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Soft dome tweeter

Known as: Tweeter (disambiguation) 
The soft dome tweeter is a particular type of tweeter invented and patented in 1967 by Bill Hecht, a renowned pioneer in the early days of audio… 
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Highly Cited
2015
Highly Cited
2015
The European Project for Ice Coring in Antarctica Dome ice core from Dome C (EDC) has allowed for the reconstruction of… 
Review
2012
Review
2012
..........................................................................................................................................................1 Chapter 1. The 1912 Eruption and its Importance ....................................................................................3 Overview of the Eruption ........................................................................................................3 Volcanological Significance of the 1912 Eruption ..............................................................3 Chapter 2. The Context of the 1912 Eruption ..........................................................................................13 Geographic Setting ...............................................................................................................13 Cultural Setting: Katmai Before 1912 .................................................................................13 Cultural Setting: The World in 1912 ....................................................................................14 Scientific Context of the Early Katmai Investigations .....................................................15 Geologic Setting of the Katmai Volcano Cluster ..............................................................17 Chapter 3. 1912 Eruption Narrative: What Was Actually Recorded in 1912 ......................................19 Chronology of Observations in 1912 ...................................................................................19 Environmental Impact of the Eruption ...............................................................................22 Recovery of Flora and Fauna ...............................................................................................22 Chapter 4. History of Investigations and Interpretations .....................................................................25 Chronology of Geologic Investigations at Katmai ............................................................25 Principal Contributors to the Early Geologic Investigations at Katmai ........................42 Chapter 5. Products of the 1912 Eruption ................................................................................................45 Eruptive Episode I ..................................................................................................................48 Layer A ...........................................................................................................................49 All-Rhyolite Ignimbrite .................................................................................................51 Layer B ...........................................................................................................................56 Compositionally Heterogeneous (Main) Valley-Filling Ignimbrite (VFI) ...............57 Compositionally Heterogeneous High-Energy Proximal Ignimbrite (HEPI) ........62 Time Constraints for Episode I ...................................................................................66 Eruptive Episodes II and III ..................................................................................................68 Layer C............................................................................................................................70 Layer D ...........................................................................................................................71 Layer E ............................................................................................................................71 Layer F ............................................................................................................................73 Layer G ...........................................................................................................................74 Layer H ...........................................................................................................................76 Proximal Pyroclastic Density Currents .....................................................................77 Proximal Fall Deposits: Contrasting Facies ..............................................................77 Eruptive Episode IV: Dacitic Phantom Dome and Block Bed .........................................78 Eruptive Episode V: Novarupta Rhyolite Dome .................................................................80 Chapter 6. Volcanological Aspects of the Primary Eruption Products ..............................................87 Volumes Erupted ....................................................................................................................87 Coignimbrite Ash and Coplinian Ash ..................................................................................87 
Highly Cited
2010
Highly Cited
2010
Abstract. Since its discovery in Greenland ice cores, the millennial scale climatic variability of the last glacial period has… 
Highly Cited
2007
Highly Cited
2007
Abstract. One-dimensional (1-D) ice flow models are used to construct the age scales at the Dome C and Dome Fuji drilling sites… 
Highly Cited
2000
Highly Cited
2000
Structural, thermobarometric, and thermochronologic investigations of the Kangmar Dome, southern Tibet, suggest that both… 
Highly Cited
1982
Highly Cited
1982
Recent measurements1,2 on ice samples from Camp Century (Greenland, 77°10'N, 61°08'W), Byrd Station (Antarctica, 80°01'S, 110°31…