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Special Issues - November 2018

2018 special issues

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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.

Earth sciences historySociety of Arts and the Encouragement of Mineralogy and Geology (1754–1900) Meeting

Earth sciences history vol.37 no.2 Pages 229-379 (2018)
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The first eight papers in this issue are derived from a meeting about the Society for the Encouragement of Arts, Manufactures and Commerce and its role in the development of geology and mineralogy.

Palaeogeography, palaeoclimatology, palaeoecologyCenozoic climate change in Eastern Asia - part 1

Palaeogeography, palaeoclimatology, palaeoecology vol.510 Pages 1-152 (1 December 2018)
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This special issue provides new studies in the field of Cenozoic climate change in eastern Asia. The papers examine a range of topics including palaeovegetation, sedimentology, clay mineralogy, geochemistry, magnetostratigraphy, and climate modelling. These relate to the Asian monsoon and aridification of the Asian inland, and Cenozoic climate changes in eastern Asia.

Global and planetary changeFrom the deep Earth to the surface - a multiscale approach

Global and planetary change vol.171 Pages 1-322 (December 2018)
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This volume is organized in sections on lithospheric and crustal scale evolution; process-oriented modelling; evolution of sedimentary basins; orogenic and magmatic processes; and societal understanding of deep Earth to surface processes.

Journal of Asian earth sciencesLarge-scale porphyry-type mineralization in the Central Asian Metallogenic Domain

Journal of Asian earth sciences vol.165 Pages 1-382 (1 October 2018)
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Twenty-one papers on petrogenetic and metallogenic models proposed for the porphyry-type deposits in the Cenozoic subductional arc setting and collisional environment; and the geodynamic setting and background, magmatism, fluid activity and metallogenesis related to the formation of the super-large and large-scale porphyry-type mineralization in the Central Asian Metallogenic Domain.