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-cloud-climate interactions Go to
  • Aerosols and aerosol electrification Go to
  • Aerosols Go to
  • Aerospace technology Go to
  • African and Asian monsoons: sensitivity to different external forcing, role of ocean, land surface and snow feedbacks Go to
  • AGROPHYSICS Go to
  • Air pollution Go to
  • Air pollution Go to
  • Air pollution Go to
  • Air-sea exchange Go to
  • Alpine meteorology and climatology (extreme events, climatic change, tipping points, analogues) Go to
  • Analogue modelling Go to
  • Analyses of feedbacks between the carbon cycle and climate change Go to
  • Analysis of composition of lunar and meteoritic samples Go to
  • Analytical geochemistry Go to
  • Antarctica Go to
  • Antarctic circumpolar current Go to
  • A possible glacially-forced tectonic mechanism for late Neogene surface uplift and subsidence around the North Atlantic Go to
  • Applications of synchrotron radiation methods (x-ray absorption spectroscopy, photoemission spectroscopy, x-ray standing wave spectroscopy, x-ray reflectivity, and x-ray imaging) to problems in surface chemistry, low temperature/aqueous geochemistry and environmental chemistry 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
  • Archaeology Go to
  • Arctic environments Go to
  • Arctic Go to
  • Asia Go to
  • Asia Go to
  • Astrobiology Go to
  • Astrometry 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
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  • 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, COSMOLOGY Go to
  • Astrophysics Go to
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  • Astrophysics Go to
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  • 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 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 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: Interaction of solar radiation with the atmosphere; diagnostic of the atmosphere with radiation measurements; Earth's radiation budget and solar influence on climate Go to
  • ATMOSPHERIC & PLANETARY SCIENCES Go to
  • Atmospheric pollution Go to
  • Atmospheric research 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 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 stellar evolution Go to
  • Binary X-ray sources - observations at La Silla, Chile, ESO 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, Mineralogy, extremophile Microbiology Go to
  • BIOGEOCHEMISTRY OF OCEANS & ATMOSPH Go to
  • Biogeochemistry of the global carbon cycle Go to
  • Biogeography 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
  • 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
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  • Climate Change Go to
  • Climate change Go to
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  • Climate change Go to
  • Climate change Go to
  • CLIMATE CHANGE IMPACTS AND RISKS Go to
  • Climate change impacts and risks, in particular magnitude–frequency relations of mass-wasting processes in alpine and high-elevation environments (debris flows, rockfall, snow avalanches, landslides, floods, GLOFs) Go to
  • Climate change impacts on water resources Go to
  • Climate change mitigation Go to
  • Climate change mitigation in cities Go to
  • CLIMATE CHANGE MITIGATION, SUSTAINABLE ENERGY Go to
  • Climate changes: Coupled role of high and low latitude processes, with particular focus on ocean (wind driven and deep circulation) Go to
  • Climate-chemistry interactions 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 (temperature, precipitation, oceanic circulations, subsistence economy) 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: First measurement of the cooling of the mesosphere due to the increase of greenhouse gases 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
  • Comets 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
  • Constrained lava flows 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 tectonics Go to
  • Continental Transforms Go to
    • Dead Sea fault.
