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    Call number: 3/S 07.0034(2017)
    In: Annual report
    Type of Medium: Monograph available for loan
    Pages: 51 Seiten
    ISSN: 1865-6439 , 1865-6447
    URL: Volltext  (kostenfrei)
    Parallel Title: Annual report ... / Helmholtz Association of German Research Centres
    Language: English
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    Tübingen : Mohr Siebeck ; 1.1884 - 48.1931; N.F. 1.1932/33 - 10.1943/44(1945),3; 11.1948/49(1949) -
    Call number: ZS 22.95039
    Type of Medium: Journal available for loan
    Pages: Online-Ressource
    ISSN: 1614-0974 , 0015-2218 , 0015-2218
    Language: German , English
    Note: N.F. entfällt ab 57.2000. - Volltext auch als Teil einer Datenbank verfügbar , Ersch. ab 2000 in engl. Sprache mit dt. Hauptsacht.
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    Call number: 9781119750901 (e-book)
    In: Geophysical monograph, 284
    Type of Medium: 12
    Pages: 1 Online-Ressource (xi, 268 Seiten) , Illustrationen
    Edition: first published 2024
    ISBN: 9781119750901 , 978-1-119-75090-1 , 9781119750895 , 978-1-119-75089-5
    Series Statement: Geophysical monograph 284
    Language: English
    Note: Contents List of Contributors Preface Chapter 1 An Introduction to the Ocean Soundscape 1.1 Introduction 1.2 Seismic Waves 1.2.1 Body Waves 1.2.2 Surface Waves 1.3 Noise Sources in the Oceans 1.3.1 Noise from Geological Origins (Geophony) 1.3.2 Noise from Biological Origins (Biophony) 1.3.3 Noise from Anthropogenic Origins (Anthrophony) 1.4 Tools for Recording Marine Noise 1.4.1 Ocean-Bottom Seismometers 1.4.2 Ocean-Bottom Nodes 1.4.3 Ocean-Bottom Observatories 1.4.4 Acoustic Doppler Current Profilers 1.4.5 Echosounders 1.4.6 Drifters and Floats 1.5 Common Data-Processing Methods 1.5.1 Time-Drift Correction 1.5.2 Data Reduction 1.5.3 Instrument Relocation through Travel-Time Analysis 1.5.4 Rotation for Geophone Reorientation 1.5.5 Converting from Counts to Physical Units 1.5.6 Removing the Mean from the Data Set 1.5.7 Frequency Spectrum, Spectrogram, and Power Spectral Density 1.5.8 Frequency Filtering 1.5.9 Polarization Analysis 1.6 Summary of Chapters 1.7 Future Developments of Acoustic Measurements in the Ocean References Chapter 2 Seismic Ambient Noise: Application to Taiwanese Data 2.1 Introduction 2.2 Background Ambient Seismic Noise in Taiwan 2.3 Ambient Seismic Noise Generated by Intense Storms 2.4 Deepsea Internal Waves Southeast of Offshore Taiwan 2.5 Gas Emissions at the Seafloor and "Bubble" SDEs in SW Offshore Taiwan 2.6 Conclusion Acknowledgments References Chapter 3 Seasonal and Geographical Variations in the Quantified Relationship Between Significant Wave Heights and Microseisms: An Example From Taiwan 3.1 Introduction 3.2 Method and Data Processing 3.2.1 Data 3.2.2 Method 3.3 Testing and Determining Parameters 3.4 Results and Discussion 3.4.1 Seasonal Variation 3.4.2 Geographical Variation 3.4.3 Residual Distributions of the SHW Simulation 3.5 Conclusions -- Acknowledgments References Chapter 4 Listening for Diverse Signals From Emergent and Submarine Volcanoes 4.1 Introduction 4.2 Detection and Monitoring of Submarine Volcanism 4.2.1 Hydroacoustic Arrays 4.2.2 Seismometer Arrays 4.2.3 Cabled Systems 4.2.4 Limitations in Detecting Submarine Volcanism 4.3 Diverse Volcano Signals Recorded Underwater 4.3.1 Distinguishing Signal from Noise in the Ocean 4.3.2 High-Frequency Volcanic Signals 4.3.3 Low-Frequency Volcanic Signals 4.3.4 Volcanic Tremor Signals 4.3.5 Volcanic Explosion-Type Signals 4.3.6 Volcanic Landslide Signals 4.4 Conclusions Availability Statement Acknowledgments References Chapter 5 Seismic and Acoustic Monitoring of Submarine Landslides: Ongoing Challenges, Recent Successes, and Future Opportunities 5.1 Introduction 5.1.1 Recent Advances in Direct Monitoring of Submarine Landslides 5.1.2 Aims 5.2 Passive Geophysical Monitoring of Terrestrial Landslides 5.3 Which Aspects of Submarine Landslides Should We Be Able to Detect with Passive Systems? 5.4 Recent Advances and Opportunities in Passive Monitoring of Submarine Landslides 5.4.1 Determining the Timing and Location of Submarine Landslides at a Margin Scale Using Land-Based Seismological Networks 5.4.2 Quantifying Landslide Kinematics Using Hydrophones 5.4.3 Characterizing Landslide Run-Out to Enhance Hazard Assessments 5.4.4 Opportunities Using Distributed Cable-Based Sensing 5.5 The Application of Passive Geophysical Monitoring in Advancing Submarine Landslide Science 5.5.1 Can Passive Seismic and Acoustic Techniques Overcome the Logistical Challenges That Have Previously Hindered the Monitoring of Submarine Landslides? 5.5.2 What Aspects of Submarine Landslides Can We Assess from Passive Remote Sensing Techniques, and What Needs To Be Resolved? 5.5.3 Suggestions for Future Directions 5.6 Concluding Remarks Acknowledgments References Chapter 6 Iceberg Noise 6.1 Introduction 6.2 Waveforms of Iceberg Noise 6.2.1 Iceberg Bursts 6.2.2 Iceberg Tremor 6.2.3 Iceberg Harmonic Tremor 6.3 Observation and Location of Iceberg Noise 6.3.1 Hydroacoustic Records at Long Distances 6.3.2 Records of Regional Hydroacoustic Networks 6.3.3 Seismic Records in Antarctica 6.4 Spatial and Temporal Variations of Iceberg Noise 6.5 Source Mechanisms of Iceberg Noise 6.6 Discussion 6.7 Conclusion Acknowledgments References Chapter 7 The Sound of Hydrothermal Vents 7.1 Introduction 7.2 Theory of Sound Production by Hydrothermal Vents 7.2.1 Radiation Efficiency 7.2.2 Monopole 7.2.3 Dipole 7.2.4 Quadrupole 7.2.5 Estimated Source Sound Pressure Levels 7.2.6 Estimated Source Spectra 7.3 Survey of Acoustic Measurements 7.3.1 Very Low Frequency (〈 10 Hz) 7.3.2 Narrowband 7.3.3 Broadband 7.3.4 Tidal Variability 7.3.5 Summary of Acoustic Measurements 7.4 Other Sources of Ambient Noise 7.4.1 Microseisms 7.4.2 Local and Teleseismic Events 7.4.3 Biological Sources 7.4.4 Anthropogenic Sources 7.5 Measurement and Analysis Considerations 7.5.1 Flow Noise and Coupled Vibration 7.5.2 Sound Speed in Hydrothermal Fluid 7.5.3 Near Field vs Far Field 7.5.4 Hydrophone Array Measurements 7.6 Conclusion Nomenclature References Chapter 8 Atypical Signals: Characteristics and Sources of Short-Duration Events 8.1 Introduction 8.2 Signal Characteristics 8.3 Worldwide Distribution of SDEs 8.4 Observations and Studies Advancing SDE Understanding 8.4.1 Observations from Different Types of Ocean Bottom Instruments 8.4.2 Continuous Long-Term, Multidisciplinary Monitoring of Gas Emissions 8.4.3 Correlation with Acoustic Monitoring of Gas Emissions 8.4.4 Correlation with Earthquakes 8.4.5 Correlation with Tides 8.4.6 Controlled in situ and Laboratory Experiments 8.5 Discussion of SDE Potential Sources 8.5.1 Biological Origin 8.5.2 Action of Ocean/Sea Currents 8.5.3 Fluids in Near-Surface Sediments 8.5.4 Low-Magnitude Seismicity 8.5.5 Source Modeling 8.6 Conclusion Acknowledgments References Chapter 9 Short-Duration Events Associated With Active Seabed Methane Venting: Scanner Pockmark, North Sea 9.1 Introduction 9.2 Scanner Pockmark Complex 9.3 CHIMNEY Seismic Experiment 9.4 Methods 9.5 Results 9.6 Discussion 9.6.1 Characteristics of SDEs 9.6.2 Spatial Distribution of SDEs 9.6.3 Negative Correlation with the Tide 9.6.4 Efficiency of SDE Detection 9.7 Conclusion Acknowledgments References Chapter 10 Ambient Bubble Acoustics: Seep, Rain, and Wave Noise 10.1 Introduction 10.2 Bubbles as Acoustic Sources 10.2.1 The Injection of a Gas Bubble 10.2.2 Bubbles as Simple Harmonic Oscillators 10.2.3 Minnaert Frequency 10.3 Subsurface Gas Release 10.3.1 Gas-Seep Acoustics 10.4 Rainfall Acoustics 10.5 Acoustics of Breaking Waves 10.6 Conclusion Further Reading Appendix Symbology References Chapter 11 Baleen Whale Vocalizations 11.1 Introduction 11.1.1 Marine Mammal Classification 11.2 Physical Description of Sound and Its Conventions 11.2.1 Sound Pressure Level (SPL) 11.2.2 Source Level (SL) 11.2.3 Whale-Sound Analysis 11.3 Marine Mammal Vocalizations 11.3.1 Sirenia and Carnivora 11.3.2 Toothed Whales 11.3.3 Baleen Whales 11.4 Conclusions Acknowledgments References Chapter 12 Tracking and Monitoring Fin Whales Offshore Northwest Spain Using Passive Acoustic Methods 12.1 Introduction 12.1.1 Passive Acoustic Monitoring 12.1.2 Fin Whale Vocalizations 12.1.3 Data Available for This Study 12.2 Methods 12.2.1 Call Detection 12.2.2 Delay Estimation 12.2.3 Localization and Tracking 12.2.4 Kalman Filter 12.3 Results 12.3.1 Detections 12.3.2 Localization 12.3.3 Tracking 12.4 Discussion 12.5 Conclusions Acknowledgments References Chapter 13 Noise From Marine Traffic 13.1 Introduction 13.2 Underwater Radiated Noise 13.2.1 Sources of Shipping Noise 13.2.2 Measuring Radiated Noise 13.2.3 Modeling Underwater Radiated Noise 13.3 Noise Mapping 13.3.1 Modeling Shipping Contributions 13.3.2 Source Properties 13.3.3 Acoustic Propagation 13.3.4 Noise-Mapping Applications 13.4 Conclusion Acknowledgments References Chapter 14 Tracking Multiple Underwater Vessels With Passive Sonar Using Beamforming and a Trajectory PHD Filter 14.1 Introduction 14.2 Narrow-Band Signal Model 14.3 Detection via Beamforming and CA-CFAR 14.3.1 CBF 14.3.2 CA-CFAR 14.4 T
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    Call number: 10.1144/SP523
    In: Special publications / the Geological Society, London, Volume 523
    Description / Table of Contents: Straits & seaways are the key features that connect oceans, seas & lakes. They regulate water, sediment & biota exchanges, & influence local & global climate. A good understanding of the evolution of straits & seaways is therefore fundamental to accurately reconstruct the palaeogeography, tectonics, palaeoecology & stratigraphy of interconnected basins, the climate dynamics of Earth's past as well as to exploit conventional & renewable energy resources. This volume provides a collection of articles dealing with both ancient & modern case studies, bringing together different but complementary disciplines, such as marine geology, process sedimentology & stratigraphy. With the contents encompassing the evolution, geomorphology, stratigraphy, sedimentology, oceanography & palaeogeography of straits & seaways, & their influence on climate, the book will be of interest to Earth scientists
    Type of Medium: 12
    Pages: 1 Online-Ressource (vi, 530 Seiten) , Illustrationen, Diagramme, Karten
    ISBN: 178620570X , 9781786205704 , 978-1-78620-570-4
    Series Statement: Special publications / the Geological Society, London 523
    Language: English
    Note: Title description Full Access22 March 2023 About this title - Straits and Seaways: Controls, Processes and Implications in Modern and Ancient Systems V. M. Rossi, S. G. Longhitano, C. Olariu, and F. L. Chiocci https://doi.org/10.1144/SP523 Introduction Full Access20 January 2023 Straits and seaways: controls, processes and implications in modern and ancient systems Valentina Marzia Rossi, Sergio G. Longhitano, Cornel Olariu, and Francesco L. Chiocci https://doi.org/10.1144/SP523-2022-271 Articles Open Access8 March 2022 A review of the morphology, physical processes and deposits of modern straits Robert W. Dalrymple https://doi.org/10.1144/SP523-2021-76 Open Access11 January 2023 Straits and seaways: end members within the continuous spectrum of the dynamic connection between basins Valentina Marzia Rossi, Sergio G. Longhitano, Cornel Olariu, and Francesco L. Chiocci https://doi.org/10.1144/SP523-2022-159 Full Access3 February 2022 The dire straits of Paratethys: gateways to the anoxic giant of Eurasia Dan V. Palcu and Wout Krijgsman https://doi.org/10.1144/SP523-2021-73 Full Access20 January 2022 The opening and closure of oceanic seaways during the Cenozoic: pacemaker of global climate change? André Bahr, Stefanie Kaboth-Bahr, and Cyrus Karas https://doi.org/10.1144/SP523-2021-54 Open Access7 December 2022 A shallow-water dunefield in a microtidal, wind-dominated strait (Stintino, NW Sardinia, Italy) S. Andreucci, A. Santonastaso, M. De Luca, S. Cappucci, A. Cucco, G. Quattrocchi, and V. Pascucci https://doi.org/10.1144/SP523-2021-188 Full Access17 October 2022 Bedforms of Bonifacio Strait (Western Mediterranean): hydrodynamics, coastal outline, supply and sediment distribution Giacomo Deiana, Valentino Demurtas, and Paolo Emanuele Orrù https://doi.org/10.1144/SP523-2022-10 Full Access20 January 2022 Morphology and Late Pleistocene–Holocene sedimentation of the Strait of Istanbul (Bosphorus): a review M. Namık Çağatay, K. Kadir Eriş, and Zeynep Erdem https://doi.org/10.1144/SP523-2021-48 Full Access27 January 2022 Large- and medium-scale morphosedimentary features of the Messina Strait: insights into bottom-current-controlled sedimentation and interaction with downslope processes E. Martorelli, D. Casalbore, F. Falcini, A. Bosman, F. G. Falese, and F. L. Chiocci https://doi.org/10.1144/SP523-2021-77 Full Access8 December 2022 Grain-size analysis of the Late Pleistocene sediments in the Corinth Rift: insights into strait-influenced hydrodynamics and provenance of an active rift basin Wenjun Kang, Shunli Li, Robert L. Gawthorpe, Mary Ford, Richard E. Ll. Collier, Xinghe Yu, Liliane Janikian, Casey W. Nixon, Romain Hemelsdaël, Spyros Sergiou, Jack Gillespie,... https://doi.org/10.1144/SP523-2022-166 Full Access26 April 2022 Stratigraphic architecture, sedimentology and structure of the Middle Pleistocene Corinth Canal (Greece) Basile Caterina, Romain Rubi, and Aurélia Hubert-Ferrari https://doi.org/10.1144/SP523-2021-143 Full Access18 May 2022 Channel, dune and sand sheet architectures of a strait-adjacent delta, Rifian Corridor, Morocco Daan Beelen, Lesli Joy Wood, Mohamed Najib Zaghloul, Sebastian Cardona, and Michiel Arts https://doi.org/10.1144/SP523-2021-49 Open Access11 October 2022 A new interpretation for the Pliensbachian Cook Formation (northern North Sea) as north–south-prograding tidal deltas and shelf ridges in the Early Jurassic Seaway: new model of linkage to the Norwegian Sea Atle Folkestad and Ronald J. Steel https://doi.org/10.1144/SP523-2021-75 Full Access17 January 2022 Early Pliocene marine transgression into the lower Colorado River valley, southwestern USA, by re-flooding of a former tidal strait Rebecca J. Dorsey, Juan Carlos Braga, Kevin Gardner, Kristin McDougall, and Brennan O'Connell https://doi.org/10.1144/SP523-2021-57 Full Access20 May 2022 Palaeostrait tectonosedimentary facies during late Cenozoic microplate rifting and dispersal in the western Mediterranean William Cavazza and Sergio G. Longhitano https://doi.org/10.1144/SP523-2021-95 Full Access8 March 2022 Sedimentary dynamics and topographic controls on the tidal-dominated Zagra Strait, Early Tortonian, Betic Cordillera, Spain Ángel Puga-Bernabéu, Juan Carlos Braga, Julio Aguirre, and José Manuel Martín https://doi.org/10.1144/SP523-2021-85 Full Access26 January 2022 Tectonic control on the palaeogeographical evolution of the Miocene Seaway along the Western Alpine foreland basin Amir Kalifi, Philippe Sorrel, Philippe-Hervé Leloup, Albert Galy, Vincenzo Spina, Bastien Huet, Séverine Russo, Bernard Pittet, and Jean-Loup Rubino https://doi.org/10.1144/SP523-2021-78 Full Access28 November 2022 Facies partitioning of fluvial, wave, and tidal influences across the shoreline-to-shelf architecture in the Western Interior Campanian Seaway, USA Keith P. Minor, Anton Wroblewski, Ronald J. Steel, Cornel Olariu, and Jeff P. Crabaugh https://doi.org/10.1144/SP523-2022-11
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    Call number: https://doi.org/10.1144/SP526
    In: Special publications / the Geological Society, London, Volume 526
    Description / Table of Contents: Metals and minerals are essential for improving the quality of our lives, for new green energy technologies, and for a sustainable environment. This book addresses challenges in meeting the future demand for metals and minerals and presents results from ongoing research, surveying, exploration and exploitation of key minerals needed to supply the green and sustainable societies of the future.
    Type of Medium: 12
    Pages: 1 Online-Ressources (vi, 346 Seiten) , Illustrationen, Karten, Diagramme
    ISBN: 9781786205735 , 1786205734
    Series Statement: Special publications / the Geological Society, London 526
    Language: English
    Note: Title description Full Access10 June 2023 About this title - The Green Stone Age: Exploration and Exploitation of Minerals for Green Technologies M. Smelror, K. Hanghøj, and H. Schiellerup https://doi.org/10.1144/SP526 Introduction Open Access5 May 2023 Entering the Green Stone Age – introduction Morten Smelror, Karen Hanghøj, and Henrik Schiellerup https://doi.org/10.1144/SP526-2022-312 The path to zero: how geology is part of the solution Open Access25 May 2022 Minerals for future technologies: how Germany copes with challenges Ralph Watzel https://doi.org/10.1144/SP526-2022-12 Open Access15 July 2022 Public geoscience solutions for diversifying Canada's critical mineral production Michael G. Gadd, Christopher J. M. Lawley, Louise Corriveau, Michel Houlé, Jan M. Peter, Alain Plouffe, Eric Potter, Anne-Aurélie Sappin, Jean-Luc Pilote, Geneviève Marquis, and Daniel Lebel https://doi.org/10.1144/SP526-2021-190 Open Access30 January 2023 European mineral intelligence – collecting, harmonizing and sharing data on European raw materials Lisbeth Flindt Jørgensen, Antje Wittenberg, Eimear Deady, Špela Kumelj, and Jørgen Tulstrup https://doi.org/10.1144/SP526-2022-179 Full Access2 March 2023 Afghanistan's mineral fortune: prospects for fuelling a green transition? Thomas N. Hale and Saleem H. Ali https://doi.org/10.1144/SP526-2022-46 Open Access2 March 2023 Critical metals and minerals in the Nordic countries of Europe: diversity of mineralization and green energy potential Erik Jonsson, Tuomo Törmänen, Jakob Kløve Keiding, Terje Bjerkgård, Pasi Eilu, Jussi Pokki, Håvard Gautneb, Helge Reginiussen, Diogo Rosa, Martiya Sadeghi,... https://doi.org/10.1144/SP526-2022-55 Full Access27 January 2023 Critical and energy transition minerals in Argentina: mineral potential and challenges for strengthening public institutions Diego I. Murguía and Ana Elizabeth Bastida https://doi.org/10.1144/SP526-2022-172 Open Access17 April 2023 Digging our way to a Just Transition Eoin McGrath, Eoin O'Donnell, and Koen Torremans https://doi.org/10.1144/SP526-2022-201 Exploration for critical minerals Open Access4 July 2022 New models to aid the discovery of critical raw material deposits for the Green Stone Age Anna Bidgood and Murray Hitzman https://doi.org/10.1144/SP526-2022-79 Open Access27 May 2022 GREENPEG – exploration for pegmatite minerals to feed the energy transition: first steps towards the Green Stone Age Axel Müller, Wolfgang Reimer, Frances Wall, Ben Williamson, Julian Menuge, Marco Brönner, Claudia Haase, Klaus Brauch, Claudia Pohl, Alexandre Lima, Ana Teodoro,... https://doi.org/10.1144/SP526-2021-189 Full Access19 May 2022 The potential for REEs in igneous-related apatite deposits in Europe Sophie Decrée, Nolwenn Coint, Vinciane Debaille, Graham Hagen-Peter, Thierry Leduc, and Henrik Schiellerup https://doi.org/10.1144/SP526-2021-175 Open Access20 May 2022 A step towards meeting battery raw material demand: the geology and exploration of graphite deposits, examples from northern Norway Håvard Gautneb, Jan Steinar Rønning, and Bjørn Eskil Larsen https://doi.org/10.1144/SP526-2021-180 Full Access16 May 2022 Exploration and mining perspectives of the critical elements for green technologies in Ukraine Volodymyr A. Mykhailov, Oleksandr V. Hrinchenko, and Boris I. Malyuk https://doi.org/10.1144/SP526-2021-133 Exploration frontiers: seabed mineral deposits Full Access27 January 2023 MINDeSEA: exploring seabed mineral deposits in European seas, metallogeny and geological potential for strategic and critical raw materials Francisco J. González, Teresa Medialdea, Henrik Schiellerup, Irene Zananiri, Pedro Ferreira, Luis Somoza, Xavier Monteys, Trevor Alcorn, Egidio Marino, Ana B. Lobato,... https://doi.org/10.1144/SP526-2022-150 Full Access18 July 2022 Marine minerals’ role in future holistic mineral resource management Steinar Løve Ellefmo, Nicole Aberle, Verena Hagspiel, Mats Ingulstad, and Kurt Aasly https://doi.org/10.1144/SP526-2022-30
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    Call number: 10.1144/SP532
    In: Special publications / the Geological Society, London, Volume 532
    Description / Table of Contents: The Ordovician is one of the longest and geologically most active periods in Phanerozoic history. The unique Ordovician biodiversifications established modern marine ecosystems, whereas the first plants originated on land. The two volumes cover all key topics on Ordovician research and provide a review of Ordovician successions across the globe.
    Type of Medium: 12
    Pages: 1 Online Ressource (vi, 514 Seiten) , Illustrationen, Karten
    ISBN: 9781786209733
    Series Statement: Geological Society special publication 532
    Language: English
    Note: Title description Full Access10 May 2023 About this title - A Global Synthesis of the Ordovician System: Part 1 D. A. T. Harper, B. Lefebvre, I. G. Percival, and T. Servais https://doi.org/10.1144/SP532 Introduction Full Access10 March 2023 The Ordovician System: Key concepts, events and its distribution across Europe David A. T. Harper, Bertrand Lefebvre, Ian G. Percival, and Thomas Servais https://doi.org/10.1144/SP532-2023-8 Conceptualizing the Ordovician Period Open Access24 January 2023 A short history of the Ordovician System: from overlapping unit stratotypes to global stratotype sections and points David A. T. Harper, Tõnu Meidla, and Thomas Servais https://doi.org/10.1144/SP532-2022-285 Open Access15 December 2022 Ordovician biostratigraphy: index fossils, biozones and correlation Daniel Goldman, Stephen A. Leslie, Yan Liang, and Stig M. Bergström https://doi.org/10.1144/SP532-2022-49 Open Access9 January 2023 Ordovician cyclostratigraphy and astrochronology Matthias Sinnesael https://doi.org/10.1144/SP532-2022-31 Full Access3 March 2023 Ordovician tephra distribution, tephrochronology and geochronology Patrick I. McLaughlin, Leon Normore, Bryan K. Sell, and Jahandar Ramezani https://doi.org/10.1144/SP532-2022-267 Full Access28 February 2023 Ordovician plate tectonic and palaeogeographical maps Christopher R. Scotese https://doi.org/10.1144/SP532-2022-311 Full Access10 March 2023 Changing palaeobiogeography during the Ordovician Period Thomas Servais, David A. T. Harper, Björn Kröger, Christopher Scotese, Alycia L. Stigall, and Yong-Yi Zhen https://doi.org/10.1144/SP532-2022-168 Full Access20 January 2023 Seawater signatures of Ordovician climate and environment Seth A. Young, Cole T. Edwards, Leho Ainsaar, Anders Lindskog, and Matthew R. Saltzman https://doi.org/10.1144/SP532-2022-258 Full Access15 December 2022 The Ordovician ocean circulation: a modern synthesis based on data and models Alexandre Pohl, Elise Nardin, Thijs R. A. Vandenbroucke, and Yannick Donnadieu https://doi.org/10.1144/SP532-2022-1 Open Access10 November 2022 Terrestrialization in the Ordovician Charles H. Wellman, Borja Cascales-Miñana, and Thomas Servais https://doi.org/10.1144/SP532-2022-92 The Ordovician System in Europe Open Access8 February 2023 A synopsis of the Ordovician System in its birthplace – Britain and Ireland Stewart G. Molyneux, David A. T. Harper, Mark R. Cooper, Steven Philip Hollis, Robert J. Raine, Adrian W. A. Rushton, M. Paul Smith, Philip Stone, Mark Williams, ... https://doi.org/10.1144/SP532-2022-235 Open Access18 January 2023 The Ordovician of Scandinavia: a revised regional stage classification Arne Thorshøj Nielsen, Per Ahlberg, Jan Ove R. Ebbestad, Øyvind Hammer, David Alexander Taylor Harper, Anders Lindskog, Christian Mac Ørum Rasmussen, and Svend Stouge https://doi.org/10.1144/SP532-2022-157 Open Access18 November 2022 Ordovician of the Eastern Baltic palaeobasin and the Tornquist Sea margin of Baltica Tõnu Meidla, Leho Ainsaar, Olle Hints, and Sigitas Radzevičius https://doi.org/10.1144/SP532-2022-141 Full Access6 December 2022 Stratigraphy and Sedimentary Record of the Ordovician System in Poland: a Review Wiesław Trela https://doi.org/10.1144/SP532-2022-109 Full Access14 February 2023 The Ordovician of France and neighbouring areas of Belgium and Germany Bertrand Lefebvre, J. Javier Álvaro, Josep Maria Casas, Jean-François Ghienne, Alain Herbosch, Alfredo Loi, Eric Monceret, Jacques Verniers, Muriel Vidal, Daniel Vizcaïno, and Thomas Servais https://doi.org/10.1144/SP532-2022-268 Full Access24 November 2022 The Ordovician of Sardinia (Italy): from the ‘Sardic Phase’ to the end-Ordovician glaciation, palaeogeography and geodynamic context Alfredo Loi, Fabrizio Cocco, Giacomo Oggiano, Antonio Funedda, Muriel Vidal, Annalisa Ferretti, Francesco Leone, Sebastiano Barca, Stefano Naitza, Jean-François Ghienne, and Gian Luigi Pillola https://doi.org/10.1144/SP532-2022-121 Full Access8 February 2023 Ordovician of the Bohemian Massif Petr Kraft, Ulf Linnemann, Michal Mergl, Jana Bruthansová, Lukáš Laibl, and Gerd Geyer https://doi.org/10.1144/SP532-2022-191 Full Access16 January 2023 A global view on the Ordovician stratigraphy of southeastern Europe Annalisa Ferretti, Hans Peter Schönlaub, Valeri Sachanski, Gabriella Bagnoli, Enrico Serpagli, Gian Battista Vai, Slavcho Yanev, Miloš Radonjić, Constantin Balica, Luca Bianchini, ... https://doi.org/10.1144/SP532-2022-174
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    Call number: 10.1144/SP533
    In: Special publications / the Geological Society, London, Volume 533
    Description / Table of Contents: The Ordovician is one of the longest and geologically most active periods in Phanerozoic history. The unique Ordovician biodiversifications established modern marine ecosystems, whereas the first plants originated on land. The two volumes cover all key topics on Ordovician research and provide a review of Ordovician successions across the globe.
