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    Charlottesville, Va : University of Virginia Library
    Keywords: Conwell, Russell Herman,, 1843-1925. ; Success.
    ISBN: 0-585-22204-5
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    San Francisco : Morgan Kaufmann Publishers
    Keywords: Distributed artificial intelligence. ; Swarm intelligence. ; Systems engineering.
    Pages: xxvii, 512 p.
    ISBN: 0-585-44835-3
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    Hoboken, N.J : BiblioBytes
    Keywords: United States, Politics and government, 19th century. ; Democracy.
    ISBN: 0-585-04946-7
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    Hoboken, N.J : BiblioBytes
    Keywords: Courtship, Poetry. ; Scholars, Poetry. ; Slavery, Poetry. ; American poetry., lcsh
    ISBN: 0-585-04949-1
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    Louisville, Ky : Westminster John Knox Press
    Keywords: Feminist theology, Dictionaries.
    Pages: xxix, 351 p.
    Edition: 1st ed
    ISBN: 0-585-32873-0
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    Champaign, Ill : Project Gutenberg
    Keywords: Italy, Description and travel. ; Moosehead Lake (Me.) ; Lowell, James Russell,, 1819-1891, Diaries.
    ISBN: 0-585-00623-7
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    Champaign, Ill : Project Gutenberg
    Keywords: Lincoln, Abraham,, 1809-1865.
    ISBN: 0-585-00500-1
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    New York : Springer
    Call number: PIK N 531-19-92656
    Description / Table of Contents: In this book, plant biology is considered from the perspective of plants and their surrounding environment, including both biotic and abiotic interactions. The intended audience is undergraduate students in the middle or final phases of their programs of study. Topics are developed to provide a rudimentary understanding of how plant-environment interactions span multiple spatiotemporal scales, and how this rudimentary knowledge can be applied to understand the causes of ecosystem vulnerabilities in the face of global climate change and expansion of natural resource use by human societies. In all chapters connections are made from smaller to larger scales of ecological organization, providing a foundation for understanding plant ecology. Where relevant, environmental threats to ecological systems are identified and future research needs are discussed. As future generations take on the responsibility for managing ecosystem goods and services, one of the most effective resources that can be passed on is accumulated knowledge of how organisms, populations, species, communities and ecosystems function and interact across scales of organization. This book is intended to provide some of that knowledge, and hopefully provide those generations with the ability to avoid some of the catastrophic environmental mistakes that prior generations have made.--
    Type of Medium: Monograph available for loan
    Pages: XXIII, 659 Seiten , Illustrationen, Diagramme, Tabellen , 24 cm
    ISBN: 9781461475002
    Series Statement: The plant sciences 8
    Language: English
    Note: Contents: Plant-environment interactions across multiple scales -- Plant biodiversity and population dynamics -- Assembly of plant communities -- Plant pollination and dispersal -- Plant phenotypic expression in variable environments -- Evolutionary ecology of chemically mediated plant-insect interactions -- Plant-microbe interactions -- Patterns and controls of terrestrial primary production in a changing world -- Ecology of tropical rain forests -- Ecology of temperate forests -- Plants in deserts -- Plants in alpine environmnets -- Plants in arctic environments -- Grassland ecology -- Coastal wetland ecology and challenges for environmental management -- Near-coastal seagrass ecosystem -- Ecology of marine phytoplankton -- Plants in changing environmental conditions of the anthropocene -- Plant influences on atmospheric chemistry -- Biofuel development from cellulosic sources -- Plant ecology and sustainability science
    Branch Library: PIK Library
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    Keywords: stratosphere ; troposhere ; water vapour
    Description / Table of Contents: This scientific assessment has been carried out by the WCRP project on Stratospheric Processes and their Role in Climate (SPARC). The objective of the report is to critically review measurements of water vapour in the stratosphere and upper troposphere, in order to consolidate our knowledge and understanding of the distribution of water vapour and its variability on time scales ranging from the seasonal to the long-term inter-annual. Considering the fundamental role of water vapour in climate, and the scarcity of information concerning its distribution, variability and long-term evolution, the need for such an assessment was recognised by the SPARC Scientific Steering Group. The lack of knowledge on water vapour also leads to a large uncertainty in the prediction of climate change. One of the objectives of the assessment was therefore to support the Third IPCC Assessment Report on Climate Change due to be published in 2001. Great effort has been made to prepare the best data sets possible, to retrieve historical data sets, and to make them all available to the assessment team. This report contains an extensive description of the measurements and their associated uncertainties, an assessment of data quality based on comparison studies of the various data sets, and a description of the understanding of the distribution and variability of water vapour in the stratosphere and upper troposphere which ensues from the data. Finally, recommendations are made to ensure that the difficulties met during this work are overcome in order that the remaining uncertainties in our knowledge and understanding can be resolved. The preceding summary also appears in SPARC Newsletter number 16 (January 2001). The outline of the assessment was determined during an international workshop held at NCAR, Boulder, Colorado, USA, 26-28 August 1998. The drafts of the chapters were prepared in the following year and a number of new data sets were produced. The first draft report was examined by an international panel of reviewers both by mail peer review and at a meeting in Paris, France in January 2000. During the review meeting the responses to the mail review comments were proposed by the authors and discussed by the participants. This rigorous review greatly improved the report, the contribution of the reviewers being significant. A second draft report was reviewed by mail review in August 2000. The success in producing the Report is the result of the intensive work and enthusiastic cooperation of a large number of scientists world-wide who have worked towards improving the quality of the measurements and our understanding of the observations. The work of the contributors and reviewers was generously supported by many organisations and agencies including WMO, WCRP, SPARC, DG Research of the European Commission, NASA, NOAA, NCAR, CNRS, CNES, Forschungszentrum Jülich, Imperial College and other national research programmes and institutions. We take this opportunity to express our gratitude to all the scientists (authors, contributors and reviewers) who helped in the preparation of this assessment and to the SPARC scientific steering group who have been supportive since its inception. Our special gratitude is due to the lead authors of the chapters. Particular thanks must be given to: Petra Udelhofen at the SPARC Data Center for setting up the data archive, Sam Oltmans who organised the workshop at NCAR, Boulder, Colorado; Computational Physics Inc., for hosting the workshop in Washington D.C.; François Dulac from the CNES for hosting the review meeting in Paris, and Céline Phillips for her co-editorship. We also thank Marie-Christine Gaucher at the SPARC office for her help in the organisation of the review meeting in Paris and in the final editing of the report and Catherine Michaut at the SPARC office for her help in editing the second peerreview draft and the final draft of the report.
    Pages: Online-Ressource (XVIII, 312 Seiten)
    Language: English
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