote sensing / Vladimir Kostsov. - Atmospheric profiling synthetic observation system (APSOS) / Daren Lu and Weilin Pan. - Inferences about pressures and vertical extension of cloud layers from POLDER3/PARASOL measurements in the oxygen A-band / Marine Desmons, Nicolas Ferlay, Frédéric Parol, Claudine Vanbauce, and Linda Mcharek. - Simultaneous multi-layer retrievals of ice and liquid water cloud properties using passive measurements / O. Sourdeval, L. C.-Labonnote, G. Brogniez, and A. J. Baran. - Influence of surface albedo inhomogeneities on passive remote sensing of cirrus properties / Clemens Fricke, André Ehrlich, Evelyn Jäckel, Birger Bohn, Martin Wirth, and Manfred Wendisch. - On the feasibility to combine observations from multiwavelength radar and the multi-frequency radiometer ADMIRARI to retrieve precipitating cloud parameters / Pablo Saavedra Garfias, Alessandro Battaglia, Clemens Simmer, Manuel Vega, and V. Chandrasekar. - Cloud retrieval using ship-based spectral transmissivity measurements / M. Brueckner, A. Macke, M. Wendisch, T. Kanitz, and B. Pospichal. - Diagnosis and improvement of cloud parameterization schemes in NCEP/GFS using multiple satellite products / Hyelim Yoo and Zhanqing Li. - Influence of sky radiance measurement errors on inversion-retrieved aerosol properties / B. Torres, C. Toledano, A. J. Berjón, O. Dubovik, V. E. Cachorro, Y. S. Bennouna, D. Fuertes, R. González, P. Goloub, T. Podvin, L. Blarel, and A. M. de Frutos. - Possibilities for the retrieval of aerosol vertical profiles from space using hyper spectral radiance measurements in the oxygen absorption bands / André Hollstein and Florian Filipitsch. - Correction of MODIS aerosol retrieval for 3D radiative effects in broken cloud fields / Guoyong Wen, Alexander Marshak, Lorraine Remer, Robert Levy, Norman Loeb, Tamás Várnai, and Robert F. Cahalan. - Aerosol climatology over Japan site measured by ground-based sky radiometer / Kazuma Aoki, Toshihiko Takemura, Kazuaki Kawamoto, and Tadahiro Hayasaka. - Inter-calibration of METEOSAT IR and WV channels using HIRS / Rob Roebeling, Jörg Schulz, Tim Hewison, and Bertrand Theodore. - Poster Presentations. - Analysis of the parameters of the upper atmosphere and ionosphere based on radio occultation, ionosonde measurements, IRI and NeQuick model data / E. S. Andreeva and M. V. Lokota. - The annual cycle of total precipitable water vapor derived from different remote sensing techniques: An application to several sites of the Iberian Peninsula / Y. S. Bennouna, B. Torres, V. E. Cachorro, J. P. Ortiz de Galisteo, C. Toledano, A. Berjón, D. Fuertes, R. González, and A. M. de Frutos. - Fifteen years of stratospheric nitrogen dioxide and ozone measurements in Antarctica / D. Bortoli, F. Ravegnani, G. Giovanelli, P. S. Kulkarni, M. Anton, M. J. Costa, and A. M. Silva. - CO2 total column amounts at TCCON sites Izaña (28.3 N, 16.5 W) and Karlsruhe (49.1 N, 8.5 E) / S. Dohe, F. Hase, E. Sepúlveda, A. Gomez-Pelaez, M. Schneider, T. Blumenstock, and O. García. - Maiden flight of the infrared sounder GLORIA / Felix Friedl-Vallon and GLORIA-Team. - The effects of ground-track sampling of aerosol fields / I. Geogdzhayev, B. Cairns, M. Alexandrov, and M. Mishchenko. - Possibility to discriminate snow types using brightness temperatures in the thermal infrared wavelength region / Masahiro Hori, Tomonori Tanikawa, Teruo Aoki, Akihiro Hachikubo, Konosuke Sugiura, Katsuyuki Kuchiki, and Masashi Niwano. - Use of information on locally normalized relative humidity profiles for improving UTH retrieval / Hyun-Sung Jang and B. J. Sohn. - A semi-empirical model for estimating surface solar radiation from satellite data / Serm Janjai, Somjet Pattarapanitchai, Rungrat Wattan, Itsara Masiri, Sumaman Buntoung, Worrapass Promsen, and Korntip Tohsing. - New method for radiation calibration of satellite sensors with high spatial resolution / I. L. Katsev, A. S. Prikhach, and E. P. Zege. - An in-flight blackbody calibration source for the GLORIA interferometer onboard an airborne research platform / R. Koppmann, F. Olschewski, P. Steffens, C. Rolf, P. Preusse, A. Ebersoldt, F. Friedl-Vallon, A. Kleinert, C. Piesch, J. Hollandt, B. Gutschwager, and C. Monte. - Retrieval of cloud top and bottom heights using advanced Earth observing satellite / global imager (ADEOS-II / GLI) data / Makoto Kuji. - Combined remote sensing of cloud characteristics with surface-based radar, lidar, and all sky imagers over Beijing, China / Jinli Liu, Daren Lu, Yongheng Bi, Shu Duan, Yong Yang, Yubin Pan, and Yu Li. - 3MI: The Multi-Viewing Multi-Channel Multi-Polarization Imaging Mission of the EUMETSAT Polar System - Second Generation (EPS-SG) dedicated to aerosol characterization / Thierry Marbach, Pepe Phillips, and Peter Schlüssel. - Information content for cloud ice microphysics in the FIR radiance spectrum / Aronne Merrelli and David D. Turner. - Climatology of POLDER/PARASOL cloud properties / F. Parol, J. Riedi, C. Vanbauce, C. Cornet, S. Zeng, F. Thieuleux, and N. Henriot. - Remote sensing of tropospheric total column water vapor: Intercomparison of POLDER, AMSR-E and MODIS retrievals / J. Riedi, L. Mcharek, P. Dubuisson, F. Parol, and F. Thieuleux. - Assessment of aerosol hygroscopic growth using an elastic LIDAR and BRAMS simulation in urban metropolitan areas / Patrícia F. Rodrigues, Eduardo Landulfo, Adilson Wagner Gandu, and F. J. S. Lopes. - Observations of UV radiation and total ozone column using ground based instruments in Río Gallegos, Argentina (51º 36' S, 69º 19' W) / Jacobo Salvador, Elian Wolfram, Facundo Orte, Raul D'Elia, Daniela Bulnes, and Eduardo Quel. - A compact and low resolution spectrometer for the inversion of water vapor total column amounts / E. Sepúlveda, M. Schneider, F. Hase, O. E. García, M. Gisi, T. Blumenstock, S. Dohe, Y. González, and J. C. Guerra. - The influence of the Earth’s atmospheric turbulence on the space optical system resolution / Oleg I. Smokty. - Providing radiometric traceability for the calibration home base of DLR by PTB / D. R. Taubert, J. Hollandt, P. Sperfeld, S. Pape, A. Höpe, K.