    Type of Medium: 12
    Pages: 1 Online Ressource (vi, 618 Seiten) , Illustrationen, Karten
    ISBN: 9781786209740 , 978-1-78620-589-6
    Series Statement: Special publications / the Geological Society, London 533
    Language: English
    Note: About this title - A Global Synthesis of the Ordovician System: Part 2 T. Servais, D. A. T. Harper, B. Lefebvre, and I. G. Percival https://doi.org/10.1144/SP533 Introduction Full Access16 March 2023 A journey through the Ordovician System around the world Thomas Servais, David A. T. Harper, Bertrand Lefebvre, and Ian G. Percival https://doi.org/10.1144/SP533-2023-23 Articles Full Access28 November 2022 Ordovician geology of Alaska Julie A. Dumoulin, Justin V. Strauss, and John E. Repetski https://doi.org/10.1144/SP533-2022-39 Full Access6 February 2023 The Ordovician System in Greenland Svend Stouge, Christian M. Ø. Rasmussen, and David A. T. Harper https://doi.org/10.1144/SP533-2022-193 Full Access20 January 2023 The Ordovician System of Canada: an extensive stratigraphic record of Laurentian shallow water platforms and deep marine basins André Desrochers, Jisuo Jin, and Keith Dewing https://doi.org/10.1144/SP533-2022-151 Full Access1 February 2023 Ordovician of the conterminous United States Patrick I. McLaughlin and Alycia L. Stigall https://doi.org/10.1144/SP533-2022-198 Full Access8 February 2023 Ordovician stratigraphy and biota of Mexico Francisco Javier Cuen-Romero, Blanca Estela Buitrón-Sánchez, Matilde S. Beresi, Juan J. Palafox-Reyes, and Rogelio Monreal https://doi.org/10.1144/SP533-2022-19 Full Access6 January 2023 The Ordovician of southern South America Beatriz G. Waisfeld, Juan Luis Benedetto, Blanca A. Toro, Gustavo G. Voldman, Claudia V. Rubinstein, Susana Heredia, Mario L. Assine, N. Emilio Vaccari, and Hans Niemeyer https://doi.org/10.1144/SP533-2022-95 Full Access6 February 2023 The Ordovician System of South Africa: a review C. R. Penn-Clarke, C. Browning, and D. A. T. Harper https://doi.org/10.1144/SP533-2022-23 Open Access10 February 2023 The Ordovician record of North and West Africa: unravelling sea-level variations, Gondwana tectonics, and the glacial impact Jean-François Ghienne, Hussein Abdallah, Rémy Deschamps, Michel Guiraud, Juan Carlos Gutiérrez-Marco, Moussa Konaté, Guido Meinhold,… https://doi.org/10.1144/SP533-2022-213 Full Access15 February 2023 The Ordovician System in the Levant region (Middle East) and southern Turkey: review of depositional facies, fauna and stratigraphy Olaf Elicki, Tim Meischner, Semih Gürsu, Jean-François Ghienne, Ahmad Masri, Khaled Ali Moumani, and Huriye Demircan https://doi.org/10.1144/SP533-2022-53 Full Access22 November 2022 The Ordovician of the Middle East (Iran, Afghanistan, Pakistan) Mansoureh Ghobadi Pour and Leonid E. Popov https://doi.org/10.1144/SP533-2022-149 Full Access19 December 2022 The Ordovician of Central Asia (Kyrgyzstan, Uzbekistan and Tajikistan) Mansoureh Ghobadi Pour, Leonid E. Popov, Aleksey I. Kim, Zoja M. Abduazimova, Alexander V. Mikolaichuk, Irina A. Kim, Narima Ospanova, Maya V. Erina,… https://doi.org/10.1144/SP533-2022-52 Full Access1 March 2023 Ordovician of Kazakhstan Leonid Popov, Aidarkhan Zhylkaidarov, Vyacheslav Zhemchuzhnikov, Wladimir Stepanets, Nina Mikhailovna Gridina, and Rostislav Mikhailovich Antonyuk https://doi.org/10.1144/SP533-2022-245 Full Access6 January 2023 Ordovician strata of the Indian subcontinent Paul M. Myrow, Nigel C. Hughes, and Birendra P. Singh https://doi.org/10.1144/SP533-2022-3 Full Access10 March 2023 Regional synthesis of the Ordovician geology and stratigraphy of China Yuandong Zhang, Renbin Zhan, Yong Yi Zhen, Wenhui Wang, Yan Liang, Xiang Fang, Rongchang Wu, Kui Yan, Junpeng Zhang, and Wenjie Li https://doi.org/10.1144/SP533-2022-128 Full Access5 December 2022 The Ordovician of the Korean Peninsula: a synthesis Jeong-Hyun Lee, Se Hyun Cho, Suk-Joo Choh, Jongsun Hong, Byung-Su Lee, Dong-Chan Lee, Dong-Jin Lee, Seung-Bae Lee, Jino Park, and Jusun Woo https://doi.org/10.1144/SP533-2022-48 Full Access6 February 2023 Ordovician Japan: geotectonic setting and palaeogeography Yukio Isozaki https://doi.org/10.1144/SP533-2022-80 Full Access2 March 2023 Ordovician geology of the Sibumasu Block, SE Asia Sachiko Agematsu and Thura Oo https://doi.org/10.1144/SP533-2022-200 Full Access8 March 2023 Current knowledge of the Ordovician System in Antarctica Ian G. Percival, Richard A. Glen, and Yong Yi Zhen https://doi.org/10.1144/SP533-2022-116 Full Access16 March 2023 The Ordovician System in Australia and New Zealand Ian G. Percival, Yong Yi Zhen, and Leon Normore https://doi.org/10.1144/SP533-2022-265
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  • 8
    Call number: 9783658404673 (e-book)
    Description / Table of Contents: Dieses Buch bietet einen Überblick über ein komplexes, auch an Hochschulen und Forschungseinrichtungen zunehmend sichtbarer werdendes gesellschaftliches Problem: Sexualisierte Belästigung, Diskriminierung und Gewalt (SBDG). Die vielfältigen Aspekte, rechtlichen Fragen und komplexen Erscheinungsformen machen das Thema in einem hierarchischen Umfeld mit vielfach undurchsichtigen Verantwortungsstrukturen zu einer organisationalen und individuellen Herausforderung. 16 Beiträge nehmen die vielfältigen Erscheinungsformen und Ausprägungen als Forschungsgegenstand und Teil des organisationalen Alltags in den Blick. Sie erläutern den Umgang mit SBDG in verschiedenen Kontexten und Räumen in der Wissenschaft aus verschiedenen Perspektiven und informieren über Strukturen zur Prävention. Dieses Werk ist eine orientierende Handreichung für alle, die im universitären und/oder Forschungsbereich arbeiten, Personalverantwortung tragen, die Entwicklung von akademischen Einrichtungen begleiten und nicht zuletzt für all jene, die von sexualisierter Diskriminierung und Gewalt in hochschulischen Kontexten direkt betroffen oder ihr indirekt begegnet sind. Der Inhalt Kritische Perspektiven auf Recht, Struktur und Daten Perspektiven auf spezifische Herausforderungen von Settings und Hochschultypen Perspektiven auf Strukturen, Umgangsweisen und Lösungsansätze Erweiterung der Perspektive Perspektiven internationaler Hochschulkontexte Die Herausgeberinnen Dr. Heike Pantelmann ist Geschäftsführerin des Margherita-von-Brentano-Zentrums für Geschlechterforschung an der Freien Universität Berlin. Sie leitet den Forschungsschwerpunkt Sexualisierte Belästigung, Diskriminierung und Gewalt (SBDG) des Margherita-von-Brentano-Zentrums. Neben der wissenschaftlichen und hochschulpolitischen Arbeit gibt sie Workshops im Themenfeld. Dr. Sabine Blackmore ist langjährige Gleichstellungsakteurin an Berliner Hochschulen sowie Coach und Trainerin für Wissenschaft und Gleichstellung. Sowohl in ihrer hochschulischen Tätigkeit als auch in ihrer jetzigen Tätigkeit als Coach und Trainerin arbeitet Sabine Blackmore vertieft zu dem Thema SBDG im hochschulischen Kontext. Sie berät Hochschulen und Stiftungen und arbeitet mit Führungskräften, Betroffenen und Bystandern.
    Type of Medium: 12
    Pages: 1 Online-Ressource (X, 233 Seiten) , Illustrationen
    Edition: korrigierte Publikation 2023
    ISBN: 9783658404673 , 978-3-658-40467-3
    Language: German
    Note: Inhaltsverzeichnis 1 Einleitung: S(B)DG im Hochschulkontext – Einführung und Überblick / Heike Pantelmann und Sabine Blackmore Teil I Kritische Perspektiven auf Recht, Struktur und Daten 2 „Islands of Empowerment“ – Recht als Instrument der Selbstermächtigung gegen rassistische und sexistische Diskriminierung / Doris Liebscher 3 Nein heißt nein: Universitäre Maßnahmen gegen sexualisierte Belästigung, Diskriminierung und Gewalt. Richtlinien, Beratung, Prävention / Tanja Wälty und Heike Pantelmann 4 International vergleichende Forschung über Formen geschlechtsbezogener Gewalt in Wissenschaftsorganisationen / Anke Lipinsky und Claudia Schredl Teil II Perspektiven auf spezifische Herausforderungen von Settings und Hochschultypen 5 Umgang mit sexualisierter Diskriminierung und Gewalt in der Universitätsmedizin in Theorie und Praxis / Pia Djermester, Sabine C. Jenner und Sabine Oertelt-Prigione 6 Zum Umgang mit Nähe und Distanz – good practice an Musikhochschulen / Birgit Fritzen und Martina Bick 7 Kunst braucht Nähe. Nähe braucht Regeln. Vom professionellen Umgang mit Grenzen in der musikalischen Ausbildung an Musikhochschulen / Antje Kirschning 8 Für ein gutes Miteinander auf See. Eine Initiative zur Prävention von sexualisierten Grenzverletzungen auf Forschungsfahrten / Kristin Hamann, Nikole Lorenz, Catharina Jäcke und Ulrike Schroller-Lomnitz Teil III Perspektiven auf Strukturen, Umgang und Lösungsansätze 9 Die Hochschule – ein möglichst sicherer Ort! Elemente eines Schutzkonzepts zur Prävention von und zum Umgang mit sexualisierter Diskriminierung und Gewalt / Ulrike Richter, Sünne Andresen, Elisa Kassin und Holger Specht 10 „Na, dann brauchen wir wohl einen Workshop oder Coaching …“ – Trainings und Coaching als Instrumente in der hochschulischen Arbeit bei Fällen von sexualisierter Diskriminierung und Gewalt / Sabine Blackmore und Lisa Horvath 11 Beratung bei sexualisierter Belästigung, Diskriminierung und Gewalt: Ein Schulungskonzept für Hochschulen / Brigitte Reysen-Kostudis und Wendy Stollberg 12 Sensibilisierung zum Thema „Sexualisierte Diskriminierung und Gewalt“ im Rahmen der jährlichen Sicherheitsunterweisung nach Arbeitsschutzgesetz – eine präventive Maßnahme / Robin von Both, Britta Bergfeldt und Birgid Langer Teil IV Erweiterung der Perspektive 13 Intersektionalität, Repräsentanz und safer spaces bei sexualisierter Diskriminierung und Gewalt an Hochschulen / Gabriele Rosenstreich 14 Gender.Macht.Wissenschaft – Akademischer Aktivismus. Ein Bericht über aktivistische Schreib- und Arbeitsprozesse / AG Gender.Macht.Wissenschaft Teil V Perspektiven internationaler Hochschulkontexte 15 Tackling Sexual Harassment and Violence in Universities: Seven Lessons from the UK / Alison Phipps 16 Green Tides and Pink Glitter: A Brief Account of the 21st-century Feminist Movement in Mexican Higher Education / Kenya Herrera Bórquez 17 Sexual Violence in the University Environment in Mexico: Some Reflections on its Manifestations and its Relationship with Feminist Activism / Daniela Cerva Cerna und Marcela Suárez Estrada Erratum zu: Zum Umgang mit Nähe und Distanz – good practice an Musikhochschulen / Birgit Fritzen und Martina Bick
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  • 9
    Call number: https://doi.org/10.1515/9783110769043
    Type of Medium: 12
    Pages: 1 Online-Ressource (1004 Seiten)
    Edition: 7., völlig neu gefasste Ausgabe
    ISBN: 9783110769043 , 9783110769081 , 3110769042
    Language: German
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  • 10
    Call number: doi.org/10.1144/SP515 (e-book)
    In: Special publications / the Geological Society, London, Volume 515
    Description / Table of Contents: The Quaternary Period in South Asia has a very prolonged and diverse history. Within this region, India represents various technological and cultural phases of hominin occupation adapting to different ecological zones throughout the Quaternary Period. The earliest records of this occupation can be traced back to 1.5 Ma ago and possibly to c. 2 Ma ago. Archaeological evidence has been reported from all known phases in India, showing a continuous record of occupation from the Early Pleistocene onwards and reflecting adaptation by multiple hominin species over time. This book aims to highlight recent advances in the Quaternary geoarchaeology by showcasing diverse methods such as archaeology, geology, palaeoclimatology, sedimentology, GIS, remote sensing and taphonomy. It presents a collection of papers that address various geoarchaeological aspects from different regions in India, within the time frame of the Early Pleistocene to Anthropocene. This volume provides an opportunity for new data to be disseminated, particularly by young researchers and, within the framework of worldwide research issues, it promotes new geoarchaeological perspectives from India.
    Type of Medium: 12
    Pages: 1 Online Ressource (vi, 367 Seiten) , Illustrationen, Diagramme, Karten
    ISBN: 9781786205483 , 978-1-78620-548-3
    Series Statement: Special publications / the Geological Society, London 515
    Language: English
    Note: About this title - Quaternary Geoarchaeology of India N. Tiwari, V. Singh, and S. B. Mehra https://doi.org/10.1144/SP515 Introduction Full Access22 December 2022 An introduction to Quaternary geoarchaeology of India Nupur Tiwari, Vivek Singh, and Shashi B. Mehra https://doi.org/10.1144/SP515-2022-218 Landscape geoarchaeology Full Access16 July 2021 Acheulian artefacts and tephra from Upland Western Maharashtra (Deccan Volcanic Province), Peninsular India Sushama G. Deo, Andre Baptista, and Sharad N. Rajaguru https://doi.org/10.1144/SP515-2020-208 Spatial distribution of Palaeolithic sites in relation to raw material sources in the central Narmada Valley, India Full Access26 May 2021 Vivek Singh https://doi.org/10.1144/SP515-2020-199 Absence does not mean absence: modern-day land use and the visibility of the archaeological record (the Kibbanahalli Palaeolithic Complex, southern India) Full Access26 May 2021 Akash Srinivas https://doi.org/10.1144/SP515-2020-76 Doma: a new multi-technological lithic occurrence in the Lower Son Valley (north-central India) and its regional context Full Access18 June 2021 Shashi B. Mehra https://doi.org/10.1144/SP515-2020-205 Palaeolithic assemblages associated with Youngest Toba Tuff deposits from the upper Gundlakamma River basin, Andhra Pradesh, India Full Access20 January 2022 Devara Anil, Ajithprasad Pottentavida, and Vrushab Mahesh https://doi.org/10.1144/SP515-2020-187 Late Pleistocene microlithic industries in the Ayodhya Hills, Purulia, West Bengal: insights from geoarchaeological exploration Full Access1 July 2021 Bishnupriya Basak, Sujit Dasgupta, and Ashis K. Paul https://doi.org/10.1144/SP515-2020-181 Understanding geo-archaeology in Trans-Himalaya: a case study based on lithic assemblages from Dzamathang, Spiti Valley, Himachal Pradesh, India Full Access30 November 2021 Ekta Singh, Raman Patel, and Rakesh Chandra Bhatt https://doi.org/10.1144/SP515-2020-108 New evidence of Neolithic industries from the West Garo Hills, northeastern India Full Access28 November 2022 Tosabanta Padhan https://doi.org/10.1144/SP515-2020-203 Applications in geoarchaeology Full Access20 December 2022 New field observations on the Quaternary geology and vertebrate palaeontological occurrences in the Narsinghpur region of Narmada valley (central India) Ravish Lal, Tosabanta Padhan, Bharti Jangra, Parth R. Chauhan, Shivam Sahu, and Rajeev Patnaik https://doi.org/10.1144/SP515-2020-243 Prehistoric landscapes, humans and ostriches: highlighting geoarchaeological issues in the Tapi Basin of Maharashtra (west-central India) – a multidisciplinary approach Full Access11 October 2021 Prabhin Sukumaran, Hong-Chun Li, Jih-Pai Lin, and Parth R. Chauhan https://doi.org/10.1144/SP515-2020-206 Microlithic occurrences associated with sediments dated to terminal Pleistocene–Late Holocene in the central Narmada Basin, Madhya Pradesh, India Full Access9 November 2022 Nupur Tiwari, P. Morthekai, K. Krishnan, and Parth R. Chauhan https://doi.org/10.1144/SP515-2022-153 Late Holocene climate variability and its impact on cultural dynamics in central India Full Access22 August 2022 Diptimayee Behera, Praveen K. Mishra, Pandurang Sabale, Sharmila Bhattacharya, and Ambili Anoop https://doi.org/10.1144/SP515-2020-220 New insights into the geological evolution of palaeorivers and their relationship to the Indus Civilization and Early Historic settlements on the plains of Haryana, NW India Full Access4 November 2021 Apurva Alok, N. C. Pant, Kaushik Das, Y. Tsutsumi, C. A. Petrie, Pankaj Kumar, Sundeep Chopra, H. S. Saini, and Abul Amir Khan https://doi.org/10.1144/SP515-2020-161 Reviews Chrono-contextual issues at open-air Pleistocene vertebrate fossil sites of central and peninsular India and implications for Indian palaeoanthropology Full Access23 September 2022 Parth R. Chauhan https://doi.org/10.1144/SP515-2021-29 Interrelation between Palaeolithic and faunal remains in the central Narmada Valley, India Full Access27 September 2022 Bharti Jangra and Vivek Singh https://doi.org/10.1144/SP515-2022-105 Scratching the surface(s): examining the complexity of geological contexts for the Palaeolithic of the Sonar Basin, Madhya Pradesh Full Access9 March 2022 Yezad Pardiwalla https://doi.org/10.1144/SP515-2020-234 A review of Palaeolithic sites associated with gravel deposits in India Full Access22 April 2022 Anubhav Preet Kaur https://doi.org/10.1144/SP515-2020-196 Human–environment interactions during the mid-late Holocene and the Anthropocene – lessons from NW Indian plains and Bengal Delta Full Access26 October 2021 Yama Dixit and Sravani Biswas https://doi.org/10.1144/SP515-2020-122 Geoarchaeology in India in the 21st Century: an Outsider's Perspective Full Access3 June 2021 Robin Dennell https://doi.org/10.1144/SP515-2020-202 Retraction Late Quaternary sediments dated to between 12.5 and 2.3 ka and associated microlithic occurrences in the central Narmada Basin, Madhya Pradesh, India Full Access14 July 2021 Nupur Tiwari, P. Morthekai, K. Krishnan, and Parth R. Chauhan https://doi.org/10.1144/SP515-2020-216
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    Call number: 10.1144/SP535-2022-216
    In: Special publications / the Geological Society, London, Volume 535
    Description / Table of Contents: The Middle through Late Pennsylvanian was a time of ice ages, climate dynamics and a turning point in terrestrial biotic evolution. This provides a laboratory for studying changes in a glacial world. This book focuses on a dynamic Late Pennsylvanian world that bears close comparison to the late Cenozoic world.
    Type of Medium: 12
    Pages: 1 Online-Ressource (vi, 505 Seiten) , Illustrationen, Diagramme, Karten
    ISBN: 9781786205919 , 978-1-78620-591-9
    Series Statement: Special publications / the Geological Society, London 535
    Language: English
    Note: About this title - Ice Ages, Climate Dynamics and Biotic Events: the Late Pennsylvanian World S. G. Lucas, W. A. DiMichele, S. Opluštil, and X. Wang https://doi.org/10.1144/SP535 Introduction Full Access24 March 2023 An introduction to ice ages, climate dynamics and biotic events: the Late Pennsylvanian world Spencer G. Lucas, William A. DiMichele, Stanislav Opluštil, and Xiangdong Wang https://doi.org/10.1144/SP535-2022-334 Timescale Full Access16 February 2023 Timescale for the Kasimovian Stage Xiangdong Wang, Keyi Hu, and Ying Li https://doi.org/10.1144/SP535-2022-260 The Cantabrian Stage Open Access23 January 2023 The challenge of relating the Kasimovian to west European chronostratigraphy: a critical review of the Cantabrian and Barruelian substages of the Stephanian Stage John A. Knight, Christopher J. Cleal, and Carmen Álvarez-Vázquez https://doi.org/10.1144/SP535-2022-189 Full Access16 February 2023 The Cantabrian Substage should be abandoned: revised chronostratigraphy of the Middle–Late Pennsylvanian boundary W. John Nelson, Spencer G. Lucas, and Scott D. Elrick https://doi.org/10.1144/SP535-2022-252 Full Access21 March 2023 Pennsylvanian-age plant macrofossil biostratigraphy in tropical Pangaea: uniformitarianism, catastrophes and the ‘Cantabrian’ problem Hermann W. Pfefferkorn https://doi.org/10.1144/SP535-2022-282 Geological context Full Access8 March 2023 Pennsylvanian glacial cycles in western Gondwana: an overview Roberto Iannuzzi, Mercedes M. di Pasquo, Fernando F. Vesely, Claiton M. S. Scherer, Luiz S. Andrade, Thammy Mottin, and Carrel Kifumbi https://doi.org/10.1144/SP535-2022-342 Full Access8 March 2023 A Carboniferous apex for the late Paleozoic icehouse N. Griffis, R. Mundil, I. Montañez, D. Le Heron, P. Dietrich, and R. Iannuzzi https://doi.org/10.1144/SP535-2022-256 Full Access10 January 2023 North American Midcontinent Pennsylvanian cyclothems and their implications Philip H. Heckel https://doi.org/10.1144/SP535-2022-182 Full Access16 February 2023 A global perspective of soil-forming conditions during the Late Pennsylvanian: potential stochastic forcing by geosphere–biosphere carbon pools Erik L. Gulbranson and Neil J. Tabor https://doi.org/10.1144/SP535-2022-279 Open Access9 January 2023 Dust and loess as archives and agents of climate and climate change in the late Paleozoic Earth system Gerilyn S. Soreghan, Nicholas G. Heavens, Lily S. Pfeifer, and Michael J. Soreghan https://doi.org/10.1144/SP535-2022-208 Full Access11 January 2023 Middle–Late Pennsylvanian tectonosedimentary, climatic and biotic records in basins of Europe, NW Turkey and North Africa: an overview Stanislav Opluštil and Joerg W. Schneider https://doi.org/10.1144/SP535-2022-215 Palaeobotany Full Access25 January 2023 Kasimovian floristic change in tropical wetlands and the Middle–Late Pennsylvanian Boundary Event William A. DiMichele, Cortland F. Eble, Hermann W. Pfefferkorn, Scott D. Elrick, W. John Nelson, and Spencer G. Lucas https://doi.org/10.1144/SP535-2022-228 Full Access27 February 2023 Vegetational change during the Middle–Late Pennsylvanian transition in western Pangaea Sandra Schachat, Andrés Baresch, Thu Bui, Howard J. Falcon-Lang, Dan S. Chaney, W. John Nelson, Scott D. Elrick, Hans Kerp, Spencer G. Lucas, and William A. DiMichele https://doi.org/10.1144/SP535-2022-281 Open Access1 March 2023 Physiological selectivity and plant–environment feedbacks during Middle and Late Pennsylvanian plant community transitions Jonathan Paul Wilson, Gabriel Oppler, Elizabeth Reikowski, Jessica Smart, Charles Marquardt, and Brian Keller https://doi.org/10.1144/SP535-2022-204 Invertebrate palaeontology Full Access15 December 2022 Evolutionary patterns in Late Pennsylvanian conodonts James E. Barrick, Nicholas J. Hogancamp, and Steven J. Rosscoe https://doi.org/10.1144/SP535-2022-139 Full Access20 January 2023 Biostratigraphy and biofacies of the Kasimovian conodonts from the Shanglong section, South China Keyi Hu, Xiangdong Wang, and Yuping Qi https://doi.org/10.1144/SP535-2022-173 Full Access23 December 2022 Ecological and evolutionary responses of terrestrial arthropods to Middle–Late Pennsylvanian environmental change Michael P. Donovan, Sandra R. Schachat, and Pedro M. Monarrez https://doi.org/10.1144/SP535-2022-209 Vertebrate palaeontology Full Access17 January 2023 Middle to Late Pennsylvanian tetrapod evolution: the Kasimovian bottleneck Spencer G. Lucas https://doi.org/10.1144/SP535-2022-216
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  • 12
    Call number: 9783866487338 (e-book)
    In: World ocean review, 8
    Type of Medium: 12
    Pages: 243 Seiten , Illustrationen
    ISBN: 978-3-86648-733-8 , 9783866487338
    Series Statement: World ocean review 8
    Language: German
    Note: Inhaltsverzeichnis Vorwort Kapitel 1 Dringlichst gesucht – Wege aus der Klimakrise Alarmstufe Rot für Mensch und Natur Lösungen für das Treibhausgas-Problem? CONCLUSIO: Die Klimakrise kennt nur eine Lösung: Treibhausgasneutralität Kapitel 2 Die Rolle des Ozeans im Kohlenstoffkreislauf der Erde Wie der Ozean Kohlendioxid aufnimmt CONCLUSIO: Kohlenstoffspeicher Ozean: Riesig, effizient und in Gefahr 67 Kapitel 3 Das ungenutzte Klimaschutzpotenzial der Ökosysteme an Land Wälder, Wiesen und Böden als Kohlenstoffspeicher CONCLUSIO: Lösungen, die viel zu selten umgesetzt werden Kapitel 4 Marine CDR-Verfahren: Forschung unter Zeit- und Erwartungsdruck Ein Ozean der Möglichkeiten oder gefährlicher Hype? Kapitel 5 Mehr Kohlenstoffeinlagerung in Wiesen und Wäldern des Meeres? Blue Carbon: Ein Lösungsansatz mit doppeltem Nutzen CONCLUSIO: Küstenökosysteme: Marine Kohlenstoffsenke mit unverzichtbaren Zusatzleistungen Kapitel 6 Künstlicher Auftrieb: Die Idee von der Begrünung des Ozeans Eine Anschubhilfe für die biologische Kohlenstoffpumpe CONCLUSIO: Künstlicher Auftrieb – Prädikat: „nur bedingt nützlich“ Kapitel 7 Gezielte Eingriffe in die Meereschemie Alkalinitätserhöhung: Verfahren in den Kinderschuhen CONCLUSIO: Alkalinitätserhöhung – theoretisch verstanden, im Feld jedoch kaum getestet Kapitel 8 Kohlendioxid verpressen tief unter dem Meer Gasspeicherung in Sandsteinschichten und Basaltgestein CONCLUSIO: Kohlendioxidspeicherung unter dem Meer: Ein umstrittenes Verfahren im Aufwind Kapitel 9 Leitprinzipien und Regeln für einen Einsatz mariner CDR-Verfahren Wie regelt man eine verstärkte CO2-Aufnahme des Meeres? CONCLUSIO: Regulierung möglicher CDR-Einsätze: Gebraucht werden klare Strategien und Vorschriften Gesamt-Conclusio Abkürzungen Quellenverzeichnis Mitwirkende Index Partner und Danksagung Abbildungsverzeichnis Impressum .
