Areas of Activity#

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  • ab Initio Molecular Dynamics Go to
  • Accretion of the Earth and effects of core segregation on mantle composition Go to
  • Acidification Go to
  • Active tectonics Go to
  • Adaptation and mitigation strategies in the Anthropocene, integrated disaster risk management Go to
  • Adapting new mathematical tools to magnetic and gravity data analysis Go to
  • Adjoint equations and conservations laws Go to
  • Adsorption/desorption studies Go to
  • Aeration of soil environment Go to
  • Aerosol-climate interactions and their global climatic effects Go to
  • Aerosol-cloud-climate interactions Go to
  • Aerosols and aerosol electrification Go to
  • Aerosols Go to
  • African and Asian monsoons Go to
  • Age and origin of mantle heterogeneities Go to
  • AGROPHYSICS Go to
  • Air pollution Go to
  • Air pollution Go to
  • Air-sea exchange Go to
  • Algorithm and code development Go to
  • Alpine meteorology and climatology Go to
  • Alps Go to
  • Ambi-polar diffusion Go to
  • Analogue modelling Go to
  • Analyses of feedbacks between the carbon cycle and climate change Go to
  • Analysis of biomedical signals Go to
  • Analysis of composition of lunar and meteoritic samples Go to
  • Analytical geochemistry Go to
  • Antarctica Go to
  • Antarctic circumpolar current Go to
  • Antarctic ice sheet history Go to
  • A possible glacially-forced tectonic mechanism for late Neogene surface uplift and subsidence around the North Atlantic Go to
  • Application of mass spectrometry Go to
  • Application of metal stable isotopes in the Earth-, Plant Nutrition, and Biomedical Sciences Go to
  • Applications of graph theory and combinatorial topology to crystallography and the solid state Go to
  • Applications of synchrotron radiation methods Go to
  • Applied geology Go to
  • Applied geophysics (potential field interpretation) Go to
  • APPLIED HISTORICAL ASTRONOMY Go to
  • Applied historical astronomy Go to
  • Applied mathematics Go to
  • Applied mathematics Go to
  • Aqueous speciation and geochemistry Go to
  • Aquifer-coastal ocean interactions Go to
  • Archaeology Go to
  • Arctic environments Go to
  • Arctic Go to
  • Asia Go to
  • Asia Go to
  • Astrobiology Go to
  • Astrometry Go to
  • Astronomical instrumentation: integral field spectrographs Go to
  • Astronomical instrumentation: large telescopes Go to
  • Astronomical interferometers Go to
  • Astronomical theory of paleoclimates Go to
  • Astronomy and space science Go to
  • Astronomy & Astrophysics Go to
  • ASTRONOMY & ASTROPHYSICS Go to
  • ASTRONOMY, ASTROPHYSICS Go to
  • ASTRONOMY Go to
  • Astronomy Go to
  • Astronomy Go to
  • Astronomy Go to
  • Astronomy Go to
  • Astronomy Go to
  • Astronomy Go to
  • ASTRONOMY & SPACE RESEARCH Go to
  • Astronomy (star formation and young stars, multiwavelength observations and modelling) Go to
  • Astroparticle Physics Go to
  • Astroparticle physics Go to
  • Astroparticle physics Go to
  • ASTROPHYSICS AND COSMOLOGY Go to
  • ASTROPHYSICS, COSMOLOGY Go to
  • Astrophysics Go to
  • ASTROPHYSICS Go to
  • Astrophysics Go to
  • Astrophysics Go to
  • Astrophysics Go to
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  • Astrophysics Go to
  • Astrophysics Go to
  • Astrophysics Go to
  • Astrophysics: neutron stars Go to
  • Astrophysics: nucleosynthesis Go to
  • Astrophysics of star clusters: cluster variables; kinematic studies Go to
  • Astrophysics of the most luminous extragalactic radio sources. Go to
  • Astrophysics: stellar hydrodynamics Go to
  • Astrophysics: stellar physics Go to
  • Astrophysics: supernovae Go to
  • Atlantic circulation Go to
  • ATMOSPERIC PHYSICS Go to
  • Atmosphere-ocean interactions Go to
  • Atmosphere-ocean jets Go to
  • Atmosphere-ocean-planetary dynamics Go to
  • Atmospheres of the solar terrestrial planets Go to
  • Atmosphere – Terrestrial Biosphere Interaction Go to
  • Atmospheric aerosols Go to
  • Atmospheric chemistry and its role in biogeochemical cycles and climate Go to
  • Atmospheric chemistry and microphysics of aerosols Go to
  • ATMOSPHERIC CHEMISTRY Go to
  • Atmospheric chemistry Go to
  • Atmospheric chemistry Go to
  • Atmospheric chemistry Go to
  • Atmospheric chemistry Go to
  • ATMOSPHERIC CHEMISTRY & PHYSICS Go to
  • Atmospheric composition Go to
  • Atmospheric composition in the stratosphere and its link to human activities and climate change Go to
  • ATMOSPHERIC DYNAMICS Go to
  • Atmospheric electricity Go to
  • ATMOSPHERIC & ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCES Go to
  • Atmospheric long-range transport and aerosol dynamics modeling Go to
  • ATMOSPHERIC & OCEAN DYNAMICS Go to
  • ATMOSPHERIC & OCEANIC SCIENCES Go to
  • ATMOSPHERIC PHYSICS Go to
  • Atmospheric physics Go to
  • Atmospheric Physics Go to
  • Atmospheric physics Go to
  • Atmospheric physics Go to
  • Atmospheric physics Go to
  • ATMOSPHERIC & PLANETARY SCIENCES Go to
  • Atmospheric pollution Go to
  • ATMOSPHERIC SCIENCE Go to
  • ATMOSPHERIC SCIENCES Go to
  • Atmospheric sciences Go to
  • Atmospheric sciences, physics, chemistry, earth system science, biosphee-aerosol-cloud-climate interactions Go to
  • ATMOSPHERIC & SPACE SCIENCES Go to
  • Atomic, Molecular and Optical Physics Go to
  • Attractors of atmospheric models Go to
  • Auroral arcs Go to
  • Auroral electrodynamics Go to
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  • Backarc extension Go to
  • Basic heat flow studies in terms of crustal and lithospheric structure Go to
  • Basin analysis Go to
  • Behaviour of heavy metals, radionuclides and organic pollutants in the soil – groundwater-plant system Go to
  • Binary and millisecond radio pulsars Go to
  • Binary and stellar evolution Go to
  • Binary X-ray sources - observations at La Silla, Chile, ESO Go to
  • Bioaerosols Go to
