443 Works

Loving George Eliot: Her Life in Biofiction

Margaret Harris
Article from the George Eliot Review, digitized and hosted by the George Eliot Review Online.

Laughter versus Sympathy in Romola and Felix Holt

Louise Lee
Article from the George Eliot Review, digitized and hosted by the George Eliot Review Online.

'The generations of ants and beavers': Classical Economics and Animals in Mill on the Floss

Andrew Lallier
Article from the George Eliot Review, digitized and hosted by the George Eliot Review Online.

Expressive Things in Adam Bede

Barbara Hardy
Article from the George Eliot Review, digitized and hosted by the George Eliot Review Online.

Comic George Eliot

George Scott Christian
Article from the George Eliot Review, digitized and hosted by the George Eliot Review Online.

Imagining the Essence of Christianity: Religion, Heart, and Mind in George Eliot

Valentine Cunningham
Article from the George Eliot Review, digitized and hosted by the George Eliot Review Online.

'Good teaching': Adam Bede and Education

Dinah Birch
Article from the George Eliot Review, digitized and hosted by the George Eliot Review Online.

George Eliot and Music

Alice Lynes
Article from the George Eliot Review, digitized and hosted by the George Eliot Review Online.

Romola and Politics

Andrew Sanders
Article from the George Eliot Review, digitized and hosted by the George Eliot Review Online.

George Eliot's Heirs: The Lewes Line

Margaret Harris
Article from the George Eliot Review, digitized and hosted by the George Eliot Review Online.

The Exceptional Woman and her Audience: Armgart, Performace, and Authorship

Renata Kobetts Miller
Article from the George Eliot Review, digitized and hosted by the George Eliot Review Online.

Review: Still Crazy About George Eliot 200 Years Later

Jen Davis
Article from the George Eliot Review, digitized and hosted by the George Eliot Review Online.

Northrop Frye and the Genre of Middlemarch

Justin Keena
Article from the George Eliot Review, digitized and hosted by the George Eliot Review Online.

George Eliot, George Henry Lewes, and Dogs

Beryl Gray
Article from the George Eliot Review, digitized and hosted by the George Eliot Review Online.

The Widening Vision and Undying Hope in The Spanish Gypsy

Miyuki Amano
Article from the George Eliot Review, digitized and hosted by the George Eliot Review Online.

Global hybrid simulation of mode conversion at the dayside magnetopause

Feng Shi, Yu Lin & Xueyi Wang
Mode conversion at the magnetopause has been suggested to lead to the generation of kinetic Alfven waves (KAWs) and effective mass transport from the solar wind into the magnetosphere. To investigate the mode conversion process in the dynamic dayside system, a 3D global hybrid simulation associated with a quasiparallel shock under a radial interplanetary magnetic field (IMF) is carried out, in which the foreshock compressional pulses are selfconsistently generated by the interaction between the solar...

Investigation of the Interaction Between Magnetosheath Reconnection and Magnetopause Reconnection Driven by Oblique Interplanetary Tangential Discontinuity Using Three-Dimensional Global Hybrid Simulation

Zhifang Guo, Lin Yu & Wang Xueyi
Magnetosheath reconnection due to the interaction of an interplanetary directional discontinuity with the bow shock and Earth's magnetosphere under an initially northward interplanetary magnetic field (IMF) has been investigated in previous simulations (e.g., Guo et al., 2018, https://doi.org/10.1029/2018ja025679). Under an initially southward IMF, the magnetosheath reconnection could interact with reconnection at the magnetopause. In this study, using three-dimensional (3D) globalscale hybrid simulations, we present cases with incoming tangential discontinuities (TDs) in an initially southward IMF,...

Severe mammal declines coincide with proliferation of invasive Burmese pythons in Everglades National Park

Michael E. Dorcas, John D Wilson, Robert N. Reed, Ray W. Snow, Michael R. Rochford, Melissa A. Miller, Walter E. Meshaka, Paul T. Andreadis & Frank J. Mazzotti
Invasive species represent a significant threat to global biodiversity and a substantial economic burden. Burmese pythons, giant constricting snakes native to Asia, now are found throughout much of southern Florida, including all of Everglades National Park (ENP). Pythons have increased dramatically in both abundance and geographic range since 2000 and consume a wide variety of mammals and birds. Here we report severe apparent declines in mammal populations that coincide temporally and spatially with the proliferation...

