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Preface: Climate extremes and biogeochemical cycles in the terrestrial biosphere: impacts and feedbacks across scales

M. Bahn, M. Reichstein, K. Guan, J. M. Moreno, C. Williams
2015 Biogeosciences  
We thank Yiqi Luo and Peter van Bodegom for their editorial handling of one and two of the manuscripts, respectively, which were submitted as part of this special issue.  ...  The special issue complements another recent special issue of Biogeosciences entitled "Impacts of extreme climate events and disturbances on carbon dynamics" ( html  ...  used for predicting this important carbon flux under altered precipitation regimes and highlighting the need for well-comparable experiments.  ... 
doi:10.5194/bg-12-4827-2015 fatcat:wpj66ppiv5bc5ptqb5okratkfm

Preface to the special issue: Towards improving understanding and prediction of Arctic change and its linkage with Eurasian mid-latitude weather and climate

Xiangdong Zhang, Thomas Jung, Muyin Wang, Yong Luo, Tido Semmler, Andrew Orr
2017 Advances in Atmospheric Sciences  
2018: Preface to the special issue: Towards improving understanding and prediction of Arctic change and its linkage with Eurasian mid-latitude weather and climate. Adv. Atmos.  ...  The editorial team appreciates the above projects and organizations for their contribution to polar research and this special issue.  ...  Andrew ORR is a member of the International Commission on Polar Meteorology, International Association of Meteorology and Atmospheric Sciences.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s00376-017-7004-7 fatcat:dh3dmnuqtfblvl27xalxpvxuta

Preface: Advances in OpenSees Applications to Civil Engineering

Joel Conte, Frank McKenna, Quan Gu
2019 CMES - Computer Modeling in Engineering & Sciences  
With this background in mind, this special issue mainly focuses on, but not limited to, the sustained developments and wide-spread applications of OpenSees in the civil engineering.  ...  To recognize his great efforts, this special issue is about the applications of OpenSees in civil engineering, and Computer Modeling in Engineering & Sciences (CMES) is a suitable journal for this special  ...  special issue is briefly summarized below. Li et al.  ... 
doi:10.32604/cmes.2019.08174 fatcat:ew62qa4tgjbwzmuhbcxnzw76wm

Guest editors' preface to special issue on interval temporal logics

Ben Moszkowski, Dimitar Guelev, Martin Leucker
2014 Annals of Mathematics and Artificial Intelligence  
Acknowledgments The guest editors would like to thank the AMAI Editor-in-Chief Professor Martin Golumbic for agreeing to have the special issue, and for his encouragement and support from beginning until  ...  A special thanks is reserved for the reviewers of the special issue's submissions for making careful assessments and providing constructive advice to the authors and guest editors.  ...  s article in the special issue).  ... 
doi:10.1007/s10472-014-9417-7 fatcat:j7tch4ezf5cqzdl2mvbd6xfvbe

Between cultures

Ulrike Agathe Schroder
2020 Journal of Speech Sciences  
In this sense, the study aims to gap the bridge between conversational and interactional linguistics, on the one hand, and cognitive and cultural linguistics, on the other.  ...  The following article aims at showing how co-participants in talk-in-interaction co-construct intercultural experience multimodally, that is, on verbal, prosodic and gestural-corporal levels.  ...  This is valid especially for approximations of cognitive linguistics, on the one hand, and conversation analysis, as well as interactional linguistics, on the other.  ... 
doi:10.20396/joss.v9i00.14963 fatcat:siroaprkq5dwfbvjymdb3rg2ju

Multimodal Gestalts and Their Change Over Time: Is Routinization Also Grammaticalization?

Anja Stukenbrock
2021 Frontiers in Communication  
The data are in German and come from 12 h of video-recordings of self-defense trainings for young women.  ...  This has led to a discussion in multimodal conversation analysis and interactional linguistics whether the routinization of embodied actions can be described in terms of grammar and grammaticalization.  ...  mobilized in social interaction: First, I focus on how gaze projects the focal space for an embodied action.  ... 
doi:10.3389/fcomm.2021.662240 fatcat:j747jnh5nbc5pkuly6bn6hikou

Preface "Coastal hypoxia and anoxia: a multi-tiered holistic approach"

M. Stachowitsch
2014 Biogeosciences  
The present special issue examines the changes in the sediment and at the sedimentwater interface, the accompanying responses of the benthic meio-and macrofauna, and the post-anoxia processes.  ...  ., 2014 use the visibility and location of the in-and epifauna, as well as their locomotion, body movement, body posture, interactions and other species-specific features to detail the varied behavioral  ... 
doi:10.5194/bg-11-2281-2014 fatcat:fhw5axcdh5ckdebltzzbi4y54e

Showing 'digital' objects in web-based video chats as a collaborative achievement

Laura Rosenbaun, Christian Licoppe
2017 Pragmatics: Quarterly Publication of the International Pragmatics Association  
We draw on data from multiparty Google Hangouts On Air (HOAs) to show that while digital and material showings share an overall sequential organization, the former display the emergence of unique collaborative  ...  These involve participants' collaboration to retrieve a digital object so as to ensure a shared perceptual experience on screen of said object.  ...  Heath & Von Lehn 2004) , as well as that involved in showing (Licoppe & Morel, 2014) , are co-emergent and mutually elaborated along the concurrent talk-in-interaction.  ... 
doi:10.1075/prag.27.3.05ros fatcat:azg2artambgnte5ulmsihajrai