  • Biodiversity and ecosystem functioning Go to
  • Bioeconomy Go to
  • Biofuels Go to
  • Biogenic nannofossil carbonate fluxes and Paleo-pCO2 reconstructions Go to
  • Biogeochemical cycling Go to
  • biogeochemical cycling Go to
  • Biogeochemistry Go to
  • Biogeochemistry Go to
  • BIOGEOCHEMISTRY Go to
  • Biogeochemistry Go to
  • Biogeochemistry, Mineralogy, extremophile Microbiology Go to
  • BIOGEOCHEMISTRY OF OCEANS & ATMOSPH Go to
  • Biogeochemistry of the global carbon cycle Go to
  • Biogeography Go to
  • Biogeosciences Go to
  • Biomarker proxy development and application Go to
  • Biosphere-atmosphere interactions Go to
  • Biosphere-geosphere interactions Go to
  • Biostratigraphy and Timescales Go to
  • Biostratigraphy Go to
  • Biotic controls on topography Go to
  • Black hole astrophysics Go to
  • Black holes Go to
  • Boundary layer meteorological processes Go to
  • Boundary layer meteorology Go to
  • Boundary layers Go to
  • Bowed-string dynamics Go to
  • Building Materials Go to
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  • Calcareous nannoplankton biomineralization Go to
  • Calibration and data analysis of Apollo ALSEP Suprathermal Ion Detector Experiment Go to
  • Carbon and carbonate cycling in coastal ecosystems Go to
  • Carbon cycle Go to
  • Carbon Cycle Go to
  • Carbon cycle research Go to
  • CARBON CYCLE SCIENCE Go to
  • Carbon dioxide sequestration Go to
  • Celestial Mechanics Go to
  • Changes in ocean meridional overturning circulation Go to
  • Changes in thermohaline circulation Go to
  • Chemical Abundances Go to
  • Chemical and biological oceanography Go to
  • chemical geodynamics Go to
  • Chemistry-climate relations Go to
  • CHEMISTRY OF ATMOSPHERE Go to
  • Chemistry of past atmosphere Go to
  • chronology of meteorites and the formation of the solar system Go to
  • Climate – air quality interactions Go to
  • Climate and Societies Go to
  • Climate-biosphere interactions Go to
  • Climate change adaptation and mitigation Go to
  • Climate change and fisheries Go to
  • Climate change and sustainability Go to
  • Climate change Go to
  • Climate change Go to
  • CLIMATE CHANGE Go to
  • Climate change Go to
  • Climate change Go to
  • Climate Change Go to
  • Climate change Go to
  • Climate change Go to
  • Climate change Go to
  • Climate change Go to
  • Climate change Go to
  • CLIMATE CHANGE IMPACTS AND RISKS Go to
  • Climate change impacts and risks Go to
  • Climate change impacts on water resources Go to
  • Climate change mitigation, carbon emission, and environmental management Go to
  • Climate change mitigation Go to
  • Climate change mitigation in cities Go to
  • CLIMATE CHANGE MITIGATION, SUSTAINABLE ENERGY Go to
  • Climate changes Go to
  • CLIMATE & CLIMATE CHANGE Go to
  • Climate-cryosphere linkages and their impacts on integrated water resources management Go to
  • Climate dynamics Go to
  • Climate dynamics Go to
  • Climate dynamics Go to
  • Climate Dynamics Go to
  • CLIMATE DYNAMICS Go to
  • CLIMATE & ENVIRONMENTAL PHYSICS Go to
  • CLIMATE GEOLOGY Go to
  • Climate Go to
  • Climate Go to
  • Climate Go to
  • Climate Go to
  • Climate Go to
  • Climate Go to
  • Climate history Go to
  • Climate modeling Go to
  • Climate modeling Go to
  • Climate modeling with the development of the IPSL global climate model Go to
  • Climate modelling Go to
  • CLIMATE MODELLING Go to
  • Climate modelling Go to
  • Climate projections for nuclear waste disposal site Go to
  • Climate projections Go to
  • Climate research Go to
  • Climate science Go to
  • Climate science Go to
  • CLIMATE SCIENCE Go to
  • Climate science Go to
  • Climate system modeling Go to
  • Climate, tectonic, and surface process interactions with topography Go to
  • Climate variability and change Go to
  • Climate variability Go to
  • CLIMATIC CHANGE Go to
  • Climatic impacts of large, tropical volcanic eruptions on Common Era societies Go to
  • CLIMATOLOGY Go to
  • Climatology Go to
  • Climatology Go to
  • Climatology Go to
  • Climatology Go to
  • Climatology Go to
  • Climatology Go to
  • climatology Go to
  • Climatology of the Middle Atmosphere Go to
  • Clouds and cloud physics Go to
  • Clouds Go to
  • Collisional Processes at plate margins Go to
  • Combination of geophysical, geodetic and atmospheric data for Earth System studies Go to
  • Cometary interactions Go to
  • Composition, architecture and evolution of the Earth by marine geophysical methods and geological data Go to
  • Computational astrophysics Go to
  • Computational Fluid Dynamics Go to
  • Computational Fluid Dynamics Go to
  • Computational geodynamics (numerical methods) Go to
  • Computational geophysics Go to
  • computational simulation Go to
  • Computation of evolutionary tracks of single and binary stars Go to
  • Condensed matter theory Go to
  • Conductivity-diffusion Go to
  • Connection of thermodynamic properties of minerals by bond topology and crystal-structure connectivity Go to
  • Constrained lava flows Go to
  • Contaminant transport and remediation of soil and groundwater Go to
  • Contamination processes Go to
  • Continental dynamics Go to
  • Continental mantle lithosphere Go to
  • Continental Margins Go to
    • Structure and evolution of passive continental margins
      • Levant continental margin
    • Tectonic processes at active continental margins
      • Pacific and Indian Oceans active margins
      • Calabrian, Hellenic and Cyprean Arcs, eastern Mediterranean
    • Sheared continental margins
      • Agulhas margin
  • Continental margins Go to
  • Continental Rifting Go to
  • Continental rift magmatism Go to
  • Continental strike-slip faults (Karakoram, Xianshui-he [Tibet], Red River [Vietnam, Yunnan], Dead Sea [Jordan, Syria], Sagaing [Myanmar] faults) Go to
  • Continental tectonics Go to
  • Continental Transforms Go to
    • Dead Sea fault.
