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Florinsky, I.V. (Ed.), 2010

MAN AND THE GEOSPHERE

Nova Science Publishers, New York, 385 p.

 

ISBN 978-1-60876-387-0

 

Summary

 

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CONTENTS

Preface

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Acknowledgments

Part I   Geo and Bio: Key relationships

Chapter 1

Fluid evolution of the Earth and origin of the biosphere

A.A. Marakushev, S.A. Marakushev

Abstract

Chapter 2

Role of isotopes in the biosphere

E.V. Sobotovich, I.V. Florinsky, O.B. Lysenko, D.M.Grodzinsky

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Chapter 3

Geochemical anomalies: Sickness and health

I.F. Volfson, W. Paul, I.G. Pechenkin

Abstract

Chapter 4

Geopsychology: Geophysical matrix and human behavior

B.P. Mulligan, L. Suess Cloes, Q.H. Mach, M.A. Persinger

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Part II   Crossing a range of spatial scales

Chapter 5

Intraspecific variability of plants: The impact of active local faults

I.G. Boyarskikh, A.V. Shitov

Abstract

Chapter 6

Pathogenic effect of fault zones in the urban environment

V.A. Rudnik, E.K. Melnikov

Abstract

Chapter 7

Health of people living in a seismically active region

A.V. Shitov

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Chapter 8

Sacred places and geophysical activity

I.V. Florinsky

Abstract

Chapter 9

Tectonic and climatic rhythms and the development of society

V.G. Trifonov

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Chapter 10

Hydrogen degassing of the Earth: Natural disasters and the biosphere

V.L. Syvorotkin

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List of contributors

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Index

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