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  • 1
    Call number: Z 06.0500
    Type of Medium: Journal available for loan
    Pages: 30 cm
    ISSN: 1824-7741
    Former Title: Vorgänger Geologisch-paläontologische Mitteilungen, Innsbruck
    Language: German , English
    Note: Ersch. unregelmäßig , Beiträge teilweise in Englisch
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    Call number: S 90.0066(162,1)
    In: Geologisches Jahrbuch / A
    Type of Medium: Series available for loan
    Pages: 261 Seiten , Ill., 1 DVD-ROM (12 cm) und 1 Tafel-Beil. ([2] S.)
    ISBN: 9783510968534
    Series Statement: Geologisches Jahrbuch 162
    Classification: A.2.8.
    Language: German
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    Monograph available for loan
    Monograph available for loan
    Madrid : Secc
    Call number: PIK N 456-17-90913
    Type of Medium: Monograph available for loan
    Pages: 536 Seiten
    Series Statement: Ministerio de Transportes Turismo Y Comunicaciones : Publicación Serie A 114
    Parallel Title: 1,1=6; 2,1=13 von Publicaciones / D / Ministerio del Aire, Subsecretaria de Aviación Civil, Servicio Meteorológico Nacional
    Language: Spanish
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    Call number: (DE-599)GBV03709842X
    Type of Medium: Monograph available for loan
    Language: German
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    Issy-les-Moulineaux : Soc. d'Ed. Publique ; 1.2004 -
    Call number: Z 19.5678
    Type of Medium: 12
    Pages: Online-Ressource
    ISSN: 1765-2022
    Former Title: Vorg. Profession politique
    Language: French
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    Call number: M 92.0634
    Type of Medium: Monograph available for loan
    ISBN: 9054100605
    Language: English
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  • 7
    Call number: IASS 15.89494
    Type of Medium: Monograph available for loan
    Pages: Losebl.-Ausg.
    Edition: Stand: Oktober 2010
    ISBN: 9783768501828
    Language: German
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    Call number: MOP 19538/1d-6d
    Type of Medium: Monograph available for loan
    Pages: 111 S.
    ISSN: 0486-2287
    Language: Russian
    Note: In kyrill. Schr.
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    Heidelberg ; München ; Landsberg ; Berlin : Decker
    Type of Medium: 11
    Pages: Online
    ISBN: 978-3-7685-6644-5
    Language: German
    Note: Ersch. 4x jährl.; Druckausg. ersch. als Losebl.-Ausg. , Systemvoraussetzungen Einzelplatzversion: läuft auf jedem Standard-PC; ab Windows NT 4.0 (SP3), Windows 2000 bis Windows Vista, Webbrowser (Internet Explorer ab 5.5 oder Mozilla Firefox ab 1.0.7); Mehrbenutzer-/Intranetversion: Windows 2000 (SP4), Windows XP (SP2), empfohlen: Windows NT Server 4.0 (SP6), Windows 2000 Server (SP2), Windows Server 2003, Linux; integrierbar in Webserver IIS 5 od. 6 / Apache 1.3 od. Apache 2 ab Version 2.0.49, auf Windows optional Intranet-Schnelleinrichtung möglich (inkl. Installation eines vorkonfigurierten Apache 1.3 Webservers); ab 2011, Nov.: Einzelplatzversion: läuft auf jedem Standard-PC (Windows und Mac) mit Windows 2000, XP, Vista, 7, Mac OSX 10,5, X 10.6, auch 64-bit-Betriebssystemversionen werden unterstützt; Mehrbenutzer-/Intranetversion: empfohlen: Windows 2000 Server (ab SP 2), Server 2003, Server 2008, 2008 R2, Linux, lauffähig auch auf Windows 2000 (ab SP 4) - Windows 7; auch 64-bit-Betriebssystemversionen werden unterstützt; integrierbar in Webserver IIS 5,6 o. 7, Apache 1.3 od. Apache 2 ab Version 2.0.49, auf Windows optional Intranet-Schnelleinrichtung inkl. Installation eines vorkonfigurierten Apache 2.2 Webservers möglich; ab März 2015: Betriebssystem Windows8, Mac OS X bis 10.10 (Einzelplatzversion) und Windows Server 2012 (Intranetversion); Webserver (Intranetintegration Windows, Linux): Apache 2.4, IIS8 und 8.5, Web
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    Monograph non-lending collection
    Leiden : Nijhoff ; 1.2009 -
    Call number: IASS 17.92082
    Type of Medium: Monograph non-lending collection
    ISSN: 1876-8814
    Language: English
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    Monograph available for loan
    Monograph available for loan
    Bonn : Helmholtz Association ; 2006-
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    Call number: 3/S 07.0034(2016)
    In: Annual report
    Type of Medium: Monograph available for loan
    Pages: 51 Seiten
    ISSN: 1865-6439 , 1865-6447
    Parallel Title: Erscheint auch als Annual report ... / Helmholtz Association of German Research Centres
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  • 12
    Journal available for loan
    Journal available for loan
    München : Altop-Verlag ; 2007 -
    Call number: Z 19.92410
    Type of Medium: Journal available for loan
    Pages: 30 cm
    ISSN: 1865-4266
    Former Title: Vorg. Nachhaltiges Wirtschaften in Deutschland
    Language: German
    Note: Ungezählte Beil. ab 2010: Special , Erscheint jährlich 4x
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    Call number: AWI G6-19-92375
    In: Berichte / Christian-Albrechts-Universität zu Kiel, Institut für Geowissenschaften, Nr. 9
    Type of Medium: Monograph available for loan
    Pages: 278 Seiten , Illustrationen
    ISSN: 0175-9302
    Series Statement: Berichte / Christian-Albrechts-Universität zu Kiel, Institut für Geowissenschaften 9
    Language: German
    Note: Zugleich: Dissertation, Christian-Albrechts-Universität zu Kiel, 1999 , INHALTSVERZEICHNIS 1. Einleitung 1.1 Kenntnisstand und offene Fragen 1.2 Fragestellung und Ziele dieser Arbeit 2. Umweltbedingungen in den Arbeitsgebieten 2.1 Hydrographie, Eisverhältnisse und NAO 2.2 Zur Variation von Wassertiefe und Breite der Dänemarkstraße und zur Vereisung Islands während des letzten Glazials 3. Methoden 3.1 Auswahl der Kernstationen 3.2 Probennahme und Analysen (Übersicht) 3.3 Zur Rekonstruktion von Paläobedingungen im Oberflächenwasser Zur Aussage stabiler Isotopenverhältnisse in planktischen Foraminiferen Zur Messung stabiler Isotopenverhältnisse Zur Massenspektrometrie Zur Rekonstruktion von Oberflächentemperaturen Alkane und Alkohole als Maß für Staubeintrag Eistranspmtiertes Material und vulkanische Aschen 3.4 Zur Rekonstruktion von Paläobedingungen im Zwischen-/ Tiefenwasser Häufigkeit von Cibicides- und anderen benthischen Arten (inkl. Taxonomie) Stabile Isotopenverhältnisse in benthischen Foraminiferen 3.5 AMS 14C-Datierungen Probenreinigung 3. 6 Hauptelementanalysen von vulkanischen Asche-Leithorizonten 3. 7 Geomagnetische Meßgrößen und magnetische Suszeptibiltät 3.8 Techniken zur Spektralanalyse 4. Methodische Ergebnisse 4.1 Zum Einfluß der Probenreinigung auf δ18O-/ δ13C-Werte 4.2 Probleme bei der langfristigen Reproduzierbarkeit von δ18O-Zeitreihen 4.3 Einfluß der Korngröße und Artendefinition planktischer Foraminiferen auf SST-Rekonstruktionen in hohen Breiten 4.4 Vergleich der stabilen Isotopenwerte von Cibicides lobatulus und Cibicidoides wuellerstorfi 5. Stratigraphische Grundlagen und Tiefenprofile der Klimasignale 5.1 Stratigraphische Korrelation zwischen parallel-gekernten GKG- und SL-/KL-Profilen 5.2 Flanktische δ18O-/ δ13C-Kurven, 14C-Alter und biostratigraphische Fixpunkte Westliches Islandbecken Kern PS2644 Kern PS2646 Kern PS2647 Kern 23351 Vøring-Plateau Kern 23071 Kern 23074 5.3 Benthische δ18O-/ δ13C-Werte in Kern PS2644 5.4 Siliziklastische Sedimentkomponenten: Eistransportiertes Material Westliches Islandbecken Kern PS2644 Kern PS2646 Kern PS2647 Vøring-Plateau Kern 23071 Kern 23074 5.5 Vulkanische Glasscherben in Kern PS2644: Wind- und Eiseintrag 5.6 Geochemie und Alter einzelner Tephralagen als Leithorizonte Westliches Islandbecken Kern PS2644 Kern PS2646 Kern PS2647 Vøring-Plateau Kern 23071 Kern 23074 5.7 Magnetische Suszeptibilität in den Kernen PS2644, PS2646 und PS2647 Kern PS2644 Kern PS2646 und PS2647 5.8 Geomagnetische Feldintensität und Richtungsänderungen in Kern PS2644 5.9 Variation von Planktonfauna und -flora Westliches Islandbecken: Kern PS2644 Kern PS2646 und PS2647 Vøring-Plateau: Kern 23071 und 23074 5.10 Benthische Foraminiferen in Kern PS2644 6. Entwicklung von Temperatur und Salzgehalt nördlich der Dänemark-Straße 6.1 Variation der Oberflächentemperatur nach Planktonforaminiferen 6.2 Variation der Oberflächentemperatur nach Uk37 6.3 Variation der Oberflächensalinität 7. Die Feinstratigraphie von Kern PS2644 als Basis für eine Eichung der 14C-Altersskala 22 - 55 ka 7.1 Korrelation zwischen den Klimasignalen in Kern PS2644 und der GISP2-Klimakurve zum Kalibrieren der 14C-Alter und Erstellen eines Altersmodells Tephrachronologische Marker Korrelationsparameter und -regeln Sonderfälle/ Probleme bei der Korrelation 7.2 Alters-stratigraphische Korrelation der Klimakurven von Kern 23071 und 23074 7.3 Variation der Altersanomalien zwischen 20 und 55 14C-ka 7.4 Variabilität des planktischen 14C-Reservoiralters in Schmelzwasserbeeinflußten Seegebieten Variation der planktischen 14C-Alter unmittelbar an der Basis von Heinrich-Ereignis 4 Unterschiede zwischen planktischen und benthischen 14C-Altern in der westlichen Islandsee. Zur Erklärung der inversen Altersdifferenzen 7.5 Differenz zwischen 14C- und Kalenderalter: Zeitliche Variation unter Einfluß des Erdmagnetfeldes - Modell und Befund 7.6 Sedimentationsraten der Kerne 23071, 23074 und PS2644 nach dem GISP2-Altersmodell Vøring-Plateau: Kerne 23071 und 23074 Südwest-Islandsee: Kern PS2644 8. Klimaoszillationen im Europäischen Nordmeer in der Zeit und Frequenzdomäne 8.1 "Der Einzelzyklus" in den Klimakurven von Kern PS2644 8.2 Zur Veränderlichkeit der Warm- und Kaltextreme sowie Zyklenlänge Besonderheiten in der Zyklenlänge Variation der Kalt-(Stadiale) Variation der Interstadiale 8.3 Periodizitäten der Klimasignale im Frequenzband der D.-Oe.-Zyklen. Der D.-Oe.-Zyklus von 1470 J., seine Multiplen und harmonischen Schwingungen Weitere Frequenzen: 1000-1150 Jahre- und 490- 510 Jahre-Zyklizitäten Höhere Frequenzen im Bereich von Jahrhunderten und Dekaden 8.4 Phasenbeziehungen und (örtliche) Steuemngsmechanismen der Dansgaard-Oeschger-Zyklen 9. Schlußfolgerungen Danksagung Literaturverzeichnis Anhang
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    Monograph available for loan
    [Edgecumbe, N.Z.] : A. Muller
    Call number: M 15.89146
    Description / Table of Contents: An account of the results of the 2 March 1987 earthquake in the eastern Bay of Plenty and the aftermath's effects on the people and places on the Rangitaiki Plains
    Type of Medium: Monograph available for loan
    Pages: 223 S., , Ill.