-O. Hauer, P. Gege, T. Schwarzmaier, K. Lenhard, and A. Baumgartner. - Synergetic ground-based methods for remote measurements of ozone vertical profiles / Yuriy Timofeyev, Vladimir Kostsov, and Yana Virolainen. - Columnar aerosol characterization over Scandinavia and Svalbard / C. Toledano, V. E. Cachorro, J. P. Ortiz de Galisteo, Y. Bennouna, A. Berjón, B. Torres, D. Fuertes, R. González, and A. M. de Frutos. - Application of a precipitating cloud classification method to radar observations in Thailand / Parichat Wetchayont, Tadahiro Hayasaka, and Shuichiro Katagiri. - Deriving stratospheric trace gases from balloon-borne infrared/microwave limb sounding measurements / Jian Xu, Franz Schreier, Adrian Doicu, Peter Vogt, and Thomas Trautmann. - Surface visibility retrieval with observations from the medium resolution spectral imager (MERSI) onboard the FY-3A meteorological satellite / Zhou Zhuhua, Liu Yuling, Zhang Wenjun, and Fu Rong. - UNDERSTANDING CLIMATE USING SATELLITE DATA - INCLUDING EARTHCARE / Conveners: G. Stephens, C. Stubenrauch, H. W. Barker, and T. Wehr. - Oral Presentations. - Decadal changes in thin cirrus height measured by MISR / Abhnil Amtesh Prasad and Roger Davies. - GEWEX cloud assessment: A review / Claudia Stubenrauch, William B. Rossow, Stefan Kinne, Steve Ackerman, Gregory Cesana, Hélène Chepfer, Larry Di Girolamo, Brian Getzewich, Anthony Guignard, Andy Heidinger, Brent Maddux, Paul Menzel, Patrick Minnis, Cindy Pearl, Steven Platnick, Caroline Poulsen, Jérôme Riedi, Andrew Sayer, Sunny Sun-Mack, Andi Walther, Dave Winker, Shen Zeng, and Guangyu Zhao. - Cirrus cloud properties from combined IIR and lidar observations of CALIPSO / Anne Garnier, Jacques Pelon, Dave M. Winker, Philippe Dubuisson, Mark A. Vaughan, and Nicolas Pascal. - FAME-C: Retrieval of cloud top pressure with vertically inhomogeneous cloud profiles / Cintia Carbajal Henken, Rasmus Lindstrot, Florian Filipitsch, Andi Walther, Rene Preusker, and Jürgen Fischer. - Outcome of the third cloud retrieval evaluation workshop / Rob Roebeling, Bryan Baum, Ralf Bennartz, Ulrich Hamann, Andy Heidinger, Anke Thoss, and Andi Walther. - HIRS OLR climate data record – Production and validation updates / Hai-Tien Lee and Robert G. Ellingson. - Difference in fractional occurrences of precipitation categories in terms of cloud properties / Kazuaki Kawamoto and Kentaroh Suzuki. - Satellite-based analysis of clouds and radiation properties of different vegetation types in the Brazilian Amazon region / Nadine Schneider, Johannes Quaas, Martin Claussen, and Christian Reick. - Validation of monthly surface solar radiation over Europe derived from the CM SAF dataset against homogenized GEBA series (1983-2005) / Arturo Sanchez-Lorenzo, Joerg Trentmann, and Martin Wild. - Aerosol radiative forcing over liquid water clouds based on A-Train synergies and active/passive polarized observations / D. Josset, L. Doppler, F. Waquet, G. Seze, J. Pelon, Y. Hu, J. Fischer, F. Ravetta, C. Tsamalis, and P. Zhai. - The importance of Asian dust aerosols as CCN estimated from satellite data analysis / Tadahiro Hayasaka, Tetsuhiko Saito, and Hironobu Iwabuchi. - Scientific aspects of the Earth Clouds, Aerosols, and Radiation Explorer (EarthCARE) mission / D. P. Donovan, H. W. Barker, R. J. Hogan, T. Wehr, M. Eisinger, D. Lajas, A. Lefebvre, and EarthCARE Phase-B ESA/JAXA Mission Advisory Group. - Development of level 2 algorithms for EarthCARE CPR/ATLID / Hajime Okamoto, Kaori Sato, Yuichiro Hagihara, and Tomoaki Nishizawa. - Poster Presentations. - Model studies on the retrieval of aerosol properties beneath cirrus clouds for a spaceborne HSRL / Florian Filipitsch, Robert Buras, and Martin Fuchs. - Global cloud distribution revealed by combined use of CloudSat/CALIPSO: Comparison using CALIPSO versions 2 and 3 data / Yuichiro Hagihara and Hajime Okamoto. - Inter-comparison of cloud detection and cloud top height retrievals using the CREW database / Ulrich Hamann, Andi Walter, Ralf Bennartz, Anke Thoss, Jan Fokke Meirink, and Rob Roebeling. - Aerosol-cloud interactions (ACI) viewed by satellite and ground-based remote sensing / Yoo-Jun Kim and Byung-Gon Kim. - Using SEVIRI radiances to retrieve cloud optical properties of convective cloud systems / Jennifer Müller, Jurgen Fischer, Anja Hunerbein, Hartwig Deneke, and Andreas Macke. - Development of aerosol and cloud retrieval algorithms using ATLID and MSI data of EarthCARE / T. Nishizawa, A. Higurashi, N. Sugimoto, I. Matsui, A. Shimizu, and H. Okamoto. - Development of a radiative flux evaluation program with a 3-D Monte Carlo radiative transfer code / Megumi Okata, Teruyuki Nakajima, Howard W. Barker, and David P. Donovan. - Using AIRS to assess the precipitable water vapor in global climate models (GCMs) with regional validation from SuomiNet / Jacola Roman, Robert Knuteson, Steve Ackerman, David Tobin, William Smith, and Henry Revercomb. - ESA DUE GlobVapour water vapor products: Validation / Nadine Schneider, Marc Schroder, Ramus Lindstrot, Rene Preusker, Martin Stengel, and ESA DUE GlobVapour Consortium. - SURFACE MEASUREMENTS AND FIELD EXPERIMENTS / Conveners: T. Hayasaka, B. Forgan, and N. Hyett. - Oral Presentations. - Longwave irradiance measurements using IRIS radiometers at the PMOD/WRC-IRS / Julian Grobner and Stefan Wacker. - Long term analysis of cirrus clouds' effects on shortwave and longwave radiation derived from data acquired by ground-based and satellite-borne observations / Shuichiro Katagiri, Tadahiro Hayasaka, Atsushi Shimizu, Ichiro Matsui, Tomoaki Nishizawa, Nobuo Sugimoto, and Tamio Takamura. - Diffuse and direct components of solar radiation in ground-based and satellite-derived data / J. Ben Liley. - Small-scale spatial variations of shortwave downward radiation / Ralf Becker, Petra Gebauer, and Klaus Behrens. - Aerosol properties and radiative forcing for three air masses transported in Summer 2011 to Sopot, Poland / Anna Rozwadowska, Iwona S. Stachlewska, P. Makuch, K. M. Markowicz, T. Petelski, A. Strzalkowska, and T. Zieliriski. - Trends and variability of aerosol vertical distribution and properties using micro-LIDAR and sun-photometer measurements / Augustin Mortier, Philippe Goloub, Thierry Podvin, Didier Tanre, Christine Deroo, Isabelle Chiapello, Aboubakry Diallo, and Thierno NDiaye. - Influence of spatial heterogeneity of surface albedo on its retrieval from airborne irradiance measurements / E. Jakel, M. Wendisch, and Bernhard Mayer. - Airborne measurements of urban surface reflectivity and albedo / Britta Mey, Evelyn Jakel, Birgit Heese, Dietrich Althausen, Holger Baars, Xingfa Gu, Tao Yu, Zhengqiang Li, and Manfred Wendisch. - The effect of chosen extraterrestrial solar spectrum on clear-sky atmospheric absorption and heating rates in the near infrared / Kaah P. Menang and Keith P. Shine. - Spectrometer and radiative transfer model comparison using high sun in-situ observations in Pretoria / Meena D. Lysko, Uwe Feister, Derek Griffith, Steffen Gross, Lufuno Vhengani, Arshath Ramkilowan, and Dawn Mahlobo. - Ground-based measurements of atmospheric trace gases near Saint-Petersburg, Russia / Yuriy Timofeyev, Anatoly Poberovsky, Maria Makarova, Alexander Polyakov, Dmitry Ionov, Yana Virolainen, Vladimir Kostsov, Marina Kshevetskaya, Anton Rakitin, Sergey Osipov, Hamud Imhasin, and Inna Frantsuzova. - Ratio of PAR to broadband solar radiation based on long-term measurements in Moscow / Olga Shilovtseva. - Investigation of the effect of contrails on direct and diffuse irradiance / Philipp Weihs, Erwin Feitzinger, Dietmar Baumgartner, Jochen Wagner, Marcus Rennhofer, Wolfgang Laube, and Josef Gadermaier. - Mixed phase boundary layer clouds observed from a tethered balloon platform in the Arctic / M. Sikand, J. Koskulics, K. Stamnes, B. Hamre, J. J. Stamnes, and R. P. Lawson. - Poster Presentations. - Aerosol optical properties in Finland during Russian forest fires in 2010 / Veijo Aaltonen, Edith Rodriguez, Larisa Sogacheva, Pasi Aalto, Mika Komppula, Anne Hirsikko, Antti Arola, and Gerrit de Leeuw. - Recording of solar radiation components for 75 years in Potsdam (Germany) / Klaus Behrens. - Evaluation of C02 flux modification as a function of aerosol optical depth at Bananal Island, Tocantins, Brazil / Renato K. Braghiere and Marcia A. Yamasoe. - Aerosol effects on the cloud optical depth retrieval from atmospheric transmittance / Josep-Abel Gonzalez and Josep Calbo. - Radiation balance variations on the Earth's surface in Moscow / E. V. Gorbarenko and A. N. Rublev. - Characteristics of solar radiation and the impact of clouds at Yangbajing, Tibet / Juan Huo and Daren Lu. - Two camera system for measurement of urban uptight angular distribution / Christopher C. M. Kyba, Thomas Ruhtz, Carsten Lindemann, Jurgen Fischer, and Franz Holker. - Aerosol scattering optical properties by nephelometer measurements at the El Arenosillo site (SW coastal area of Spain) / Juan F. Lopez, Victoria E. Cachorro, and Angel de Frutos. - Characterization of aerosols in the Norwegian subarctic region (ALOMAR station): Optical properties, size distributions and nucleation events / S. Mogo, V. E. Cachorro, A. M. de Frutos, J. F. Lopez, B. Torres, and Y. Bennouna. - Variations of longwave downwelling irradiance (LDI) due to different atmospheric factors in Moscow / Yelena Nezval, Natalia Chubarova, Julian Grobner, and Atsumu Ohmura. - Ground-based aerosol optical depth inter-comparison campaigns at European EUSAAR super-sites / S. Nyeki, J. Grobner, and C. Wehrli. - Ground based measurements of aerosol properties using Microtops instruments / Bringfried Pflug. - The contribution of the microwave radiometer ADMIRARI to the NASA GPM ground validation field experiment / Pablo Saavedra Garfias, Alessandro Battaglia, and Clemens Simmer. - Radiation forcing by the atmospheric aerosols in the nocturnal boundary layer / D. K. Singh, V. K. Ponnulakshami, V. Mukund, G. Subramanian, and K. R. Sreenivas. - Changes in surface irradiance and meteorological parameters associated with the annular solar Eclipse of 15 January 2010 / Ramesh P. Singh, Manish Sharma, and Dimitris G. Kaskaoutis. - Near-infrared extension of a visible spectrum airborne Sun photometer / Marco Starace, Jonas von Bismarck, Andre Hollstein, Thomas Ruhtz, Rene