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Integrated Environmental Modelling to Solve Real World Problems: Methods, Vision and Challenges (2014)
London : The Geological Society
Notes: The capability to produce integrated environmental models by coupling together existing models allows researchers to contribute to key challenges affecting the environment, such as climate change. The volume explores all aspects of this technology – the vision of leading proponents, application to practical problems, development of enabling software and the challenges to be faced.
Edition: online first
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The Role of Volatiles in the Genesis, Evolution and Eruption of Arc Magmas (2014)
London : The Geological Society
Notes: The volatile cycle at subduction zones exerts strong control on the petrogenesis, transport, storage, evolution and eruption of arc magmas. This volume highlights recent progress on understanding aspects of this cycle, including its bearing on eruption triggering and volatile release into the atmosphere, through case studies and comprehensive reviews.
Edition: online first
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Organic Agriculture Towards Sustainability (2014)
Rijeka, Croatia : InTech
Keywords: agricultural and biological sciences
Notes: Organic agriculture combines tradition, innovation and science to benefit the shared environment and promotes fair relationships and a good quality of life. This book is a compilation of 11 chapters focused on development of organic agriculture, the role of sustainability in ecosystem and social community, analysis of environmental impacts of the organic farming system and its comparison with the conventional one, crop growing and weed control technologies, organic production, effective microorganisms technology. Continuously, a wide range of research experiments focus on organic agriculture technologies, quality of production, environmental protection and non-chemical, ecologically acceptable alternative solutions. In the book Organic Agriculture Towards Sustainability, contributing researchers cover multiple topics respecting modern, precious organic agriculture research.
Pages: 282 S.
ISBN: 978-953-51-1340-9
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ICT - Energy - Concepts Towards Zero - Power Information and Communication Technology (2014)
Rijeka, Croatia : InTech
Keywords: energy engineering
Notes: A sustainable future for our information society relies on bridging the gap between the energy required to operate portable ICT devices with the energy available from portable/mobile sources. The only viable solution is attacking the gap from both sides, i.e. to reduce the amount of energy dissipated during computation and to improve the efficiency in energy harvesting technologies. This requires deeper and broader knowledge of fundamental processes and thorough understanding of how they apply to materials and engineering at the nanoscale, all the way up to the design of energy-efficient electronics. This textbook is a first attempt to discuss such concepts towards Zero-Power ICT. The content is accessible to advanced undergraduates and early year researchers fascinated by this topic. The book is realized through the EU-funded ZEROPOWER project.
Pages: 252 S.
ISBN: 978-953-51-1218-1
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Fundamental Controls on Fluid Flow in Carbonates: Current Workflows to Emerging Technologies (2014)
London : The Geological Society
Notes: This volume reviews existing workflows that are perceived as state-of-the-art and share novel scientific and technical approaches that offer new ways to approach "old" problems in carbonate reservoirs. This approach could benefit many established areas in geoscience that have become entrenched and struggle to find promising new research directions.
Edition: online first
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Rock Deformation from Field, Experiments and Theory: A Volume in Honour of Ernie Rutter (2014)
London : The Geological Society
Notes: The volume focuses on the marrying of field studies, experimental studies and modelling in the field of rock deformation, which has been Professor Rutter’s approach throughout his career. It also reflects on where we have come over the past 40 years, and where approaches in the field should go in the future.
Edition: online first
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Land Applications of Radar Remote Sensing (2014)
Rijeka, Croatia : InTech
Keywords: earth and planetary sciences ; remote sensing ; SAR ; radar
Notes: The aim of this book is to demonstrate the use of SAR data in three application domains, i.e. land cover (Part II), topography (Part III), and land motion (Part IV). These are preceded by Part I, where an extensive and complete review on speckle and adaptive filtering is provided, essential for the understanding of SAR images. Part II is dedicated to land cover mapping. Part III is devoted to the generation of Digital Elevation Models based on radargrammetry and on a wise fusion (by considering sensor characteristic and acquisition geometry) of interferometric and photogrammetric elevation data. Part IV provides a contribution to three applications related to land motion.
Pages: 318 S.
ISBN: 978-953-51-1589-2
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Technology and Application of Microbial Fuel Cells (2014)
Rijeka, Croatia : InTech
Keywords: engineering
Notes: Faced with the upcoming serious deficiency of energy, food and water, along with inevitable environmental pollution, much related research has been on the upsurge because Microbial Fuel Cells (MFCs) seem to be one of the solutions to these concerns in the future. The aim of this book is to describe and consider some concepts regarding MFC application designs for interested colleagues. Five topics regarding the technology of flow control, biocatalysts, biofilms, removal of chemical oxygen demand and biochemical fields are addressed in the book. Considering the low power density and short life span of MFCs, there has been a dramatic increase in funding and research that has led to a greater understanding of the fundamental science behind MFC study. This is driving significant improvements in both the reliability and efficiency of MFCs and hence their future use.
Pages: 96 S.
