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    Monograph available for loan
    Stuttgart : Enke
    Call number: AWI G1-97-0038
    Type of Medium: Monograph available for loan
    Pages: VIII, 358 S. , Ill., graph. Darst., Kt. , 24 cm
    ISBN: 3432259115
    Language: German
    Note: Inhalt: 1 Einführung. - 1.1 Spuren von Eiszeiten in der Erdgeschichte. - 1.2 Eiszeitursachen. - 2 Gletscherdynamik. - 2.1 Gletscherentstehung. - 2.2 Fließverhalten. - 2.3 Entstehung des Eisstromnetzes. - 2.4 Entstehung des Inlandeises. - 2.4.1 Verformbarer Untergrund. - 2.4.2 Spontane Vereisung. - 2.5 Rekonstruktion der Gletscherdynamik. - 2.5.1 Oberflächenformen. - 2.5.2 Gletscherschrammen. - 2.5.3 Geschiebe-Einregelung. - 2.5.4 Kluftsystem. - 2.5.5 Stauchungsrichtungen. - 2.5.6 Geschiebetransport. - 2.6 Gletscherdynamik am Beispiel der Weichsel-Vereisung. - 3 Gletscherablagerungen. - 3.1 Ablagerungen heutiger Gletscher. - 3.1.1 Grundmoräne. - 3.1.2 Andere moränale Sedimente. - 3.2 Pleistozäne Gletscherablagerungen. - 3.3 Zusammensetzung der Gletscherablagerungen. - 3.3.1 Korngrößenverteilung. - 3.3.2 Geschiebe. - 3.3.3 Feinkies. - 3.3.4 Schwerminerale. - 3.3.5 Tonminerale. - 3.3.6 Geochemie. - 3.3.7 Mikrofossilien. - 3.3.8 Magnetische Suszeptibilität. - 3.4 Postsedimentäre Veränderungen. - 3.5 Oberflächenformen. - 3.5.1 Drumlins. - 3.5.2 Endmoränen. - 3.5.3 Eiszerfallslandschaft. - 3.5.4 Abflußlose Hohlformen. - 4 Schmelzwässer. - 4.1 Abflußverhalten heutiger Gletscherflüsse 4.2 Spuren pleistozäner Schmelzwassertätigkeit. - 4.2.1 Rinnen. - 4.2.2 Oser. - 4.2.3 Sanderflächen. - 4.2.4 Eisstauseen. - 4.2.5 Kames. - 4.2.6 Urstromtäler. - 5 Periglazial. - 5.1 Heutige periglaziale Prozesse. - 5.1.1 Kryoplanation. - 5.1.2 Blockgletscher. - 5.1.3 Kryoturbation. - 5.1.4 Solifluktion. - 5.1.5 Frostspalten und Eiskeile. - 5.1.6 Pingos. - 5.1.7 Palsas. - 5.1.8 Strangmoore. - 5.1.9 Thufur. - 5.2 Spuren pleistozäner periglazialer Prozesse. - 5.3 Fluviale Vorgänge. - 5.4 Terrassen. - 5.5 Äolische Sedimentation. - 5.5.1 Flugdecksand. - 5.5.2 Löß. - 6 Mariner Bereich. - 6.1 Schwankungen des Meeresspiegels. - 6.2 Marine Sedimentation. - 6.2.1 Tiefsee. - 6.2.2 Schelfmeere. - 6.3 Küsten. - 7 Warmzeiten. - 7.1 Vegetationsentwicklung. - 7.2 Entwicklung der Fauna. - 7.3 Verwitterung und Bodenbildung. - 7.4 Spuren menschlicher Tätigkeit. - 8 Ablauf des quartären Eiszeitalters in Nordeuropa. - 8.1 Paläogeographische Ausgangssituation. - 8.2 Grundgliederung des Pleistozäns in Norddeutschland und den Niederlanden. - 8.3 Prätegelen. - 8.4 Tegelen. - 8.5 Eburon. - 8.6 Waal. - 8.7 Menap. - 8.8 Bavel. - 8.9 Cromer. - 8.10 Elster-Kaltzeit. - 8.11 Holstein-Warmzeit. - 8.12 Fuhne-Kaltzeit. - 8.13 Wacken-Warmzeit. - 8.14 