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  • 1
    Monograph available for loan
    Monograph available for loan
    Frankfurt am Main [u.a.] : Campus
    Call number: PIK A 110-11-0339
    Description / Table of Contents: Contents: Einleitung ; Die Früchte der Neugier: Innovationskultur und Wissenschaftsförderung aus europäischer und amerikanischer Perspektive ; 1. Tradition und Modernisierung: Zur Geschichte des Wissenschaftsmäzenatentums ; Stiftung und Wissenschaft: Historische Argumente für eine Wahlverwandtschaft ; Private Wissenschaftsforderung im 19. und 20. Jahrhundert ; Frauen, Philanthropie und Wissenschaft ; 2. Prinzipien und Legitimität zivilgesellschaftlicher Wissenschaftsförderung ; Warum spenden wir? Zur Soziologie mäzenatischen Handelns ; Die Legitimität philanthropischer Stiftungen aus amerikanischer Sicht ; Zu einer neuen Philanthropie des 21. Jahrhunderts: Perspektiven für Förderstiftungen ; 3. Praxis von Fördermodellen und Befunde zu Stiftungsprofessuren ; Staatliche Ansätze zur zivilgesellschaftlichen Hochschulfinanzierung: Das Beispiel der »Matching Funds« ; Fremdkörper oder Innovatoren im System? Zur Entwicklung der Stiftungsprofessuren in Deutschland ; Stiftungsprofessuren im regionalen Kontext ; Abschlussdiskussion: Geschenkt? Chancen und Grenzen zivilgesellschaftlicher Wissenschaftsförderung ; Ziviles Engagement für die Wissenschaft: Ergebnisse und Ausblick
    Type of Medium: Monograph available for loan
    Pages: 206 S. : graph. Darst.
    ISBN: 9783593394831
    Branch Library: PIK Library
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  • 2
    Monograph available for loan
    Monograph available for loan
    Berlin : Akad.-Verl.
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    Call number: PIK D 022-12-0237
    In: Gegenworte
    Description / Table of Contents: Contents: Die Grenzen der Wissenschaft und des Wissens zeigen sich auf unterschiedliche Weise und auf zahlreichen Gebieten. Mit den Grenzziehungen der Wissenschaften setzt sich gegenwärtig vor allem die wissenschaftliche Politikberatung auseinander, denn hier treffen die Grenzverläufe verschiedenster Regionen zusammen und überschneiden einander: So tangiert die Wissenschaft etwa Bereiche der Politik, der Ökonomie und des Rechts sowie gesellschaftliche und individuelle Moralvorstellungen. Möglichkeiten und Hindernisse wissenschaftlicher Politikberatung erörtern Günter Stock, Peter Weingart, Jens Reich, Jürgen Kocka, Hans Joas, Jürgen Mittelstraß, Ortwin Renn und Christoph Möllers. Die historischen und aktuellen Grenzverläufe von Wissenschaftsdisziplinen erläutert Hans-Jörg Rheinberger im Gespräch mit Wolfert von Rahden. Sebastian Turner entwirft mit "Falling Walls" neue Strategien der Wissensvermittlung. Abbas Khider berichtet von seinen Grenzgängen zwischen Sprachen und Kulturen im Dialog mit Wolfert von Rahden. Heinrich Detering schreibt über Poesie und Wissen, Wilhelm Voßkamp über Bacons Utopie. Hans Richard Brittnacher nimmt den prothetischen Menschen unter die Lupe, und Hans-Jochen Luhmann nähert sich den Grenzen des Wissens in den Wirtschaftswissenschaften. Tom Holert erkundet die Grenzübergänge zwischen der Ethnologie und der bildenden Kunst. Silke Domasch sind vage Semantiken in der Bioethik-Debatte aufgefallen. Carsten Hucho stellt die Frage, wie man Forschung nachhaltiger bewerten kann. Markus Schnöpf weiß, was Robert Koch mit den Digital Humanities zu tun hat. Angela Spahr sieht den Nachbarn in der Literatur als Grenzfall. Viren als Waffen untersucht Kai Kupferschmidt. Dieter Simon betrachtet den Juristen als Grenzer. Bakterien-Bilder von Edgar Lissel sowie Einführung und Dokumentation runden das Heft ab.
    Type of Medium: Monograph available for loan
    Pages: 85 S. : Ill.
