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The price of rights : regulating international labor migration (2015)
Princeton [u.a.] : Princeton University Press
Call number: PIK C 132-15-0134
Location: PIK
Branch Library: PIK Library
Keywords: Internationaler Arbeitsmarkt ; Migrationspolitik ; Ausländerrecht ; Foreign workers ; Civil rights ; Legal status ; Labor laws and legislation ; Human rights ; Emigration and immigration ; Economic aspects ; Government policy ; Law ; Arbeitsmobilität ; Einwanderungsrecht
Notes: Contents: 1 The Rights of Migrant Workers: Reframing the Debate ; 2 The Human Rights of Migrant Workers: Why Do So Few Countries Care? ; 3 Nation-States, Labor Immigration, and Migrant Rights: What Can We Expect? ; 4 An Empirical Analysis of Labor Immigration Programs in Forty-Six Countries ; 5 Regulating the Admission and Rights of Migrant Workers: Policy Rationales in High-Income Countries ; 6 Labor Emigration and Rights Abroad: The Perspectives of Migrants and Their Countries of Origin ; 7 The Ethics of Labor Immigration Policy ; 8 The Price of Rights: What Next for Human Rights-Based Approaches to International Labor Migration?
Pages: IX, 254 S. : graph. Darst.
Edition: 3rd print., and 1st paperback print.
ISBN: 978-0-691-16600-1
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Financial crises, liquidity, and the international monetary system (2002)
Princeton [u.a.] : Princeton University Press
Call number: PIK B 313-15-0136
Location: PIK
Branch Library: PIK Library
Keywords: Finanzkrise ; Internationale Währungspolitik ; International Monetary Fund ; Financial crises ; Liquidity (Economics) ; International finance ; Währungskrise ; Internationales Währungssystem ; Kapitalmobilität ; Internationaler Finanzmarkt ; Internationaler Kredit ; Reform
Notes: Contents: Introduction ; 1. Emerging Markets Crises and Policy Responses ; 2. The Economists' Views ; 3. Outline of the Argument and Main Message ; 4. Liquidity and Risk-Management in a Closed Economy ; 5. Identification of Market Failure: Are Debtor Countries Ordinary Borrowers? ; 6. Implications of the Dual- and Common-Agency Perspectives ; 7. Institutional Implications: What Role for the IMF? ; 8. Conclusion
Pages: XII, 151 S. : graph. Darst.
ISBN: 0-691-09985-5
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A social strategy : how we profit from social media (2014)
Princeton [u.a.] : Princeton University Press
Call number: PIK B 190-15-0133
Location: PIK
Branch Library: PIK Library
Keywords: Internet marketing ; Social media ; Economic aspects ; Online social networks ; Social Web ; Wettbewerbsstrategie ; Online-Marketing
Notes: Contents: 1. The Arc of the Book ; 2. Social Failures and Social Solutions ; 3. "Meet" Solutions: eHarmony and OkCupid ; 4. "Meet" Solution: Twitter ; 5. "Friend" Solutions: Facebook and mixi ; 6. "Meet" and "Friend" Solutions: LinkedIn and Friendster ; 7. "Meet" and "Friend" Solution: MySpace ; 8. Social Strategies ; 9. Social Strategy at Zynga ; 10. Social Strategy at Yelp ; 11. Social Strategy at American Express ; 12. Social Strategy at Nike ; 13. Building Social Strategy at XCard and Harvard Business Review ; 14. Conclusions
Pages: XII, 275 S. : graph. Darst., Kt.
ISBN: 978-0-691-15339-1
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The art of social theory (2014)
Princeton [u.a.] : Princeton University Press
Call number: PIK E 703-15-0135
Location: PIK
Branch Library: PIK Library
Keywords: Soziologische Theorie ; Methodologie ; Sociology ; Methodology
Notes: Contents: Introduction: Why Theorize and Can You Learn to Do It? ; Part 1: How to Theorize ; Chapter 1. Starting Anew ; Chapter 2. Social Observation ; Chapter 3. Naming, Concept, and Typology ; Chapter 4. Analogy, Metaphor, and Pattern ; Chapter 5. Coming Up with an Explanation ; Part 2: Preparing for Theorizing ; Chapter 6. Heuristics ; Chapter 7. Practical Exercises ; Chapter 8. The Role of Theory ; Chapter 9. Imagination and Art ; Chapter 10. Summary and More ; Appendix: How to Theorize according to Charles S. Peirce
Pages: 283 S.
ISBN: 978-0-691-15522-7
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Foragers, farmers, and fossil fuels : how human values evolve (2015)
Princeton [u.a.] : Princeton University Press
Call number: PIK E 502-15-0132
Location: PIK
Branch Library: PIK Library
Keywords: Social values ; History ; Social evolution ; Social change ; Power resources ; Hunting and gathering societies ; Agriculture ; Fossil fuels ; Civilization ; Forecasting
Notes: Contents: Introduction ; Chapter 1 Each Age Gets the Thought It Needs ; Chapter 2 Foragers ; Chapter 3 Farmers ; Chapter 4 Fossil Fuels ; Chapter 5 The Evolution of Values: Biology, Culture, and the Shape of Things to Come ; Chapter 6 On the Ideology of Imagining That 'Each Age Gets the Thought It Needs' ; Chapter 7 But What Was It Really Like? The Limitations of Measuring Historical Values ; Chapter 8 Eternal Values, Evolving Values, and the Value of the Self ; Chapter 9 When the Lights Go Out: Human Values after the Collapse of Civilization ; Chapter 10 My Correct Views on Everything
Pages: XXII, 369 S. : Ill., graph. Darst., Kt.
ISBN: 978-0-691-16039-9
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Power to the people : energy in Europe over the last five centuries (2013)
Princeton [u.a.] : Princeton University Press
Call number: PIK P 120-15-0130
Location: PIK
Branch Library: PIK Library
Keywords: Europa ; Energieversorgung ; Energieerzeugung ; Energiebedarf ; Geschichte ; Energiekonsum ; Wirtschaftswachstum ; Wirtschaftsgeschichte ; Industrialisierung
Notes: Contents: CHAPTER ONE Introduction ; CHAPTER TWO Definitions and Concepts ; PART I Pre-Industrial Economies ; CHAPTER THREE Traditional Sources ; CHAPTER FOUR Constraints and Dynamics ; PART II The First Industrial Revolution ; CHAPTER FIVE A Modern Energy Regime ; CHAPTER SIX The Coal Development Block ; CHAPTER SEVEN Energy and Industrial Growth ; PART III The Second and Third Industrial Revolutions ; CHAPTER EIGHT Energy Transitions in the Twentieth Century ; CHAPTER NINE Major Development Blocks in the Twentieth Century and Their Impacts on Energy ; CHAPTER TEN The Role of Energy in Twentieth-Century Economic Growth ; CHAPTER ELEVEN Summary and Implications for the Future ; APPENDIXES
Pages: X, 457 S. : Ill., graph. Darst., Kt.
ISBN: 978-0-691-14362-0
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Eating people is wrong, and other essays on famine, its past, and its future (2015)
Princeton [u.a.] : Princeton University Press
Call number: PIK B 314-15-0126
Location: PIK
Branch Library: PIK Library
Keywords: Famines ; History ; Food Supply ; Starvation ; Cannibalism
Notes: Contents: Introduction ; 1 Eating People Is Wrong: Famine's Darkest Secret? ; 2 "Sufficiency and Sufficiency and Sufficiency": Revisiting the Great Bengal Famine of 1943-44 ; 3 Markets and Famines: Pre-industrial Europe and Beyond ; 4 Great Leap into Great Famine ; 5 Famine Is Not the Problem - For Now
Pages: 235 S. : graph. Darst., Kt.