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    Call number: 9780128188484
    Type of Medium: 12
    Pages: 1 Online-Ressource (xvii, 1088 Seiten) , Illustrationen, Karten
    Edition: Second edition
    ISBN: 978-0-12-818847-7 , 9780128188484 , 978-0-12-818848-4
    Language: English
    Note: Contents Contributors Foreword Preface Acknowledgments 1. Background and Approach / Michael D. Delong, Martin C. Thoms, Timothy D. Jardine, and Arthur C. Benke INTRODUCTION BASIC APPROACH CHAPTER CONTENTS AND BACKGROUND REFERENCES 2. Atlantic Coast Rivers of the Northeastern United States / John K. Jackson, Sally A. Entrekin, Hamish S. Greig, and Allison H. Roy INTRODUCTION KENNEBEC RIVER MERRIMACK RIVER HOUSATONIC RIVER RARITAN RIVER MULLICA RIVER PATUXENT RIVER POTOMAC RIVER ACKNOWLEDGMENTS REFERENCES 3. Atlantic Coast Rivers of the Southeastern United States / Cecil A. Jennings, Elizabeth P. Anderson, Arthur C. Benke, Tom J. Kwak, Mark C. Scott, and Leonard A Smock INTRODUCTION YORK RIVER ROANOKE RIVER GREAT PEE DEE RIVER SANTEE RIVER EDISTO RIVER ALTAMAHA RIVER SATILLA RIVER ST. MARYS RIVER ACKNOWLEDGMENTS REFERENCES 4. Gulf Coast Rivers of the Southeastern United States / G. Milton Ward, Amelia K. Ward, and Phillip M. Harris INTRODUCTION PASCAGOULA RIVER TOMBIGBEE RIVER BLACK WARRIOR RIVER COOSA-TALLAPOOSA RIVERS CONECUH-ESCAMBIA RIVER CHOCTAWHATCHEE RIVER FLINT RIVER CALOOSAHATCHEE RIVER ACKNOWLEDGMENTS REFERENCES 5. Gulf Coast Rivers of the Southwestern United States / Jude A. Benavides, John Karges, Kevin B. Mayes, Hanadi S. Rifai, and Cyndi V. Castro INTRODUCTION PECOS RIVER DEVILS RIVER NUECES RIVER NUECES-RIO GRANDE BASIN SAN MARCOS RIVER TRINITY RIVER SAN JACINTO RIVER NECHES RIVER ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS REFERENCES 6. Rivers of the Lower Mississippi Basin / Clifford A. Ochs, Joseph Baustian, Audrey B. Harrison, Paul Hartfield, Carol Johnston, Catherine A. Justis, Daniel Larsen, Andrew Mickelson, Bryan P. Piazza, and Jonathan J. Spurgeon INTRODUCTION CURRENT RIVER CACHE RIVER HATCHIE RIVER WOLF RIVER OUACHITA RIVER SALINE RIVER BIG SUNFLOWER RIVER ATCHAFALAYA RIVER ACKNOWLEDGMENTS REFERENCES 7. Southern Plains Rivers / Caryn C. Vaughn, Keith B. Gido, Kevin R. Bestgen, Joshuah S. Perkin, and Steven P. Platania INTRODUCTION ARKANSAS RIVER HEADWATERS CANADIAN RIVER HEADWATERS CIMARRON RIVER NINNESCAH RIVER NEOSHO RIVER ILLINOIS RIVER WASHITA RIVER KIAMICHI RIVER ACKNOWLEDGMENTS REFERENCES 8. Upper Mississippi River Basin / Michael D. Delong, Gregory W. Whitledge, Charles H. Theiling, and James T. Lamer INTRODUCTION CHIPPEWA RIVER ROOT RIVER WAPSIPINICON RIVER DES MOINES-SKUNK RIVERS ROCK RIVER SANGAMON RIVER MERAMEC RIVER KASKASKIA RIVER ACKNOWLEDGMENTS REFERENCES 9. Ohio River Basin / David S. White and Susan P. Hendricks INTRODUCTION GREEN RIVER KENTUCKY RIVER GREAT MIAMI RIVER LICKING RIVER SCIOTO RIVER MUSKINGUM RIVER ALLEGHENY RIVER MONONGAHELA RIVER ACKNOWLEDGMENTS REFERENCES 10. Missouri River Basin / David L. Galat, Patrick J. Braaten, Christopher Guy, Christopher Hoagstrom, Travis Horton, David Moser, and Craig Paukert INTRODUCTION MADISON RIVER MILK RIVER CHEYENNE RIVER NIOBRARA RIVER BIG SIOUX RIVER KANSAS RIVER GRAND RIVER OSAGE RIVER ACKNOWLEDGMENTS REFERENCES 11. Colorado River Basin / Anya N. Metcalfe, Jeffrey D. Muehlbauer, Morgan A. Ford, and Theodore A. Kennedy INTRODUCTION GUNNISON RIVER SAN JUAN RIVER VIRGIN RIVER BILL WILLIAMS RIVER BLACK RIVER VERDE RIVER SALT RIVER ACKNOWLEDGMENTS REFERENCES 12. Pacific Coast Rivers of the Coterminous United States / Arthur C. Benke, Vincent H. Resh, Patina K. Mendez, Peter B. Moyle, and Stanley V. Gregory INTRODUCTION SKAGIT RIVER UMPQUA RIVER EEL RIVER RUSSIAN RIVER SANTA ANA RIVER SANTA MARGARITA RIVER ACKNOWLEDGMENTS REFERENCES 13. Columbia River Basin / Jack A. Stanford, Audrey Thompson, Eli Asher, Stanley V. Gregory, Gordon Reeves, Don Ratliff, Nick Bouwes, Christopher Frissell, and Richard N. Williams INTRODUCTION METHOW RIVER WENATCHEE RIVER COWLITZ RIVER SPOKANE RIVER DESCHUTES RIVER JOHN DAY RIVER GRANDE RONDE RIVER CLEARWATER RIVER OWYHEE RIVER ACKNOWLEDGMENTS REFERENCES 14. Great Basin Rivers / Dennis K. Shiozawa, Andrea L. Kokkonen, Peter C. Searle, and Samantha A. Tilden INTRODUCTION CARSON RIVER MARYS RIVER WEBER RIVER PROVO RIVER SPANISH FORK RIVER ACKNOWLEDGMENTS REFERENCES 15. Fraser River Basin / Eduardo G. Martins, Stephen J. Déry, and David A. Patterson INTRODUCTION WEST ROAD (BLACKWATER) RIVER QUESNEL RIVER CHILCOTIN RIVER LILLOOET-HARRISON RIVER ACKNOWLEDGMENTS REFERENCES 16. Pacific Coast Rivers of Canada and Alaska / Alexander M. Milner, Kristin Carpenter, Michael D. Delong, Jonathan Moore, Gordon Reeves, and Ciara Sharpe INTRODUCTION CHILKAT RIVER COPPER RIVER NASS RIVER NUSHAGAK RIVER TAKU RIVER ACKNOWLEDGMENTS REFERENCES 17. Yukon River Basin / Robert C. Bailey and Christopher R. Burn INTRODUCTION TESLIN RIVER PELLY RIVER WHITE RIVER STEWART RIVER PORCUPINE RIVER ACKNOWLEDGMENTS REFERENCES 18. Mackenzie River Basin / Joseph M. Culp, Eric A. Luiker, Robert B. Brua, Jordan L. Musetta-Lambert, Daryl B. Halliwell, and Jennifer Lento INTRODUCTION SMOKY RIVER STEEPBANK RIVER HAY RIVER SOUTH NAHANNI RIVER YELLOWKNIFE RIVER ARCTIC RED RIVER PEEL RIVER ACKNOWLEDGMENTS REFERENCES 19. Nelson and Churchill River Basins / lain Phillips, Timothy D. Jardine, Karl-Erich Lindenschmidt, Cherie Westbrook, and John Pomeroy INTRODUCTION SIBBALD CREEK BOW RIVER BEAVER RIVER OTTER TAIL RIVER QU’APPELLE RIVER DAUPHIN RIVER SMITH CREEK ACKNOWLEDGMENTS REFERENCES 20. Rivers of Arctic North America / Jennifer Lento, Sarah M. Laske, Eric A. Luiker, Joseph M. Culp, Leslie Jones, Christian E. Zimmerman, and Wendy A. Monk INTRODUCTION KOBUK RIVER COLVILLE RIVER THELON RIVER KAZAN RIVER KOROC RIVER NAKVAK BROOK THOMSEN RIVER RUGGLES RIVER ACKNOWLEDGMENTS REFERENCES 21. Atlantic Coast Rivers of Canada / Wendy A. Monk, Michelle A. Gray, James H. McCarthy, Kurt M. Samways, and R. Allen Curry INTRODUCTION CHURCHILL RIVER HUMBER RIVER MARGAREE RIVER BEDEQUE BAY COMPLEX FUNDY COMPLEX CASCAPEDIA RIVER ACKNOWLEDGMENTS REFERENCES 22. St. Lawrence River—Great Lakes Basin / Gary A. Lamberti, Andrew F. Casper, David M. Costello, and David J. Janetski INTRODUCTION AU SABLE RIVER BLACK RIVER CUYAHOGA RIVER MAUMEE RIVER MUSKEGON RIVER ONTONAGON RIVER RIVIERE RICHELIEU RIVIERE SAINT-MAURICE ACKNOWLEDGMENTS REFERENCES 23. Rivers of Mexico / Allison A. Pease, Krista A. Capps, Maria M. Castillo, Dean A. Hendrickson, Manuel Mendoza-Carranza, Rocio Rodiles-Hernandez, Colton Avila, and Topiltzin Contreras-MacBeath INTRODUCTION RIO FUERTE RIO SALADO RIO NAZAS-AGUANAVAL RIO TAMESI RIO BALSAS RIO DE LA SIERRA RIO LACANTUN RIO HONDO ACKNOWLEDGMENTS REFERENCES 24. Rivers of North America: Overview and Future Prospects / J. David Allan, Mary L. Khoury, Michael D. Delong, Timothy D. Jardine, and Arthur C. Benke THE VARIETY OF RIVERS RESTORATION AND RECOVERY OF NORTH AMERICA’S RIVERS CONCLUSION REFERENCES Appendix Glossary Index of Rivers
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    Call number: https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-031-09857-4
    Description / Table of Contents: Part I: Reference Systems and Frames -- Towards an International Height Reference Frame Using Clock Networks -- Towards the realization of the International Height Reference Frame (IHRF) in Argentina -- Comparing Vienna CRF solutions to Gaia-CRF2 -- Co-Location of Space Geodetic Techniques: Studies on Intra-Technique Short Baselines -- Status of IGS Reprocessing Activities at GFZ -- A Wavelet-based Outlier Detection and Noise Component Analysis for GNSS Position Time Series -- Part II: Gravity field modelling -- International Combination Service for Time-variable Gravity Fields (COST-G) – Start of operational phase and future perspectives -- LUH-GRACE2018: a new time series of monthly gravity field solutions from GRACE -- A Precise Geoid Model for Africa: AFRgeo2019 -- Part III: Earth rotation and geodynamics -- A first assessment of the corrections for the consistency of the IAU2000 and IAU2006 precession-nutation models -- Report of the IAU/IAG Joint Working Group on Theory of Earth rotation and validation -- Achievements of the first 4 years of the International Geodynamics and Earth Tide Service (IGETS) 2015 – 2019 -- Inter-comparison of ground gravity and vertical height measurements at collocated IGETS stations -- Part IV: Multi-Signal Positioning, Remote Sensing and Applications -- A Benchmarking Measurement Campaign to Support Ubiquitous Localization in GNSS Denied and Indoor Environments -- A method to correct the raw Doppler observations for GNSS velocity determination -- Assessment of a GNSS/INS/Wi-Fi Tight-Integration Method Using Support Vector Machine and Extended Kalman Filter -- Enhancing navigation in difficult environments with low-cost, dual-frequency GNSS PPP and MEMS IMU -- Part V: Monitoring and Understanding the Dynamic Earth with Geodetic Observations -- Water Depletion and Land Subsidence in Iran using Gravity, GNSS, InSAR and Precise Levelling Data -- Past and future sea level changes and land uplift in the Baltic Sea seen by geodetic observations -- Estimation of Lesser Antilles vertical velocity fields using a GNSS-PPP software comparison -- Time variations of the vertical component in Japanese GEONET GNSS sites -- An approximate method to simulate post-seismic deformations in a realistic Earth model -- Geodetic monitoring of the variable surface 1 deformation in Latin America -- Progress in GTEWS ground displacement measurements and tsunami warning -- Part VI: Geodesy for Atmospheric and Hydrospheric Climate Research (IAG, IAMAS, IACS, IAPSO) -- Characterization of the Upper Atmosphere from Neutral and Electron Density Observations -- Tropospheric products from high-level GNSS processing in Latin America -- Can vertical GPS displacements serve as proxies for climate variability in North America? -- Tracking Hurricanes using GPS atmospheric precipitable water vapor field -- Continuous monitoring with a superconducting gravimeter as a proxy for water storage changes in a mountain catchment -- Least-Squares Spectral and Coherency Analysis of the Zenith Total Delay Time Series at SuomiNet Station SA56 (UNB2).
    Description / Table of Contents: This open access book contains 30 peer-reviewed papers based on presentations at the 27th General Assembly of the International Union of Geodesy and Geophysics (IUGG). The meeting was held from July 8 to 18, 2019 in Montreal, Canada, with the theme being the celebration of the centennial of the establishment of the IUGG. The centennial was also a good opportunity to look forward to the next century, as reflected in the title of this volume. The papers in this volume represent a cross-section of present activity in geodesy, and highlight the future directions in the field as we begin the second century of the IUGG. During the meeting, the International Association of Geodesy (IAG) organized one Union Symposium, 6 IAG Symposia, 7 Joint Symposia with other associations, and 20 business meetings. In addition, IAG co-sponsored 8 Union Symposia and 15 Joint Symposia. In total, 3952 participants registered, 437 of them with IAG priority. In total, there were 234 symposia and 18 Workshops with 4580 presentations, of which 469 were in IAG-associated symposia. .
    Type of Medium: 12
    Pages: 1 Online-Ressource(IX, 286 p. 10 illus.)
    Edition: 1st ed. 2023.
    ISBN: 9783031098574
    Series Statement: International Association of Geodesy Symposia 152
    Language: English
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    Call number: 10.1144/SP520
    In: Special publications / the Geological Society, London, Volume 520
    Description / Table of Contents: This book brings together research, review and methodological papers that provide an updated view on the sedimentary record of volcanism, spanning diverse processes and environments. It aims to bridge the gap between volcanological and sedimentological approaches to the investigation of processes governing the generation, dispersion and accumulation of volcaniclastic deposits.
    Type of Medium: 12
    Pages: 1 Online-Ressource (VI, 673 Seiten) , Illustrationen, Diagramme, Karten
    ISBN: 9781786205667 , 978-1-78620-566-7 , 1786205661
    Series Statement: Special publications / the Geological Society, London 520
    Language: English
    Note: About this title - Volcanic Processes in the Sedimentary Record: When Volcanoes Meet the Environment Full Access12 April 2023 A. Di Capua, R. De Rosa, G. Kereszturi, E. Le Pera, M. Rosi, and S. F. L. Watt https://doi.org/10.1144/SP520 Introduction Full Access3 February 2023 From volcanoes to sedimentary systems Andrea Di Capua, Rosanna De Rosa, Gabor Kereszturi, Emilia Le Pera, Mauro Rosi, and Sebastian F. L. Watt https://doi.org/10.1144/SP520-2022-303 Particle generation and transport in volcanically influenced sedimentary systems Volcanically-derived deposits and sequences: a unified terminological scheme for application in modern and ancient environments Full Access11 October 2022 Andrea Di Capua, Rosanna De Rosa, Gabor Kereszturi, Emilia Le Pera, Mauro Rosi, and Sebastian F. L. Watt https://doi.org/10.1144/SP520-2021-201 Subaerial volcaniclastic deposits – influences of initiation mechanisms and transport behaviour on characteristics and distributions Open Access12 July 2022 Jon J. Major https://doi.org/10.1144/SP520-2021-142 Magma–rock interactions: a review of their influence on magma rising processes with emphasis on short-timescale assimilation of carbonate rocks Full Access31 May 2022 M. Knuever, R. Sulpizio, D. Mele, and A. Costa https://doi.org/10.1144/SP520-2021-177 Sedimentation associated with glaciovolcanism: a review Full Access1 March 2022 John Laidlaw Smellie https://doi.org/10.1144/SP520-2021-135 Volcano-sedimentary processes at Las Derrumbadas rhyolitic twin domes, Serdán-Oriental Basin, Eastern Trans-Mexican Volcanic Belt Full Access31 January 2022 Marie-Noëlle Guilbaud, Corentin Chédeville, Ángel Nahir Molina-Guadarrama, Julio Cesar Pineda-Serrano, and Claus Siebe https://doi.org/10.1144/SP520-2021-144 A channelized debris-avalanche deposit from Pirongia basaltic stratovolcano, New Zealand Full Access17 September 2021 Oliver Emerson McLeod and Adrian Pittari https://doi.org/10.1144/SP520-2020-222 The influence of volcanic supply on the composition of modern river sands: the case study of the Ofanto River, southern Italy Full Access22 November 2021 Mariano Tenuta, Paola Donato, Rocco Dominici, and Rosanna De Rosa https://doi.org/10.1144/SP520-2021-89 Provenance controls on volcaniclastic beach sand: example from the Aeolian archipelago, Mediterranean Sea Full Access18 November 2021 Consuele Morrone, Emilia Le Pera, Kathleen M. Marsaglia, and Rosanna De Rosa https://doi.org/10.1144/SP520-2021-91 Weathering on volcanic edifices under semiarid climates: insights from a regional assessment of the composition of Fogo Island regoliths (Cape Verde) Full Access23 September 2021 Marina Cabral Pinto, Pedro A. Dinis, Denise Pitta Groz, Rosa Marques, Maria Isabel Prudêncio, Rui Moura, Fernando Tavares Rocha, and Eduardo Ferreira da Silva https://doi.org/10.1144/SP520-2021-61 Processes controlling volcanic and epiclastic reservoir formation in a buried polygenetic stratocone Full Access14 December 2021 Alan Bischoff, Jessica Fensom, Huafeng Tang, Marcos Rossetti, and Andrew Nicol https://doi.org/10.1144/SP520-2021-137 Geodynamics and progradation of volcaniclastic sequences through sedimentary systems Temporal and spatial significance of volcanic particles in sand(stone): implications for provenance and palaeotectonic reconstructions Full Access30 August 2022 Salvatore Critelli, Sara Criniti, Raymond V. Ingersoll, and William Cavazza https://doi.org/10.1144/SP520-2022-99 Igneous and sedimentary ‘limestones’: the puzzling challenge of a converging classification Open Access25 November 2021 Francesco Stoppa, Simonetta Cirilli, Andrea Sorci, Sam Broom-Fendley, Claudia Principe, Maria Grazia Perna, and Gianluigi Rosatelli https://doi.org/10.1144/SP520-2021-120 Non-marine environments Controls on sediment distribution in a volcanically-affected basin: insights from the Ethiopian Flood Basalt Province Full Access8 October 2021 Simon R. Passey, Charlotte Elizabeth McLean, and Dereje Ayalew https://doi.org/10.1144/SP520-2021-70 Volcaniclastic sedimentation in a closed, marginal rift basin: the case of the Melka Kunture area (upper Awash, Ethiopia) Full Access23 January 2023 L. Pioli, R. T. Melis, and M. Mussi https://doi.org/10.1144/SP520-2022-158 From ‘source to sink’ to ‘sink to source’: a review of volcanic fluvial and lacustrine successions in Japan Full Access9 January 2023 Kyoko S. Kataoka https://doi.org/10.1144/SP520-2022-171 Assessing woody vegetation recovery in the Rayas River following the eruption of the Chaitén Volcano in 2008 Full Access14 February 2022 Héctor Ulloa, Bruno Mazzorana, Andrés Iroumé, and Susana Paula https://doi.org/10.1144/SP520-2020-261 Volcaniclastic lacustrine sedimentation in the Pleistocene Guayllabamba intermontane basin in the Ecuadorian Andes Full Access11 January 2022 German Martin-Merino, Matteo Roverato, and Rafael Almeida https://doi.org/10.1144/SP520-2021-66 Evidence of the Early Holocene eruptive activity of Volcán de Colima and the 8.2 kyr global climatic event in lacustrine sediments from a debris avalanche-dammed lake Full Access8 October 2021 Lucia Capra, Matteo Roverato, Juan Pablo Bernal, and Abel Cortés https://doi.org/10.1144/SP520-2021-63 Physical and chemical depositional processes when volcanoes meet lacustrine environments: the Cretaceous Imjado Volcanics, Jeungdo, southwestern Korea Full Access23 September 2021 Yong Sik Gihm https://doi.org/10.1144/SP520-2021-65 Marine environments Volcano–air–sea interactions in a coastal tuff ring, Jeju Island, Korea Open Access15 September 2021 Young Kwan Sohn, Chanwoo Sohn, Woo Seok Yoon, Jong Ok Jeong, Seok-Hoon Yoon, and Hyeongseong Cho https://doi.org/10.1144/SP520-2021-52 Volcaniclastic deposits and sedimentation processes around volcanic ocean islands: the central Azores Full Access4 November 2021 Yu-Chun Chang, Neil C. Mitchell, Thor H. Hansteen, Julie C. Schindlbeck-Belo, and Armin Freundt https://doi.org/10.1144/SP520-2021-62 Marine carbonate sedimentation in volcanic settings Full Access30 November 2021 Stephen W. Lokier https://doi.org/10.1144/SP520-2020-251 Tephra layers in the marine environment: a review of properties and emplacement processes Open Access6 December 2021 Armin Freundt, Julie C. Schindlbeck-Belo, Steffen Kutterolf, and Jenni L. Hopkins https://doi.org/10.1144/SP520-2021-50 Environmental responses to eruptions: eruptions, climate and sedimentation Rapid changes from arid to humid conditions during the onset of the Paraná–Etendeka Igneous Province: can volcanic gas emissions from continental flood basalts affect the precipitation regime? Full Access24 September 2021 Vinicius Godoi Pereira da Cruz, Evandro Fernandes de Lima, Lucas de Magalhaes May Rossetti, and Natalia Gauer Pasqualon https://doi.org/10.1144/SP520-2020-176
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    Call number: 10.1144/SP522 (e-book)
    In: Special publications / the Geological Society, London, Volume 522
    Description / Table of Contents: Mesozoic Biological Events and Ecosystems in East Asia covers a wide range of topics, encompassing palaeoenvironments, palaeoecosystems and important vertebrate, invertebrate and plant fossils, some found in amber with excellent preservation of delicate morphological features. Fifty-three authors from a number of different disciplines - geochronology, palaeontology, stratigraphy, sedimentology, tectonics and geochemistry - contribute to the 18 articles in the volume. Well-preserved fossils and rocks continue to be found from marine and terrestrial sediments across East Asia. Over some years, the palaeontological and geological evidence discovered from this region has significantly improved our understanding of Mesozoic environments. In discussing feathered dinosaurs, primitive birds, early mammals, diverse insects, amber inclusions, the oldest-known flowers and research utilizing new, advanced methods, this volume explores Earth's history in even greater detail. What other exciting discoveries are waiting to be unveiled in the future?