ISBN: 978-953-51-1627-1
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Advanced Geoscience Remote Sensing (2014)
Rijeka, Croatia : InTech
Keywords: remote sensing
Notes: Nowadays advanced remote sensing technology plays tremendous roles in building a quantitative and comprehensive understanding of how the Earth system works. The advanced remote sensing technology is also used widely to monitor and survey the natural disasters and man-made pollution. Besides, telecommunication is considered as an accuracy remote sensing advanced technology tool. Precise usage of remote sensing and telecommunication cannot be built without comprehensive understanding of mathematics and physics. This book has three parts (i) microwave remote sensing applications, (ii) nuclear, geophysics and telecommunication; and (iii) environment remote sensing investigations.
Pages: 280 S.
ISBN: 978-953-51-1581-6
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Environmental Risk Assessment of Soil Contamination (2014)
Rijeka, Croatia : InTech
Keywords: environmental sciences ; soil sciences
Notes: Soil is an irreplaceable resource that sustains life on the planet, challenged by food and energy demands of an increasing population. Therefore, soil contamination constitutes a critical issue to be addressed if we are to secure the life quality of present and future generations. Integrated efforts from researchers and policy makers are required to develop sound risk assessment procedures, remediation strategies and sustainable soil management policies. Environmental Risk Assessment of Soil Contamination provides a wide depiction of current research in soil contamination and risk assessment, encompassing reviews and case studies on soil pollution by heavy metals and organic pollutants. The book introduces several innovative approaches for soil remediation and risk assessment, including advances in phytoremediation and implementation of metabolomics in soil sciences.
Pages: 918 S.
ISBN: 978-953-51-1235-8
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Mitigation of Ionospheric Threats to GNSS: an Appraisal of the Scientific and Technological Outputs of the TRANSMIT Project (2014)
Rijeka, Croatia : InTech
Keywords: earth and planetary sciences ; ionosphere ; GNSS
Notes: TRANSMIT (Training Research and Applications Network to Support the Mitigation of Ionospheric Threats) is an initiative funded by the European Commission through a Marie Curie Initial Training Network. It provided a coordinated program of academic and industrial training, focused on atmospheric phenomena that can significantly impair a wide range of systems and applications that are at the core of several activities embedded in our daily life. TRANSMIT deals with the harmful effects of the ionosphere on these systems. Main aim of the project has been to develop a web based prototype demonstrator aiming to showcase the project research outcomes in a user friendly manner, through a series of model outputs and tools that could serve as the blueprint for a future service to assist users and industry to mitigate the effects of ionospheric threats to GNSS. This book is concerned with the TRANSMIT 2014 Workshop Appraisal of Scientific and Technological Output that took place in Torino (Italy) on February 2014, where a full update on the status of the prototype development and the next steps leading to its full implementation were provided.
Pages: 236 S.
ISBN: 978-953-51-1642-4
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Biodiversity : The Dynamic Balance of the Planet (2014)
Rijeka, Croatia : InTech
Keywords: environmental sciences ; biodiversity
Notes: The current world biodiversity consists of an inestimable amount of living forms, that at all levels, from genes to biomes, from individuals to populations, from species to communities, are in constant pursuit of the best strategies to react to the natural and anthropic environmental changes. The arrangement of new and dynamic ecosystems balanced by the formation and the vanishing of species, is the direct consequence of these changes. This book contains comprehensive overviews and original studies focused on ecological and ecosystem functioning studies, hazards and conservation management, assessment of environmental variables affecting species diversity, also considering species richness and distribution, in order to identify the best management strategies to face and solve the conservation problems.
Pages: 378 S.
ISBN: 978-953-51-1315-7
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Global Heritage Stone: Towards International Recognition of Building and Ornamental Stones (2014)
London : The Geological Society
Notes: This first publication of the Heritage Stone Task Group, established by the IUGS and the IAEG, contains articles discussing a new international designation to recognize natural stone resources of importance to human culture and to safeguard their future supply. It includes examples of stones that might qualify for special status.
Edition: online first
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A Stratigraphical Basis for the Anthropocene (2014)
London : The Geological Society
Notes: Humankind has pervasively influenced the Earth's atmosphere, biosphere, geosphere, hydrosphere and cryosphere, arguably to the point of fashioning a new geological epoch, the Anthropocene. To constrain the Anthropocene as a potential formal unit within the Geological Time Scale, a spectrum of indicators of anthropogenically-induced environmental change is considered, and shown as stratigraphical signals that may be used to characterize an Anthropocene unit, and to recognize its base. This volume describes a range of evidence that may help to define this potential new time unit and details key signatures that could be used in its definition. These signatures include lithostratigraphical (novel deposits, minerals and mineral magnetism), biostratigraphical (macro- and micro-palaeontological successions and human-induced trace fossils) and chemostratigraphical (organic, inorganic and radiogenic signatures in deposits, speleothems and ice and volcanic eruptions). We include, finally, the suggestion that humans have created a further sphere, the technosphere, that drives global change.
Pages: VI, 321 S.