ISBN: 978-0-691-16535-6
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Human capitalism : how economic growth has made us smarter - and more unequal (2013)
Princeton [u.a.] : Princeton University Press
Call number: PIK B 160-15-0131
Location: PIK
Branch Library: PIK Library
Keywords: Kapitalismus ; Wirtschaftswachstum ; Soziale Ungleichheit ; Wirtschaftsethik ; Economic development ; Cognition and culture ; Social aspects ; Economic aspects ; Capitalism ; Economics ; Humankapital ; Einkommensverteilung
Notes: Contents: Introduction ; One: The Rise of Complexity ; Two: The Abstract Art of Modern Living ; Three: Capitalism with a Human Face ; Four: Class and Consciousness ; Five: Inequality as a Culture Gap ; Six: From Convergence to Polarization ; Seven: Reforming Human Capitalism ; Eight: What Lies Ahead
Pages: VII, 136 S.
ISBN: 978-0-691-15732-0
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Lectures on behavioral macroeconomics (2012)
Princeton [u.a.] : Princeton University Press
Call number: PIK B 100-15-0127
Location: PIK
Branch Library: PIK Library
Keywords: Verhaltensökonomie ; Makroökonomie
Notes: Contents: 1 A Behavioral Macroeconomic Model ; 2 The Transmission of Shocks ; 3 Trade-offs between Output and Inflation Variability ; 4 Flexibility, Animal Spirits, and Stabilization ; 5 Animal Spirits and the Nature of Macroeconomic Shocks ; 6 Stock Prices and Monetary Policy ; 7 Extensions of the Basic Model ; 8 Empirical Issues
Pages: VIII, 136 S. : graph. Darst.
ISBN: 978-0-691-14739-0
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The butterfly defect : how globalization creates systemic risks, and what to do about it (2014)
Princeton [u.a.] : Princeton University Press
Call number: PIK D 024-15-0125
Location: PIK
Branch Library: PIK Library
Keywords: Risk management ; Crisis management ; Globalization ; Risikomanagement ; Risiko ; Krisenmanagement ; Krise ; Globalisierung ; Systemrisiko ; Risikomanagement
Notes: Contents: Introduction ; 1 Globalization and Risk in the Twenty-First Century ; 2 The Financial Sector ; 3 Supply Chain Risks ; 4 Infrastructure Risks ; 5 Ecological Risks ; 6 Pandemics and Health Risks ; 7 Inequality and Social Risks ; 8 Managing Systemic Risk
Pages: XX, 296 S. : Ill., graph. Darst., Kt.
ISBN: 978-0-691-15470-1
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The mystery of the invisible hand : a Henry Spearman mystery (2014)
Princeton [u.a.] : Princeton University Press
Call number: PIK B 100-15-0129
Location: PIK
Branch Library: PIK Library
Notes: Contents: 1 Spearman Meets the King ; 2 A Nobel Invitation ; 3 No Coase for Concern ; 4 Investigation of a Theft ; 5 Visiting Professor ; 6 West to Texas ; 7 An All-Nighter ; 8 The Artist Has a Visitor ; 9 The Scene of the Crime ; 10 Spearman Gets the News ; 11 The Academical Village ; 12 Dining Protocol in the Academy ; 13 A Doctor's House Call ; 14 A Conference of Detectives ; 15 Art and Economics ; 16 It All Began with Adam... ; 17 Office Hours: In Three Acts ; 18 The Hiring Squad ; 19 Surprise at Sotheby's ; 20 Trip to the Travis ; 21 Class Action ; 22 An Artist's Eulogy ; 23 Lost & Found ; 24 An Arresting Development ; 25 The Death Effect ; 26 The Bell Curve ; 27 A Late Night Visit ; 28 Doing Good by Doing Well
Pages: VIII, 342 S.
ISBN: 978-0-691-16313-0
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Why gender matters in economics (2014)
Princeton [u.a.] : Princeton University Press
Call number: PIK B 050-15-0124
Location: PIK
Branch Library: PIK Library
Keywords: Women ; Economic conditions ; Employment ; Social conditions ; Women in development
Notes: Contents: Chapter 1. Introduction ; Module 1 - Fundamental Matters ; Chapter 2. Do Women and Men Behave Differently in Economic Situations? ; Chapter 3. What Determines the Balance of Power in a Household? ; Module 2 - Gender in Markets ; Chapter 4. Are Women Discriminated Against in the Labor Market? ; Chapter 5. How Do Credit Markets Affect the Well-being of Women? ; Chapter 6. What Are the Effects of Globalization on Women? ; Module 3 - Marriage and Fertility ; Chapter 7. How Do Women Fare in the Institution of Marriage? ; Chapter 8. Why Are Women the Causes and the Victims of Fertility Decline? ; Chapter 9. How Do Women Benefit from Improved Access to Birth Control? ; Module 4 - Empowering Women ; Chapter 10. How Did Women Gain Suffrage, and What Are Its Economic Effects? ; Chapter 11. How Can Women Be Empowered?
Pages: XII, 392 S. : graph. Darst.
ISBN: 978-0-691-12173-4
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Mastering 'metrics : the path from cause to effect (2015)
Princeton [u.a.] : Princeton University Press
Call number: PIK B 020-15-0120
Location: PIK
Branch Library: PIK Library
Keywords: Economics ; Political Science ; Ökonometrie ; Econometrics
Notes: Contents: Introduction ; 1 Randomized Trials ; 1.1 In Sickness and in Health (Insurance) ; 1.2 The Oregon Trail ; 2 Regression ; 2.1 A Tale of Two Colleges ; 2.2 Make Me a Match, Run Me a Regression ; 2.3 Ceteris Paribus? ; 3 Instrumental Variables ; 3.1 The Charter Conundrum ; 3.2 Abuse Busters ; 3.3 The Population Bomb ; 4 Regression Discontinuity Designs ; 4.1 Birthdays and Funerals ; 4.2 The Elite Illusion ; 5 Differences-in-Differences ; 5.1 A Mississippi Experiment ; 5.2 Drink, Drank, . . . ; 6 The Wages of Schooling ; 6.1 Schooling, Experience, and Earnings ; 6.2 Twins Double the Fun ; 6.3 Econometricians Are Known by Their . . . Instruments ; 6.4 Rustling Sheepskin in the Lone Star State ; Appendix: Bias from Measurement Error
Pages: XV, 282 S. : Ill., graph. Darst.
ISBN: 978-0-691-15284-4
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Getting incentives right : improving torts, contracts, and restitution (2014)
Princeton [u.a.] : Princeton University Press
Call number: PIK B 030-15-0122
Location: PIK
Branch Library: PIK Library
Keywords: Law ; Economics ; Liability (Law) ; United States ; Negligence ; Torts ; Contracts ; Compensation (Law) ; Restitution
Notes: Contents: Introduction ; I. Torts and Misalignments ; 1. Prices, Sanctions, and Discontinuities ; 2. The Injurer's Self-Risk Puzzle ; 3. Negligence Per Se and Unaccounted Risks ; 4. Lapses and Substitution ; 5. Total Liability for Excessive Harm ; II. Contracts and Victims' Incentives ; 6. Unity in the Law of Torts and Contracts ; 7. Anti-Insurance ; 8. Decreasing Liability Contracts and the Assistant Interest ; III. Restitution and Positive Externalities ; 9. A Public Goods Theory of Restitution ; 10. Liability Externalities and Mandatory Choices ; 11. The Relationship between Nonlegal Sanctions and Damages ; Conclusion
Pages: 232 S. : graph. Darst.
