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  • ScienceTainment - How to communicate science entertaining

    Heiden, Jasmin; Hörterer, Christina (2015)
    The Internet and its features offer great opportunities for scientists to present their work to the public. Using new media channels like Youtube, TedTalks or blogs, scientists can offer their research in a creative, entertaining and intelligible way to the public.

    Monitoring hypoxia: diverse approaches to addressing a complex phenomenon with focus on the Black Sea

    Friedrich, Jana; Janssen, Felix; He, Yunchang; Holtappels, Moritz; Konovalov, Sergey; Prien, Ralf D.; Rehder, Gregor; Stanev, Emil (2013)
    We present our experiences in monitoring hypoxia and assessing oxygen-related phenomena in aquatic systems, resulting from the EU-FP7 project HYPOX (“In situ monitoring of oxygen depletion in hypoxic ecosystems of coastal and open seas, and land-locked water bodies”, www.hypox.net). For this presentation, we selected approaches and technologies which could be relevant for monitoring fast fluctuations at the pelagic redoxcline, seasonal benthic hypoxia and decadal trends oxycline boundary shif...

    Models for the runoff from a glaciated catchment area using measurements of environmental isotope contents

    Behrens, Horst; Moser, Heribert; Oerter, Hans; Rauert, Werner; Stichler, Wilibald; Ambach, Walter (1978)
    For several years, in the glaciated catchment area of the Rofenache (Oetztal Alps, Austria), measurements have been made of the environmental isotopes 2H, 180 and 3H in precipitation, snow and ice samples and in the runoff. Furthermore, the electrolytic conductivity of runoff samples was measured and tracing experiments were made with fluorescent dyes. From core samples drilled in the accumulation area of the Vernagtferner, the gross beta activity was investigated and compared with the data f...

    PANGAEA information system for glaciological data management

    Diepenbroek, Michael; Fütterer, Dieter; Grobe, Hannes; Miller, Heinrich; Reinke, Manfred; Sieger, Rainer (1998)
    Specific parameters determined on cores from continental ice sheets or glaciers can be used to reconstruct former climate. To use this scientific resource effectively an information system is needed which guarantees consistent longtime storage of data and provides easy access for the scientific community.An information system to archive any data of paleoclimatic relevance, together with the related metadata, raw data and evaluated paleoclimatic data, is presented. The system, based on a relat...
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