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Results of Geomagnetic Observations - Polish Polar Station Hornsund, Spitsbergen, 2005
Author(s): Glegolski W., Gnoiński A.
This volume contains the results of observations of the Earth's magnetic field carried out at the Polish Polar Station Hornsund in Spitsbergen in the year 2005.
Results of Geomagnetic Observations - Belsk Geophysical Observatory 2005
Author(s): Marianiuk J., Neska M., Reda J.
The publication contains results of geomagnetic observations performed in 2005; it is a consecutive, fortieth issue in the series of yearbooks listing observations of the natural magnetic field of the Earth at the Central Geophysical Observatory at Belsk.
Results of Atmospheric Electricity and Meteorological Observations, S. Kalinowski Geophysical Observatory at Świder, 2005
Author(s): Kubicki M.
The present issue contains the results of recordings of some elements of atmospheric electricity and daily observations of major meteorological factors noted at the S. Kalinowski Geophysical Observatory of the Polish Academy of Sciences at Świder in 2005. Data for years 1957-1965 have been published in "Prace Obserwatorium Geofizycznego im. S. Kalinowskiego w Świdrze" and for 1966-2004 in "Publications of the Institute of Geophysics, Polish Academy of Sciences".
This Volume arose from XXVI International School of Hydraulics held at Bartlowizna Leisure and Training Center at Goniądz, Poland, in the period of 19-22 September 2006. The meeting attracted a group of both – top researchers mostly from around Europe, and young scientists. Conference venue was located in the heart of Biebrza National Park, unique in Europe for its marshes and peatlands, as well as its highly diversified fauna, especially birds – the Park was designated as a wetland site of global significance and is under protection of the RAMSAR Convention.
Ecological Aspects of Mössbauer Study of Iron-Containing Atmospheric Aerosol
Author(s): Kopcewicz B.
Aerosols are minor, compared to gases, components of the atmosphere, but their role is enhanced by their omnipresence, interactions with atmospheric radiation, and participation in chemical reactions and cloud formation processes. It was not until the 1950s that the regulation of particulate substances in the ambient air has been recognized as an important issue in pollution control. Since that time, the particle size, beside the total concentration of suspended particles, started to be an important subject of environmental studies.