Boca Raton, FL : CRC Press, Taylor & Francis Group, 
Book — 1 online resource.
Part A: Surveying and mine surveying
Impact of a horizontal refraction on a geodetic network adjustment M. Bajtala & S. Sokol
3D digital mapping of cave spaces in Slovakia by terrestrial laser scanning K. Bartos, K. Pukanska, S. Rakay, J. Sabova & P. Bella
Precision of angular measurement of total stations Trimble M3 J. Braun
Historical boundary marks-an outstanding heritage O. Dudacek & V. Cada
Multi-sensor monitoring of suspended steel bridge structure J. Erdelyi, A. Kopacik & P. Kyrinovic
Pedestrian positioning using smartphones in building with atypical geometry L. Erdelyiova, P. Kajanek & A. Kopacik
Landslide movements analysis: The case of Kadzielnia in Kielce P. Frackiewicz, K. Krawczyk & J. Szewczyk
Verification of horizontal circles quality of surveying instruments V. Haskova
Accuracy analysis of continual geodetic diagnostics of a railway line J. Izvoltova & T. Cesnek
Verification of the quality of selected electro-optical rangefinders according to STN ISO 17123-4:
2013 J. Jezko & S. Sokol
Landslide movement monitoring as an element of landscape protection K. Krawczyk & J. Szewczyk
Measuring and creating of the mapping documentation of the part of the Josef Gallery T. Kremen
Influence of image compression on image and reference point accuracy in photogrammetric measurement M. Marcis & M. Frastia
Photogrammetric deformation measurement of concrete flat slab M. Marcis, M. Frastia & T. Augustin
High-resolution 3-D mapping for the survey of valuable inaccessible Medvedia Cave in the National Park of Slovensky raj K. Pukanska, K. Bartos, J. Sabova & D. Tometzova
The influence of refraction on determination of position of objects under water using total station S. Rakay, K. Bartos & K. Pukanska
Enhanced maximal precision increment method for network measurement optimization M. Stroner, O. Michal & R. Urban
Errors of electronic high precision short distance measurement M. Stroner, J. Braun, F. Dvoracek & R. Urban
Mapping of spoil heap by commercial and home-assembled fixed-wing UAV systems R. Urban, B. Koska & M. Stroner
The comparison of selected robust estimation methods for adjustment of measurements in geodetic network V. Zeliznakova & T. Hurcik
Part B: Geodetic control and geodynamics
Is Galileo ready for precise geodetic applications? L. Gerhatova, M. Minarikova & M. Ferianc
Application of microgravity for searching of cavities in historical sites J. Chromcak, J. Izvoltova & M. Grinc
Kronstadt height datum on the territories of the Czech and Slovak republics and its connection to a global vertical reference frame V. Vatrt, R. Machotka & M. Buday
Part C: Cartography and geoinformatics
Some possibilities of using geographic information systems in analysis of the potential of destination Slovensky raj (Slovakia) in tourism P. Blistan, M. Soltesova, B. Krsak, C. Sidor & L. Strba
Aggregation of uncertain information and its implementation in geographic information systems and spatial databases R. Duraciova, M. Munko & J. Caha
SQL base for managers and visitors of the Kielce botanical garden R. Florek Paszkowski
Displaying of easements in vector cadastral maps L. Hudecova & R. Geisse
3D visualization of extraction progress in the quarry Lehotka pod Brehmi using tools of digital cartography V. Hurcikova, S. Molcikova & T. Hurcik
Conceptual basis for a modeling cultural heritage in Slovakia: Harmonisation requirements and application the Humboldt project tools K. Krockova
Open structured databases' use for spatial econometrics within data-driven governance and business intelligence B. Krsak, C. Sidor & L. Strba
Analysis of LiDAR data with low density in the context of its applicability for the cultural heritage documentation T. Lieskovsky, J. Faixova Chalachanova, L. Lessova & M. Hornak
Classification of digitized old maps M. Talich, O. Boehm & L. Soukup.
