Spanish Medieval Ceramics in Spain and the British Isles is an on-line, searchable bibliography covering historical and social background, important recent work in Spain on pottery, and Iberian pottery found in the British Isles, including material in museum collections, scientific analyses and information on tiles.
(Table 1) Age determination of Cape Shpindler, Yugorski Peninsula, northwest Russia, supplement to: Manley, William F; Lokrantz, Hanna; Gataullin, Valery; Ingólfsson, Ólafur; Forman, Steven L; Andersson, Torbjörn (2001): Late Quaternary stratigraphy, radiocarbon chronology, and glacial history at Cape Shpindler, southern Kara Sea, Arctic Russia. Global and Planetary Change, 31(1-4), 239-254William F Manley, Hanna Lokrantz, Valery Gataullin, Ólafur Ingólfsson, Steven L Forman & Torbjörn Andersson
Depositional environments, stratigraphic relations, and 35 new AMS 14C dates at Cape Shpindler, Yugorski Peninsula, help constrain the late Pleistocene glacial and environmental history of the southern Kara Sea region. Fifteen- to fifty-meter-high coastal exposures reveal a complex package of shallow marine, fluvial, glacial, and postglacial deposits, and are documented here in a 19-km-long cross-section and eight vertical sections. The shallow marine (Unit A), estuarine or prodeltaic (Unit B), and fluvio-deltaic (Unit C) deposits contain...
Abundances of siliceous sponge spicules in ODP Site 120-748 (Table 1), supplement to: Ahlbach, W John; McCartney, Kevin (1992): Siliceous sponge spicules from Site 748. In: Wise, SW; Schlich, R; et al. (eds.), Proceedings of the Ocean Drilling Program, Scientific Results, College Station, TX (Ocean Drilling Program), 120, 833-837W John Ahlbach & Kevin McCartney
Siliceous sponge spicules are present and often diverse in sediments drilled by Ocean Drilling Program Leg 120. The sponge spicule assemblages are tabulated for Holes 748A and 748B. Neogene assemblages consist mostly of monaxons, whereas chelae, amphidiscs, discorhabds, polyaxons, and other spicule morphologies are often abundant in middle Eocene to upper Oligocene sediments.
Between 1983 and 1989 a joint team from the British School at Athens and the Universities of Amsterdam and Nottingham carried out an intensive survey of a 70 sq. km. area of Laconia across the Eurotas river to the east of the ancient site of Sparta. In the course of the survey new and previously-known inscriptions were recorded. This archive, along with the project website, is intended to serve as a complement to G. Shipley's...
Searching for traces of the Southern Dispersal: environmental and historical research on the evolution of human diversity in southern Asia and Australo-MelanesiaJulie Field, Marta Mirazon Lahr, Mike Petraglia & Stephen Stokes
This research sought to explore the pattern of population movement (direction, rate, permanency) along a hypothesised route from Africa to Australasia during Oxygen Isotope Stage 4. Using GIS-based analyses and hypothetical models of population movement, potential routes out of East Africa were generated and examined. The goal of these analyses was to assess the viability of particular routes, and consider them in terms of ecological and geographical constraints. As a result, several routes through Africa,...
The Upper Tisza Project is an interdisciplinary Anglo-Hungarian landscape archaeology project, based in the University of Durham/Dept. of Archaeology and E??tv??s Lor??nd University/Institute of Archaeological Science, Budapest. The project focuses on three principle aims: (i) the definition and explanation of changes in the palaeo-environment, together with changes in regional economic potential, over the last 10,000 years; (ii) the definition of long-term changes in arenas of social power which are related to the exploitation of local...
Project: Convective and Orographically-induced Precipitation Study - Weather forecast models have not been successful in improving the Quantitative Precipitation Forecast during the last 16 years. One reason for this stagnation is the lack of comprehensive, high-quality data sets usable for model validation as well as for data assimilation, thus leading to improved initial fields in numerical models. Theoretical analyses have identified the requirements measured data have to meet in order to close the gaps in...
File format description see: Data Acquisition of ATLAS PARASTORE, Atlas Hydrographic (2007), Operator Manual ATLAS PARASTORE, Doc. Id.: ED 6006 G 212:/Version: 4.0/Edition: 05/2007, hdl:10013/epic.35589.d001.
Height of tropopause 9173 m, precipitable water content 1.9039 cm
Height of tropopause 9836 m, precipitable water content 0.9455 cm
Height of tropopause 9170 m, precipitable water content 1.4163 cm
Height of tropopause 9599 m, precipitable water content 1.3718 cm
Height of tropopause 10424 m, precipitable water content 2.5327 cm
Height of tropopause 10324 m, precipitable water content 1.4757 cm
Height of tropopause 9895 m, precipitable water content 1.2807 cm
Height of tropopause 9477 m, precipitable water content 1.2980 cm
Height of tropopause 10036 m, precipitable water content 1.4781 cm
Height of tropopause 10590 m, precipitable water content 1.2339 cm
French National Centre for Scientific Research36
University of British Columbia28
University of California, Davis22
University of Cambridge19
University of Lausanne19
University of Exeter19
University of California, Berkeley18
University of Edinburgh18