ISBN: 978-0-691-15159-5
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Solomon's knot : how law can end the poverty of nations (2013)
Princeton [u.a.] : Princeton University Press
Call number: PIK B 160-15-0123
Location: PIK
Branch Library: PIK Library
Keywords: Law ; Economics ; Finance
Notes: Contents: Chapter 1: It's about the Economy ; Chapter 2: The Economic Future of the World ; Chapter 3: The Double Trust Dilemma of Development ; Chapter 4: Make or Take ; Chapter 5: The Property Principle for Innovation ; Chapter 6: Keeping What You Make--Property Law ; Chapter 7: Doing What You Say--Contracts ; Chapter 8: Giving Credit to Credit--Finance and Banking ; Chapter 9: Financing Secrets--Corporations ; Chapter 10: Hold or Fold--Financial Distress ; Chapter 11: Termites in the Foundation--Corruption ; Chapter 12:Poverty Is Dangerous--Accidents and Liability ; Chapter 13: Academic Scribblers and Defunct Economists ; Chapter 14: How the Many Overcome the Few ; Chapter 15: Legalize Freedom--Conclusion
Pages: XIV, 325 S. : graph. Darst.
Edition: 3. print., 1. paperback print.
ISBN: 978-0-691-15971-3
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The globalization of inequality (2015)
Princeton [u.a.] : Princeton University Press
Call number: PIK D 024-15-0121
Location: PIK
Branch Library: PIK Library
Keywords: Economics ; Political Science
Notes: Contents: Introduction: Globalization and Inequality ; Chapter 1 Global Inequality ; Appendix to Chapter 1 Detailed Evidence on the Recent Changes in Global Inequality ; Chapter 2 Are Countries Becoming More Unequal? ; Chapter 3 Globalization and the Forces behind the Rise in Inequality ; Chapter 4 Toward a Fair Globalization: Prospects and Principles ; Chapter 5 Which Policies for a Fairer Globalization? ; Conclusion Globalizing Equality?
Pages: 210 S. : graph. Darst.
ISBN: 978-0-691-16052-8
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National climate change adaptation : emerging practices in monitoring and evaluation (2015)
Paris : OECD
Call number: PIK N 071-15-0117
Location: PIK
Branch Library: PIK Library
Notes: Contents: Executive summary ; Part I. Ensuring effective adaptation to climate change ; Chapter 1. Assessing national climate change adaptation ; Chapter 2. Effective monitoring and evaluation of climate change adaptation ; Chapter 3. National tools for monitoring and evaluation of climate change adaptation ; Part II. Emerging country indicators to monitor and evaluate adaptation ; Chapter 4. Proposed indicators for Kenya's Climate Change Action Plan ; Chapter 5. Goals and outcomes in the Philippines' Climate Change Action Plan ; Chapter 6. Indicators used to evaluate adaptation in the United Kingdom ; Chapter 7. Proposed indicators for monitoring the German adaptation strategy ; Chapter 8. Australia's proposed Climate Adaptation Assessment Framework ; Chapter 9. Measures and actions in France's national adaptation plan
Pages: 97 S.
ISBN: 978-92-64-22966-2
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Material resources, productivity and the environment (2015)
Paris : OECD
Call number: PIK B 160-15-0115
Location: PIK
Branch Library: PIK Library
Notes: Contents: Executive summary ; PART I: THE MATERIAL BASIS OF THE ECONOMY AND RESOURCE PRODUCTIVITY ; Chapter 1. Natural resources: The material basis of the economy ; Chapter 2. An evolving economic context and new environmental challenges ; Chapter 3. Sustainable resource use and resource productivity ; Chapter 4. The material basis of the global economy ; Chapter 5. The material basis of OECD economies ; PART II: KEY MATERIAL RESOURCES FACTSHEETS ; Aluminium factsheet ; Copper factsheet ; Iron and steel factsheet ; Paper factsheet ; Phosphorus factsheet ; Rare earth elements factsheet
Pages: 171 S. : Ill., graph. Darst.
ISBN: 978-92-64-19049-8
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Policy guidance for investment in clean energy infrastructure : expanding access to clean energy for green growth and development (2015)
Paris : OECD
Call number: PIK N 071-15-0118
Location: PIK
Branch Library: PIK Library
Notes: Contents: Executive summary ; Introduction ; 1. Investment policy ; 2. Investment promotion and facilitation ; 3. Competition policy ; 4. Financial market policy ; 5. Public governance ; 6. Other policies and cross-cutting issues ; Annex A: The Policy Framework for Investment ; Annex B: The Green Investment Policy Framework
Pages: 112 S. : graph. Darst.
ISBN: 978-92-64-21265-7
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Measuring the digital economy : a new perspective (2014)
Paris : OECD
Call number: PIK B 160-15-0116
Location: PIK
Branch Library: PIK Library
Notes: Contents: Executive summary ; A Measurement Agenda for the Digital Economy ; Chapter 1. The Ditigal Economy Today ; Chapter 2. Investing in Smart Infrastructure ; Chapter 3. Empowering Society ; Chapter 4. Unleashing Innovation ; Chapter 5. Delivering Growth and Jobs ; Data sources
Pages: 156 S. : graph. Darst.
ISBN: 978-92-64-21130-8
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Economic policy reforms 2015 : going for growth (2015)
Paris : OECD
Call number: PIK B 160-15-0119
Location: PIK
Branch Library: PIK Library
Notes: Contents: Executive summary ; Chapter 1. Taking stock of reform action and identifying priorities in 2015 ; Chapter 2. The effect of pro-growth structural reforms on income inequality ; Chapter 3. Pro-growth structural reforms, the environment and environmental policies ; Chapter 4. Going for Growth ten years after: Taking a longer perspective on reform action ; Chapter 5. Country notes ; Chapter 6. Structural policy indicators
Pages: 339 S. : graph. Darst.
Edition: Franz. Ausg. u.d.T.: Réformes économiques
ISBN: 978-92-64-22044-7
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Climate change, water and agriculture : towards resilient systems (2014)
Paris : OECD
Call number: PIK W 011-15-0113
Location: PIK
Branch Library: PIK Library
Notes: Contents: Executive summary ; Chapter 1. Impacts of climate change on the water cycle and implications for agricultur ; Chapter 2. Climate change adaptation and mitigation strategies for agricultural water management ; Chapter 3. Conclusion and key policy implications ; Annex A. Linkages between climate change, water and agricultural production ; Annex B. Trends in temperature anomalies ; Annex C. A review of the water resource and water quality implications of selected mitigation practices
Pages: 99 S. : graph. Darst.
ISBN: 978-92-64-20912-1
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Mapping channels to mobilise institutional investment in sustainable energy (2014)
Paris : OECD
Call number: PIK P 113-15-0114
Location: PIK
Branch Library: PIK Library
Notes: Contents: Executive summary ; Chapter 1. An integrated overview of channels and approaches for mobilising institutional investment in sustainable energy ; Chapter 2. The role of institutional investors in financing sustainable energy infrastructure ; Chapter 3. Towards a framework for understanding investment channels ; Chapter 4. A stocktaking of risk mitigants and transaction enablers for sustainable energy investment ; Chapter 5. Mobilising institutional investment in sustainable energy: Recommendations for policy makers
Pages: 142 S. : graph. Darst.
ISBN: 978-92-64-22457-5
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Unternehmensportale und Intranet : konzipieren, realisieren, betreiben (2014)
Norderstedt : Books on Demand
Call number: M 15.0232
Location: Building A17
Branch Library: GFZ Library
Notes: Unternehmensportale, insbesondere Mitarbeiterportale und Intranet, sind als Infra-strukturkomponente in Unternehmen nicht mehr wegzudenken. Portal-Projekte gehören zu den schwierigeren Themen, da sie eine große Bandbreite an interdisziplinärem Wissen und die Mitarbeit vieler Unternehmensbereiche erfordern. Das Buch stellt ein Vorgehensmodell für die Umsetzung von Portalen vor.Es vermittelt darüber hinaus Grundlagen-wissen in den Bereichen Portal- und Content-Management, Portal Engineering, Integration in die betriebliche Infrastruktur, Usability, Redaktion, Einführung und Betrieb.
Pages: 250 S. : Ill., graph. Darst.
