This Antiphonary for the feast days of saints (Proprium de sanctis, Andreas through Dominikus), with the Signature M II, was written by the same hand as the Antiphonary containing the winter portion of the Proprium de Tempore (Wil, Dominikanerinnenkloster St. Katharina, M II). Like M II, this manuscript with musical notation and book decoration was also written about the end of the 15th century, probably at the Dominican convent in St. Gall.
This codex contains a rare illuminated manuscript constituted entirely by illuminated pages, for each of which only a succinct caption is given, most often only a line of text, and which therefore provides exceptional historical image-sources for numerous domains. The pictures presented here of military technology were perhaps originally part of a medieval house book. A typical collector’s item, this illuminated manuscript underscores the collection character of the Rheinau conventual library, whose librarians and abbots...
Schaffhausen, Staatsarchiv, Allerheiligen F 2 : Book of Founders of the monastery of Allerheiligen at Schaffhausen
This codex, assembled in 1467, is the central portion of a miscellany including the Lucidarius (Zürich, Zentralbibliothek C 215) and the Schaffhauser Weltgerichtsspiel (Zürich, Zentralbibliothek C 216). The Book of Founders, written by Johannes Trechsel, contains legendary tales of the lives and works of the 12th century Counts of Nellenburg who founded the monastery of Allerheiligen. It also contains stories about the successful reform of the cloister.
This fragment of the Collectio canonum Dionysio-Hadriana, a double leaf from the end of the 9th century, served as a binding for the urbarium of the church at Barzheim (Canton of Schaffhausen) from 1636.
(Table 2) Chemical composition of airborne material from yellow snow fallen in the Russian North on March 25-26, 2008Vladimir P Shevchenko, V B Korobov, Alexander P Lisitzin, A S Aleshinskaya, Olga Yu Bogdanova, V B Goryunova, I V Grishchenko, O M Dara & N N Zavernina
These data have been additionally sent by Dr. Vladimir Shevchenko.
(Table 1) Mean grain sizes and standard deviations of gas hydrate samples, supplement to: Klapp, Stephan A; Hemes, H; Klein, Helmut; Bohrmann, Gerhard; MacDonald, Ian R; Kuhs, Werner F (2010): Grain size measurements of natural gas hydrates. Marine Geology, 274(1-4), 85-94Stephan A Klapp, H Hemes, Helmut Klein, Gerhard Bohrmann, Ian R MacDonald & Werner F Kuhs
Methane hydrates are present in marine seep systems and occur within the gas hydrate stability zone. Very little is known about their crystallite sizes and size distributions because they are notoriously difficult to measure. Crystal size distributions are usually considered as one of the key petrophysical parameters because they influence mechanical properties and possible compositional changes, which may occur with changing environmental conditions. Variations in grain size are relevant for gas substitution in natural hydrates...
Magnetic susceptibility of deep-sea cores from the Scotia Sea, supplement to: Weber, Michael E; Kuhn, Gerhard; Sprenk, Daniela; Rolf, Christian; Ohlwein, Christian; Ricken, Werner (2012): Dust transport from Patagonia to Antarctica - a new stratigraphic approach from the Scotia Sea and its implications for the last glacial cycle. Quaternary Science Reviews, 36, 177-188Michael E Weber, Gerhard Kuhn, Daniela Sprenk, Christian Rolf, Christian Ohlwein & Werner Ricken
We studied two deep-sea cores from the Scotia Sea to reconstruct past atmospheric circulation in the southern hemisphere and to resolve a long-standing debate on the interpretation of magnetic susceptibility (MS) records in Southern Ocean (SO) sediment. High-sedimentation sites MD07-3134 (0.2 - 1.2 m/kyr) and MD07-3133 (0.3 - 2 m/kyr) cover the last 92.5 kyr and 36 kyr, respectively. Both exhibit a one-to-one coupling of the MS and Ca2+ signal to the non-sea salt (nss)...
(App. Table II-3) Wind parameters and volumes of air filtered through Whatman-41 filters in the Kara Sea in September 1993Vladimir P Shevchenko
Filter square was 175 sq.cm.
Sediment depth is given in rmcd.
(Table S2) Stable oxygen isotope record and Mg/Ca ratios of Globigerinoides sacculifer from ODP Site 138-847Michael W Wara, Ana Christina Ravelo & Margaret Lois Delaney
Sediment depth is given in mcd.
Sediment depth is given in mcd.
Stable oxygen isotope record and Mg/Ca ratios of the Pliocene warm period, supplement to: Wara, Michael W; Ravelo, Ana Christina; Delaney, Margaret Lois (2005): Permanent El Niño-like conditions during the Pliocene warm period. Science, 309(5735), 758-761Michael W Wara, Ana Christina Ravelo & Margaret Lois Delaney
During the warm early Pliocene (~4.5 to 3.0 million years ago), the most recent interval with a climate warmer than today, the eastern Pacific thermocline was deep and the average west-to-east sea surface temperature difference across the equatorial Pacific was only 1.5 ± 0.9°C, much like it is during a modern El Niño event. Thus, the modern strong sea surface temperature gradient across the equatorial Pacific is not a stable and permanent feature. Sustained El...
Textured Surface Hydrogenated Gallium-Doped ZnO-TCOs for Si-based Thin Film Solar Cells Grown via Magnetron Sputtering at Room TemperatureX.-L. Chen, F. Wang, X.-H. Geng, Q. Huang, D.-K. Zhang, C.-C. Wei, X.-D. Zhang & Y. Zhao
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In-Line Processing of Hot Wire CVD a-Si:H Solar Cells Using Different ZnO:Al Morphologies as Front ContactV. Sittinger, A. Laukart, T. Harig, M. Höfer, W. Dewald, C. Britze, L. Schäfer, B. Szyszka & G. Bräuer
26th European Photovoltaic Solar Energy Conference and Exhibition; 2671-2675
Improvement of TCO Properties Through Adding Functional Layers and Surface Treatments in Silicon Thin Film Solar CellsC.-K. Park, D.-H. Kim, W.-M. Park, J.-Y. Jeong, Y.-H. Lee, S.-K. Park & H.-D. Kang
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Simulation of Plasma Enhanced Chemical Vapor Deposition of Microcrystalline Silicon Thin Films in an Industrially Relevant Bench ChamberE. Amanatides, D. Mataras & A. Salabas
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Towards Better Understanding of Long-Term Stability in Thin Film Microcrystalline Silicon Solar CellsS. Hänni, C. Battaglia, M. Boccard, G. Bugnon, P. Cuony, M. Despeisse, L. Ding, S. Nicolay, F. Sculati-Meillaud & C. Ballif
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The Effect of Nitrogen Contamination in Hydrogen on Silicon Thin Films Deposited by PECVD and Its Impact on Solar Cell PerformanceA. Madec, H. Chevrel & H.-M. Chen
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Effect of MgO Anti-Reflection (AR) Layer at Glass/ZnO:Al Interface on Characteristics of Microcrystalline Silicon Solar CellsD.-W. Kang, J.-S. Woo, S. Lee, H.-M. Lee & M.-K. Han
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French National Centre for Scientific Research38
University of British Columbia20
The University of Texas at Austin16
Centre for Ecology & Hydrology13
UK Centre for Ecology & Hydrology13
University of Montpellier10
University of Sheffield10
University of Cambridge9