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Livre | Ice Caves | Première Édition

Éditeurs: Aurel Persoiu Stein-Erik Lauritzen | ISBN: 9780128118573
Édition Elsevier | 2018 | 752 pages

Avec la participation de Jacques Schroeder, professseur | Département de géographie, UQAM

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Description
(en anglais)

Ice Caves synthesizes the latest research on ice caves from around the world, bringing to light important information that was heretofore buried in various reports, journals, and archives largely outside the public view. Ice caves have become an increasingly important target for the scientific community in the past decade, as the paleoclimatic information they host offers invaluable information about both present-day and past climate conditions. Ice caves are caves that host perennial ice accumulations and are the least studied members of the cryosphere. They occur in places where peculiar cave morphology and climatic conditions combine to allow for ice to form and persist in otherwise adverse parts of the planet. The book is an informative reference for scientists interested in ice cave studies, climate scientists, geographers, glaciologists, microbiologists, and permafrost and karst scientists.


Table des matières

PART I PERENNIAL ICE ACCUMULATIONS IN CAVES: OVERVIEW

CHAPTER 1 Introduction | Aurel Persoiu and Stein-Erik Lauritzen

CHAPTER 2 History of Ice Caves Research | Christiane Meyer

CHAPTER 3 Ice Caves Climate | Aurel Persoiu

CHAPTER 4 Ice Genesis, Morphology and Dynamics
              4.1 Ice Genesis and Types of Ice Caves | Bulat Mavlyudov
              4.2 Ice Surface Morphology | Pavel Bella
              4.3 Ice Dynamics in Caves | Aurel Persoiu

CHAPTER 5 Dating Cave Ice Deposits | Zoltan Kern

CHAPTER 6 Cryogenic Mineral Formation in Caves | Karel Zak and Bogdan P. P. Onac

CHAPTER 7 Ice Cave Fauna | Sanda Iepure

CHAPTER 8 Microbial Life in Ice Caves | Cristina Purcarea

CHAPTER 9 Paleoclimatic Significance of Cave Ice | Aurel Persoiu

CHAPTER 10 The Management of Ice Show Caves | Friedrich Oedl

PART II ICE CAVES OF THE WORLD

CHAPTER 11 Geography of Cave Glaciation | Bulat Mavlyudov

CHAPTER 12 Ice Caves in Switzerland | Marc Luetscher

CHAPTER 13 Ice Caves in Austria | Christoph Spötl

CHAPTER 14 Ice Caves in Montenegro and Bosnia and Herzegovina | Goran Barovic and Jasminko Mulaomerović

CHAPTER 15 Ice Caves in Canada | Charles Yonge, Derek Ford, Greg Horne, Bernard Emile Lauriol and Jacques Schroeder

CHAPTER 16 Ice Caves in Croatia | Nenad Buzjak

CHAPTER 17 Ice Caves in Germany | Christiane Meyer and Andreas Pflitsch

CHAPTER 18 Ice Caves in Greece | Christos Pennos

CHAPTER 19 Ice Caves in Italy | Valter Maggi, Renato R. Colucci, Federico Scoto, Gaetano Giudice and Luca Giovanni Randazzo

CHAPTER 20 Ice Caves in Iran | Mojgan Soleymani

CHAPTER 21 Ice Caves in Asia | Olga Kadebskaya

CHAPTER 22 Ice Caves in FYR of Macedonia | Marjan Temovski

CHAPTER 23 Ice Caves in Norway, Fennoscandia and the Arctic | Stein-Erik Lauritzen

CHAPTER 24 Ice Caves in Poland | Michał Gradziński

CHAPTER 25 Ice Caves in Romania | Traian Brad and Aurel Persoiu

CHAPTER 26 Ice Caves in Russia | Bulat Mavlyudov

CHAPTER 27 Ice Caves in Serbia | Jelena Calic

CHAPTER 28 Ice Caves in Spain
Enrique Cañadas, Manuel Gómez-Lende and Ánchel Belmonte Ribas

CHAPTER 29 Ice Caves in Slovakia | Pavel Bella

CHAPTER 30 Ice Caves in Slovenia | Andrej Mihevc

CHAPTER 31 Ice Caves in the USA | Aurel Persoiu, Stein-Erik Lauritzen, Arthur Palmer and Stephen R. Higham

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