Edition: 3. überarb. Aufl.
ISBN: 978-3-7322-9241-7
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Permafrosthügel in Norwegisch und Schwedisch Lappland im Klimawandel (2015)
Hamburg : Inst. für Geographie
Call number: AWI G3-15-0046
Location: AWI
Branch Library: AWI Library
Keywords: Dauerfrostboden ; Periglazialgeomorphologie ; Landschaftsentwicklung ; Klimaänderung ; Lappland ; Norwegen ; Schweden
Notes: Inhaltsverzeichnis: Vorwort. - Inhaltsverzeichnis. - Zusammenfassung. - Summary. - 1. Einführung. - 2. Problemstellung. - 3. Arbeitsgebiete. - 3.1. Norwegische Finnmark (Finnmarksküste und Finnmarksvidda). - 3.1.1. Karlebotn - Varangerbotn. - 3.1.2. Bugöyfjord - Neiden. - 3.1.3. Skallelv - Komagelv. - 3.1.4. Lakselv -Kistrand. - 3.1.5. Börselv. - 3.1.6. Sennaland. - 3.1.7. Gargia - Grönåsen. - 3.1.8. Corgosjokka. - 3.1.9. Bidjovagge - Stuorajavri. - 3.1.10. Vuoddasjåkka - Cuovdatmåkki. - 3.2. Schwedisches Hochgebirge (Skanden und östliches Vorland). - 3.2.1. Abisko - Björkliden. - 3.2.2. Staloluokta (Padjelanta). - 3.2.3. Råstojaure - Kilpisjärvi. - 3.2.4. Tavvavuoma-Pulsujärvi. - 4. Permafrosthügel-Morphodynamik. - 4.1. Palsas (Segregationseishügel). - 4.1.1. Verbreitung. - 4.1.2. Bauplan. - 4.1.3. Aggradation und Degradation. - 4.1.4. Entwicklungsverlauf. - 4.2. Pingoähnliche Hügel (Injektionseishügel). - 4.2.1. Verbreitung. - 4.2.2. Bauplan. - 4.2.3. Aggradation und Degradation. - 4.2.4. Entwicklungsverlauf. - 4.3. Mehrjährige Frostblister (Injektionseishügel). - 4.3.1. Verbreitung. - 4.3.2. Bauplan. - 4.3.3. Aggradation und Degradation. - 4.3.4. Entwicklungsverlauf. - 5. Kontrollfaktoren der Permafrosthügel-Verbreitung. - 5.1. Klima. - 5.2. Substrat. - 5.3. Relief und Gewässer. - 5.4. Vegetation. - 6. Altersstellung der Permafrosthügel. - 7. Permafrosthügel-Klassifikation und -Terminologie. - 8. Permafrosthügel als Klimaindikatoren. - 9. Schlussfolgerungen und Ausblick. - 10. Literaturverzeichnis. - 11. Kartenverzeichnis. - 11.1. Quartärgeologische Karten. - 11.2. Topographische Karten. - 12. Luftbild- und Satellitenbild-Verzeichnis. - 12.1. Luftbilder von Finnmark (NORSK LUFTFOTO OG FJERNMÅLING). - 12.2. Luftbilder von Norrbotten. - 12.3. Satellitenbilder von Finnmark und Norrbotten. - Anhang (CD) 1. Klimakurven 2. Klimatabellen & Vegetationstabellen (Stetigkeitstabellen)
Pages: XI, 254 S. : Ill., graph. Darst., Kt. + 1 CD-ROM
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Discovering statistics using R (2012)
Los Angeles, Calif. [u.a.] : Sage Publ.
Call number: M 15.0254
Location: Building A17, Reading Room, 19 / Mathematics
Branch Library: GFZ Library
Keywords: Mathematik ; Statistik
Notes: The R version of Andy Field's hugely popular Discovering Statistics Using SPSS takes students on a journey of statistical discovery using the freeware R a free, flexible and dynamically changing software tool for data analysis that is becoming increasingly popular across the social and behavioural sciences. Hot on the heals of the award-winning and best selling Discovering Statistics Using SPSS, Third Edition, Andy Field has teamed up with Jeremy Miles (co-author of Discovering Statistics Using SAS) to write Discovering Statistics Using R. Keeping the uniquely humorous and self-depreciating style that has made students across the world fall in love with Andy Field's books, Discovering Statistics Using R takes students on a journey of statistical discovery using the freeware R, a free, flexible and dynamically changing software tool for data analysis that is becoming increasingly popular across the social and behavioural sciences throughout the world. The journey begins by explaining basic statistical and research concepts before a guided tour of the R software environment. Next the importance of exploring and graphing data will be discovered, before moving onto statistical tests that are the foundations of the rest of the book (for e.g. correlation and regression). Readers will then stride confidently into intermediate level analyses such as ANOVA, before ending their journey with advanced techniques such as MANOVA and multilevel models.Although there is enough theory to help the reader gain the necessary conceptual understanding of what they're doing, the emphasis is on applying what's learned to playful and real-world examples that should make the experience more fun than expected. Like its sister textbooks, Discovering Statistics Using R is written in an irreverent style and follows the same ground-breaking structure and pedagogical approach. The core material is augmented by a cast of characters to help the reader on their way, hundreds of examples, self-assessment tests to consolidate knowledge, and additional website material for those wanting to learn more (at www.sagepub.co.uk/fieldandmilesR). Given this book's accessibility, fun spirit, and use of bizarre real-world research it should be essential for anyone wanting to learn about statistics using the freely-available R software.
Additional Material: zahlr. Ill., graph. Darst.
Pages: XXXIV, 957 S. : Ill., graph. Darst.