    Type of Medium: 12
    Pages: 1 Online-Ressource (329 Seiten) , Illustrationen, Diagramme, Karten
    ISBN: 9781786205681 , 978-1-78620-568-1
    Series Statement: Special publications / the Geological Society, London 522
    Language: English
    Note: About this title - Ichnology in Shallow-marine and Transitional Environments C. Cónsole-Gonella, S. de Valais, I. Díaz-Martínez, P. Citton, M. Verde, and D. McIlroy https://doi.org/10.1144/SP522 Introduction Full Access8 March 2023 The ichnology of shallow-marine and transitional environments Carlos Cónsole-Gonella, Silvina de Valais, Ignacio Díaz-Martínez, Paolo Citton, Mariano Verde, and Duncan McIlroy https://doi.org/10.1144/SP522-2022-344 Articles Full Access22 December 2021 High-resolution geophysical imaging of reptile burrows (San Salvador rock iguana, the Bahamas): implications for ichnology and conservation ecology Ilya V. Buynevich, Thomas A. Rothfus, H. Allen Curran, Hayden A. Thacker, Rosa Peronace, Karen A. Kopcznski, and Perry L. Gnivecki https://doi.org/10.1144/SP522-2021-80 Full Access7 December 2022 The possible actiniarian sea anemone burrow Bergaueria hemispherica from the Pliensbachian (Lower Jurassic) of the Lusitanian Basin (Central Portugal) Carlos Neto de Carvalho and Ricardo Paredes https://doi.org/10.1144/SP522-2022-7 Full Access22 December 2021 Dactyloidites ottoi (Geinitz, 1849) in Bahamian Pleistocene carbonates: a shallowest-marine indicator H. Allen Curran and Bosiljka Glumac https://doi.org/10.1144/SP522-2021-69 Full Access9 February 2022 All post-Cambrian ichnospecies of Psammichnites Torell, 1870 belong to Olivellites Fenton and Fenton, 1937b Pablo J. Pazos and Carolina Gutiérrez https://doi.org/10.1144/SP522-2021-102 Full Access13 May 2022 Bored log-grounds by teredinid bivalves in marine deposits from the Monos Formation (Upper Cretaceous) in central Cuba Jorge Villegas-Martín, Claudia Inés Serrano-Brañas, Reinaldo Rojas-Consuegra, Alberto Arano-Ruiz, Mariano Verde, and Carlos Rafael Borges-Sellen https://doi.org/10.1144/SP522-2021-125 Full Access30 March 2022 Glossifungites suites and tubular tempestites in Devonian shallow-marine deposits from Paraná Basin Daniel Sedorko, Renata G. Netto, Jorge Villegas-Martín, Sudipta Dasgupta, Francisco M. W. Tognoli, Josiane Plantz, Thiago Carelli, and Leonardo Borghi https://doi.org/10.1144/SP522-2021-113 Full Access20 September 2022 Ichnoassemblages from the Wilcox Formation in the Burgos Basin, northeastern Mexico María I. Hernández-Ocaña, Felipe Torres de la Cruz, Elizabeth Chacón Baca, Samuel Eguiluz de Antuñano, and Gabriel Chávez-Cabello https://doi.org/10.1144/SP522-2021-185 Full Access6 March 2023 Ichnological analysis and depositional setting of late Miocene marginal marine deposits from the Tafna Basin (northwestern Algeria) Mostapha Benzina, Amine Cherif, Mohammed Nadir Naimi, Hakim Hebib, and Mustapha Bensalah https://doi.org/10.1144/SP522-2022-275 Full Access1 February 2022 Exotic facies episodes of a carbonate platform: implications for middle and late Cambrian ecosystems and impact of bioturbation in the Alborz Basin, Iran Aram Bayet-Goll, Mehdi Daraei, Gerd Geyer, Carlos Neto de Carvalho, and Nasrin Bahrami https://doi.org/10.1144/SP522-2020-269 Full Access22 November 2022 Departures from the archetypal deltaic ichnofacies James A. MacEachern and Kerrie L. Bann https://doi.org/10.1144/SP522-2022-56 Full Access28 July 2022 Unusual sauropod slipping tracks preserved on a biostabilized tidal flat from the Lower Cretaceous of northern Patagonia, Argentina Arturo M. Heredia, Pablo J. Pazos, and Diana E. Fernández https://doi.org/10.1144/SP522-2021-136 Full Access30 August 2022 Dinosaur tracks in a Cretaceous (lower Albian) braid delta system (Basque–Cantabrian Basin, western Pyrenees): linking trace fossils suites and short-term preservation windows Ignacio Díaz-Martínez, Mikel A. López-Horgue, Luis M. Agirrezabala, Carlos Cónsole-Gonella, and Xabier Pereda-Suberbiola https://doi.org/10.1144/SP522-2021-197 Full Access5 January 2022 Defining the Bemaraha megatracksite: an update on dinosaur ichnology in Madagascar Alexander Wagensommer, Rainer Dolch, Tiana Ratolojanahary, Simon Donato, and Simone D'Orazi Porchetti https://doi.org/10.1144/SP522-2021-86 Full Access27 April 2022 The megatracksite phenomenon: implications for tetrapod palaeobiology across terrestrial-shallow-marine transitional zones Martin G. Lockley and Christian A. Meyer https://doi.org/10.1144/SP522-2021-164
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    Call number: 10.1144/SP495 (e-book)
    In: Special publications / the Geological Society, London, No. 495
    Description / Table of Contents: This volume offers an up-to-date ‘geology-without-borders’ view of the stratigraphy, sedimentology, tectonics and oil-and-gas exploration trends of the entire Atlantic Margin and Barents Sea basin. The challenges associated with data continuity and nomenclature differences across median lines are discussed and mitigated. Examples of under-exploited cross-border plays and discoveries are discussed.
    Type of Medium: 12
    Pages: vi, 320 Seiten , Illustrationen, Diagramme, Karten
    ISBN: 978-1-78620-458-5 , 9781786204585
    ISSN: 0305-8719
    Series Statement: Special publications / the Geological Society, London No. 495
    Language: English
    Note: Contents Acknowledgements Legend for the cover image Chiarella, D., Archer, S. G., Howell, J. A., Jackson, C. A.-L., Kombrink, H. and Patruno, S. / Cross-border subsurface geology in the Atlantic Margin and the Barents Sea: an introduction Tectonic evolution Libak, A., Torabi, A. and Alaei, B. / Normal fault geometric attribute variations with lithology: examples from the Norwegian Barents Sea Anell, I., Indrevær, K. and Serck, C. S. / Influence of structural highs on Triassic deposition on the western Barents Shelf Kristensen, T. B., Rotevatn, A., Marvik, M., Henstra, G. A., Gawthorpe, R. L. and Ravnås, R. / Quantitative analysis of fault-and-fold growth in a transtensional basin: the Sørvestsnaget Basin, Western Barents Sea Trice, R., Hiorth, C. and Holdsworth, R. / Fractured basement play development on the UK and Norwegian rifted margins Millett, J. M., Manton, B. M., Zastrozhnov, D., Planke, S., Maharjan, D., Bellwald, B., Gernigon, L., Faleide, J. I., Jolley, D. W., Walker, F., Abdelmalak, M. M., Jerram, D. A., Myklebust, R., Kjølhamar, B. E., Halliday, J. and Birch-Hawkins, A. / Basin structure and prospectivity of the NE Atlantic volcanic rifted margin: cross-border examples from the Faroe–Shetland, Møre and Southern Vøring basins Stratigraphic, sedimentological and reservoir characterization Jones, G. E. D., Welbon, A. I. F., Mohammadlou, H., Sakharov, A., Ford, J., Needham, T. and Ottesen, C. / Complex stratigraphic fill of a small, confined syn-rift basin: an Upper Jurassic example from offshore mid-Norway Chiarella, D. and Joel, D. / Stratigraphic and sedimentological characterization of the Late Cretaceous post-rift intra Lange Sandstones of the Gimsan Basin and Grinda Graben (Halten Terrace, Norwegian Sea) Walker, F., Schofield, N., Millett, J., Jolley, D., Hole, M. and Stewart, M. / Paleogene volcanic rocks in the northern Faroe–Shetland Basin and Møre Marginal High: understanding lava field stratigraphy Klausen, T. G., Müller, R., Poyatos-Moré, M., Olaussen, S. and Stueland, E. / Tectonic, provenance and sedimentological controls on reservoir characteristics in the Upper Triassic–Middle Jurassic Realgrunnen Subgroup, SW Barents Sea Riis, F. and Wolff, A. / Use of pore pressure data from the Norwegian Continental Shelf to characterize fluid-flow processes in geological timescales Hunt, G. A., Williams, R., Charnock, M. A., Moss, A., Meltveit, J. and Florescu, D. / Geological and petrophysical applications of imaging infrared spectroscopy for mineralogical analysis of core and cuttings: examples from the North Sea, Norwegian Sea and Barents Sea Index
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    Call number: https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-031-25902-9
    Description / Table of Contents: Part I: Terrestrial, Shipboard and Airborne Gravimetry -- Measurement of Absolute Gravity and Deflection of the Vertical at Sea -- Multi-scenario Evaluation of the Direct Method in Strapdown Airborne and Shipborne Gravimetry -- Improving Gravity Estimation Accuracy for the GT-2A Airborne Gravimeter Using Spline-Based Gravity Models -- Gravimetric Studies in the Sea of Japan -- About Identification of Instrument Error Parameters for a Gravity Gradiometer -- Numerical Model of Moving-Base Rotating Accelerometer Gravity Gradiometer -- New Algorithm for Gravity Vector Estimation from Airborne Data Using Spherical Scaling Functions -- Results of Astro-measurements of the Deflection of Vertical Using the New Observation Technique -- Observations with gPhone Gravimeter in Moscow -- Part II: Absolute Gravimetry -- On Uncertainties of Laser Interferometric Absolute Ballistic Gravimeters due to Magnetic Effects in the Free-Fall Gravity Measurements -- Evaluation of Systematic Errors in the Compact Absolute Gravimeter TAG-1 for Network Monitoring of Volcanic Activities -- Design of New Launch and Interferometer Systems for the IMGC-02 Absolute Gravimeter -- Twelve Years of High Frequency Absolute Gravity Measurements at the UK’s Space Geodesy Facility: Systematic Signals and Comparison with SLR Heights -- Part III: Relative Gravimetry and Applications -- Studying the Evolution of Resolution Capabilities and Approximation Accuracy of Global Models by Spectral Characteristics -- The Role of Non-tidal Atmospheric Loading in the Task of Gravity Field Estimation by Inter-satellite Measurements -- Formation of Self-consistent Navigational Gravity Maps of Local Areas and Joint Assessment of Their Navigation Quality -- Methods of Bistatic GNSS-radio Altimetry for Determining Height Profile of the Ocean and Their Experimental Verification -- Absolute and Relative Gravity Measurements at Volcanoes: Current State and New Developments Under the NEWTON-g Project -- The Effect of Measurement Preprocessing in the Gravity-Aided Navigation -- Sensitivity of Algorithms for Estimating the Gravity Disturbance Vector to Its Model Uncertainty.
    Description / Table of Contents: This open access volume contains the proceedings of the 5th Symposium on Terrestrial Gravimetry: Static and Mobile Measurements (TG-SMM2019) held in St. Petersburg, Russia, October 1 – 4, 2019. The symposium was hosted by the State Research Center of the Russian Federation Concern CSRI Elektropribor, JSC and was attended by 75 participants from 15 different countries. 32 oral and 20 poster contributions were presented in four different topical sessions: Terrestrial, shipboard and airborne gravimetry, Absolute gravimetry, Relative gravimetry, gravity networks and applications of gravimetry and Cold atom and superconducting gravimeters, gravitational experiments.
    Type of Medium: 12
    Pages: 1 Online-Ressource(VIII, 160 p. 7 illus.)
    Edition: 1st ed. 2023.
    ISBN: 9783031259029
    Series Statement: International Association of Geodesy Symposia 153
    Language: English
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    Call number: https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-031-29507-2
    Description / Table of Contents: Geometric Reference Frames -- Combined IVS Contribution to the ITRF2020 -- An Experimental Combination of IGS repro3 Campaign’s Orbit Products Using a Variance Component Estimation Strategy -- The Correlations of the Helmert Transformation Parameters as an Additional Auxiliary Diagnostic Tool for Terrestrial Reference Frames Quality Assessment -- Shimosato Co-Location of the SLR and GNSS Stations -- Local Ties at SLR Station Riga -- Datum Problem Handling in Local Tie Surveys at Wettzell and Metsähovi -- Close Range Photogrammetry for High-Precision Reference Point Determination: A Proof of Concept at Satellite Observing System Wettzell -- Frame Accuracy of Combined EPN Weekly Coordinate Solutions -- The Atlantic Network of Geodynamic and Space Stations (RAEGE): A Spanish-Portuguese Infrastructure of Geodetic Stations -- ITRF Densification in Cyprus -- Geodetic Analyses at the National Geographic Institute of Spain -- Large-Scale Dimensional Metrology for Geodesy - First Results from the European GeoMetre Project -- Bureau of Products and Standards: Description and Promotion of Geodetic Products -- Physical Height Systems -- Can an Earth Gravitational Model Augmented by a Topographic Gravity Field Model Realize the International Height Reference System Accurately? -- Assessing Molodensky’s Heights: A Rebuttal -- On the Accuracy of Geoid Heights Derived from Discrete GNSS/Levelling Data Using Kriging Interpolation -- Gravimetric Geoid Modeling by Stokes and Second Helmert’s Condensation Method in Yogyakarta, Indonesia -- A Geodetic Determination of the Gravitational Potential Difference Toward a 100-km-scale Clock Frequency Comparison in a Plate Subduction Zone -- Validation of the Hellenic Gravity Network in the Frame of the ModernGravNet Project -- Global Gravity Field Modeling -- Combined Gravity Solution from SLR and GRACE/GRACE-FO -- Contribution of LARES SLR Data to Co-estimated Earth Geopotential Coefficients -- Determination and Combination of Monthly Gravity Field Time Series from Kinematic Orbits of GRACE, GRACE-FO and Swarm -- Topographic Gravity Field Modelling for Improving High-Resolution Global Gravity Field Models -- The Benefit of Accelerometers Based on Cold Atom Interferometry for Future Satellite Gravity Missions -- Kalman-Filter Based Hybridization of Classic and Cold Atom Interferometry Accelerometers for Future Satellite Gravity Missions -- Gravimetry by Nanoscale Parametric Amplifiers Driven by Radiation-Induced Dispersion Force Modulation -- Earth Rotation -- On the Improvement of Combined EOP Series by Adding 24-hour VLBI Sessions to VLBI Intensives and GNSS Data -- Investigating the Relationship Between Length of Day and El-Niño Using Wavelet Coherence Method -- Estimation of Earth Rotation Parameter UT1 from Lunar Laser Ranging Observations -- Surface Deformation Monitoring -- Determination of a GNSS-Based Velocity Field of the African Continent -- Vertical Land Motion at Tide Gauges Observed by GNSS: A New GFZ-TIGA Solution -- CyCLOPS: A National Integrated GNSS/InSAR Strategic Research Infrastructure for Monitoring Geohazards and Forming the Next Generation Datum of the Republic of Cyprus -- GNSS Positioning -- Dilution of Precision (DOP) Factors for Evaluating Observations to Galileo Satellites with VLBI -- On the Limits of State-of-the-Art GNSS Receivers in Frequency Transfer -- On the Effect of Antenna Calibration Errors on Geodetic Estimates: Investigation on Zero and Double Difference Approaches -- Estimation and Calibration of Codephase Center Correction Using the Empirical Mode Decomposition -- On the Potential of Image Similarity Metrics for Comparing Phase Center Corrections -- Multipath Characterization Using Ray-Tracing in Urban Trenches -- Bounding the Residual Tropospheric Error by Interval Analysis -- Precise Orbit Determination of CubeSats Using Proposed Observations Weighting Model -- Geodetic Atmospheric and Remote Sensing -- Optimal TEC Forecast Models Based on Machine Learning and Time Series Analysis Techniques – A Preliminary Study on the Ring of Fire -- Sensitivity of Shipborne GNSS Troposphere Retrieval to Processing Parameters -- Application of the Total Variation Method in Near Real-Time GNSS Tropospheric Tomography -- Comparison of the Effective Isotropic Radiated Power Parameter in CYGNSS v2.1 and v3.0 Level 1 Data and Its Impact on Soil Moisture Estimation -- Cross-Polarization Correction for Soil Moisture Retrieval Using GNSS SNR Data.
    Description / Table of Contents: This open access volume contains selected papers of the 2021 Scientific Assembly of the International Association of Geodesy – IAG2021. The Assembly was hosted by the Chinese Society for Geodesy, Photogrammetry and Cartography (CSGPC) in Beijing, China from June 28 to July 2, 2021. It was a hybrid conference with in-person and online attendants. In total, the Assembly was attended by 146 in-person participants and 1,123 online participants. The theme of the Assembly was Geodesy for a Sustainable Earth. 613 contributions (255 oral presentations and 358 poster presentations) covered all topics of the broad spectrum considered by the IAG: geodetic reference frames, Earth gravity field modelling, Earth rotation and geodynamics, positioning and applications, the Global Geodetic Observing System (GGOS), geodesy for climate research, marine geodesy, and novel sensors and quantum technology for geodesy. All published papers were peer-reviewed, and we warmly recognize the contributions and support of the Associate Editors and Reviewers. .
    Type of Medium: 12
    Pages: 1 Online-Ressource(XII, 441 p. 265 illus., 251 illus. in color.)
    Edition: 1st ed. 2023.
    ISBN: 9783031295072
    Series Statement: International Association of Geodesy Symposia 154
    Language: English
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    Call number: E-book
    Description / Table of Contents: This atlas is an attempt to translate and consolidate the available knowledge on permafrost. It is a timely book suffused with the compelling enthusiasm of its authors and contributors. Close to a hundred individuals participated in its making, and it does a magnificent job at describing permafrost with maps, words, art, and stories. Far from being an academic product in the traditional sense, it gathers the knowledge from the voices of scientists, Indigenous Peoples, northern residents, and local practitioners to provide a holistic and inclusive view of today’s challenges in the “country of permafrost”.
    Type of Medium: 12
    Pages: 1 Online-Ressource (174 Seiten) , Illustrationen
    Language: English
    Note: Contents Foreword Prologue Earth’s Freezer: Introduction to Permafrost Frozen grounds: Permafrost in the Arctic Permafrost in profile: Landscape features Frozen in time: The history of permafrost An icy balance: Arctic permafrost physiography What lies within: Organic carbon in permafrost When ice grows up: Pingo Canadian Landmark Drilling down: Learning the secrets of permafrost Portrait: Annett Bartsch Un/settled: Life on frozen ground Frozen States I: Russian Federation Portrait: Vyacheslav Shadrin Frozen States II: North America Portrait: Jessi Pascal Frozen States III: Nordic region Portrait: Palle Jeremiassen Awakening Giant: Permafrost and Climate Change Warming up, warming down: Increasing ground temperatures The chill is gone: Thickening of the active layer Disappearing act: Declining permafrost extent Microorganisms, macro effects: Permafrost carbon cycle Faster, deeper, stronger I: Speed of thaw in North America Faster, deeper, stronger II: Speed of thaw in Scandinavia and the Russian Federation Crossing the threshold: Future scenarios of carbon release Portrait: Dmitry Streletskiy Moving Grounds: Permafrost Changes Frost and flora: The role of vegetation in permafrost landscapes Fire on ice: Peat, permafrost, and fire State of matter: Water, snow, and permafrost The rivers run through it: Arctic rivers, deltas and hydrology Along the edge of the world: Arctic coastal classification Wear and tear: Erosion of Arctic permafrost coasts Eating into the landscape: Retrogressive thaw slumps Portrait: Angus Alunik Losing ground: Projected rates of Arctic coastal erosion Beneath the waves: Changes in subsea permafrost Arctic Ripples: Impacts of Permafrost Thaw Feeling the heat: Permafrost thaw impacts on infrastructure Risky business I: North American Arctic and Kalaallit Nunaat (Greenland) Risky business II: The Russian Federation and Scandinavian Arctic Terra infirma I: Coastal infrastructure in Yamalo-Nenets Portrait: Susanna Gartler Terra infirma II: Reinforcing runways in Paulatuk Terra infirma III: Keeping cold food cold in Alaska Terra infirma IV: Urban planning in Ilulissat Nothing in isolation: Health and wellness and permafrost Portrait: Gwen Healey Akearok Toxic grounds: Contaminants and environmental health Coming back to life: Reemerging pathogens Frozen assets I: The formal economy Frozen assets II: Traditional and subsistence activities Cultural homeland: Alaas landscapes in Yakutia Holding Tight: Adaptation to Permafrost Thaw Bumpy road ahead: Transportation infrastructure and permafrost Undermined: Mining infrastructure and permafrost Keeping the light on: Energy infrastructure and permafrost No time to waste: Waste management and permafrost Modern history: Preserving Svalbard’s cultural heritage Portrait: Ingrid Rekkavik Going South: Permafrost in Other Areas A planetary perspective: Permafrost outside the Arctic Frozen giants: Permafrost in the mountains The view from the top: The Qinghai-Tibetan Plateau, Hindu Kush Himalaya, and Andes Europe’s frozen heart: Permafrost in the Alps The ends of the Earth I: Permafrost in Antarctica The ends of the Earth II: Antarctic Peninsula The ends of the Earth III: Queen Maud Land, Victoria Land, and the McMurdo Dry Valleys Over the Horizon Authors and contributors Acknowledgments Artist spotlight: Olga Borjon-Privé (Oluko) Artist spotlight: Katie Orlinsky Glossary Acronyms References
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    Call number: 978-3-030-99546-1 (e-book)
    Description / Table of Contents: Data Science and Earth System Science -- The Digital Earth project: focus and agenda -- Data analysis and exploration with visual approaches -- Data analysis and exploration with computational approaches -- Data analysis and exploration with scientific workflows -- The Digital Earth SMART monitoring concept and tools -- Interdisciplinary collaboration -- Evaluating the success of the Digital Earth project -- Lessons learned in the Digital Earth project.
    Description / Table of Contents: This open access book presents the results of three years collaboration between earth scientists and data scientist, in developing and applying data science methods for scientific discovery. The book will be highly beneficial for other researchers at senior and graduate level, interested in applying visual data exploration, computational approaches and scientifc workflows.
    Type of Medium: 12
    Pages: 1 Online-Ressource (XIV, 148 Seiten) , Illustrationen
    Edition: 1st ed. 2022.
    ISBN: 9783030995461
    Series Statement: SpringerBriefs in Earth System Sciences
    Language: English
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    Call number: 10.1144/SP505-2022-96 (e-book)
    In: Special publications / the Geological Society, London, No. 505
    Description / Table of Contents: This volume covers multidisciplinary Research and Development contributions on geology, geophysics, bathymetric and biologic aspects, towards data sampling and acquisition, data analysis and its results, and innovative ways of data access. It also presents the development of processes to map, harmonize and integrate marine data across EEZ boundaries, an impressive example of which is the European EMODnet (European Marine Observation and Data network) initiative. EMODnet assembles scattered and partially hidden marine data into continentally harmonized geospatial data products for public benefit and increasingly within overseas collaboration. The volume also aims to shed light on an evaluation of biological and mineral resources and environmental assessments at continental shelf to slope depths. Western Pacific examples provide excellent case studies for this topic.
    Type of Medium: 12
    Pages: 1 Online-Ressource (viii, 288 Seiten) , Illustrationen, Diagramme, Karten
    ISBN: 9781786204950 , 978-1-78620-495-0
    ISSN: 0305-8719
    Series Statement: Special publications / the Geological Society, London No. 505
    Language: English
    Note: Contents Acknowledgements Asch, K., Kitazato, H. and Vallius, H. / From Continental Shelf to Slope: Mapping the Oceanic Realm: Introduction Vallius, H. T. V., Kotilainen, A. T., Asch, K. C., Fiorentino, A., Judge, M., Stewart, H. A. and Pjetursson, B. / Discovering Europe’s seabed geology: the EMODnet concept of uniform collection and harmonization of marine data Ryabchuk, D., Sergeev, A., Zhamoida, V., Budanov, L., Krek, A., Neevin, I., Bubnova, E., Danchenkov, A. and Kovaleva, O. / High-resolution geological mapping towards an understanding of post-glacial development and Holocene sedimentation processes in the eastern Gulf of Finland: an EMODnet Geology case study Breuer, S. and Asch, K. / A first approach to a Quaternary geomorphological map of the German seas Bøe, R., Rún Bjarnadóttir, L., Elvenes, S., Dolan, M., Bellec, V., Thorsnes, T., Lepland, A. and Longva, O. / Revealing the secrets of Norway’s seafloor – geological mapping within the MAREANO programme and in coastal areas O’Toole, R., Judge, M., Sacchetti, F., Furey, T., Mac Craith, E., Sheehan, K., Kelly, S., Cullen, S., McGrath, F. and Monteys, X. / Mapping Ireland’s coastal, shelf and deep-water environments using illustrative case studies to highlight the impact of seabed mapping on the generation of blue knowledge Terrinha, P., Medialdea, T., Batista, L., Somoza, L., Magalhães, V., González, F. J., Noiva, J., Lobato, A., Rosa, M., Marino, E., Brito, P., Neres, M. and Ribeiro, C. / Integrated thematic geological mapping of the Atlantic Margin of Iberia Gozhik, P. F. and Rokitsky, V. E. / The Pliocene deposits of the Black Sea Shelf east of the Danube River Delta Mil-Homens, M., Brito, P., Magalhães, V., Rosa, M., Neres, M., Silva, M., Salgueiro, E., Drago, T., Rodrigues, A. I., Guerra, M. T., Gaudêncio, M. J., Almeida, E., Silva, M., Freitas, M., Pinto, C. A., Bandarra, C. and Terrinha, P. / Integrated geophysical and sedimentological datasets for assessment of offshore borrow areas: the CHIMERA project (western Portuguese Coast) Battaglini, L., D’Angelo, S. and Fiorentino, A. / Collating European data on geological events in submerged areas: examples of correlation and interpretation from Italian seas Greene, H. G. and Barrie, J. V. / Faulting within the San Juan–southern Gulf Islands Archipelagos, upper plate deformation of the Cascadia subduction complex Arai, K. / Geological mapping of coastal and offshore Japan (by GSJ-AIST): collecting and utilizing the geological information Ikehara, K., Katayama, H., Sagayama, T. and Irino, T. / Geological controls on dispersal and deposition of river flood sediments on the Hidaka shelf, Northern Japan Furuyama, S., Sato, T., Arai, K. and Ozaki, M. / Tectonic evolution in the Early to Middle Pleistocene off the east coast of the Boso Peninsula, Japan Sato, T., Furuyama, S., Komatsubara, J., Ozaki, M. and Yamaguchi, K. / Bent incised valley formed in uplifting shelf facing subduction margin: case study off the eastern coast of the Boso Peninsula, central Japan Ohta, A., Imai, N., Tachibana, Y. and Ikehara, K. / Application of spatial distribution patterns of multi-elements in geochemical maps for provenance and transfer process of marine sediments in Kyushu, western Japan Oki, Y., Kitazato, H., Fujii, T. and Yasukawa, S. / Habitat mapping for human well-being: a tool for reducing risk in disaster-prone coastal environments and human communities Index
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    Call number: 10.1144/SP485 (e-book)
    In: Special publications / the Geological Society, London, No. 485
    Description / Table of Contents: About 40 million years after the Cambrian Explosion, the Great Ordovician Biodiversification Event (GOBE) represents a second and dramatic burst in marine biodiversity, with major changes in the structure of ecosystems and the progressive replacement of the distinctive Cambrian Evolutionary Fauna by the Paleozoic Evolutionary Fauna. However, the GOBE is not a single, worldwide, short-term event, but rather the complex sum of successive diversifications occurring in distinct taxonomic groups, trophic guilds and regions. This book focuses on the Late Ordovician Tafilalt Biota, Anti-Atlas Morocco, which provides a snapshot of the GOBE in high-latitude regions of the Southern Hemisphere. A series of contributions explore different aspects of the Tafilalt Biota, including its geological setting, the international fossil trade in this area and a series of detailed systematic contributions describing many new taxa of marine invertebrates. This volume represents a significant contribution to the understanding of the Tafilalt Biota and its significance to the GOBE.