    • San Andreas fault
    • Philippine fault
  • Control of chemical reactions in minerals by bond topology Go to
  • Coordinator of the Center for Disaster Management and Risk Reduction Technology (CEDIM) Go to
  • Core complexes, Aegean (Naxos, Ios), North Himalayan domes, Nanga Parbat etc. Go to
  • Core geochemistry Go to
  • core Go to
  • Coronal heating Go to
  • Cosmic distance scale Go to
  • Cosmic distances Go to
  • Cosmic high-energy opacity by photon-photon interaction Go to
  • Cosmic magnetism and the capabilities of the SKA in advancing these studies. Go to
  • Cosmic Microwave Background: data processing, scientific analyses, and related techniques Go to
  • Cosmic Ray Physics Go to
  • Cosmic ray physics Go to
  • Cosmic structure formation Go to
  • COSMOCHEMISTRY, GEOCHEMISTRY Go to
  • COSMOCHEMISTRY Go to
  • Cosmochemistry Go to
  • Cosmochemistry Go to
  • Cosmological probes of Dark Matter and Dark Energy Go to
  • Cosmological recombination of hydrogen and helium Go to
  • Cosmology: formation, evolution & characterization of large scale structures and cosmic microwave background anisotropies Go to
  • Cosmology Go to
  • Cosmology Go to
  • Cosmology Go to
  • Cosmology Go to
  • Cosmology: large scale motions of galaxies Go to
  • Cosmology: the distance scale Go to
  • CO2 sequestration Go to
  • Coupled ocean-atmosphere modeling Go to
  • Coupling ocean atmosphere and ice Go to
  • Crustal deformation, volcano geodesy, volcano gravimetry Go to
  • CRUSTAL DEFORMATION, VOLCANOLOGY Go to
  • Cryosphere including its interaction with the atmosphere and ocean Go to
  • Crystal chemistry of complex minerals (amphiboles, staurolite, tourmaline, sapphirine, kornerupine) Go to
  • Crystal chemistry of minerals and inorganic compounds Go to
  • Crystallization and vesiculation kinetics Go to
  • Crystallization of salt minerals in natural saline lakes and synthetic aqueous brines Go to
  • Crystallography, crystal structures of minerals and synthetic phases Go to
  • CRYSTALLOGRAPHY Go to
  • Crystallography Go to
  • Crystal structure analysis of minerals and inorganic materials of unknown structure Go to
  • Crystal structure prediction Go to
  • Cyclonic Storms Go to
  • Cyclostratigraphy Go to
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  • Dark energy Go to
  • Dark matter Go to
  • Dark matter Go to
  • Dark matter in the universe Go to
  • Data analysis in astronomy Go to
  • Data-assimilation Go to
  • Data assimilation Go to
  • Data-driven modeling (inverse problems, data assimilation) Go to
  • Data fusion Go to
  • Decadal-centennial scale climate variability Go to
  • Deciphering earth’s crustal structure and evolution Go to
  • Deep Continental Drilling Go to
  • Deep cosmological surveys Go to
  • Deep Earth geochemistry Go to
  • deep Ocean Hydrothermalism Go to
  • Deep sea drilling Go to
  • Deep Seismic Sounding and physical properties and composition of the lithosphere/asthenosphere Go to
  • Deep surveys of galaxies Go to
  • Deformation analysis Go to
  • Deformation processes in subduction zones and associated basins Go to
  • Dendroecology Go to
  • Denitrification and methanogenesiss in peatlands Go to
  • Description of temporal and spatial changes of the geomagnetic field Go to
  • Design and study of constructed wetlands for wastewater treatment Go to
  • Design of upper-atmosphere mass spectrometer Go to
  • Determination of Earth kinematics using satellite observables Go to
  • Determination of the global gravity field models using satellite and terrestrial data Go to
  • Developing capital market instruments for more sustainable use of resources Go to
  • Developing cosmogenic nuclide methods in Earth surface and paleo-climate research Go to
  • Development and evolution of ocean basins and continental margins Go to
  • Development of climate models Go to
  • Development of efficient numerical methods for continuum mechanics problems Go to
  • Development of global, continental and regional observing systems for long-lived biogeochemical trace gases Go to
  • Development of ground-based and airborne lidar instruments Go to
  • Development of methodologies for hazard and risk assessment for areas but also specific sites Go to
  • Development of methods for numerical simulation of planetary processes Go to
  • Development of new flight hardware to measure the composition of plasmas in the heliosphere Go to
  • Development of new theoretical concepts and models for interaction between the heliosphere and local interstellar medium Go to
  • Development of new theoretical concepts and models for interstellar neutral gas and dust behavior in the heliosphere Go to
  • Development of new theoretical concepts and models for the behavior of the solar atmosphere Go to
  • Development of new theoretical concepts for the acceleration and behavior of energetic particles in the heliosphere Go to
  • Development of quantitative proxy for ocean hydrology and dynamic Go to
  • Development of seismic early warning systems Go to
  • Development of the general planetary theory Go to
  • Development of the technique of lidar soundings of the atmosphere Go to
  • Develop, test and apply new state-of-the-art techniques for in situ and time resolved quantification of mineral-fluid-microbe interface reactions; Go to
  • Diagnostic and modelling of cloud processes Go to
  • Diffusion of trapped particles Go to
  • Discoverer of the large-scale structure of the Universe Go to
  • Discovery of dayside boundary layers Go to
  • Discrete mathematics and earth sciences data mining Go to
  • Double-diffusive phenomena Go to
  • Dust fluxes and ocean productivity Go to
  • Dynamical and complex systems theory Go to
  • Dynamical Astronomy Go to
  • Dynamical transport processes and barriers in the stratosphere Go to
  • DYNAMIC METEOROLOGY Go to
  • Dynamic metrology Go to
  • Dynamics and statistics of self-gravitating systems, cosmic strings Go to
  • Dynamics of Galaxies: spiral structure, barred density waves Go to
  • Dynamics of the coastal ocean Go to
  • Dynamics of the Earth`s crust Go to
  • Dynamics of the global circulation Go to
  • Dynamics of weather phenomena Go to
  • Dynamic topography Go to
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  • Early Earth Go to
  • Early solar system timescales using extinct radionuclides Go to
  • EARTH & ATMOSPHERIC SCIENCES Go to
  • EARTH & COSMIC SCIENCE Go to
  • EARTH & COSMIC SCIENCES Go to
  • EARTH & MARINE SCIENCES Go to
  • Earth Observation from Space Go to
  • Earth observation from space Go to
  • EARTH & PLANETARY SCIENCES Go to
  • Earthquake and eruption forecasting Go to
  • Earthquake Early Warning Go to
  • Earthquake Geology Go to
  • EARTHQUAKE GEOLOGY Go to
  • Earthquake Go to
  • EARTHQUAKE PHYSICS Go to
  • Earthquake physics Go to
  • Earthquake prediction Go to
  • Earthquake risk analysis in Ghana Go to
  • Earthquake Seismology Go to
  • Earthquakes Go to
  • Earthquakes origin Go to
  • Earthquake source mechanism Go to
  • Earth rotation and polar motion Go to
  • Earth rotation and time Go to
  • EARTH ROTATION Go to
  • EARTH SCIENCE Go to
  • EARTH SCIENCES Go to
  • Earth Sciences Go to
  • Earth Sciences Go to
  • Earth Sciences in general Go to
  • EARTH SCIENCES, TECTONICS, SEDIMENTARY BASINS Go to
  • Earth’s gravity field Go to
  • Earth’s magnetic field intensity variations Go to
  • Earth's mantle and core Go to
  • Earth's rotation effects on the lithosphere Go to