Saale-Kaltzeit. - 8.14.1 Älterer Saale-Eisvorstoß. - 8.14.2 Mittlerer Saale-Eisvorstoß. - 8.14.3 Jüngerer Saale-Eisvorstoß. - 8.15 Eem-Warmzeit. - 8.16 Weichsel-Kaltzeit. - 8.17 Holozän. - 8.18 Entwicklung der Nordsee. - 8.18.1 Die Nordsee im Pleistozän. - 8.18.2 PostglazialeTransgression. - 8.18.3 Entstehung der Küstenbarriere. - 8.18.4 Entstehung der Barriereinseln. - 8.19 Entwicklung der Ostsee. - 8.19.1 Entstehung der Ostsee. - 8.19.2 Postglaziale Entwicklung der Ostsee. - 9 Alpine Vereisung. - 9.1 Tektonischer Rahmen. - 9.2 Entstehung der Täler und Becken. - 9.3 Grundgliederung des alpinen Quartärs. - 9.4 Alte Vereisungsspuren. - 9.5 Uhlenberg-Warmzeit. - 9.6 Günz-Eiszeit. - 9.7 Haslach-Eiszeit. - 9.8 Mindel-Eiszeit. - 9.9 Mindel/Riß-Warmzeit. - 9.10 Riß-Eiszeit. - 9.11 Riß/Würm- Warmzeit. - 9.12 Würm-Eiszeit. - 9.13 Holozän. - 10 Vergletscherung der Mittelgebirge. - 11 Entwicklung der Flüsse. - 11.1 Donau. - 11.2 Rhein und Nebenflüsse. - 11.2.1 Rhein. - 11.2.2 Main. - 11.2.3 Mosel. - 11.3 Norddeutsche Flüsse. - 11.3.1 Lippe und Ems. - 11.3.2 Weser. - 11.3.3 Saale und Mulde. - 11.3.4 Elbe. - 11.3.5 Oder. - 11.4 Flußentwicklung im Holozän. - 12 Lößgliederung. - 13 Stellung der europäischen Vereisungen innerhalb der weltweiten Entwicklung. - 14 Ausblick. - 15 Literatur. - 16 Sachregister. - 17 Quellen der Abbildungen und Tabellen.
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    Call number: im Bestellvorgang
    Pages: 271 Seiten , Illustrationen , 14.5 cm x 22 cm
    ISBN: 9783958910980 , 395891098X
    Series Statement: Leadership Professionell
    Language: German
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    New York, NY : Penguin Books
    Call number: M 21.94577
    Pages: XIV, 267 Seiten , Illustrationen
    ISBN: 0142000280 , 9780142000281 , 0670899240
    Language: English
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    Call number: im Bestellvorgang
    Description / Table of Contents: Die Klimakrise läuft allen Verleugnungen und aller Ignoranz zum Trotz auf eine ökologische, ökonomische und soziale Katastrophe zu. Bestandsaufnahmen aus Klimaforschung, Geografie, Psychologie, Psychoanalyse und Medizin stellen die Frage, welche Folgen dies für die Gesundheit der Menschen schon hat und zunehmend haben wird. Besonderes Interesse gilt dabei den wachsenden Ängsten, ihren Ursachen und ihren Konsequenzen für Einzelne, für das gesellschaftliche Zusammenleben und für die Generationenverhältnisse. Die Beiträge machen deutlich: Auch im Hinblick auf die Auswirkungen der Klimakrise auf Leib und Seele und ihre Bewältigung wird sich erweisen, ob die Menschheit ausreichend Intelligenz und Entschlusskraft aufbringen kann, um ihren Fortbestand zu sichern.