ISBN: 978-1-86239-628-9
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Deformation Structures and Processes within the Continental Crust (2014)
London : The Geological Society
Notes: This volume presents a selection of papers showing the current focus of studies of deformation structures and processes within the continental crust. The selected contributions use a large range of analytical techniques suited to the full range of structure sizes and fine-tuned to the physical process that controls the deformation, from the grain boundary at the micro-scale, the lithological contact at the meso-scale to the plate boundary at the global scale. The papers in the volume are grouped into three sections relating to specific lines of research within the analysis of rock deformation structures and processes, in particular in respect to the continental crust: structures within shear zones and faults; magmatic structures, and microstructures and rheology. These sections include papers describing field studies, experimental rock deformation and numerical modelling of deformation processes.
Pages: VI, 239 S.
ISBN: 978-1-86239-627-2
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Sediment Provenance Studies in Hydrocarbon Exploration and Production (2014)
London : The Geological Society
Notes: Sediment provenance studies concern the origin, composition, transportation and deposition of detritus and therefore are an important part of understanding the links between basinal sedimentation, and hinterland tectonics and unroofing. Such studies can add value at many stages of hydrocarbon exploitation, from identifying regional-scale crustal affinities and sediment dispersal patterns during the earliest stages of exploration, to detailed correlation in producing reservoirs and understanding the impact of mineralogy on reservoir diagenesis. The volume showcases the wide variety of techniques available, using examples and applications from all aspects of sediment provenance research. The papers are organized into four sets around the following themes: Overview: applications of provenance information in hydrocarbon reservoir sandstones Provenance, diagenesis and reservoir quality Provenance studies linking sediment to source Looking forward: development of techniques and data handling This book is dedicated to the memory of Maria Mange and Robert A. Scott.
Pages: VIII, 420 S.
ISBN: 978-1-86239-370-7
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Notes: Naturally fractured reservoirs constitute a substantial percentage of remaining hydrocarbon resources; they create exploration targets in otherwise impermeable rocks, including under-explored crystalline basement; and they can be used as geological stores for anthropogenic carbon dioxide. Their complex behaviour during production has traditionally proved difficult to predict, causing a large degree of uncertainty in reservoir development. The applied study of naturally fractured reservoirs seeks to constrain this uncertainty by developing new understanding, and is necessarily a broad, integrated, interdisciplinary topic. This book addresses some of the challenges and advances in knowledge, approaches, concepts, and methods used to characterize the interplay of rock matrix and fracture networks, relevant to fluid flow and hydrocarbon recovery. Topics include: describing, characterizing and identifying controls on fracture networks from outcrops, cores, geophysical data, digital and numerical models; geomechanical influences on reservoir behaviour; numerical modelling and simulation of fluid flow; and case studies of the exploration and development of carbonate, siliciclastic and metamorphic naturally fractured reservoirs.
Pages: VI, 425 S.
ISBN: 978-1-86239-355-4
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Sediment-Body Geometry and Heterogeneity: Analogue Studies for Modelling the Subsurface (2014)
London : The Geological Society
Notes: Over the past 20 years there has been a major growth in efforts to quantify the geometry and dimensions of sediment bodies from analogues to provide quantitative input to geological models. The aim of this volume is to examine the current state of the art, from both an industry and an academic perspective. Contributions discuss the challenges of extracting relevant data from different types of sedimentary analogue (outcrop, process models, seismic) and the application and significance of such information for improving predictions from subsurface static and dynamic models. Special attention is given to modelling reservoir properties and gridding issues for predicting subsurface fluid flow. As such, the volume is expected to be of interest to both the geoscience community concerned with the fundamentals of sedimentary architecture as well as geological modellers and engineers interested in how these characteristics are modelled and influence subsurface predictions.
Pages: VII, 299 S.
ISBN: 978-1-86239-372-1
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Hydrocarbon Exploration to Exploitation West of Shetlands (2014)
London : The Geological Society
Notes: This volume addresses the challenges facing explorers and developers alike in a region that is becoming a major focus of the petroleum industry in the United Kingdom, Faroes and North Norway. Several West of Shetland fields are still in the appraisal phase almost a decade after discovery. Sub-volcanic exploration risks remain high: sub-volcanic structural traps are imaged poorly, and so the geophysical community is responding with the application of latest technology. The more simple reservoirs might not be large enough to prompt informed and speedy development decisions; larger fields might have a combination of complexities, requiring a phased approach to the development. Infrastructure has been slow to arrive and planned developments have been subject to dramatic swings in fiscal regime ranging from special allowances to unexpected tax increases. Environmental challenges are significant when moving into more remote, deeper water. The perception of these challenges by the third parties has become much more acute. To sustain its right to operate, the industry has to demonstrate safe drilling operations and appropriate response capability with government agencies.
Pages: 229 S.
