ISBN-10:
981256456X
ISBN-13:
9789812564566
Pub. Date:
06/28/2006
Publisher:
World Scientific Publishing Company, Incorporated
Advances in Geosciences 5 VOLUME SET

Advances in Geosciences 5 VOLUME SET

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Overview

Advances in Geosciences is the result of a concerted effort in bringing the latest results and planning activities related to earth and space science in Asia and the international arena. The volume editors are all leading scientists in their research fields covering five sections: Solid Earth (SE), Solar Terrestrial (ST), Planetary Science (PS), Hydrological Science (HS), and Oceans and Atmospheres (OA). The main purpose is to highlight the scientific issues essential to the study of earthquakes, tsunamis, climate change, drought, flood, typhoons, space weathers, and planetary exploration.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9789812564566
Publisher: World Scientific Publishing Company, Incorporated
Publication date: 06/28/2006
Edition description: HC_SET
Pages: 400
Product dimensions: 6.20(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.70(d)

Table of Contents

Contents:

* Volume 1:
o Source Process of the 2004 Sumatra-Andaman Earthquake (L S XU & Y T Chen)
o Fuzzy Logic Model for Multi-Reservoir Operation (S Mohan & M A Prasad)
o Test of Inner Core Super Rotation Using Gravity Variation (W Shen & J Ning)
o The Earth-Mantle Model Using a Seismogram Analysis on Halmahera Earthquake C112597C with the PMG Observation Station (B J Santosa)
o GPS Estimate of the Tectonic Activity and Deformation in North China (C Xu & Z Li)
o Large-Scale Silicic Volcanism - The Result of Thermal Maturation of the Crust (S de Silva et al.)
* Volume 2:
o Solar Coronal Plumes: Theoretical Concepts and Results (M Cuntz)
o Observational Study of Solar Magnetic Active Phenomena by Huairou Vector Magnetograph (H Zhang)
o Sector Boundary Crossings and Geomagnetic Activities (S Watari & T Watanabe)
o Aurora-Associated Phenomena and the ePOP Mission (L M Kagan)
o Ultra Long Range Aircraft Operations and Space Weather (I L Getley & M L Duldig)
o Link Between Cosmic Rays and Clouds on Different Time Scales (I G Usoskin & G A Kovaltsov)
o Effects of Typhoon on the Ionosphere (Y-M Liu et al.)
* Volume 3:
o Review of Mariner 10 Observations: Mercury Surface Impact Processes (C R Chapman)
o On the Dynamics of Charged Particles in the Magnetosphere of Mercury (D C Delcourt & K Seki)
o Neutral Atom Emission from Mercury (A Mura et al.)
o Diagnosing the Mercury Plasma Environment Using Low-Frequency Electric Field Measurements (L G Blomberg& J A Cumnock)
o Low Energy Ion Observation by Mercury Magnetospheric Orbiter: MMO (Y Saito et al.)
o Ice on the Moon and Mercury (D H Crider et al.)
o The Bulk Density of Cometary Nuclei (B J R Davidsson)
o A Mission Called SAPPORO (W-H Ip et al.)
* Volume 4:
o Simulation Korea Summer Monsoon Rainfall with NCAR Regional Climate Model (F P Singh et al.)
o Urban Flood Analysis with Underground Space (K Toda et al.)
o Climate Variability and Drought in Rajasthan (A Goel & R B Singh)
o Modeling of Floodplain Inundation Process in Low-Lying Areas (P T Hai et al.)
o Oxygen Transfer by Flow Characteristics at Stepped Drop Structure (J-H Kim)
o Inter and Intra Neuronal Systems for Reservoir Operation (R B Varadharajan)
o Sensitivity Analysis for Optimization Model for Coastal Groundwater (S-H Hong & N Park)
* Volume 5:
o Sabah Shoreline Management Plan (F Jakobsen et al.)
o Potential for Sulfide Mineral Deposits in Australian Waters (T F McConachy)
o Local to Long-Range Dust Transport over Central Eastern Australia (M S Speer & L M Leslie)
o Interannual Variations in Pacific SST Deviations through AVHRR (J Yu & P Gloersen)
o An Investigation of Winter Rainfall and Snowfall in the Mountain and Coast (H Choi)
o Impact of Regional Circulation and Heat Budget to Tropical Night (H Choi & D S Choi)
o and other papers

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