    Language: English
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    Monograph available for loan
    Garmisch-Partenkirchen : Institut für atmosphärische Umweltforschung der Fraunhofer- Gesellschaft
    Call number: MOP 44829
    Type of Medium: Monograph available for loan
    Pages: 25 S. , graph. Darst.
    Language: English
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    Call number: PIK N 453-17-91096
    Type of Medium: Monograph available for loan
    Pages: 50 Seiten , Illustrationen, Diagramme
    Language: German
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  • 17
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    Monograph available for loan
    London : Penguin Books
    Type of Medium: Monograph available for loan
    ISBN: 9780141985206
    Language: English
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    Monograph available for loan
    Leningrad : Gidrometeorolog. Izd.
    Call number: MOP 33767
    Type of Medium: Monograph available for loan
    Pages: 663 S.
    Language: Russian
    Note: In kyrill. Schr., russ.
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    Call number: M 18.91571
    Type of Medium: Monograph available for loan
    Pages: 134 Seiten
    ISSN: 2363-7196
    Series Statement: Global tectonics and metallogeny : special issue Vol. 10/2-4
    Classification: A.3.4.
    Parallel Title: Erscheint auch als Global tectonics and metallogeny
    Language: English
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    New York, NY [u.a.] : Council on Foreign Relations | Buffalo, NY : HeinOnline ; 1.1922/23 -
    Call number: IASS Z 19.93040
    Type of Medium: 12
    Pages: Online-Ressource
    Language: English
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    Monograph available for loan
    Cham : Springer
    Call number: M 18.91817
    Description / Table of Contents: This book is focused on the basics of applying thermochronology to geological and tectonic problems, with the emphasis on fission-track thermochronology. It is conceived for relatively new practitioners to thermochronology, as well as scientists experienced in the various methods. The book is structured in two parts. Part I is devoted to the fundamentals of the fission-track method, to its integration with other geochronologic methods, and to the basic principles of statistics for fission-track dating and sedimentology applied to detrital thermochronology. Part I also includes the historical development of the technique and thoughts on future directions. Part II is devoted to the geological interpretation of the thermochronologic record. The thermal frame of reference and the different approaches for the interpretation of fission-track data within a geological framework of both basement and detrital studies are discussed in detail. Separate chapters demonstrate the application of fission-track thermochronology from various perspectives (e.g., tectonics, petrology, stratigraphy, hydrocarbon exploration, geomorphology), with other chapters on the application to basement rocks in orogens, passive continental margins and cratonic interiors, as well as various applications of detrital thermochronology.
    Type of Medium: Monograph available for loan
    Pages: XV, 393 Seiten , Illustrationen
    ISBN: 9783319894195
    Series Statement: Springer Textbooks in Earth Sciences, Geography and Environment
    Classification: A.3.12.
    Language: English
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    Harlow : Pearson Education Limited
    Call number: M 19.92330
    Description / Table of Contents: Structural dynamics and earthquake engineering for both students and professional engineers. An expert on structural dynamics and earthquake engineering, Anil K. Chopra fills an important niche, explaining the material in a manner suitable for both students and professional engineers with his fifth edition, in SI units of Dynamics of Structures: Theory and Applications to Earthquake Engineering. No prior knowledge of structural dynamics is assumed, and the presentation is detailed and integrated enough to make the text suitable for self-study. As a textbook on vibrations and structural dynamics, this book has no competition. The material includes many topics in the theory of structural dynamics, along with applications of this theory to earthquake analysis, response, design, and evaluation of structures, with an emphasis on presenting this often difficult subject in as simple a manner as possible through numerous worked-out illustrative examples. The fifth edition, in SI Edition includes new sections, figures and examples, along with relevant updates and revisions.
    Type of Medium: Monograph available for loan
    Pages: xxxi, 960 Seiten , Illustrationen
    Edition: 5th edition in SI Units
    ISBN: 978-1-292-24918-6
    Language: English
    Note: I. Single Degree of Freedom Systems 1. Equations of Motion, Problem Statement, and Solution Methods 2. Free Vibration 3. Response to Harmonic and Periodic Excitations 4. Response to Arbitrary, Step, and Pulse Excitations 5. Numerical Evaluation of Dynamic Response 6. Earthquake Response of Linear Systems 7. Earthquake Response of Inelastic Systems 8. Generalized Single-Degree-of-Freedom Systems II. Multi Degree of Freedom Systems 9. Equations of Motion, Problem Statement, and Solution Methods 10. Free Vibration 11. Damping in Structures 12. Dynamic Analysis and Response of Linear Systems 13. Earthquake Analysis of Linear Systems 14. Analysis of Nonclassically Damped Linear Systems 15. Reduction of Degrees of Freedom 16. Numerical Evaluation of Dynamic Response 17. Systems with Distributed Mass and Elasticity 18. Introduction to the Finite Element Method III. Earthquake Response, Design, and Evaluation of Multistory Buildings 19. Earthquake Response of Linearly Elastic Buildings 20. Earthquake Analysis and Response of Inelastic Buildings 21. Earthquake Dynamics of Base-Isolated Buildings 22. Structural Dynamics in Building Codes 23. Structural Dynamics in Building Evaluation Guidelines
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    Monograph available for loan
    Morgantown : West Virginia University Press
    Call number: IASS 19.92336
    Type of Medium: Monograph available for loan
    Pages: ix, 421 Seiten , Illustrationen
    Edition: First edition
    ISBN: 9781946684783 (cloth) , 9781946684790 (pbk.)
    Language: English
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    Call number: IASS 19.92281
    Type of Medium: Monograph available for loan
    Pages: 236 Seiten , 22 cm
    Edition: 1. Auflage
    ISBN: 9783455005288 , 3455005284
    Uniform Title: Identity
    Language: German
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    Call number: PIK X 200-19-92315/1 ; PIK X 200-19-92315/2
    Type of Medium: Monograph available for loan
    Pages: 221 Seiten , Illustrationen, Diagramme , 25.5 cm x 21 cm
    Edition: 1. Auflage
    ISBN: 3836921588 , 9783836921589
    Language: German
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    Monograph available for loan
    Northampton, MA : Edward Elgar Publishing
    Call number: PIK B 160-19-92423
    Type of Medium: Monograph available for loan
    Pages: XVIII, 688 Seiten , Diagramme
    Edition: Seventh edition
    ISBN: 9781788972055 (hardback : alk. paper) , 9781788972079 (pbk. : alk. paper)
    Language: English
    Note: Contents: Introduction Robert N. Stavins ---- PART I OVERVIEW AND PRINCIPLES ---- 1. Don Fullerton and Robert Stavins (1998), ‘How economists see the environment’, Nature, 395, October, 433–4 ---- 2. R. H. Coase (1960), ‘The problem of social cost’, Journal of Law and Economics, 3, October, 1–44 ---- PART II THE COSTS AND BENEFITS OF ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION ---- 3. Antoine Dechezleprêtre and Misato Sato (2017), ‘The impacts of environmental regulations on competitiveness’, Review of Environmental Economics and Policy, 11 (2), July, 183–206 ---- 4. Trudy Ann Cameron (2010), ‘Euthanizing the value of a statistical life’, Review of Environmental Economics and Policy, 4 (2), July, 161–78 ---- 5. Richard T. Carson (2012), ‘Contingent valuation: a practical alternative when prices aren’t available’, Journal of Economic Perspectives, 26 (4), Fall, 27–42 ---- 6. Catherine L. Kling, Daniel J. Phaneuf and Jinhua Zhao (2012), ‘From Exxon to BP: has some number become better than no number?’, Journal of Economic Perspectives, 26 (4), Fall, 3–26 ---- 7. Jerry Hausman (2012), ‘Contingent valuation: from dubious to hopeless’, Journal of Economic Perspectives, 26 (4), Fall, 43–56 ---- PART III THE GOALS OF ENVIRONMENTAL POLICY: ECONOMIC EFFICIENCY AND BENEFIT–COST ANALYSIS ---- 8. Kenneth J. Arrow, Maureen L. Cropper, George C. Eads, Robert W. Hahn, Lester B. Lave, Roger G. Noll, Paul R. Portney, Milton Russell, Richard Schmalensee, V. Kerry Smith and Robert N. Stavins (1996), ‘Is there a role for benefit-cost analysis in environmental, health, and safety regulation?’ Science, 272 (5259), April, 221–2 ---- 9. Lawrence H. Goulder and Robert N. Stavins (2002), ‘An eye on the future’, Nature, 419, October, 673–4 ---- 10. K. Arrow, M. Cropper, C. Gollier, B. Groom, G. Heal, R. Newell, W. Nordhaus, R. Pindyck, W. Pizer, P. Portney, T. Sterner, R. S. J. Tol and M. Weitzman (2013), ‘Determining benefits and costs for future generations’, Science, 341 (6144), July, 349–50 ---- 11. Ted Gayer and W. Kip Viscusi (2016), ‘Resisting abuses of benefit–cost analysis’, National Affairs, 35, Spring, 59–71 ---- PART IV THE MEANS OF ENVIRONMENTAL POLICY: COST EFFECTIVENESS AND MARKET-BASED INSTRUMENTS ---- 12. Richard Schmalensee and Robert N. Stavins (2017), ‘Lessons learned from three decades of experience with cap and trade’, Review of Environmental Economics and Policy, 11 (1), Winter, 59–79 ---- 13. Richard Schmalensee and Robert N. Stavins (2013), ‘The SO2 allowance trading system: the ironic history of a grand policy experiment’, Journal of Economic Perspectives, 27 (1), Winter, 103–22 ---- 14. Karen Fisher-Vanden and Sheila Olmstead (2013), ‘Moving pollution trading from air to water: potential, problems, and prognosis’, Journal of Economic Perspectives, 27 (1), Winter, 147–72 ---- PART V ECONOMICS OF NATURAL RESOURCES ---- 15. Robert M. Solow (1974), ‘The economics of resources or the resources of economics’, American Economic Review, 64 (2), May, 1–14 ---- 16. Thomas Covert, Michael Greenstone and Christopher R. Knittel (2016), ‘Will we ever stop using fossil fuels?’, Journal of Economic Perspectives, 30 (1), Winter, 117–38 ---- 17. Sheila M. Olmstead (2010), ‘The economics of managing scarce water resources’, Review of Environmental Economics and Policy, 4 (2), Summer, 179–98 ---- 18. Severin Borenstein (2012), ‘The private and public economics of renewable