Edition: 1. publ., reprint
ISBN: 978-1-4462-0046-9
Classification: Mathematics
DDC: 300.15195
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INTERACT : management planning for arctic and northern alpine research stations ; examples of good practices (2014)
[s.l.] : Aarhus University, DCE - Danish Centre for Environment and Energy
Call number: AWI P5-15-0036
Location: AWI
Branch Library: AWI Library
Keywords: Arktis
Notes: CONTENTS: PREFACE. - INTERACT PARTNER STATIONS AND INTERACT OBSERVER STATIONS. - ABOUT INTERACT. - INTRODUCTION. - 1 Management planning. - 1.1Introduction to management planning. - 1.2 Master Plan/Strategic Plan and other management planning documents. - 1.2.1Vision and mission statements. - 1.2.2 Conceptual framework for the station. - 1.2.3 Terms of Reference (ToR) for station operations. - 1.2.4Strategy, including Programme and Implementation Plan. - 1.3 Other plans and regulations. - 1.3.1Land Use Plan. - 1.3.2Facility Plan. - 1.3.3 Business Plan / Financial Plan. - 1.3.4 Other relevant plans. - 1.3.5 Policies. - 1.3.6 Description of procedures, rules and recommendations. - 1.4Check lists. - 31.4.1Application handling - check list. - 1.4.2 Visitor information - check list. - 1.4.3 Emergency operations - check lists. - 1.4.6Inventories - check lists. - Key considerations. - Examples. - 2 Policies. - 2.1Introduction. - 2.2 Examples of types of policies. - Key considerations. - Examples. - 3 Staff. - 3.1Organisation, roles and responsibilities. - 3.2 Attracting and keeping good staff. - Key considerations. - Station examples. - 4 Visitors. - 4.1Introduction. - 4.2 Pre-visit phase (application phase). - 4.2.1Communication with potential applicants. - 4.2.2 Important information that can be included in information documents to visitors. - 4.3 Visit phase. - 4.3.1Communication with visitors at the station. - 4.3.2Creating a good work environment at the station. - 4.3.3 Conflict mitigation and mental health problems. - 4.4 Post-visit phase. - Key considerations. - Examples. - Station examples. - 5 Permit issues. - 5.1Introduction. - 5.2 National/regional/local legislation and permits. - 5.3 Communication with authorities and local communities. - 5.4 Application procedures and forms for station access. - 5.4.1Application guidelines for applicants. - 5.4.2 Application handling procedures for station management. - 5.4.3 Application form. - 5.4.4 Permit or user agreement. - 5.5 Communication with applicants. - 5.6 GIS based project management tool developed under INTERACT. - 5.6.1System specification. - 5.6.2Migration - inclusion of additional stations. - 5.6.3 Research on environmental informatics. - 5.6.4Typical development and implementation procedures. - Key considerations. - Examples. - 6Health and safety. - 6.1Introduction. - 6.2 Health and safety policies. - 6.2.1 Health policy - required health status for access to station. - 6.2.2 Under-aged, senior and family policy. - 6.2.3 Insurance policy and disclaimer. - 6.3 Important risks and mitigation measures. - 6.3.1Risk assessment. - 6.3.2Transport - risks and mitigation measures. - 6.3.3 Field work - risks and mitigation measures. - 6.3.4 At station - risks and mitigation measures. - 6.4 Emergency preparedness. - 6.5 Medical facilities. - 6.6 Health and safety training. - Key considerations. - Examples. - Station examples. - 7 Environmental impact. - 7.1Introduction. - 7.2 Legislation and standards. - 7.3 Environmental Impact Assessment. - 7.4 Limiting environmental impacts. - 7.5 Eco-policies. - Key considerations. - 8 Outreach and marketing. - 8.1Introduction. - 8.2 Stakeholders and marketing/outreach mechanisms. - 8.2.1Stakeholder groups - marketing. - 8.2.2Stakeholder groups - outreach. - 8.2.3 Marketing and outreach mechanisms. - 8.3 Developing a marketing and outreach strategy (or a communication strategy). - 8.4 Local involvement/Citizen Science. - Key considerations. - Examples. - Station examples. - 9 Research and monitoring. - 9.1Introduction. - 9.2 Organisational set-up of science and logistics functions. - 9.3 Research and monitoring strategy and working programme. - 9.4 International scientific networks and organisations with an arctic focus. - 9.4.1Arctic Council. - 9.4.2 Multi-disciplinary international organisations and projects. - 9.4.3 Single discipline/parameters networks. - 9.5 International assessments and strategies of relevance to development of science/monitoring strategies. - Key considerations. - Station examples. - 10 Training and education. - 10.1Introduction. - 10.2 Training. - 10.3 Education. - Key considerations. - Examples. - Station examples. - 11Knowledge capture and data management. - 11.1Introduction. - 11.2 Operational data for station management. - 11.3 Research data management. - 11.3.1Introduction to metadata and DOI. - 11.3.2 Data discovery and data publication. - 11.3.3 Data policies. - 11.4 Data-related outreach and education. - 11.5 Formulation of a 'Data Management Plan'. - Key considerations. - APPENDICES. - Appendices, Chapter 1 Management planning. - 1.1 Land Use Plan - Kings Bay logistics company, Svalbard. - 1.2 User information check list - Toolik Field Station, Alaska, USA. - Appendices, Chapter 2 Policies (station examples). - 2.1a Environmental policy - NERC Arctic Research Station, Ny-Ålesund, Svalbard. - 2.1b Environmental policy - Sverdrup Station, Ny-Ålesund, Svalbard. - 2.2a Ethics policy - NERC Arctic Research Station, Ny-Ålesund, Svalbard. - 2.2b Ethics policy; alcohol and drugs policy - Sverdrup Station, Ny-Ålesund, Svalbard. - 2.2c Ethics policy; alcohol and drugs policy - Toolik Field Station, Alaska, USA. - 2.3 Extreme weather/winter operation policy - Toolik Field Station, Alaska, USA. - 2.4a Health and safety policy - NERC Arctic Research Station, Ny-Ålesund, Svalbard. - 2.4b Health and safety policy - Sverdrup Station, Ny-Ålesund, Svalbard. - 2.5 Information policy (data and publication sharing policy) - NERC Arctic Research Station, Ny-Ålesund, Svalbard. - 2.6 Sponsorship policy - NERC Arctic Research Station, Ny-Ålesund, Svalbard. - 2.7 Staff policy - Sverdrup Station, Ny-Ålesund, Svalbard. - 2.8a Transport; snow machine/snowmobile use policy - Barrow Arctic Research Center/Barrow Environmental Observatory, Alaska, USA.. - 2.8b Transport; snow machine/snowmobile use policy - Toolik Field Station, Alaska, USA. - 2.9 Under-aged and family policy - Toolik Field Station, Alaska, USA. - Appendices, Chapter 4 Visitors. - 4.1User guide - Sermilik Research Station, Greenland. - 4.2 Permit issues - FINSE Alpine Research Center, Norway. - 4.3 Visitor information - Kolari Research Unit, Finland. - 4.4 Visitor information - Abisko Scientific Research Station, Sweden. - Appendices, Chapter 5 Permit issues. - 5.1 Application form - Abisko Scientific Research Station, Sweden. - 5.2 Application form for protected areas - Metsähallitus, Finland. - 5.3 Application form - Finse Alpine Research Center, Norway. - 5.4Application form - Zackenberg Research Station, Greenland. - 5.5 Generalised application form based on best practice examples. - Appendices, Chapter 6 Health and safety. - 6.1Insurance statement, independent groups - Government of Greenland. - 6.2 Insurance statement, self-insured institutions - Government of Greenland. - 6.3 Risk assessment - Sermilik Research Station, Greenland. - 6.4 Declaration of indemnity - Samoylov Research Station/AWI, Russia/Germany. - Appendices, Chapter 7 Environmental management. - 7.1Example of generalised contents from Environmental Impact Assessment. - 7.2 EIA Screening Checklist with thought example (in grey text) - EU. - 7.3 Environmental impact and mitigation measures for research station operations. - Appendices, Chapter 9 Research and monitoring. - 9.1Example of research and monitoring strategy and working programme contents - Greenland Ecosystem Monitoring. - 9.2 Example of monitored variables - Abisko Scientific Research Station, Sweden. - Appendices, Chapter 11 Knowledge capture and data management. - 11.1 Development of local data capture and storing mechanism. - INDEX.
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Edition: 1st ed.