Expansion of the Range of the Introduced Greenhouse Frog, Eleutherodactylus planirostris, in Coastal Alabama

Diane M. Alix, Craig Guyer & Christopher J. Anderson
Eleutherodactylus planirostris (Greenhouse Frog), originally from Cuba, the Bahamas, and the Florida Keys, has been introduced to mainland Florida and has spread across the southeastern US. We used automated recording devices to determine the distribution and activity patterns of Greenhouse Frogs at 15 headwater-slope wetlands in Baldwin County, AL, during 2011 and 2012. We detected this species at 5 widely distributed wetlands confirming that the Greenhouse Frog has spread since its initial introduction to Alabama.

Global-scale hybrid simulation of cusp precipitating ions associated with magnetopause reconnection under southward IMF

B Tan, Y Lin, J Perez & X Wang
With a 3-D global-scale hybrid simulation model, we investigate the energy spectra of cusp precipitating ions and issues associated with magnetopause reconnection under a southward IMF. Both the spatial and temporal energy spectra of cusp precipitating ions are computed by tracing trajectories of the transmitted magnetosheath ions. The spatial spectrum shows a dispersive feature consistent with satellite observations, with higher energy particles at lower latitudes and lower energy particles at higher latitudes. The simulation reveals...

Two-dimensional hybrid simulation of the dayside reconnection layer and associated ion transport

H Xie & Y Lin
The structure of the reconnection layer at the dayside magnetopause is studied by using a two-dimensional (2-D) hybrid code. The simulation domain is a rectangle in the at plane around an X line at the magnetopause. In our previous study the guide magnetic field B-y was assumed to be zero. In the present simulation the effects of a finite B-y on the reconnection layer are studied. In addition, the influence of shear flows on the...

Maskelynite formation via solid-state transformation: Evidence of infrared and X-ray anisotropy

Steven Jaret, William Woerner, Brian Phillips, Lars Ehm, Hanna Nekvasil, Shawn Wright & Timothy Glotch
We present the results of a combined study of shocked labradorite from the Lonar crater, India, using optical microscopy, micro-Raman spectroscopy, nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR) spectroscopy, high-energy X-ray total scattering experiments, and micro-Fourier transform infrared (micro-FTIR) spectroscopy. We show that maskelynite of shock class 2 is structurally more similar to fused glass than to crystalline plagioclase. However, there are slight but significant differencespreservation of original preimpact igneous zoning, anisotropy at infrared wavelengths, X-ray anisotropy, and...

Chattahoochee Coverlets: Handwoven coverlets and counterpanes from East Central Alabama

Pat Jackson Jemian
This book combines a history of handwoven coverlets and counterpanes in the East Central Alabama region with images of the designs and details of their origins.

Impact Gardening as a Constraint on the Age, Source, and Evolution of Ice on Mercury and the Moon

Emily S. Costello, Rebecca R. Ghent, Masatoshi Hirabayashi & Paul G. Lucey
We update an analytic impact gardening model (Costello et al., 2018, https://doi.org/10.1016/j.icarus.2018.05.023) to calculate the depth gardened by impactors on the Moon and Mercury and assess the implications of our results for the age, extent, and source of water ice deposits on both planetary bodies. We show that if the water presently on the Moon has a primordial origin, it may have been 4-15 m thick. If ice deposits are buried, they may be as...

Global-scale simulation of foreshock structures at the quasi-parallel bow shock

Yu Lin
A two-dimensional, global-scale hybrid simulation is carried out to study the kinetic structure of the quasi-parallel bow shock. In the simulation the bow shock forms by the interaction of the supersonic solar wind and the geomagnetic field. Strong temporal electromagnetic waves occur in the shock transition and foreshock regions due to backstreaming and reflected ions at the bow shock. This self-consistent, global-scale simulation shows the formation of diamagnetic cavities in the foreshock regions of the...

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