electricity generation’, Journal of Economic Perspectives, 26 (1), Winter, 67–92 ---- PART VI GLOBAL CLIMATE CHANGE ---- 19. Joseph E. Aldy, Alan J. Krupnick, Richard G. Newell, Ian W. H. Parry and William A. Pizer (2010), ‘Designing climate mitigation policy’, Journal of Economic Literature, 48 (4), December, 903–34 ---- 20. William Nordhaus (2007), ‘Critical assumptions in the Stern Review on climate change’, Science, 317 (5835), July, 201–2 ---- 21. Nicholas Stern and Chris Taylor (2007), ‘Climate change: risk, ethics, and the Stern Review’, Science, 317 (5835), July, 203–4 ---- 22. Richard G. Newell, William A. Pizer and Daniel Raimi (2013), ‘Carbon markets 15 years after Kyoto: lessons learned, new challenges’, Journal of Economic Perspectives, 27 (1), Winter, 123–46 ---- 23. Daniel M. Bodansky, Seth A. Hoedl, Gilbert E. Metcalf and Robert N. Stavins (2016), ‘Facilitating linkage of climate policies through the Paris outcome’, Climate Policy, 16 (8), 956–72 ---- 24. Richard S. J. Tol (2018), ‘The economic impacts of climate change’, Review of Environmental Economics and Policy, 12 (1), Winter, 4–25 ---- PART VII SUSTAINABILITY, THE COMMONS, AND GLOBALIZATION ---- 25. Robert M. Solow (1992), ‘Sustainability: an economist’s perspective’,National Geographic: Research and Exploration, 8, 10–21 ---- 26. Elinor Ostrom (2009), ‘A general framework for analyzing sustainability of social-ecological systems’, Science, 325 (5939), July, 419–22 ---- 27. Robert N. Stavins (2011), ‘The problem of the commons: still unsettled after 100 years’, American Economic Review, 101 (1), February, 81–108 ---- 28. Forest L. Reinhardt, Robert N. Stavins and Richard H. K. Vietor (2008), ‘Corporate social responsibility through an economic lens’, Review of Environmental Economics and Policy, 2 (2), Summer, 219–39 ---- 29. Michael Greenstone and B. Kelsey Jack (2018), ‘Environmental economics in developing countries: an emerging field’ ---- PART VIII BEHAVIORAL ECONOMICS AND THE ENVIRONMENT ---- 30. Jason F. Shogren and Laura O. Taylor (2008), ‘On behavioral-environmental economics’, Review of Environmental Economics and Policy, 2 (1), Winter, 26–44 ---- 31. Cass R. Sunstein and Lucia A. Reisch (2014), ‘Automatically green: behavioural economics and environmental protection’, Harvard Environmental Law Review, 38 (1), 127–58 ---- 32. Todd D. Gerarden, Richard G. Newell and Robert N. Stavins (2017), ‘Assessing the energy-efficiency gap’, Journal of Economic Literature, 55 (4), December, 1486–525 ---- PART IX ECONOMICS AND ENVIRONMENTAL POLICY MAKING ---- 33. A. Myrick Freeman III (2002), ‘Environmental policy since Earth Day I: what have we gained?’, Journal of Economic Perspectives, 16 (1), Winter, 125–46 ---- 34. Robert W. Hahn (2000), ‘The impact of economics on environmental policy’, Journal of Environmental Economics and Management, 39 (3),May, 375–99
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    Monograph available for loan
    Cambridge, UK : polity
    Call number: IASS 19.92443
    Description / Table of Contents: The Anthropocene has become central to understanding the intimate connections between human life and the natural environment, but it has fractured our sense of time and possibility. What implications does that fracturing have for how we should think about politics in these new times? In this cutting-edge intervention, Duncan Kelly considers how this new geological era could shape our future by engaging with the recent past of our political thinking. If politics remains a short-term affair governed by electoral cycles, could an Anthropocenic sense of time, value and prosperity be built into it, altering long-established views about abundance, energy and growth? Is the Anthropocene so disruptive that it is no more than a harbinger of ecological doom, or can modern politics adapt by rethinking older debates about states, territories, and populations? Kelly rejects both pessimistic fatalism about humanity’s demise, and an optimistic fatalism that makes the Anthropocene into a problem too big for politics, best left to the market or technology to solve. His skilful defence of the potential for democratic politics to negotiate this challenge is an indispensable guide to the ideas that matter most to understanding this epochal transformation.
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    Pages: vii, 152 Seiten
    ISBN: 9781509534197 , 9781509534203
    URL: Cover
    Language: English
    Note: Prologue : the new political times of the anthropocene , Timings , Ecological inequalities , Limiting growth? , Ecological debts , Population futures , Value , Epilogue : historical possibilities for an anthropocened politics
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    [Roskilde] : DCE - Danish Centre for Environment and Energy, Aarhus University
    Call number: AWI P5-19-92578
    Type of Medium: Monograph available for loan
    Pages: 148 Seiten , Illustrationen
    Edition: First edition
    ISBN: 978-87-93129-13-9
    Language: English
    Note: CONTENTS ABOUT THE AUTHORS PREFACE FROM THE ASSOCIATION OF POLAR EARLY CAREER SCIENTISTS PREFACE FROM THE INTERACT STATION MANAGERS’ FORUM ABOUT INTERACT ABOUT APECS INTERACT STATIONS INTRODUCTION 1. Getting started – Outlining your field project 1.1 Scientific rationale and objectives 1.2 Methods and data requirements 1.3 What scientific equipment will you need? 1.4 Study site(s) 1.5 Risk assessment 1.5.1 Risk identification 1.5.2 Risk assessment 1.5.3 Risk mitigation 1.5.4 Contingency plans 1.6 Time schedules 1.6.1 Logistical organisation 1.6.2 Fieldwork activities 1.7 Project budget 1.8 Data and sample management 1.8.1 Data management plan 1.8.2 Sample labelling 1.8.3 Field instrumentation 1.9 Environmental compliance 1.10 Output Chapter resources 2. Further planning – Practicalities and legal issues 2.1 Applying for access to the station 2.2 Transport to the station and conditions for visiting 2.2.1 Access to the station 2.2.2 Conditions for visiting 2.3 Visas and permits required by national authorities 2.3.1 Visas 2.3.2 Permits 2.4 Working with local communities 2.5 Equipment transport 2.6 Checklists and equipment 2.6.1 Checklists 2.6.2 Personal clothing 2.7 Import and export regulations 2.7.1 Import and export permits 2.7.2 Transporting hazardous goods 2.7.3 Handling cooled and frozen materials 2.8 Insurance 2.9 Check-ups and chronical illness 2.10 Training activities 2.11 Financial and other administrative issues 2.12 Final checks before leaving Chapter resources 3. Safety 3.1 General safety guidelines 3.2 Safety barriers 3.2.1 Knowledge, experience, and skills 3.2.2 Attitude and culture 3.2.3 Judgement and leadership 3.2.4 Trip plan 3.3 Education and training 3.4 Health and first aid 3.4.1 Medicine and chronic illness 3.4.2 First aid 3.5 Transport 3.5.1 Aircraft 3.5.2 Boats 3.5.3 Snowmobiles 3.5.4 Vehicles (Automobiles and ATV’s) 3.6 Risks at the station 3.6.1 Fire 3.6.2 In the kitchen 3.6.3 Electricity 3.6.4 Hygiene 3.6.5 Laboratory work and chemicals 3.6.6 Workshops and equipment use 3.7 Risks in the field and at the camp 3.7.1 Field camps 3.7.2 Cooking and water treatment 3.7.3 Firearms 3.7.4 Extreme activities 3.8 Natural hazards 3.8.1 Weather change 3.8.2 Glacier fieldwork 3.8.3 Snow avalanches and cornice falls 3.8.4 Steep terrain: Rock avalanches, rock falls, and mud slides 3.8.5 Sea-ice or frozen lakes and rivers 3.8.6 River crossings 3.8.7 Wildlife 3.9 Means of communication 3.9.1 Fieldwork plans and sign in/out boards 3.9.2 Routine calls 3.9.3 Non-routine calls 3.9.4 Emergency calls 3.10 Safety equipment 3.10.1 Communication equipment 3.10.2 Navigation equipment 3.10.3 Clothing 3.10.4 Field camp equipment 3.10.5 Specific safety equipment 3.11 Emergency preparedness Chapter resources 4. Arrival at the station and your time in the field 4.1 Getting to know your team 4.2 Arrival at the station 4.3 Working at field sites 4.4 In case something does not go according to plan 4.4.1 Handling delays 4.4.2 Handling conflicts 4.4.3 Harassment and discrimination 4.5 Environmental considerations 4.5.1 Pollution prevention 4.5.2 Waste management 4.5.3 Reducing energy use 4.5.4 Respect protected areas, fauna, and flora 4.6 Working with local communities 4.7 Communication with the outside world 4.8 Leaving the field Chapter resources 5. After fieldwork 5.1 Reporting to the station, funders, and local communities 5.2 Data preservation, backup, and submission APPENDICES Appendix A: Checklists Appendix B: Equipment lists Appendix C: Health risks
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    Call number: AWI G8-19-92586
    Description / Table of Contents: Arctic warming has implications for the functioning of terrestrial Arctic ecosystems, global climate and socioeconomic systems of northern communities. A research gap exists in high spatial resolution monitoring and understanding of the seasonality of permafrost degradation, spring snowmelt and vegetation phenology. This thesis explores the diversity and utility of dense TerraSAR-X (TSX) X-Band time series for monitoring ice-rich riverbank erosion, snowmelt, and phenology of Arctic vegetation at long-term study sites in the central Lena Delta, Russia and on Qikiqtaruk (Herschel Island), Canada. In the thesis the following three research questions are addressed: • Is TSX time series capable of monitoring the dynamics of rapid permafrost degradation in ice-rich permafrost on an intra-seasonal scale and can these datasets in combination with climate data identify the climatic drivers of permafrost degradation? • Can multi-pass and multi-polarized TSX time series adequately monitor seasonal snow cover and snowmelt in small Arctic catchments and how does it perform compared to optical satellite data and field-based measurements? • Do TSX time series reflect the phenology of Arctic vegetation and how does the recorded signal compare to in-situ greenness data from RGB time-lapse camera data and vegetation height from field surveys? To answer the research questions three years of TSX backscatter data from 2013 to 2015 for the Lena Delta study site and from 2015 to 2017 for the Qikiqtaruk study site were used in quantitative and qualitative analysis complimentary with optical satellite data and in-situ time-lapse imagery. The dynamics of intra-seasonal ice-rich riverbank erosion in the central Lena Delta, Russia were quantified using TSX backscatter data at 2.4 m spatial resolution in HH polarization and validated with 0.5 m spatial resolution optical satellite data and field-based time-lapse camera data. Cliff top lines were automatically extracted from TSX intensity images using threshold-based segmentation and vectorization and combined in a geoinformation system with manually digitized cliff top lines from the optical satellite data and rates of erosion