    Pages: 213 Seiten , Illustrationen
    ISBN: 978-3-525-40771-4
    Language: German
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    Pages: 123 Seiten , Illustrationen , 28 cm x 21 cm
    Edition: 1. Auflage
    ISBN: 9783570178140 , 3570178145
    Language: German
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    Monograph available for loan
    Chichester [u.a.] : Wiley
    Call number: M 21.94607
    Type of Medium: Monograph available for loan
    Pages: XXII, 437 Seiten , graph. Darst. , 24 cm
    Edition: 2. ed.
    ISBN: 0471876453 ((hbk.)) , 0471876844 ((pbk.))
    Language: English
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    Call number: MOP 44053/1 / Mitte
    In: Publikation / Lehrkanzel für Theoretische Meteorologie der Universität Wien, Band 11
    Type of Medium: Series available for loan
    Pages: 6 Seiten [8 Blätter]
    Series Statement: Publikation / Lehrkanzel für Theoretische Meteorologie der Universität Wien 11
    Language: German
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    Call number: MOP 44053/2 / Mitte
    In: Publikation / Lehrkanzel für Theoretische Meteorologie der Universität Wien, Band 11
    Type of Medium: Series available for loan
    Pages: 6, 21 Seiten , Illustrationen
    Series Statement: Publikation / Lehrkanzel für Theoretische Meteorologie der Universität Wien 11
    Language: German
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    Monograph available for loan
    Monograph available for loan
    San Diego [u.a.] : Academic Press
    Associated volumes
    Call number: AWI A7-90-0207 ; MOP 33002/42
    In: International geophysics series, 42
    Type of Medium: Monograph available for loan
    Pages: XXI, 307 Seiten , Illustrationen
    ISBN: 0120644908
    Series Statement: International geophysics series 42
    Language: English
    Note: Contents Preface Symbols Chapter 1 Introduction 1.1 Scope of Micrometeorology 1.2 Micrometeorology versus Microclimatology 1.3 Importance and Applications of Micrometeorology Problems and Exercises Chapter 2 Energy Budget near the Surface 2.1 Energy Fluxes at an Ideal Surface 2.2 Energy Balance Equations 2.3 Some Examples of Energy Budget 2.4 Applications Problems and Exercises Chapter 3 Radiation Balance near the Surface 3.1 Radiation Laws and Definitions 3.2 Shortwave Radiation 3.3 Longwave Radiation 3.4 Radiation Balance near the Surface 3.5 Radiative Flux Divergence 3.6 Applications Problems and Exercises Chapter 4 Soil Temperatures and Heat Transfer 4.1 Surface Temperature 4.2 Subsurface Temperatures 4.3 Thermal Properties of Soils 4.4 Theory of Soil Heat Transfer 4.5 Applications Problems and Exercises Chapter 5 Air Temperature and Humidity in the PBL 5.1 Factors Influencing Air Temperature and Humidity 5.2 Basic Thermodynamic Relations and Definitions 5.3 Static Stability 5.4 Mixed Layers and Inversions 5.5 Vertical Temperature and Humidity Profiles 5.6 Diurnal Variations 5.7 Applications Problems and Exercises Chapter 6 Wind Distribution in the PBL 6.1 Factors Influencing Wind Distribution 6.2 Geostrophic and Thermal Winds 6.3 The Effects of Friction 6.4 The Effects of Stability 6.5 Observed Wind Profiles 6.6 Diurnal Variations 6.7 Applications Problems and Exercises Chapter 7 An Introduction to Viscous Flows 7.1 Inviscid and Viscous Flows 7.2 Laminar and Turbulent Flows 7.3 Equations of Motion 7.4 Plane-Parallel Flows 7.5 Ekman Layers 7.6 Developing Boundary Layers 7.7 Heat Transfer in Fluids 7.8 Applications Problems and Exercises Chapter 8 Fundamentals