Angebote zu "Effect" (65 Treffer)

Declaré Pflege Ampullen Stress Balance Hautberu...
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2,95 € *
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Konzentrat zur Anwendung unter das Pflegeprodukt.mit src-complex SOFORT-EFFEKT• reduziert Hautreaktionen auf (chemische, mechanische, mikrobiologische, Umwelt-) Stressfaktoren• entzündungshemmende WirkungKUR-EFFEKT• gefäßaktive Wirkung (reduziert rote Äderchen, unterstützt Couperose Behandlung)• Irritationsvorbeugende und Repair-Wirkung

Anbieter: parfumdreams
Stand: 18.08.2019
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Madhouse Effect
15,99 € *
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The Madhouse Effect portrays the intellectual pretzels into which denialists must twist logic to explain away the clear evidence that human activity has changed Earth´s climate. Toles´s cartoons collapse counter-scientific strategies into their biased components, helping readers see how to best strike at these fallacies. Mann´s expert skills at science communication aim to restore sanity to a debate that continues to rage against widely acknowledged scientific consensus. The synergy of these two climate science crusaders enlivens the gloom and doom of so many climate-themed books - and may even convert die-hard doubters to the side of sound science.

Anbieter: buecher.de
Stand: 31.07.2019
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ASUS ROG Strix XG248Q Gaming-Monitor »60,5 cm (...
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UNBESIEGBAR DANK ÜBERLEGENER GESCHWINDIGKEIT Beim ROG Strix XG248Q geht es vor allem um Geschwindigkeit – das macht ihn zum idealen Monitor für eSports-Titel und Ego-Shooter. Dieser Full-HD-Monitor ist der Schnellste aller Zeiten und verfügt über eine Bildwiederholfrequenz von 240Hz, eine Reaktionszeit von 1ms sowie die Extreme Low Motion Blur-Technologie für ein extrem flüssiges Gameplay und eine ultra-realistische Bilddarstellung. Zusätzlich verfügt der ROG Strix XG248Q über unverwechselbare, Strix-exklusive Designelemente und die ASUS AURA-Sync-Beleuchtung, die für die richtige Lichtstimmung bei jedem Gaming-System oder auf jeder LAN-Party sorgt. EXKLUSIVE ASUS EXTREME LOW MOTION BLUR-TECHNOLOGIE Der ROG Strix XG248Q verfügt über die neueste ASUS Extreme Low Motion Blur-Technologie, die 1ms MPRT erreicht und damit nicht nur Schlierenbildung und Bewegungsunschärfe eliminiert, sondern auch bewegte Objekte schärfer aussehen lässt, um ein flüssigeres und direkteres Gameplay zu ermöglichen Leistung, Energieverbrauch & Umwelt: Produkt-Name: XG248Q, Energieeffizienzklasse: B, Bildschirmdiagonale in cm: 60.50, Bildschirmdiagonale in Zoll: 23.80, Leistungsaufnahme im Ein-Zustand: 32 W, Energieverbrauch in kWh im Jahr: 47, Leistungsaufnahme im Standby: , Leistungsaufnahme im Aus-Zustand: , Auflösung in Pixel (Horizontal x Vertikal): 1920 x 1080, Bild: Displaytechnologie: TN, Format: 16:9, Reaktionszeit: 1ms (Grau zu Grau), Kontrastverhältnis: 19000210, Helligkeit: 19000210, Pixelabstand: 0.155 mm, Farbunterstützung: 16,7m, Betrachtungswinkel (horizontal): 170°, Betrachtungswinkel (vertikal): 160°, Anschlüsse: Anzahl HDMI-Anschlüsse (2.0): 2, Kopfhöreranschluss: 3,5 mm Mini-Anschluss, Anzahl USB 3.0-Anschlüsse: 2, DisplayPort: 1, Allgemein: Höhenverstellbar: Ja, Pivot (90-Drehung): 0°~+90°, Neigungswinkelverstellung: +20°~-5°, Wandbefestigung nach VESA-Standard : 100x100mm, Sicherung: Kensington-Kabelschloss, Besonderheiten: Aura Sync lighting effect, Zubehör im Lieferumfang: Zubehör: Netzkabel, Kurzanleitung, Power adapter, Garantiebescheinigung, LED light covers, Support CD, Maße & Gewicht: Breite: 55,76 cm , Höhe ohne Standfuß: 33,46 cm , Höhe mit Standfuß: 38,56 - 50,56 cm , Tiefe ohne Standfuß: 7,61 cm , Tiefe mit Standfuß: 25,36 cm , Gewicht ohne Standfuß: 3,5 kg, Gewicht mit Standfuß: 6 kg,

Anbieter: OTTO
Stand: 18.08.2019
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Effects of Climate Change on Birds
98,99 € *
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This new edition provides an exhaustive and up-to-date synthesis of the rapidly expanding literature on birds and climate change.

