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    Monograph available for loan
    Monograph available for loan
    New York [u.a.] : Wiley
    Call number: AWI G7-93-0181/1 ; AWI G7-93-0181/2
    Description / Table of Contents: Contents: Chapter 1 Late Weichselian lce Sheets in Eurasia and Greenland / Bjöm G. Andersen. - NORTHERN EUROPE. - Holland. - Germany. - Denmark. - Sweden. - Finland. - Poland. - Western USSR (including Baltic SSR). - Northwestern USSR. - Norway. - North Sea. - British Isles. - lceland. - SOUTHERN EUROPE. - BARENTS SEA AND ARCTIC ISLANDS. - ASIA. - GREENLAND. - REFERENCES CITED. - Chapter 2 Late Wisconsin Ice Sheets of North America / Paul A. Mayewski, George H. Denton, Terence J. Hughes. - INTRODUCTION. - LAURENTIDE ICE SHEET. - Eastern Sector. - Southern Sector. - Western Sector. - Northern Sector. - Northeastern Sector. - Interior Sector. - QUEEN ELIZABETH ISLANDS. - Late Wisconsin Maximum. - Late Wisconsin Recession. - CORDILLERAN ICE SHEET. - Late Wisconsin Maximum. - Late Wisconsin Recession. - NORTH AMERICAN ICE SHEETS: AN OVERVIEW . - Maximum and Minimum. - Reconstructions. - Fundamental Questions About Late Wisconsin Deglaciation. - Glaciological Speculations. - REFERENCES CITED. - APPENDIX. - Chapter 3 Late Wisconsin-Weichselian Mountain Glaciers and Small Ice Caps / John T. Hollin, David H. Schiling. - INTRODUCTION. - ALASKA. - WESTERN UNITED STATES. - MEXICO AND CENTRAL AMERICA. - SOUTH AMERICA. - Venezuela. - Colombia. - Ecuador. - Peru. - Bolivia. - Chile and Argentina to Lat 36°30'S. - Chile and Argentina South of Lat 36°30'S. - Islas Juan Fernandez. - Falkland Islands (Islas Malvinas). - Brazil. - Areas and Volumes. - NEWZEALAND. - AUSTRALIA, NEW GUINEA, AND SABAH. - The Australian Mainland. - Tasmania. - New Guinea and Sabah. - Conclusions. - AFRICA. - Northwest Africa and Atlantic Islands. - Mountains in Ethiopia. - Mountains Surrounding Lake Victoria. - South and West Africa. - SUBANTARCTIC ISLANDS. - CONCLUSIONS. - REFERENCES CITED. - Chapter 4 Numerical Reconstruction of Valley Glaciers and Small Ice Caps / David H. Schilling, John T. Hollin. - INTRODUCTION. - VALLEY GLACIERS AND PERFECT PLASTICITY. - The Iterative Scheme. - The Shape Factor. - Choice of the Yield Stress. - Choice of Step Length, [Delta x]. - The First Step and the Snout. - Steep and Mountainous Areas. - The VALLEY Program. - ICE CAPS, WITH SLIDING AND ABLATION. - Perfect Plasticity. - Law of Sliding and Iterative Scheme. - The ABLATE Program. - Various Models and the Flow Law. - An Application of the ABLATE Program. - Some Remaining Problems. - CONCLUSIONS. - REFERENCES CITED. - Chapter 5 Numerical Reconstruction of Paleo-Ice Sheets / Terence J. Hughes. - ICE-BED COUPLING AND SUBGLACIAL HYDROLOGY. - SUBGLACIAL HYDROLOGY AND EROSION-DEPOSITION PROCESSES. - TOPOGRAPHIC CRITERIA FOR RECONSTRUCTING FORMER ICE SHEETS. - Subglacial Landscapes. - Ice Domes. - Ice Saddles. - Melting Zone. - Equilibrium Zone. - Freezing Zone. - Ice Streams. - BASIC EQUATIONS FOR STEADY-STATE CREEP IN ICE SHEETS. - BASAL SHEAR STRESS AND TWO-DIMENSIONAL LAMINAR FLOW. - BASAL SHEAR STRESS AND BASAL SLIDING. - BASAL SHEAR STRESS AND