of Turbulence 8.1 Instability of Flow and Transition to Turbulence 8.2 The Generation and Maintenance of Turbulence 8.3 General Characteristics of Turbulence 8.4 Mean and Fluctuating Variables 8.5 Variances and Turbulent Fluxes 8.6 Eddies and Scales of Motion 8.7 Applications Problems and Exercises Chapter 9 Semiempirical Theories of Turbulence 9.1 Mathematical Description of Turbulent Flows 9.2 Gradient-Transport Theories 9.3 Dimensional Analysis and Similarity Theories 9.4 Applications Problems and Exercises Chapter 10 Neutral Boundary Layers 10.1 Velocity-Profile Laws 10.2 Surface Roughness Parameters 10.3 Surface Stress and Drag Coefficient 10.4 Turbulence 10.5 Applications Problems and Exercises Chapter 11 Momentum and Heat Exchanges with Homogeneous Surfaces 11.1 The Monin-Obukhov Similarity Theory 11.2 Empirical Forms of Similarity Functions 11.3 Wind and Temperature Profiles 11.4 Drag and Heat Transfer Coefficients 11.5 Methods of Determining Momentum and Heat Fluxes 11.6 Applications Problems and Exercises Chapter 12 Evaporation from Homogeneous Surfaces 12.1 The Process of Evaporation 12.2 Potential Evaporation and Evapotranspiration 12.3 Modified Monin-Obukhov Similarity Relations 12.4 Micrometeorological Methods of Determining Evaporation 12.5 Applications Problems and Exercises Chapter 13 Marine Atmospheric Boundary Layer 13.1 Sea-Surface Characteristics 13.2 Momentum Transfer to the Sea Surface 13.3 Parameterization of Air-Sea Exchanges 13.4 Mean Profiles in the Marine Atmospheric Boundary Layer 13.5 Turbulence over Water 13.6 Applications Problems and Exercises Chapter 14 Nonhomogeneous Boundary Layers 14.1 Types of Surface Inhomogeneities 14.2 Step Changes in Surface Roughness 14.3 Step Changes in Surface Temperature 14.4 Air Modifications over Water Surfaces 14.5 Air Modifications over Urban Areas 14.6 Building Wakes and Street Canyon Effects 14.7 Other Topographical Effects 14.8 Applications Problems and Exercises Chapter 15 Agricultural and Forest Micrometeorology 15.1 Flux-Profile Relations above Plant Canopies 15.2 Radiation Balance within Plant Canopies 15.3 Wind Distribution in Plant Canopies 15.4 Temperature and Moisture Fields 15.5 Turbulence in Plant Canopies 15.6 Applications Problems and Exercises References Index
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    Monograph non-lending collection
    San Diego [u.a.] : Acad. Press
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    Call number: AWI A6-92-0280 ; 5/M 08.0207
    In: International geophysics series, Vol. 40
    Type of Medium: Monograph non-lending collection
    Pages: X, 489 S. : Ill., graph. Darst.
    ISBN: 0120585766
    Series Statement: International geophysics series 40
    Classification:
    Meteorology and Climatology
    Language: English
    Note: Contents: Preface. - Acknowledgements. - Chapter 1 Introduction. - 1.1 The Static Structure of the Middle Atmosphere. - 1.2 Zonal Mean Temperature and Wind Distributions. - 1.3 Composition of the Middle Atmosphere. - 1.4 The Vertical Distribution of Eddy Amplitudes. - 1.5 Observational Techniques. - References. - Chapter 2 Radiative Processes and Remote Sounding. - 2.1 Introduction. - 2.2 Fundamentals. - 2.3 Gaseous Absorption Spectra. - 2.4 Transmission Functions. - 2.5 Infrared Radiative Exchange and Radiative Damping. - 2.6 Departure from Local Thermodynamic Equilibrium. - 2.7 Absorption of Solar Radiation. - 2.8 Radiative Equilibrium Temperature and Heating-Rate Distributions. - 2.9 Remote Sounding. - References. - Chapter 3 