    Series Statement: Gegenworte 27.2012
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  • 3
    Publication Date: 2017-10-17
    Description: The Arctic atmospheric boundary layer (AABL) in the central Arctic was characterized by dropsonde, lidar, ice thickness and airborne in situ measurements during the international Polar Airborne Measurements and Arctic Regional Climate Model Simulation Project (PAMARCMiP) in April 2009. We discuss AABL observations in the lowermost 500 m above (A) open water, (B) sea ice with many open/refrozen leads (C) sea ice with few leads, and (D) closed sea ice with a front modifying the AABL. Above water, the AABL had near-neutral stratification and contained a high water vapor concentration. Above sea ice, a low AABL top, low near-surface temperatures, strong surface-based temperature inversions and an increase of moisture with altitude were observed. AABL properties and particle concentrations were modified by a frontal system, allowing vertical mixing with the free atmosphere. Above areas with many leads, the potential temperature decreased with height in the lowest 50 m and was nearly constant above, up to an altitude of 100–200 m, indicating vertical mixing. The increase of the backscatter coefficient towards the surface was high. Above sea ice with few refrozen leads, the stably stratified boundary layer extended up to 200–300 m altitude. It was characterized by low specific humidity and a smaller increase of the backscatter coefficient towards the surface.
    Repository Name: EPIC Alfred Wegener Institut
    Type: Article , NonPeerReviewed
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  • 4
    Publication Date: 2014-06-25
    Description: Magnetic anomaly identifications underpin plate tectonic reconstructions and form the primary dataset from which age of the oceanic lithosphere and seafloor spreading regimes in the ocean basins can be determined. Although these identifications are an invaluable resource, their usefulness to the wider scientific community has been limited due to the lack of a central community infrastructure to organize, host and update these interpretations. We have developed an open-source, community-driven online infrastructure as a repository for quality-checked magnetic anomaly identifications from all ocean basins. We provide a global sample dataset that comprises 96,733 individually picked magnetic anomaly identifications organized by ocean basin and publication reference, and provide accompanying Hellinger-format files, where available. Our infrastructure is designed to facilitate research in plate tectonic reconstructions or research that relies on an assessment of plate reconstructions, for both experts and non-experts alike. To further enhance the existing repository and strengthen its value, we encourage others in the community to contribute to this effort.
    Repository Name: EPIC Alfred Wegener Institut
    Type: Article , NonPeerReviewed
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  • 5
    Publication Date: 2016-01-04
    Description: Villarrica is one of the most active volcanoes in Chile and is presently characterized by continuous degassing, high-level seismicity and a persistent lava lake within its crater. Three stationary NOVAC-type scanning Mini-DOAS UV spectrometers for the quantification of SO2 fluxes were installed at the volcano in March 2009. Seismic stations used for this study include the OVDAS (Observatorio Volcanológico de los Andes del Sur) volcano monitoring network, and 7 dedicated short period and broadband seismometers that were deployed in the region for more than one year. We have registered several cases of correlation between SO2 fluxes and seismic activity (LP events). Seismic events have in several cases been followed by an increase in degassing activity. The response seems to occur on two different time scales. Regional earthquake events in 2009 and 2010, and the 2011 Araucania event which occurred on January 2 and had a magnitude of 7.1, were followed by strongly increased degassing activity at Villarrica 2-4 days later, interpreted as due to increased bubble nucleation in the magmatic system at depth. The large Maule earthquake on February 27, 2010 with a magnitude of 8.8 had little immediate effect, but was followed several weeks later by an immense increase in degassing activity of about one order of magnitude compared to the baseline level. We speculate that this was a result of changing stress fields in the lower crust and at mantle depths caused by the Maule event, possibly changing melting conditions temporarily. Numerical models based on seismic, petrologic and gas flux data are used to demonstrate the feasibility of the time-lag between seismicity and degassing. We thus aim at gaining insight into the interface between magmatic and volcano-tectonic processes, especially factors playing a role for the onset of volcanic unrest. www.ifm-geomar.de
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    In:  [Talk] In: 11. Gas Workshop, Commision on the Chemistry of Volcanic Gases (CCVG) - IAVCEI, 01.09.-10.09.2011, Kamchatka, Russia .
