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AGU FALL MEETING. Aeolian Dust in Earth´s Climate System.

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Algo más, de la autora del blog y colegas, sobre los loess de Córdoba, Argentina.

51oxfh6mdql_sl500_aa300_libroHoy les presento un libro publicado en Nueva York por Nova Publishers, en donde he tenido la suerte de ser invitada a participar con un capítulo, en este caso compartido con otros dos colegas.

Ahora bien, debido a que en mi calidad de primera autora he debido firmar una cesión de derechos a la editorial, el mencionado capítulo no puede aparecer aquí sin violar los contratos establecidos, de modo que para leerlo, debo remitirlos a la página de la editorial, y/o de los distribuidores.

Pero puedo darles información relativa al libro mismo, cuya portada ilustra este post, y darles el título correspondiente al capítulo en cuestión.

Título del libro: Argentina: Environmental, Geographical and Cultural Issues.

Fecha de publicación: 30 de agosto de 2012

Idioma: Inglés.
Editores: Angelo E. Rossi, Lola S. Miranda
Editorial:    Nova Science Pub Incorporated, Nueva York.
ISBN 162081319X, 9781620813195

Capítulo correspondiente a Argüello et al., debe citarse como:

Argüello, G. L.; Dohrmann, R.;  Mansilla, L. 2012. Loess of Córdoba (Argentina) Central Plain, Present State of Knowledge and new Results  of Research. Capítulo en el libro Argentina: Educational, Geographical and Cultural Issues. Editores Rossi y Miranda. ISBN 162081319X, 9781620813195 Nova Science Pub Incorporated. New York.

Como ya les adelanté, los correspondientes links son:

http://books.google.com.ar/books?id=MNl2tgAACAAJ&dq=Argentina,+environmental+geographic+and+cultural+issues&source=bl&ots=hGPWYnuk-n&sig=ST0DVeJk7efosVxTqaBHdi90Vp8&hl=es&sa=X&ei=BEsqUO0xg6zwBODzgNgF&ved=0CDMQ6AEwAA

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http://www.amazon.ca/Argentina-Environmental-Geographical-Cultural-Issues/dp/toc/162081319X

Ya saben a dónde recurrir si el tema les interesa.

Un abrazo, y nos vemos el miércoles. Graciela.


Loess 2.0.AGU Fall Meeting 2011

We encourage submission of abstracts to the Paleoceanography and Paleoclimatology session PP19 ++ Loess 2.0 ++ for the AGU Fall Meeting, San Francisco, California, USA to be held December 05‐09, 2011.

You can read all the information through Scribd System

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Otra reunión internacional sobre Loess

Lo que sigue es la información que me han enviado mis colegas desde Alemania, y se refiere al tealto-fierro-y-ruta-36-014ma que es mi especialidad, razón por la cual tengo con ellos estrechos lazos.

Por eso he usado  ( a falta de otra cosa) ,para ilustrar el post una foto en la cual se ve un perfil de loess en el que la que suscribe trata de desentrañar información como la que se describe más abajo.

Debido a que el idioma oficial de la reunión es el inglés, considero innecesaria la traducción, ya que quien desee participar deberá necesariamente manejar de manera fluida ese idioma.

We encourage submission of abstracts to the Paleoceanography and
Paleoclimatology session PP03 ++ Loess 2.0 ++ for the AGU Fall Meeting,
San Francisco, California, USA to be held December 13-17, 2010. This
session aims to provide a lively forum to review fundamental scientific
steps in the study of aeolian sediment archives and discuss new
innovative approaches that enhance our understanding of those records.

Submissions by students and young scientists are particularly encouraged!

The deadline for submission of abstracts is 02 September, 2010, 2359 EDT
(Eastern Daylight Time). Abstract Submissions is open.
http://www.agu.org/meetings/fm10/

Session Announcement:
In recent years, rapid advances in the application of highly resolved
sedimentological and geochemical studies, in combination with various
geochronometric techniques and chronostratigraphic tools, have opened up
new vistas in the investigation of paleo-records of atmospheric dust
loading using aeolian sediment deposits. As these sediments are
widespread on the continents, novel multi-proxy investigations enhance
our understanding of long-term aeolian dust dynamics and climate
variability, linking intra to inter-hemispheric climates on time scales
ranging from glacial-interglacial to (sub)millennial.

Innovative contributions are welcome on the application of new and
established methodological approaches; results on stratigraphy,
geochronology, paleoclimatology, paleoenvironmental assessment; and
geoarchaeology of aeolian deposits in the Northern and Southern
Hemispheres. We especially encourage papers that either

(a) utilize high-resolution loess & dust records to reconstruct the
timing and dynamics of past synoptic atmospheric circulation patterns on
regional and inter-hemispheric scales;

(b) establish precise correlations and define atmospheric mechanisms
that link continental loess/dust records with aeolian records in ice
cores and/or the oceans; or

(c) address the challenging effort to incorporate the dust proxies of
past atmospheric processes into climate models.

This session aims to provide a lively forum to review fundamental
scientific steps in the study of aeolian sediment archives and discuss
new innovative approaches that enhance our understanding of those
records. Submissions by students and young scientists are particularly
encouraged!