ISBN: 978-1-86239-652-3
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La géomorphologie paraglaciaire : changements climatiques, fonte des glaciers et crises érosives associées (2011)
Sarrebruck : Éditions universitaires européennes
Call number: AWI G3-14-0030
Location: AWI
Branch Library: AWI Library
Notes: Table des matières. - Sommaire. - Introduction generale. - Premiere partie : La geomorphologie paraglaciaire : approche epistemologique. - Introduction de la premiere partie. - Chapitre 1 Le concept de paraglaciaire, evolution semantique. - Introduction du chapitre 1. - 1 Le "paraglaciaire" : naissance d'un concept. - 1.1. Les articles de June M. Ryder de 1971. - 1.2. La conceptualisation du "paraglaciaire" par M. Church et J. M. Ryder en 1972. - 1.2.1. Les processus paraglaciaires. - 1.2.2. La sequence paraglaciaire. - 2. Le "paraglaciaire" avant Ia naissance du concept. - 2.1. Les "Messieurs Jourdain" du paraglaciaire. - 2.2. Les premieres utilisations du terme "paraglaciaire" avant J. M. Ryder (1971). - 2.2.1. Les tentatives de substirution du terme "periglaciaire" par celui de "paraglaciaire". - 2.2.2. L'utilisation du terme "paraglaciaire" sans definition du concept. - Conclusion du premier chapitre. - Chapitre 2 Le "geosysteme paraglaciaire" : concept integrateur?. - Introduction du deuxieme chapitre. - 1. La determination de Ia duree de Ia sequence paraglaciaire. - 1.1. Le modele de calibration du destockage sedimentaire paraglaciaire selon Ballamyne. - 1.2. Le modele sedimentaire paraglaciaire selon Church et Slaymaker. - 1.3. Les perturbations externes au modele de destockage paraglaciaire. - 2. Definition du concept de "geosysteme paraglaciaire". - 2.1. Le concept de "geosysreme". - 2.2. Le concept de "geosysteme paraglaciaire". - 3. Les sous-systemes face aux sequences paraglaciaires. - 3.1. Le sous-systeme gravitaire au cours d'une sequence paraglaciaire. - 3.2. Le sous-systeme fluvial au cours d'une sequence paraglaciaire. - 3.3. Le sous-systeme lacustre au cours d'une sequence paraglaciaire. - 3.4. Le sous-systeme eolien au cours d'une sequence paraglaciaire. - 3.5. Le sous-systeme littoral au cours d'une sequence paraglaciaire. - 3.6. Le sous-systeme marin au cours d'une sequence paraglaciaire. - 3. 7. Le sous-systeme socio-spatial face aux aleas paraglaciaires. - Conclusion du deuxieme chapitre. - Conclusion de la premiere partie. - Deuxieme partie : La geomorphologie paraglaciaire : approche spatio-temporelle. - Introduction de la deuxieme partie. - Chapitre 3 Les changements climatiques a l'origine des crises paraglaciaires. - Introduction du troisieme chapitre. - 1. L'origine des changements climatiques. - 1.1. L'origine tectonique. - 1.2. L'origine astronomique. - 1.3. Les gaz a effet de serre. - 2. Les echelles spatio-temporelles des changements climatiques. - 2.1. Les changements climatiques majeurs dans le passe. - 2.1.1. Les glaciations anterieures au Pleistocene. - 2.1.2. Les archives climatiques pleistocenes des forages glaciaires. - 2.2. La variabilite du clirnat. - 2.2.1. Les interstades de Dansgaard-Oeschger (DO). - 2.2.2. Les evenements de Heinrich. - 2.2.3. L'oscillation Nord Atlantique (NAO). - 2.2.4. L'oscillation arctique (AO). - 2.3. Les changements actuels et futurs du climat. - 2.3.1. Le rechauffement du bassin arctique. - 2.3.2. L'albedo : cle de comprehension du systeme climatique arctique. - 2.3.3. Les boucles de retroaction du systeme climatique arctique. - 2.3.4. Les nuances regionales et locales au sein du monde polaire. - 2.3.5. Changements climatiques et couvertures vegetales. - Conclusion du troisieme chapitre. - Chapitre 4 Les crises geomorphologiques paraglaciaires. - Introduction du quatrieme chapitre. - 1. Definition d'une crise geomorphologique paraglaciaire. - 1.1. La notion de seuil et son application au paraglaciaire. - 1.2. Le concept "d'equilibre dynarnique" applique au paraglaciaire. - 1.3. Le conccpt de "sensibilite". - 1.4. Application du modele de destockage sedimentaire paraglaciaire de Ballantyne. - 2. Les echelles temporelles des crises geomorphologiques paraglaciaires. - 2.1. Crises paraglaciaires instantanees. - 2.1.1. Les jökulhlaups sur les piemonts islandais. - 2.1.2. Les enseignements de la marge de glacier Baron au Spitsberg. - 2.2. Crises paraglaciaires d'echelle decennale. - 2.2.1. Les enseignements du sous-systeme gravitaire du Colletthogda (Spitsberg). - 2.2.2. Les enseignements du sous-systeme fluvial : l'evolution des sandurs islandais en contexte paraglaciaire. - 2.2.3. Les enseignements du sous-systeme littoral : Ia progradation des littoraux meubles au Spitsberg. - 2.3. Crises paraglaciaires d'echelle centennale : les enseignements des metamorphoses fluviales alpines. - 2.4. Crises paraglaciaires d'echelle millennale. - 2.4.1. Decohesion postglaciaire des parois. - 2.4.2. L'encaissement du reseau hydrographique. - 2.4.3. Le "volcanisme paraglaciaire". - Conclusion du quatrieme chapitre. - Conclusion de Ia deuxieme partie : Les limites spatio-temporelles du paraglaciaire. - Les limites du paraglaciaire actif. - Les limites du paleo-paraglaciaire. - Les limites du paraglaciaire potentiel. - Troisieme partie : La geomorphologie paraglaciaire : pour une relecture des formes des milieux froids. - Introduction de Ia troisieme partie. - Chapitre 5 Les formes paraglaciaires sricto sensu. - Introduction du