    Type of Medium: 12
    Pages: 1 Online-Ressource (vi, 615 Seiten) , Illustrationen
    ISBN: 9781786204073 , 978-1-78620-407-3 , 178620407X
    ISSN: 0305-8719
    Series Statement: Special publications / the Geological Society, London No. 485
    Language: English
    Note: Contents Dedication Hunter, A. W., Álvaro, J. J., Lefebvre, B., Van Roy, P. and Zamora, S. / An introduction to the Great Ordovician Biodiversification Event: insights from the Tafilalt Biota, Morocco Geological and faunal context Lefebvre, B., Van Roy, P., Zamora, S., Gutiérrez-Marco, J. C. and Nohejlová, M. / The Late Ordovician Tafilalt Biota, Anti-Atlas, Morocco: A high-latitude perspective on the GOBE Álvaro, J. J., Benharref, M., Destombes, J., Gutiérrez-Marco, J. C., Hunter, A. W., Lefebvre, B., Van Roy, P. and Zamora, S. / Ordovician stratigraphy and benthic community replacements in the eastern Anti-Atlas, Morocco International fossil trade Gutiérrez-Marco, J. C. and García-Bellido, D. C. / The international fossil trade from the Paleozoic of the Anti-Atlas, Morocco Early Paleozoic faunas from the Anti-Atlas Gutiérrez-Marco, J. C., Pereira, S., García-Bellido, D. C. and Rábano, I. / Ordovician trilobites from the Tafilalt Lagerstätte: new data and reappraisal of the Bou Nemrou assemblage Budil, P. and Fatka, O. / Ordovician trilobites with soft parts in African West Gondwana, European peri-Gondwana and Avalonia: a review Colmenar, J., Villas, E. and Rasmussen, C. M. Ø. / A synopsis of Late Ordovician brachiopod diversity in the Anti-Atlas, Morocco Villas, E. and Colmenar, J. / Brachiopods from the Upper Ordovician of Erfoud (eastern Anti-Atlas, Morocco) and the stratigraphic correlation of the bryozoan-rich Khabt-el Hajar Formation Van Iten, H., Gutiérrez-Marco, J. C., Muir, L. A., Simões, M. G. and Leme, J. M. / Ordovician conulariids (Scyphozoa) from the Upper Tiouririne Formation (Katian), eastern Anti-Atlas Mountains, southern Morocco Ernst, A. / Upper Ordovician bryozoans of Morocco Gutiérrez-Marco, J. C., Muir, L. A. and Mitchell, C. E. / Upper Ordovician planktic and benthic graptolites and a possible hydroid from the Tafilalt Biota, southeastern Morocco Ebbestad, J. O. R., Polechová, M., Kröger, B. and Gutiérrez-Marco, J. C. / Late Ordovician molluscs of the central and eastern Anti-Atlas, Morocco Muir, L. A., Botting, J. P., Walker, S. N. A., Schiffbauer, J. D. and MacGabhann, B. A. / Onuphionella corusca sp. nov.: an early Cambrian-type agglutinated tube from Upper Ordovician strata of Morocco Echinoderm Lagerstätten Lefebvre, B., Nohejlová, M., Kašička, L. and Zicha, O. / New peri-Gondwanan occurrences of the Ordovician genus Diamphidiocystis (Echinodermata, Stylophora): implications for mitrocystitid palaeobiogeography and diversity Lefebvre, B., Nohejlová, M., Martin, E. L. O., Kašič ka, L., Zicha, O. and Gutiérrez-Marco, J. C. / New Middle and Late Ordovician cornute stylophorans (Echinodermata) from Morocco and other peri-Gondwanan areas Nohejlová, M. and Lefebvre, B. / Late Ordovician solutan echinoderms from the Western Tafilalt, Morocco Botting, J. P. / Late Ordovician crinoids from the Anti-Atlas region of Morocco Sumrall, C. D. and Zamora, S. / New Upper Ordovician edrioasteroids from Morocco Zamora, S. and Sumrall, C. D. / Hexedriocystis, an aberrant echinoderm from the Upper Ordovician of Morocco Zamora, S., Nardin, E., Esteve, J. and Gutiérrez-Marco, J. C. / New rhombiferan blastozoans (Echinodermata) from the Late Ordovician of Morocco Zamora, S. and Sumrall, C. D. / The first report of coronates (echinodermata) from Africa Index
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    Call number: 10.1144/SP518 (e-book)
    In: Special publications / the Geological Society, London, No. 518
    Description / Table of Contents: Identification of large-volume, short-duration mafic magmatic events of intraplate affinity in both continental and oceanic settings on the Earth and other planets provides invaluable clues for understanding several vital geological issues of current concern. Of particular importance is understanding the assembly and dispersal of supercontinents through Earth's history, dramatic climate change events including mass extinctions, and processes that have produced a wide range of large igneous province (LIP)-related resources, such as Ni–Cu–PGE, Au, U, base metals and petroleum. This volume comprises 21 contributions on the latest developments and new information on LIPs and their plumbing systems and presents methodical studies on different components of LIP plumbing systems. These articles are especially helpful in understanding continental break-up events, regional domal uplift and a variety of metallogenic systems, as well as the temporal and spatial distribution of LIPs, their origin and their likely links to mantle plumes/superplumes.
    Type of Medium: 12
    Pages: 1 Online-Ressource (vi, 600 Seiten) , Illustrationen, Diagramme, Karten
    ISBN: 978-1-78620-552-0-0 , 97817862055200
    ISSN: 0305-8719
    Series Statement: Special publications / the Geological Society, London No. 518
    Language: English
    Note: Contents Characteristics of LIPs and their plumbing systems Srivastava, R. K., Ernst, R. E., Buchan, K. L. and de Kock, M. An overview of the plumbing systems of large igneous provinces and their significance Klausen, M. B. / Highly magmatic break-up LIP centres: revisiting the East Greenland volcanic rifted margin Precambrian LIPs and their plumbing systems Cundari, R., Hollings, P., Smyk, M. and Carl, C. / The geochemical evolution of the Logan Igneous Suite, Ontario, Canada: new insights from the Logan Basin and implications for the genesis of the Mesoproterozoic Midcontinent Rift System Davis, W. R., Collins, M. A., Rooney, T. O., Brown, E. L., Stein, C. A., Stein, S. and Moucha, R. / Geochemical, petrographic, and stratigraphic analyses of the Portage Lake Volcanics of the Keweenawan CFBP: implications for the evolution of main stage volcanism in continental flood basalt provinces Stepanova, A. V., Stepanov, V. S., Larionov, A. N., Salnikova, E. B., Samsonov, A. V., Azimov, P., Egorova, S. V., Babarina, I. I., Larionova, Y. O., Sukhanova, M. A., Kervinen, A. V. and Maksimov, O. A. / Relicts of Paleoproterozoic LIPs in the Belomorian Province, eastern Fennoscandian Shield: barcode reconstruction for a deeply eroded collisional orogen Peng, P., Xu, H., Wang, C., Su, X., Sun, F. and Wang, X. / Spatiotemporal evolution of large igneous provinces and their related rifts in the North China craton: role in craton breakup and destruction Pandit, M. K., Pivarunas, A. and Meert, J. G. / Geochemical and palaeomagnetic characteristics of the Vestfold Hills mafic dykes in the Prydz Bay region: implications of a Paleoproterozoic connection between East Antarctica and Proto-India Srivastava, R. K., Ernst, R. E., Söderlund, U., Samal, A. K., Pandey, O. P. and Gautam, G. C. / Existence of the Dharwar–Bastar–Singhbhum (DHABASI) megacraton since 3.35 Ga: constraints from the Precambrian large igneous province record Ahmad, T., Yousuf, I. and Chauhan, H. / Petrogenesis and tectonic settings of Proterozoic mafic magmatism from the northern Indian Shield and the Himalaya: possible role for interaction of mantle plume with the subcontinental lithospheric mantle Phanerozoic LIPs and their plumbing systems Pham, T. T., Shellnutt, J. G., Tran, T.-A. , Denyszyn, S. W. and Iizuka, Y. / Petrogenesis of silicic rocks from the Phan Si Pan–Tu Le region of the Emeishan large igneous province, northwestern Vietnam Morake, M. A., O’Kennedy, J. N. F., Knoper, M. W., de Kock, M., Kramers, J. D., Grantham, G. H., Belyanin, G. and Elburg, M. A. / The age and palaeomagnetism of Jurassic dykes, western Dronning Maud Land: implications for Gondwana breakup Oliveira, A. L., Hollanda, M. H. B. M., Siqueira, R. and Macêdo Filho, A. A. / Using a ‘speedy’ unspiked K–Ar methodology to investigate age patterns in giant mafic dyke swarms Singh, A. K., Oinam, G., Chung, S.-L., Bikramaditya, R. K., Lee, H.-Y. and Joshi, M. / Magmatism in the Siang window of the Eastern Himalayan Syntaxis, NE India: a vestige of Kerguelen mantle plume activity Cucciniello, C., Morra, V., Melluso, L. and Jourdan, F. / Constraints on duration, age and migration of the feeder systems of the Madagascan Flood Basalt Province from high-precision 40 Ar/39 Ar chronology Kale, V. S., Dole, G., Patil Pillai, S., Chatterjee, P. and Bodas, M. / Morphological types in the Deccan Volcanic Province, India: implications for emplacement dynamics of continental flood basalts Sonu, Kumar, A., Satyanarayanan, M., Pathak, V., Vedanti, N. and Shrivastava, J. P. / Chemical stratigraphy of subsurface lava flows from the Koyna (KBH1) core and correlation with the southwestern stratigraphy of the Deccan Traps Steiner, R. A., Rooney, T. O., Girard, G., Rogers, N., Ebinger, C. J., Peterson, L. and Phillips, R. K. / Initial Cenozoic magmatic activity in East Africa: new geochemical constraints on magma distribution within the Eocene continental flood basalt province LIPs and their economic potential Pirajno, F. / Mineral systems and their putative link with mantle plumes Reis, N. J., Teixeira, W., D’Agrella-Filho, M. S., Bettencourt, J. S., Ernst, R. E. and Goulart, L. E. A. / Large igneous provinces of the Amazonian Craton and their metallogenic potential in Proterozoic times Shellnutt, J. G., Pang, K.-N., Qi, L. and Bhat, G. M. / Platinum-group element geochemistry of the Panjal Traps: constraints on mantle melting and implications for mineral exploration Dey, A. and Mondal, S. K. / Origin of Fe–Ni–Cu (Co) sulfide and Fe–Ti oxide minerals in the c. 1.77 Ga dolerite dyke, Singhbhum Craton (eastern India) Choudhary, S., Sen, K. and Kumar, S. / Pyroxenite-hosted chalcopyrites from Sung Valley, Meghalaya, NE India: implications for the formation of both high- and low-temperature sulfides in plume-derived magma Index
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    Cham : Springer
    Call number: 9783031141942 (e-book)
    Description / Table of Contents: This book explores the PhD experience as never before and provides a “survival guide” for current and prospective PhD students. The book investigates why mental health issues are so common among the postgraduate population, going beyond the statistics, looking at lived experience of both the author and as well as current PhD students, who have found balancing mental wellness with the PhD endeavour challenging. The author discusses tips and tricks she wished she had known at the start of her PhD process for managing mental health, such as managing imposter feelings, prioritising workload, and self-care strategies to help others throughout their own journey. The book goes beyond typical mental health discussions (where the focus for improving mental health is placed on PhD students to become “more resilient”) and explores some of the often unspoken environmental factors that can impact mental health. These include the PhD student-supervisor relationship, the pressure to publish, and deep systemic problems in academia, such as racism, bullying and harassment. Finally, the book is a call to action, providing tangible improvements from the author’s perspective that university institutions can make to ensure that academia is a place for all to thrive.
    Type of Medium: 12
    Pages: 1 Online-Ressource (XIX, 199 Seiten)
    ISBN: 9783031141942 , 978-3-031-14194-2
    Language: English
    Note: Contents Part I Defining the Problem 1 Introduction 1.1 A Comment on the Guide 1.2 If You Are Studying for a PhD 1.3 If You Are a PhD Supervisor or PhD Course Coordinator 1.4 If You Are a Concerned Friend or Family Member References 2 Challenging Perceptions: What Is Mental Health Anyway? 2.1 The Mental Health Continuum 2.2 Barriers to Seeking Help 2.3 Recognising the Signs 2.4 Helping Others 2.5 What Mental Health Isn’t 2.6 To Declare or Not to Declare?: That Is the Question References 3 Setting the Scene: Understanding the PhD Mental Health Crisis 3.1 Exploring the Data 3.2 What Is the Cause? 3.3 Research Culture 3.4 The Ups and Downs of the PhD Journey 3.5 There Is Hope References Part II Mindset Matters 4 Self-Care: Without You There Is No PhD 4.1 Setting the Foundations 4.2 Establishing a Good Sleep Schedule 4.3 Eat Nutritious Food 4.4 Physical Exercise 4.5 Managing Finances 4.6 Examples of Self-Care 4.7 Putting Self-Care in Context of a PhD 4.8 Acknowledging There May Be a Problem: Addiction 4.9 Setting Boundaries 4.10 What to Do If You Reach Burnout 4.11 Navigating Self-Care as a Part-Time PhD Student References 5 Not Another Yoga Session: University Wellbeing Programs and Why They so Often Miss the Mark 5.1 Reactive Not Proactive 5.2 Trying Something New 5.3 Building Resilience 5.4 The Darker Side of Resilience References 6 “I’ll Read It Later” and Other Lies We Tell Ourselves: Managing Expectations and Guilt 6.1 Starting Out 6.2 Changing the World 6.3 Planning Your PhD 6.4 You Are Entitled to (and Deserve) Breaks 6.5 Becoming an Expert 6.6 First Time Failing 6.7 Be Grateful (or Else) 6.8 Productivity and Time Management 6.9 Prioritising References 7 Why You Earned It: Fighting the Impostor 7.1 Understanding the Value You Bring 7.2 Receiving Recognition 7.3 Receiving Critique 7.4 Comparing Yourself With Others 7.5 Asking for Help 7.6 Redefining Your Self-Worth 7.7 Perfectionism 7.8 Email ‘Anxiety’ 7.9 Presentation Nerves 7.10 Fighting Back 7.11 Discriminatory Gaslighting References Part III Environmental Stressors 8 Dismantling the Ivory Tower: Systemic Issues That Might Impact Your Mental Health 8.1 The Ivory Tower 8.2 Systemic Racism 8.3 Gender Discrimination 8.4 Sexual Harassment 8.5 Bullying 8.6 LGBT+ Discrimination 8.7 Being “First Generation” 8.8 Classism 8.9 Financial Concerns 8.10 Ableism, Disability and Neurodivergence 8.11 Ageism 8.12 Isolation and Culture Shock 8.13 A Comment on Intersectionality 8.14 Changing the Research Culture 8.15 In the Meantime, What Can You Do? 8.16 Finding Light in a Dark Place References 9 Perhaps It’s Not You It’s Them: PhD Student-Supervisor Relationships 9.1 Choosing Your Supervisor 9.2 The Role of a PhD Supervisor 9.3 Understanding What Makes a Supportive Supervisor 9.4 At Odds 9.5 The Flaw in the System 9.6 Identifying Your Supervisor’s Working Style 9.7 Pervasive, Damaging Biases 9.8 When Things Go Seriously Wrong (and It Is Definitely not Your Fault) 9.9 What You Can Do If Your Supervisor Is Abusive 9.10 Effective Communication 9.11 What to Do if You Have a Disagreement References 10 Publish or Perish: On the Myth of Meritocracy 10.1 It Is Not an Equal Playing Field 10.2 The Publication Process 10.3 Managing Reviewer 2 10.4 Publishing Options 10.5 Who Is Perishing, Anyway? 10.6 Perfectionism 10.7 Writing Your Thesis 10.8 Research Misconduct 10.9 What to Do if You Realise Research Misconduct Is Happening References 11 The High-Walled Rose Garden: Understanding There Is Life Outside the Academy 11.1 So What Does This Mean for You and Surviving Your PhD? 11.2 Finding Out What You Truly Enjoy 11.3 Reframing Your Skillsets 11.4 Transitioning from Your PhD 11.5 Debunking the Myths 11.6 Should I Stay or Should I Go? References Part IV Seeking Help 12 Thriving, Not Just Surviving 12.1 Identifying the Problem Set 12.2 Sharing the Hypothesis with Others 12.3 Conversation Starters 12.4 Finding a Support Network 12.5 Online Communities 12.6 Speaking About Your Mental Health with Your PhD Superviso 12.7 Lack of Understanding 12.8 Seeking External Assistance to Achieve Your Goal 12.9 If You Are at Crisis Point 12.10 The Elephant in the Room 12.11 Leading the Change 12.12 Not Just Surviving References Resources
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    Call number: 10.1144/SP513-2021-159 (e-book)
    In: Special publications / the Geological Society, London, No. 513
    Description / Table of Contents: Proterozoic to Cenozoic lamprophyres, lamproites and related rock types hold a unique potential for the investigation of processes affecting mantle reservoirs. They originated from primary mantle-derived melts that intruded both cratons and off-craton regions, which were parts of former supercontinents – Columbia, Rodinia and Gondwana–Pangaea. Well known for hosting economic minerals and elements such as diamonds, base metals, platinum-group elements and Au, they are also significant for our understanding of deep-mantle processes, such as mantle metasomatism and mantle plume–lithosphere interactions, as well as large-scale geodynamic processes, including subduction-related tectonics and supercontinent amalgamation and break-up. This Special Publication presents an overview of the state of the art and recent advances as achieved by individual research groups from different parts of the world, and outlines future research directions. Mineralogical, geochemical, geochronological and isotope analyses are used to decipher the complex petrogenetic and metallogenetic evolution of these extraordinary rocks and unravel a complete history of tectonic events related to individual supercontinent cycles. The Special Publication including this introductory chapter also deals with some issues related to the classification of these rocks.
    Type of Medium: 12
    Pages: 1 Online-Ressource (vi, 489 Seiten) , Illustrationen, Diagramme, Karten
    ISBN: 9781786205438 , 978-1-78620-543-8
    ISSN: 0305-8719
    Series Statement: Special publications / the Geological Society, London No. 513
    Language: English
    Note: Contents Krmíček, L. and Chalapathi Rao, N. V. / Lamprophyres, lamproites and related rocks as tracers to supercontinent cycles and metallogenesis Tappe, S., Shaikh, A. M., Wilson, A. H. and Stracke, A. / Evolution of ultrapotassic volcanism on the Kaapvaal craton: deepening the orangeite versus lamproite debate Kostrovitsky, S. I., Yakovlev, D. A., Sharygin, I. S., Gladkochub, D. P., Donskaya, T. V., Tretiakova, I. G., Dymshits, A. M., Sekerin, A. P. and Malkovets, V. G. / Diamondiferous lamproites of Ingashi field, Siberian craton Yakovlev, D. A., Kostrovitsky, S. I., Fosu, B. R. and Ashchepkov, I. V. / Diamondiferous kimberlites from recently explored Upper Muna Field (Siberian Craton): petrology, mineralogy and geochemistry insights Meshram, T., Mahapatro, S. N., Aravind, J. K., Dora, M. L., Baswani, S. R., Gopalakrishna, G., Meshram, R. R., Sesha Sai, V. V., Randive, K. and Dash, J. K. / Geochemistry and Sr–Nd isotopic studies of Paleoproterozoic (c. 2.3 Ga) meta-lamprophyre from the Rapuru area, Nellore Schist Belt, southern India: implications for back-arc basin magmatism and its relevance to the Columbia supercontinent assembly Pandey, A., Chalapathi Rao, N. V., Rahaman, W., Seth, V. and Sahoo, S. / Paleoproterozoic metaluminous syenites synchronous with the c. 2.21 Ga mafic dyke swarms from the Eastern Dharwar Craton, India: implications for alkaline magmatism associated with the breakup of supercraton Superia Kumar, A., Talukdar, D., Chalapathi Rao, N. V., Burgess, R. and Lehmann, B. / Mesoproterozoic 40Ar–39Ar ages of some lamproites from the Cuddapah Basin and Eastern Dharwar Craton, southern India: implications for diamond provenance of the Banganapalle Conglomerates, age of the Kurnool Group and Columbia tectonics Dora, M. L., Randive, K., Meshram, R., Meshram, T., Baswani, S. R., Korakoppa, M. and Malviya, V. P. / Petrogenesis of a calc-alkaline lamprophyre (minette) from Thanewasna, Western Bastar Craton, Central India: insights from mineral, bulk rock and in-situ trace element geochemistry Krmíček, L., Magna, T., Pandey, A., Chalapathi Rao, N. V. and Kynický, J. / Lithium isotopes in kimberlites, lamproites and lamprophyres as tracers of source components and processes related to supercontinent cycles Ulrych, J., Krmíč ek, L., Adamovič , J. and Krmíč ková, S. / The story of post-Variscan lamprophyres of the Bohemian Massif: from ultramafic (Upper Cretaceous–Paleocene) to alkaline (Eocene– Oligocene) types Casalini, M., Avanzinelli, R., Tommasini, S., Natali, C., Bianchini, G., Prelević, D., Mattei, M. and Conticelli, S. / Petrogenesis of Mediterranean lamproites and associated rocks: The role of overprinted metasomatic events in the post-collisional lithospheric upper mantle Spišiak, J., Vetráková, L., Chew, D., Ferenc, Š, Šimonová, V., Butek, J. and Mikuš, T. / Permian lamprophyres from the Western Carpathians: a review Chitalin, A. F., Baksheev, I. A., Nikolaev, Y. N., Djedjeya, G. T., Khabibullina, Y. N. and Müller, D. / Porphyry Cu–Au ± Mo mineralization hosted by potassic igneous rocks: implications from the giant Peschanka porphyry deposit, Baimka Trend (North East Siberia, Russia) Mahapatro, S. N., Renjith, M. L., Martha, R. K., Patel, R. K., Upadhyay, D. and Sarma, D. S. / Petrogenesis and U–Pb zircon dating of the Chaitma Alkaline Complex from the southern margin of the Central Indian Tectonic Zone: geodynamic implications Dongre, A., Dhote, P. S., Zamarkar, P., Sangode, S. J., Belyanin, G., Meshram, D. C., Patil, S. K., Karmakar, A. and Jain, L. / Short-lived alkaline magmatism related to the Réunion plume in the Deccan Large Igneous Province: inferences from petrology, 40Ar/39Ar geochronology and palaeomagnetism of lamprophyre from the Sarnu-Dandali Alkaline Igneous Complex Sharma, A., Sahoo, S., Chalapathi Rao, N. V., Belyatsky, B., Dhote, P. and Lehmann, B. / Petrology and Nd–Sr isotopic composition of alkaline lamprophyres from the Early to Late Cretaceous Mundwara Alkaline Complex, NW India: evidence of crystal fractionation, accumulation and corrosion in a complex magma chamber plumbing system Vijaya Kumar, J. and Randive, K. / Platinum group elements in lamprophyre, picrobasalt, gabbro and basalts of the Phenai Mata and nearby areas: implications for Fe–Ni–Cu–PGE mineralization in the Deccan Large Igneous Province Index
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    Call number: https://doi.org/10.1515/9783110732009
    Type of Medium: 12
    Pages: 1 Online-Ressource (VII, 547 Seiten)
    ISBN: 9783110732009
    Series Statement: IFLA publications volume 181
    Language: English
    Note: Contents About IFLA Preface / Susan Reilly Acknowledgements / Jessica Coates, Victoria Owen and Susan Reilly Part I: Copyright Basics 1 Foundations of Copyright / Tom Cochrane 2 Fundamentals of Modern Copyright / Jessica Coates Part II: User Rights and the Public Interest 3 With Respect to Rights – In the Public Interest / Victoria Owen 4 Why Libraries Need Limitations and Exceptions / Jonathan Band and Brandon Butler 5 Applications of Limitations and Exceptions in Higher Education in the European Union / David Meehan 6 The Public Domain and Libraries: History, Contexts, Threats and Opportunities / Lise Brin and Mark Swartz 7 Unintended Consequences of the Digital Shift / Christina de Castell 8 Rights Issues in the Digitization of Library Collections / Sara Benson 9 International Copyright Issues in Digital Preservation / Sara Klein and Jessica Whyte Part III: International Developments: the Case for Library Engagement 10 WIPO, Copyright and Libraries / Stephen Wyber 11 Success for People with Print Disabilities: The Marrakesh Treaty / Justus Dreyling and Teresa Hackett 12 A New Form of Contract: International Free Trade Agreements / Anubha Sinha 13 Copyright Education and Information Literacy / Chris Morrison and Jane Secker 14 Copyright Reform In South Africa from a Librarian’s Perspective: A Case Study Approach / Denise Rosemary Nicholson Part 4: Emerging Issues in Copyright 15 Taking Control of the Future: Towards Workable Elending / Rebecca Giblin and Kimberlee Weatherall 16 Creative Commons and Open Access in an Academic Library: Implementation, Tools, Policy and Education / Timothy Vollmer 17 Use of Filters by Online Intermediaries and the Rights of Users: Developments in the European Union, Mexico, India and China / Zoi Krokida 18 Navigating Respectful Practice to Support Indigenous Cultural and Intellectual Property Rights in Australian Libraries / Kirsten Thorpe and Lauren Booker 19 User-Generated Content: Tensions Between Freedom of Expression and Copyright / Amalia Toledo and Sydney Mai-Yen Sheridan 20 Artificial Intelligence and Text and Data Mining: Future Rules for Libraries? / H. Andres Izquierdo Contributors
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    Call number: 10.1144/SP494 (e-book)
    In: Special publications / the Geological Society, London, No. 494
    Description / Table of Contents: A cross-border approach to exploration, appraisal and development is important in mature basins such as the North Sea, where the ‘low hanging fruit’ have long gone. This approach emphasizes the need to see the basin as one geological entity, in order to maximize economic recovery and prepare the area for the energy transition. This volume offers an up-to-date, ‘geology-without-borders’ view of the stratigraphy, sedimentology, tectonics and oil-and-gas exploration trends of the entire North Sea basin, along with the challenges associated with differences in data continuity and nomenclature across median lines. This volume includes overviews of cross-border play statistics, lithostratigraphic naming conventions and exploration performance through to new facies models for cross-border areas. As such, this volume will be a valuable reference for every geoscientist working in the North Sea for years to come.
