Heidelberger Gelehrtenlexikon 1933-1986 by Dagmar Drüll

By Dagmar Drüll

Das "Heidelberger Gelehrtenlexikon 1933-1986" stellt den letzten Bestandteil eines größeren Projekts dar, das eine vollständige Dokumentation aller an der Universität Heidelberg seit ihrer Gründung 1386 tätig gewesenen und besoldeten Lehrer zum Ziel hat. Der neue Band 1933-1986 ist die erste systematische Zusammenstellung aller hauptamtlich an der Universität beschäftigten Professoren (ordentliche und außerordentliche), die zwischen 1933 und 1986 ernannt worden sind. Das erste Stichdatum ergibt sich aus dem Vorgängerband, der die Professorenschaft von 1803 bis 1933 enthielt. Der Schnitt 1986 erklärt sich aus dem Jubiläumsjahr zur Feier der six hundred. Wiederkehr der Gründung der Universität Heidelberg. Es handelt sich um ein Corpus von knapp one thousand Personen. Quellengrundlage zum wissenschaftlichen Lebenslauf eines Professors sind vor allem Archivmaterialien (Personal,- Fakultäts- und Rektoratsakten), von den Professoren beantwortete Fragebögen sowie biographische Nachschlagewerke.

Die Anlage des Lexikons ist analog zu den Vorgängerbändengestaltet: Die Biographien des Lexikons geben Auskunft über das berufliche und inner most Leben der Professoren: Lebensdaten, Religionszugehörigkeit, Lehrfach, -fächer, Fakultätszugehörigkeit sowie Informationen über den Familienstand. Im Zentrum steht der akademische Lebenslauf, dessen Daten mit Angaben über das Studium oder eine Berufsausbildung des Betreffenden einsetzen. Von da an sind alle in und außerhalb Heidelbergs verbrachten Lebensabschnitte, auch die außeruniversitären Tätigkeiten, bis zum Tode verzeichnet. Zu jeder Biographie gehören Quellennachweis, Nennung einiger bedeutender Werke der Gelehrten, Literaturangaben und Porträtnachweis. Die Biographien werden nach dem bisherigen Muster alphabetisch geordnet zusammengestellt; Quellen- und Sekundärliteraturverzeichnis, Abkürzungsverzeichnis, ein chronologisches Verzeichnis der Professoren der einzelnen Fakultäten und eine Zeittafel über wichtige Daten zur Heidelberger Universitätsgeschichte 1933 bis 1986 sind beigegeben.

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Nitrogen Cycling in the Americas: Natural and Anthropogenic by Luiz A. Martinelli, Robert W. Howarth

By Luiz A. Martinelli, Robert W. Howarth

Advances in our knowing of the nitrogen cycle and the influence of anthropogenic actions on local to worldwide scales rely on the growth of medical stories to those fast-developing areas. This e-book provides a sequence of reviews from around the Americas whose goal is to spotlight key traditional tactics that keep watch over nitrogen biking in addition to talk about the most anthropogenic affects at the nitrogen cycle in either the tropical and temperate areas of the Americas.

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A Plague of Rats and Rubbervines by Yvonne Baskin

