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  • 1
    Call number: Q 2435/43 ; ZSP-319/C-43 ; MOP Per 581(3/43)
    In: Geodätische und Geophysikalische Veröffentlichungen : Reihe 3, Physik der festen Erde, Heft 43
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    Pages: 240 Seiten , Illustrationen
    ISSN: 0435-6187
    Series Statement: Geodätische und Geophysikalische Veröffentlichungen : Reihe 3, Physik der festen Erde 43
    Language: German , English , Russian
    Note: Beiträge teilweise in deutscher, teilweise in englischer und teilweise in russischer Sprache , Text überwiegend in kyrillischer Schrift
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    Call number: Q 2435/21 ; ZSP-319/C-21 ; MOP Per 581(3/21)
    In: Geodätische und geophysikalische Veröffentlichungen : Reihe 3, Physik der festen Erde, Heft 21
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    Pages: 64 Seiten , Illustrationen
    ISSN: 0435-6187
    Series Statement: Geodätische und geophysikalische Veröffentlichungen : Reihe 3, Physik der festen Erde 21
    Language: German
    Note: INHALT Die Erdkruste der Ukraine und einige Gesetzmäßigkelten ihres Baus / SOLLOGUB, V. B. Experimentelle Ergebnisse der seismischen Tiefensondierungen auf dem Profil V in Polen / UCHMANN, J. Auswerteverfahren und erste Interpretationsergebnisse auf dem NW-Teil des Profils VI / KNOTHE, Ch. Information über Ergebnisse der seismischen Tiefensondierungen in der ČSSR in den Jahren 1968 und 1969 / BERANEK, B. Erforschung der Erdkruste in Ungarn / MITUCH, E., STEGENA, L., POSGAY, K., TÁRCZY-HORNOCH, A. Stand und einige Resultate der Erdkrustenuntersuchungen in der VR Bulgarien mit Hilfe von STS / DAČEV, Ch., PETKOV, I., VELČEV, C. Geschwindigkeitsmodell der Erdkruste und Methoden zu ihrer Erforschung / PAVLENKOVA, N. I. Über die dynamischen Eigenschaften der seismischen Wellen in Modellen der Erdkruste mit Schichten erniedrigter und erhöhter Geschwindigkeiten / GUTERCH, A.
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    Berlin : Nationalkomitee für Geodäsie und Geophysik der Deutschen Demokratischen Republik
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    Call number: Q 2435/20 ; ZSP-319/C-20 ; MOP Per 581(3/20)
    In: Geodätische und Geophysikalische Veröffentlichungen : Reihe 3, Physik der festen Erde, Heft 20
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    Pages: 79 Seiten , Illustrationen
    ISSN: 0435-6187
    Series Statement: Geodätische und Geophysikalische Veröffentlichungen : Reihe 3, Physik der festen Erde 20
    Language: German
    Note: Zugl.: Habilitation, Technische Universität Dresden, 1969 , INHALTSVERZEICHNIS 1. Einleitung 2. Historische Entwicklung des Zirkumzenitals 2.1. Vor- und Anfangsstadien der Almukantaratdurchgangsinstrumente 2.1.1. Das Nadirinstrument von BECK 2.1.2. Das Prismenastrolabium von CLAUDE und DRIENCOURT 2.1.3. Anfangsstadien des Zirkumzenitals von NUŠL und FRIČ 2.2. Das Zirkumzenital Modell 1922 2.2.1. Beschreibung 2.2.2. Das Spiegelsystem 2.2.3. Mikrometer zur Registrierung der Durchgangszeit 2.2.3.1. Vorbemerkung 2.2.3.2. Vorschläge von NUŠL und FRIČ 2.2.3.3. Das Mikrometer von BUCHAR 2.2.3.4. Die Modifikation von BAUERŠIMA und ŠURÁŇ 3. Theorie der Beobachtung von Almukantaratdurchgängen 3.1. Bedeutung der wichtigsten Symbole 