Conveners:  ZhongPing Lai, Bjoern Machalett, Rick Oches, Helen Roberts

AGU Index terms: 4914, 4904, 0429, 1100, 1500

AGU’s new abstract submission software
Please note AGU’s new abstract submission software and procedure and
first author policy: “First Authors can have a maximum of 1 contributed
and 1 invited abstracts, or 2 invited abstracts.”
http://www.agu.org/meetings/fm10/program/abstract_submissions.php

Student Travel Grants
A limited number of Student Travel Grants for students who are first
authors and presenters of a poster or oral presentation will be awarded
to for the 2010 Fall Meeting.
Applications will be available 26 August 2010.
http://www.agu.org/education/grants/

“Low Income Countries”
Special discounts on the registrations rates are available to those from
low income countries.
http://www.agu.org/meetings/fm10/registration/rates.php

There is no abstract submissions fee for persons from qualifying
low-income countries.
http://www.agu.org/meetings/fm10/registration/low-income-countries.php

Loess 2.0 session information:
http://www.agu.org/meetings/fm10/program/scientific_session_search.php?show=detail&sessid=577
We look forward to seeing many of you in San Francisco! If you have any
questions please don’t hesitate to contact one of the conveners.

Congreso Internacional sobre Loess

bolivia-0491 Como vengo reservando los miércoles para gacetillas, les presento hoy la información que me envía mi colega la Dra Helen Roberts, desde el Reino Unido, aunque no deben confundirse: el evento se realizará en Estados Unidos.

No me gasto en traducirles la gacetilla, porque todo el evento se realizará en inglés, y en ese idioma deben presentarse los trabajos. Si no pueden leer la información de más abajo, ni intenten participar del congreso porque estarían más perdido que pingüino en Copacabana, ¿no les parece?

Loess 2.0 – Milestones and Recent Advances in the Study of Loess, Dust, and Other Aeolian Sediment Archives on AGU Fall Meeting, San Francisco, December 14-18, 2009

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[Printer friendly Loess 2.0 session flyer:

http://www.nakula.de/AGU2009/loess20.pdf]

Dear Colleagues:

We encourage submission of abstracts to the Paleoceanography and Paleoclimatology session PP03 ++ Loess 2.0 ++ for the AGU Fall Meeting, San Francisco , California , USA to be held December 14-18, 2009. This session aims to provide a lively forum to review fundamental scientific steps in the study of aeolian sediment archives and discuss new innovative approaches that enhance our understanding of those records.

Submissions by students and young scientists are particularly encouraged!

The deadline for submission of abstracts is 03 September, 2009, 2359 EDT (Eastern Daylight Time). Abstract Submissions is open.

http://www.agu.org/meetings/fm09/index.php

Session Announcement:

In recent years, rapid advances in the application of highly resolved sedimentological and geochemical studies, in combination with various geochronometric techniques and chronostratigraphic tools, have opened up new vistas in the investigation of paleo-records of atmospheric dust loading using aeolian sediment deposits. As these sediments are widespread on the continents, novel multi-proxy investigations enhance our understanding of long-term aeolian dust dynamics and climate variability, linking inter-hemispheric climates on time scales ranging from glacial-interglacial to (sub)millennial.

Innovative contributions are welcome on the application of new and established methodological approaches; results on stratigraphy, geochronology, paleoenvironmental assessments; and geoarchaeology of aeolian deposits in the Northern and Southern Hemispheres. We especially encourage papers that either

(a) utilize high-resolution loess & dust records to reconstruct the timing and dynamics of past synoptic atmospheric circulation patterns on regional and inter-hemispheric scales;

(b) establish precise correlations and define atmospheric mechanisms that link continental loess/dust records with aeolian records in ice cores and/or the oceans; or

(c) address the challenging effort to incorporate the dust proxies of past atmospheric processes into climate models.

This session aims to provide a lively forum to review fundamental scientific steps in the study of aeolian sediment archives and discuss new innovative approaches that enhance our understanding of those records. Submissions by students and young scientists are particularly encouraged!

Conveners:  ZhongPing Lai, Bjoern Machalett, Rick Oches, Helen Roberts

AGU Index terms: 4914, 4904, 0429, 1100, 1500

AGU’s new abstract submission software

Please note AGU’s new abstract submission software and procedure and first author policy: “First Authors can have a maximum of 1 contributed and 1 invited abstracts, or 2 invited abstracts.”

http://www.agu.org/meetings/fm09/index.php#software

Student Travel Grants

Limited number of grants for partial funding for students who are first authors and presenters of a poster or oral presentation are available.

Please note the requirements:

http://www.agu.org/meetings/fm09/outreach/student_travel.php

“Low Income Countries”

Special discounts on the registrations rates are available to those from low income countries.

http://www.agu.org/meetings/fm09/registration/rates.php

There is no abstract submissions fee for persons from qualifying low-income countries.

http://www.agu.org/meetings/fm09/registration/low-income-countries.php

Loess 2.0 session information:

http://www.agu.org/meetings/fm09/program/scientific_session_search.php?show=detail&sessid=48

We look forward to seeing many of you in San Francisco ! If you have any questions please contact one of the conveners.

Best wishes,

Zhongping Lai, Bjoern Machalett, Rick Oches, and Helen Roberts

ZhongPing Lai

QingHai Institute of Salt Lakes , XiNing

Chinese Academy of Sciences,

zplai@isl.ac.cn

Bjoern Machalett

Humboldt University of Berlin

Department of Geography,

b.machalett@nakula.de

Rick Oches

Department of Natural & Applied Sciences Bentley University , Waltham , roches@bentley.edu

Helen Roberts

Institute of Geography and Earth Sciences, Aberystwyth University , hmr@aber.ac.uk

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Dr. Helen M. Roberts
Institute of Geography and Earth Sciences,
Aberystwyth University ,
Aberystwyth, Ceredigion,
Wales , SY23 3DB.
U.K.

Tel: +44 (0)1970 622604
Fax: +44 (0)1970 622659

e-mail: hmr@aber.ac.uk      or      Helen.Roberts@aber.ac.uk

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