  • Earth surface processes Go to
  • Earth surface processes Go to
  • Earth systems science Go to
  • Earth tides Go to
  • Ecological restoration, green infrastructure, and nature-based solutions Go to
  • Ecology Go to
  • Economic geology Go to
  • Economy Go to
  • Ecophysiology and evolutionay biology Go to
  • Education (Graduate and Post-graduate) and Research, namely in Astronomy Go to
  • Education-training of primary and secondary school teachers Go to
  • Effect of climate change on the biosphere Go to
  • Effect of sea level rise on coastal processes Go to
  • Effects of mountains on atmospheric flow Go to
  • Elastic wave propagation Go to
  • Electromagnetic induction Go to
  • Electrostatics Go to
  • El Niño Southern oscillation Go to
  • Emergency preparedness, environmental impact and risk assessments Go to
  • Emission and energy demand scenarios Go to
  • Energy efficiency Go to
  • Energy efficient and sustainable buildings Go to
  • Energy Go to
  • Energy Go to
  • Energy / raw materials Go to
  • Energy science Go to
  • Energy storage in aquifers Go to
  • Energy supply and climate Go to
  • Energy transition Go to
  • ENGEERING SEISMOLOGY Go to
  • Engineering economic modeling Go to
  • Environmental analytical chemistry Go to
  • ENVIRONMENTAL BIOTECHNOLOGY Go to
  • Environmental Change Go to
  • Environmental chemistry and geochemistry Go to
  • ENVIRONMENTAL FLUID MECHANICS Go to
  • Environmental geochemistry Go to
  • Environmental geochemistry Go to
  • Environmental geology Go to
  • Environmental geology Go to
  • Environmentally-related infectious disease modeling Go to
  • Environmental magnetism applied to paleoceanography and paleoclimatology Go to
  • Environmental Magnetism Go to
  • ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE Go to
  • Environmental sustainability Go to
  • Environmental Technologies Go to
  • Environment and health Go to
  • Environment Go to
  • Equatorial spread-F Go to
  • Estimation theory Go to
  • Europe Go to
  • Europe Go to
  • Evaluation of biospheric components of the Earth System models Go to
  • Evaluation of ocean carbon sources and sinks Go to
  • Evolutionary history and dynamics of calcareous nannoplankton Go to
  • Evolution Go to
  • Evolution of orogenic belt and exhumation of deep metamorphic rocks Go to
  • Evolution of tectonic-driven sedimentary sequences Go to
  • Evolution of the climate Go to
  • Evolution of the Earth and Moon Go to
  • Evolution of The Galaxy and other stellar systems Go to
  • Evolution of the river valleys during the last 15 000 years Go to
  • Exchange flows Go to
  • Exhumation Go to
  • Experimental astrophysics Go to
  • Experimental geochemistry Go to
  • Experimental geomaterials Go to
  • Experimental geosciences Go to
  • Experimental modelling of brittle-ductile systems with application to crust and lithosphere tectonic systems Go to
  • Experimental modelling of tectonic processes Go to
  • Experimental petrology / geochemistry Go to
  • Experimental petrology Go to
  • Experimental petrology Go to
  • Experimental Physics Go to
  • Experiments that reproduce the extreme deformation conditions along a fault during an earthquake Go to
  • Explosion seismic refraction experiments to determine crustal structure in Britain and the East African Rift Valley in Kenya Go to
  • Explosive volcanism Go to
  • Explosive volcanism Go to
  • Extragalactic astrophysics and cosmology Go to
  • Extra-solar planets Go to
  • Extreme Events Go to
  • Extreme precipitation and flooding Go to
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  • Fate and transport of pollutants Go to
  • Fault interaction and seismicity patterns Go to
  • Femtosecond laser ablation Go to
  • Field Geology Go to
  • Field studies of exhumed ancient seismic faults Go to
  • Figure of the Earth and its gravitational field Go to
  • Finance Go to
  • Flood risk reduction Go to
  • Fluid and melt inclusions in minerals and rocks Go to
  • Fluid dynamics and meteorology Go to
  • Fluid Dynamics Go to
  • Fluid dynamics Go to
  • Fluid mechanics Go to
  • Fluid mechanics (numerical solution of the Navier-Stokes equations) Go to
  • Fluid mechanics: turbulence in homogeneous, stratified and rotating flows Go to
  • Fluid transport in porous and fractured reservoirs Go to
  • Formation and evolution of binaries containing compact objects Go to
  • Formation and evolution of galaxies Go to
  • Formation and growth mechanisms of atmospheric aerosols, aerosol dynamics, dynamics of atmospheric clusters Go to
  • Formation of ionospheric irregularities Go to
  • Formation of metallic ore deposits Go to
  • Fractal and singularity analysis of nonlinear geological processes Go to
  • Fractal dynamic modeling of extreme geological events Go to
  • fractals in sedimentary geology Go to
  • Fractional calculus Go to
  • Fracture dynamics Go to
  • Functional analysis. Group representations theory Go to
  • Further development of various geophysical techniques and their applications to diverse applied, engineering, and environmental issues Go to
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  • Gaia Go to
  • Galactic and environmental probes Go to
  • Galactic archaeology Go to
  • Galactic Astronomy Go to
  • Galactic chemical evolution Go to
  • Galactic Dynamics Go to
  • Galactic structure Go to
  • Galaxies at large redshift, cosmic star formation Go to
  • Galaxies: interactions Go to
  • Galaxies: star formation Go to
  • Galaxy clusters and the large-scale distribution of galaxies Go to
  • Galaxy clusters Go to
  • Galaxy clusters Go to
  • Galaxy Evolution: dynamics Go to
  • Galaxy Evolution: early type galaxies Go to
  • Galaxy Evolution: stellar populations Go to
  • Galaxy formation & evolution Go to
  • Galaxy formation Go to
  • Galaxy Go to
  • Galaxy Go to
  • Galaxy kinematics and dynamics Go to
  • Galaxy morphology Go to
  • Galaxy photometry Go to
  • Galaxy photometry in radio, mm, IR and optical Go to
  • Gamma-ray astronomy Go to
  • Gamma ray astronomy Go to
  • Gamma-Ray astronomy Go to
  • Gamma-ray production in neutron stars Go to
  • Gas hydrodynamics (collisions, SPH, etc.), for evolution and formation of galaxies Go to
  • Gaz storage in aquifers Go to
  • General Astronomy Go to
  • General cosmological issues Go to
  • General Mathematics Go to
  • Geochemical methods in environmental and climate change science Go to
  • Geochemical modelling of mantle melting and melt transport Go to
  • GEOCHEMISTRY Go to
  • Geochemistry Go to
  • Geochemistry Go to
  • Geochemistry Go to
  • Geochemistry Go to
  • Geochemistry Go to
  • Geochemistry Go to
  • Geochemistry Go to
  • Geochemistry Go to
  • Geochemistry Go to
  • Geochemistry of high-pressure (HP) and ultrahigh-pressure (UHP) crustal and mantle rocks, kimberlites Go to
  • Geochemistry of metamorphic rocks Go to
  • Geochemistry or rare elements Go to
  • Geochronology Go to
  • Geochronology Go to
  • Geochronology Go to
  • Geodesy and geophysics, with specific interest in Earth/Mars/Mercury rotation/libration and interior modeling Go to
  • Geodesy as a part of geophysics Go to
  • GEODESY Go to
  • Geodesy Go to
  • Geodesy Go to
  • Geodesy Go to
  • Geodesy Go to
  • Geodesy, volcano geodesy Go to
  • Geodetic boundary-value problems Go to
  • Geodynamic processes Go to
  • Geodynamics and deformation of sedimentary basins on various scales Go to
  • GEODYNAMICS AND GEOTECHNOLOGIES Go to
  • Geodynamics and ore deposit evolution across Europe (GEODE) Go to