    • San Andreas fault
    • Philippine fault
  • Coordinator of the Center for Disaster Management and Risk Reduction Technology (CEDIM) 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 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
  • Cosmology Go to
  • Cosmology Go to
  • Cosmology Go to
  • Cosmology Go to
  • Cosmology 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 minerals and inorganic compounds Go to
  • Crystallization and vesiculation kinetics Go to
  • Crystallography, crystal structures of minerals and synthetic phases, relationship between crystal chemistry and properties Go to
  • CRYSTALLOGRAPHY Go to
  • Crystallography Go to
  • Crystal structure prediction Go to
  • Cultural heritage, use of advanced chracterization techniques in archaeometry and conservation science 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: development of a model of dark baryonic matter, in the form of cold molecular gas 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
  • Decadal-centennial scale climate variability Go to
  • Deep Continental Drilling Go to
  • Deep cosmological surveys Go to
  • deep Earth (core and inner core) 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
  • Deformation analysis Go to
  • Deformation processes in subduction zones and associated basins Go to
  • Dendroecology (in particular dendrogeomorphology and dendroclimatology) 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 new flight hardware to measure the composition of plasmas in the heliosphere Go to
  • Developing new theoretical concepts and models for interaction between the heliosphere and local interstellar medium Go to
  • Developing new theoretical concepts and models for interstellar neutral gas and dust behavior in the heliosphere and subsequent ionization to form the so-called pickup ion population Go to
  • Developing new theoretical concepts and models for the behavior of the solar atmosphere and its expansion into space to form the solar wind Go to
  • Developing new theoretical concepts for the acceleration and behavior of energetic particles in the heliosphere 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 methodologies for hazard and risk assessment for areas but also specific sites 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 (Resonance, Rayleigh, Raman, Doppler...) 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
  • Discoverer of the large-scale structure of the Universe Go to
  • Discovery of dayside boundary layers, small-scale reconnection events, high-beta plasma blobs in the magnetosphere and the in-situ confirmation of reconnection 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
  • DYNAMIC METEOROLOGY Go to
  • Dynamic metrology 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, in interactions between dynamics, chemistry and radiation, and in the various physical and dynamical processes controlling the distributions of chemical species, including water vapour 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 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 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 systems science Go to
  • Earth tides 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: past, present and future evolution 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 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
  • Environmental magnetism applied to paleoceanography and paleoclimatology Go to
  • ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE Go to
  • Environmental sustainability Go to
  • Environmental Technologies Go to
  • Environment and health Go to
  • Environment 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
  • 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
  • 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
  • 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 growth mechanisms of atmospheric aerosols, aerosol dynamics, dynamics of atmospheric clusters Go to
  • Formation of metallic ore deposits 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
  • Galaxy clusters and the large-scale distribution of galaxies Go to
  • Galaxy clusters 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
  • 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 modelling of mantle melting and melt transport, the age and origin of mantle heterogeneities, mantle geodynamics Go to
  • GEOCHEMISTRY Go to
  • Geochemistry Go to
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  • Geochemistry 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 and Surveying Go to
  • Geodesy as a part of geophysics Go to
  • GEODESY Go to
  • Geodesy Go to
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  • 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
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  • GEODYNAMICS Go to
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  • 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 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 Go to
  • Geology and geophysics of Polar continental margins Go to
  • GEOLOGY & GEODYNAMICS Go to
  • GEOLOGY Go to
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  • 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
  • Geomagnetic reversals and excursions Go to
  • Geomagnetic storms and substorms Go to
  • Geomagnetism Go to
  • Geomagnetism Go to
  • Geometry, kinematics and dynamics of tectonic plate boundaries Go to
  • Geomorphological mapping Go to
