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Environmental earth sciences—most cited papers: 2015–2016

) Environmental earth sciences; Best papers; Progress report; “Filters of hope” - It is always difficult to select “best papers” from the large inventory of excellent publications in a comprehensive journal like ... Environmental Earth Sciences (EES) with broad aims and scope. The editors decided to award the 15 papers that were most cited over the last two years, i.e., the 2017 award goes to the most cited papers from 2015

Giant impact: accretion and evolution of the Moon - Implications for Earth, Mars and the Solar System as a whole

history. Indeed, a collision of the Earth with another planet – the Giant Impact – is the most widely accepted theory for the origin of the Moon. Several hundred million years later, Moon and Earth received ... GIANT IMPACT: IMPLICATIONS FOR EARTH THE SOLAR SYSTEM AS A WHOLE 2 0 Jacobs University Bremen 1 Jungfraujoch Commission - Swiss Academy of Sciences 2 International Space Science Institute , Bern

Royal Academy of Sciences and Arts of Barcelona

progress of science and technology. Several years earlier, in 1717, and as a consequence of the Catalonia's stance against k ing Philip V at the beginning of the 18 - tH e r oYal ac adeMY oF scieNces a Nd ... arts o F Barcel oNa b p. 27: Façade of the r oyal academy of sciences and arts at the r ambles, Barcelona . FiG. 1: overview of Barcelona with the Fabra observatory Tcal role of the University of

Estimating earth loads on buried pipes under axial loading condition: insights from 3D discrete element analysis

found to be the pipe diameter, burial depth, and soil properties. Results of the parametric study were used to develop an expression to estimate the earth pressure coefficient that reflects the dilative ... is the coefficient of earth pressure at-rest and δ is the interface friction angle between the soil and the pipe. Equation (1) has been also recommended by the American Lifeline Alliance [ 3 ] and

Variability along the Atlantic water pathway in the forced Norwegian Earth System Model

study we use a high (0.25° horizontal grid) and a medium (1°) resolution version of a forced global ocean-sea ice model, utilising the Norwegian Earth System Model, to assess the impact of increased ocean ... Bergen , Norway 2 Nansen Environmental and Remote Sensing Center and Bjerknes Centre for Climate Research , Thormøhlensgate 47, 5006 Bergen , Norway 3 H. R. Langehaug 4 Eurasia Institute of Earth Sciences

Earth at Rest

incorporated in students’ embodied knowledge. I ground the idea of Earth at rest in Husserl’s phenomenological philosophy and Heidegger’s notion of science’ deprivation of the world. A critique of the ... Education, Norwegian University of Life Sciences , P.O.Box 5003, N-1432 Ås , Norway 1 Edvin Østergaard Focus of this article is the current situation characterized by students' de-rootedness and possible

Rare-earth elements in human colostrum milk

Rare-earth elements (REEs) are used in a growing number of applications, and their release to environment has increased over the decades. Knowledge of REEs in human milk and factors that could

Equal rights for general internists?

Health Sciences , Washington, DC , USA 2 Veterans Affairs Medical Center , Washington, DC , USA - KEY WORDS: hospitalists; internal medicine; academic performance. Dear Editor, We are responding to the ... recent commentary from The Editors Desk by Carol Bates on BEqual Rights for General Internists?^1. In the editorial, Dr. Bates advocates for equity in dedicated time for academic pursuits between

Venus: The Atmosphere, Climate, Surface, Interior and Near-Space Environment of an Earth-Like Planet

an overview for the general reader, and also an introduction to the more detailed topical surveys in the following articles in this issue, where full references to original material may be found. ... III Edited by Bruno Bézard , Christopher T. Russell, Takehiko Satoh, Suzanne E. Smrekar and Colin F. Wilson 3 Department of Earth, Environmental and Planetary Sciences, Brown University , Providence

Earth Aliens #6: Rebirth

general demands that Hugh arms the them with a bomb to take out the Charneki and surrounding humans. Hugh changes the blast radius, which effectively stops the war, but at a terrible cost. In honor of