    Type of Medium: 12
    Pages: 1 Online-Ressource (vi, 504 Seiten) , Illustrationen, Diagramme, Karten
    ISBN: 978-1-78620-457-8 , 9781786204578
    ISSN: 0305-8719
    Series Statement: Special publications / the Geological Society, London No. 494
    Language: English
    Note: Contents Acknowledgements Archer, S. G., Kombrink, H., Patruno, S., Chiarella, D., Jackson, C. A.-L. and Howell, J. A. / Cross-border petroleum geology in the North Sea: an introduction General North Sea Patruno, S., Kombrink, H. and Archer, S. G. / Cross-border stratigraphy of the Northern, Central and Southern North Sea: a comparative tectono-stratigraphic megasequence synthesis Kombrink, H. and Patruno, S. / The integration of public domain lithostratigraphic data into a series of cross-border North Sea well-penetration maps Quirk, D. G. and Archer, S. G. / Exploration play statistics in the Southern North Sea region of The Netherlands and UK Quirk, D. G. and Archer, S. G. / Exploration play statistics in the central–northern North Sea region of UK–Norway–Denmark Roberts, P., Jordan, O., Steen, Ø., Leppard, C., Janssen, J. S., Baudia, E., Ramm, A. and Helgesen, G. / One North Sea fairway analysis: revealing opportunities through data integration across scales Myers, K., Rouillard, P. and Zanella, E. / Exploration performance in the UK and Norwegian North Sea Quirk, D. G., Underhill, J. R., Gluyas, J. G., Howe, M. J., Wilson, H. A. M. and Anderson, S. A / low-carbon future for The North Sea Basin Paleozoic Boscolo Gallo, A., Kilhams, B., de Keijzer, M. and Nicolai, C. / Can thin coals be resolved in seismic data? An example of the challenges for Carboniferous (Visean to Westphalian) source-rock definition across the Elbow Spit Platform (Netherlands) and the Mid North Sea High (UK) through well synthetic modelling Doornenbal, J. C., Kombrink, H., Bouroullec, R., Dalman, R. A. F., De Bruin, G., Geel, C. R., Houben, A. J. P., Jaarsma, B., Juez-Larré, J., Kortekaas, M., Mijnlieff, H. F., Nelskamp, S., Pharaoh, T. C., Ten Veen, J. H., Ter Borgh, M., Van Ojik, K., Verreussel, R. M. C. H., Verweij, J. M. and Vis, G.-J. / New insights on subsurface energy resources in the Southern North Sea Basin area Daniels, S. E., Tucker, M. E., Mawson, M. J., Holdsworth, R. E., Long, J. J., Gluyas, J. G. and Jones, R. R. / Nature and origin of collapse breccias in the Zechstein of NE England: local observations with cross-border petroleum exploration and production significance, across the North Sea Scisciani, V., Patruno, S., D’Intino, N. and Esestime, P. / Paleozoic basin reactivation and inversion of the underexplored Northern North Sea platforms: a cross-border approach Mesozoic Archer, S. G., McKie, T., Andrews, S. D., Wilkins, A. D., Hutchison, M., Young-Ziolkowski, N., Osunde, C., Matheson, J., Thackrey, S., Lang, M., Sola, B., Mouritzen, C., Perrell, C., Greenwood, M., Mauritzen, E. and Tenepalli, S. / Triassic mudstones of the Central North Sea: cross-border characterization, correlation and their palaeoclimatic significance Gray, E., Hartley, A. and Howell, J. / The influence of stratigraphy and facies distribution on reservoir quality and production performance in the Triassic Skagerrak Formation of the UK and Norwegian Central North Sea Orre, L. T. E. and Folkestad, A. / Depositional environments of the Early to Middle Triassic northern North Sea in a syn-rift to a post-rift setting Galluccio, L., Foote, N., Bertouche, M., Kostic, B. and James, A. / Preliminary assessment of dolomite stringers in the Upper Jurassic Farsund Formation as a potential unconventional hydrocarbon reservoir Cenozoic Pernin, N., Feuilleaubois, L., Bird, T. and Reiser, C. / Identifying and de-risking near-field opportunities through reliable pre-stack broadband attributes: examples from the Paleocene North Sea (UK–Norway) injectites play Karstens, J., Müller, P., Berndt, C. and Patruno, S. / Deep-seated focused fluid migration as indicator for hydrocarbon leads in the East Shetland Platform, North Sea Province Medvedev, S., Hartz, E. H., Schmid, D. W., Zakariassen, E. and Varhaug, P. / Influence of glaciations on North Sea petroleum systems Index
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    Call number: 10.1144/SP516 (e-book)
    In: Special publications / the Geological Society, London, No. 516
    Description / Table of Contents: Gold occurs in many settings, but the dynamic nature of Earth's crust means overlapping and overprinting deposit styles are common. Characterization of mineralization from an early stage becomes important, particularly where the mineralization is complex, in order to maximize exploration and project development success and mining productivity. Various techniques are used at different stages of a project to characterize gold deposits. This Special Publication offers a cross-section of some specific techniques used to investigate a variety of gold deposit types. The papers highlight both the breadth of the available techniques and their utility in deposit characterization, but also the many significant remaining questions and problems related to the exploration and research of gold deposits. Several papers include suggestions of avenues for fruitful further research, including a paper discussing a new approach to classifying orogenic gold deposits, and a paper describing archaeological applications of natural gold analyses.
    Type of Medium: 12
    Pages: vi, 432 Seiten , Illustrationen, Diagramme, Karten
    ISBN: 9781786205490 , 978-1-78620-549-0
    ISSN: 0305-8719
    Series Statement: Special publications / the Geological Society, London No. 516
    Language: English
    Note: Contents Torvela, T., Chapman, R. and Lambert-Smith, J. / An introduction to Recent Advances in Understanding Gold Deposits: from Orogeny to Alluvium: the importance of multi-method approaches and developing a characterization Large-scale processes, models and multi-variate datasets Mortensen, J. K., Craw, D. and MacKenzie, D. J. / Concepts and revised models for Phanerozoic orogenic gold deposits Babedi, L., von der Heyden, B. P., Tadie, M. and Mayne, M. / Trace elements in pyrite from five different gold ore deposit classes: a review and meta-analysis Liu, Y., Zhao, Y., Xue, C., Yu, L., Chu, H. and Zhao, X. / The Changshagou gold deposit, Eastern Tianshan, NW China: orogenic gold mineralization overprinting a porphyry gold occurrence Mesquita, M. J., Gomes, M. E. B., Moreira, I. de C., Paes, R. A. S., Martins, H. E. da S., Matos, J. H., Ruggiero, A., Primo, G., Ducart, D. F., Poggi, L., Pimenta, V., de Laurentis, L. Z. and Kunifoshita, A. M. U. / Paleoproterozoic gold deposits at Alta Floresta Mineral Province, Brazil: two overprinted mineralizing events? Zhao, W., Zhao, X., Xue, C., Seltmann, R., Dolgopolova, A., Andersen, J. C., Cui, X. and Xing, L. / Thermochronological constraints on the exhumation history of the Carboniferous Katebasu gold deposit, western Tianshan gold belt, NW China Orogenic gold deposit case studies Combes, V., Eglinger, A., André-Mayer, A.-S., Teitler, Y., Heuret, A., Gibert, P. and Béziat, D. / Polyphase gold mineralization at the Yaou deposit, French Guiana Perret, J., André-Mayer, A.-S., Eglinger, A., Feneyrol, J., Voinot, A., Morlot, C., Barou, F., Teitler, Y., Seira, D. and Bosc, R. / Structural and geochemical ore-forming processes in deformed gold deposits: towards a multiscale and multimethod approach Smith, M., Banks, D., Ray, S. and Bowers, F. / Hypozonal gold mineralization in shear zone-hosted deposits driven by fault valve action and fluid mixing: the Nalunaq deposit, Greenland Alexandre, P. and Fayek, M. / Formation temperature and ages of the True North ‘orogenic’ gold deposit in Manitoba, Canada Gold in the surficial environment Chapman, R. J., Craw, D., Moles, N. R., Banks, D. A. and Grimshaw, M. R. / Evaluation of the contributions of gold derived from hypogene, supergene and surficial processes in the formation of placer gold deposits Chapman, R. J., Moles, N. R., Bluemel, B. and Walshaw, R. D. / Detrital gold as an indicator mineral Masson, F.-X., Beaudoin, G. and Laurendeau, D. / Multi-method 2D and 3D reconstruction of gold grain morphology in alluvial deposits: a review and application to the Rivière du Moulin (Québec, Canada) Combes, V., Teitler, Y., Eglinger, A., André-Mayer, A.-S., Heuret, A., Pochon, A., Cathelineau, M. and Gibert, P. / Diversity of supergene gold expressions and implications for gold targetting in an equatorial regolith (AMG’s Couriège Exploration Prospect, French Guiana) Leal, S., Lima, A. and Noronha, F. / Characterization of heavy mineral concentrates and detrital gold particles from the Bigorne granite-hosted gold deposit in the Iberian Variscan Belt Standish, C. D., Chapman, R. J., Moles, N. R., Walshaw, R. D. and Sheridan, J. A. / Archaeological applications of natural gold analyses Index
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    Call number: 10.1144/SP512-2021-160 (e-book)
    In: Special publications / the Geological Society, London, No. 512
    Description / Table of Contents: The Carboniferous chronostratigraphic scale consists of two subsystems, six series and seven stages. Precise numerical age control within the Carboniferous is uneven, and a global magnetic polarity timescale for the Carboniferous is far from established. Isotope stratigraphy based on Sr, C and O isotopes is at an early stage but has already identified a few Sr and C isotope events of use to global correlation. Cyclostratigraphy has created a workable astrochronology for part of Pennsylvanian time that needs better calibration. Chronostratigraphic definitions of most of the seven Carboniferous stages remain unfinished. Future research on the Carboniferous timescale should focus on Global Stratotype Section and Point (GSSP) selection for the remaining, undefined stage bases, definition and characterization of substages, and further development and integration of the Carboniferous chronostratigraphic scale with radioisotopic, magnetostratigraphic, chemostratigraphic and cyclostratigraphic tools for calibration and correlation, and the cross-correlation of non-marine and marine chronologies.
    Type of Medium: 12
    Pages: 1 Online-Ressource (vi, 1016 Seiten) , Illustrationen, Diagramme, Karten
    ISBN: 9781786205421 , 978-1-78620-542-1
    ISSN: 0305-8719
    Series Statement: Special publications / the Geological Society, London No. 512
    Language: English
    Note: Contents PART A Lucas, S. G., Schneider, J. W., Nikolaeva, S. and Wang, X. / The Carboniferous timescale: an introduction Carboniferous chronostratigraphy Lucas, S. G., Schneider, J. W., Nikolaeva, S. and Wang, X. / The Carboniferous chronostratigraphic scale: history, status and prospectus Alekseev, A. S., Nikolaeva, S. V., Goreva, N. V., Donova, N. B., Kossovaya, O. L., Kulagina, E. I., Kucheva, N. A., Kurilenko, A. V., Kutygin, R. V., Popeko, L. I. and Stepanova, T. I. / Russian regional Carboniferous stratigraphy González, C. R. and Díaz Saravia, P. / Proposed chronostratigraphic units for the Carboniferous and early Permian of the southwestern Gondwana margin Magnetostratigraphy Hounslow, M. W. / A geomagnetic polarity timescale for the Carboniferous Isotope stratigraphy Chen, J., Chen, B. and Montañez, I. P. 7 Carboniferous isotope stratigraphy Cyclostratigraphy Montañez, I. P. 7 Current synthesis of the penultimate icehouse and its imprint on the Upper Devonian through Permian stratigraphic record Marine biostratigraphy Vachard, D. and Le Coze, F. 7 Carboniferous smaller Foraminifera: convergences and divergences Ueno, K. 7 Carboniferous fusuline Foraminifera: taxonomy, regional biostratigraphy, and palaeobiogeographic faunal development Angiolini, L., Cisterna, G. A., Mottequin, B., Shen, S.-Z. and Muttoni, G. 7 Global Carboniferous brachiopod biostratigraphy Ausich, W. I., Kammer, T. W. and Mirantsev, G. V. 7 Carboniferous crinoids Wang, X.-D., Yang, S.-R., Yao, L., Sugiyama, T. and Hu, K.-yi 7 Carboniferous biostratigraphy of rugose corals Nikolaeva, S. V. / Carboniferous ammonoid genozones PART B Barrick, J. E., Alekseev, A. S., Blanco-Ferrera, S., Goreva, N. V., Hu, K., Lambert, L. L., Nemyrovska, T. I., Qi, Y., Ritter, S. M. and Sanz-López, J. 7 Carboniferous conodont biostratigraphy Ginter, M. / The biostratigraphy of Carboniferous chondrichthyans Non-marine biostratigraphy Eble, C. F. / Appalachian coal bed palynofloras: changes in composition through time and comparison with other areas Opluštil, S., Cleal, C. J., Wang, J. and Wan, M. / Carboniferous macrofloral biostratigraphy: an overview Schneider, J. W., Scholze, F., Ross, A. J., Blake, B. M. Jr and Lucas, S. G. / Improved blattoid insect and conchostracan zonation for the Late Carboniferous, Pennsylvanian, of Euramerica Amler, M. R. W. and Silantiev, V. V. / A global review of Carboniferous marine and non-marine bivalve biostratigraphy Lucas, S. G., Stimson, M. R., King, O. A., Calder, J. H., Mansky, C. F., Hebert, B. L. and Hunt, A. P. / Carboniferous tetrapod footprint biostratigraphy, biochronology and evolutionary events Lucas, S. G. / Carboniferous tetrapod biostratigraphy, biochronology and evolutionary events Index
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    Call number: 10.1144/SP521 (e-book)
    In: Special publications / the Geological Society, London, No. 521
    Description / Table of Contents: Mesozoic Biological Events and Ecosystems in East Asia covers a wide range of topics, encompassing palaeoenvironments, palaeoecosystems and important vertebrate, invertebrate and plant fossils, some found in amber with excellent preservation of delicate morphological features. Fifty-three authors from a number of different disciplines - geochronology, palaeontology, stratigraphy, sedimentology, tectonics and geochemistry - contribute to the 18 articles in the volume. Well-preserved fossils and rocks continue to be found from marine and terrestrial sediments across East Asia. Over some years, the palaeontological and geological evidence discovered from this region has significantly improved our understanding of Mesozoic environments. In discussing feathered dinosaurs, primitive birds, early mammals, diverse insects, amber inclusions, the oldest-known flowers and research utilizing new, advanced methods, this volume explores Earth's history in even greater detail. What other exciting discoveries are waiting to be unveiled in the future?
    Type of Medium: 12
    Pages: 1 Online-Ressource (vi, 242 Seiten) , Illustrationen, Diagramme, Karten , 26 cm
    ISBN: 9781786205674 , 978-1-78620-567-4 , 178620567X
    ISSN: 0305-8719
    Series Statement: Special publications / the Geological Society, London No. 521
    Language: English
    Note: Contents Chang, S.-G. and Zheng, D. / Mesozoic biological events and ecosystems in East Asia: introduction Clues and evidence from vertebrate fossils Zhou, C.-F., Wang, X. and Wang, J. / First evidence for tooth–tooth occlusion in a ctenochasmatid pterosaur from the Early Cretaceous Jehol Biota Yang, T.-R. and Sander, P. M. / The reproductive biology of oviraptorosaurs: a synthesis Pei, R. and Xu, X. / New prospects on the cranial evolution of non-avialan paravian theropods based on geometric morphometrics Clues and evidence from invertebrate and plant fossils Zhang, Q., Zheng, D., Wang, B. and Zhang, H. / A review of Triassic insects in China Chen, J. / True hopper fossils (Fulgoromorpha and Cicadomorpha) in the Jurassic to Cretaceous of eastern Asia and their evolutionary implications Cui, D.-F., Hou, Y., Yin, P. and Wang, X. / A Jurassic flower bud from China Peng, J., Slater, S. M. and Vajda, V. / A Late Triassic vegetation record from the Huangshanjie Formation, Junggar Basin, China: possible evidence for the Carnian Pluvial Episode Liao, H. / Clam shrimp of the Middle–Late Jurassic Yanliao Biota in China Wang, H., Du, S., Yu, T., Li, S., Lu, H., Zhang, H., Cao, M. and Horne, D. J. / Ostracods from the Pingyi Basin (eastern China) and their significance for the K/Pg boundary Significant fossils from amber Zhang, Q. and Zhang, J. / New record of Zhangsolva Nagatomi and Yang, 1998 (Diptera, Zhangsolvidae) from mid-Cretaceous Burmese amber and its implications Yu, Y., Hu, G., Zhu, Y., Li, Y., Jiang, W., Rasnitsyn, A. P., Zhang, H. and Zhang, Q. / New material for Peleserphidae (Proctotrupoidea, Hymenoptera) in Mid-Cretaceous Burmese (Kachin) amber Yu, T. / New data on gastropod genus Hirsuticyclus (Caenogastropoda, Cyclophoridae) from mid-Cretaceous Kachin amber Jarzembowski, E. A., Zheng, D. and Zhao, X. / Is the beetle Omma (Insecta: Coleoptera) a living fossil? Zheng, D., Jarzembowski, E. A., Zhuo, D. and Nel, A. / Protohemiphlebiidae fam. nov., a stem hemiphlebioid damselfly from Cretaceous amber in Kachin Paleoenvironments and paleoecosystems Zhao, X., Zheng, D., Wang, H., Fang, Y., Xue, N. and Zhang, H. / Carbon cycle perturbation and mercury anomalies in terrestrial Oceanic Anoxic Event 1b from Jiuquan Basin, NW China Li, T., Yang, X.-J. and Zhu, Y.-B. / Estimates of late Albian atmospheric CO2 based on stomata of Pseudofrenelopsis from Jilin Province, NE China Wang, J., Zhou, C.-F., Jourdan, F. and Chang, S.-C. / Jehol fossils from the Jiaolai Basin of Shandong, North China: review and new perspectives Wang, J., Yuan, Y., Zhang, D. and Chang, S.-C. / Detrital zircon geochronology of Late Cretaceous successions in the Ganzhou Basin, South China: evidence of a major tectonic transition Index
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    Call number: 9/M 07.0421(509)
    In: Geological Society special publication ; 509
    Type of Medium: Monograph available for loan
    Pages: 289 Seiten , Illustrationen
    Series Statement: Geological Society special publication no. 509
    Language: English
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    Call number: 9780128191101 (e-book)
    Type of Medium: 12
    Pages: 1 Online-Ressource (806 Seiten)
    Edition: 2nd edition
    ISBN: 9780128191101
    Language: English
    Note: Contents List of contributors Preface 1 Antarctic Climate Evolution - second edition 1.1 Introduction 1.2 Structure and content of the book Acknowledgements References 2 Sixty years of coordination and support for Antarctic science - the role of SCAR 2.1 Introduction 2.2 Scientific value of research in Antarctica and the Southern Ocean 2.3 The international framework in which SCAR operates 2.4 The organisation of SCAR 2.5 Sixty years of significant Antarctic science discoveries 2.6 Scientific Horizon Scan 2.7 Summary References Appendix 3 Cenozoic history of Antarctic glaciation and climate from onshore and offshore studies 3.1 Introduction 3.2 Long-term tectonic drivers and ice sheet evolution 3.3 Global climate variability and direct evidence for Antarctic ice sheet variability in the Cenozoic 3.3.1 Late Cretaceous to early Oligocene evidence of Antarctic ice sheets and climate variability 3.3.2 The Eocene-Oligocene transition and continental-scale glaciation of Antarctica 3.3.3 Transient glaciations of the Oligocene and Miocene 3.3.4 Pliocene to Pleistocene 3.4 Regional seismic stratigraphies and drill core correlations, and future priorities to reconstruct Antarctica's Cenozoic 3.4.1 Ross Sea 3.4.2 Amundsen Sea 3.4.3 Bellingshausen Sea and Pacific coastline of Antarctic Peninsula 3.4.4 The Northern Antarctic Peninsula and South Shetland Islands 3.4.5 The Eastern Margin of the Antarctic Peninsula 3.4.6 The South Orkney Microcontinent and adjacent deep-water basins 3.4.7 East Antarctic Margin 3.4.7.1 Weddell Sea 3.4.7.1.1 Gondwana break-up, Weddell Sea opening and pre-ice-sheet depositional environment 3.4.7.1.2 The Eocene-Oligocene transition and paleoenvironment during increasing glacial conditions 3.4.7.1.3 Recent geophysical survey beneath the Ekström Ice Shelf and future directions for drilling 3.4.7.2 Prydz Bay 3.4.7.2.1 Early Cenozoic greenhouse and earliest glacial phase in late Eocene 3.4.7.2.2 Oligocene-Miocene ice-sheet development 3.4.7.2.3 The Polar Ice Sheet (late Miocene(?)-Pleistocene) 3.4.7.3 East Antarctic Margin - Sabrina Coast 3.4.7.4 Wilkes Land margin and Georges V Land 3.5 Summary, future directions and challenges Acknowledgements References 4 Water masses, circulation and change in the modern Southern Ocean 4.1 Introduction 4.1.1 Defining the Southern Ocean 4.2 Water masses - characteristics and distribution 4.2.1 Upper ocean 4.2.2 Intermediate depth waters 4.2.3 Deep water 4.2.4 Bottom water 4.3 Southern Ocean circulation 4.3.1 Antarctic Circumpolar Current (ACC) 4.3.2 Southern Ocean meridional overturning circulation (SOMOC) 4.3.3 Deep western boundary currents 4.3.3.1 Pacific deep western boundary current 4.3.3.2 Indian deep western boundary currents 4.3.3.3 Atlantic deep western boundary current 4.3.4 Subpolar circulation - gyres, slope and coastal currents 4.3.4.1 Gyres 4.3.4.2 Antarctic slope and coastal currents 4.4 Modern Southern Ocean change 4.4.1 Climate change 4.4.2 Ocean change 4.4.3 Change in dynamics and circulation 4.5 Concluding remarks References 5 Advances in numerical modelling of the Antarctic ice sheet 5.1 Introduction and aims 5.2 Advances in ice sheet modelling 5.2.1 Grounding line physics 5.2.2 Adaptive grids 5.2.3 Parallel ice sheet model - PISM 5.2.4 Coupled models 5.3 Model input - bed data 5.4 Advances in knowledge of bed processes 5.5 Model intercomparison 5.6 Brief case studies 5.7 Future work References 6 The Antarctic Continent in Gondwana: a perspective from the Ross Embayment and Potential Research Targets for Future Investigations 6.1 Introduction 6.2 The Antarctic plate and the present-day geological setting of the Ross Embayment 6.3 East Antarctica 6.3.1 The Main Geological Units during the Paleoproterozoic-Early Neoproterozoic Rodinia Assemblage 6.3.2 From Rodinia breakup to Gondwana (c. 800-650 Ma) 6.3.3 The 'Ross Orogen' in the Transantarctic Mountains during the late Precambrian-early Paleozoic evolution of the paleo-Pacific margin of Gondwana (c. 600-450 Ma) 6.4 West Antarctic Accretionary System 6.4.1 West Antarctica in the Precambrian to Mesozoic (c. 180 Ma) evolution of Gondwana until the middle Jurassic breakup 6.4.1.1 Precambrian to Cambrian metamorphic basement 6.4.1.2 Devono-Carboniferous arc magmatism ('Borchgrevink Event') (c. 370-350 Ma) 6.4.1.3 Beacon Supergroup (Devonian-Permo-Triassic-earliest Jurassic) 6.4.1.4 The Ellsworth-Whitmore Mountains Terrane and the Permo-Triassic arc magmatism 6.4.1.5 Ferrar Supergroup and the Gondwana breakup (c. 180Ma) 6.4.1.6 The Antarctic Andean Orogen 6.5 Mesozoic to Cenozoic Tectonic Evolution of the Transantarctic Mountains 6.6 Tectonic evolution in the Ross Sea Sector during the Cenozoic 6.7 Concluding remarks, open problems and potential research themes for future geoscience investigations in Antarctica 6.7.1 Persistent challenges for onshore geoscience investigations 6.7.2 Antarctica and the Ross Orogen in the Transantarctic Mountains 6.7.3 Antarctica after Gondwana fragmentation Acknowledgements References 7 The Eocene-Oligocene boundary climate transition: an Antarctic perspective 7.1 Introduction 7.2 Background 7.2.1 Plate tectonic setting 7.2.2 Antarctic paleotopography 7.2.3 Paleoceanographic setting 7.2.4 Global average and regional sea level response 7.2.5 Proxies to reconstruct past Antarctic climatic and environmental evolution 7.2.6 Far-field proxies 7.3 Antarctic Sedimentary Archives 7.3.1 Land-based outcrops 7.3.1.1 Antarctic Peninsula Region 7.3.1.2 King George (25 de Mayo) Island, South Shetland Islands 7.3.1.3 The Ross Sea Region 7.3.2 Sedimentary archives from drilling on the Antarctic Margin 7.3.2.1 Drill cores in the western Ross Sea 7.3.2.2 The Prydz Bay Region 7.3.2.3 Weddell Sea 7.3.2.4 Wilkes Land 7.4 Summary of climate signals from Antarctic sedimentary archives 7.4.1 Longer-term changes 7.4.2 The climate of the Eocene-Oligocene transition 7.5 The global context of Earth and climate system changes across the EOT 7.5.1 Climate modelling 7.5.2 Relative sea-level change around Antarctica 7.6 Summary 7.6.1 Early-middle Eocene polar warmth 7.6.2 Late Eocene cooling 7.6.3 Eocene-Oligocene transition Acknowledgements References 8 Antarctic Ice Sheet dynamics during the Late Oligocene and Early Miocene: climatic conundrums revisited 8.1 Introduction 8.2 Oligocene-Miocene Transition in Antarctic geological records and its climatic significance 8.3 Conundrums revisited 8.3.1 What caused major transient glaciation of Antarctica across the OMT? 8.3.2 Apparent decoupling of Late Oligocene climate and ice volume? 8.4 Concluding remarks Acknowledgements References 9 Antarctic environmental change and ice sheet evolution through the Miocene to Pliocene - a perspective from the Ross Sea and George V to Wilkes Land Coasts 9.1 Introduction 9.1.1 Overview and relevance 9.1.2 Far-field records of climate and ice sheet variability 9.1.2.1 The Early Miocene 9.1.2.2 The mid-Miocene 9.1.2.3 The Late Miocene 9.1.2.4 The Pliocene 9.1.3 Southern Ocean Paleogeography and Paleoceanography 9.1.4 Land elevation change and influences on Antarctic Ice Sheet evolution 9.2 Records of Miocene to Pliocene climate and ice sheet variability from the Antarctic margin 9.2.1 Introduction to stratigraphic records 9.2.2 George V Land to Wilkes Land Margin 9.2.2.1 Geological setting 9.2.2.2 Oceanography of the Adelie coast 9.2.2.3 Seismic stratigraphy off the George V Land to Wilkes Land Margin 9.2.2.4 Drill core records from the George V Land to Wilkes Land Margin 9.2.2.5 Neogene history of the George V Land to Wilkes Land margin 9.2.3 The Ross Sea Embayment and Southern Victoria Land 9.2.3.1 Geological setting 9.2.3.2 Oceanography and climate in the Ross Sea Region 9.2.3.3 Seismic stratigraphic records in the Ross Sea 9.2.3.4 Stratigraphic records from drill cores in the Ross Sea 9.2.3.5 Terrestrial records from Southern Victoria Land 9.2.3.6 Neogene history in the Ross Sea Region 9.3 Numerical modelling 9.3.1 Miocene
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    Call number: 978-3-11-065780-7
    Description / Table of Contents: Frontmatter -- Inhaltsverzeichnis -- Komplexität und Vielfalt gestalten -- Vorwort der Herausgeberinnen und des Herausgebers -- 1 Datenökosystem -- 1.1 Gesellschaftliche, technologische und internationale, nationalstaatliche bzw. bundeslandspezifische Treiber -- 1.2 Deutschland in der European Open Science Cloud -- 1.3 Förderpolitische Maßgaben -- 1.4 Rechtliche Aspekte des Forschungsdatenmanagements -- 1.5 Forschungsethik und Forschungsdaten -- 2 Datenmarkt -- 2.1 Kommerzielle Datenmärkte -- 2.2 Wissenschaftlicher Datenmarkt -- 2.3 Urbane Datenräume und digitale Gemeingüter – Instrumente für Open Government und mehr -- 3 Datenkultur -- 3.1 Bewusstseinsbildung im Curriculum -- 3.2 GO FAIR und GO CHANGE: Chancen für das deutsche Wissenschaftssystem -- 3.3 Schulungs- und Beratungskonzepte -- 3.4 Aus- und Weiterbildung für das Forschungsdatenmanagement in Deutschland -- 3.5 Barrieren, Hemmschwellen und Gatekeeper -- 4 Datenmanagement -- 4.1 Planung, Beschreibung und Dokumentation von Forschungsdaten -- 4.2 Datenspeicherung, -kuration und Langzeitverfügbarkeit -- 4.3 Qualitätsmanagement -- 4.4 Disziplinspezifische und –konvergente FDM-Projekte -- 5 Datentransfer und –nachnutzung -- 5.1 Auffindbarkeit und Nutzbarkeit von Daten -- 5.2 Data Retrieval -- 5.3 Kollaboratives Arbeiten mit Daten -- 5.4 Datenvisualisierung -- 5.5 Beispiele für Data Sharing am Deutschen Klimarechenzentrum (DKRZ) -- 5.6 Publikation und Zitierung von digitalen Forschungsdaten -- Aktuelle Entwicklung und Herausforderungen im Forschungsdatenmanagement in Deutschland -- Quellenverzeichnis -- Abkürzungsverzeichnis -- Über die Autorinnen und Autoren -- Index
    Description / Table of Contents: Aktuelle Geschehnisse wie das Inkrafttreten des Kodex „Leitlinien zur Sicherung guter wissenschaftlicher Praxis" der Deutschen Forschungsgemeinschaft (DFG) oder der Aufbau der Nationalen Forschungsdateninfrastruktur (NFDI) und der European Open Science Cloud (EOSC) stellen Anbietende, Produzierende und Nutzende von Forschungsdaten vor fachwissenschaftliche, technische, rechtliche und organisatorische Herausforderungen. Das Praxishandbuch Forschungsdatenmanagement behandelt umfassend alle relevanten Aspekte des Forschungsdatenmanagements und der derzeitigen Rahmenbedingungen im Datenökosystem. Insbesondere die praktischen Implikationen der Datenpolitik und des -rechts, des jeweiligen Datenmarkts, der Datenkultur, der persönlichen Qualifizierung, des Datenmanagements sowie des „FAIR"en Datentransfers und der Datennachnutzung werden untersucht. Das Praxishandbuch gibt überdies einen Überblick über Projekte, Entwicklungen und Herausforderungen beim Forschungsdatenmanagement
    Type of Medium: 12
    Pages: 1 Online-Ressource (VII, 587 Seiten) , Illustrationen, Diagramme
    ISBN: 9783110657807 , 9783110653755
    Series Statement: De Gruyter Praxishandbuch
    URL: Volltext  (kostenfrei)
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    Language: German
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    Edinburgh : Dunedin
    Call number: 9781780466637 (e-book)
    Description / Table of Contents: Two thirds of our planet is covered by oceans and seas. Over recent decades developments in ocean science have dramatically improved our understanding of the key role oceans play in the Earth System, and how vital they are for regulating global climate. Humans depend on the oceans for many resources, but at the same time their impacts on the marine systems around the world are of increasing concern. Introducing Oceanography has been written by two leading oceanographers to provide a succinct overview of the science of the study of the seas for students and for the interested adult wanting a topical guide to this enormous and complex subject. The initial chapters describe the oceans and the forces at work within them. The authors then discuss the effects of light, the chemistry of the seas and the food web before surveying biological oceanography in the main oceanic regions. The final chapter looks at the methodology of ocean study. Copiously illustrated, this book is intended for those whose interest in oceanography has been stimulated, perhaps by media coverage of declining resources or climate change and who want to know more. Technical terms are kept to a minimum and are explained in a glossary.
