Advances In Geosciences (A 4-volume Set) - Volume 31: Solid Earth Science (Se)

Advances In Geosciences (A 4-volume Set) - Volume 31: Solid Earth Science (Se)

Volume 31: Solid Earth Science (SE)

Ching-Hua Lo


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This invaluable volume set of Advances in Geosciences continues the excellent tradition of the Asia-Oceania scientific community in providing the most up-to-date research results on a wide range of geosciences and environmental science. The information is vital to the understanding of the effects of climate change and extreme weather on the most populated regions and fastest moving economies in the world. Besides, these volumes also highlight original papers from many prestigious research institutions which are conducting cutting edge studies in atmospheric physics, hydrogical science and water resource, ocean science and coastal study, planetary exploration and solar system science, seismology, tsunamis, upper atmospheric physics and space science.Contents:

  • Metaheuristic Technique for Finding Earthquake Locations in NW Himalayan Region (A Yadav, K Deep, S Kumar and R Sushil)
  • Challenging the Limit of EEW: A Scenario of EEWS Application Based on the Lessons of the 2008 Wenchuan Earthquake (X-J Ma, Z-L Wu, H-S Peng and T-F Ma)
  • Towards the Densification of the International Terrestrial Reference Frame in the Asia and Pacific Region — Asia Pacific Reference Frame (APREF) (G Hu, J Dawson, M Jia, M Deo, R Ruddick and G Johnston)
  • Towards Synergy of VLBI and GNSS Geodetic Techniques in Geologically Dynamic New Zealand (H Takiguchi, S Gulyaev, T Natusch, S Weston and L Woodburn)
  • Reinterpretation of Historical Earthquakes During 1929 to 1931, Myanmar (H H Aung)
  • The Impacts of Coastal Subsidence and Sea Level Rise in Coastal City of Semarang (Indonesia) (H Z Abidin, H Andreas, I Gumilar, Y Fukuda, S L Nurmaulia, E Riawan, D Murdohardono and Supriyadi)
  • Physico-chemical Characteristics of Quaternary Sediments of Terna River Sub-basin East Central Maharashtra, India (Md Babar, R V Chunchekar and B B Ghute)

Readership: Atmospheric scientists, meteorologists, climatologists, atmospheric chemists and physical oceanographers, astronomers, planetary scientists, geophysicists, and geologists.