Basic Dynamics. - 3.1 Introduction. - 3.2 The Beta-Plane Approximation and Quasi-Geostrophic Theory. - 3.3 The Eulerian-Mean Equations. - 3.4 Linearized Disturbances to Zonal-Mean Flows. - 3.5 The Transformed Eulerian-Mean Equations. - 3.6 The Generalized Eliassen-Palm Theorem and the Charney-Drazin Nonacceleration Theorem. - 3.7 The Lagrangian Approach. - 3.8 Isentropic Coordinates. - 3.9 The Zonal-Mean Equations in Isentropic Coordinates. - Appendix 3A. Derivation of Some Equations in Isentropic Coordinates. - Appendix 3B. Boundary Conditions on the Residual Circulation. - References. - Chapter 4 Linear Wave Theory. - 4.1 Introduction and Classification of Wave Types. - 4.2 Wave Disturbances to a Resting Spherical Atmosphere. - 4.3 Atmospheric Thermal Tides. - 4.4 Free Traveling Planetary Waves. - 4.5 Forced Planetary Waves. - 4.6 Gravity Waves. - 4.7 Equatorial Waves. - Appendix 4A. Ray-Tracing Theory and Wave Action in a Slowly Varying Medium. - References. - Chapter 5 Extratropical Planetary-Scale Circulations. - 5.1 Introduction. - 5.2 The Observed Annual Cycle. - 5.3 Detailed Linear Models of Stationary Planetary Waves in the Middle Atmosphere. - 5.4 Detailed Linear Models of Free Traveling Planetary Waves in the Atmosphere. - 5.5 Barotropic and Baroclinic Instability. - 5.6 Planetary-Wave Critical Layers. - References. - Chapter 6 Stratospheric Sudden Warmings. - 6.1 Introduction. - 6.2 Observed Features of Sudden Warmings. - 6.3 Theoretical Modeling of Sudden Warmings. - 6.4 Conclusions. - References. - Chapter 7 The Extratropical Zonal-Mean Circulation. - 7.1 Introduction. - 7.2 Some Simple Zonally Averaged Models of the Middle Atmosphere. - 7.3 The Upper Mesosphere. - 7.4 The Winter Polar Stratosphere. - 7. 5 Interpretation and Generalization. - References. - Chapter 8 Equatorial Circulations. - 8.1 Introduction. - 8.2 The Observed Structure of the Equatorial Quasi-Biennial Oscillation. - 8.3 Theory of the Quasi-Biennial Oscillation. - 8.4 Observed Structure of the Equatorial Semiannual Oscillations. - 8.5 Dynamics of the Equatorial Semiannual Oscillations. - 8.6 Inertial Instability in the Equatorial Zone. - References. - Chapter 9 Tracer Transport in the Middle Atmosphere. - 9.1 Introduction: Types of Tracers. - 9.2 Long-Lived Chemical Tracers. - 9.3 Transport in the Meridional Plane. - 9.4 Formulations of Eddy and Mean-Flow Transport. - 9.5 Dispersive Wave Transport: Irreversible Mixing of Tracers. - 9.6 Troposphere-Stratosphere Exchange. - 9.7 Transport Modeling. - Appendix 9A. The Transformed Eulerian-Mean Transport for Small-Arnplitude Eddies. - References. - Chapter 10 The Ozone Layer. - 10.1 Introduction. - 10.2 The Climatology of Ozone. - 10.3 Elementary Aspects of Photochemical Modeling. - 10.4 Photochemistry of Ozone: Catalytic Cycles. - 10.5 Models of the Natural and Perturbed Ozone Layer. - Appendix 10A. The Continuity Equation for Chemical Species. - References. - Chapter 11 General Circulation Modeling. - 11.1 Models of the Lower Stratosphere. - 11.2 The GFDL SKYHI Model. - 11.3 Forecasting of Sudden Stratospheric Warmings. - 11.4 Transport Modeling. - References. - Chapter 12 Interaction between the Middle Atmosphere and the Lower Atmosphere. - 12.1 Introduction. - 12.2 Radiative Links: Deductions from Simple Models. - 12.3 Radiative Links: Deductions from GCMs. - 12.4 Dynamical Links: Vertically Propagating Planetary Waves. - 12.5 Interannual Variability in the Stratosphere. - References. - Bibliography. - Index.
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