extracted from time-lapse cameras. The results suggest that the cliff top eroded at a constant rate throughout the entire erosional season. Linear mixed models confirmed that erosion was coupled with air temperature and precipitation at an annual scale, seasonal fluctuations did not influence 22-day erosion rates. The results highlight the potential of HH polarized X-Band backscatter data for high temporal resolution monitoring of rapid permafrost degradation. The distinct signature of wet snow in backscatter intensity images of TSX data was exploited to generate wet snow cover extent (SCE) maps on Qikiqtaruk at high temporal resolution. TSX SCE showed high similarity to Landsat 8-derived SCE when using cross-polarized VH data. Fractional snow cover (FSC) time series were extracted from TSX and optical SCE and compared to FSC estimations from in-situ time-lapse imagery. The TSX products showed strong agreement with the in-situ data and significantly improved the temporal resolution compared to the Landsat 8 time series. The final combined FSC time series revealed two topography-dependent snowmelt patterns that corresponded to in-situ measurements. Additionally TSX was able to detect snow patches longer in the season than Landsat 8, underlining the advantage of TSX for detection of old snow. The TSX-derived snow information provided valuable insights into snowmelt dynamics on Qikiqtaruk previously not available. The sensitivity of TSX to vegetation structure associated with phenological changes was explored on Qikiqtaruk. Backscatter and coherence time series were compared to greenness data extracted from in-situ digital time-lapse cameras and detailed vegetation parameters on 30 areas of interest. Supporting previous results, vegetation height corresponded to backscatter intensity in co-polarized HH/VV at an incidence angle of 31°. The dry, tall shrub dominated ecological class showed increasing backscatter with increasing greenness when using the cross polarized VH/HH channel at 32° incidence angle. This is likely driven by volume scattering of emerging and expanding leaves. Ecological classes with more prostrate vegetation and higher bare ground contributions showed decreasing backscatter trends over the growing season in the co-polarized VV/HH channels likely a result of surface drying instead of a vegetation structure signal. The results from shrub dominated areas are promising and provide a complementary data source for high temporal monitoring of vegetation phenology. Overall this thesis demonstrates that dense time series of TSX with optical remote sensing and in-situ time-lapse data are complementary and can be used to monitor rapid and seasonal processes in Arctic landscapes at high spatial and temporal resolution.
    Type of Medium: Dissertations
    Pages: XIII, 131 Seiten , Illustrationen
    Language: Undetermined
    Note: Dissertation, Universität Potsdam, 2019 , TABLE OF CONTENTS Abstract Zusammenfassung Table of contents List of figures List of tables List of abbreviations 1 Introduction 1.1 Scientific background and motivation 1.1.1 Permafrost degradation 1.1.2 Snow cover 1.1.3 Vegetation phenology 1.2 Remote sensing of rapid changes 1.2.1 SAR remote sensing 1.2.2 TerraSar-X 1.3 Data and methods 1.4 Aims and objectives 1.5 Study areas and data 1.6 Thesis structure and author contributions 1.6.1 Chapter 2 – Monitoring inter-and intra-seasonal dynamics of rapidly degrading ice-rich permafrost riverbanks in the Lena Delta with TerraSAR-X time series 1.6.2 Chapter 3 – TerraSAR-X time series fill a gap in spaceborne snowmelt monitoring of small Arctic catchments 1.6.3 Chapter 4 – Estimation of Arctic tundra vegetation phenology with TerraSAR-X 2 Monitoring inter-and intra-seasonal dynamics of rapidly degrading ice-rich permafrost riverbanks in the Lena Delta with TerraSAR-X time series 2.1 Abstract 2.2 Introduction 2.3 Study area 2.4 Data and methods 2.4.1 SAR data and processing 2.4.2 Automated cliff-top line extraction from SAR data 2.4.3 Quantification of cliff-top erosion with the Digital Shoreline Analysis System 2.4.4 Cliff top mapping from optical satellite data 2.4.5 In-situ observations of cliff top erosion 2.4.6 Climate data 2.4.7 Statistical data analysis 2.5 Results 2.5.1 TSX erosion versus in-situ and optical datasets 2.5.2 Inter-and intra-annual cliff-top erosion and climate data 2.5.3 Backscatter time series 2.6 Discussion 2.6.1 Inter-annual dynamics of cliff-top erosion 2.6.2 Intra-annual dynamics of cliff-top erosion 2.6.3 Backscatter dynamics of tundra and cliff surfaces 2.7 Conclusions 2.8 Acknowledgments 3 TerraSAR-X time series fill a gap in spaceborne snowmelt monitoring of small Arctic catchments 3.1 Abstract 3.2 Introduction 3.3 Study area 3.4 Data and methods 3.4.1 SAR satellite data 3.4.2 Optical satellite data 3.4.3 In-situ time-lapse camera data 3.4.4 Snow Cover Extent from TerraSAR-X 3.4.5 Snow Cover Extent from Landsat 8 3.4.6 Accuracy assessment of TerraSAR-X Snow Cover Extent 3.4.7 Fractional Snow Cover time series analysis 3.5 Results 3.5.1 Evaluation of TSX Snow Cover Extent 3.5.2 Time series of Fractional Snow Cover in all catchments 3.5.3 Time series of Fractional SnowCover in small catchments 3.6 Discussion 3.6.1 Spatiotemporal monitoring of snowmelt dynamics using TSX 3.6.2 Technical considerations for using TSX for wet snow detection 3.7 Conclusions 3.8 Acknowledgements 3.9 Appendix 4 Relationships between X-Band SAR and vegetation phenology in a low Arctic ecosystem 4.1 Abstract 4.2 Introduction 4.3 Study area 4.4 Data and methods 4.4.1 In-situ time-lapse phenological cameras 4.4.2 Time-lapse image analysis 4.4.3 SAR satellite data 4.4.4 Backscatter and coherence time series 4.4.5 In-situ vegetation and climate data 4.5 Results 4.5.1 Phenocams 4.5.2 Backscatter dynamics 4.5.3 Coherence dynamics 4.6 Climate data 4.7 Backscatter and vegetation height 4.8 Discussion 4.9 Conclusion 4.10 Acknowledgments 5 Synthesis 5.1 Rapid permafrost disturbance 5.2 Snowmelt dynamics 5.3 Arctic tundra vegetation phenology 5.4 Seasonality and complementarity of TSX 5.5 Limitations and technical considerations 5.6 Key findings and outlook References Acknowledgements
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    Call number: AWI G8-19-92587
    Description / Table of Contents: Arctic tundra ecosystems are experiencing warming twice the global average and Arctic vegetation is responding in complex and heterogeneous ways. Shifting productivity, growth, species composition, and phenology at local and regional scales have implications for ecosystem functioning as well as the global carbon and energy balance. Optical remote sensing is an effective tool for monitoring ecosystem functioning in this remote biome. However, limited field-based spectral characterization of the spatial and temporal heterogeneity limits the accuracy of quantitative optical remote sensing at landscape scales. To address this research gap and support current and future satellite missions, three central research questions were posed: • Does canopy-level spectral variability differ between dominant low Arctic vegetation communities and does this variability change between major phenological phases? • How does canopy-level vegetation colour images recorded with high and low spectral resolution devices relate to phenological changes in leaf-level photosynthetic pigment concentrations? • How does spatial aggregation of high spectral resolution data from the ground to satellite scale influence low Arctic tundra vegetation signatures and thereby what is the potential of upcoming hyperspectral spaceborne systems for low Arctic vegetation characterization? To answer these questions a unique and detailed database was assembled. Field-based canopy-level spectral reflectance measurements, nadir digital photographs, and photosynthetic pigment concentrations of dominant low Arctic vegetation communities were acquired at three major phenological phases representing early, peak and late season. Data were collected in 2015 and 2016 in the Toolik Lake Research Natural Area located in north central Alaska on the North Slope of the Brooks Range. In addition to field data an aerial AISA hyperspectral image was acquired in the late season of 2016. Simulations of broadband Sentinel-2 and hyperspectral Environmental and Mapping Analysis Program (EnMAP) satellite reflectance spectra from ground-based reflectance spectra as well as simulations of EnMAP imagery from aerial hyperspectral imagery were also obtained. Results showed that canopy-level spectral variability within and between vegetation communities differed by phenological phase. The late season was identified as the most discriminative for identifying many dominant vegetation communities using both ground-based and simulated hyperspectral reflectance spectra. This was due to an overall reduction in spectral variability and comparable or greater differences in spectral reflectance between vegetation communities in the visible near infrared spectrum. Red, green, and blue (RGB) indices extracted from nadir digital photographs and pigment-driven vegetation indices extracted from ground-based spectral measurements showed strong significant relationships. RGB indices also showed moderate relationships with chlorophyll and carotenoid pigment concentrations. The observed relationships with the broadband RGB channels of the digital camera indicate that vegetation colour strongly influences the response of pigment-driven spectral indices and digital cameras can track the seasonal development and degradation of photosynthetic pigments. Spatial aggregation of hyperspectral data from the ground to airborne, to simulated satel-lite scale was influenced by non-photosynthetic components as demonstrated by the distinct shift of the red edge to shorter wavelengths. Correspondence between spectral reflectance at the three scales was highest in the red spectrum and lowest in the near infra-red. By artificially mixing litter spectra at different proportions to ground-based spectra, correspondence with aerial and satellite spectra increased. Greater proportions of litter were required to achieve correspondence at the satellite scale. Overall this thesis found that integrating multiple temporal, spectral, and spatial data is necessary to monitor the complexity and heterogeneity of Arctic tundra ecosystems. The identification of spectrally similar vegetation communities can be optimized using non-peak season hyperspectral data leading to more detailed identification of vegetation communities. The results also highlight the power of vegetation colour to link ground-based and satellite data. Finally, a detailed characterization non-photosynthetic ecosystem components is crucial for accurate interpretation of vegetation signals at landscape scales.
