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Computation of More Channels in Protein Molecules

Petr Beneš, Petr Medek & Jiri Sochor
Eurographics Workshop on Visual Computing for Biomedicine

Microfacies and isotope analyses of the varved Piànico lake sediment profile for high-resolution reconstruction of interglacial climate dynamics

Mangili Clara
Understanding the climate system and the natural processes that lead to its changes is fundamental when trying to evaluate and assess the human influence on climate variability. Human activities characterised most of the Holocene time period, so that palaeoclimate sequences of the last 8,000 years recorded both climate change and human impact. In order to study natural climate variability, we have to investigate past interglacial climate records, when human impact was none.Amongst many palaeoclimate archives,...

Time-varying Image Data Visualization Framework for Application in Cardiac Catheterization Procedures

Ying Liang Ma, Kawal S. Rhode, Andy P. King, Gang Gao, Phani Chinchapatnam, Tobias Schaeffter, Reza Razavi & Kurt Saetzler
Theory and Practice of Computer Graphics

Sketching Faces

Orn Gunnarsson & Steve Maddock
Eurographics Workshop on Sketch-Based Interfaces and Modeling

IMPROVE: the experience from a FP6 EU project

Martin Witzel, Giuseppe Conti & Raffaele De Amicis
Eurographics Italian Chapter Conference

Radiosonde M58_R134 during METEOR cruise M58 on 1981-10-13 07:58h

DWD
Data processing by Wolfgang Gloeden, Maritime Klimaüberwachung (KU24), Deutscher Wetterdienst, http://www.dwd.de

Statistical Point Geometry

Aravind Kalaiah & Amitabh Varshney
Eurographics Symposium on Geometry Processing

Distribution of planktonic foraminifera in Quaternary sediments east of New Zealand

Philip PE Weaver, Lionel Carter & Helen L Neil
A series of cores from east of New Zealand have been examined to determine the paleoceanographic history of the late Quaternary in the SW Pacific using planktonic foraminiferal data. Distinct shifts of species can be seen between glacial and interglacial times especially south of Chatham Rise east of South Island. Foraminiferal fragmentation ratios and benthic/planktonic foraminiferal ratios both show increased dissolution during glacials, especially isotope stage 2 to the south of Chatham Rise. The present-day...

Pose-Space Animation and Transfer of Facial Details

Bernd Bickel, Manuel Lang, Mario Botsch, Miguel A. Otaduy & Markus Gross
Eurographics/SIGGRAPH Symposium on Computer Animation

New Approaches to Efficient Rendering of Complex Reconstructed Environments

S. Havemann, D.W. Fellner, A. M. Day & D. B. Arnold
The 4th International Symposium on Virtual Reality, Archaeology and Intelligent Cultural Heritage

Radiosonde M69_R107 during METEOR cruise M69 on 1984-09-18 10:15h

DWD
Data processing by Wolfgang Gloeden, Maritime Klimaüberwachung (KU24), Deutscher Wetterdienst, http://www.dwd.de

On Estimating the Effectiveness of Temporal and Spatial Coherence in Parallel Ray Tracing

Biagio Cosenza, Gennaro Cordasco, Rosario De Chiara, Ugo Erra & Vittorio Scarano
Eurographics Italian Chapter Conference

(Table 1) Elemental and isotopic composition and calculated paleotemperatures of belemnites from ODP Hole 71-511

Gregory D Price & Darren R Gröcke
Including belemnites originally published by Price and Sellwood (1997), data set: doi:10.1594/PANGAEA.704987

Strontium-isotope stratigraphy and oxygen- and carbon-isotope record of Middle Jurassic to Early Cretaceous belemnites in the South Atlantic, supplement to: Price, Gregory D; Gröcke, Darren R (2002): Strontium-isotope stratigraphy and oxygen- and carbon-isotope variation during the Middle Jurassic-Early Cretaceous of the Falkland Plateau, South Atlantic. Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology, 183(3-4), 209-222