  • Geomorphology Go to
  • Geomorphology Go to
  • Geophysical exploration, imaging, and analysis of deformation and mass transport Go to
  • Geophysical fluid dynamics Go to
  • GEOPHYSICAL FLUID DYNAMICS Go to
  • Geophysical Fluid Dynamics Go to
  • Geophysics Go to
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  • Geophysics-petrology Go to
  • GEOPHYSICS & PLANETARY PHYSICS Go to
  • Geopolitics Go to
  • Geopotential fields (gravity and magntic fields) Go to
  • Geopotential satellite mission design and development Go to
  • Georesources Go to
  • GEOSCIENCES Go to
  • Geostudies Go to
  • Geothermal energy Go to
  • Geothermal modelling and Heat flow mapping Go to
  • Geothermometry and Geobarometry Go to
  • Geotourism Go to
  • Geoynamics Go to
  • Glacial cycles Go to
  • Glacial erosion of topography Go to
  • Glacial geology Go to
  • Glaciology Go to
  • Glaciology Go to
  • Glaciology Go to
  • Glass science Go to
  • Global air pollution including tropospheric ozone Go to
  • Global biogeochemical cycles Go to
  • Global carbon cycle in Quaternary and Anthropocene Go to
  • Global change Go to
  • Global Change Go to
  • Global change Go to
  • Global change 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 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
  • Gravity and isostasy Go to
  • Gravity Field and Topographic Modeling 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
  • Heat Flow Go to
  • High energy astrophysics and astrophysical cosmology. Go to
  • High-energy astrophysics Go to
  • High-energy astrophysics Go to
  • High energy astrophysics Go to
  • High-energy astrophysics Go to
  • High energy astrophysics Go to
  • High energy astrophysics Go to
  • HIGH-ENERGY ASTROPHYSICS Go to
  • High-Energy astrophysics Go to
  • High energy astrophysics: physics of accretion onto compact objects Go to
  • High-pressure behaviour of minerals Go to
  • High pressure physics Go to
  • High resolution imaging Go to
  • High resolution magnetic stratigraphy Go to
  • High temperature geochemistry Go to
  • Himalayan Geology 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 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
  • HYDROLOGY, WATER RESOURCES, CLIMATE IMPACT Go to
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  • Ice ages Go to
  • Ice cores Go to
  • Ice sheet modeling Go to
  • Identification of pulsars as a new class of stars Go to
  • Igneous petrology Go to
  • Igneous petrology Go to
  • Igneous petrology Go to
  • IGNEOUS PETROLOGY Go to
  • Impact of aircraft on the environment Go to
  • Impact of Great Earthquakes on Society Go to
  • Induced seismicity Go to
  • Induced seismicity Go to
  • Industrial fluid mechanics Go to
  • Industrial mineralogy, use of minerals in industrial applications (zeolites, kaolinite, oxides, cement phases, etc.), with special focus on the kinetics of reaction during thermal processes (time-resolved investigtions at high temperature). 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
  • Innovative techniques in hydrocarbon exploration, especially in stratigraphic traps Go to
  • Instrumental climate records Go to
  • Instrumentation and Measurements Go to
  • Integrated assessment studies Go to
  • Integrated modeling for meteorological and chemical weather prediction 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 geophysics 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
  • Isotope tracers Go to
  • Isotope tracer studies on terrestrial and extraterrestrial materials Go to
  • Isotopic methods Go to
J
  • Joint inversion of seismic and EM data Go to
L
  • Laboratory studies of kinetics Go to
  • LANDSCAPE ECOLOGY Go to
  • Landscape evolution by fluvial and glacial processes Go to
  • Landscape evolution Go to
  • Landslides 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 turbulence 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
  • Linkage between weather systems and climate variability 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 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
M
  • Macroeconomics 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
  • Magnetohydrodynamics Go to
  • Magnetosphere Go to
  • Magnetospheric physics Go to
  • Magnetospheric physics Go to
  • Magnetotellurics (MT) Go to
  • Magnetotelluric tensor decomposition Go to
  • Management of research and innovation Go to
  • Mantle anisotropy Go to
  • Mantle geochemistry 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 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 sedimentation Go to
  • Mass loss and mass transfer in close binary systems Go to
  • Mass spectrometry Go to
  • Mass spectrometry Go to
  • Material science and analytical methodology Go to
  • Materials science, investigation of materials by advanced probes (synchrotron radiation, neutron beams), and combined techniques Go to
  • MATHEMATICAL ASTROPHYSICS Go to
  • MATHEMATICAL GEODESY Go to
  • MATHEMATICAL GEOPHYSICS Go to
  • Mathematical geophysics (gravitational & thermal hydrodynamic instability) 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 rocks Go to
  • Metamorphism Go to
  • Meteorite Go to
  • Meteorites 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
  • meteorology Go to
  • Methodologies for model-data comparisons: past and present climates 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
  • Micropaleontology Go to
  • Micropaleontology Go to
