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Höhlen : verborgene Welten
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ISBN: 9783534198993 Year: 2008 Publisher: Darmstadt WBG

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Transport of carbon and nutrients in lakes and estuaries : workshop proceedings Den Burg Texel The Netherlands, September 14-18, 1987
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Year: 1993 Publisher: Hamburg : SCOPE/UNEP International Carbon Unit,

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Biogeochemistry of major world rivers
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ISBN: 0471926760 Year: 1991 Publisher: Chichester Wiley

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Life on Earth and other Planetary Bodies
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ISBN: 9789400749665 Year: 2012 Publisher: Dordrecht Springer Netherlands Imprint Springer

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This volume covers aspects of life on Earth with all its diversity and the possibilities of extraterrestrial life. It presents contributions by experts from 20 countries who discuss astrobiology emphasizing life as we know it  to extraterrestrial places. In the chapters on life in the Cosmos, the authors emphasized in particular certain planets and satellites within the Solar System. On Earth, life also exists at the edge with harsh limitations (such as extremophiles growing in severe environments). Some chapters address the extremophiles in niches of microbial life in terrestrial halo-environments, the local life without water, and the dormancy of polar cyanobacteria, while others focus on microorganisms dwelling in severe conditions such as lava caves. All those conditions of harsh environments, including the Antarctic biota, could serve as analogues for other planets. Special stress is given to the frozen worlds of Mars; Europa, the satellite of Jupiter; and life in the Saturn neighborhood with its moon Titan. The subsurface under the icy layers of these celestial bodies may contain large oceans that have extant or extinct microbial life. Other chapters discuss the habitability of exoplanets, Galacticpanspermia, molecules, and prokaryotes below the planetary surface, halophile life in the Universe, and the SETI search for extraterrestrial intelligence in the Cosmos.

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Geochemie, Hydrographie und Morphogenese des Gipskarstgebietes von Düna/Südharz
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Year: 1976 Publisher: Stuttgart Schweizerbart

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Interactions of biogeochemical cycles in aqueous ecosystems : workshop proceedings Listvyanka/Irkutsk, USSR September 2-8, 1988
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Year: 1992 Publisher: Hamburg : SCOPE/UNEP International Carbon Unit,

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Life on Earth and other Planetary Bodies
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ISBN: 9400749651 9400792042 940074966X 1283742187 Year: 2012 Publisher: Dordrecht : Springer Netherlands : Imprint: Springer,

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This volume covers aspects of life on Earth with all its diversity and the possibilities of extraterrestrial life. It presents contributions by experts from 20 countries who discuss astrobiology emphasizing life “as we know it” to extraterrestrial places. In the chapters on life in the Cosmos, the authors emphasized in particular certain planets and satellites within the Solar System. On Earth, life also exists at the edge with harsh limitations (such as extremophiles growing in severe environments). Some chapters address the extremophiles in niches of microbial life in terrestrial halo-environments, the local life without water, and the dormancy of polar cyanobacteria, while others focus on microorganisms dwelling in severe conditions such as lava caves. All those conditions of harsh environments, including the Antarctic biota, could serve as analogues for other planets. Special stress is given to the frozen worlds of Mars; Europa, the satellite of Jupiter; and life in the Saturn neighborhood with its moon Titan. The subsurface under the icy layers of these celestial bodies may contain large oceans that have extant or extinct microbial life. Other chapters discuss the habitability of exoplanets, Galacticpanspermia, molecules, and prokaryotes below the planetary surface, halophile life in the Universe, and the SETI search for extraterrestrial intelligence in the Cosmos.


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Transport of carbon and nutrients in lakes and estuaries

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Transport of carbon and minerals in major world rivers.
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Year: 1983 Publisher: Hamburg : Im Selbstverlag des Geologisch-Paläontologischen Institutes der Universität Hamburg,

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Transport of carbon and minerals in major world rivers.
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Year: 1985 Publisher: Hamburg : Im Selbstverlag des Geologisch-Paläontologischen Institutes der Universität Hamburg,

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