Preface to the special issue "The International Union of Geodesy and Geophysics: from different spheres to a common globe"

Jo Ann Joselyn, Alik Ismail-Zadeh
2019 History of Geo- and Space Sciences  
The purpose of this special issue (SI) is not to relay a definitive history of the development of international cooperation in the geosciences, but to summarize IUGG's remarkable role during the 100-year  ...  the concurrent evolution of IUGG structure and programs extending up to the General Assembly of 1999.  ... 
doi:10.5194/hgss-10-17-2019 fatcat:ynqavdgs7napnkcyg3tjd5ue2i

Anomie in the Oil Patch: A Preliminary Analysis

F. Matt Jones
2016 International Journal of Rural Criminology  
exists in the oil extracting regions of western North Dakota; and (2) on a theoretical level, Durkheim's theory of anomie is discussed and proposed as an explanation for the rising rates of crime and  ...  This article explores the relationship between rising rates of violent crime and suicide in the oil producing region of western North Dakota during a time of rapid expansion for the oil extraction industry  ...  thoughts on anomie from the preface of the second edition of The Division of Labor.  ... 
doi:10.18061/1811/78044 fatcat:lfyw2ncckfdwfgywwvlnd3b2mm

Resumptions as multimodal achievements in conversational (story)tellings

Marika Helisten
2017 Journal of Pragmatics  
The study focuses on resumptions prefaced with the discourse markers 'but' and 'anyway', which seem to be used interchangeably in this sequential position but also exhibit subtle differences in terms of  ...  Using video recordings of mundane interactions in English as data, the study discusses some of the regularities involved in how these special devices are used and identifies a systematic, multimodal practice  ...  For example, in her study on the different conversational uses of but in American English interaction, Y.-Y.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.pragma.2017.01.014 fatcat:wc4xhl7nnfgihkye2gtupfxzpa

'He moved then?': The management of worry-indicative information requests in moderate and high-risk fetal ultrasounds

Minéia Frezza, Ana Cristina Ostermann
2021 Calidoscópio  
in a medical exam that does not typically comprise a specific phase for that (Nishizaka, 2010, 2011b, 2014).  ...  The physicians performing the scans respond to those requests while dealing with the contingencies inherent to the context of fetal ultrasounds and that have implications in attending to the requests.  ...  of resources [and these multiple activities] may be more or less concurrent or simultaneous without one being referentially embedded in another" (Nishizaka, 2014, pp. 80-81) .  ... 
doi:10.4013/cld.2021.192.02 fatcat:bgaecgbmx5b5jkoauvjiikq3mi

Current Understanding of the Use of Alkaline Extractions of Soils to Investigate Soil Organic Matter and Environmental Processes

Tsutomu Ohno, Nancy J. Hess, Nikolla P. Qafoku
2019 Journal of Environmental Quality  
Conflict of Interest The authors declare that there is no conflict of interest regarding the publication of this article.  ...  This special issue of the Journal of Environmental Quality includes 10 papers on the subject of "Alkaline Extraction of Soils and Natural Waters to Understand Environmental Processes" and contributes to  ...  ., 2014) .  ... 
doi:10.2134/jeq2019.08.0292 fatcat:qofkiqwk4rdxrgussqajd2chvy

Book Review: Unfinished Modernisations: Between Utopia and Pragmatism, edited by Maroje Mrduljaš and Vladimir Kulić

Jelena Bogdanović
2014 Southeastern Europe  
Kulić further specialized in modernism in 1950s and 1960s socialist Yugoslavia, which is also a focus of his forthcoming book based on his doctoral dissertation in architectural history from the University  ...  Among his numerous projects, are studies about architecture of hotels along the Adriatic Littoral and about the role of Team X on the architecture in the region of Southeastern Europe.  ...  cities: (New) Belgrade, (New) Zagreb, the entirely new city Nova Gorica; on reconstruction projects for Zadar, Sarajevo, and Split; and on Kenzo Tange's winning project for the reconstruction of Skopje  ... 
doi:10.1163/18763332-03802009 fatcat:3br5qeearvcathdl7antyqwkki

The mental health of police personnel: what we know & what we need to know and do (CACP-MHCC Conference 13–15 February 2017)

Astrid Ahlgren
2017 Journal of community safety & well-being  
The issue of mental health and wellness has gained greater attention in society as a whole in the past decade.  ...  The Canadian Association of Chiefs of Police (CACP) has had this topic on its radar for even longer, and continued this sustained emphasis at the 13–15 February 2017 conference entitled "The Mental Health  ...  In March 2014 the CACP and MHCC held a national conference in Toronto entitled "Balancing Individual Safety, Community Safety and Life Quality: a Conference to Improve Interaction for Persons with Mental  ... 
doi:10.35502/jcswb.46 fatcat:5jdonawndfgvtnoyym3dh2nwou
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