  • Microscale / urban meteorology and climatology Go to
  • Microstructural/geochemical investigations of natural and experimental fault products 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 of the Earth's interior Go to
  • Mineralogy, petrology Go to
  • Mineralogy, physico-chemical properties of minerals at non ambient conditions, for geological and industrial purposes Go to
  • Mineral physics at high P and T Go to
  • Mineral physics Go to
  • mineral physics Go to
  • Mineral physics Go to
  • Mineral physics Go to
  • Mineral properties Go to
  • Mineral surface chemistry Go to
  • Mitigation of nitrate and pesticide pollution Go to
  • Mm, IR ed X-ray cosmic background radiations: origin and contributions by galactic and extragalactic sources. 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 orogenic wedges Go to
  • Models of spectrophotometric evolution of galaxies, formation of spheroidal galaxies. IR, optical and X-ray spectroscopy of active galaxies: starbursts, ULIRG and AGNs 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
  • Monitoring environmental change Go to
  • Moon rocks Go to
  • Mountain environments Go to
  • Multi-messenger astronomy Go to
  • Multiphase flows Go to
  • Multi-wavelength astronomy Go to
  • musical acoustics Go to
N
  • Natural disaster reduction Go to
  • 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 risks Go to
  • Nature and distribution of dark matter Go to
  • New techniques of the perturbation Go to
  • Newtonian Dynamics 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
  • Nucleosynthesis Go to
  • Numerical methods Go to
  • Numerical modeling Go to
  • Numerical modelling and theory of subduction processes, thermal-chemical plumes, mafic intrusion emplacement, oceanic transform faults, and large scale tectonic 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 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
O
  • Observational astronomy Go to
  • Observational astrophysics: X-ray astronomy, gamma ray astronomy 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 flows 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
  • 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
  • Ophiolites Go to
  • Optical astronomy Go to
  • Optical detectors Go to
  • Optics Go to
  • Ore Geology 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 solar system 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 Go to
  • ozone layer Go to
P
  • Palaeoceanography 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 rock magnetism Go to
  • Palaeozoic mountain belts of Eurasia Go to
  • Paleobiology 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: simulations of past climates with the same model version as the one used for future climate projections; coordination of the international Paleoclimate Modeling Intercomparison Project 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
  • Paleoclimatology Go to
  • Paleodust Go to
  • Paleoecology and Paleoceanography Go to
  • Paleoecology 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
  • 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
  • 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 Climates in the Mesozoic and Cenozoic Periods Go to
  • Past Greenhouse worlds 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; determination of their conditions of melting and the compositions of their mantle sources 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
  • 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 geodesy Go to
  • Physical geography Go to
  • Physical-mathematical modelling 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 Go to
  • Physics Go to
  • physics Go to
  • Physics of cosmic rays 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
  • 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 research 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
  • 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 research Go to
  • Polar science Go to
  • Pollen transport Go to
  • Pollution Go to
  • Potential Fields Go to
  • Potential fields Go to
  • Precambrian geology Go to
  • Precise positioning by space geodesy techniques and applications to tectonic motions, vertical crustal motions, geocenter motions Go to
  • predictability and dynamics of weather and climate Go to
  • Predictability and ensemble forecasting Go to
  • PREDICTABILITY OF WEATHER & CLIMATE Go to
  • Principles of geochemistry Go to
  • Probability and Statistics Go to
  • Processes on mineral surfaces and bio-geo-interactions Go to
  • Pulsars and neutron star properties Go to
  • Pulsars Go to
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  • Quantification of volcanic hazard Go to
  • Quantitative analysis of ductile deformation Go to
  • Quantitative estimation of land surface variables from satellite data Go to
  • Quantum-mechanical simulations Go to
  • Quantum Mechanics Go to
  • Quasi-biannial oscillations of zonal stratospheric wind Go to
  • Quaternary stratigraphy Go to
R
  • Radiation-induced defects Go to
  • Radiation processes Go to
  • Radiative transfer modelling Go to
  • Radio astronomy Go to
  • Radio astronomy Go to
  • Radio astronomy Go to
  • Radio Astronomy Go to
  • Radio astronomy Go to
  • Radiocarbon chronology Go to
  • Radiocarbon dating Go to
  • Radioecology Go to
  • Radiogalaxies and their interaction with the environment Go to
  • Radiophysics Go to
  • Rates of processes Go to