    Publication Date: 2012-02-23
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  • 7
    Publication Date: 2016-11-03
    Description: Die Tagung des Jungen Forums der ARL vom 6. bis 8. Juni 2012 in Hannover setzte sich mit dem Leitgedanken "Raumentwicklung 3.0 - Gemeinsam die Zukunft der räumlichen Planung gestalten" auseinander. Ziel war es, Perspektiven für die Zukunft der räumlichen Planung aufzuzeigen. Der Hintergrund für die thematische Ausrichtung der Jahrestagung ist, dass sich digitale soziale Netzwerke und zahlreiche andere Möglichkeiten der Interaktion im Web immer stärker auf die Raumentwicklung auswirken. Die neuen Möglichkeiten der Information, Kommunikation und Partizipation verändern das Verhalten der Menschen und infolgedessen auch die Raumentwicklung in ihrer Mehrdimensionalität in erheblichem Maße. Die Folgen der neuen Informations- und Kommunikationstechnologien sind aber nur eine von vielen aktuellen und zukünftig absehbaren Herausforderungen, die Auswirkungen auf die räumliche Planung und Entwicklung haben werden. Daher sind nicht nur die Neuen Medien Thema, sondern auch die Zukunft der Raumentwicklung sowie der räumlichen Planung selbst und die Chancen, diese Zukunft mitzugestalten. Ausgangspunkt der Beitrage in diesem Band sind folgende Leitfragen: Was sind die Herausforderungen und Chancen, vor denen die Raumentwicklung in Zukunft stehen wird? Welche Trends reizen Planerinnen und Planer zu ungewohnlichen Herangehensweisen und zur Entwicklung unkonventioneller Losungswege? Welche (normativen) Konzepte der raumlichen Planung sind geeignet, um einerseits die heutigen Anforderungen zu erfullen und andererseits den kunftigen Herausforderungen gewachsen zu sein? Wie sollten und konnten Prozesse der raumlichen Planung kunftig gestaltet werden, um die anstehenden Herausforderungen bewaltigen zu konnen? Warum uberhaupt planen? Was ist der Zweck der raumlichen Planung? Welchen Leitvorstellungen und Planungsmaximen soll und kann sie folgen? Diese Fragen bildeten den Schwerpunkt des gemeinsamen Austauschs auf der Tagung des Jungen Forums in Hannover, mit denen sich die Teilnehmer in ihren Vortragen und in anschliesenden Diskussionen auseinandersetzten. Die Ergebnisse der Tagung fliesen in die Beitrage dieser Veroffentlichung ein.
    Description: The ARL Young Professionals' Forum met in Hannover from 6th to 8th June 2012 to discuss "Spatial development 3.0 - Shaping the future of spatial planning together". The goal was to illustrate perspectives for the future of spatial planning. The background for the thematic focus of the annual conference is that digital social networks and the many other forms of interaction on the internet are increasingly affecting spatial development. The new possibilities for information, communication and participation are changing people's behaviour and thus also significantly are impacting spatial development in all its multidimensionality. The consequences of the new information and communication technologies are, however, only one of many current and foreseeable challenges that will affect spatial planning and development. Therefore the focus is not only on New Media but rather on the future of spatial development and planning itself and on the possibilities of helping shape that future. The starting point for the papers in this volume are the following central questions: What are the challenges and opportunities that spatial planning will face in the future? What trends are provoking planners to implement unusual approaches and develop unconventional solutions? Which (normative) spatial planning concepts are suitable, firstly, to satisfy current requirements and, secondly, to cope with future challenges? How should and could processes of spatial planning be designed in the future in order to manage the challenges at hand? Why plan at all? What is the purpose of spatial planning? Which guiding visions and planning maxims should and can spatial planning follow? These questions formed the focus of exchanges at the conference of the Young Professionals' Forum in Hannover, and participants grappled with them both in presentations and in the discussions that followed. The findings of the conference are contained in the papers of this publication.
    Keywords: ddc:710 ; Raumentwicklung ; Informations- und Kommunikationstechnologien ; Planungspraxis ; Planungsinstrumente ; Partizipation ; Regionalplanung ; Klimawandel ; Energiewende ; Ökosystemdienstleistungen ; Wertewandel ; virtuelle Räume ; Regionalplanung ; Klimawandel ; Regionaler Strukturwandel ; E-Business ; Partizipation ; Regionale Entwicklung ; Deutschland
    Repository Name: EconStor: OA server of the German National Library of Economics - Leibniz Information Centre for Economics
    Language: German
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    Publication Date: 2016-11-24
    Keywords: ddc:710
    Repository Name: EconStor: OA server of the German National Library of Economics - Leibniz Information Centre for Economics
    Language: German
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  • 9
    Publication Date: 2011-12-12
    Type: paper
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    Publication Date: 2012-01-18
    Type: report
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