  • GEODYNAMICS, GEOPHYSICS Go to
  • Geodynamics Go to
  • Geodynamics Go to
  • Geodynamics Go to
  • Geodynamics Go to
  • Geodynamics Go to
  • Geodynamics Go to
  • Geodynamics Go to
  • GEODYNAMICS Go to
  • Geodynamics Go to
  • Geodynamics Go to
  • Geodynamics Go to
  • Geodynamics Go to
  • Geodynamics Go to
  • Geodynamics Go to
  • Geodynamics Go to
  • Geodynamics Go to
  • Geodynamics Go to
  • GEODYNAMICS, TECTONICS Go to
  • Geoenergy and utilization of the subsurface Go to
  • Geo-engineering Go to
  • Geohazards and disaster risk (integrated research) Go to
  • Geoinformatics and GIS data integration Go to
  • Geoinformatics Go to
  • Geological and Mineralogical Sciences Go to
  • Geological hazards Go to
  • Geological History of the Mediterranean Sea, Northern Arabian Sea, Eastern Indian Ocean (offshore Australia) Go to
  • Geological Mapping Go to
  • Geologic and hydrologic modelling Go to
  • Geologic hazards Go to
  • Geology and geophysics of Polar continental margins Go to
  • GEOLOGY & GEODYNAMICS Go to
  • GEOLOGY Go to
  • Geology Go to
  • Geology Go to
  • Geology Go to
  • Geology Go to
  • Geology Go to
  • Geology Go to
  • Geology Go to
  • Geology Go to
  • Geology Go to
  • Geology Go to
  • Geology Go to
  • GEOLOGY, MINERALOGY Go to
  • Geology: North Mediterranean Ranges, West American Ranges (Andes, Sierra Madre), West Pacific Ranges (Japan, Taïwan, New Caledonia) Go to
  • Geology of sedimentary mountain ranges Go to
  • Geology of the island of Ireland Go to
  • GEOLOGY, VOLCANOLOGY Go to
  • Geomagnetic field observations from historical archives, modern observatories, and artificial satellites Go to
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  • Geomagnetic storms and substorms Go to
  • Geomagnetism Go to
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  • Geometry, kinematics and dynamics of tectonic plate boundaries Go to
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  • Geophysical exploration, imaging, and analysis of deformation and mass transport Go to
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  • GEOPHYSICS & PLANETARY PHYSICS Go to
  • Geopolitics Go to
  • Geopotential fields (gravity and magntic fields) Go to
  • Geopotential satellite mission design and development Go to
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  • GEOSCIENCES Go to
  • Geostudies Go to
  • Geothermal activity at volcanoes Go to
  • Geothermal energy Go to
  • Geothermal modelling and Heat flow mapping Go to
  • Geothermometry and Geobarometry Go to
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  • Glacial cycles Go to
  • Glacial erosion of topography Go to
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  • Glaciology Go to
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  • Glass science Go to
  • Global air pollution including tropospheric ozone Go to
  • Global and regional aspects of air pollution Go to
  • Global biogeochemical cycles Go to
  • Global carbon cycle Go to
  • Global carbon cycle in Quaternary and Anthropocene Go to
  • Global change Go to
  • Global Change Go to
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  • Global change Go to
  • GLOBAL CHANGE, PUBLIC HEALTH Go to
  • Global Climate Change and Sea-Level in the future (especially as it affects coastal communities and their economies - author of a World Bank Report and a ICZM Volume used widely in maritime countries for coastal zone management) Go to
  • Global climate change Go to
  • Global climate Go to
  • GLOBAL CLIMATOLOGY Go to
  • Global environmental change studies Go to
  • Global geodynamics Go to
  • Global-scale atmospheric circulations Go to
  • Global sea-level change of the Phanerozoic (some of the most widely cited papers in Geosciences in Paleozoic, Mesozoic and Cenozoic Eustasy) Go to
  • GLOBAL STRATIGRAPHY AND SEA-LEVEL CHANGE Go to
  • Global warming Go to
  • Gravimetry and satellite geodesy; Go to
  • Gravimetry Go to
  • Gravitational physics and cosmology Go to
  • Gravitational waves Go to
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  • Gravitational wave sources Go to
  • Gravity and isostasy Go to
  • Gravity Field and Topographic Modeling Go to
  • Gravity field, geodesy, satellite geodesy, Earth rotation Go to
  • Gravity Go to
  • Gravity studies of Mars/Venus/Mercury Go to
  • Gravity surveys in Southwest Greenland Go to
  • Gravity waves:numerical methods Go to
  • Greenhouse gases Go to
  • Greenhouse gas fluxes from wetlands and riparian ecosystems Go to
  • Greenland Go to
  • Groundwater: Artificial Recharge, Sea Water Intrusion, Well Hydraulics Go to
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  • Habitat of life on the early earth Go to
  • Hazard model testing Go to
  • Health and climatic effects of pollution and bio-aerosols Go to
  • Heat Flow Go to
  • Heliospheric and Solar physics and modeling Go to
  • Heterogeneous atmospheric chemistry Go to
  • High energy astrophysics and astrophysical cosmology. Go to
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  • HIGH-ENERGY ASTROPHYSICS Go to
  • High-Energy astrophysics Go to
  • High energy astrophysics: physics of accretion onto compact objects Go to
  • High performance parallel supercomputers Go to
  • High-pressure and low-temperature metamorphism Go to
  • High-pressure behaviour of minerals Go to
  • High pressure physics Go to
  • High resolution chemistry transport models Go to
  • High resolution imaging Go to
  • High-resolution imaging of volcanic interiors Go to
  • High resolution magnetic stratigraphy Go to
  • High temperature geochemistry Go to
  • Himalayan Geology Go to
  • Himalayan Tectonics, Himalayan Structure and Metamorphism (Zanskar, Ladakh, Nepal, Sikkim, Bhutan) Go to
  • Historical eclipses and earth's rotation Go to
  • Historical Research Go to
  • HISTORICAL SEISMOLOGY Go to
  • Historical Seismology Go to
  • Historical supernovae Go to
  • History and modeling of past climates Go to
  • History of Climate Go to
  • History of East Asian celestial cartography Go to
  • History of Geology Go to
  • History of Halley's comet; chronology Go to
  • History of mineralogy and related geosciences Go to
  • History of oceanography Go to
  • History of science Go to
  • Holocene Go to
  • Holocene palaeogeography of the Polish Carpathians, Poland and the whole Europe Go to
  • Hubble constant Go to
  • Human causes of marine defaunation in the ocean and coastal seas Go to
  • Humus chemistry Go to
  • Hydrodynamics and magnetohydrodynamics Go to
  • Hydrodynamics Go to
  • Hydrogeology Go to
  • Hydrological Cycle Go to
  • Hydrological Modelling: Inverse Problem, Stochastic hydrology, Reactive Transport, coupled Hydro-Thermo-Mechanical and chemical processes Go to
  • HYDROLOGY Go to
  • Hydrology Go to
  • Hydrology Go to
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  • Ice ages Go to
  • Ice cores Go to
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  • Ice sheet modeling Go to
  • Identification of pulsars as a new class of stars Go to
  • Igneous petrology Go to
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  • Igneous petrology Go to
  • IGNEOUS PETROLOGY Go to
  • Image analysis and signal processing Go to
  • IMAGE ANALYSIS Go to
  • Impact Craters Go to
  • Impact of aircraft on the environment Go to
  • Impact of Great Earthquakes on Society Go to
  • Implications for fundamental physics Go to
  • Induced seismicity Go to
  • Induced seismicity Go to