Preusker, and Jürgen Fischer. - Impacts of major factors on downward longwave radiation / Kyohei Yamada, Tadahiro Hayasaka, and Hironobu Iwabuchi. - RADIATION BUDGET AND FORCING / Conveners: M. Wild and N. G. Loeb. - Oral Presentations. - Climate monitoring with Earth radiation budget measurements / S. Dewitte, N. Clerbaux, A. Ipe, A. Velazquez, E. Baudrez, S. Nevens, and I. Decoster. - An overview of results from the GEWEX radiation flux assessment / E. Raschke, P. Stackhouse, S. Kinne, and Contributors from Europe and the USA. - Improvements to the solar forcing data record / Greg Kopp. - Total solar irradiance measurements with PREMOS/PICARD / Werner Schmutz, Andre Fehlmann, Wolfgang Finsterle, Greg Kopp, and Gerard Thuillier. - A new diagram of the global energy balance / Martin Wild, Doris Folini, Christoph Schar, Norman Loeb, Ellsworth G. Dutton, and Gert König-Langlo. - How well do we understand the Earth's radiation budget and the role of clouds? Selected results ofthe GEWEX radiation flux assessment / E. Raschke and S. Kinne. - The NASA GEWEX surface radiation budget project: Dataset validation and climatic signal identification / Taiping Zhang, Paul W. Stackhouse, Jr., Shashi K. Gupta, Stephen J. Cox, and J. Colleen Mikovitz. - Quantification of the aerosol direct radiative effect from smoke over clouds using passive space-borne spectrometry / M. de Graaf, P. Stammes, and L. G. Tilstra. - Vertical profiles of shortwave and longwave aerosol direct radiative forcing during the GAMARF campaign at Lampedusa Island / Daniela Meloni, Marco Cacciani, Tatiana Di Iorio, Alcide di Sarra, Jose L. Gomez Amo, Wolfgang Junkermann, Francesco Monteleone, Giandomenico Pace, Salvatore Piacentino, and Damiano M. Sferlazzo. - The next step in Earth radiation budget measurements / Warren Wiscombe and Christine Chiu. - The climate monitoring SAF TOA radiation "GERB" datasets / Nicolas Clerbaux, Edward Baudrez, Use Decoster, Steven Dewitte, Alessandro Ipe, Stijn Nevens, and Almudena Velazquez-Blazquez. - Shortwave flux profile analysis at the Cabauw BSRN site / P. Wang, H. Klein Baltink, W. H. Knap, and P. Stammes. - Seasonal and regional diurnal variations of cloud effects on atmospheric profiles of radiative heating/cooling from ISCCP-FD product / Yuanchong Zhang and William B. Rossow. - What do we really know about cloud changes over the past decades? / Enric Palle and Benjamin A. Laken. - Report of the working group BSRN - Baseline Surface Radiation Network / Gert König-Langlo and Rainer Sieger. - Trends in surface radiation and cloud radiative effect over Switzerland in the past 15 years / Stefan Wacker, Julian Grobner, and Laurent Vuilleumier. - Reflected, transmitted irradiance, radiative divergence and heating rate on the basis of simple atmospheric optical models / Irina Melnikova and Alexander Ginzburg. - Evaluation of a relationship between aerosols and surface downward shortwave flux through an integrative analysis of a global aerosol-transport model and in-situ measurements / Daisuke Goto, Shuhei Kanazawa, Teruyuki Nakajima, and Toshihiko Takemura. - Poster Presentations. - Surface cloud radiative forcing in the South of Portugal / M. J. Costa, V. Salgueiro, D. Santos, D. Bortoli, A. M. Silva, and R. Salgado. - Science results from the Sova-Picard total solar irradiance instrument / S. Dewitte, E. Janssen, and S. Mekaoui. - A device to measure the influence of spatially inhomogeneous cirrus on atmospheric radiation / F. Finger, M. Wendisch, S. Borrmann, P. Spichtinger, and M. Klingebiel. - Empirical determination of direct aerosol radiative effects in the shortwave and longwave spectral ranges during desert dust events over Valencia (Spain) / Jose Luis Gomez-Amo, Maria Pilar Utrillas, and José Antonio Martínez-Lozano. - Testing the homogeneity of short-term surface solar radiation series in Europe / Maria Z. Hakuba, Arturo Sanchez-Lorenzo, Doris Folini, and Martin Wild. - Cirrus cloud radiative forcing at the top of atmosphere using the nighttime global distribution with the microphysical parameters derived from AVHRR / Shuichiro Katagiri, Miho Sekiguchi, Tadahiro Hayasaka, and Teruyuki Nakajima. - A study of the aerosol direct forcing using ESSP/CALIPSO observation and GCM simulation / Eiji Oikawa, Teruyuki Nakajima, Toshiro Inoue, and David Winker. - Earth Radiation Budget Experiment (ERBE) reprocessing using Clouds and the Earth's Radiant Energy System (CERES) angular distribution models / A. K. Shrestha, S. Kato, K. M. Bedka, W. F. Miller, T. Wong, D. A. Rutan, G. L. Smith, J. R. Fernandez, N. Loeb, P. Minnis, and D. R. Doelling. - WEATHER, ENVIRONMENT AND CLIMATE APPLICATIONS / Conveners: H.