ISBN: 978-87-93129-09-2
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Patentrecherche und Internet (2013)
Köln : Heymann
Call number: AWI S5-15-0035
Location: AWI
Branch Library: AWI Library
Keywords: Patent ; Literaturrecherche ; Internet
Notes: Inhaltsverzeichnis: Vorwort. - Inhaltsverzeichnis. - Abkürzungsverzeichnis. - 1 Was Sie als erfolgreicher Patentrechercheur über Patente wissen sollten. - 1.1 Wozu braucht man Patente?. - 1.2 Wie bekommt man ein Patent?. - 1.3 Welche Anmeldemöglichkeiten gibt es?. - 1.3.1 Der nationale Weg zum Patent - Anmelden beim Deutschen Patent- und Markenamt (DPMA). - 1.3.2 Der europäische Weg zum Patent - Anmelden beim Europäischen Patentamt. - 1.3.3 Der internationale Weg zum Patent - Anmelden über die Verträge nach Kapitel I und II PCT (Patent Cooperation Treaty). - 1.4 Was bedeutet "Priorität"?. - 1.5 Was kann man gegen bestehende Patente und Anmeldungen anderer tun?. - 1.5.1 Einwendungen Dritter - Stellen des Prüfungsantrags. - 1.5.2 Einspruch. - 1.5.3 Das Nichtigkeitsverfahren. - 1.5.4 Gerichtliche Zuständigkeit für einheitliche Patente. - 1.6 Wie sind Anmelde- bzw. Patentnummern aufgebaut? Was bedeuten die Abkürzungen und Codes, die man im Patentwesen häufig antrifft?. - 1.6.1 Spezielle Abkürzungen und Codes: Aktenzeichen, Anmelde-, Offenlegungs-, Veröffentlichungs- oder Publikations- und Patentnummern. - 1.6.2 Spezielle Abkürzungen und Codes - Referenznummern von Patentpublikationen. - 1.6.3 Spezielle Abkürzungen und Codes - Buchstabencodes von Recherchenberichten. - 2 Was Sie als Patentexperte über die Patentrecherche wissen sollten. - 2.1 Wie wird heute recherchiert?. - 2.2 Was ist eine Datenbank, wie ist sie aufgebaut?. - 2.3 Welche Arten von Patentdatenbanken gibt es?. - 2.3.1 Bibliografische Datenbanken. - 2.3.2 Zusammenfassungsdatenbanken (Abstractdatenbanken). - 2.3.3 Volltextdatenbanken. - 2.3.4 Faksimiledatenbanken. - 2.4 Welche Sprache versteht meine Datenbank?. - 2.5 Was sind Operatoren? - ein wenig Algebra muss sein. - 3 Recherchenwerkzeuge für das Internet. - 3.1 Stichwortrecherche (Keywords). - 3.2 Klassifikation - was ist das?. - 3.2.1 Internationale Patentklassifikation (IPK, IPC). - 3.3 Was versteht man unter "reference-hunting" ("citing & cited documents")?. - 4 Wie sucht man nach patentrelevanten Informationen im Internet. - 4.1 Patentdatenbanken. - 4.1.1 Wonach kann in einer Patentdatenbank gesucht werden?. - 4.1.2 Klassifikationssysteme. - 4.1.2.1 Internationale Patentklassifikation. - 4.1.2.1.1 Aktualisierung der IPC. - 4.1.2.1.2 Wo finde ich weitere Informationen über die IPC?. - 4.1.2.2 Gemeinsame Patentklassifikation (CPC). - 4.1.2.2.1 Die Vorläufer ECLA und UCLA. - 4.1.2.2.2 Wo finde ich weitere Informationen zur CPC?. - 4.1.2.3 Japanische Patentklassifikation. - 4.1.2.3.1 FI-Terms. - 4.1.2.3.2 F-Terms. - 4.1.2.3.3 Weitere Informationen zu F-/FI-Terms. - 4.1.2.4 Wie finde ich die richtige Patentklassifikation?. - 4.1.2.5 Common Citation Document (CCD). - 4.1.2.6 Weitere Codes. - 4.2 Kommerzielle Anbieter. - 4.3 Suche nach Nicht-Patent Literatur. - 4.3.1 Internet-Suchmaschinen. - 4.3.1.1 Google. - 4.3.1.2 Google Patents. - 4.3.1.3 Meta - Suchmaschinen. - 4.3.2 Suche nach chemischen Verbindungen. - 4.3.2.1 Wie suche ich nach dem Namen einer chemischen Verbindung?. - 4.3.2.2 Wie sucht man nach der Summenformel einer chemischen Verbindung?. - 4.3.2.3 Wie sucht man nach Codes?. - 4.3.2.4 Wie sucht man nach Strukturformeln?. - 4.3.2.5 Wie sucht man nach physikalischen Parametern?. - 4.3.2.6 Wie sucht man nach DNA/RNA und Proteinen?. - 4.4 Publikationsdatum. - 4.4.1 Die Wayback Machine. - 5 Patentrecherche im Internet - die wichtigsten Datenbanken für eine erfolgreiche Suche. - 5.1 Die wichtigsten Datenbanken - die Top Adressen. - 5.1.1 Espacenet. - 5.1.2 USPTO Datenbank (Homepage des Patent- und Markenamts der Vereinigten Staaten von Amerika). - 5.1.3 Japanische Patentdatenbank. - 5.1.4 Internationale Patentanmeldungen. - 5.1.5 DEPATISnet. - 5.1.6 Chinesisches Patentamt. - 5.1.7 Koreanisches Patentamt. - 5.1.8 Übersicht über die Suchfelder einiger wichtiger Datenbanken. - 5.2 Datenbanken weiterer Patentämter. - 5.2.1 Australisches Patentamt. - 5.2.2 Eidgenössisches Institut für geistiges Eigentum. - 5.2.3 Indisches Patentamt. - 5.2.4 Kanadisches Patentamt. - 5.2.5 Neuseeländisches Amt für gewerbliches Eigentum. - 5.2.6 Österreichisches Patent-und Markenamt. - 5.2.7 Russische Föderation. - 5.2.8 Thailändisches Amt für Gewerblichen Rechtsschutz. - 5.2.9 In englischer Sprache recherchierbare Datenbanken nationaler Patentämter. - 5.2.9.1 Ägyptisches Patentamt. - 5.2.9.2 Eurasische Patentorganisation. - 5.2.9.3 Georgisches Patentamt. - 5.2.9.4 Hongkong, Amt für Gewerblichen Rechtsschutz. - 5.2.9.5 Malaysia, Amt für Gewerblichen Rechtschutz. - 5.2.9.6 Philippinen, Amt für Gewerblichen Rechtschutz. - 5.2.9.7 Moldavien, Amt für Gewerblichen Rechtschutz. - 5.2.9.8 Patentamt des Konzils Arabischer Golfstaaten. - 5.2.9.9 Singapur, Amt für Gewerblichen Rechtschutz. - 5.2.9.10 Taiwan, Amt für Gewerblichen Rechtsschutz. - 5.2.9.11 Liste weiterer Patentämter. - 5.3 Nicht - Patentdatenbanken. - 5.3.1 Patentgesetze. - 5.3.1.1 Amtsblatt des EPA. - 5.3.1.2 Deutsches Patentgesetz. - 5.3.1.3 Entscheidungen der Beschwerdekammern des EPA. - 5.3.1.4 Europäisches Patentübereinkommen 2000 (EPÜ 2000). - 5.3.1.5 Europäisches Patentübereinkommen 1973 (EPÜ 1973). - 5.3.2 Klassifikationen. - 5.3.2.1 Gemeinsame Patentklassifikation (CPC). - 5.3.2.2 Internationale Patentklassifikation. - 5.3.2.3 IPC-CPC-ECLA Konkordanztabelle. - 5.3.3 Technische Datenbanken. - 5.3.3.1 Biotechnologiedatenbanken. - 5.3.3.2 Brenda Enzymdatenbank. - 5.3.3.3 ChemBioFinder. - 5.3.3.4 ChemIDplus. - 5.3.3.5 Chemie.de. - 5.3.3.6 Chemsynthesis. - 5.3.3.7 CiteSeerX. - 5.3.3.8 Common Chemistry. - 5.3.3.9 Electronic Orange Book. - 5.3.3.10 Globalspec. - 5.3.3.11 Google Scholar. - 5.3.3.12 MatWeb. - 5.3.3.13 MEDLINE und medizinische Datenbanken. - 5.3.3.14 NIST. - 5.3.3.15 NIST Chemistry Webbook. - 5.3.3.16 Physik.de. - 5.3.3.17 Pubchem. - 5.3.3.18 Scirus. - 6 Strategien zur erfolgreichen Patentrecherche. - 6.1 Die Planung einer Patentrecherche. - 6.2 Die Grundstrategien. - 6.2.1 Was versteht man unter "brief search"?. - 6.2.2 Was versteht man unter Blockbildung ("block building")?. - 6.2.3 Was versteht man unter "successive-fractions"?. - 6.3 Von den Grundstrategien zur kompletten Patentrecherche. - 6.4 Wie lange soll man recherchieren?. - 6.5 Beispiele zur erfolgreichen Patentrecherche im Internet. - 7 Spezialrecherchen: erteilte Patente, Rechtsstand, Familienmitglieder und Akteneinsicht. - 7.1 Die Recherche nach erteilten