CONSTRUCTING ICE-SHEET PROFILES. - BASAL SHEAR STRESS FOR FROZEN AND MELTED BEDS. - BASAL SHEAR STRESS FOR FREEZING AND MELTING BEDS. - BASAL SHEAR STRESS FOR ICE STREAMS AND ICE LOBES. - BASAL SHEAR STRESS FOR ICE DIVIDES. - EVALUATING TERMS IN THE FLOW AND SLIDING LAWS FOR GLACIAL ICE. - RADIAL FLOW AND SNOW ACCUMULATION FOR ICE DOMES. - LATERAL SHEAR AND DOWNDRAW FOR ICE STREAMS. - ISOSTATIC ADJUSTMENTS BENEATH ICE SHEETS. - SUMMARY. - REFERENCES CITED. - Chapter 6 The Last Great Ice Sheets: A Global View / Terence J. Hughes, George H. Denton, Björn G. Andersen, David H. Schilling, James L. Fastook, Craig S. Lingle. - AREAL EXTENT OF LATE WISCONSIN-WEICHSELIAN ICE SHEETS. - North America. - Greenland. - Eurasia. - Antarctica. - Minimum and Maximum. - Reconstructions of Late Wisconsin-Weichselian Ice Extent. - VERTICAL EXTENT OF LATE WISCONSIN-WEICHSELIAN ICE SHEETS. - The Critical Problem of Marine Ice Sheets. - Flowline Profiles for Variable Bed Topography. - Flowline Profiles for Variable Isostatic Compensation. - Flowline Profiles for Variable Basal Shear Stress. - Flowline Profiles for Present-day Ice Sheets. - Flowline Profiles for Late Wisconsin-Weichselian Ice Sheets. - Isostatic Conditions for Late Wisconsin-Weichselian Ice Sheets. - Basal Conditions for Late Wisconsin-Weichselian Ice Sheets. - Elevations and Volumes of Late Wisconsin-Weichselian Ice Sheets. - DISCUSSION. - REFERENCES CITED. - Chapter 7 History of the Marine Ice Sheet In West Antarctica During the Last Glaciation: A Working Hypothesis / Minze Stuiver, George H. Denton, Terence J. Hughes, James L. Fastook. - INTRODUCTION . - McMURDO SOUND AREA. - Ross Sea Drift: Description. - Ross Sea Drift: Interpretation. - Radiometric Dates and Ross Sea Drift. - Older Drift: Description and Interpretation. - Discussion. - TERRA NOVA BAY. - BEAUFORT AND FRANKLIN ISLANDS. - GLACIAL-MARINE SEDIMENTS IN THE ROSS SEA. - RECONSTRUCTION OF LATE WISCONSIN ANTARCTIC ICE SHEET. - Geologic Background. - Glaciological Background: Steady-State Model. - Conclusions. - DISINTEGRATION OF MARINE ICE SHEET IN WEST ANTARCTICA. - Disintegration Model. - Disintegration of Ice Shelves. - Late Wisconsin-Holocene Disintegration. - Disintegration during Super Interglacials. - SUMMARY. - REFERENCES CITED. - Chapter 8 The Arctic Ice Sheet: An Outrageous Hypothesis / George H. Denton, T erence J. Hughes. - ICE-SHELF ORIGIN OF NORTHERN HEMISPHERE ICE DOMES. - Growth Rates of Arctic Ice Domes. - Sites for lnitiating Arctic Ice Domes. - Thickening Rates of Arctic Sea Ice. - Sites for Grounding Arctic Sea Ice. - Forming Arctic Ice Shelves on Deep Oceans. - Assessing the lce-Shelf Hypothesis for Forming Marine Ice Domes. - LA TE WISCONSIN-WEICHSELIAN ARCTIC ICE SHEET. - Ice Domes. - Ice Streams. - Ice Shelves. - DISINTEGRATION OF LATE WISCONSIN-WEICHSELIAN ARCTIC ICE SHEET. - Initiation of Late Wisconsin-Weichselian Glacial Surges. - Maintenance of Late Wisconsin-Weichselian Glacial Surges. - Environmental Impact of Late Wisconsin-Weichselian Glacial Surges. - CONCLUSIONS. - REFERENCES CITED. - INDEX.
    Type of Medium: Monograph available for loan
    Pages: XVIII, 484 S. : Ill., Kt. ; 27 Kt.-Beil.