Gregory D Price & Darren R Gröcke
87Sr/86Sr data of belemnites are presented from a Middle Jurassic-Early Cretaceous succession from the Falkland Plateau (Deep Sea Drilling Project Sites 511 and 330) that was deposited in a periodically anoxic, semi-enclosed shallow water basin. Diagenetically screened strontium-isotope values of 0.706789 rise to 0.707044 before increasing sharply to 0.707428 in the uppermost part of the sampled succession. Comparison with published strontium calibration curves suggests that the oldest samples were Callovian to Oxfordian in age, whilst...

Age determination of ODP Site 133-820 (Table 4), supplement to: Moss, Patrick T; Kershaw, A Peter (2000): The last glacial cycle from the humid tropics of northeastern Australia: comparison of a terrestrial and a marine record. Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology, 155(1-2), 155-176

Patrick T Moss & A Peter Kershaw
A detailed pollen record from the Ocean Drilling Program Site 820 core, located on the upper part of the continental slope off the coast of northeast Queensland, was constructed to compare with the existing pollen record from Lynch's Crater on the adjacent Atherton Tableland and allow the production of a regional picture of vegetation and environmental change through the last glacial cycle. Some broad similarities in patterns of vegetation change are revealed, despite the differences...

Age determination of Lynch´s Crater, Australia, supplement to: Kershaw, A Peter (1976): A Late Pleistocene and Holocene pollen diagram from Lynch´s Crater, north-eastern Queensland, Australia. New Phytologist, 77(2), 469-498

A Peter Kershaw
The pollen diagram from Lynch's Crater extends the climatic and vegetation record for the Atherton Tableland back to about 60,000 years B.P. Subtropical rain forest, with abundant Araucaria, was present around the site from before 60,000 B.P. to about 38,000 B.P. and existed under about half the present-day annual rainfall. This was replaced by sclerophyll vegetation between 38,000 and 27,000 B.P. as a result of a decrease in precipitation, a decrease in temperature or the...

Paleotemperature reconstructions from high Late Jurassic paleolatitudes, supplement to: Price, Gregory D; Sellwood, B W (1997): "Warm" palaeotemperatures from high Late Jurassic palaeolatitudes (Falkland Plateau): Ecological, environmental or diagenetic controls? Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology, 129(3-4), 315-327

Gregory D Price & B W Sellwood
Oxygen and carbon isotopes have been determined from Late Jurassic (Oxfordian-Tithonian) belemnites and inoceramid bivalves from two Deep Sea Drilling Project (DSDP) sites located on the Falkland Plateau. Mean belemnite delta18O values, derived from well preserved skeletal material, were -1.29‰ from DSDP site 330 and -1.45‰ from DSDP site 511. Assuming a seawater SMOW value of -1.0‰, mean palaeotemperatures calculated from the oxygen isotopic composition are 17.2°C and 17.9°C, respectively. The inoceramid bivalves yielded much...

Stable oxygen and carbon isotope ratios for Early to Middle Cretaceous benthic and planktonic foraminifera of DSDP Hole 62-463 from the Mid Pacific Mountains (Table 1), supplement to: Price, Gregory D; Hart, Malcom B (2002): Isotopic evidence for Early to mid-Cretaceous ocean temperature variability. Marine Micropaleontology, 46(1-2), 45-58

Gregory D Price & Malcom B Hart
Stable isotopic measurements have been made on planktonic and benthic foraminifera of Early to mid-Cretaceous (Early Albian-Cenomanian) age from DSDP site 463 located in the Pacific Ocean. The degree of alteration of the foraminifera has been assessed through the application of scanning electron microscopy. The oxygen isotope data support the view that during the Cenomanian 'globigerine' foraminifera, such as the genus Hedbergella, inhabited near-surface waters, whilst the flattened, keeled, morphotypes lived deeper within the water...

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