    Type of Medium: Dissertations
    Pages: vi, 126 Seiten , Illustrationen
    Language: English
    Note: Dissertation, Universität Potsdam, 2019 , Table of Contents Abstract Zusammenfassung Abbreviations 1 Introduction 1.1 Scientific Background and Motivation 1.1.1 Arctic Tundra Vegetation 1.1.2 Remote Sensing of Arctic Tundra Vegetation 1.1.3 Hyperspectral Remote Sensing of Arctic Vegetation 1.2 Aims and Objectives 1.3 Study Area and Data 1.3.1 Toolik Lake Research Natural Area 1.3.2 In-situ Canopy-level Spectral Data 1.3.3 True-colour Digital Photographs 1.3.4 Leaf-level Photosynthetic Pigment Data 1.3.5 Airborne AISA Imagery 1.3.6 Simulated EnMAP and Sentinel-2 Reflectance Spectra 1.3.7 Simulated EnMAP Imagery 1.4 Thesis Structure and Author Contributions 1.4.1 Chapter 2 -A Phenological Approach to Spectral Differentiation of Low-Arctic Tundra Vegetation Communities, North Slope Alaska 1.4.2 Chapter 3 -Monitoring Pigment-driven Vegetation Changes in a Low Arctic Tundra Ecosystem Using Digital Cameras 1.4.3 Implications of Litter and Non-vascular Components on Multiscale Hyperspectral Data in a low-Arctic Ecosystem 2 A Phenological Approach to Spectral Differentiation of Low Arctic Tundra Vegetation Communities, North Slope Alaska 2.1 Abstract 2.2 Introduction 2.3 Materials and Methods 2.3.1 Study Site and Low Arctic Vegetation Types 2.3.2 Ground-Based Data and Sampling Protocol 2.3.3 EnMAP and Sentinel-2 Surface Reflectance Simulation 2.3.4 Stable Wavelength Identification Using the InStability Index 2.4 Results 2.4.1 Spectral Characteristics by Phenological Phase 2.4.2 InStability Index and Wavelength Selection of Ground-based Spectra 2.4.3 InStability Index and Wavelength Selection of Simulated Satellite Reflectance Spectra 2.5 Discussion 2.5.1 Phenological Phase and Wavelength Stability of Ground-based Spectra 2.5.2 Phenological Phase and Wavelength Stability of Satellite Resampled Spectra 2.5.3 Influence of Spatial Scale 2.6 Conclusions 2.7 Acknowledgements 2.8 Supplementary Material 2.8.1 Data Publication 3 Monitoring Pigment-driven Vegetation Changes in a Low Arctic Tundra Ecosystem Using Digital Cameras 3.1 Abstract 3.2 Introduction 3.3 Methods 3.3.1 Study Site 3.3.2 Digital Photographs 3.3.3 Field-based Spectral Data 3.3.4 Vegetation Pigment Concentration 3.3.5 Data Analyses 3.4 Results 3.4.1 RGB Indices as a Surrogate for Pigment-driven Spectral Indices 3.4.2 RGB Indices as a Surrogate for Leaf-level Pigment concentration 3.5 Discussion 3.6 Conclusions 3.7 Supplementary Material 3.7.1 Data Publication 4 Implications of Litter and Non-vascular Components on Multiscale Hyperspectral Data in a Low Arctic Ecosystem 4.1 Abstract 4.2 Introduction 4.3 Materials and Methods 4.3.1 Study Site 4.4 Remote Sensing Data 4.4.1 Ground-based Image Spectroscopy Data 4.4.2 Airborne AISA Hyperspectral Data 4.4.3 EnMAP Simulation 4.4.4 Spectral Comparison by Wavelength 4.4.5 Linear Mixture Analysis 4.5 Results 4.5.1 Spatial Scaling of Spectral Signals 4.6 Discussion 4.7 Conclusions 4.8 Acknowledgements 5 Synthesis and Discussion 5.1 Phenological Phase: does phenology influence the spectral variability of dominant low Arctic vegetation communities? 5.2 Vegetation Colour: How does canopy-level vegetation colour relate to phenological changes in leaf-level photosynthetic pigment concentration? 5.3 Intrinsic Ecosystem Components: How does spatial aggregation of high spectral resolution data influence low Arctic tundra vegetation signals? 5.4 Key Innovations 5.5 Limitations and Technical Considerations 5.6 Outlook: Opportunities for Future Research 6 References Acknowledgements
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    Braunschweig : Westermann
    Call number: 22/M 19.92592
    Type of Medium: Monograph available for loan
    Pages: 208 Seiten , Illustrationen
    Edition: Gymnasium, Baden-Württemberg, Druck A
    ISBN: 978-3-507-53200-7
    Language: German
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    Call number: 9783658221454 (ebook)
    Description / Table of Contents: Wissen, Einstellungen, Verhaltensbereitschaften als Ergebnis von Mediennutzung und -erfahrung -- Individuelle Aneignungen zum Thema Klimawandel und die Bedeutung von Erfahrung -- Online-Kommunikation auf massenmedialen Plattformen und in sozialen Medien u.a
    Description / Table of Contents: Klimawandel ist ein Meta-Thema - seit Jahrzehnten auf der Agenda der Medien, global diskutiert, mit vielen Anschlusspunkten in politische, wirtschaftliche, kulturelle Fragen und Alltagsbelange. Was aber findet sich in den Köpfen der Menschen zum Thema Klimawandel? Welche Kommunikationskanäle, welche journalistischen und welche Online-Angebote waren dafür wichtig, und wie hängen Wissen, Einstellungen und Verhaltensbereitschaften damit zusammen? Die mit verschiedenen Methoden erarbeiteten Ergebnisse in diesem Buch zeigen, wie ,eigensinnig' bzw. kreativ sich Menschen das Thema Klimawandel aneignen, wie vielfach vernetzt und ,rhizomartig' die klimabezogene Kommunikation verläuft. Der Inhalt Wissen, Einstellungen, Verhaltensbereitschaften als Ergebnis von Mediennutzung und -erfahrung.- Individuelle Aneignungen zum Thema Klimawandel und die Bedeutung von Erfahrung.- Online-Kommunikation auf massenmedialen Plattformen und in sozialen Medien u.a. Die Zielgruppen Dozierende, Studierende, Forschende im Fachgebiet Kommunikationswissenschaft / Publizistik / Journalistik sowie in der Klimaforschung PraktikerInnen in den Gebieten Medien, Wissenschaftskommunikation, Politik Die Herausgeberinnen Irene Neverla ist Professorin (Emerita) an der Universität Hamburg, Monika Taddicken ist Professorin an der Technischen Universität Braunschweig, Ines Lörcher und Imke Hoppe sind wissenschaftliche Mitarbeiterinnen (Post-Docs) an der Universität Hamburg
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    Pages: 1 Online-Ressource (XVIII, 292 S. 51 Abb., 1 Abb. in Farbe)
    Edition: Online edition Springer eBook Collection. Social Science and Law
    ISBN: 9783658221454 , 9783658221447 (print)
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    Call number: 9/M 07.0421(480)
    In: Geological Society Special Publication, 480
    Description / Table of Contents: Sir Archibald Geikie (1835–1924) was one of the most distinguished and influential geologists of the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries. He was Director-General of the Geological Survey of Great Britain, President of the Geological Society of London, President of the British Association, Trustee of the British Museum and President of the Royal Society. He was also an accomplished writer, a masterful lecturer and a talented artist who published over 200 scientific papers, books and articles. The papers in this volume examine aspects of Geikie's life and works, including his family history, his personal and professional relationships, his art, and his contributions as a field geologist and administrator. Together, they provide a deeper understanding of his life, his career and his contribution to the development of Geology as a scientific discipline. Much of the research is based on primary sources, including previously unpublished manuscripts, donated in part by members of the family to the Haslemere Educational Museum, UK.
