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Rectification of the ancient geographic coordinates in Ptolemy's Geographike Hyphegesis

JOURNAL ARTICLE published 28 March 2012 in History of Geo- and Space Sciences

Authors: C. Marx

IACS: past, present, and future of the International Association of Cryospheric Sciences

JOURNAL ARTICLE published 16 April 2019 in History of Geo- and Space Sciences

Authors: Ian Allison | Charles Fierz | Regine Hock | Andrew Mackintosh | Georg Kaser | Samuel U. Nussbaumer

Book Review: <i>Carl Størmer, Auroral Pioneer</i>

JOURNAL ARTICLE published 13 December 2013 in History of Geo- and Space Sciences

Authors: N. Nagarajan

Tradition of geodetic instruments production in the Czech Republic

JOURNAL ARTICLE published 7 October 2021 in History of Geo- and Space Sciences

Research funded by Ministerstvo Kultury (DG18P02OVV054)

Authors: Pavel Hánek | Pavel Hánek Sr.

Obituary: Karl Rawer (1913–2018)

JOURNAL ARTICLE published 19 June 2018 in History of Geo- and Space Sciences

Authors: Bodo W. Reinisch | Kristian Schlegel

Preface: History of regional warning centers

JOURNAL ARTICLE published 12 March 2018 in History of Geo- and Space Sciences

Authors: Phil Wilkinson

Book review: <i>James Hector. Explorer, Scientist, Leader</i>

JOURNAL ARTICLE published 30 June 2016 in History of Geo- and Space Sciences

Authors: Rolf W. Brednich

Contribution to the knowledge of early geotechnics during the twentieth century: Ralph Peck

JOURNAL ARTICLE published 11 February 2019 in History of Geo- and Space Sciences

Authors: Antonio Lara-Galera | Rubén Galindo-Aires | Gonzalo Guillán-Llorente

Carl Friedrich Gauss – <i>General Theory of Terrestrial Magnetism</i> – a revised translation of the German text

JOURNAL ARTICLE published 5 February 2014 in History of Geo- and Space Sciences

Authors: K.-H. Glassmeier | B. T. Tsurutani

From San Francisco to Tōhoku – 111 yr of continuous earthquake recording in Göttingen

JOURNAL ARTICLE published 7 January 2014 in History of Geo- and Space Sciences

Authors: H. Steffen | W. Brunk | M. Leven | U. Wedeken

History of Kakioka Magnetic Observatory

JOURNAL ARTICLE published 26 August 2022 in History of Geo- and Space Sciences

Authors: Ikuko Fujii | Shingo Nagamachi

History of the Potsdam, Seddin and Niemegk geomagnetic observatories – Part 2: Seddin

JOURNAL ARTICLE published 6 March 2023 in History of Geo- and Space Sciences

Authors: Hans-Joachim Linthe

New Zealand's first gauge-based sea level measurements

JOURNAL ARTICLE published 16 June 2023 in History of Geo- and Space Sciences

Authors: Glen H. Rowe

History of EISCAT – Part 6: the participation of Japan in the EISCAT Scientific Association

JOURNAL ARTICLE published 31 May 2023 in History of Geo- and Space Sciences

Authors: Nobuo Matuura | Ryoichi Fujii | Satonori Nozawa

Sixtieth anniversary of the International Geophysical Year (1957–2017) – contribution of the Soviet Union

JOURNAL ARTICLE published 17 August 2020 in History of Geo- and Space Sciences

Research funded by Ministry of Science and Higher Education of the Russian Federation (075-01077-20-01)

Authors: Yulia S. Lyubovtseva | Alexei D. Gvishiani | Anatoly A. Soloviev | Olga O. Samokhina | Roman I. Krasnoperov

History of the Juliusruh ionospheric observatory on Rügen

JOURNAL ARTICLE published 5 February 2016 in History of Geo- and Space Sciences

Authors: J. Weiß

A scientific career launched at the start of the space age: Michael Rycroft at 80

JOURNAL ARTICLE published 29 May 2020 in History of Geo- and Space Sciences

Authors: Karen L. Aplin | R. Giles Harrison | Martin Füllekrug | Betty Lanchester | François Becker

Book Review: <i>Augustus Koch</i> – <i>Mapmaker</i>

JOURNAL ARTICLE published 13 May 2016 in History of Geo- and Space Sciences

Authors: S. Nathan

Physical earth and its sciences in Istanbul: a journey from pre-modern (Islamic) to modern times

JOURNAL ARTICLE published 18 August 2020 in History of Geo- and Space Sciences

Research funded by Istanbul Üniversitesi (project no. FUA-2016-20557)

Authors: Ferhat Ozcep

The length of coastlines in Ptolemy'sGeographyand in ancient periploi

JOURNAL ARTICLE published 1 February 2018 in History of Geo- and Space Sciences

Research funded by Russian Foundation for Basic Research (15-01-00005)

Authors: Dmitry A. Shcheglov