Мобильная версия

Доступно журналов:

2 361

Доступно статей:

3 493 662

 

Издательство Wiley по названию

Отсортировать по: Порядок: Результаты:

  • Akasofu Syun‐Ichi (1993-07-20)
    There is little doubt that magnetograms recorded on the campus of the University of Alaska Fairbanks from the 1940s on are the most widely used magnetograms in the world. What made their wide use possible was the fact that ...
  • Anonymous (1971-11)
    This extendible boom designed to support a solar array on a potential large space station is being tested by engineers at Lockheed Missiles and Space Company, Inc., in Sunnyvale, California. Built to Lockheed specifications ...
  • Levy Hiram; Jacob Daniel J. (1995-02-07)
    The James B. Macelwane Medal was presented to Daniel J. Jacob at the 1994 AGU Spring Meeting Honors Ceremony on May 25,1994. The medal recognizes significant contributions to the geophysical sciences by a young scientist ...
  • Mariño Miguel A. (1984-04-17)
    Jim made his initial major contribution to hydrology with his Ph.D. dissertation, in which he developed a mathematical modeling procedure for nonlinear analysis of hydrologic systems. He continued the use of mathematical ...
  • Bindschadler Robert A. (1984-03-20)
    Maximum and minimum estimates are made of the drainage basin feeding the Jakobshavns Glacier by using surface elevation maps derived from Seasat altimetry. Benson's (1962) net balance measurements are used to calculate the ...
  • Wasserburg Gerald J. (1980-07-22)
    It is a pleasure to present Lawrence Grossman for the Macelwane Award. This occasion is particularly auspicious since the AGU meeting is held here in Toronto, Canada, where Larry was born and raised. As a young man he ...
  • Farley Donald T.; Kintner Paul M.; Kelley Michael (1979-07-31)
    Measuring the weak electric field in the earth's upper atmosphere with an in situ probe, whether on a balloon, rocket, or satellite, is an experiment that is fraught with difficulties. Mike Kelley has been one of the ...
  • Geller Robert; Nur Amos; Thompson George (1980-07-22)
    Tonight we are honoring Norm Sleep as one of the outstanding young solid earth geophysicists. However, he is our colleague at Stanford University because of a phenomenon of atmospheric, rather than solid earth, geophysics. ...
  • Nagy Andrew F.; Cicerone Ralph J. (1979-07-31)
    Ralph J. Cicerone came to work for us at The Univer sity of Michigan in the fall of 1970 after completing his Ph.D. in electrical engineering and physics at Th e University of Illinois under Professor S. A. Bowhill. Those ...
  • Wyllie Peter J.; O'Nions R. K. (1979-07-31)
    I have the pleasure to introduce Robert Keith O'Nions, a young man of 34, for the Macelwane Award, not because I have had anything to do with his education and research, but because I was a member of the committee this ...
  • Dessler A. J. (1980-07-22)
    It is a pleasure to present to Thomas W. Hill, a Macelwane Award for 1980. The pleasure for me is undeniably heightened by the fact that Tom was one of my students. Professors are generally aware that one of the rewards ...
  • Hager Bradford H. (1986-07-22)
    Plate tectonics provides a unifying framework for understanding a wide range of geological processes, and thermal convection in the mantle drives plate tectonics. Thus an understanding of mantle convection is fundamental ...
  • Richman Barbara T. (1984-04-03)
    A quality journal results from good scientific work written up well by contributors and from good reviewers sifting out the best papers, according to James J. O'Brien, one of the new editors for the Journal of Geophysical ...
  • Frankel Henry (1987-06-16)
    The purpose of this article is to describe the key role that Jan Hospers played in the early stages of what has been called the revolution in the earth sciences: plate tectonics. Hospers was the first to demonstrate that ...
  • Anonymous (1984-02-21)
    After a wet December that produced record high streamflows in many states, flows generally decreased during January, although many streams in the Gulf Coast region and the West were still flowing at rates well above average ...
  • Nagaoka H. (1932-12)
    In cooperation with the Naval Experimental and Research Establishment, the Central Meteorological Observatory of Japan, the Tokyo Astronomical Observatory, and the Department of Communications, the Japanese National Committee ...
  • Carlowicz Michael (1996-09-24)
    The Northridge earthquake of 1994 and the Kobe quake of 1995 appear to have shaken up more than the local populations. The earthquakes and the urban destruction that ensued have moved entire governments to pursue better ...
  • Burnett William C.; Landing William M.; Lyons W. Berry; Orem William (1989-08-15)
    Elemental cycling in suboxic to anoxic marine environments has received considerable attention in the past few years. The recent expeditions of the RIV Knorr to the Black Sea, for example, illustrate the interest in ...
  • Anonymous (1990-05-15)
    This is the fourth announcement in a continuing series from the Division of Ocean Sciences of the National Science Foundation to alert the biological and chemical oceanography communities of opportunities for participation ...