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    Pages: viii, 406 Seiten , Illustrationen
    ISBN: 978-1-78620-402-8
    ISSN: 0305-8719 (Print) , 2041-4927 (ebook)
    Series Statement: Geological Society Special Publication 480
    Language: English
    Note: Contents Foreword by Richard Fortey ... vii Preface by A. Behrens ... ix Acknowledgements ... ix TANNER, J., BETTERTON, J., NELLER,R.&CRAIG, J. Introduction: aspects of the life and works of Sir Archibald Geikie ... 1 Geikie’s family history BETTERTON, J. The Geikie Archive at Haslemere Museum: family and professional material ... 7 CRIBB, S. J. Early life in Edinburgh and beyond: 1835–55 ... 27 TAYLOR, M. A. Autobiography and documentable fact in the family background and religious affiliation of Archibald Geikie (1835–1924) ... 39 Geikie’s friendships and professional relationships TAYLOR,M.A.‘Miller’s most important geological discovery’: Archibald Geikie (1835–1924) as pupil and memorialist of Hugh Miller (1802–56) ... 51 BUREK, C. V. Archibald Geikie: his influence on and support for the roles of female geologists ... 67 JOHNSTON, H. H. M. Forster Heddle: an intimate friendship ... 93 SORKHABI, R. Sir Archibald Geikie: the North American connections ... 113 SANDERS, A. J. A long life’s relationship: Archibald Geikie, Alexander Macmillan and his publishing house ... 139 Geikie as a field geologist BUTLER, R. W. H., MATTHEWS,S.J.&MORGAN, R. K. Geikie’sfield researches and theirgeological controversies ... 149 DEWEY, J. F. The Highland Controversy revisited: Geikie’s compounded blunder ... 179 SUMMERHAYES. C. P. Archibald Geikie and the Ice Age controversy ... 183 WORSLEY, P. Archibald Geikie as a glacial geologist ... 191 MORGAN, N. Geikie’s science in the cemetery ... 213 Unpublished Geikie material and archival resources BETTERTON, J. The Geikie Archive at Haslemere Educational Museum ... 223 BETTERTON, J. Unpublished manuscripts of Archibald Geikie ... 255 BETTERTON, J. Archival resources ... 317 Artistic family MORRISON, J. Archibald Geikie and landscape painting ... 319 SCOTT, H. E. The life and art of Walter Geikie (1795–1837) ... 337 Geological collections BENTON, M. J. Archibald Geikie and the Elgin reptiles ... 353 BETTERTON, J. Geikielite: an illustrated account of the co-type specimens ... 361 MENDUM,J.R.& HOWE, M. P. A. Geikie and the development of petrography, particularly in Scotland ... 367 A Scottish industry CRAIG,J.&UNDERHILL, J. R. Archibald Geikie’s role in the establishment of the Scottish oil shale industry ... 379 Index ... 401
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    [s.l.] : Selbstverlag
    Call number: PIK N 073-19-92794
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    Pages: 80 Seiten
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    Call number: M 19.92824
    Type of Medium: Monograph available for loan
    Pages: 200 Seiten , 200 farbige Illustrationen , 29.6 cm x 20.8 cm
    ISBN: 9783481035327 , 3481035322
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    Call number: PIK N 071-19-92831
    Type of Medium: Monograph available for loan
    Pages: 342 Seiten , Illustrationen, Diagramme, Karten
    ISBN: 9783643911308
    Series Statement: Studien zur internationalen Umweltpolitik Band / Volume 18
    Language: English
    Note: Contents: Part I: Departure ; 1. Introduction ; 2. Terminology and Literature Review: Climate Change, Adaptation, Migration ; 3. Theoretical Framework ; 4. Research Design: Grounded Theory Driven Multi-Level System Analysis Based on Two Cases ; 5. Methods ; Part II: Unsettling Settlements ; 6. Case Study 1: Southwestern Bangladesh - Migration as Adaptation to Rapid Onset Disasters ; 7. Case Study 2: Migration in the Marshall Islands as a Response to Sea Level Rise and related Crop Failure ; Part III: Settling Unsettlements ; 8. Conclusions: Risk Exchange through Migration ; 9 Recommendations for Adressing Climate Migration ; Part IV: Arrival ; 10. Outlook: Migration as Adaptation in this Century ; 11. Epilogue: Tales of Hope ; 12. "It takes a village to raise a child" (Acknowledgements) ; 13. Bibliography ; 14. Annex
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    Stuttgart : Richard Boorberg Verlag
    Call number: M 19.92840
    Type of Medium: Monograph available for loan
    Pages: 472 Seiten
    Edition: 14., aktualisierte und überarbeitete Auflage
    ISBN: 9783415064744
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    Cambridge, MA : The MIT Press
    Call number: PIK A 190-19-92913
    Type of Medium: Monograph available for loan
    Pages: XXV, 634 Seiten , Illustrationen, Diagramme
    ISBN: 9780262042833 , 0262042835
    Language: English
    Note: Contents: 1 Trajectories: or common patterns of growth ; 2 Nature: or growth of living matter ; 3 Energies: or growth of primary and secondary converters ; 4 Artifacts: or growth of man-made objects an their performances ; 5 Populations, Societies, Economies: or growth of the most complex assemblies ; 6 What comes after growth: or demise and continuity ; Coda
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    Type of Medium: Monograph available for loan
    Pages: 1 Online-Ressource (XXVII, 645 Seiten) , 203 illus., 120 illus. in color.
    Edition: 1st ed. 2019
    ISBN: 9783030299965 , 3030299961
    Series Statement: IFIP Advances in Information and Communication Technology 567
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    Cham, Switzerland : Palgrave Macmillan
    Call number: IASS 19.93027
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    Pages: vii, 93 Seiten
    ISBN: 9783319940779 , 9783319940786 (electronic)
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    Call number: IASS 19.93023
    Description / Table of Contents: The two-volume set IFIP AICT 566 and 567 constitutes the refereed proceedings of the International IFIP WG 5.7 Conference on Advances in Production Management Systems, APMS 2019, held in Austin, TX, USA. The 161 revised full papers presented were carefully reviewed and selected from 184 submissions. They discuss globally pressing issues in smart manufacturing, operations management, supply chain management, and Industry 4.0. The papers are organized in the following topical sections: lean production; production management in food supply chains; sustainability and reconfigurability of manufacturing systems; product and asset life cycle management in smart factories of industry 4.0; variety and complexity management in the era of industry 4.0; participatory methods for supporting the career choices in industrial engineering and management education; blockchain in supply chain management; designing and delivering smart services in the digital age; operations management in engineer-to-order manufacturing; the operator 4.0 and the Internet of Things, services and people; intelligent diagnostics and maintenance solutions for smart manufacturing; smart supply networks; production management theory and methodology; data-driven production management; industry 4.0 implementations; smart factory and IIOT; cyber-physical systems; knowledge management in design and manufacturing; collaborative product development; ICT for collaborative manufacturing; collaborative technoloy; applications of machine learning in production management; and collaborative technology
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    Pages: XXVII, 735 Seiten , graphische Darstellungen
    Edition: 1st ed. 2019
    ISBN: 9783030299996
    Series Statement: IFIP Advances in Information and Communication Technology 566
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    Call number: 5/M19.93035
    In: Space Sciences Series of ISSI, 70
    Description / Table of Contents: This volume presents a broad overview of the requirements, capabilities, challenges and future directions of spaceborne imaging spectroscopy to explore the Earth’s surface for a range of application domains. These include mine exploration, soil mapping, vegetation monitoring, mapping of pollution and hazardous materials, inland and coastal water monitoring, urban applications and others. Imaging spectroscopy, also often termed hyperspectral remote sensing, for terrestrial Earth observation dates back to the 1980s, when the first spectrometers observing in the visible to shortwave infrared wavelength range were deployed on airborne platforms. From the end of the 1990s onwards, spaceborne hyperspectral missions have demonstrated the capability to provide information on the composition and biochemical and physical characteristics of the Earth’s surface. Today, several hyperspectral spaceborne missions are under development to be launched within the next few years. It can be expected that future global and frequent coverage of the Earth’s surface with spaceborne imaging spectroscopy data will bring a major advance in the information depth that future Earth system models and monitoring service developments can be based on.
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    Pages: vi, 391 Seiten , Illustrationen
    ISBN: 978-3-030-24909-0
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    Bonn : Hermann von Helmholtz-Gemeinschaft Deutscher Forschungszentren e.V.
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    Call number: 3/S 07.0034(2019)
    In: Annual report ... / the Helmholtz Association of German Research Centers, 2019
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    Pages: 63 Seiten , Illustrationen
    Edition: 29. August 2019
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    [Melville, New York] : ASA Press | Cham : Springer Nature Zwitzerland AG
    Call number: 16/M 18.91954
    Description / Table of Contents: List of Contributors -- 1 Fundamentals of Nonlinear Acoustical Techniques and Sideband Peak Count -- 2 Nonlinear Resonant Ultrasound Spectroscopy: Assessing Global Damage -- 3 Modelling and Numerical Simulations in Nonlinear Acoustics Used for Damage Detection -- 4 Structural Damage Detection Based on Nonlinear Acoustics - Application Examples -- 5 Nonlinear and Hysteretic Constitutive Models for Wave Propagation in Solid Media With Cracks and Contacts -- 6 Nonlinear Ultrasonic Techniques for Material Characterization -- 7 Nonlinear Ultrasonic Responses of Contacting Interfaces -- 8 Nonlinear Acoustic Response of Damage Applied for Diagnostic Imaging -- 9 Nonlinear Guided Waves and Thermal Stresses -- 10 Subharmonic Phased Array for Crack Evaluation (SPACE) -- 11 A Unified Treatment of Nonlinear Viscoelasticity and Non-Equilibrium Dynamics -- 12 Cement-Based Material Characterization Using Nonlinear Single Impact Resonant Acoustic Spectroscopy -- 13 Dynamic Acousto-Elastic Testing -- 14 Time Reversal Acoustics -- 15 Multiscale Quantification of Damage Precursor in Composites -- 16 Anharmonic Interactions of Probing Ultrasonic Waves with the Applied Loads Including Applications Suitable for Structural Health Monitoring -- 17 Noncontact Nonlinear Ultrasonic Wave Modulation for Fatigue Crack and Delamination Detection -- 18 Characterizing Fatigue Cracks Using Active Sensor Networks -- Index
    Description / Table of Contents: This multi-contributed volume provides a practical, applications-focused introduction to nonlinear acoustical techniques for nondestructive evaluation. Compared to linear techniques, nonlinear acoustical/ultrasonic techniques are much more sensitive to micro-cracks and other types of small distributed damages. Most materials and structures exhibit nonlinear behavior due to the formation of dislocation and micro-cracks from fatigue or other types of repetitive loadings well before detectable macro-cracks are formed. Nondestructive evaluation (NDE) tools that have been developed based on nonlinear acoustical techniques are capable of providing early warnings about the possibility of structural failure before detectable macro-cracks are formed. This book presents the full range of nonlinear acoustical techniques used today for NDE. The expert chapters cover both theoretical and experimental aspects, but always with an eye towards applications. Unlike other titles currently available, which treat nonlinearity as a physics problem and focus on different analytical derivations, the present volume emphasizes NDE applications over detailed analytical derivations. The introductory chapter presents the fundamentals in a manner accessible to anyone with an undergraduate degree in Engineering or Physics and equips the reader with all of the necessary background to understand the remaining chapters. This self-contained volume will be a valuable reference to graduate students through practising researchers in Engineering, Materials Science, and Physics. Represents the first book on nonlinear acoustical techniques for NDE applications Emphasizes applications of nonlinear acoustical techniques Presents the fundamental physics and mathematics behind nonlinear acoustical phenomenon in a simple, easily understood manner Covers a variety of popular NDE techniques based on nonlinear acoustics in a single volume
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    Pages: XIV, 759 Seiten , Illustrationen
    Edition: Online edition Springer eBook Collection. Engineering
    ISBN: 9783319944746 (print)
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    Berlin : Le Monde diplomatique/TAZ Verlags- und Vertriebsgesellschaft GmbH
    Call number: IASS 19.92191
    Type of Medium: Monograph available for loan
    Pages: 183 Seiten , Karten, Illustrationen, Diagramme , 29.9 cm x 22.5 cm, 575 g
    Edition: 1., Auflage
    ISBN: 9783937683744
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    New York, NY : Oxford
    Call number: PIK B 160-19-92109
    Description / Table of Contents: In a text written for a general audience with no special knowledge of economics or environmental science, a prominent economist makes the case for the United States to enact a carbon tax. While a policy to reduce emissions has costs, the work shows in simple and direct language that failing to act on climate change is more costly. Other possible ways to reduce emissions are reviewed and the argument made that a carbon tax is preferable to those alternatives. The text also explains how Congress should design and implement the tax and how Congress should ensure that the carbon tax revenue is returned to taxpayers. Common objections to a carbon tax are addressed, showing that either these come from a misunderstanding of the science of climate change and how a carbon tax works or they can be easily addressed in carbon tax legislation.