-L. A. Huang and H. Zhang. - Oral Presentations. - A new high- and low-frequency scattering parameterization for cirrus and its impact on a high-resolution numerical weather prediction model / Anthony J. Baran, Paul Field, Kali Furtado, James Manners, and Andrew Smith. - Comparison of longwave and shortwave cloud effects on equilibrium surface temperature using a radiative-convective model and 12 years of MISR observations / R. Davies. - Cross-track infrared sounder (CrIS) spectral radiance calibration and evaluations / David C. Tobin, Henry E. Revercomb, Joe K. Taylor, Robert O. Knuteson, Daniel H. DeSlover, and Lori A. Borg. - Relevance of decadal variations in surface radiative fluxes for climate change / Martin Wild. - The atmospheric water cycle over South America as seen in the new generation of global reanalyses / Mario F. L. Quadro, Ernesto H. Berbery, Maria A. F. Silva Dias, Dirceu L. Herdies, and Luis G. G. Goncalves. - Feasibility of sunshine duration records to detect changes in atmospheric turbidity: A case study in Valencia (Spain) / Arturo Sanchez-Lorenzo, Cesar Azorin-Molina, Martin Wild, Sergio M. Vicente-Serrano, Juan I. Lopez-Moreno, and David Corell-Custardoy. - Evaluation of a scheme representing cloud inhomogeneous structure in the Australian Community Climate and Earth System Simulator (ACCESS) / Zhian Sun, Charmaine Franklin, Xiaobing Zhou, and J. K. P. Shonk. - Applying a local Ensemble transform Kalman filter assimilation system to the NICAM-SPRINTARS model / Tie Dai, N. A. J. Schutgens, and Teruyuki Nakajima. - Understanding the influence of solar irradiance changes on Earth's climate during the Holocene / Georg Feulner. - Poster Presentations. - Trends in severe storms from nine years of AIRS data / H. H. Aumann and A. Ruzmaikin. - Application and evaluation of McICA scheme in BCCAGCM2.0.1 / Xianwen Jing and Hua Zhang. - Assessment of the radiative processes impact on surface fluxes and temperature forecast / M. Shatunova and A. Nikitin. - SOLAR UV RADIATION / Conveners: M. Blumthaler, J. Grobner, and D. Lu. - Oral Presentations. - The assessment of UV resources over Northern Eurasia / Natalia Chubarova and Yekaterina Zhdanova. - About UV albedo of seasonal snow at Sodankyla including Arctic - Antarctic comparison aspects / O. Meinander, S. Kazadzis, A. Arola, R. Kivi, A. Kontu, H. Suokanerva, E. Kyro, V. Aaltonen, T. Manninen, A. Riihela, J.-L. Roujean, and O. Hautecoeur. - Aerosols in forecasts of the UV index: A comparison of different approaches / Volkmar Holzwarth and Gudrun Laschewski. - Long-term trends in spectral surface UV irradiance at Hoher Sonnblick (3106 m a.s l.) / M. Fitzka, S. Simic, and J. Hadzimustafic. - Monitoring the solar UV-B radiation in the North of Munich: A comparison of two sites / Andreas Albert, Werner Rupprecht, Ingo Mayer, Manfred Steinmetz, Harald K. Seidlitz, and Stephan Thiel. - The Norwegian UV-monitoring network: QC and results for the period 1996-2011 / B. Johnsen, L.-T. Nilsen, A. Dahlback, K. Edvardsen, and C. L. Myhre. - Spectral solar UV radiation and its variability and climate responses / Guoyong Wen, Robert F. Cahalan, David Rind, Jeffery Jonas, Peter Pilewskie, and Jerald Harder. - Inferring ultraviolet anatomical exposure patterns while distinguishing the relative contribution of radiation components / Laurent Vuilleumier, Antoine Milon, Jean-Luc Bulliard, Laurent Moccozet, and David Vemez. - A new method for the selection of measuring UV sites based on cloud classification from satellite data / A. Zagouras, A. Kazantzidis, and E. Nikitidou. - The spectral irradiance traceability chain at PTB / P. Sperfeld, S. Pape, and S. Nevas. - A guide to measuring solar UV spectra using array spectroradiometers / Mario Blumthaler, Julian Grobner, Luca Egli, and Saulius Nevas. - Characterization and calibration of compact array spectrometers in the ultraviolet spectral region / Francois Shindo, Emma Woolliams, Barry Scott, and Subrena Harris. - Improved diffusers for solar UV spectroradiometers / Tomi Pulli, Petri Karha, Joop Mes, Josef Schreder, Priit Jaanson, and Farshid Manoocheri. - Calibration of erythemally weighted broadband instruments: A comparison between PMODAVRC and MSL / Neil Swift, Gregor Hiilsen, Kathryn Nield, Julian Grobner, and John Hamlin. - Transferability of stray light corrections among array spectroradiometers / Saulius Nevas, Armin Sperling, and Benno Oderkerk. - New technologies to reduce stray light for measuring solar UV with array spectroradiometers / Luca Egli, Julian Grobner, Marek Smid, Geiland Porrovecchio, Tim Burnitt, Kathryn M. Nield, Steve Gibson, Jimmy Dubard, Saulius Nevas, and Maurizo Tormen. - Adaptation of a Fourier transform spectrometer as a reference instrument for solar UV irradiance measurements / Peter Meindl, Christian Monte, and Martin Wahmer. - Stability of light-emitting diodes in the solar UV spectral range / S. Nowy, S. Nevas, M. Lopez, M. Lindemann, A. Sperling, P. Blattner, and S. M. Foaleng. - New detection systems for UV solar reference scanning spectroradiometers / G. Porrovecchio, M. Smid, J. Grobner, M. Rajteri, C. Portesi, K. M. Nield, and L. Egli. - Poster Presentations. - A method to estimate erythemal UV from total solar irradiance measurements based on 9 years of 1-minute data at Lauder, New Zealand / J. Badosa, J. Calbo, R. McKenzie, C. N. Long, B. Liley, and J. A. Gonzalez. - An investigation of solar erythemal ultraviolet radiation at two sites in tourist attraction areas of Thailand / Sumaman Buntoung, Somjet Pattarapanitchai, Rungrat Wattan, Itsara Masiri, Worrapass Promsen, Korntip Tohsing, and Serm Janjai. - Solar UV radiation measurements across the Tibetan Plateau / Yi-Chun Chen, Gelsor Norsang, Nima Pingcuo, Arne Dahlback, Øyvind Frette, Berit Kjeldstad, Berge Hamre, Knut Stamnes, and Jakob J. Stamnes. - Surface UV radiation in the South of Portugal: Monitoring and assessment of cloud effects / M. J. Costa, D. Bortoli, S. Pereira, V. Salgueiro, A. M. Silva, A. Serrano, M. Anton, J. M. Vilaplana, M. L. Cancillo, D. Santos, and P. Kulkarni. - Solar ultraviolet irradiance measurements in Aosta (Italy): An analysis of short- and middle-term spectral variability / Henri Diemoz, Luca Egli, Julian Grobner, Anna Maria Siani, and Fabrizio