By Yvonne Baskin

The human love of novelty and wish to make one position seem like one other, coupled with gigantic raises in worldwide exchange and shipping, are making a turning out to be fiscal and ecological possibility. an analogous forces which are speedily "McDonaldizing" the world's assorted cultures also are using us towards an period of monotonous, weedy, and uniformly impoverished landscapes. exact plant and animal groups are slowly succumbing to the world's "rats and rubbervines" - animals like zebra mussels and feral pigs, and crops like kudzu and water hyacinth - that, as soon as moved into new territory, can disrupt human company and wellbeing and fitness in addition to local habitats and biodiversity.From songbird-eating snakes in Guam to cheatgrass within the nice Plains, "invasives" are wreaking havoc world wide. In an epidemic of Rats and Rubbervines, extensively released technological know-how author Yvonne Baskin attracts on huge examine to supply a fascinating and authoritative assessment of the matter of damaging invasive alien species. She takes the reader on a world travel of grasslands, gardens, waterways, and forests, describing the concerns attributable to unique organisms that run amok in new settings and interpreting how trade and go back and forth on an more and more attached planet are exacerbating this oldest of human-created difficulties. She bargains examples of capability recommendations and profiles committed contributors all over the world who're operating tirelessly to guard the locations and creatures they love.While our awareness is speedy to target practical makes an attempt to disrupt our lives and economies through liberating damaging organic brokers, we regularly forget about both critical yet even more insidious threats, those who we inadvertently reason by way of our personal doubtless risk free activities. an endemic of Rats and Rubbervines takes a compelling examine this underappreciated challenge and units forth confident feedback for what we as shoppers, gardeners, tourists, nurserymen, fishermen, puppy proprietors, company humans - certainly we all who by means of our very neighborhood offerings force worldwide trade - can do to assist.

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Managing Resistance to Agrochemicals. From Fundamental by Maurice B. Green, William K. Moberg, Homer M. LeBaron

By Maurice B. Green, William K. Moberg, Homer M. LeBaron

content material: realizing and battling agrochemical resistance --
evaluation of insecticide resistance --
Resistance mechanisms to carbamate and organophosphate pesticides --
Biochemical and genetic mechanisms of insecticide resistance --
Characterization and exploitation of instability of spider mite resistance to acaricides --
Laboratory evaluate and empirical modeling of resistance-countering recommendations --
focusing on insecticide-resistant markets --
ideas for handling resistance to pesticides in Heliothis pests of cotton --
Pyrethroid resistance in Heliothis spp. --
administration of pesticide resistance in arthropod pests --
Antiresistance thoughts --
Sterol biosynthesis inhibitors --
Resistance to sterol biosynthesis-inhibiting fungicides --
Biochemical foundation of resistance to phenylamide fungicides --
Mechanism of motion of N-phenylcarbamates in benzimidazole-resistant Neurospora traces --
Binding of mobile protein from Venturia nashicola isolates to carbendazim --
Edifenphos resistance in Pyricularia oryzae and Drechslera oryzae --
administration of fungicide resistance through the use of machine simulation --
inhabitants biology and administration of fungicide resistance --
effect of fungicide resistance on citrus fruit decay keep an eye on --
Predicting the evolution of fungicide resistance --
Fungicide resistance motion committee --
Herbicide resistance in weeds and vegetation --
destiny of herbicide resistance genes in weeds --
Structural and biochemical characterization of dinitroaniline-resistant Eleusine --
Herbicide resistance in Alopecurus myosuroides --
Herbicide cross-resistance in annual ryegrass (Lolium rigidum Gaud) --
Peroxidizing herbicides --
health and ecological adaptability of herbicide-resistant biotypes --
Herbicide rotations and combinations --
Herbicide-resistant crops wearing mutated acetolactate synthase genes --
Genetic amendment of crop responses to imidazolinone herbicides.

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Deep Ecology for the Twenty-First Century by George Sessions

By George Sessions

Each day, in newspapers and on tv, we learn and listen to concerning the ongoing destruction of our surroundings: the greenhouse impact, ozone layer depletion, deforestation, and air and water toxins. Deep Ecology deals an answer to the environmental situation via a thorough shift in human consciousness—a primary switch within the method humans relate with the surroundings. rather than considering nature as a source for use for human wishes, Deep Ecology argues that the genuine worth of nature is intrinsic and self sufficient of its application. rising within the Eighties as an influential philosophical, social, and political circulation, Deep Ecology has formed the environmental debate between top activists and policymakers—from former Vice-President Al Gore to Dave Forman, cofounder of Earth First! Deep Ecology for the Twenty-First Century includes thirty-nine articles through the top writers and thinkers within the filed, delivering a entire array of views in this new method of environmentalism, exploring:    •  the fundamental philosophy of Deep Ecology.    •  Its roots within the writings of Henry David Thoreau, John Muir and Rachel Carson.    •  the connection of Deep Ecology to social ecology, ecofeminism, the vegetables, and New Age futurism.    •  How Deep Ecology as a life-style is exemplified through very important environmentalists: poet Gary Snyder and Norwegian thinker Arne Naess.    •  The philosophical dimensions of this environmental move by way of its prime theorist.    •  The politics of ecological sustainability and the social and political implications of Deep Ecology for the following century.