3.2. Ableitung der Fehlergleichung 3.3. Auflösung der Normalgleichung 3.4. Das Gewicht einer Beobachtung 3.5. Fehlerberechnung 3.6. Differentialformeln 3.7. Korrektionen und Fehlereinflüsse 3.7.1. Vorbemerkung 3.7.2. Krümmung des Parallelkreises 3.7.3. Krümmung des Almukantarats 3.7.4. Fehlerhafte Justierung 4. Das Dresdner Zirkumzenital 4.1. Das Grundgerät 4.1.1. Allgemeine Beschreibung 4.1.2. Der Spiegelträger 4.1.3. Toleranzen und Eigenschaften der mechanischen Bauteile 4.1.4. Theoretische Forderungen an die Optik und deren Realisierung 4.1.5. Justierung des optischen Systems 4.2. Prinzipielle Überlegungen zur Registrierung der Durchgangszeit 4.2.1. Vorbemerkung 4.2.2. Zeitregistrierung ohne Mikrometer 4.2.3. Mikrometrische Zeitregistrierung 4.3. Zeitregistrierung nach der Lichtblitzmethode 4.3.1. Vorbemerkung 4.3.2. Die Beobachtungseinrichtung 4.3.2.1. Ingenieurpsychologische Vorüberlegungen 4.3.2.2. Optischer Teil der Beobachtungseinrichtung 4.3.2.3. Elektrischer Teil der Beobachtungseinrichtung 4.3.3. Fehlerbetrachtung 4.3.3.1. Systematische Fehler 4.3.3.2. Zufällige Fehler 4.3.4. Technologie der Lichtblitzmethode 4.3.5. Berechnung der Durchgangszeit 4.4. Mikrometrische Zeitregistrierung 4.4.1. Vorbemerkung 4.4.2. Prinzip des Dresdner Mikrometers 4.4.3. Kontaktgabeeinrichtung 4.4.3.1. Mechanischer Kontaktgeber 4.4.3.2. Fotoelektrischer Impulsgeber 4.4.4. Fehler und Konstanten des Mikrometers 4.4.5. Ermittlung der Durchgangszeiten 5. Praktische Erprobung des Zirkumzenitals 5.1. Die Beobachtungen 5.1.1. Die Beobachtungsstation 5.1.2. Das Sternprogramm 5.1.3. Übersicht der Beobachtungen 5.2. Die Auswertung 5.3. Zusammenstellung und Diskussion der Ergebnisse 5.3.1. Die Ergebnisse der Beobachtungen 5.3.2. Statistische Beurteilung und Diskussion der Ergebnisse 5.4. Schlußfolgerungen für den Einsatz des Zirkumzenitals 6. Zusammenfassung Literatur
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    London : Academic Press, an imprint of Elsevier
    Keywords: Chemometrie ; Spektroskopie
    Pages: xxxi, 1057 Seiten , Illustrationen, Diagramme , 24 cm
    Edition: Second edition
    ISBN: 0128053097 , 9780128053096
    Language: English
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    Call number: AWI Bio-19-92601
    Description / Table of Contents: Taxonomy plays a central role in biological sciences. It provides a communication system for scientists as it aims to enable correct identification of the studied organisms. As a consequence, species descriptions should seek to include as much available information as possible at species level to follow an integrative concept of ‘taxonomics’. Here, we describe the cryptic species Epimeria frankei sp. nov. from the North Sea, and also redescribe its sister species, Epimeria cornigera. The morphological information obtained is substantiated by DNA barcodes and complete nuclear 18S rRNA gene sequences. In addition, we provide, for the first time, full mitochondrial genome data as part of a metazoan species description for a holotype, as well as the neotype. This study represents the first successful implementation of the recently proposed concept of taxonomics, using data from high-throughput technologies for integrative taxonomic studies, allowing the highest level of confidence for both biodiversity and ecological research.
