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Estimation of subglacial hydraulic properties from induced changes in basal water pressure: a theoretical framework for borehole-response tests
In this paper we develop a theoretical model describing water motion in a coupled borehole-subglacial flow system. The theory applies to basal drainage systems having multiple and extensiveExpand
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IN SITU MEASUREMENTS OF BASAL WATER QUALITY AND PRESSURE AS AN INDICATOR OF THE CHARACTER OF SUBGLACIAL DRAINAGE SYSTEMS
Continuous subglacial measurements of turbidity and electrical conductivity — two indicators of basal water quality — can be used to help characterize subglacial drainage systems. These indicators ofExpand
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Music in the Holocaust: confronting life in the Nazi ghettos and camps
modes, known collectively as nusah hatefillah, were explored endlessly in cantorial pieces and improvizations of the Golden Age. Glantz came at the end of this period and observed that these modesExpand
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Wounded Healing: Exploring the Circle of Compassion in The Helping Relationship
Much has been written in the literature of psychology, medicine, alternative healing modalities, shamanism, and mythology, about the wounded healer and the ways in which the healer's own woundsExpand
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The historiography of genocide
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Breeding Superman: Nietzsche, Race and Eugenics in Edwardian and Interwar Britain
Acknowledgements Introduction: The Extremes of Englishness 1. Oscar Levy: A Nietzschean Vision 2. Anthony Mario Ludovici: A 'Light-Weight Superman' 3. Nietzsche and Eugenics 4. Race and Eugenics 5.Expand
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Ghettostadt: Łódź and the Making of a Nazi City
Several major studies of Łódź have appeared recently, including studies that have long been in preparation and a translation of a major work previously only available in Yiddish. Studies of otherExpand
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Colonialism and Genocide
Introduction. It is Scarcely Possible to Believe that Human Beings Could be so Hideous and Loathsome: Discourses of Genocide in Eighteenth- and Nineteenth-Century America and Australia. Mr Darwin'sExpand
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Inversion of borehole-response test data for estimation of subglacial hydraulic properties
Response tests are widely used in ground-water studies to assess the hydraulic properties of sub-surface water-flow systems. The simplicity of such tests also makes them attractive for investigationExpand
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Subglacial measurement of turbidity and electrical conductivity
Direct measurements of the properties of subglacial water are necessary for understanding water flow beneath glaciers. In this paper we describe the construction, calibration and field usage of twoExpand
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