cinquieme chapitre. - 1 Les formes paraglaciaires sur les versants. - 1.1. Les formes associees a Ia decohesion des parois. - 1.2. Les formes liees a l'ajustement paraglaciaire des depots de pente. - 2 Les formes paraglaciaires sur les surfaces. - 3 Les formes littorales paraglaciaires. - 4 Les formes liees aux accumulations offshore paraglaciaires. - 5 Le nano-paraglaciaire : approche microscopique. - Conclusion du cinquieme chapitre. - Chapitre 6 Le röle de Ia sequence paraglaciaire dans l'elaboration des formes glaciaires et periglaciaires. - Introduction du sixieme chapitre. - 1. Les formes majeures d'evidement : glaciaires ou paraglaciaires?. - 1.1. Les cirques. - 1.2. Les vallees en auge. - 1.3. Les fjords. - 2. Les formes d'echelle moyenne d'accumulation sur les surfaces : glaciaires ou paraglaciaires?. - 2.1. Les hummocky moraines moraines et les kettles. - 2.2. Les drumlins. - 2.3. Les eskers. - 2.4. Les kames. - 3. Les formes d'echelle moyenne d'accumulation au pied des versants : periglaciaires ou paraglaciaires?. - 3.1. Les glaciers rocheux : glaciaires, periglaciaires ou paraglaciaires?. - 3.2. Les tabliers et les cones d'eboulis : periglaciaires ou paraglaciaires?. - 4. Le concept de "paraperiglaciaire". - 4.1. Les premieres utilisations du terme de "paraperiglaciaire". - 4.2. Les processus et les formes paraperiglaciaires. - 4.3. Les limites spatio-temporelles du paraperiglaciaire. - Conclusion du sixieme chapitre. - Conclusion de la troisieme partie. - Conclusion generale. - 1 Le concept de paraglaciaire peut-il tout expliquer?. - 2 L'apport du concept de paraglaciaire a la comprehension des formes des milieux froids. - 3 Les crises paraglaciaires. - 4 - Les pistes de recherche a explorer. - Bibliographie. - Table des illusttations. - Table des matieres.
Pages: 256 S. : Ill., graph. Darst., Kt.
ISBN: 978-613-1-59447-2
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Les pôles (2010)
s.l. : Centre d'enseignement supérieur de la Marine
Call number: AWI P5-14-0031
Location: AWI
Branch Library: AWI Library
Notes: Table des matières: Éditorial. - Les pôles. - La participation de la Marine aux activités des Terres australes et antarctiques fran~aises. - L'Union européenne et l'Arctique. - Activités fran~aises en Antarctique. L'exploration, la science et l'État. - Le statut de l'Antarctique, cinquante ans après la signture du traité de Washington. - L'Antarctique en 2010: brève approche géopolitique du sixième continent. - Les enjeux militaires de l'Arctique. - Le Canada, pays nordique, pays arctique. - La conquête des pôles. - Dans les pas de Paul-Émile Victor. - Le rechauffement climatique et les écosystèmes polaires. - Une aventure humaine et technologique. Le défi de l'Arctique. - La réalité économique des voies maritimes du nord. - La prospection et l'exploitation de nouvelles réserves d'hydrocarbures en Arctique. - Le tourisme polaire en vitesse de croisière.
Pages: 118 S. : Ill., graph. Darst.
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Le ruissellement au Spitsberg : [le monde polaire face aux changements climatiques] (2001)
Clermont-Ferrand : Presses Universitaires Blaise Pascal
Call number: AWI P9-14-0029
Location: AWI
Branch Library: AWI Library
Keywords: Klimaänderung ; Meereis ; Abfluss ; Prognose ; Spitzbergen
Notes: Table des matières: Avant-propos. - INTRODUCTION GÉNÉRALE. - 1. Problematique. - 2. Le cadre geographique du Spitsberg. - 3. Demarche, methode et plan de l'ouvrage. - PREMIÈRE PARTIE : LE RUISSELLEMENT DANS LE TEMPS. - Introduction : un bilan hydrologique favorable au ruissellement ?. - Chapitre 1 Les entrees du systeme hydrologique . - Chapitre 2 Les pertes du systeme hydrologique. - Chapitre 3 Quel bilan hydrologique pour Ia dynamique du ruissellement?. - Conclusion de Ia premiere partie :Un calendrier du ruissellement favorable a l'erosion?. - DEUXIEME PARTIE : LE RUISSELLEMENT DANS L'ESPACE. - lntroduction : des paysages marques par Je ruissellement?. - Chapitre 4 Les versants : entre gelifraction et ruissellement. - Chapitre 5 Les moraines : vestiges glaciaires remanies par le ruissellement. - Chapitre 6 - Les sandurs : construction et destruction par le ruissellement. - Conclusion de Ia deuxieme partie: l'omnipresence du ruissellement dans les paysages. - TROISIEME PARTIE : ESSAI DE QUANTIFICATION DU TRAVAIL GEOMORPHOLOGIQUE DU RUISSELLEMENT. - Introduction: Ia quantification de l'erosion par le ruissellement en milieu polaire. - Chapitre 7 L'erosion saisonniere du bassin-versant carbonate du Zeppelinfjellet. - Chapitre 8 L'erosion seculaire des moraines. - Chapitre 9 L'erosion plurimillenaire des littoraux. - Conclusion de Ia troisieme partie : Le ruissellement dans le concert des processus. - CONCLUSION GENERALE. - Le ruissellement ou Ia metamorphose des paysages polaires. - 1. Une dynamique du ruissellement limitee dans le temps. - 2. Un impact omnipresent dans l'espace. - 3. Le ruissellement: moteur de Ia metamorphose des paysages polaires. - 3.1. Un triple impact spatio-temporel. - 3.2. Un relais spatio-temporel de processus assure par le ruissellement. - 3.3. Une mutation spatio-temporelle de processus assuree par le ruissellement. - 4. Le ruissellement dans !es milieux polaires et le Global Change. - Bibliographie. - Tables des illustrations. - Table des figures. - Liste des tableaux. - Table des photographies. - Table des matieres.
