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 six sections: Hydrological Science (HS), Planetary Science (PS), Solar Terrestrial (ST), Solid Earth (SE), Ocean Science (OS) and Atmospheric Science (AS). The main purpose is to highlight the scientific issues essential to the study of earthquakes, tsunamis, atmospheric dust storms, climate change, drought, flood, typhoons, monsoons, space weather, and planetary exploration. This volume is abstracted in NASA's Astrophysics Data System: http: //ads.harvard.edu. Contents: A New Perspective on the Relationship Between Substorms and Magnetic Storms (B T Tsurutani a W D Gonzalez); Comparative Measurements of Cosmic Radiation Monitors for Aircrew Exposure Assessment (I L Getley et al.); Modeling of Aircrew Radiation Exposure from Galactic Cosmic Rays and Solar Particle Events (M Takada et al.); and other papers. Readership: Academics, researchers and postgraduate students in geosciencesThe schematic system used is shown in Fig. 1. ... by standard copper electron microscope grids for the analysis of the structures of the nanoparticles using a transmission electron microscope (TEM) operated at 100kV (Hitachi H-7100R).
|Title||:||Advances in Geosciences|
|Publisher||:||World Scientific - 2007-01-01|