  • Recent climate change and Global warming Go to
  • Reconstruction of past climates Go to
  • Regional geological mapping Go to
  • Regional Geology Go to
  • REGIONAL GEOLOGY Go to
  • Relationship between melt structure and properties Go to
  • Relationships between tectonics and magmatism Go to
  • Relations with atmospheric pCO2 Go to
  • Relativistic astrophysics Go to
  • Relativistic astrophysics Go to
  • Relativistic geodesy Go to
  • Relativity in celestial mechanics and astrometry (lunar theory, reference systems, time scales, relativistic reduction of observations, concepts and constants of fundamental astronomy) Go to
  • Relief evolution of the Polish Carpathians Go to
  • Remote sensing and applications Go to
  • Remote Sensing Go to
  • Remote Sensing Go to
  • REMOTE SENSING Go to
  • Remote Sensing Go to
  • Remote sounding of the sea surface state including the method of tsunami identification by radar backscatter Go to
  • Research infrastructures Go to
  • Response of marine organisms and ecosystems to global environmental changes Go to
  • Response operators and fluctuation-dissipation relations Go to
  • Rheology Go to
  • Risk assessment methodologies for natural hazards Go to
  • Rock fluids Go to
  • Rock magnetic studies applied to geological problems Go to
  • Rock magnetism Go to
  • Rock physics Go to
  • Role of landuse in the climate system Go to
  • Role of the stratosphere on climate Go to
S
  • Salt dynamics Go to
  • Salt tectonics (up- & down-building of salt structures) Go to
  • Satellite based gravity field determination Go to
  • Satellite geodesy and space research in Earth sciences: Gravity field and marine geoid Go to
  • Satellite Geodesy Go to
  • Satellite remote sensing Go to
  • Scaling change and transferring Go to
  • Science and Society, in the frame of academies of sciences Go to
  • Science into government Go to
  • Science Management & Science Policy. Go to
  • Science with Space Missions, in particular in the X-Ray band Go to
  • Scientific Culture Go to
  • Scientific history of the Cavendish Laboratory. Go to
  • Sea-floor hydrothermal systems Go to
  • Sea level change Go to
  • Sea-level change Go to
  • Sea level rise Go to
  • Sea level variations at regional and global scales (observation from satellite altimetry and tide gauges; study of climatic causes: ocean thermal expansion and salinity effects, mass balance of the ice sheets, land water storage change, etc.) Go to
  • Seamless Coupled Earth System modeling Go to
  • Sedimentary basin (East European, Siberian, North American basin evolution) Go to
  • Sedimentary basin evolution Go to
  • Sedimentary basins formation and evolution Go to
  • Sedimentary basins Go to
  • Sedimentary geology Go to
  • Sedimentary petrology Go to
  • Sediment fluxes in big rivers (Brahmaputra, Ganga, Indus, Po, Nile) Go to
  • Sedimentology Go to
  • Sedimentology Go to
  • Sedimentology Go to
  • Sedimentology Go to
  • Sedimentology Go to
  • sedimentology of reefs and carbonate platforms Go to
  • Seismic and volcanic hazard analysis Go to
  • Seismic hazard and engineering seismology Go to
  • Seismic hazard and risk analysis Go to
  • Seismic hazard (Vrancea, Tibet-Himalayan, Caucasus) Go to
  • Seismicity and seismotectonics of the Mediterranean and of the Ibero-Maghrebian region Go to
  • seismicity and structure of the Pyrenees Go to
  • Seismic methods and technical developments in (applied) geophysics Go to
  • Seismic microzonation of urban settlements and seismic hazard Go to
  • Seismic Monitoring and management of Research Infrastructures Go to
  • Seismic ray theory Go to
  • Seismic reflection survey techniques to explore deep into the Earth's crust and upper mantle as a basis for studying continental lithosphere dynamics (BIRPS, the European Geotraverse) Go to
  • seismic risk Go to
  • Seismic, Sequence and Global Stratigraphy (stratigraphy of the continental margins, stable-isotopic stratigraphy, magnetostratigraphy and radiochronology) Go to
  • Seismics Go to
  • Seismics Go to
  • Seismic waves Go to
  • Seismic waves in anisotropic media, seismic waves in inhomogeneous media, seismic waves in dissipative media, seismic waves in layered media Go to
  • Seismic waves in singular regions Go to
  • SEISMOLOGY AND GEODYNAMICS Go to
  • Seismology Go to
  • Seismology Go to
  • Seismology Go to
  • Seismology Go to
  • SEISMOLOGY Go to
  • Seismology Go to
  • Seismology Go to
  • Seismology Go to
  • Seismology Go to
  • seismology Go to
  • Seismology Go to
  • Seismology Go to
  • Seismo-thermo-mechanical modelling of seismic cycles Go to
  • Sesimology Go to
  • Simulation of coupled thermal-hydraulic-mechanical processes Go to
  • Sky-scanning photometry Go to
  • Slamming (evaluation of extreme impact pressures that can affect the integrity of structures) Go to
  • Small bodies in the Solar System: comets and minor planets Go to
  • Societal response to global warming Go to
  • Soil-plant root interactions Go to
  • SOIL SCIENCE Go to
  • Soil science Go to
  • Soil science Go to
  • Soil science Go to
  • Solar activity Go to
  • solar evolution Go to
  • Solar physics Go to
  • Solar physics Go to
  • Solar physics Go to
  • Solar Physics: Solar "constant" and its variability; influence of solar activity on irradiance; helioseismology by irradiance measurements; relation between characteristics of solar oscillations and irradiance Go to
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