Pages: 278 S. : Ill., graph. Darst.
ISBN: 2-84516-150-6
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The water footprint of modern consumer society (2013)
London [u.a.] : Routledge
Call number: PIK T 240-14-0138
Location: PIK
Branch Library: PIK Library
Keywords: Wasserverbrauch ; Ökologischer Fußabdruck ; Konsumgut ; Industrie ; Landwirtschaft ; Nature--Effect of human beings on ; Water conservation ; Water consumption ; Water use
Notes: Contents: 1 Introduction ; 2 Drinking ten bathtubs of water a day ; 3 Water for bread and pasta ; 4 The meat eater, a big water user ; 5 How our cotton clothes link to a disappearing sea ; 6 Burning water: the water footprint of biofuels ; 7 The overseas water footprint of cut flowers ; 8 The supply-chain water footprint of paper ; 9 Maximum sustainable water footprint per river basin ; 10 Water-use efficiency ; 11 Allocating the world's limited freshwater resources ; 12 Getting trade right ; 13 Product transparency ; 14 Who will be the heroes of change?
Pages: XVI, 204 S. : Ill., graph. Darst., Kt.
ISBN: 978-1-84971-427-3
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Das Nordpolargebiet : seine Natur, Bedeutung und Erforschung ; mit 59 Abbildungen und 2 Tafeln (1943)
Berlin [u.a.] : Springer
Call number: AWI P5-14-0028
Location: AWI
Branch Library: AWI Library
Keywords: Arktis
Notes: Contents: 1. Einleitung. - 2. Gliederung, Grenzen, Ausmaße und Aufbau der Arktis. - 3. Gewässer der Arktis. - 4. Klima der Arktis. - 5. Die Lebewelt der Arktis. - 5A. Die Biosphäre. - 5B. Die Pflanzenwelt. - 5C. Die Tierwelt. - 5D. Der Mensch. - 6. Gang der Arktisforschung. - 6A. Atlantisch-europäisches Gebiet. - 6B. Polarsibirien. - 6C. Polaramerika. - 6D. Innerarktis. - 7. Die Arktis als Verkehrsraum. - 7A. Nordsibirischer Seeweg (Nordostpassage). - 7B. Nordwestpassage. - 7C. Luftverkehr. - 7D. Unterseeverkehr. - 8. Ziele und Methoden der Polarforschung. - 9. Schlußwort. - Namen und Sachverzeichnis. - Anhang: Tafel 1. Karte des Golfstrom- und Polarstromsystems. - Tafel 2. Farbige Karte der Arktis und angrenzender Länder.
Pages: VI, 179 S. : zahlr. Ill., graph. Darst., Kt.
DDC: 919.8
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Water : the epic struggle for wealth, power, and civilization (2010)
New York : Harper
Call number: PIK T 240-14-0135
Location: PIK
Branch Library: PIK Library
Keywords: Wasserversorgung ; Wasserwirtschaft ; Kultur ; Zivilisation ; Gesellschaft ; Geschichte
Notes: Contents: Part 1 - Water in anciet history ; 1 The indispensible resource ; 2 Water and the start of civilization ; 3 Rivers, irrigation, and the earliest empires ; 4 Seafaring, trade, and the making of the Mediterranean world ; 5 The grand canal and the flourishing of Chinese civilization ; 6 Islam, Deserts, and the destiny of history's most water-fragile civilizations ; Part 2 - Water and the ascendancy of the West ; 7 Waterwheel, plow, cargo ship, and the awakening of Europe ; 8 The voyage of discovery and the launch of the oceanic era ; 9 Steam power, industry, and the age of the British Empire ; Part 3 - Water and the making of the modern industrial society ; 10 The sanitary revolution ; 11 Water frontiers and the emergence of the United States ; 12 The canal to America's century ; 13 Giant dams, water abundance, and the rise of global society ; Part 4 - The age of scarcity ; 14 Water: the new oil ; 15 Thicker than blood: the water-famished Middle East ; 16 From have to have-not: mounting water distress in Asia's rising giants ; 17 Opportunity from scarcity: the new politics of water in the industrial democracies
Pages: X, 596 S. : Ill., Kt.