Exacerbating Inequalities? Health Policy and the Behavioural Sciences

effectiveness of potential behavioural science interventions in the public health arena in general. Behavioural Law and Policy: Problems of Translation Translating behavioural sciences research into law and ... these two areas highlights potential problems with the use of the behavioural sciences in public health policy. To this end, we begin in the next section by looking at the place of the SDoH within public

Beyond funding: Acknowledgement patterns in biomedical, natural and social sciences

comparisons. Our analysis shows that technical support is more frequently acknowledged by scholars in Chemistry, Physics and Engineering. Earth and Space, Professional Fields, and Social Sciences are more ... , Physics, Professional Fields and Social Sciences, the first plane (formed by Axes 1 and 2) explains approximately 60% of the variance, while for Earth and Space and Psychology, Axes 1 and 2 explain less

The Production of Ketene and C5O2 from CO2, N2 and CH4 in a Non-thermal Plasma Catalysed by Earth-Abundant Elements: An In-Situ FTIR Study

-driven dry reforming of CO2 and CH4 [ 17 ]. In general, CO2 and CH4 are employed without a third feed gas, and the products observed are syngas (CO ? H2) with small amounts of C2H2, C2H4 etc. and very

Out of Order: Function and Malfunction in the Biological and Biomedical Sciences

purpose, a conviction he applies just as much to organisms as to his buildings.1 This belief in an optimized organismal organization of the human body (and by extrapolation of living beings in general) has ... not only been a prevailing subject in literature for a long time, but has also reached broad significance in the natural sciences. For centuries, the consensus view of the human body in the biological

Development of a Formal Lexicon for the Social Sciences

A formal lexicon would be useful in conducting theoretical work in the social sciences. Such a lexicon is described here. The author and his collaborator hope to adapt results from the field of ... which theories of the social sciences can be built. These terms are of two general sorts : The first are called primitives. These are not defined, but their meaning or content is clarified by example, by

4f chemistry towards rare earth materials science and engineering

Applied Chemistry, Chinese Academy of Sciences , Changchun 130022 , China - The big challenge in rare earth (RE) resource utilization is to effectively manage their balanced use and advanced applications ... elements (also more expensive). We should initially focus on the general character between the chemical bonding of light RE elements and that of heavy RE elements in RE materials. That is, the 4f electrons

Bringing Darwin into the social sciences and the humanities: cultural evolution and its philosophical implications

Social Sciences, which is the result of a collaborative project between scholars and scientists from the universities of Lille and Ghent. Furthermore, we explain how they add to the discussions about the ... also justify immoral phenomena such as social inequality, racism, and colonialism. The scientific and moral failure of these projects resulted in a popular resentment in the social sciences and the

Faith, Reason, and Earth History

Intelligent Design," authored by Leonard Brand of Loma Linda University and Arthur Chadwick of Southwestern Adventist University 1 Contact: PR 269-471-3322 Students, teachers and general readers anywhere in ... entities. - The worldwide free e-book release was formally announced at the spring meeting of the General Conference Faith and Science Council (Council), held in Loma Linda, California, April 19-20. The

The art of co-production of knowledge in environmental sciences and management: lessons from international practice

This review paper addresses the challenging question of “how to” design and implement co-production of knowledge in climate science and other environmental and agricultural sciences. Based on a ... , Environment, and Spatial Sciences (GESS), Michigan State University , East Lansing, MI 48824 , USA 1 School of Geography and Development, University of Arizona , Tucson, AZ , USA 2 Ida Nadia S. Djenontin This

General ecological information supports engagement with affordances for ‘higher’ cognition

account of the regularities in the environment. Introducing the notion of general ecological information, we will give an account of these regularities in terms of constraints, information and the form of ... behavior, even though every now and then the bananas happen to be out of stock there. Lawful and general ecological information In this paper, we will therefore distinguish between lawful ecological