    Description / Table of Contents: Written by two leading oceanographers, Introducing Oceanography has rapidly established itself as a key introductory overview of its subject.
    Type of Medium: 12
    Pages: 1 Online-Ressource (191 Seiten) , Illustrationen
    Edition: Second edition
    ISBN: 9781780466637
    Series Statement: Introducing Earth and Environmental Sciences
    Language: English
    Note: Intro Contents Preface 1. The water in the oceans 2. Density and density flows 3. Ocean waves 4. Flow in the oceans 5. The tides 6. Stratification and fronts in shelf seas 7. Light in the oceans 8. Biology of the oceans 9. Chemistry of the oceans 10. Primary production in the oceans 11. Ocean food webs 12. Biology at the ocean extremes 13 Changing oceans 14. Sampling the oceans Glossary Further Reading
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    Tucson : University of Arizona Press
    Call number: 978-0-8165-4439-4 (e-book)
    Description / Table of Contents: "Once Upon the Permafrost is a longitudinal climate ethnography about "knowing" a specific culture and the ecosystem that culture physically and spiritually depends on in the twenty-first-century context of climate change. Through careful integration of contemporary narratives, on-site observations, and document analysis, Susan Alexandra Crate shows how local understandings of change and the vernacular knowledge systems they are founded on provide critical information for interdisciplinary collaboration and effective policy prescriptions
    Type of Medium: 12
    Pages: 1 Online-Ressource (xxviii, 327 Seiten) , Illustrationen , 23 cm
    Edition: Open-access edition published 2022
    ISBN: 9780816541553 , 0816541558 , 9780816541546 , 081654154X
    Series Statement: Critical green engagements: understanding the green economy and its alternatives
    Language: English
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    Call number: 9783030523244 (e-book)
    Description / Table of Contents: This book investigates the multifaceted nature of change in today’s Nordic Arctic and the necessary research and policy development required to address the challenges and opportunities currently faced by this region. It focuses its attention on the recent efforts of the Nordic community to create specialized Centers of Excellence in Arctic Research in order to facilitate this process of scientific inquiry and policy articulation. The volume seeks to describe both the steps that lead to this decision and the manner in which this undertaking as evolved. The work highlights the research efforts of the four Centers and their investigations of a variety of issues including those related to ecosystem and wildlife management, the revitalization resource dependent communities, the emergence of new climate-born diseases and the development of adequate modeling techniques to assist northern communities in their efforts at adaptation and resilience building. Major discoveries and insights arising from these and other efforts are detailed and possible policy implications considered. The book also focuses attention on the challenges of creating and supporting multidisciplinary teams of researchers to investigate such concerns and the methods and means for facilitating their collaboration and the integration of their findings to form new and useful perspectives on the nature of change in the contemporary Arctic. It also provides helpful consideration and examples of how local and indigenous communities can be engaged in the co-production of knowledge regarding the region. The volume discusses how such research findings can be best communicated and shared between scientists, policymakers and northern residents. It considers the challenges of building common concern not just among different research disciplines but also between bureaucracies and the public. Only when this bridge-building effort is undertaken can true pathways to action be established. .
    Type of Medium: 12
    Pages: 1 Online-Ressource (xxv, 448 Seiten) , Illustrationen, Diagramme, Karten
    ISBN: 9783030523244 , 978-3-030-52324-4
    ISSN: 2510-0475 , 2510-0483
    Series Statement: Springer Polar Sciences
    Language: English
    Note: Contents Part I 1 An Introduction / Douglas C. Nord 2 NordForsk as a Facilitator of Integrated Research on the Arctic / Gunnel Gustafsson Part II 3 CLINF: Climate-Change Effects on the Epidemiology of Infectious Diseases, and the Associated Impacts on Northern Societies / Birgitta Evengård and Tomas Thierfelder 4 CLINF: An Integrated Project Design / Tomas Thierfelder and Birgitta Evengård 5 Modeling Climate Sensitive Infectious Diseases in the Arctic / Gia Destouni, Zahra Kalantari, Shaun Quegan, Didier Leibovici, Juha Lemmetyinen, and Jaakko Ikonen 6 Reindeer Herding and Coastal Pastures: Adaptation to Multiple Stressors and Cumulative Effects / Grete K. Hovelsrud, Camilla Risvoll, Jan Åge Riseth, Hans Tømmervik, Anna Omazic, and Ann Albihn Part III 7 The ARCPATH Project: Assessing Risky Environments and Rapid Change: Research on Climate, Adaptation and Coastal Communities in the North Atlantic Arctic / Astrid E. J. Ogilvie, Yongqi Gao, Níels Einarsson, Noel Keenlyside, and Leslie A. King 8 The Climate Model: An ARCPATH Tool to Understand and Predict Climate Change / Shuting Yang, Yongqi Gao, Koenigk Torben, Noel Keenlyside, and François Counillon 9 Whale Ecosystem Services and Co-production Processes Underpinning Human Wellbeing in the Arctic: Case Studies from Greenland, Iceland and Norway / Laura Malinauskaite, David Cook, Brynhildur Davíðsdóttir, and Helga Ögmundardóttir 10 “Small Science”: Community Engagement and Local Research in an Era of Big Science Agendas / Catherine Chambers, Leslie A. King, David Cook, Laura Malinauskaite, Margaret Willson, Astrid E. J. Ogilvie, and Níels Einarsson Part IV 11 Project ReiGN: Reindeer Husbandry in a Globalizing North–Resilience, Adaptations and Pathways for Actions / Øystein Holand, Jon Moen, Jouko Kumpula, Annette Löf, Sirpa Rasmus, and Knut Røed 12 What Drives the Number of Semi-domesticated Reindeer? Pasture Dynamics and Economic Incentives in Fennoscandian Reindeer Husbandry / Antti-Juhani Pekkarinen, Jouko Kumpula, and Olli Tahvonen 13 Reindeer Herders as Stakeholders or Rights-Holders? Introducing a Social Equity-Based Conceptualization Relevant for Indigenous and Local Communities / Simo Sarkki, Hannu I. Heikkinen, and Annette Löf 14 Working Together: Reflections on a Transdisciplinary Effort of Co-producing Knowledge on Supplementary Feeding in Reindeer Husbandry Across Fennoscandia / Tim Horstkotte, Élise Lépy, and Camilla Risvoll Part V 15 Is There Such a Thing as ‘Best Practice’? Exploring the Extraction/Sustainability Dilemma in the Arctic / Sverker Sörlin 16 When Mines Go Silent: Exploring the Afterlives of Extraction Sites / Dag Avango and Gunhild Rosqvist 17 Mining Emotions: Affective Approaches to Resource Extraction / Frank Sejersen and Kirsten Thisted Part VI 18 The Challenge of Synthesis: Lessons from Arctic Climate Predictions: Pathways to Resilient, Sustainable Societies (ARCPATH) / Leslie A. King and Astrid E. J. Ogilvie 19 The Assessment and Evaluation of Arctic Research – Where Have We Come From and Where Do We Need to Go in the Future? / Andre van Amstel, Amy Lauren Lovecraft, Maureen Biermann, Roberta Marinelli, and Douglas C. Nord 20 Findings and Conclusions: Pathways to Action / Douglas C. Nord
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    Call number: 9783030249823 (e-book)
    Description / Table of Contents: This two-volume book provides a comprehensive, detailed understanding of paleoclimatology beginning by describing the “proxy data” from which quantitative climate parameters are reconstructed and finally by developing a comprehensive Earth system model able to simulate past climates of the Earth. It compiles contributions from specialists in each field who each have an in-depth knowledge of their particular area of expertise. The first volume is devoted to “Finding, dating and interpreting the evidence”. It describes the different geo-chronological technical methods used in paleoclimatology. Different fields of geosciences such as: stratigraphy, magnetism, dendrochronology, sedimentology, are drawn from and proxy reconstructions from ice sheets, terrestrial (speleothems, lakes, and vegetation) and oceanic data, are used to reconstruct the ancient climates of the Earth. The second volume, entitled “Investigation into ancient climates,” focuses on building comprehensive models of past climate evolution. The chapters are based on understanding the processes driving the evolution of each component of the Earth system (atmosphere, ocean, ice). This volume provides both an analytical understanding of each component using a hierarchy of models (from conceptual to very sophisticated 3D general circulation models) and a synthetic approach incorporating all of these components to explore the evolution of the Earth as a global system. As a whole this book provides the reader with a complete view of data reconstruction and modeling of the climate of the Earth from deep time to present day with even an excursion to include impacts on future climate.
    Type of Medium: 12
    Pages: 1 Online-Ressource (xxiv, 478 Seiten) , Illustrationen, Diagramme
    ISBN: 9783030249823 , 978-3-030-24982-3
    ISSN: 1863-4621 , 1863-463X
    Series Statement: Frontiers in earth sciences
    Language: English
    Note: Contents Volume 1 1 The Climate System: Its Functioning and History / Sylvie Joussaume and Jean-Claude Duplessy 2 The Changing Face of the Earth Throughout the Ages / Frédéric Fluteau and Pierre Sepulchre 3 Introduction to Geochronology / Hervé Guillou 4 Carbon-14 / Martine Paterne, Élisabeth Michel, and Christine Hatté et Jean-Claude Dutay 5 The 40 K/ 40 Ar and 40 Ar/ 39 Ar Methods / Hervé Guillou, Sébastien Nomade, and Vincent Scao 6 Dating of Corals and Other Geological Samples via the Radioactive Disequilibrium of Uranium and Thorium Isotopes / Norbert Frank and Freya Hemsing 7 Magnetostratigraphy: From a Million to a Thousand Years / Carlo Laj, James E. T. Channell, and Catherine Kissel 8 Dendrochronology / Frédéric Guibal and Joël Guiot 9 The Dating of Ice-Core Archives / Frédéric Parrenin 10 Reconstructing the Physics and Circulation of the Atmosphere / Valérie Masson-Delmotte and Joël Guiot 11 Air-Ice Interface: Polar Ice / Valérie Masson-Delmotte and Jean Jouzel 12 Air-Vegetation Interface: Pollen / Joël Guiot 13 Ground-Air Interface: The Loess Sequences, Markers of Atmospheric Circulation / Denis-Didier Rousseau and Christine Hatté 14 Air-Ground Interface: Reconstruction of Paleoclimates Using Speleothems / Dominique Genty and Ana Moreno 15 Air-Interface: d18O Records of Past Meteoric Water Using Benthic Ostracods from Deep Lakes / Ulrich von Grafenstein and Inga Labuhn 16 Vegetation-Atmosphere Interface: Tree Rings / Joël Guiot and Valérie Daux 17 Air-Vegetation Interface: An Example of the Use of Historical Data on Grape Harvests / Valérie Daux 18 Air-Ground Interface: Sediment Tracers in Tropical Lakes / David Williamson 19 Air-water Interface: Tropical Lake Diatoms and Isotope Hydrology Modeling / Florence Sylvestre, Françoise Gasse, Françoise Vimeux, and Benjamin Quesada 20 Air-Ice Interface: Tropical Glaciers / Françoise Vimeux 21 Climate and the Evolution of the Ocean: The Paleoceanographic Data / Thibaut Caley, Natalia Vázquez Riveiros, Laurent Labeyrie, Elsa Cortijo, and Jean-Claude Duplessy Volume 2 22 Climate Evolution on the Geological Timescale and the Role of Paleogeographic Changes / Frédéric Fluteau and Pierre Sepulchre 23 Biogeochemical Cycles and Aerosols Over the Last Million Years / Nathaelle Bouttes, Laurent Bopp, Samuel Albani, Gilles Ramstein, Tristan Vadsaria, and Emilie Capron 24 The Cryosphere and Sea Level / Catherine Ritz, Vincent Peyaud, Claire Waelbroeck, and Florence Colleoni 25 Modeling and Paleoclimatology / Masa Kageyama and Didier Paillard 26 The Precambrian Climate / Yves Goddéris, Gilles Ramstein, and Guillaume Le Hir 27 The Phanerozoic Climate / Yves Goddéris, Yannick Donnadieu, and Alexandre Pohl 28 Climate and Astronomical Cycles / Didier Paillard 29 Rapid Climate Variability: Description and Mechanisms / Masa Kageyama, Didier M. Roche, Nathalie Combourieu Nebout, and Jorge Alvarez-Solas 30 An Introduction to the Holocene and Anthropic Disturbance / Pascale Braconnot and Pascal Yiou 31 From the Climates of the Past to the Climates of the Future / Sylvie Charbit, Nathaelle Bouttes, Aurélien Quiquet, Laurent Bopp, Gilles Ramstein, Jean-Louis Dufresne, and Julien Cattiaux
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    Call number: 9783030425845 (e-book)
    Description / Table of Contents: Our realisation of how profoundly glaciers and ice sheets respond to climate change and impact sea level and the environment has propelled their study to the forefront of Earth system science. Aspects of this multidisciplinary endeavour now constitute major areas of research. This book is named after the international summer school held annually in the beautiful alpine village of Karthaus, Northern Italy, and consists of twenty chapters based on lectures from the school. They cover theory, methods, and observations, and introduce readers to essential glaciological topics such as ice-flow dynamics, polar meteorology, mass balance, ice-core analysis, paleoclimatology, remote sensing and geophysical methods, glacial isostatic adjustment, modern and past glacial fluctuations, and ice sheet reconstruction. The chapters were written by thirty-four contributing authors who are leading international authorities in their fields. The book can be used as a graduate-level textbook for a university course, and as a valuable reference guide for practising glaciologists and climate scientists.