Anbieter: buecher.de
Stand: 31.07.2019
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Nanoparticles in the Water Cycle
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As nanotechnology enters everyday life, engineered nanoparticles (ENP) will find their way into nature, including surface and groundwater. Here, distinguished experts of water chemistry present dedicated methods for the analysis of nanoparticles in the aquatic environment, their distribution and fate. This includes the influence of complex matrices such as wastewater, brown water with natural organic matter (NOM), and high salt concentrations as well as available and future standardized methods. The background of geogenic, natural nanoparticles is considered in a discussion of known environmental effects, including strategies to test for potential effects on human and environmental health.

Anbieter: buecher.de
Stand: 31.07.2019
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A Farewell to Ice
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´Astonishing ... beautiful, compelling and terrifying´ Observer ´Wadhams´ writing sparkles ... a lyrical sense of wonder at the natural world ... essential reading ... may be the best reader-friendly account of the greenhouse effect available to date´ John Burnside, New Statesman Ice is beautiful and complex. It regulates our planet´s temperature. And it is vanishing - fast. Peter Wadhams, the world´s leading expert on sea ice, draws on his lifetime´s research in the Arctic region to illuminate what is happening, what it means for the future, and what can be done. ´This most experienced and rational scientist states what so many other researchers privately fear but cannot publicly say´ John Vidal, Guardian ´Wadhams brings huge expertise to his subject - and he is an excellent writer´ Martin Rees ´Utterly extraordinary´ Jonathon Porritt

Anbieter: buecher.de
Stand: 31.07.2019
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Hack the Planet: Science´s Best Hope--Or Worst ...
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An inside tour of the incredible--and probably dangerous--plans to counteract the effects of climate change through experiments that range from the plausible to the fantastic David Battisti had arrived in Cambridge expecting a bloodbath. So had many of the other scientists who had joined him for an invitation-only workshop on climate science in 2007, with geoengineering at the top of the agenda. We can´t take deliberately altering the atmosphere seriously, he thought, because there´s no way we´ll ever know enough to control it. But by the second day, with bad climate news piling on bad climate news, he was having second thoughts. When the scientists voted in a straw poll on whether to support geoengineering research, Battisti, filled with fear about the future, voted in favor. While the pernicious effects of global warming are clear, efforts to reduce the carbon emissions that cause it have fallen far short of what´s needed. Some scientists have started exploring more direct and radical ways to cool the planet, such as: * Pouring reflective pollution into the upper atmosphere * Making clouds brighter * Growing enormous blooms of algae in the ocean Schemes that were science fiction just a few years ago have become earnest plans being studied by alarmed scientists, determined to avoid a climate catastrophe. In Hack the Planet, Science magazine reporter Eli Kintisch looks more closely at this array of ideas and characters, asking if these risky schemes will work, and just how geoengineering is changing the world. Scientists are developing geoengineering techniques for worst-case scenarios. But what would those desperate times look like? Kintisch outlines four circumstances: collapsing ice sheets, megadroughts, a catastrophic methane release, and slowing of the global ocean conveyor belt. As incredible and outlandish as many of these plans may seem, could they soon become our only hope for avoiding calamity? Or will the plans of brilliant and well-intentioned scientists cause unforeseeable disasters as they play out in the real world? And does the advent of geoengineering mean that humanity has failed in its role as steward of the planet--or taken on a new responsibility? Kintisch lays out the possibilities and dangers of geoengineering in a time of planetary tipping points. His investigation is required reading as the debate over global warming shifts to whether humanity should Hack the Planet. An inside tour of the incredible--and probably dangerous--plans to counteract the effects of climate change through experiments that range from the plausible to the fantastic David Battisti had arrived in Cambridge expecting a bloodbath. So had many of the other scientists who had joined him for an invitation-only workshop on climate science in 2007, with geoengineering at the top of the agenda. We can´t take deliberately altering the atmosphere seriously, he thought, because there´s no way we´ll ever know enough to control it. But by the second day, with bad climate news piling on bad climate news, he was having second thoughts. When the scientists voted in a straw poll on whether to support geoengineering research, Battisti, filled with fear about the future, voted in favor. While the pernicious effects of global warming are clear, efforts to reduce the carbon emissions that cause it have fallen far short of what´s needed. Some scientists have started exploring more direct and radical ways to cool the planet, such as: * Pouring reflective pollution into the upper atmosphere * Making clouds brighter * Growing enormous blooms of algae in the ocean Schemes that were science fiction just a few years ago have become earnest plans being studied by alarmed scientists, determined to avoid a climate catastrophe. In Hack the Planet, Science magazine reporter Eli Kintisch looks more closely at this array of ideas and characters, asking if these risky schemes will work, and just how geoengineering is changing the world. Scientists are developing geoengineering techniques for worst-case scenarios. But what would those desperate times look like? Kintisch outlines four circumstances: collapsing ice sheets, megadroughts, a catastrophic methane release, and slowing of the global ocean conveyor belt. As incredible and outlandish as many of these plans may seem, could they soon become our only hope for avoiding calamity? Or will the plans of brilliant and well-intentioned scientists cause unforeseeable disasters as they play out in the real