  • Industrial fluid mechanics Go to
  • Industrial mineralogy Go to
  • Influence of the solar and volcanic activity on the Middle Atmosphere Go to
  • Information society technologies Go to
  • Infrared and submillimetre astronomy Go to
  • Infrared Astronomy Go to
  • Infrared astronomy Go to
  • Infrared: galaxies Go to
  • Innovative techniques in hydrocarbon exploration, especially in stratigraphic traps Go to
  • Inorganic geochemistry Go to
  • Instrumental climate records Go to
  • Instrumentation and Measurements Go to
  • Instrument development for large telescopes, ground-based and in space Go to
  • Integrated assessment studies Go to
  • Integrated modeling for meteorological and chemical weather prediction Go to
  • Integrated research in polar regions Go to
  • Integrated urban weather, environment and climate systems and services for sustainable cities Go to
  • Integration of climate change mitigation and sustainable development objectives Go to
  • Integration of geoscientific observations into 3-D models of the subsurface Go to
  • Interacting close binary stars Go to
  • Interaction between galaxies; N-body simulations of galaxies (FFT, tree-code) Go to
  • Interaction of lithosphere and mantle in tectonically active regions Go to
  • Interactions between i) deformation and erosion and ii) deformation and volcanism Go to
  • Interactions between the atmosphere and bio- or physio sphere of our planet Go to
  • interaction sedimentation-tectonics Go to
  • Interdisciplinary climate science and climate impact research Go to
  • INTERFACE BIOGEOCHEMISTRY Go to
  • Interface of climatology Go to
  • Interior structure of the earth Go to
  • Internal gravity waves and their interaction with shear flows Go to
  • Interpretation of seismic data Go to
  • Interstellar gas dynamics Go to
  • Interstellar medium of galaxies, observations of new molecules Go to
  • Intraplate deformation Go to
  • inverse problems of trace elements in magmatic series Go to
  • Inverse theory Go to
  • Inversion Go to
  • Inversion of acoustic and electromagnetic geophysical measurements Go to
  • Inversion of borehole temperature data in ground surface temperature history Go to
  • Investigation of lithospheric and crustal structure using seismic tomography Go to
  • Ionospheric physics Go to
  • Isostasy Go to
  • Isotope Geo- and Cosmochemistry Go to
  • ISOTOPE GEOCHEMISTRY Go to
  • Isotope geochemistry Go to
  • Isotope geochemistry Go to
  • Isotope geochemistry Go to
  • Isotope geochemistry Go to
  • Isotope geochemistry, Go to
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  • Isotopes Go to
  • Isotope tracers Go to
  • Isotope tracer studies on terrestrial and extraterrestrial materials Go to
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  • Joint inversion of seismic and EM data Go to
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  • Karakoram, Hindu Kush, Pamir tectonics Go to
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  • Laboratory studies of kinetics Go to
  • Lake hydrodynamics Go to
  • LANDSCAPE ECOLOGY Go to
  • Landscape evolution by fluvial and glacial processes Go to
  • Landscape evolution Go to
  • Landslides Go to
  • Land use Go to
  • Large igneous provinces Go to
  • Large-scale fluid dynamics of atmosphere and ocean Go to
  • Large-scale magnetospheric modeling: MHD simulations and empirical modeling Go to
  • Large-scale sea-ice–ocean modelling Go to
  • Large scale tectonic processes Go to
  • Large-scale turbulence Go to
  • Large spectroscopic and photometric redshift surveys Go to
  • Laser Applications Go to
  • Laser Go to
  • Laser Spectroscopy Go to
  • Late Holocene volcanism Go to
  • Late Neogene climate change Go to
  • Lava flow emplacement Go to
  • Lava flow (with breccia, multi-phase flow, dynamics of flow in tube) Go to
  • Limnology Go to
  • Linkage between weather systems and climate variability Go to
  • Lipids Go to
  • Lithology Go to
  • Lithosphere and mantle dynamics (continental and oceanic lithosphere, mantle-lithosphere interaction) Go to
  • Lithosphere-asthenosphere interaction Go to
  • Lithosphere dynamics Go to
  • Lithosphere dynamics Go to
  • Lithosphere dynamics, mantle dynamics, planetary dynamics, planetary differentiation and extra-solar planets Go to
  • Lithosphere structure and dynamics Go to
  • Lithospheric dynamics Go to
  • Lithospheric dynamics Go to
  • Lithospheric flexure Go to
  • Lithospheric processes Go to
  • Loess sequences Go to
  • Long-term land-use changes and their influence on landscape biogeochemistry Go to
  • Long-term sediment dynamics and coupling with anthropogenic systems Go to
  • Long-term solar variability Go to
  • Low-frequency variability of atmospheric circulation Go to
  • Low-temperature geochronology Go to
  • Lucidity principles Go to
  • Lysimetry Go to
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  • Macroeconomics Go to
  • Mafic intrusion emplacement Go to
  • Magmatic ore deposits Go to
  • Magmatic processes and formation of continental and oceanic crust Go to
  • Magnetic field Go to
  • Magnetic instabilities Go to
  • Magnetic reconnection Go to
  • Magnetic reconnection Go to
  • Magnetics Go to
  • Magnetohydrodynamics Go to
  • Magnetohydrodynamics Go to
  • Magnetosphere-ionosphere coupling Go to
  • Magnetospheric dynamics Go to
  • Magnetospheric physics Go to
  • Magnetotellurics (MT) Go to
  • Magnetotelluric tensor decomposition Go to
  • Management of research and innovation Go to
  • Managing small and medium enterprises, and large public institutions and universities Go to
  • Mantle anisotropy Go to
  • Mantle convection, lithospheric dynamics and plate tectonics Go to
  • Mantle geochemistry Go to
  • Mantle geodynamics Go to
  • mantle Go to
  • Marine ecology Go to
  • Marine Geology and Geophysics Go to
  • Marine Geology Go to
  • Marine Geology Go to
  • MARINE GEOLOGY Go to
  • Marine geophysical surveys across the Irish Sea, Celtic Sea and Southwest Approaches Go to
  • MARINE GEOPHYSICS Go to
  • Marine geophysics Go to
  • Marine geophysics Go to
  • MARINE GEOSCIENCES Go to
  • Marine geosciences - including satellite altimetry Go to
  • Marine paleoclimate research (Quaternary and Neogene) Go to
  • Marine renewable energy (wave energy, current turbines) Go to
  • MARINE SCIENCE Go to
  • Marine science Go to
  • Marine sedimentation Go to
  • Mass loss and mass transfer in close binary systems Go to
  • Mass spectrometry Go to
  • Mass spectrometry Go to
  • Mass Spectrometry Go to
  • Material science and analytical methodology Go to
  • Materials science Go to
  • MATHEMATICAL ASTROPHYSICS Go to
  • MATHEMATICAL GEODESY Go to
  • MATHEMATICAL GEOPHYSICS Go to
  • Mathematical geophysics (gravitational & thermal hydrodynamic instability) Go to
  • Mathematical Geosciences Go to
  • MATHEMATICAL GEOSCIENCES, MINERAL EXPLORATION Go to
  • Mathematical, numerical and statistical techniques in Geodesy Go to
  • MATHEMATICAL THEORY OF CLIMATE Go to
  • Mathematics-music relations Go to
  • Measurements in time-lapse mode capturing the dynamic behavior of the earth’s subsurface Go to
  • Mechanics of mountain-building Go to
  • Mechanisms of plate tectonics Go to
  • Mediterranean Go to
  • Mediterranean Go to
  • Mediterranean sub-salt fluids Go to
  • Mega-cities, air quality and climate interaction Go to
  • Meridional heat transfer Go to
  • Mesoscale and submesoscale eddies Go to
  • Mesoscale Meteorology Go to