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The International Scientific and Professional Conference on Geodesy, Cartography and Geoinformatics 2017 (GCG 2017) was organized under the auspices of the Faculty of Mining, Ecology, Process Control and Geotechnologies, Technical University of Kosice (SK), Pavol Jozef Safarik University in Kosice (SK), Faculty of Civil Engineering, STU Bratislava (SK), Faculty of Civil Engineering, CTU Prague (CZ), University of Technology, Kielce (PL), AGH University of Science and Technology, Krakow (PL), Upper Nitra Mines Prievidza, plc. (SK) and the Slovakian Mining Society (SK). The conference was held from October 10 - 13, 2017, in Low Tatras, Slovakia. The purpose of the conference was to provide a forum for prominent scientists, researchers and professionals from Slovakia, Poland and the Czech Republic to present novel and fundamental advances in the fields of geodesy, cartography and geoinformatics. Conference participants had the opportunity to exchange and share their experiences, research and results solved within scientific research projects with other colleagues. The conference focused on a wide spectrum of actual topics and subject areas in Surveying and Mine Surveying, Geodetic Control and Geodynamics, and Cartography and Geoinformatics and collected in this proceedings volume. (source: Nielsen Book Data) 9780429012884 20180625
1.Pullback attractor crisis in a delay differential ENSO model.- 2.Shear-wave splitting indicates non-linear dynamic deformation in the crust and upper mantle.- 3.Stochastic parameterization of subgrid-scale processes: A review of recent physically-based approaches.- 4.Large-scale atmospheric phenomena under the lens of ordinal time-series analysis and information theory measures.- 5.Supermodeling: Synchronization of alternate dynamical models of a single.- 6.Are We Measuring the Right Things for Climate?.- 7.What have complex network approaches learned us about El Nino?.- 8.Late Quaternary climate response at
100 kyr: A noise-induced cycle suppression mechanism.- 9.Role of nonlinear eddy forcing in the dynamics of multiple zonal jets.- 10.Data-adaptive Harmonic Decomposition and Stochastic Modeling of Arctic Sea Ice.- 11.Cautionary remarks on the auto-correlation analysis of self-similar time series.- 12.Emergence of Coherent Clusters in the Ocean.- 13.The Rise and Fall of Thermodynamic Complexity and the Arrow of Time.- 14.From fractals to stochastics-: Seeking theoretical consistency in analysis of geophysical data.- 15.Role of nonlinear dynamics in accelerated warming of Great Lakes.- 16.The Prediction of Nonlinear Polar Motion based on Artificial Neural Network (ANN) and Fuzzy Inference System (FIS) .- 17.Harnessing butterflies: theory and practice of the Stochastic Seasonal to Interannual Prediction System (StocSIPS).- 18.Regime change detection in irregularly sampled time series.- 19.Topological Data Analysis: Developments and Applications.- 20.Nonlinear dynamical approach to atmospheric predictability.- 21.Linked by dynamics: wavelet-based mutual information rate as a connectivity measure and scale-specific networks.- 22.Non-Extensive Statistical Mechanics: Overview of Theory and Applications in Seismogenesis, Climate, and Space Plasma.- 23.Spatial Patterns of Peak Flow Quantiles Based on Power-Law Scaling in the Mississippi River Basin.- 24.Studying the Complexity of Rainfall within California via a Fractal Geometric Method.- 25.Pandora box of multifractals: barely open?.- 26.Complex networks and hydrologic applications.- 27.Convergent Cross Mapping: Theory and an Example.- 28.Randomnicity: randomness as a property of the universe.- 29.Insights in climate dynamics from climate networks.- 30.On the range of frequencies of intrinsic climate oscillations.- 31.The prediction of non-stationary climate series by incorporating external forces.- 32.The impact of nonlinearity on the targeted observations for tropical cyclone prediction.
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Advances in Nonlinear Geosciences is a set of contributions from the participants of "30 Years of Nonlinear Dynamics" held July 3-8, 2016 in Rhodes, Greece as part of the Aegean Conferences, as well as from several other experts in the field who could not attend the meeting. The volume brings together up-to-date research from the atmospheric sciences, hydrology, geology, and other areas of geosciences and presents the new advances made in the last 10 years. Topics include chaos synchronization, topological data analysis, new insights on fractals, multifractals and stochasticity, climate dynamics, extreme events, complexity, and causality, among other topics. (source: Nielsen Book Data) 9783319588940 20180213
Boulder, Colorado : The Geological Society of America, 2018.
Book — iv, 433 pages : illustrations, maps (some color) ; 28 cm.
"This volume includes compelling science and field trips in Indiana, Illinois, Kentucky, Michigan, and Ohio. Take a journey through the Heartland to sand dunes, outcrops, quarries, rivers, caves, and springs that connect Paleozoic stratigraphy with the assembly of Gondwana, continental glaciation with Quaternary geomorphology and hydrology, and landscape with the human environment"-- Provided by publisher.
Cambridge, United Kingdom ; New York, NY : Cambridge University Press, 2018.
Book — xi, 262 pages : illustrations, maps ; 24 cm
1. Major nineteenth-century players--
2. Towards a geologic time scale--
3. A vestige of a beginning: the age of the Earth--
4. The origin of Igneous rocks--
5. Tectonics in crisis--
6. Continental drift--
7. Plate tectonics--
8. Isotope and trace element geology--
9. Ice ages and ice cores--
10. Geology and evolution of the Moon--
11. Welcome to the anthropocene: a man-made epoch?--
12. The structure of geological revolutions-- Index.
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Geology as a science has a fascinating and controversial history. Kieran D. O'Hara's book provides a brief and accessible account of the major events in the history of geology over the last two hundred years, from early theories of Earth structure during the Reformation, through major controversies over the age of the Earth during the Industrial Revolution, to the more recent twentieth-century development of plate tectonic theory, and on to current ideas concerning the Anthropocene. Most chapters include a short 'text box' providing more technical and detailed elaborations on selected topics. The book also includes a history of the geology of the Moon, a topic not normally included in books on the history of geology. The book will appeal to students of Earth science, researchers in geology who wish to learn more about the history of their subject, and general readers interested in the history of science. (source: Nielsen Book Data) 9781107176188 20180813