Diotri. - Solar UV radiation exposure of seamen - Measurements, calibration and model calculations of erythemal irradiance along ship routes / Uwe Feister, Gabriele Meyer, and Ulrich Kirst. - Comparison between measurements and model simulations of solar radiation at a high altitude site: Case studies for the Izaiia BSRN station / Rosa Delia Garcia, Emilio Cuevas, Victoria Eugenia Cachorro, Ramon Ramos, and Angel Maximo de Frutos. - UV-radiation in the past: Reconstruction and long-term changes in Austria / J. Hadzimustafic, S. Simic, and M. Fitzka. - Reconstruction of daily erythemal UV radiation values for the last century - The benefit of modelled ozone / J. Junk, U. Feister, E. Rozanov, and J. W. Krzyscin. - Sky erythema ultraviolet radiance and UV shade charts / Toshimasa Kawanishi. - UV and VUV calibration capabilities at the Metrology Light Source for solar and atmospheric research / R. Klein, A. Gottwald, M. Kolbe, M. Richter, F. Scholze, R. Thornagel, and G. Ulm. - Two decades of spectral UV measurements at Sodankyla / Kaisa Lakkala, Antti Arola, Anu Heikkila, Juha M. Karhu, Jussi Kaurola, Tapani Koskela, Esko Kyro, Petri Karha, Anders V. Lindfors, Outi Meinander, Julian Grobner, and Gregor Hiilsen. - Aerosol optical properties and their effect on the UV solar irradiance at Uccle, Belgium / Efterpi Nikitidou, Veerle De Bock, Hugo De Backer, and Andreas Kazantzidis. - Vitamin D synthesis measured with a multiband filter radiometer in Rio Callegos, Argentina / Facundo Orte, Elian Wolfram, Jacobo Salvador, Raul D'Elia, Daniela Bulnes, N. Paes Leme, and Eduardo Quel. - Estimation of cloud optical depth for low clouds from UV erythemal irradiance / David Serrano, Maria Jose Marin, Maria Pilar Utrillas, Jose Antonio Martinez-Lozano, Manuel Nunez, and Jose Luis Gomez-Amo. - Diurnal and daily variations in surface ultraviolet radiation due to ozone variations in the troposphere at Tsukuba, Japan: Lidar observations and chemistry-climate model simulation / Kiyotaka Shibata, Makoto Deushi, Takashi Maki, Tomohiro Nagai, Testu Sakai, and Masahisa Nakazato. - Biologically effective surface UV climatology at Rome and Aosta, Italy / Anna Maria Siani, Sarah Modesti, Giuseppe Rocco Casale, Henri Diemoz, and Alfredo Colosimo. - Study of cloud enhanced surface UV radiation at the atmospheric observatory of Southern Patagonia, Rio Gallegos, Argentina Elian A. Wolfram, Jacobo Salvador, Facundo Orte, Daniela Bulnes, Raul D'Elia, / Manuel Anton, Lucas Alados-Arboledas, and Eduardo Quel. - A method of estimating cloud transmission in the UV spectral range using data from different satellite measurements and reanalysis / Yekaterina Zhdanova, Natalia Chubarova, and Yelena Nezval. - OCEAN OPTICS / Conveners: G. Kattawar and K. Stamnes. - Oral Presentations. - Wave-induced irradiance variability in the upper ocean from modeling and observations / Martin Hieronymi and Andreas Macke. - A new algorithm for simultaneous retrieval of aerosol and marine parameters in coastal environments / K. Stamnes, W. Li, Y. Fan, B. Hamre, Ø. Frette, A. Folkestad, K. Sørensen, and J. J. Stamnes. - C-disort: A versatile tool for radiative transfer in coupled media like the atmosphere-ocean system / B. Hamre, S. Stamnes, K. Stamnes, and J. J. Stamnes. - Discrete ordinate and Monte Carlo simulations of radiative transfer in coupled atmosphere-ocean systems / S. Stamnes, D. Cohen, T. Tanikawa, E. R. Sommersten, J. K. Lotsberg, J. J. Stamnes, and K. Stamnes. - A model of underwater spectral irradiance accounting for wave focusing / Peter Gege. - Optical modeling of aerosol extinction for remote sensing in the marine environment / G. A. Kaloshin. - An examination of errors in computed water-leaving radiances due to a simplified treatment of water Raman scattering effects / Jonas von Bismarck and Jürgen Fischer. - Poster Presentations. - Modeling the adjacency effects at AERONET-OC sites / Barbara Bulgarelli, Giuseppe Zibordi, and Viatcheslav Kiselev. - Simulation of the ocean's spectral radiant thermal source and boundary conditions / Vladimir Merzlikin, Maxim Krass, Svyatoslav Cheranev, and Aleksandra Aloric. - An extended validation test for data input into parameterized retrieval algorithms / Michael Schaale and Thomas Schroeder. - Author Index. - Participants List.
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  • Call number: M 18.91546
    Type of Medium: Monograph available for loan
    Pages: X, 132 Seiten
    ISBN: 3472095369 , 9783472095361
    Language: German
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  • Call number: M 18.91545
    Description / Table of Contents: Multicopter sind für Modellflugfreunde, Fotografen und Technikfreaks der letzte Schrei und werden immer erschwinglicher. Über die technischen Details ist man sich einig, rechtlich herrscht deutschlandweite - bedingt durch lückenhafte Gesetze und föderale Unterschiede - große Ungewissheit... "Brauche ich eine Erlaubnis und was darf ich damit?" Auf diese Fragen werden Sie im Internet mindestens 20 verschiedene Meinungen bekommen, denn User in Onlineforen sowie angeblich kompetente Redakteure verbreiten falsches und gefährliches Halbwissen. Dieser erste Band befasst sich mit den wirklichen Tatsachen, Gesetzen, rechtlichen Abgrenzungskriterien sowie Zukunftsprognosen, Flugübungen und Flugphysik und ist der ideale Wegbegleiter für die Prüfung des 2017 eingeführten Kenntnisnachweises. Wiederholungsfragen helfen, das Erlernte zu vertiefen.
