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Titulos:
Physics Today. Physics Today.Physics Today.
Lugar de Edición:
NY :
Editor:
American Institute of Physics,
Fecha de Edición:
2000.
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##^bStephen G. Benka.
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Cover: In the Cosquer Cave, whose entrance is now beneath the Mediterranean Sea near Marseille, France, prehistoric humans living more than 20 000 years ago depicted animals typical of a much colder climate. This scene shows a fight between two male great auks (Pinguinus impennis, now extinct), with a female auk (partly destroyed) below them. The bird could be found during the 19th century in Iceland, Greenland, and the Gulf of Saint Lawrence. To learn about sudden, extreme climate changes, see the article by Edouard Bard that begins on page 32. (Photo courtesy of Ministère de la Culture, France.). ARTICLES Climate Shock: Abrupt Changes over Millennial Time Scales How will Earth's climate respond to ongoing changes in greenhouse gases and ocean circulation? Answers about the future might be found in the past. Edouard Bard pp. 32-38 Intergalactic Magnetic Fields Magnetic fields that spread far beyond the galaxies that created them represent a significant, and only recently revealed, component of the cosmic energy budget. Philipp P. Kronberg pp. 40-41 Diederik Korteweg, Pioneer of Criticality Korteweg's late 19th century studies of van der Waals mixtures anticipated important work to be done in the 20th century, and the types of questions he tackled continue to be of interest. Johanna Levelt Sengers and Antonius H. M. Levelt pp. 47-53 PHYSICS UPDATE Physics Update Philip F. Schewe and Stephen G. Benka p. 9
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Donación APS
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Physics
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0#^aCover: In the Cosquer Cave, whose entrance is now beneath the Mediterranean Sea near Marseille, France, prehistoric humans living more than 20 000 years ago depicted animals typical of a much colder climate. This scene shows a fight between two male great auks (Pinguinus impennis, now extinct), with a female auk (partly destroyed) below them. The bird could be found during the 19th century in Iceland, Greenland, and the Gulf of Saint Lawrence. To learn about sudden, extreme climate changes, see the article by Edouard Bard that begins on page 32. (Photo courtesy of Ministère de la Culture, France.). ARTICLES Climate Shock: Abrupt Changes over Millennial Time Scales How will Earth's climate respond to ongoing changes in greenhouse gases and ocean circulation? Answers about the future might be found in the past. Edouard Bard pp. 32-38 Intergalactic Magnetic Fields Magnetic fields that spread far beyond the galaxies that created them represent a significant, and only recently revealed, component of the cosmic energy budget. Philipp P. Kronberg pp. 40-41 Diederik Korteweg, Pioneer of Criticality Korteweg's late 19th century studies of van der Waals mixtures anticipated important work to be done in the 20th century, and the types of questions he tackled continue to be of interest. Johanna Levelt Sengers and Antonius H. M. Levelt pp. 47-53 PHYSICS UPDATE Physics Update Philip F. Schewe and Stephen G. Benka p. 9
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##^aUniversidad Nacional de San Luis - Sistema de Bibliotecas
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Universidad Nacional de San Luis
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