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  • Sibuet Jean‐Claude; Letouzey Jean; Barbier Florence; Charvet Jacques; Foucher Jean‐Paul; Hilde Thomas W. C.; Kimura Masaaki; Chiao Ling‐Yun; Marsset Bruno; Muller Carla; Stéphan Jean‐François (1987-12-10)
    The Okinawa Trough, lying to the east of China, is a back arc basin formed by extension within continental lithosphere behind the Ryukyu trench‐arc system. Middle to late Miocene uplift, associated with normal faulting of ...
  • Silver Eli A.; Reed Donald; McCaffrey Robert; Joyodiwiryo Yoko (1983-09-10)
    The structure of the eastern Sunda back arc region is dominated by two large north directed thrusts, the Wetar and Flores thrusts, and one or more minor thrusts, which may represent early stages of subduction polarity ...
  • Stevenson David J.; McNamara Sean C. (1988-12)
    On planets where most of the heat is transported to the surface by igneous activity (extrusive volcanism or near‐surface intrusions), the surface heatflow at localities well away from regions of current igneous activity ...
  • Osada Kazuo; Langway Chester C. (1993-12-14)
    Concentration levels of the organic acids HCOO− and CH3SO3−, inorganic acids NO3− and excess SO42− and ammonium were measured in pre‐1900 AD ice layers from seven geographically dispersed inland sites in Greenland. Average ...
  • Lanzerotti L. J.; Maclennan C. G.; Fraser‐Smith A. C. (1990-09)
    The Arrival Heights area of the Hut Point Peninsula on Ross Island has been designated the 2nd Site of Special Scientific Interest (SSSI) on the Antarctic continent. It is the only SSSI in Antarctica designated as a natural ...
  • Helas Günter; Warneck Peter (1981-08-20)
    A chemiluminescence analyzer was used to measure NOx mixing ratios at the west coast of Ireland. Two measurement modes allowed the determination of NO and NOx = NO + NO2. In a third mode using a molybdenum converter, higher ...
  • Weaver Paul F. (1965-11-01)
    Long‐range, fast‐fade radar echoes at 14 Mc/s observed looking north from Ithaca, N.Y., are described. They are explained in terms of backscatter from field‐aligned irregularities located in a region where straight ray ...
  • Tsunoda Roland T. (1980-10)
    In the equatorial F‐region ionosphere, a turbulent cascade process has been found to exist that extends from irregularity spatial wavelengths longer than tens of kilometers down to wavelengths as short as 36 cm. To investigate ...
  • Rignot Eric (1995-05-25)
    A number of planetary objects exhibit large radar reflectivity and polarization ratios, and more recently, a similar behavior has been observed over a vast portion of the Earth's surface: the percolation facies of the ...
  • Baggaley W. J. (1970-01-01)
    Field‐aligned irregularities have been observed in the F region by using a 17‐MHz swept‐azimuth sounder operating in the United Kingdom during the period 1964–1966. The occurrence of echo activity was less than that reported ...
  • Newkirk G. A.; Warwick J. W.; Zirin H. (1960-08)
  • Salpeter E. E.; Treiman S. B. (1964-01)
    Any attempt at a quantitative description of the scattering of electromagnetic radiation from a turbulent plasma medium is bound to involve physical and mathematical approximations. The appropriateness of alternative ...
  • Carlowicz Michael (1996-05-21)
    In an effort to educate the public about the long road from obscure experiment to life‐changing discovery, the National Academy of Sciences (NAS) has been enlisting prominent researchers, science writers, and scientific ...
  • Richman Barbara T. (1984-08-14)
    Nancy E. Dignon, a graduate student at Florida State University in Tallahassee, is the recipient of the 1984 June Bacon‐Bercey Scholarship for Women in Atmospheric Sciences. The scholarship, administered by AGU, is provided ...
  • Anonymous (1987-08-04)
    Terrie J. Fairgrieves, an undergraduate student at Northern Illinois University (in De Kalb), has been selected as the recipient of the 1987 June Bacon‐Bercey Scholarship for Women in Atmospheric Sciences. The scholarship, ...
  • Anonymous (1985-10-08)
    Elissa L. Gruner, a graduate student at the University of Illinois in Champaign‐Urbana, is the recipient of the 1985 June Bacon‐Bercey Scholarship for Women in Atmospheric Sciences. The scholarship, administered by AGU, ...
  • Dowhaluk Bohdan (1983-09-20)
    Laura L. Lundberg, a first‐year graduate student in chemistry at the University of California, San Diego, is the recipient of the 1983 June Bacon‐Bercey Scholarship for Women in Atmospheric Sciences. The scholarship, ...
  • Chapelle Francis H.; Zelibor Joseph L.; Grimes D. Jay; Knobel LeRoy L. (1987-08)
    Nineteen cores of unconsolidated Coastal Plain sediments obtained from depths of 14 to 182 m below land surface near Waldorf, Maryland, were collected and examined for metabolically active bacteria. The age of the sediments ...
  • Wan Jiamin; Tokunaga Tetsu K.; Tsang Chin‐Fu (1995-07)
    Numerous previous studies of bacterial transport in groundwaters and to deep aquifers and sediments have either neglected, or regarded as insignificant, the potential contribution of bacterial sedimentation. This study ...
  • Hornberger George M.; Mills Aaron L.; Herman Janet S. (1992-03)
    The factors that control the transport of bacteria through porous media are not well understood. The relative importance of the processes of dispersion, of immobilization of bacterial cells by various mechanisms (deposition), ...