  • Mesoscale meteorology, numerical weather prediction and chemical weather forecasting Go to
  • Mesozoic calcareous nannofossils Go to
  • Metamorphic petrology Go to
  • Metamorphic Petrology Go to
  • Metamorphic petrology Go to
  • Metamorphic rocks Go to
  • Metamorphism Go to
  • Meteorite Go to
  • Meteoritics Go to
  • Meteoritics Go to
  • Meteorology and atmospheric dynamics Go to
  • METEOROLOGY Go to
  • Meteorology Go to
  • Meteorology Go to
  • Meteorology Go to
  • Meteorology Go to
  • meteorology Go to
  • Methodologies for model-data comparisons Go to
  • Methodologies for risk management in large urban agglomerations Go to
  • Microbial and particulate interactions in cryogenic extreme environments to unravel effects on global scale processes; Go to
  • microbial ecology Go to
  • Microbial ecology, microbial physiology and environmental biotechnology Go to
  • Microbiology Go to
  • Micropaleontology Go to
  • Micropaleontology Go to
  • Microscale / urban meteorology and climatology Go to
  • Microstructural/geochemical investigations of natural and experimental fault products Go to
  • Mid Ocean ridges Go to
  • Mineral chemistry Go to
  • Mineralogical behaviour of building materials Go to
  • Mineralogy and petrology Go to
  • MINERALOGY Go to
  • Mineralogy Go to
  • Mineralogy Go to
  • Mineralogy Go to
  • Mineralogy of the Earth's interior Go to
  • Mineralogy, petrology Go to
  • Mineralogy, physico-chemical properties of minerals at non ambient conditions Go to
  • Mineral physics at high P and T Go to
  • Mineral physics Go to
  • mineral physics Go to
  • Mineral physics Go to
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  • Mineral properties Go to
  • Mineral prospecting and exploration Go to
  • Mineral resource potential assessment Go to
  • Mineral surface chemistry Go to
  • Mitigation of nitrate and pesticide pollution Go to
  • Mm, IR ed X-ray cosmic background radiations Go to
  • Modeling and quantification of the interactions between the biogeochemical cycles and the physical climate system Go to
  • Modelling climate–cryosphere interactions. Go to
  • Modelling climate variability (past and future) at the global scale, with focus on polar regions Go to
  • modelling Go to
  • Modelling of the earth climate system, including paleoclimates: Go to
  • Modelling of the thermodynamic and rheological properties of magma Go to
  • Modelling the climate of the earth system Go to
  • Models for Algol systems Go to
  • Models for X-ray binaries Go to
  • Models of hydrological and vadose zone processes Go to
  • Models of orogenic wedges Go to
  • Models of spectrophotometric evolution of galaxies, formation of spheroidal galaxies Go to
  • Mogok Metamorphic belt, Jade belt, Myanmar Go to
  • Moine Thrust zone, NW Scotland Go to
  • Molecular absorption lines in front of quasars Go to
  • Molecular modelling of pollutant interactions with the soil matrix Go to
  • monitoring and dynamics of ice caps using satellite techniques Go to
  • Motion of plasma clouds Go to
  • Mountain environments Go to
  • Multi-messenger astronomy Go to
  • Multiphase flows Go to
  • Multi-wavelength astronomy Go to
  • Musical acoustics Go to
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  • Natural Gas hydrates, including their coastal hazards and resource potential and their role in climate change) Go to
  • Natural gas hydrates in the marine environment Go to
  • Natural hazards Go to
  • NATURAL HAZARDS Go to
  • Natural risks Go to
  • Nature and distribution of dark matter Go to
  • Neural networks Go to
  • Neutrino and Astroparticle Physics Go to
  • Neutrino Cosmology Go to
  • New techniques of the perturbation Go to
  • Newtonian Dynamics Go to
  • Nonlinear processes in geosciences Go to
  • Nonlinear Systems Go to
  • North America Go to
  • Nuclear geochemistry Go to
  • Nuclear Physics Go to
  • Nuclear waste disposal Go to
  • Nuclear waste management Go to
  • Nucleation, growth and crystallization mechanisms and kinetics of environmentally relevant mineral phases Go to
  • Nucleosynthesis Go to
  • Numerical and computational physics Go to
  • Numerical methods Go to
  • Numerical modeling Go to
  • Numerical modelling and theory of subduction processes Go to
  • Numerical Modelling of Wave Propagation Go to
  • Numerical models of landscape evolution and applications of low-temperature thermochronology Go to
  • Numerical models of short-range weather prediction Go to
  • Numerical simulation of lithospheric deformation and mantle convection Go to
  • Numerical simulation of magmatic and volcanic processes Go to
  • Numerical simulations of large scale structures Go to
  • Numerical simulations of the formation of galaxies and larger structures Go to
  • Numerical weather prediction Go to
  • Numerical weather prediction Go to
  • Nutrient cycling in agricultural watersheds Go to
  • Nutrient retention and transformations in wetlands and riparian buffer zones Go to
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  • Obduction Go to
  • Observational astronomy Go to
  • Observational astrophysics: X-ray astronomy, gamma ray astronomy Go to
  • Observational Cosmology Go to
  • OBSERVATIONAL COSMOLOGY Go to
  • Observational techniques: astrometry, photometry, spectroscopy, interferometry Go to
  • Observation and interpretation of the presence of alkali atoms in the mesosphere Go to
  • Observation of the thermoluminescence of the lunar surface Go to
  • Observation of X-ray binaries Go to
  • Ocean acidification and its impacts Go to
  • Ocean acidification Go to
  • Ocean and climate dynamics Go to
  • Ocean and Lake Biogeochemistry Go to
  • Ocean-atmosphere coupling Go to
  • Ocean/atmosphere interactions Go to
  • Ocean/Atmosphere interactions Go to
  • Ocean carbon cycle Go to
  • Ocean chemistry Go to
  • ocean circulation and satellite altimetry Go to
  • ocean cycle of trace metals and carbon Go to
  • Ocean ecosystems Go to
  • Ocean history Go to
  • Oceanic Anoxic Events and organic C-rich black shales Go to
  • OCEANIC BASINS EVOLUTION Go to
  • Oceanic flows Go to
  • Oceanic transform faults Go to
  • Ocean micro-seisms Go to
  • Ocean (Mid-America trench, Japan and Kourils Trench, Tonga-Kermadec Trench) Go to
  • Ocean Modelling Go to
  • Ocean observing systems Go to
  • OCEANOGRAPHY BIOGEOCHEMISTRY Go to
  • OCEANOGRAPHY Go to
  • Oceanography Go to
  • Oceanography Go to
  • Oceanography Go to
  • Oceanography Go to
  • Oceanography Go to
  • Oceanography Go to
  • Oceanography Go to
  • oceanography Go to
  • Oceanology Go to
  • Ocean productivity Go to
  • Ocean rogue waves (generation, return period, wave impact) Go to
  • Ocean solutions Go to
  • Ocean storage of carbon dioxide Go to
  • OCEAN STUDIES Go to
  • Ocean tracers of continental aridity Go to
  • OCEAN WAVES Go to
  • Ocean waves Go to
  • Oman Go to
  • Ophiolite formation and obduction processes (Oman-UAE, Burma, Andaman Islands, Lizard [Cornwall, UK]) Go to
  • Ophiolites Go to
  • Optical astronomy Go to
  • Optical detectors Go to
  • Optical properties of aerosols Go to
  • Optics Go to
  • Ore Geology Go to
  • Organic geochemistry Go to
  • Origin and evolution of the Earth's continental crust, lithosphere and mantle Go to
  • Origin and evolution of the solar system Go to
  • Origin of continents Go to
  • Origin of cosmic rays Go to
  • Origin of cosmic rays Go to
  • Origin of granitic, batholiths, andesites, kimberlites, carbonatites, and associated ore deposits Go to