Anbieter: buecher.de
Stand: 31.07.2019
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Oceans in Decline
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What is happening in our oceans? By describing their main elements, this book shows how and why the oceans are being transformed, and suggests possible future scenarios to address this complex, yet often-asked, question. The ocean is being dramatically transformed, but the magnitude of this transformation remains unclear since the ocean is largely inaccessible and still unknown: there is more information about the outer universe than about the deepest parts of our oceans. The author, a marine biologist with extensive research experience, offers a holistic view of our oceans. Focusing on fishing, pollution and the effects of climate change, he identifies and describes the changes occurring in all marine ecosystems, and discusses the long-passed state of equilibrium.

Anbieter: buecher.de
Stand: 31.07.2019
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The Chilling Stars
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Scientists agree that the earth has become hotter over the last century. But on the causes, despite what looks to the public mind like a consensus, there are dissenting voices. Based on Henrik Svensmark´s research at the Danish National Space Centre, this book outlines a brilliant and daring new theory that has already provoked fresh thinking on global warming. As prize-winning science writer Nigel Calder and Svensmark himself explain, an interplay of the sun and cosmic rays - sub-atomic particles from exploded stars - seem to have more effect on the climate than man-made carbon dioxide. For anyone interested in the real science behind our climate, this book is a must-read.

Anbieter: buecher.de
Stand: 31.07.2019
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Environmental Contaminants: Ecological Implicat...
158,99 € *
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As we know, rapid industrialization is a serious concern in the context of a healthy environment. Various physico-chemical and biological approaches for the removal of toxic pollutants are available, but unfortunately these are not very effective. Biological approaches using microorganisms (bacterial/fungi/algae), green plants or their enzymes to degrade/detoxify environmental contaminants such as endocrine disrupting chemicals, toxic metals, pesticides, dyes, petroleum hydrocarbons and phenolic compounds are eco-friendly and low cost. This book provides a much-needed, comprehensive overview of the various types of contaminants, their toxicological effects on the environment, humans, animals and plants as well as various eco-friendly approaches for their management (degradation/detoxification). As such it is a valuable resource for a wide range of students, scientists and researchers in microbiology, biotechnology, environmental sciences.

Anbieter: buecher.de
Stand: 12.08.2019
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The Wizard and the Prophet
18,99 € *
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From the best-selling, award-winning author of 1491 and 1493--an incisive portrait of the two little-known twentieth-century scientists, Norman Borlaug and William Vogt, whose diametrically opposed views shaped our ideas about the environment, laying the groundwork for how people in the twenty-first century will choose to live in tomorrow´s world. In forty years, Earth´s population will reach ten billion. Can our world support that? What kind of world will it be? Those answering these questions generally fall into two deeply divided groups--Wizards and Prophets, as Charles Mann calls them in this balanced, authoritative, nonpolemical new book. The Prophets, he explains, follow William Vogt, a founding environmentalist who believed that in using more than our planet has to give, our prosperity will lead us to ruin. Cut back! was his mantra. Otherwise everyone will lose! The Wizards are the heirs of Norman Borlaug, whose research, in effect, wrangled the world in service to our species to produce modern high-yield crops that then saved millions from starvation. Innovate! was Borlaug´s cry. Only in that way can everyone win! Mann delves into these diverging viewpoints to assess the four great challenges humanity faces--food, water, energy, climate change--grounding each in historical context and weighing the options for the future. With our civilization on the line, the author´s insightful analysis is an essential addition to the urgent conversation about how our children will fare on an increasingly crowded Earth.

Anbieter: buecher.de
Stand: 31.07.2019
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