Edition: 1. ed.
ISBN: 978-0-06-054830-8
DDC: 553.7
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Call number: PIK T 240-14-0137
Location: PIK
Branch Library: PIK Library
Keywords: Water -- History ; Water supply -- History ; Drinking water -- History
Notes: Contents: Preface ; Part 1 - A new perspective ; 1. The role played by water in the biosphere ; Part 2 - Living in a human-dominated world ; 2. Human modification of the earth system ; 3. Balancing on a threshold of alternate development paths: regime shift, traps and transformations ; 4. Crucial functioning of and human dependence on the global water system ; Part 3 - Food production globally: in hotspot regions and in the landscape ; 5. Food production: a mega water challenge ; 6. Closing the yield gap in the savannah zone ; 7. Water resources and functions for agro-ecological systems at the landscape scale ; Part 4 - Governance and pathways ; 8. Governance for navigating the novel freshwater dynamics of the Anthropocene ; 9. Pathway to the future ; References ; Index.
Pages: XXI, 292 S. : Ill., graph. Darst., Kt.
ISBN: 978-1-107-02419-9
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Homer Economicus : the Simpsons and economics (2014)
Stanford : Stanford Univ. Press
Call number: PIK B 100-14-0139
Location: PIK
Branch Library: PIK Library
Keywords: Simpsons (Television program) ; Economics ; Microeconomics
Notes: Contetns: PART I: THE ECONOMIC WAY OF THINKING ; 1. Scarcity, Specialization, and Squishees: The Simpsons as Homo Economicus ; 2 Where the Invisible Hand Has Only Four Fingers: Supply, Demand, and the Market Process in Springfield ; 3. A Pile of Krusty Burgers Embiggens the Fattest Man: Obesity, Incentives, and Unintended Consequences ; PART II: MONEY, MARKETS, AND GOVERNMENT ; 4. Twenty Dollars Can Buy Many Peanuts! Money and The Simpsons ; 5. Thank You, Come Again: The Pursuit of Profits in Springfield ; 6. They Have the Internet on Computers Now? Entrepreneurship in The Simpsons ; 7. I've Got a Monopoly to Maintain! Market Failure in The Simpsons ; 8. Will You Stop That Infernal Racket!?! Externalities and The Simpsons ; 9. Mayors, Monorails, and Morons: Government Failure in The Simpsons ; PART III: APPLIED MICROECONOMICS ; 10. Coming to Homerica: The Economic: of Immigration ; 11. Donut and Dimed: Labor Markets in Springfield ; 12. Paging Dr. Hibbert: What The Simpsons Can Teach Us About Health Economic ; 13. At First I Though Prohibition Was a Good Thing: The Economics of Alcohol Control ; 14. Mr. Burns' Casino: The Economics of Casino Gambling ; 15. Homer Economicus or Homer Sapiens? Behavioral Economics in The Simpsons ; 16. From Rabbit Ears to Fiat Screen: It's Gelting Better All the Time
Pages: XII, 241 S. : graph. Darst.
ISBN: 978-0-8047-9171-7
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Planetary economics : energy, climate change and the three domains of sustainable development (2014)
London [u.a.] : Routledge
Call number: PIK B 160-14-0136
Location: PIK
Branch Library: PIK Library
Keywords: Energy policy -- Economic aspects ; Energy development -- Economic aspects ; Energy development -- Environmental aspects ; Climatic changes -- Environmental aspects ; Sustainable development ; Energieökonomik ; Nachhaltige Entwicklung ; Umweltökonomik ; Klimawandel ; Welt
Notes: Contents: Preface 1. Trapped? ; 2. The Three Domains ; Pillar I: Standards and Engagement for Smarter Choices ; 3. Energy and Emissions: Technologies and systems ; 4. Why So Wasteful? ; 5. Tried and Tested: Four decades of energy efficiency policy ; Pillar II: Markets and Pricing for Cleaner Production and Products ; 6. Pricing Pollution ; 7. Cap-and-trade and offsets: From idea to practice ; 8. Who's hit? The distributional impacts of carbon pricing and how to handle them ; Pillar III: Strategic Investment for Innovation and Infrastructure ; 9. Pushing Further, Pulling Deeper: Bridging the technology valley of death ; 10. Transforming Systems ; 11. The Dark Matter of Economic Growth ; 12. Conclusions: Changing course
Pages: XXVII, 520 S. : Ill., graph. Darst.
ISBN: 978-0-415-51882-6
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2011 - 2013 Annual Report (2013)
[Québec] : ArcticNet
Call number: AWI P5-14-0022
Location: AWI
Branch Library: AWI Library
Keywords: Arktis
Pages: 88 S. : Ill., graph. Darst., Kt.