    Type of Medium: 12
    Pages: 1 Online-Ressource (XXVII, 530 Seiten) , Illustrationen
    ISBN: 9783030425845 , 978-3-030-42584-5
    ISSN: 2510-1307 , 2510-1315
    Series Statement: Springer Textbooks in Earth Sciences, Geography and Environment
    Language: English
    Note: Contents 1 Slow Viscous Flow 1.1 Introduction 1.2 Coordinate Systems and the Material Derivative 1.2.1 Eulerian and Lagrangian Coordinates 1.2.2 The Material Derivative 1.3 Mass Conservation 1.4 The Stress Tensor and Momentum Conservation 1.4.1 The Stress Tensor 1.4.2 Momentum Conservation 1.4.3 Rheology 1.4.4 The Navier-Stokes Equations 1.4.5 Stokes Flow 1.5 Boundary Conditions 1.5.1 The No-Slip Condition and the Sliding Law 1.5.2 Dynamic Boundary Conditions 1.5.3 Kinematic Boundary Conditions 1.6 Temperature and Energy Conservation 1.7 Glacier and Ice Sheet Flow 1.8 Examples 1.8.1 Uniform Flow on a Slope 1.8.2 Spreading Flow at an Ice Divide 1.8.3 Small-Amplitude Perturbations 1.9 The Shallow Ice Approximation 1.10 Conclusions and Outlook 1.11 Appendix: Non-dimensionalisation Exercises 2 Thermal Structure 2.1 Temperature Profiles 2.2 Boundary Conditions 2.2.1 The Thermal Near-Surface Wave 2.3 Models: Simple to Complicated 2.4 Basal Conditions 2.4.1 Polythermal Ice 2.5 Modelling Issues 2.5.1 Non-dimensionalisation 2.5.2 Thermomechanical Coupling 2.5.3 Thermal Runaway Exercises 3 Sliding, Drainage and Subglacial Geomorphology 3.1 Introduction 3.2 Sliding Over Hard Beds 3.2.1 Weertman Sliding 3.2.2 Nye-Kamb Theory 3.2.3 Sub-temperate Sliding 3.2.4 Nonlinear Sliding Laws 3.2.5 Cavitation 3.2.6 Comparison with Experiment 3.3 Subglacial Drainage Theory 3.3.1 Weertman Films 3.3.2 Röthlisberger Channels (or ‘R-Channels’) 3.3.3 Jökulhlaups 3.3.4 Subglacial Lakes 3.3.5 Linked Cavities 3.3.6 Drainage Transitions and Glacier Surges 3.3.7 Ongoing Developments 3.4 Basal Processes and Geomorphology 3.4.1 Soft Glacier Beds 3.4.2 Drainage Over Till 3.4.3 Geomorphological Processes Exercises 4 Tidewater Glaciers 4.1 Introduction 4.2 Calving 4.3 Tidewater Glacier Dynamics 4.3.1 Tidewater Glacier Retreat and Instability 4.3.2 Tidewater Glacier Advance 4.3.3 Flow Variability of Tidewater Glaciers 4.4 The Link to Climate: Triggers for Retreat 4.4.1 Ice Shelf Collapse and Backstress 4.4.2 Grounded Calving Fronts 4.5 Outlook 5 Interaction of Ice Shelves with the Ocean 5.1 Introduction 5.2 Impact of Melting Ice on the Ocean 5.3 Processes at the Ice-Ocean Interface 5.4 Buoyancy-Driven Flow on Geophysical Scales 5.5 Sensitivity to Ocean Temperature 5.6 Impact of Meltwater Outflow at the Grounding Line 5.7 Fundamentals of the Three-Dimensional Ocean Circulation 5.8 Some Properties and Limitations of the Geostrophic Equations 5.9 Effects of Stratification 5.10 Three-Dimensional Circulation in Sub-Ice-Shelf Cavities Exercises 6 Polar Meteorology 6.1 Introduction 6.2 Shortwave and Longwave Radiation 6.3 Radiation Climate at the Top of the Atmosphere 6.4 Large Scale Circulation 6.5 Surface Energy Balance 6.5.1 Shortwave Radiation 6.5.2 Surface Albedo 6.5.3 Longwave Radiation 6.5.4 Turbulent Fluxes 6.6 Temperature Inversion and Katabatic Winds 6.6.1 Surface Temperature Inversion and Deficit 6.6.2 Katabatic Winds 6.7 Precipitation 6.8 Notes and References Exercises 7 Mass Balance 7.1 Introduction 7.2 Definitions 7.3 Methods 7.3.1 In Situ Observations 7.3.2 Satellite/Airborne Altimetry 7.3.3 Satellite Gravimetry 7.3.4 Mass Budget Method 7.4 Valley Glaciers and Ice Caps 7.4.1 In Situ Observations 7.4.2 Modelling 7.4.3 Dynamical Response 7.4.4 Remote Sensing 7.5 Antarctic Ice Sheet 7.5.1 Spatial SSMB Variability 7.5.2 Blue Ice Areas 7.5.3 Temporal SSMB Variability 7.6 Greenland Ice Sheet 7.6.1 Spatial SSMB Variability 7.6.2 Temporal SSMB Variability 7.6.3 Role of the Liquid Water Balance 8 Numerical Modelling of Ice Sheets, Streams, and Shelves 8.1 Introduction 8.2 Ice Flow Equations 8.2.1 The Shallow Ice Approximation 8.2.2 Analogy with the Heat Equation 8.3 Finite Difference Numerics 8.3.1 Explicit Scheme for the Heat Equation 8.3.2 A First Implemented Scheme 8.3.3 Stability Criteria and Adaptive Time Stepping 8.3.4 Implicit Schemes 8.3.5 Numerical Solution of Diffusion Equations 8.4 Numerically Solving the SIA 8.5 Exact Solutions and Verification 8.5.1 Exact Solution of the Heat Equation 8.5.2 Halfar’s Exact Similarity Solution to the SIA 8.5.3 Using Halfar’s Solution 8.5.4 A Test of Robustness 8.6 Applying Our Numerical Ice Sheet Model 8.7 Shelves and Streams 8.7.1 The Shallow Shelf Approximation (SSA) 8.7.2 Numerical Solution of the SSA 8.7.3 Numerics of the Linear Boundary Value Problem 8.7.4 Solving the Stress Balance for an Ice Shelf 8.7.5 Realistic Ice Shelf Modelling 8.8 A Summary of Numerical Ice Flow Modelling 8.9 Notes Exercises 9 Least-Squares Data Inversion in Glaciology 9.1 Preamble 9.2 Introduction 9.3 The Roots of GPS in Glaciology 9.4 Introduction to GPS 9.4.1 History 9.4.2 Coarse Acquisition (C/A) Code 9.5 The Equations of Pseudorange 9.6 Least-Squares Solution of an Overdetermined System of Linear Equations 9.7 Observational Techniques to Improve GPS Accuracy 9.7.1 The Ionosphere-Free Combination 9.7.2 Carrier-Phase Determined Range and Integer Wavelength Ambiguity 9.7.3 Resolving Range Ambiguity by Phase Tracking 9.7.4 Differential GPS Exercises 10 Analytical Models of Ice Sheets and Ice Shelves 10.1 Introduction 10.2 Perfectly-Plastic Ice Sheet Model 10.3 The Height–Mass Balance Feedback 10.4 Ice-Sheet Profile for Plane Shear with Glen’s Law 10.5 Ice Shelves Exercise 11 Firn 11.1 Introduction 11.2 Firn Densification 11.2.1 Mechanisms of Firn Densification 11.2.2 Firn Densification Models 11.2.3 Firn Layering and Microstructure 11.3 Applications of Firn Models 11.3.1 Ice Sheet Surface Mass Balance from Altimetry 11.3.2 Delta Age Calculations in Deep Ice Cores 11.4 Summary and Conclusions 12 Ice Cores: Archive of the Climate System 12.1 Introduction 12.2 Dating Ice Cores 12.3 Stable Water Isotopes 12.3.1 Basics and Nomenclature 12.3.2 The Isotope Proxy Thermometer 12.3.3 Examples of Isotope Records 12.3.4 Isotope Diffusion in Firn and Ice 12.3.5 Diffusion Thermometry 12.4 Aerosols in Ice 12.4.1 Introduction and Origin of Aerosols in Ice 12.4.2 Aerosol Sources and Transport 12.4.3 Post-depositional Modification 12.4.4 Seasonal Cycles in Aerosol and Particle Constituents in Ice 12.4.5 The Volcanic Signal in Ice and Its Use for Chronological Control 12.4.6 Marine Biogenic MSA and Sea Salt as Sea-Ice Proxies 12.4.7 The Record of Anthropogenic Pollution 12.4.8 Long Aerosol Records from Greenland and Antarctica 12.4.9 Electrical Properties of Ice and Their Relationship to Chemistry 12.5 Gases Enclosed in Ice 12.5.1 Firn Gas and Gas Occlusion 12.5.2 Trace Gases 12.6 Timing of Climate Events Exercises 13 Satellite Remote Sensing of Glaciers and Ice Sheets 13.1 Introduction 13.2 Optical Sensors and Applications 13.2.1 Sensors and Satellites 13.2.2 Applications 13.3 SAR Methods and Applications 13.3.1 Radar Signal Interaction with Snow and Ice 13.3.2 SAR Sensor and Image Characteristics 13.3.3 InSAR Measurement Principles and Applications 13.4 Satellite Altimetry 13.4.1 Altimetry Missions 13.4.2 Measuring Elevation Change 14 Geophysics 14.1 Geophysical Methods: Overview 14.2 Passive Methods 14.2.1 Gravimetry 14.2.2 Magnetics 14.2.3 Seismology 14.3 Active Methods: Basics 14.3.1 Propagation Properties and Reflection Origin 14.3.2 Seismic System Set-Up 14.3.3 Radar System Set-Up 14.4 Data Acquisition and Processing 14.5 Seismic Applications in Ice 14.5.1 Ice Thickness and Basal Topography 14.5.2 Subglacial Structure and Properties 14.5.3 Rheological and Other Englacial Properties 14.6 Radar Applications in Ice 14.6.1 Internal Layer Architecture and Ice Dynamics 14.6.2 Subglacial Conditions 14.6.3 Englacial Conditions 14.7 Notes and References 14.7.1 Further Reading 14.7.2 Gravimetry 14.7.3 General Wave Equation and Solution 14.7.4 Seismic Waves 14.7.5 Electromagnetic Waves Exercises 15 Glacial Isostatic Adjustment 15.1 Introduction 15.2 Earth Response to Loading 15.2.1 Rheology of the Earth 15.2.2 Building an Earth Model 15.2.3 Earth Models Used in Glaciology and Glacial Isostatic Adjustment 15.3 The Cryosphere and Sea Level 15.3.1 Factors Affecting Sea-Level Change 15
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    Call number: 9783030749132 (e-book)
    Description / Table of Contents: This textbook introduces methods of geoscientific data acquisition using MATLAB in combination with inexpensive data acquisition hardware such as sensors in smartphones, sensors that come with the LEGO MINDSTORMS set, webcams with stereo microphones, and affordable spectral and thermal cameras. The text includes 35 exercises in data acquisition, such as using a smartphone to acquire stereo images of rock specimens from which to calculate point clouds, using visible and near-infrared spectral cameras to classify the minerals in rocks, using thermal cameras to differentiate between different types of surface such as between soil and vegetation, localizing a sound source using travel time differences between pairs of microphones to localize a sound source, quantifying the total harmonic distortion and signal-to-noise ratio of acoustic and elastic signals, acquiring and streaming meteorological data using application programming interfaces, wireless networks, and internet of things platforms, determining the spatial resolution of ultrasonic and optical sensors, and detecting magnetic anomalies using a smartphone magnetometer mounted on a LEGO MINDSTORMS scanner. The book’s electronic supplementary material (available online through Springer Link) contains recipes that include all the MATLAB commands featured in the book, the example data, the LEGO construction plans, photos and videos of the measurement procedures.
    Type of Medium: 12
    Pages: 1 Online-Ressource (xi, 340 Seiten) , Illustrationen, Diagramme
    ISBN: 9783030749132 , 978-3-030-74913-2
    ISSN: 2510-1307 , 2510-1315
    Series Statement: Springer Textbooks in Earth Sciences, Geography and Environment
    Language: English
    Note: Contents 1 Data Acquisition in Earth Sciences 1.1 Introduction 1.2 Methods of Data Acquisition 1.3 Classroom-Sized Earth Science Experiments Recommended Reading 2 Introduction to MATLAB 2.1 MATLAB in Earth Sciences 2.2 Getting Started 2.3 The Syntax 2.4 Array Manipulation 2.5 Basic Visualization Tools 2.6 Generating Code to Recreate Graphics 2.7 Publishing and Sharing MATLAB Code 2.8 Exercises 2.8.1 Getting Started with MATLAB 2.8.2 Using MATLAB Help and Docs 2.8.3 Creating a Simple MATLAB Script 2.8.4 Creating Graphics with MATLAB 2.8.5 Collaborative Coding with MATLAB Recommended Reading 3 MATLAB Programming 3.1 Introduction to Programming 3.2 Data Types in MATLAB 3.3 Data Storage and Handling 3.4 Control Flow 3.5 Scripts and Functions 3.6 Creating Graphical User Interfaces 3.7 Exercises . 3.7.1 Communicating with the LEGO MINDSTORMS EV3 Brick 3.7.2 Controlling EV3 Motors Using an Ultrasonic Sensor 3.7.3 Reading Complex Text Files with MATLAB 3.7.4 Smartphone Sensors with MATLAB Mobile 3.7.5 Smartphone GPS Tracking with MATLAB Mobile Recommended Reading 4 Geometric Properties 4.1 Introduction 4.2 Position on the Earth’s Surface 4.3 Digital Elevation Models of the Earth’s Surface 4.4 Gridding and Contouring 4.5 Exercises 4.5.1 Dip and Dip Direction of Planar Features Using Smartphone Sensors 4.5.2 Precision and Accuracy of Ultrasonic Distance Measurements 4.5.3 Spatial Resolution of the LEGO EV3 Ultrasonic Sensor 4.5.4 Object Scanning with the LEGO EV3 Ultrasonic Sensor 4.5.5 Point Clouds from Multiple Smartphone Images Recommended Reading 5 Visible Light Images 5.1 Introduction 5.2 Visible Electromagnetic Waves 5.3 Acquiring Visible Digital Images 5.4 Storing Images on a Computer 5.5 Processing Images on a Computer 5.6 Image Enhancement, Correction and Rectification 5.7 Exercises 5.7.1 Smartphone Camera/Webcam Images with MATLAB 5.7.2 Enhancing, Rectifying and Referencing Images 5.7.3 Stitching Multiple Smartphone Images 5.7.4 Spatial Resolution of the LEGO EV3 Color Sensor 5.7.5 Scanning Images Using the LEGO EV3 Color Sensor Recommended Reading 6 Spectral Imaging 6.1 Introduction 6.2 Visible to Thermal Electromagnetic Radiation 6.3 Acquiring Spectral Images 6.4 Storing Spectral Images on a Computer 6.5 Processing Spectral Images on a Computer 6.6 Exercises 6.6.1 Infrared Spectrometry of Landscapes 6.6.2 Using Spectral Cameras in a Botanic Garden 6.6.3 Using RGB Cameras to Classify Minerals in Rocks 6.6.4 Using Spectral Cameras to Classify Minerals in Rocks 6.6.5 Thermal Imaging in a Roof Garden Recommended Reading 7 Acquisition of Elastic Signals 7.1 Introduction 7.2 Earth’s Elastic Properties 7.3 Acquiring Elastic Signals 7.4 Storing and Processing Elastic Signals 7.5 Exercises 7.5.1 Smartphone Seismometer 7.5.2 Smartphone Sonar for Distance Measurement 7.5.3 Use of Stereo Microphones to Locate a Sound Source 7.5.4 Sound in Time and Frequency Domains 7.5.5 Distortion of a Harmonic Signal Recommended Reading 8 Gravimetric, Magnetic and Weather Data 8.1 Introduction 8.2 Earth’s Gravity Field, Magnetic Field and Weather 8.3 Acquiring Gravimetric, Magnetic and Weather Data 8.4 Storing Gravimetric, Magnetic and Weather Data 8.5 Exercises 8.5.1 Measuring the Density of Minerals 8.5.2 Gravitational Acceleration 8.5.3 Position, Velocity and Acceleration 8.5.4 LEGO-Smartphone Magnetic Survey 8.5.5 ThingSpeak Weather Station Recommended Reading
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    Cham : Springer
    Call number: 9783030780135 (e-book)
    Description / Table of Contents: The book describes the structure, composition and evolution of the Earth, the main geological processes occurring on it, and how some crucial environmental matters that are amply debated in the media (e.g. pollution, greenhouse effect) can be fully understood by placing them in the holistic context of the system Earth as a whole. It provides basic information on a series of key geological issues, from the structure and composition of the Earth to the large-scale processes that characterize our planet, such as rock alteration and sedimentation, magmatism, geomagnetism, seismicity, plate tectonics, cyclical migration of chemical elements through various Earth reservoirs (Geochemical Cycles), and evolution of the planet from Hadean to present. It intends to reach a wide readership, which is interested in our planet and wish to have a general and comprehensive view of its origin, evolution and activity. Potential readership includes undergraduate and advanced undergraduate students in Geology and other scientific disciplines, and any moderately- to well-educated people interested in the surrounding world and eager to gain a basic knowledge of the Earth and to reach an integrated view of how our planet is working. Includes debated issues of the environmental changes by framing them within the evolution and history of the Earth.
    Type of Medium: 12
    Pages: 1 Online-Ressource (xv, 223 Seiten) , Illustrationen
    Edition: 2021, corrected publication 2022
    ISBN: 9783030780135 , 978-3-030-78013-5
    Uniform Title: Aria, Acqua, Terra, Fuoco Come funziona il sistema Terra
    Language: English
    Note: Contents 1 The World Hidden Beneath Us - Structure and Composition of the Earth 1.1 Introduction 1.2 Xenoliths, Meteorites, Earthquakes: Witnesses of the Underground World 1.3 The Structure and Composition of the Earth 1.3.1 The Compositional Layering: Core, Mantle, and Crust 1.3.2 The Mechanical Layering: Inner Core, Outer Core, Convective Mantle, and Lithosphere 1.4 Summary 1.5 Box 1.1 - Minerals and Rocks References 2 Air, Water, Earth - The Exogenic Geological Processes 2.1 Introduction 2.2 Rocks and Soils 2.3 The Atmosphere 2.4 The Hydrosphere 2.5 The Sedimentary Cycle: Air, Water and Earth at Work 2.5.1 Rocks Breakdown 2.5.2 Removal and Transportation of Weathering Products 2.5.3 Sediment Deposition 2.5.4 Diagenesis: Back to Rocks 2.6 The Remains of Mountains 2.7 The Fate of the Organic Matter 2.8 Summary 2.9 Box 2.1 - Water-Air-Earth Interaction: Some Basic Geochemistry 2.10 Box 2.2 - Limestone, a Most Meritorious Rock References 3 Fire - How Magmatism Shaped the Earth 3.1 Introduction 3.2 Magmas: What They Are, How They Form 3.3 Magmatism and the Structure of the Earth 3.3.1 From Chaos to Order 3.4 Volcanism 3.4.1 Types of Volcanic Eruptions 3.4.2 Volcanism and the Terrestrial Environment 3.4.3 Large Igneous Provinces and Mass Extinctions 3.5 Global Distribution of Magmatism 3.6 Summary 3.7 Box 3.1 - Magmatism: How and Why 3.7.1 Main Types of Magma 3.7.2 Ascent, Diversification and Solidification of Magmas 3.8 Box 3.2 - Heat Flow and Geothermal Energy 3.9 Box 3.3 - Magmatism and Ore Deposits References 4 Geomagnetism - The Space Shield of the Planet Earth 4.1 Introduction 4.2 The Earth’s Magnetic Field 4.3 Palaeomagnetism: The Magnetic Memory of Rocks 4.3.1 Magnetic Reversal 4.4 Palaeomagnetism, Continental Drift, and Ocean Floor Spreading 4.5 Summary 4.6 Box 4.1 - Geomagnetism: A Historical Perspective 4.7 Box 4.2 - Geomagnetism and the Biosphere References 5 Seismicity—The Breath of a Restless Earth 5.1 Introduction 5.2 Rock Failure, Earthquakes, and Faults 5.2.1 Stress and Rock Deformation 5.2.2 Earthquakes and Faults 5.3 Seismic Waves 5.4 Seismographs and Seismograms 5.5 Earthquake Magnitude, Intensity and Frequency 5.6 Global Distribution of Earthquakes 5.7 Summary 5.8 Box 5.1- Earthquake Effects, Prediction, Forecasting, and Mitigation References 6 Plate Tectonics - The Great Unifying Theory 6.1 Introduction 6.2 Fixism Versus Mobilism 6.2.1 The Theory of Continental Drift 6.2.2 From Continental Drift to Plate Tectonics 6.3 Plate Tectonics: The Framework 6.4 The Plate Boundaries 6.4.1 Divergent Boundaries 6.4.2 Convergent Boundaries 6.4.3 Transform Boundaries 6.5 Why Do Plates Move? 6.6 Where, When and Why Does Subduction Start 6.7 Summary 6.8 Box 6.1 - Linear Volcanism and Hotspots 6.9 Box 6.2 - The Continents References 7 Geochemical Cycles - The Circulatory System of Planet Earth 7.1 Introduction 7.2 Geochemical Cycles: Some Definitions 7.3 The Water Cycle 7.4 The Sodium Cycle 7.5 The Carbon Biogeochemical Cycle 7.6 The Phosphorus Biogeochemical Cycle 7.7 The Nitrogen Biogeochemical Cycle 7.8 The Oxygen Cycle 7.9 The Iron Cycle 7.10 The Geochemical Cycles of Lead and Arsenic 7.11 Summary 7.12 Box 7.1 The Rock Cycle 7.13 Box 7.2 The Geochemical Cycles and the Age of the Earth References 8 The Geochemical Cycles and the Environment - How Man is Changing the Earth 8.1 Introduction 8.2 Geochemical Cycles and Environmental Pollution 8.2.1 Toxic Elements 8.2.2 Phosphorus and Nitrogen Compounds 8.3 Environmental Aspects of the Carbon Cycle 8.3.1 CO2 and the Ocean Acidification 8.3.2 CO2 and the Greenhouse Effect 8.3.3 CO2 and Climatic Change: A Geological Perspective 8.3.4 A Lesson for the Future 8.4 Plastic Waste Pollution 8.5 Summary 8.6 Box 8.1 - Stable Isotopes: Measuring the Temperature of the Past 8.6.1 Some Basics of Isotope Geochemistry 8.6.2 The Delta Notation 8.6.3 Oxygen-Hydrogen Isotope Geothermometry 8.7 Box 8.2 - CO2 Sequestration: The message from Decameron References 9 From Hadean to Anthropocene - The Endless Story of a Lucky Planet 9.1 Introduction 9.2 From the Solar Nebula to the Formation of Planets 9.3 Hadean: The Hellish Aeon (~4600–4000 Ma) 9.4 Archaean (4000–2500 Ma): The Dawn of Life and the Start of Modern Plate Tectonics 9.5 Proterozoic (2500–541 Ma): Oxygen, Eukaryotes, Supercontinents 9.6 Phanerozoic: The explosion of Complex Organisms (541–0 Ma) 9.6.1 The Spread of Animals and Plants 9.7 Finally, The Anthropocene 9.8 The Gaia Hypothesis 9.9 Summary 9.10 Box 9.1 - Geochronology: How Ages of Rocks, Fossils and Geologic Events Are Determined 9.10.1 Relative Age of Rocks and Fossils 9.10.2 Absolute Age References 10 Epilogue 10.1 The Earth Anomaly 10.2 The Best of All Possible Worlds 10.3 Historical Times, Geological Times 10.4 Technology, Natural Resources and Environmental Impact 10.5 Natura, Non Nisi Parendo Vincitur Correction to: Air, Water, Earth, Fire Further Reading Index
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    Call number: 9789811614903 (e-book)
    Description / Table of Contents: This book comprehensively summarizes the biological mechanisms of coloration and pattern formation of animals at molecular and cellular level, offering up-to-date knowledge derived from remarkable progress in the last 10 years. The brilliant coloration, conspicuous patterns and spectacular color changes displayed by some vertebrates and invertebrates are generally their strategies of the utmost importance for survival. Consists of mainly three parts, starts with introductory chapter, such as Pigments and Pigment Organelles, Developmental Genetics of Pigment Cell Formation, Adult Pigment Patterns, and Color Changes, this book introduces new pigment compounds in addition to classically known pigments and organelles, explains how the generation of multiple types of pigment cell is genetically controlled, describes the mechanisms underlying the zebrafish stripe formation as well as other animals and also summarizes the mechanism of physiological and morphological color changes of teleost, amphibian and cephalopod. Written by experts in the field, this book will be essential reading for graduate students and researchers in biological fields who are interested in pigmentation mechanisms of animals.
    Type of Medium: 12
    Pages: 1 Online-Ressource (xii, 472 Seiten) , Illustrationen
    ISBN: 9789811614903 , 978-981-16-1490-3
    Language: English
    Note: Contents Part I Pigments and Pigment Organelles 1 Pigments in Insects / Ryo Futahashi and Mizuko Osanai-Futahashi 2 Melanins in Vertebrates / Kazumasa Wakamatsu and Shosuke Ito 3 Body Color Expression in Birds / Toyoko Akiyama and Keiji Kinoshita 4 Pigments in Teleosts and their Biosynthesis / Tetsuaki Kimura 5 Bioluminescence and Pigments / José Paitio and Yuichi Oba Part II Pigment Cell and Patterned Pigmentation 6 Development of Melanin-Bearing Pigment Cells in Birds and Mammals / Heinz Arnheiter and Julien Debbache 7 Pigment Cell Development in Teleosts / Hisashi Hashimoto, Makoto Goda, and Robert N. Kelsh 8 Pigment Patterning in Teleosts / Jennifer Owen, Christian Yates, and Robert N. Kelsh 9 Theoretical Studies of Pigment Pattern Formation / Seita Miyazawa, Masakatsu Watanabe, and Shigeru Kondo 10 Evolution of Pigment Pattern Formation in Teleosts / David M. Parichy and Yipeng Liang 11 Mechanisms of Feather Structural Coloration and Pattern Formation in Birds / Shinya Yoshioka and Toyoko Akiyama 12 Mechanism of Color Pattern Formation in Insects / Yuichi Fukutomi and Shigeyuki Koshikawa Part III Color Changes 13 Physiological and Morphological Color Changes in Teleosts and in Reptiles / Makoto Goda and Takeo Kuriyama 14 Color Change in Cephalopods / Yuzuru Ikeda 15 Physiological and Biochemical Mechanisms of Insect Color Change Towards Understanding Molecular Links / Minoru Moriyama
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    Call number: 9783030756024 (e-book)
    Description / Table of Contents: This book provides examples of pollutants, such as accidental oil spills and non-degradable plastic debris, which affect marine organisms of all taxa. Terrestrial runoff washes large amounts of dissolved organic materials from agriculture and industry, toxic heavy metals, pharmaceuticals, and persistent organic pollutants which end up into rivers, coastal habitats, and open waters. While this book is not intended to encyclopaedically list all kinds of pollution, it rather exemplifies the problems by concentrating on a number of serious and prominent recent developments. The chapters in this book also discuss measures to decrease and remove aquatic pollution to mitigate the stress on aquatic organisms. Aquatic ecosystems provide a wide range of ecological and economical services. In addition to providing a large share of the staple diet for a fast growing human population, oceans absorb most of the anthropogenically emitted carbon dioxide and mitigate climate change. As well as rising temperatures and ocean acidification, pollution poses increasing problems for aquatic ecosystems and organisms reducing its functioning and services which are exposed to a plethora of stress factors.
    Type of Medium: 12
    Pages: 1 Online-Ressource (xiii, 426 Seiten) , Illustrationen, Diagramme, Karten
    ISBN: 9783030756024 , 978-3-030-75602-4
    Language: English
    Note: Contents 1 Introduction / Donat-P. Häder, E. Walter Helbling, and Virginia E. Villafañe 2 Pollution Affecting Cyanobacteria in Aquatic Habitats / Abha Pandey, Sonal Mishra, Neha Kumari, Vidya Singh, and Rajeshwar P. Sinha 3 Effects of Pollution on Fish / Donat-P. Häder 4 Effects of Pollution in Aquatic Food Chains / Raúl González, Cristian Durante, Marina Arcagni, Romina Juncos, Juan Seco Pon, Enrique Crespo, and Maite Narvarte 5 Pollution in the Arctic Ocean / Sten-Åke Wängberg and Göran Björk 6 Contamination of Coral Reefs in the Mexican Caribbean / Anastazia T. Banaszak 7 Input of Terrestrial Material into Coastal Patagonian Waters and Its Effects on Phytoplankton Communities from the Chubut River Estuary (Argentina) / Juan I. Vizzo, Marco J. Cabrerizo, Virginia E. Villafañe, and E. Walter Helbling 8 Marine Eutrophication: Overview from Now to the Future / Paulo Antunes Horta, Leonardo Rubi Rörig, Giulia Burle Costa, José Bonomi Baruffi, Eduardo Bastos, Lyllyan Santos Rocha, Giovanna Destri, and Alessandra Larissa Fonseca 9 Anthropogenic Pollution of Coastal Ecosystems in Brazil / Sebastian M. Strauch and Gilmar S. Erzinger 10 Hydrochemical Insight and Groundwater Supply: A Case Study of Patagonia’s Chubut River / Américo I. Torres, Luis F. H. Niencheski, Verena A. Campodonico, Andrea I. Pasquini, Mauricio Faleschini, and Pedro J. Depetris 11 Pharmaceutical Pollutants in Aquatic Ecosystems / Gilmar S. Erzinger, Sebastian M. Strauch, Monique Fröhlich, Carla Keite Machado, and Lineu del Ciampo 12 Detergents Pollution in Freshwater Ecosystems / Azizullah Azizullah, Sarzamin Khan, Sabeela Rehman, Nadia Taimur, and Donat-P. Häder 13 Heavy Metals Pollution in Surface Waters of Pakistan / Azizullah Azizullah, Nadia Taimur, Sarzamin Khan, and Donat-P. Häder 14 Arsenic Pollution / Donat-P. Häder 15 Petroleum Hydrocarbons in Atlantic Coastal Patagonia / Marina L. Nievas El Makte, Rosana Polifroni, Marcela A. Sepúlveda, and Ana Fazio 16 Dumping of Toxic Waste into the Oceans / Donat-P. Häder 17 Microplastics as Pollutants in the Marine Environment / Anthony Andrady and Liping Zhu 18 Effects of Ocean Acidification on Marine Primary Producers and Related Ecological Processes Under Multiple Stressors / Peng Jin and Kunshan Gao
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    Cham, Switzerland : Springer
    Call number: 9783030468620 (e-book)
    Description / Table of Contents: The book gives an overview of the tectonic, geological, potential fields, etc maps of the Arctic that were compiled during geological and geophysical studies conducted in the Arctic over the past 15 years under the International project “Atlas of Geological Maps of the Circumpolar Arctic at a scale of 5M” and presents the results of geological, geophysical, paleogeographic and tectonic studies carried out in the Arctic Ocean and the Eastern Arctic during the implementation of national mapping and scientific programmes and studies intended to provide scientific substantiation for the extension of the continental shelf (ECS). Given its scope, the book will appeal to a wide range of geologists. .
    Type of Medium: 12
    Pages: 1 Online-Ressource (xiii, 208 Seiten) , Illustrationen, Diagramme, Karten
    ISBN: 9783030468620 , 978-3-030-46862-0
    ISSN: 2197-9545 , 2197-9553
    Series Statement: Springer geology