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    Pages: X, 188 Seiten , Diagramme
    ISBN: 9780190694227 , 9780190694197
    Language: English
    Note: Contents: Introduction ; 1. Climate Change: What's the Big Deal? ; 2. Business as Usual: What Are the Costs? ; 3. Why Do Economists Like a Carbon Tax? ; 4. Isn't There a Better Way? (No, There Isn't) ; 5. Cap and Trade: The Other Way to Price Pollution ; 6. What To Do With $200 Billion: Give It Back ; 7. So You Want a Carbon Tax: How Do You Design It? ; 8. Objections to a Carbon Tax ; 9. Enacting a Carbon Tax: How Do We Get There? ; Afterword - What Next?
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    Minneapolis : University of Minnesota Press
    Call number: PIK E 719-19-92110
    Description / Table of Contents: "Algorithmic identity politics reinstate old forms of social segregation—in a digital world, identity politics is pattern discrimination. It is by recognizing patterns in input data that artificial intelligence algorithms create bias and practice racial exclusions thereby inscribing power relations into media. How can we filter information out of data without reinserting racist, sexist, and classist beliefs?" -- Website des Verlags
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    Pages: xii, 123 Seiten , Illustrationen
    ISBN: 1517906458 , 9781517906450
    Series Statement: In search of media
    Language: English
    Note: Contents: Sea of data : apophenia and pattern recognition / Hito Steyerl -- Crapularity hermeneutics : interpretation as the blind spot of analytics, artificial intelligence, and other algorithmic producers of the post-apocalyptic present / Florian Cramer -- Queerying homophily / Wendy Hui Kyong Chun -- Data paranoia : how to make sense of pattern discrimination / Clemens Apprich
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    Cham : Springer International Publishing
    Call number: M 19.92316
    Description / Table of Contents: Due to steadily improving experimental accuracy, relativistic concepts - based on Einstein’s theory of Special and General Relativity - are playing an increasingly important role in modern geodesy. This book offers an introduction to the emerging field of relativistic geodesy, and covers topics ranging from the description of clocks and test bodies, to time and frequency measurements, to current and future observations. Emphasis is placed on geodetically relevant definitions and fundamental methods in the context of Einstein’s theory (e.g. the role of observers, use of clocks, definition of reference systems and the geoid, use of relativistic approximation schemes). Further, the applications discussed range from chronometric and gradiometric determinations of the gravitational field, to the latest (satellite) experiments. The impact of choices made at a fundamental theoretical level on the interpretation of measurements and the planning of future experiments is also highlighted. Providing an up-to-the-minute status report on the respective topics discussed, the book will not only benefit experts, but will also serve as a guide for students with a background in either geodesy or gravitational physics who are interested in entering and exploring this emerging field
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    Pages: XIII, 479 Seiten , Illustrationen
    ISBN: 978-3-030-11499-2
    Series Statement: Fundamental Theories of Physics 196
    Language: English
    Note: Introduction -- Time and frequency metrology in the context of relativistic geodesy -- Chronometric geodesy: methods and applications -- Measuring the gravitational field in General Relativity: From deviation equations and the gravitational compass to relativistic clock gradiometry -- A Snapshot of J. L. Synge -- General Relativistic Gravity Gradiometry -- Reference-ellipsoid and normal gravity field in post-Newtonian geodesy -- Anholonomity in Pre and Relativistic Geodesy -- Epistemic relativity: An experimental approach to physics -- Use of geodesy and geophysics measurements to probe the gravitational interaction -- Operationalization of basic relativistic measurements -- Can spacetime curvature be used in future navigation systems? -- World-line perturbation theory -- On the applicability of the geodesic deviation equation in General Relativity -- Measurement of frame dragging with geodetic satellites based on gravity field models from CHAMP, GRACE and beyond -- Tests of General Relativity with the LARES Satellites
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    Call number: PIK N 531-19-92204
    Description / Table of Contents: This book aims to identify, present and discuss key driving forces and pressures on ecosystem services. Ecosystem services are the contributions that ecosystems provide to human well-being. The scope of this atlas is on identifying solutions and lessons to be applied across science, policy and practice. The atlas will address different components of ecosystem services, assess risks and vulnerabilities, and outline governance and management opportunities. The atlas will therefore attract a wide audience, both from policy and practice and from different scientific disciplines. The emphasis will be on ecosystems in Europe, as the available data on service provision is best developed for this region and recognizes the strengths of the contributing authors. Ecosystems of regions outside Europe will be covered where possible.
    Description / Table of Contents: Human well-being is significantly affected by the contributions provided by ecosystems, or ecosystem services. In this well-illustrated atlas, world-class experts identify and discuss key driving forces, trade-offs, and synergies of ecosystem services. Through interdisciplinary case studies varying across ecosystems and scales, this atlas narrows the knowledge gap between ecosystem services management and related fields of study. This atlas begins with conceptual background and proceeds to present drivers and their risks for ecosystems, their functions and services, and biodiversity. Trade-offs and synergies among ecosystem services and societal responses to the drivers and trade-offs are discussed. Sustainable land management and governance concepts are demonstrated throughout the atlas. Environmental scientists, practitioners and policy makers worldwide will appreciate the solutions and best practices identified throughout the chapters. Students of environmental sciences, socio-economics and landscape planning will find this atlas to be a valuable read, as well
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    Pages: XXX, 414 Seiten , Illustrationen, Diagramme, Karten
    ISBN: 9783319962283 , 9783319962290
    Language: English
    Note: Contents: The Risk to Ecosystems and Ecosystem Services: A Framework for the Atlas of Ecosystem Services ; The Ecosystem Service Concept: Linking Ecosystems and Human Wellbeing ; The Link Between Diversity, Ecosystem Functions, and Ecosystem Services ; Embracing Community Resilience in Ecosystem Management and Research ; Risk and Uncertainty as Sources of Economic Value of Biodiversity and Ecosystem Services ; Taking Social Responsibility in Using Ecosystem Services Concepts: Ethical Issues of Linking Ecosystems and Human Well-Being ; Introduction to Part II: Drivers and Their Risks for Ecosystems, Their Functions, and Services ; Scaling Sensitivity of Drivers ; The Evidence for Genetic Diversity Effects on Ecosystem Services ; Using Dynamic Global Vegetation Models (DGVMs) for Projecting Ecosystem Services at Regional Scales ; Remote Sensing Measurements of Forest Structure Types for Ecosystem Service Mapping ; Mapping Land System Archetypes to Understand Drivers of Ecosystem Service Risks ; Assessment of Soil Functions Affected by Soil Management ; Mediterranean Wetlands: A Gradient from Natural Resilience to a Fragile Social-Ecosystem ; Vulnerability of Ecosystem Services in Farmland Depends on Landscape Management ; Provisioning Ecosystem Services at Risk: Pollination Benefits and Pollination Dependency of Cropping Systems at the Global Scale ; Minimising Risks of Global Change by Enhancing Resilience of Pollinators in Agricultural Systems ; Drivers of Risks for Biodiversity and Ecosystem Services: Biogas Plants Development in Germany ; European Energy Governance Landscapes: Energy-Related Pressures on Ecosystem Services ; Wind Power Deployment as a Stressor for Ecosystem Services: A Comparative Case Study from Germany and Sweden ; Selected Trade-Offs and Risks Associated with Land Use Transitions in Central Germany ; New EU-Level Scenarios on the Future of Ecosystem Services ; The Rural-to-Urban Gradient and Ecosystem Services ; How to Reconcile the Ecosystem Service of Regulating the Microclimate with Urban Planning Projects on Brownfields? The Case Study Bayerischer Bahnhof in Leipzig, Germany ; Urban Green Infrastructure in Support of Ecosystem Services in a Highly Dynamic South American City: A Multi-Scale Assessment of Santiago de Chile ; Climate Regulation by Diverse Urban Green Spaces: Risks and Opportunities Related to Climate and Land Use Change ; Climate Change as Driver for Ecosystem Services Risk and Opportunities ; Capacity of Ecosystems to Degrade Anthropogenic Chemicals ; Impacts of Nitrogen Deposition on Forest Ecosystem Services and Biodiversity ; Ecosystem Services from Inland Waters and Their Aquatic Ecosystems ; Groundwater Ecosystems and Their Services: Current Status and Potential Risks ; Drinking Water Quality at Risk: A European Perspective ; Pesticide Effects on Stream Ecosystems ; How Good Are Bad Species? ; Alien Planktonic Species in the Marine Realm: What Do They Mean for Ecosystem Services Provision? ; Invasion of the Wadden Sea by the Pacific Oyster (Magallana gigas): A Risk to Ecosystem Services? ; International Trade and Global Flows of Ecosystem Services ; Introduction to Part III: Trade-Offs and Synergies Among Ecosystem Services ; Trade-Offs and Synergies Between Biodiversity Conservation and Productivity in the Context of Increasing Demands on Landscapes ; Climate Change Induced Carbon Competition: Bioenergy Versus Soil Organic Matter Reproduction ; Removal of Agricultural Residues from Conventional Cropping Systems ; Shrinking Cities and Ecosystem Services: Opportunities, Planning, Challenges, and Risks ; Spatial Patterns of Ecosystem Service Bundles in Germany ; Indicators of Ecosystem Services for Policy Makers in the Netherlands ; The Montérégie Connection: Understanding How Ecosystems Can Provide Resilience to the Risk of Ecosystem Service Change ; Synchronized Peak Rate Years of Global Resources Use Imply Critical Trade-Offs in Appropriation of Natural Resources and Ecosystem Services
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    Call number: AWI G6-19-92461