    ISBN: 0471060062
    Series Statement: A Wiley interscience publication
    Location: AWI Reading room
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  • 2
    Electronic Resource
    Electronic Resource
    Springer
    Atlantic economic journal 11 (1983), S. 63-69 
    ISSN: 1573-9678
    Source: Springer Online Journal Archives 1860-2000
    Topics: Economics
    Notes: Conclusion This application of the B/T model indicates that, in the short run, rent control may be a rational choice for consumers and that, as a related point, the likelihood of finding rent control in a jurisdiction increases with the size of the rental sector of the housing market. However, in the long run, the community that chooses rent control will have a smaller supply of housing than it would have had [Marks, forthcoming], and it will have effected a sub-optimal allocation of resources; moreover, aside from the initial capital loss to investors, the welfare loss from the inefficiency will be borne by consumers, particularly permanent residents of the jurisdiction. It is likely that support for control will weaken over time as the long-run effects begin to materialize. This weakening would probably occur more rapidly as the proportion of non-transient renters in a jurisdiction increases. However, a complete consideration of this issue remains as a topic for further research.
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  • 3
    ISSN: 1573-4803
    Source: Springer Online Journal Archives 1860-2000
    Topics: Mechanical Engineering, Materials Science, Production Engineering, Mining and Metallurgy, Traffic Engineering, Precision Mechanics
    Notes: Abstract The concept of the cold crucible is critically re-examined. In order to overcome some of the more serious limitations of the Hukin design, consideration is given to a return to the synthetic crucible; that is one put together from (identical) individual parts. The important features of such a crucible are compared and contrasted with those of one carved from the solid.
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    Electronic Resource
    Electronic Resource
    s.l. : American Chemical Society
    Journal of the American Chemical Society 59 (1937), S. 1387-1388 
    ISSN: 1520-5126
    Source: ACS Legacy Archives
    Topics: Chemistry and Pharmacology
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    ISSN: 1520-5126
    Source: ACS Legacy Archives
    Topics: Chemistry and Pharmacology
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    Management Review. 69:12 (1980:Dec.) 47 
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    ISSN: 0032-3888
    Keywords: Chemistry ; Chemical Engineering
    Source: Wiley InterScience Backfile Collection 1832-2000
    Topics: Chemistry and Pharmacology , Mechanical Engineering, Materials Science, Production Engineering, Mining and Metallurgy, Traffic Engineering, Precision Mechanics , Physics
    Notes: Optimal temperature histories for the batch thermal polymerization of styrene are determined using Pontryagin's maximum principle. The theoretical predictions are compared with experimental measurements of conversion and molecular weight distribution. The excellent agreement suggests policy improvements in batch radical chain growth polymerizations.
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    ISSN: 0006-3525
    Keywords: Chemistry ; Polymer and Materials Science
    Source: Wiley InterScience Backfile Collection 1832-2000
    Topics: Chemistry and Pharmacology
    Notes: Water-soluble, random copolymers containing L-glutamine and either N5-(3-hydroxypropyl)-L-glutamine or N5-(4-hydroxybutyl)-L-glutamine were synthesized, fractionated, and characterized. The thermally induced helix-coil transitions of these copolymers were studied in water. A short-range interaction theory was used to deduce the Zimm-Bragg parameters σ and s for the helix-coil transition in poly(L-glutamine) in water from an analysis of the melting curves of the copolymers in the manner described in earlier papers. The computed values of s indicate that L-glutamine is helix-indifferent at low temperature and a helix-destabilizing residue at high temperature in water. At all temperatures in the range of 0-70°C, the glutamine residue promotes helix-coil boundaries since the computed value of σ is large.
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  • 9
    Electronic Resource
    Electronic Resource
    [s.l.] : Nature Publishing Group
    Nature 297 (1982), S. 679-681 
    ISSN: 1476-4687
    Source: Nature Archives 1869 - 2009
    Topics: Biology , Chemistry and Pharmacology , Medicine , Natural Sciences in General , Physics
    Notes: [Auszug] Freshly killed fish (Sprattus sprattusy Clupea harengus, Ammodytes lanceolatus and Trachurus trachurus) were suspended by fine threads in a seawater tank at various distances and bearings from a vibrating source and at various angles with respect to a radius to the source. S. sprattus and C. ...
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    ISSN: 1520-510X
    Source: ACS Legacy Archives
    Topics: Chemistry and Pharmacology
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