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    Pages: 26 Seiten , Illustrationen
    ISSN: 2045-2322
    Series Statement: Scientific Reports / Springer Nature 8, 6893
    Language: English
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    Hanover, NH : U.S. Army Cold Regions Research and Engineering Laboratory
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    In: CRREL Report
    Description / Table of Contents: A thermodynamic model has been developed that for the first time describes the entire creep process, including primary,secondary, and tertiary creep, and failure for both constant stress (CS) tests (o= const.) and constant strain rate (CSR)tests = const.), in the form of a unified constitutive equation and unified failure criteria. Deformation and failure areconsidered as a single thermoactivated process in which the dominant role belongs to the change of entropy. Failureoccurs when the entropy change is zero. At that moment the strain rates in CS tests reach the minima and stress in CSRtests reaches the maximum (peak) values. Families of creep (e vs 1) and stress-strain (a vs e) curves, obtained from uni-axial compression CS and CSR tests of frozen soil, respectively (both presented in dimensionless coordinates), are plottedas straight lines and are superposed, confirming the unity of the deformation and failure process and the validity of the model. A method is developed for deterratning the parameters of the model, so that creep deformation and the stress-strain relationship of ductile materials such as soils can be predicted based upon information obtained from either typeof test.
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    Pages: v, 25 Seiten , Illustrationen
    Series Statement: CRREL Report 83-33
    Language: English
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    Heidelberg : Astronomisches Rechen-Institut
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    Call number: S 91.0710 (2019)
    In: Apparent places of fundamental stars
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    Pages: 39 S.
    ISBN: 978-3-86490-587-2
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    Hanover, NH : U.S. Army Cold Regions Research and Engineering Laboratory
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    In: CRREL Report
    Description / Table of Contents: Investigations of the in situ complex dielectric constant of sea ice were made using time-domain spectroscopy. It was found that (1) for sea ice with a preferred horizontal crystal c-axis alignment, the anisotropy of polarizing properties of the ice increased with depth, (2) brine inclusion conductivity increased with decreasing temperature down to about -8 C, at which point the conductivity decreased with decreasing temperature, (3) the DC conductivity of sea ice increased with increasing brine volume, (4) the real part of the complex dielectric constant is strongly dependent upon brine volume but less dependent upon the brine inclusion orientation, (5) the imaginary part of the complex dielectric constant was strongly dependent upon brine inclusion orientation but much less dependent upon brine volume. Because the electromagnetic (EM) properties of sea ice are dependent upon the physical state of the ice, which is continually changing, it appears that only trends in the relationships between the EM properties of natural sea ice and its brine volume and brine inclusion microstructure can be established.
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    Pages: vi, 38 Seiten , Illustrationen
    Series Statement: CRREL Report 84-2
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    Hanover, NH : U.S. Army Cold Regions Research and Engineering Laboratory
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    In: CRREL Report
    Description / Table of Contents: The results of resistance tests in level ice and broken ice channels are presented for two models of the WTGB 140-fticebrekkr at scales of 1: 10 and 1:24, respectively. No scale effect on the resistance in level ice could be detected be-tween the two models. From the test results an empirical predictor equation for the full scale ice resistance is derived.Predicted resistance is compared aginst, and found to be 25 to 40% larger than, available full-scale values estimatedfrom thrust measurements during full-scale trials of the Great Lakes icebreaker Katmai Bay.
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    Pages: v, 25 Seiten , Illustrationen
    Series Statement: CRREL Report 84-3
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    In: CRREL Report
    Description / Table of Contents: Ice problems developed in the Sault Ste. Marie, Michigan, portion of the St. Marys River because of winter navigation Passing ships and natural influences moved ice from Soo Harbor into Little Rapids Cut in sufficient quantities to jam, cause high water in the harbor, and prevent further ship passage. After physical model and engineering studies, two ice booms with a total span of 1375 ft (419 m) with a 250-ft (76-m) navigation opening between were installed at the head of Little Rapids Cut in 1975. A modest field study program on the booms was conducted for the ensuring four winters to determine ice and boom interaction and the effects of ship passages on the system. Forces on some anchors were recorded and supplemental data were taken by local personnel. Several reports have been written about the booms' early operations. This paper presents four-year summary of the main effects of the booms on ice and ship interaction and vice versa. Throughout the four winter seasons, the small quantities of ice lost over and between the booms were manageable. Ships usually passed through the boom without influencing the boom force levels, but at time they brought about large changes. One boom needed strengthening, and artificial islands were added for upstream ice stability. Coast Guard icebreakers were also a necessary part of winter navigation in this area.
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    Pages: iv, 18 Seiten , Illustrationen
    Series Statement: CRREL Report 84-4
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