    Type of Medium: Monograph available for loan
    Pages: 236 Seiten , Illustrationen
    Edition: 1. Auflage
    ISBN: 9783871970177
    Language: German
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  • Keywords: Archibald Geikie ; Victorian science ; geology ; geologist
    Notes: Sir Archibald Geikie (1835–1924) was a leading figure of the world of Victorian science. His significant role and contribution to geology and as a leading figure of his time remains preserved within the Archive at Haslemere Educational Museum, which has been used in the research undertaken by many of the contributors to this volume. | Contents: 18 April 2018 --- Geikie's field researches and their geological controversies / Robert W. H. Butler, Stephen J. Matthews and Richard K. Morgan / Geological Society, London, Special Publications, 480, 18 April 2018, https://doi.org/10.1144/SP480.5 --- 12 April 2018 --- Archibald Geikie and the Ice Age controversy / Colin P. Summerhayes / Geological Society, London, Special Publications, 480, 12 April 2018, https://doi.org/10.1144/SP480.1 --- 9 April 2018 --- Archibald Geikie and the Elgin reptiles / Michael J. Benton / Geological Society, London, Special Publications, 480, 9 April 2018, https://doi.org/10.1144/SP480.4
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  • Keywords: Himalaya–Karakoram–Tibet system ; tectonics ; geodynamic evolution
    Notes: This volume addresses gaps in our knowledge of the tectonic, petrogenetic and geodynamic issues of the Himalaya–Karakoram–Tibet system. The articles contribute to our understanding of the active and past tectonics of Himalaya in particular and the geodynamic evolution of Himalaya–Karakoram–Tibet in general. | Contents: 17 April 2018 --- Early Oligocene partial melting via biotite dehydration melting and prolonged low-pressure–low-temperature metamorphism of the upper High Himalaya Crystalline Sequence in the far east of Nepal / T. Imayama, T. Takeshita, K. Yi and M. Fukuyama / Geological Society, London, Special Publications, 481, 17 April 2018, https://doi.org/10.1144/SP481.2 --- Dating protracted fault activities: microstructures, microchemistry and geochronology of the Vaikrita Thrust, Main Central Thrust zone, Garhwal Himalaya, NW India / Chiara Montemagni, Chiara Montomoli, Salvatore Iaccarino, Rodolfo Carosi, Arvind K. Jain, Hans-J. Massonne and Igor M. Villa / Geological Society, London, Special Publications, 481, 17 April 2018, https://doi.org/10.1144/SP481.3 --- 13 April 2018 --- Influence of inherited Indian basement faults on the evolution of the Himalayan Orogen / Laurent Godin, Renaud Soucy La Roche, Lindsay Waffle and Lyal B. Harris / Geological Society, London, Special Publications, 481, 13 April 2018, https://doi.org/10.1144/SP481.4 --- Tectonic control over exhumation in the Arunachal Himalaya: new constraints from Apatite Fission Track Analysis / Vikas Adlakha, R. C. Patel, Akhil Kumar and Nand Lal / Geological Society, London, Special Publications, 481, 13 April 2018, https://doi.org/10.1144/SP481.1
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  • Keywords: reservoir quality ; petroleum reservoirs ; carbonate rocks ; carbonate reservoirs
    Notes: Reservoir quality is studied using a wide range of similar techniques in both sandstones and carbonates. Sandstone and carbonate reservoir quality both benefit from the study of modern analogues and experiments, but modelling approaches are currently quite different for these two types of reservoirs. There are many common controls on sandstone and carbonate reservoir quality, but also distinct differences due primarily to mineralogy. Numerous controversies remain including the question of oil inhibition, the key control on pressure solution and geochemical flux of material to or from reservoirs. This collection of papers contains case-study-based examples of sandstone and carbonate reservoir quality prediction as well as modern analogue, outcrop analogue, modelling and advanced analytical approaches. | Contents: Petroleum reservoir quality prediction: overview and contrasting approaches from sandstone and carbonate communities / R. H. Worden, P. J. Armitage, A. R. Butcher, J. M. Churchill, A. E. Csoma, C. Hollis, R. H. Lander and J. E. Omma / Geological Society, London, Special Publications, 435, 1-31, 1 May 2018, https://doi.org/10.1144/SP435.21 --- Diagenetic pathways linked to labile Mg-clays in lacustrine carbonate reservoirs: a model for the origin of secondary porosity in the Cretaceous pre-salt Barra Velha Formation, offshore Brazil / Nicholas J. Tosca and V. Paul Wright / Geological Society, London, Special Publications, 435, 33-46, 20 November 2015, https://doi.org/10.1144/SP435.1 --- Origin and evolution of microporosity in packstones and grainstones in a Lower Cretaceous carbonate reservoir, United Arab Emirates / Daniel Morad, Matteo Paganoni, Amena Al Harthi, Sadoon Morad, Andrea Ceriani, Howri Mansurbeg, Aisha Al Suwaidi, Ihsan S. Al-Aasm and Stephen N. Ehrenberg / Geological Society, London, Special Publications, 435, 47-66, 21 December 2016, https://doi.org/10.1144/SP435.20 --- Distinguishing between eogenetic, unconformity-related and mesogenetic dissolution: a case study from the Panna and Mukta fields, offshore Mumbai, India / A. J. Barnett, V. P. Wright, V. S. Chandra and V. Jain / Geological Society, London, Special Publications, 435, 67-84, 18 December 2015, https://doi.org/10.1144/SP435.12 --- Role of facies diversity and cyclicity on the reservoir quality of the mid-Cretaceous Mishrif Formation in the southern Mesopotamian Basin, Iraq / Thamer A. Mahdi and Adnan A. M. Aqrawi / Geological Society, London, Special Publications, 435, 85-105, 22 February 2017, https://doi.org/10.1144/SP435.19 --- Burial estimates constrained by clumped isotope thermometry: example of the Lower Cretaceous Qishn Formation (Haushi-Huqf High, Oman) / Cédric M. John / Geological Society, London, Special Publications, 435, 107-121, 18 November 2015, https://doi.org/10.1144/SP435.5 --- Feldspar alteration and Fe minerals: origin, distribution and implications for sandstone reservoir quality in estuarine sediments / Ehsan Daneshvar and Richard H. Worden / Geological Society, London, Special Publications, 435, 123-139, 13 April 2017, https://doi.org/10.1144/SP435.17 --- Evolution of small-scale flow barriers in German Rotliegend siliciclastics / Benjamin Busch, Rebecca Winkler, Keyvan Osivandi, Georg Nover, Alexandra Amann-Hildenbrand and Christoph Hilgers / Geological Society, London, Special Publications, 435, 141-160, 18 November 2015, https://doi.org/10.1144/SP435.3 --- Deformation band development as a function of intrinsic host-rock properties in Triassic Sherwood Sandstone / Joshua Griffiths, Daniel R. Faulkner, Alexander P. Edwards and Richard H. Worden / Geological Society, London, Special Publications, 435, 161-176, 19 January 2016, https://doi.org/10.1144/SP435.11 --- Diagenetic controls on the location of reservoir sweet spots relative to palaeotopographical and structural highs / Jessica E. Poteet, Robert H. Goldstein and Evan K. Franseen / Geological