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Alienation and Environmental Philosophy by Simon Hailwood

By Simon Hailwood

Many environmental scientists, students and activists characterise our state of affairs as one in every of alienation from nature, yet this thought can simply look meaningless or irrational. during this e-book, Simon Hailwood seriously analyses the assumption of alienation from nature and argues that it may be an invaluable inspiration whilst understood pluralistically. He distinguishes diversified senses of alienation from nature touching on diverse environmental contexts and issues, and attracts upon various philosophical and environmental rules and subject matters together with pragmatism, eco-phenomenology, weather switch, ecological justice, Marxism and important thought. His novel viewpoint indicates that diverse environmental matters - either anthropocentric either anthropocentric and nonanthropocentric - can dovetail, instead of compete with, one another, and that our alienation from nature needn't be anything to be regretted or triumph over. His ebook will curiosity a extensive readership in environmental philosophy and ethics, political philosophy, geography and environmental stories.

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Tsunamis: Causes, Characteristics, Warnings and Protection by Neil Veitch

By Neil Veitch

A tsunami is a sequence of water waves that's triggered while a wide quantity of a physique of water, reminiscent of an ocean, is swiftly displaced. Earthquakes, volcanic eruptions and different underwater explosions, landslides, bolide affects, and different disturbances above or lower than water all have the aptitude to generate a tsunami. in addition, Tsunamis and typhoon surges have killed multiple million humans, and a few 3 billion humans dwell with a excessive probability of those mess ups which are turning into extra common and devastating world-wide. This booklet provides box survey effects on tsunami arrival instances, wave run-up heights, inundation distances and harm to homes on seashores as a result of tsunamis. the most accidents of survivors (i.e., aspiration and trauma) also are analysed. results of coastal forests on tsunami run-up heights are mentioned in addition. different chapters during this publication spotlight themes corresponding to tsunamis and toxic gases generated via asteroid effect within the Black Sea, tsunami simulation learn, coastal defense measures for tsunami catastrophe relief, case reports from the Sri Lanka tsunami, tsunami tracking and detection, and early caution structures.

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Biochemistry of Halogenated Organic Compounds by Kenneth L. Kirk

By Kenneth L. Kirk

Biochemistry of Halogenated natural Compounds has been written as a normal reference resource for researchers in different comparable parts, together with natural chemists, medicinal chemists, pharmacologists, toxicologists, and scientific researchers. the advance of halogenated compounds as medicinal brokers and pharmacological instruments and the attention-grabbing biochemi­ cal strategies which have been came upon and studied utilizing those analogues have generated super energetic components of analysis and a huge quantity of literature. hence, halogenated natural compounds pervade each point of biochemistry, a truth made obvious through the varied reports and monographs to be had on person topics-halogenated nucleosides, halogenated carbohydrates, etc. Given the volume of fabric already written on those subject matters, a few of which fabric is kind of present, it'd be requested no matter if a one-volume evaluate of those matters comes in handy, or attainable. Having now accomplished this paintings, i believe the reply to either questions is an emphatic sure. There are interesting tales to be comparable in each one region, and, the place acceptable, i've got tried to boost those themes . from a old standpoint. for instance, the invention of the anticancer job of fluorouracil, the unraveling of the different mechanisms of its motion, and the advance of a number of later generations of anticancer and antiviral brokers in keeping with the father or mother fluoro-, iodo-, bromo-, and trifluoromethylpyrimidines have been, and are, contributions of significant value to clinical science.

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