    Type of Medium: Dissertations
    Pages: XVI, 203 Seiten , Illustrationen, Diagramme
    Language: English
    Note: Dissertation, Universität Potsdam, 2019 , Table of contents Abstract Zusammenfassung Abbreviations 1 Introduction 1.1 Scientific background 1.1.1 Permafrost in the Northern Hemisphere 1.1.2 The permafrost carbon climate feedback 1.1.3 Rapidly changing, deep permafrost environments 1.2 Aims of this dissertation 1.3 Investigated study areas 1.4 Basic method overview 1.4.1 Field work in the Arctic 1.4.2 Laboratory procedure 1.4.3 Analysis ofl andscape-scale carbon and nitrogen stocks 1.5 Thesis organization 1.6 Overview of publications 1.6.1 Publication#1 - Yedoma landscape publication 1.6.2 Publication#2 - Thermokarst lake sequence publication 1.6.3 Publication#3 - North Alaska Arctic river delta publication 1.6.4 Extended Abstract - Western Alaska river delta study 1.6.5 Appendices - Supplementary material and paper in preparation II Carbon and nitrogen pools in thermokarst-affected permafrost landscapes in Arctic Siberia 2.1 Abstract 2.2 Introduction 2.3 Material and methods 2.3.1 Study area 2.3.2 Field Work 2.3.3 Laboratory analysis 2.3.4 Landform classification and upscaling C and N pools 2.4 Results 2.4.1 Sedimentological results 2.4.2 Sampling site SOC and N stocks 2.4.3 Upscaling: Landscape SOC and N stocks 2.4.4 Radiocarbon dates 2.5 Discussion 2.5.1 Site specific soil organic C and N stock characteristics 2.5.2 Upscaling of C and N pools 2.5.3 Sediment and organic C accumulation rates 2.5.4 Characterizing soil organic carbon 2.5.5 The fate of organic carbon in thermokarst-affected yedoma in Siberia 2.6 Conclusions III Impacts of successive thermokarst lake stages on soil organic matter, Arctic Alaska 3.1 Abstract 3.2 Plain language summary 3.3 Introduction 3.4 Study site 3.5 Methods 3.5.1 Core collection 3.5.2 Biogeochemical analyses 3.5.3 Study area OC and N calculation 3.6 Results 3.6.1 Biogeochemistry 3.6.2 Sediment organic carbon and nitrogen stocks 3.6.3 Radiocarbon dates and carbon accumulation rates 3.6.4 Landscape C and N budget 3.7 Discussion 3.7.1 Impact of thermokarst lake dynamics on organic matter storage 3.7.2 High organic C and N stocks on the ACP 3.7.3 Landscape chronology 3.7.4 Organic matter accumulation 3.7.5 Future development 3.8 Conclusions IV Sedimentary and geochemical characteristics of two small permafrost-dominated Arctic river deltas in northern Alaska 4.1 Abstract 4.2 Introduction 4.3 Study area 4.4 Material and Methods 4.4.1 Soil organic carbon and soil nitrogen storage 4.4.2 Radiocarbon dating and organic carbon accumulation rates 4.4.3 Grain size distribution 4.4.4 Scaling carbon and nitrogen contents to landscape level 4.5 Results 4.5.1 Carbon and nitrogen contents 4.5.2 Radiocarbon dates and accumulation rates 4.5.3 Grain size distribution 4.5.4 Arctic river delta carbon and nitrogen storage 4.6. Discussion 4.6.1 Significance of carbon and nitrogen stocks in Arctic river deltas 4.6.2 SOC and SN distribution with depth 4.6.3 Sedimentary characteristics 4.6.3.1 Accumulation rates 4.6.3.2 Sediment distribution 4.6.4 Impacts of future changes 4.6.5 Significance of remotely sensed upscaling results 4.7 Conclusions V Soil carbon and nitrogen stocks in Arctic river deltas - New data for three Western Alaskan deltas 5.1 Abstract 5.2 Introduction 5.3 Study sites 5.4 Methods 5.5 Results and discussion 5.5 Conclusions VI Discussion 6.1 Interregional comparison 6.2 Changing thermokarst landscapes and their global impact 6.3 A growing C and N data base 6.4 Outlook - potential follow-up projects VII Synthesis VIII References Appendix A Synthesis of SOC and N inventories Appendix B Supplementary material to Chapter II Appendix C Supplementary material to Chapter III Appendix D Supplementary material to Chapter IV Appendix E Supplementary material to Chapter V Appendix F Arctic river delta data set - Version 1.0 Acknowledgements - Danksagung
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    Bielefeld : transcript
    Call number: PIK B 050-19-92549
    Type of Medium: Monograph available for loan
    Pages: 391 Seiten , Illustrationen, Diagramme , 24 cm x 15.5 cm, 456 g
    ISBN: 3837645304 , 9783837645309
    Series Statement: Sozialtheorie
    Language: German
    Note: Contents: TEIL I COMMONS GRUNDLEGEN ; Kapitel 1 Von Commons & Commoning ; Kapitel 2 Von Commons & Sein ; Kapitel 3 Von Commons & Sprache ; TEIL II COMMONS VERSTEHEN UND LEBEN ; Einleitung - Die Triade des Commoning ; Kapitel 4 Soziales Miteinander ; Kapitel 5 Selbstorganisation durch Gleichrangige ; Kapitel 6 Sorgendes & selbstbestimmtes Wirtschaften ; TEIL III DAS COMMONSVERSUM ; Einleitung - Wie das Commonsversum wachsen könnte ; Kapitel 7 Eigentümlich denken ; Kapitel 8 Haben & Sein ; Kapitel 9 Commons im Staat ; Kapitel 10 Commons erMächtigen
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    Weinheim : Wiley-VCH Verlag GmbH & Co. KGaA
    Call number: PIK B 160-19-92633
    Type of Medium: Monograph available for loan
    Pages: 309 Seiten , Diagramme
    ISBN: 9783527509751 , 3527509755
    Language: German
    Note: Contents: Teil I: Der Wachstumszwang ; 1. Zweihundert Jahre Wirtschaftswachstum: Vom Heilsversprechen zur Zwangshandlung ; 2. Der ökonomische Hintergrund des Wachstumszwangs ; 3. Der Zusammenhang zwischen Wachstum und Gewinnen in einer einfachen Modellwirtschaft ; 4. Einfiktives Beispiel: Wie eine Insel mit traditioneller Fischereiwirtschaft in den Wachstumszwang gerät ; 5. Ein Beispiel aus der realen Welt: Degrowth in Griechenland nach 2008 ; 6. Aber es geht doch ohne Wachstum! Argumente gegen den Wachstumszwang ; Teil II: Die Zukunft des Wachstums ; 7. Vollbeschäftigung trotz arbeitssparendem technischem Fortschritt: Bürokratie als Rettung ; 8. Stetiges Wachstum des Konsums trotz Sättigung: Bedürfnisweckung und Zwangskonsum ; 9. Falsche Prophezeiungen über das Ende des Wachstums gestern und heute ; 10. Können wir das Wachstum immer besser machen? ; Anhang: Wachstumszwang im Modell einer einfachen Kreislaufwirtschaft
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    Chicago : University of Chicago Press
    Call number: IASS 19.92637
    Type of Medium: Monograph available for loan
    Pages: 290 Seiten
    ISBN: 978-0-226-49585-9 , 022649585X
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    Call number: 9/M 07.0421(474)
    In: Geological Society Special Publication
    Description / Table of Contents: Abstract High pressure (HP) and ultrahigh pressure (UHP) metamorphic rocks play a key role in understanding the tectonic evolution of orogenic belts. They have typically experienced complex changes during subduction and exhumation processes arising from recrystallization, deformation, fluid–rock interactions and even partial melting, and may therefore carry valuable records of evolving geodynamic systems in an orogenic belt. This special publication addresses the current work on HP–UHP metamorphism and its relation to the tectonic evolution of orogenic belts. This special publication contains fifteen papers covering the important orogenic belts of the Himalaya, Dabie–Sulu, Tian Shan, North Qaidam and others that have been grouped into three parts: (I) new developments in the determination of metamorphic pressure–temperature (PT) conditions and their timing, (II) overview papers of well-known HP–UHP metamorphic belts and (III) research papers for some newly discovered HP–UHP belts.
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    Pages: vi, 362 Seiten , Illustrationen
    ISBN: 978-1-78620-399-1
    Series Statement: Geological Society Special Publication 474
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    Call number: 9/M 07.0421(478)
    In: Geological Society Special Publication
    Description / Table of Contents: Abstract In Earth evolution, mountain belts are the loci of crustal growth, reworking and recycling. These crustal-scale processes are unravelled through microscale investigations of textures and mineral assemblages of metamorphic rocks. Multiple episodes of metamorphism, re-equilibration and deformation, however, generally produce a complex and tightly interwoven pattern of microstructures and assemblages. Over the last two decades, the combination of advanced computing and technological capabilities with new concepts has provided a vast array of novel petrological tools and high-resolution/high-sensitivity techniques for microanalysis and imaging. Such novel approaches are proving fundamental to untangling the enigma represented by metamorphism with an unprecedented level of detail and confidence. As a result, the first decade and a half of this century has already seen the tumultuous development of new research avenues in metamorphic petrology. This book aims to provide a timely overview of the state of the art of this field, of newly developed petrological techniques, future advancements and significant new case studies.
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    Pages: vi, 482 Seiten , Illustrationen
    ISBN: 978-1-78620-400-4
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    Call number: 9/M 07.0421(475)
    In: Geological Society Special Publication
    Description / Table of Contents: Abstract Understanding the sedimentary and geophysical archive of glaciated margins is a complex task that requires integration and analysis of disparate sedimentological and geophysical data. Their analysis is vital for understanding the dynamics of past ice sheets and how they interact with their neighbouring marine basins, on timescales that cannot be captured by observations of the cryosphere today. As resources, sediments deposited on the inner margins of glaciated shelves also exhibit resource potential where more sand-dominated systems occur, acting as reservoirs for both hydrocarbons and water. This book surveys the full gamut of glaciated margins, from deep time (Neoproterozoic, Ordovician and Carboniferous–Permian) to modern high-latitude margins in Canada and Antarctica. This collection of papers is the first attempt to deliberately do this, allowing not only the similarities and differences between modern and ancient glaciated margins to be explored, but also the wide spectrum of their mechanisms of investigation to be probed. Together, these papers offer a high-resolution, spatially and temporally diverse blueprint of the depositional processes, ice sheet dynamics, and basin architectures of the world's former glaciated margins; a vital resource in advancing understanding of our present and future marine-terminating ice sheet margins.
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    Pages: 288 Seiten , Illustrationen
    ISBN: 978-1-78620-397-7
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    New York : Columbia University Press