Society, London, Special Publications, 435, 177-215, 21 December 2016, https://doi.org/10.1144/SP435.18 --- Evaluation of porosity change during chemo-mechanical compaction in flooding experiments on Liège outcrop chalk / Wenxia Wang, Merete V. Madland, Udo Zimmermann, Anders Nermoen, Reidar I. Korsnes, Silvana R. A. Bertolino and Tania Hildebrand-Habel / Geological Society, London, Special Publications, 435, 217-234, 26 October 2016, https://doi.org/10.1144/SP435.10 --- Hydrothermal dolomitization: simulation by reaction transport modelling / Alberto Consonni, Alfredo Frixa and Chiara Maragliulo / Geological Society, London, Special Publications, 435, 235-244, 14 June 2016, https://doi.org/10.1144/SP435.13 --- Reservoir quality prediction of deep-water Oligocene sandstones from the west Niger Delta by integrated petrological, petrophysical and basin modelling / O. K. Chudi, Helen Lewis, D. A. V. Stow and J. O. Buckman / Geological Society, London, Special Publications, 435, 245-264, 14 December 2016, https://doi.org/10.1144/SP435.8 --- Diagenesis, plagioclase dissolution and preservation of porosity in Eocene and Oligocene sandstones at the Greeley oil field, southern San Joaquin basin, California, USA / D. T. Nguyen, R. A. Horton and A. B. Kaess / Geological Society, London, Special Publications, 435, 265-282, 28 June 2016, https://doi.org/10.1144/SP435.14 --- History of hydrothermal fluid flow in the midcontinent, USA: the relationship between inverted thermal structure, unconformities and porosity distribution / Bradley D. King and Robert H. Goldstein / Geological Society, London, Special Publications, 435, 283-320, 17 August 2016, https://doi.org/10.1144/SP435.16 --- Enhanced porosity preservation by pore fluid overpressure and chlorite grain coatings in the Triassic Skagerrak, Central Graben, North Sea, UK / Stephan Stricker and Stuart J. Jones / Geological Society, London, Special Publications, 435, 321-341, 5 January 2016, https://doi.org/10.1144/SP435.4 --- Deciphering multiple controls on reservoir quality and inhibition of quartz cement in a complex reservoir: Ordovician glacial sandstones, Illizi Basin, Algeria / Martin Wells, Philip Hirst, Jon Bouch, Emma Whear and Nigel Clark / Geological Society, London, Special Publications, 435, 343-372, 11 December 2015, https://doi.org/10.1144/SP435.6 --- Trace element composition of authigenic quartz in sandstones and its correlation with fluid–rock interaction during diagenesis / Thomas Götte / Geological Society, London, Special Publications, 435, 373-387, 19 January 2016, https://doi.org/10.1144/SP435.2 --- Comparing clay mineral diagenesis in interbedded sandstones and mudstones, Vienna Basin, Austria / Susanne Gier, Richard H. Worden and Peter Krois / Geological Society, London, Special Publications, 435, 389-403, 20 November 2015, https://doi.org/10.1144/SP435.9 --- The relevance of dawsonite precipitation in CO2 sequestration in the Mihályi-Répcelak area, NW Hungary / Csilla Király, Eszter Sendula, Ágnes Szamosfalvi, Réka Káldos, Péter Kónya, István J. Kovács, Judit Füri, Zsolt Bendő and György Falus / Geological Society, London, Special Publications, 435, 405-418, 20 June 2016, https://doi.org/10.1144/SP435.15 --- Reactive transport modelling of compacting siliciclastic sediment diagenesis / C. Geloni, A. Ortenzi and A. Consonni / Geological Society, London, Special Publications, 435, 419-439, 10 December 2015, https://doi.org/10.1144/SP435.7
    Pages: VI, 453 Seiten : Illustrationen, Diagramme, Karten
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  • Call number: PIK M 370-18-91350
    Type of Medium: Monograph available for loan
    Pages: XXII, 327 Seiten , Illustrationen, Diagramme
    Edition: [Nachdr.]
    ISBN: 0201515601 , 9780201515602 , 0201503956 , 9780201503951
    Series Statement: Santa Fe Institute studies in the sciences of complexity 1
    Language: English
    Note: Contents: ONE Introduction ; TWO The Hopfield Model ; THREE Extensions of the Hopfield Model ; FOUR Optimization Problems ; FIVE Simple Perceptrons ; SIX Multi-Layer Networks ; SEVEN Recurrent Networks ; EIGHT Unsupervised Hebbian Learning ; NINE Unsupervised Competitive Learning ; TEN Formal Statistical Mechanics of Neural Networks ; APPENDIX Statistical Mechanics
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    Cambridge, United Kingdom : Cambridge University Press
    Call number: PIK N 456-18-91566
    Type of Medium: Monograph available for loan
    Pages: xvi, 347 Seiten , Diagramme , 25 cm
    ISBN: 9781107066052
    Language: English
    Note: Contents: 1. Introduction ; Part I. Background and Fundamentals: 2. Regional climate ; 3. History of downscaling ; 4. Rationale of downscaling ; 5. User needs ; 6. Mathematical and statistical methods ; 7. Reference observations ; 8. Climate modelling ; 9. Uncertainties ; Part II. Statistical Downscaling Concepts and Methods: 10. Structure of statistical downscaling methods ; 11. Perfect prognosis ; 12. Model output statistics ; 13. Weather generators ; 14. Other approaches ; Part III. Downscaling in Practice and Outlook: 15. Evaluation ; 16. Performance of statistical downscaling ; 17. A regional modelling debate ; 18. Use of downscaling in practice ; 19. Outlook ; Appendix A ; Appendix B
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  • Call number: PIK N 076-18-91565
    Description / Table of Contents: This edited volume emphasizes risk and crisis communication principles and practices within the up-to the minute context of new technologies, a new focus on resiliency, and global environmental change. It includes contributions from experts from around the globe whose research, advocacy, teaching, work, or service in the natural or social sciences deals with risk communication and/or management surrounding natural and technological disasters, with a particular focus on climate change-related phenomena. Resilience and good communication are intimately linked and with climate change precipitating more numerous and onerous weather-related catastrophes, a conversation on resilience is timely and necessary. The goal is robust communities that are able to withstand the shock of disaster. Communicating well under ordinary circumstances is challenging; communicating during a crisis is extraordinarily difficult. This book is dedicated to all those who have directly or indirectly suffered the effects of climate change end extreme events with the hope that the advance of knowledge, implementation of sound science and appropriate policies, and use of effective communication will help in reducing their vulnerability while also improving resilience in the face of often devastating natural and technological disasters
    Type of Medium: Monograph available for loan
    Pages: XXXII, 311 Seiten , Illustrationen, Diagramme, Karten
    ISBN: 9783319372808 , 9783319201603 (print)
    Series Statement: Advances in Natural and Technological Hazards Research 45
    Language: English
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    Pages: IV, 148 Seiten
    ISBN: 978-1-911534-72-3
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