  • Origin of Life Go to
  • Origin of spicules Go to
  • Origin of the Elements Go to
  • Origins of the planetary system Go to
  • Orogenic structure and coupling with sedimentary basins Go to
  • Orogenic volcanism Go to
  • Orogeny Go to
  • Oxygen fugacities recorded by mantle rocks Go to
  • Oxygen Go to
  • Ozone and UV research Go to
  • Ozone Go to
  • Ozone layer Go to
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  • Palaeoceanography Go to
  • Palaeoceanography Go to
  • Palaeoclimate Go to
  • Palaeoclimate modeling Go to
  • PALAEOCLIMATOLOGY Go to
  • Palaeoclimatology Go to
  • Palaeoclimatology Go to
  • Palaeohydrology of the late Quaternary encompassing Poland, temperate zone and the globe Go to
  • Palaeomagnetism and environmental magnetism Go to
  • Palaeomagnetism and rock magnetism Go to
  • Palaeozoic mountain belts of Eurasia Go to
  • Paleobiology Go to
  • Paleoceanography Go to
  • PALEOCEANOGRAPHY Go to
  • Paleoceanography Go to
  • Paleoceanography Go to
  • Paleoceanography Go to
  • Paleoceanography, Paleoenvironments and Paleobiogeography of Atlantic, Indian, Pacific and Southern Oceans Go to
  • Paleoclimate Go to
  • Paleoclimate modeling Go to
  • Paleoclimate modeling Go to
  • Paleoclimate modeling Go to
  • Paleoclimates Go to
  • PALEOCLIMATOLOGY, CLIMATOLOGY Go to
  • Paleoclimatology Go to
  • PALEOCLIMATOLOGY Go to
  • Paleoclimatology Go to
  • Paleoclimatology Go to
  • Paleoclimatology Go to
  • Paleoclimatology Go to
  • Paleoclimatology Go to
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  • Paleoclimatology Go to
  • Paleodust Go to
  • Paleoecology and Paleoceanography Go to
  • Paleoecology Go to
  • Paleogeography Go to
  • Paleogeography Go to
  • Paleomagnetic secular variation Go to
  • Paleomagnetism applied to geodynamics Go to
  • PALEOMAGNETISM, CLIMATE CHANGE, EDUCATION Go to
  • Paleomagnetism Go to
  • PALEOMAGNETISM Go to
  • Paleomagnetism Go to
  • Paleomagnetism Go to
  • Paleomagnetism Go to
  • Paleomagnetism Go to
  • Paleontology Go to
  • Paleotectonic reconstructions Go to
  • Parameterization of land surface processes at large scale with parameters directly/indirectly accessible from satellite data Go to
  • Paricle-in-cell plasma simulations Go to
  • Partial differential equations (derivation of simplified models for water waves) Go to
  • Particle acceleration Go to
  • Passive continental margins and sedimentary basins Go to
  • Past carbon-cycle variations Go to
  • Past changes in the Earth magnetic field Go to
  • Past Climates in the Mesozoic and Cenozoic Periods Go to
  • Past Greenhouse worlds Go to
  • Pattern recognition Go to
  • Periglaciology Go to
  • Petrogenesis and geochronology of igneous, metamorphic, and sedimentary rocks Go to
  • Petrography Go to
  • Petroleum geology Go to
  • PETROLOGY AND GEOCHEMISTRY Go to
  • Petrology and Geochemistry Go to
  • Petrology and geochemistry of mafic and ultramafic volcanic rocks, both modern and Archean Go to
  • Petrology and geochemistry of mafic magma in major tectonic settings Go to
  • PETROLOGY, GEOCHEMISTRY Go to
  • PETROLOGY, GEOCHEMISTRY, MINERALOGY Go to
  • PETROLOGY Go to
  • Petrology Go to
  • Petrology Go to
  • Petrology Go to
  • Petrology Go to
  • Petrology Go to
  • Petrology Go to
  • Petrology Go to
  • Petrology Go to
  • Petrology Go to
  • Phase transitions in the Earth's mantle Go to
  • Photochemistry of chemical reactions in the troposphere and stratosphere Go to
  • Phyical processes at and near Earth's surface Go to
  • PHYSICAL & APPLIED GEOLOGY Go to
  • Physical Chemistry Go to
  • Physical cosmology Go to
  • Physical geodesy Go to
  • Physical geography Go to
  • Physical-mathematical modelling Go to
  • Physical modeling of volcanic processes Go to
  • Physical oceanography Go to
  • PHYSICAL OCEANOGRAPHY Go to
  • Physical Oceanography Go to
  • Physical oceanography Go to
  • Physical properties of Active Galactic Nuclei and the growth of Super Massive Black Holes therein Go to
  • Physical volcanology Go to
  • PHYSIC OF THE EARTH Go to
  • Physics and Astrophysics Go to
  • Physics, formation and evolution of massive stars Go to
  • Physics Go to
  • Physics Go to
  • physics Go to
  • Physics of compact objects: neutron stars, black holes and white dwarfs Go to
  • Physics of cosmic rays Go to
  • Physics of Gamma-Ray Bursts and Gravitational Wave sources Go to
  • Physics of gas accretion onto neutron stars and black holes Go to
  • Physics of neutron stars and black holes Go to
  • Physics of quasars, observations and modeling Go to
  • Physics of space plamas Go to
  • PHYSICS OF THE EARTH Go to
  • PHYSICS OF THE OCEANS Go to
  • Planck European Space Agency mission Go to
  • Planetary boundary layer Go to
  • Planetary evolution Go to
  • Planetary geochemistry Go to
  • PLANETARY GEOPHYSICS Go to
  • Planetary interiors Go to
  • Planetary magnetospheres Go to
  • PLANETARY PHYSICS Go to
  • Planetary plasma environments Go to
  • Planetary Science Go to
  • Planetary Science Go to
  • PLANETARY SCIENCES Go to
  • Planetary sciences Go to
  • Planetology Go to
  • plankton ecology Go to
  • Plasma astrophysics Go to
  • Plasma Physics Go to
  • Plasma Physics Go to
  • Plasma physics Go to
  • Plasma physics Go to
  • Plasma transport and acceleration in the magnetosphere Go to
  • Plate interface Go to
  • Plate reconstructions Go to
  • Plate Tectonics Go to
  • Plate tectonics Go to
  • Plate tectonics Go to
  • Plate tectonics Go to
  • PLATE TECTONICS Go to
  • Pleistocene oceanography Go to
  • Pleistocene swings in atmospheric carbon dioxide Go to
  • Polar ozone depletion Go to
  • Polar research Go to
  • Polar science Go to
  • Pollen transport Go to
  • Pollution Go to
  • Population synthesis Go to
  • Potential Fields Go to
  • Potential fields Go to
  • Precambrian geology Go to
  • predictability and dynamics of weather and climate Go to
  • Predictability and ensemble forecasting Go to
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  • The role of anthropogenic forcings on climate Go to
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  • The study of trace element and isotope geochemistry of igneous minerals and melt and fluid inclusions Go to
  • The use of satellite date Go to
  • Tibet Go to
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  • Time series analysis Go to
  • Tin-bearing granites (Malaysia, Thailand, Cornwall, Lundy Island) Go to
  • Trace element partitioning between crystals and melts Go to
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  • Tracers of ocean nutrients and paleoproductivity Go to
  • Transiting exoplanets, exomoons Go to
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  • Turbulence and its interaction with waves Go to
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  • Understanding the connections between Solid Earth, Oceans and Atmosphere Go to
  • Unified field theory Go to
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  • Urban air pollution Go to
  • Utilization of paleoclimate data to validate climate models and as a reference scale for future climate change projections Go to
  • UV observations with Ultra Violet Explorer - simultaneous Go to
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  • Variability of the past climates Go to
  • Visual art and culture Go to
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  • Volatilities of elements in the solar nebula Go to
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