Patenten. - 7.2 Ermittlung des Schutzrechtsportfolios von Mitbewerbern. - 7.3 Patentüberwachung. - 7.4 Recherche nach Familienmitgliedern. - 7.5 Akteneinsicht und Rechtsstandsabfragen. - 7.5.1 Rechtsstandsrecherche. - 7.5.1.1 INPADOC / Europäisches Patentamt. - 7.5.1.2 Eidgenössisches Institut für Geistiges Eigentum. - 7.5.1.3 Österreichisches Patent-und Markenamt . - 7.5.1.4 DPMAregister. - 7.5.2 Akteneinsicht. - 7.5.2.1 Europäisches Patentamt (EPA). - 7.5.2.2 United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO). - 7.5.2.3 Japanese Patent Office (JPO). - 7.5.2.4 Internationale (PCT) Anmeldungen. - 7-5.2.5 Chinesisches Patentamt (SIPO). - 7.5.2.6 Eidenössisches Institut für Geistiges Eigentum. - 7.5.2.7 Österreichisches Patent-und Markenamt. - 7.5.2.8 Deutsches Patent-und Markenamt (DPMA). - 8 Anhang. - 8.1 Datenbankabdeckung. - 8.1.1 Espacenet - weltweit. - 8.1.2 Datenbank des USPTO. - 8.1.3 Japanische Patentdatenbank. - 8.1.4 Internationale Patentanmeldungen. - 8.1.5 DEPATISnet. - 8.1.6 Koreanisches Patentamt. - 8.1.7 Chinesisches Patentamt. - 8.1.8 Australisches Patentamt. - 8.1.9 Eidgenössisches Institut für geistiges Eigentum. - 8.1.10 Indisches Patentamt. - 8.1.11 Kanadisches Patentamt. - 8.1.12 Russisches Patentamt. - 8.1.13 Thailändisches Patentamt. - 8.2 Stoppwortlisten. - 8.2.1 Espacenet. - 8.2.2 Datenbank des USPTO. - 8.2.3 Japanische Patentdatenbank. - 8.2.4 DEPATISnet. - 8.2.5 Australisches Patentamt. - 8.3 Glossar. - 8.4 Linkliste. - 8.5 Arbeitsblätter. - 8.5.1 Espacenet (Datenbank des Europäisches Patentamts). - 8.5.2 USPTO (Datenbank des US Patent- und Markenamts). - 8.5.3 PAJ (Datenbank des Japanischen Patentamts). - 8.5.4 Patentscope (Datenbank der WIPO). - 8.5.5 DEPATISnet (Datenbank des Deutschen Patent- und Markenamts). - 8.5.6 SIPO (Datenbank des Chinesischen Amts für Geistiges Eigentum). - 8.5.7 KIPO (Datenbank des Koreanischen Amts für Geistiges Eigentum). - Stichwortverzeichnis.
Pages: XIII, 227 S. : Ill., graph. Darst. ; 23 cm
Edition: 4. Aufl.
ISBN: 978-3-452-27913-2
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Russian forest dynamics and response to changing climate : a simulation study (2010)
[Charlottesville] : Univ. of Virginia
Call number: AWI Bio-15-0042
Location: AWI
Branch Library: AWI Library
Keywords: Klima ; Wald
Notes: Table of Contents: 1. Introduction. - 2. Evaluating sensitivity of Eurasian biomass to climate change using a dynamic vegetation model. - 2.1 Introduction. - 2.2 Methods. - 2.2.1 Model simulation across Eurasia. - 2.2.2 Validation of model output across new geographic area. - 2.2.3 Climate sensitivity analysis. - 2.3 Results and discussion. - 2.3.1 Validation of the model across new geographic area. - 2.3.2 Climate sensitivity analysis. - 2.4 Conclusion. - 2.5 References. - 3. Addition of new species and species range information to FAREAST gap model. - 3.1 Introduction. - 3.2 Methods. - 3.2.1 Parameterization for addition of new species. - 3.2.2 Range map creation for complete species list. - 3.3 References. - 4. Validation of the dynamic forest gap model FAREAST across Russia. - 4.1 Introduction. - 4.2 Methods. - 4.2.1 Validation of the model across Russia. - 4.3 Results and discussion. - 4.3.1 Validation of the model across Russia. - 4.4 Conclusion. - 4.5 References. - 5. Aboveground biomass across Russia for multiple age distributions. - 5.1 Introduction. - 5.2 Methods. - 5.2.1 Quantification of aboveground biomass. - 5.3 Results and discussion. - 5.3.1 Quantification of aboveground biomass. - 5.4 Conclusion. - 5.5 References. - 6. Sensitivity of Siberian Larch forests to climate change. - 6.1 Introduction. - 6.2 Methods. - 6.2.1 Model simulation across Siberia. - 6.2.2 Climate sensitivity analysis. - 6.3 Results and discussion. - 6.3.1 Model simulation across Siberia. - 6.3.2 Climate sensitivity analysis. - 6.3.2a Continental scale results. - 6.3.2b Regional and local scale results. - 6.4 Conclusion. - 6.5 References. - 7. Conclusion.
Pages: vii, 148 S. : Ill.
Dissertation note: Charlottesville, Univ., Diss., 2010
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TYPO3 Extbase : Moderne Extension-Entwicklung für TYPO3 CMS mit Extbase & Fluid (2014)
München : Open Source Press
Call number: M 15.0100
Location: Building A17, Reading Room, 18 / Information Technology
Branch Library: GFZ Library
Keywords: Datenverarbeitung
Pages: 340 S. : graph. Darst., Ill.
Edition: 1. Aufl.
ISBN: 978-3-95539-070-9
Classification: Informatics
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Big data, little data, no data : scholarship in the networked world (2015)
Cambridge, Mass. [u.a.] : MIT Press
Call number: M 15.0095
Location: Building A17
Branch Library: GFZ Library
Keywords: Wissenschaft ; Digitalisierung ; Datenaufbereitung
Notes: "Big Data" is on the covers of Science, Nature, the Economist, and Wired magazines, on the front pages of the Wall Street Journal and the New York Times. But despite the media hyperbole, as Christine Borgman points out in this examination of data and scholarly research, having the right data is usually better than having more data; little data can be just as valuable as big data. In many cases, there are no data -- because relevant data don't exist, cannot be found, or are not available. Moreover, data sharing is difficult, incentives to do so are minimal, and data practices vary widely across disciplines. Borgman, an often-cited authority on scholarly communication, argues that data have no value or meaning in isolation; they exist within a knowledge infrastructure -- an ecology of people, practices, technologies, institutions, material objects, and relationships.After laying out the premises of her investigation -- six "provocations" meant to inspire discussion about the uses of data in scholarship -- Borgman offers case studies of data practices in the sciences, the social sciences, and the humanities, and then considers the implications of her findings for scholarly practice and research policy. To manage and exploit data over the long term, Borgman argues, requires massive investment in knowledge infrastructures; at stake is the future of scholarship.
Additional Material: Ill.
Pages: xvi, 383 S.
ISBN: 978-0-262-02856-1
Classification: Informatics
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Biennial report: 2012-2013 (2014)
Potsdam : AIP
Call number: S 02.0307(2012-2013)
Location: Building A17, Reading Room, 3 / Scientific Institutions
Branch Library: GFZ Library
Pages: 145 S.
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Radionuklide in Grundwässern, Gesteinen und Bachsedimenten Österreichs (2014)
Wien : Geolog. Bundesanst.
