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Special issues - February 2020

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Thematic special issues from e-journals which the Library provides offsite access to for Fellows using 'Athens' logins are listed below. Open Access special issues which require no passwords are also listed.


Hydrogeology journalAdvances in hydrogeologic understanding of Australia’s Great Artesian Basin

Hydrogeology journal vol.28 issue 1 Pages 1-459 (February 2020)
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This special issue aims to contribute to understanding of the Great Artesian Basin (GAB) to aid management of the basin. It also explores how knowledge gained from work conducted in the Surat Basin can inform research and management in other parts of the GAB. Topics include the history of the basin; a profile of Justin Costelloe; the Surat Basin of Queensland; the Western Margin of the GAB; and other GAB regions.

Proceedings of the ICE: geotechnical engineeringThemed issue on the 5th Italian Workshop on Landslides

Proceedings of the ICE: geotechnical engineering vol.172 no.6 Pages 463-568 (December 2019)
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Most of the papers in this issue are derived from the 5th Italian Workshop on Landslides which was held in Naples, Italy, on 28–30 May 2018. The theme of this Workshop was ‘Rainfall-induced landslides: nowcasting for early warning’.

Mediterranean geoscience reviewsGeology and geomorphology of the Cappadocia volcanic Province, Turkey

Mediterranean geoscience reviews vol.1 issue 2 Pages 163-296 (December 2019)
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The papers in this volume contains several articles concerning two important aspects of the evolution of the geological, geomorphological and biological features that took and still take part in forming and constructing today’s Cappadocia. The articles of this special issue concern two broad topics: (1) palaeoenvironments, and (2) processes and consequences of magmatic activity and their relationships with the evolution of the volcanic landscapes through time and space.