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Jahresbericht / Physikalisch-Technische Bundesanstalt Braunschweig und Berlin: 2013 (2014)
Call number: S 92.0195(2013)
Location: Building A17, Reading Room, 3 / Scientific Institutions
Branch Library: GFZ Library
Pages: 159 S. . Ill., graph. Darst. + Beil.
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Call number: S 12.0203(2014)
Location: Building A17, Reading Room, 2 /Science General
Branch Library: GFZ Library
Pages: 258 S. : farb. Ill. und graph. Darst.
ISBN: 978-3-00-044660-3
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Semiannual technical summary: 1 January - 30 June 2013 (2013)
Kjeller
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Call number: S 99.0085(1-2013)
Location: Building A17
Branch Library: GFZ Library
Keywords: [209]Seismologie NORSAR
Pages: 85 S. : farb. graph. Darst.
Classification: Seismology
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Erdbebenbeobachtung im Freistaat Sachsen/[6.]: 2010 - 2012 (2013)
Call number: S 00.0625(2010 -2012)
Location: Building A17
Branch Library: GFZ Library
Keywords: Erdbeben ; Sachsen
Pages: 42 S. : farb. Ill + graph. Darst.
Classification: Seismology
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Microbial life of the deep biosphere (2014)
Berlin [u.a.] : Walter de Gruyter
Call number: M 14.0104
Location: Building A17, Reading Room, 20-2 / Geomicrobiology
Branch Library: GFZ Library
Keywords: Mikrobiologie
Notes: Over the last two decades, exploration of the deep subsurface biosphere has developed into a major research area. New findings constantly challenge our concepts of global biogeochemical cycles and the ultimate limits to life.In order to explain our observations from deep subsurface ecosystems it is necessary to develop truly interdisciplinary approaches, ranging from microbiology and geochemistry to physics and modeling.This book aims to bring together a wide variety of topics, covering the broad range of issues that are associated with deep biosphere exploration. Not only does the book present case studies of selected projects, but also treats questions arising from our current knowledge. Despite nearly two decades of research, there are still many boundaries to exploration caused by technical limitations and one section of the book is devoted to these technical challenges and the latest developments in this field. This volume will be of high interest to biologists, chemists and earth scientists all working on the deep biosphere.
Pages: xvii, 325 S. : farb. Ill+ graph. Darst.
ISBN: 978-3-11-030009-3
DDC: 579
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Meteorologische Arbeiten aus Leipzig/18.: Meteorologische Arbeiten ... und Jahresbericht 2012 des Instituts für Meteorologie der Universität Leipzig (2013)
Leipzig : Inst. für Meteorologie der Univ.
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Call number: ZS-265(51)
Location: PIK
Branch Library: PIK Library
Pages: 106 S. : graph. Darst.
ISBN: 978-3-9814401-1-9
Classification: Meteorology and Climatology
DDC: 551.5
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Call number: AWI G2-13-0057
Location: AWI
Branch Library: AWI Library
Keywords: Meeresgeologie ; Meeresboden ; Mittelozeanischer Rücken ; Submarin-hydrothermale Lagerstätte ; Metallogenese ; Erzlagerstätte ; Hydrothermalgebiet ; Riftsystem ; Subduktion ; Submariner Vulkanismus ; Lagerstättenbildung
Pages: 527 S. : zahlr. Ill., graph. Darst.
ISBN: 5-02-033746-3
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Arctic climate and water change : Information relevance for assessment and adaptation (2013)
Stockholm : Department of Physical Geography and Quaternary Geology, Stockholm University
Call number: AWI 13-0052
Location: AWI
Branch Library: AWI Library
Keywords: Hydrology ; Monitoring ; Climate Change ; Adaptatation ; Arctic ; Arktis
Notes: The Arctic is subject to growing economic and political interest. Meanwhile, its water and climate systems are in rapid transformation. Relevant and accessible information about water and climate is therefore vital to detect, understand and adapt to the changes. This thesis investigates hydrological monitoring systems, climate model data, and our understanding of hydro-climatic change, for adaptation to water system changes in the Arctic. Results indicate a lack of harmonized water chemistry data, which may impede efforts to understand transport and origin of key waterborne constituents. Further development of monitoring cannot rely only on a reconciliation of observations and projections on where climate change will be the most severe, as they diverge in this regard. Climate model simulations of drainage basin temperature and precipitation have improved between two recent model generations, but large inaccuracies remain for precipitation projections. Late 20th-century discharge changes in major Arctic rivers generally show excess of water relative to precipitation changes. This indicates a possible contribution of stored water from permafrost or groundwater to sea level rise. The river contribution to the increasing Arctic Ocean freshwater inflow matches that of glaciers, which underlines the importance of considering all sources when assessing change. To provide adequate information for research and policy, Arctic hydrological and hydrochemical monitoring needs to be extended, better integrated and made more accessible. This especially applies to hydrochemistry monitoring, where a more complete set of monitored basins is motivated, including a general extension for the large unmonitored areas close to the Arctic Ocean. Improvements in climate model parameterizations are needed, in particular for precipitation projections. Finally, further water-focused data and modeling efforts are required to resolve the source of excess discharge in Arctic rivers.
ISBN: 978-91-7447-638-5

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