Call number: K 15.0082
Location: Building A17
Branch Library: GFZ Library
Keywords: Österreich ; Gewässer ; Radionuklid ; Karte
Pages: 1 Kt. : mehrfarb. ; 114 x 59 cm, 18 x 27 cm gefaltet + Erl.-H. (109 S.) im Umschlag
ISBN: 978-3-85316-075-6
Scale: 1:500 000
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Geologische Karte der Republik Österreich/179.: Lienz (2013)
Call number: K 15.0080
Location: Building A17
Branch Library: GFZ Library
Pages: 1 Kt. : mehrfarb. ; 57 x 40 cm, gefaltet 12,5 x 221,5 cm in Hülle
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Geologische Karte der Republik Österreich/135.: Birkfeld (2014)
Call number: K 15.0081
Location: Building A17
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Pages: 1 Kt. : mehrfarb. ; 57 x 40 cm, gefaltet 12,5 x 21,5 cm
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Optical properties of diamond : a data handbook ; with 21 tables (2010)
Berlin [u.a.] : Springer
Call number: M 15.0093
Location: Building A17, Reading Room, 11 / Mineralogy, Crystallography, Petrology
Branch Library: GFZ Library
Keywords: Mineralogie
Pages: XVII, 502 S. : graph. Darst
Edition: [1., ed., softcover version of original hardcover ed. 2001]
ISBN: 978-3-642-08585-7
Classification: Mineralogy
DDC: 530
DDC: 549
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Semiannual technical summary: 1 January - 30 June 2014 (2014)
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Call number: S 99.0085(1-2014)
Location: Building A17
Branch Library: GFZ Library
Keywords: [209]Seismologie NORSAR
Pages: 63 S. : farb. Ill., graph. Darst., Kt.
Classification: Seismology
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Natur, Stein, Kultur, Wein : zwischen Saale und Unstrut (2014)
Halle (Saale) : Mitteldt. Verl
Call number: M 15.0056
Location: Building A17
Branch Library: GFZ Library
Keywords: Saale ; Untstrut ; Thüringen ; Regionale Geologie
Pages: 414 S. : zahlr. Ill., Kt.
ISBN: 978-3-95462-293-1
Classification: Regional Geology
DDC: 551
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Information visualization : an introduction (2014)
Cham [u.a.] : Springer
Call number: M 15.0071
Location: Building A17
Branch Library: GFZ Library
Keywords: Computergraphik ; Visualisierung ; Datenaufbereitung
Notes: Information visualization is the act of gaining insight into data, and is carried out by virtually everyone. It is usually facilitated by turning data - often a collection of numbers - into images that allow much easier comprehension.Everyone benefits from information visualization, whether internet shopping, investigating fraud or indulging an interest in art. So no assumptions are made about specialist background knowledge in, for example, computer science, mathematics, programming or human cognition. Indeed, the book is directed at two main audiences. One comprises first year students of any discipline. The other comprises graduates - again of any discipline - who are taking a one- or two-year course of training to be visual and interaction designers. By focusing on the activity of design the pedagogical approach adopted by the book is based on the view that the best way to learn about the subject is to do it, to be creative: not to prepare for the ubiquitous examination paper. The content of the book, and the associated exercises, are typically used to support five creative design exercises, the final one being a group project mirroring the activity of a consultancy undertaking a design (not an implementation) for a client. Engagement with the material of this book can have a variety of outcomes. The composer of a school newsletter and the applicant for a multi-million investment should both be able to convey their message more effectively, and the curator of an exhibition will have new presentational techniques on their palette. For those students training to be visual/interaction designers the exercises have led to original and stimulating outcomes.
Pages: XXI, 321 S. : Ill., graph. Darst.
Edition: 3rd ed.
ISBN: 978-3-319-07340-8
Classification: Informatics
DDC: 004
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Historische Gärten im Klimawandel : Empfehlungen zur Bewahrung; zur Internationalen Fachtagung "historische Gärten im Klimawandel" vom 4. bis 6. September 2014 im Potsdam- Sanssouci und dem Nikolaisaal Potsdam (2014)
Leipzig : Edition Leipzig
Call number: M 15.0033
Location: Building A17
Branch Library: GFZ Library
Keywords: Klima
Pages: 367 S. : farb. Ill. + graph. Darst.
ISBN: 978-3-361-00700-0
Classification: Meteorology and Climatology
DDC: 551.6
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Eiskalt vereint [Bildtonträger] : die letzte Antarktis-Expedition der DDR (2010)
[s.l.] : schmidtFilm
Call number: AWI NBM-15-0018
Location: AWI
Branch Library: AWI Library
Keywords: Expedition ; Antarktis
Pages: 1 Film (54 min) : Stereo, HDTV ; 12 cm
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Topoclimatic diversity in Forlandsundet region (NW Spitsbergen) in global warming conditions (2012)
Toruń : Oficyna Wydawnicza "Turpress"
Call number: AWI A4-15-0009
Location: AWI
Branch Library: AWI Library
Notes: Contents: Preface. - 1. Introduction. - 1.1. Research purpose. - 1.2. Research area and methodology. - 2. Atmospheric circulation and dynamic conditions. - 2.1. Atmospheric circulation. - 2.2. Atmospheric pressure. - 2.3. Wind. - 3. Radiation conditions. - 3.1. Cloud cover. - 3.2. Sunshine duration. - 3.3. Solar radiation. - 4. Thermal conditions. - 4.1. Ground temperature. - 4.2. Air temperature. - 5. Higric conditions. - 5.1. Relative air humidity. - 5.2. Precipitation. - 6. The influence of atmospheric circulation on temperature and humidity conditions. - 6.1. The influence of atmospheric circulation on temperature conditions. - 6.2. The influence of atmospheric circulation on humidity conditions. - 7. Comparison of meteorological conditions in the area of Forlandsundet in the summer seasons of 2010-2011 with meteorological conditions in the years of 1975-2011. - 7.1. Introduction. - 7.2. Kaffiøyra. - 7.3. Waldemar Glacier. - Appendixes.
Pages: 174 S. : Ill., graph. Darst., Kt.
ISBN: 978-83-89743-06-0
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Energy dilemmas of the Nordic region countries (2009)
Kielce : Scandinavium
Call number: AWI P5-15-0010
Location: AWI
Branch Library: AWI Library
Notes: Contents: Introduction. - List of abbreviations. - 1. Balance of energy as a contemporary challenge. - 1.1. Energy resources and needs. - 1.2. Natural gas balance at the beginning of 21st century. - 1.3. Economic and political conditions at the European gas market. - 1.4. European Union facing the problem of energy supplies. - 2. Energy security - Norden - Basic issues. - 2.1. Subject and scope of national energy security. - 2.2. Nordic countries in international life. - 2.3. Norden and the energy issues of the Baltic states. - 2.4. Nordic countries - European Union in the context of energy security. - 3. Basic elements of the energy balance in Norden states. - 3.1. The Republic of Iceland. - 3.2. The Kingdom of Denmark. - 3.3. The Kingdom of Sweden. - 3.4. The Republic of Finland. - 4. Position of the Kingdom of Norway. - 4.1. Norway as an oil and gas producer. - 4.2. Norway in the energy balance of the region. - 4.3. High North - strategy vision and plan of Norway. - 4.4. High North - relations with the Russian Federation in the field of energy. - 5. Energy and climate - directions of activities of countries from Nordic region. - 5.1. Activities concerning energy and environmental protection and climate changes. - 5.2. Research and development - overcoming negative relations between progress and environment degradation. - 5.3. Nordic states versus contemporary energy security challenges. - Conclusion. - Literature. - List of figures and tables.
Pages: 214 S. : graph. Darst.
Edition: 1. ed.
ISBN: 978-83-89714-37-4
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Call number: M 14.0264
Location: Building A17
Branch Library: GFZ Library
Keywords: Eisenherstellung ; Metall
Pages: 300 S. : Ill., graph. Darst., Kt.
ISBN: 978-2-35518-041-5
Classification: Archeaology
DDC: 930.1
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Abstracts CD : 6-9 April, Houston, TX, George R. Brown Convention Center (2014)
[Tulsa, Okla.]
Call number: NBM 14.0148
Pages: 1 CD-ROM
Classification: Petrophysics
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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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