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  • 1
    Language: German
    In: Exil - Forschung, Erkenntnisse, Ergebnisse 34 (2015) 23-35
    Keywords: Exiled Jewish authors -- France -- Le Lavandou; Jews, Austrian -- France; סופרים יהודים גולים -- צרפת -- לה לאבאנדו; יהודי אוסטריה -- צרפת; Le Lavandou (France); לה לאבאנדו (צרפת); Le Lavandou, France; Lavandou (France); Lavandou, Le (France)
    ISSN: 0721-6742
    Source: The National Library of Israel〈img src="http://exlibris-pub.s3.amazonaws.com/National_Library_IL.gif" style="vertical-align:middle;margin-left:7px"〉
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  • 2
    Language: English
    In: Austrian Studies, 1 January 2016, Vol.24, pp.156-170
    Description: The article examines the stance of the once-prominent critic, author and translator Hans Weigel (1908–1991) on the Jews and Jewishness. In a controversial series for the socialist weekly Heute in 1960, the remigrant Weigel demanded complete assimilation and the abandonment of any notion of a Jewish ‘Schicksalsgemeinschaft’ (shared destiny). On the one hand, the article analyses his exaggerated rhetoric and methods of relativizing and obscuring historical fact; on the other, it seeks to demonstrate that Weigel was no outsider, and that his attitude was typical of the Austrian mainstream. His statements are put into the context of post-Holocaust antisemitism as well as the problematic attitude of Austrian Social Democracy to the so-called ‘Jewish question’.
    ISSN: 13507532
    E-ISSN: 22224262
    Source: Current Journals (JSTOR)
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  • 3
    Language: German
    In: Beton‐ und Stahlbetonbau, March 2012, Vol.107(3), pp.201-206
    Description: Die Josef Eberle Brücke in Rottenburg am Neckar verbindet die historische Altstadt mit dem südlichen Stadtteil und dem Bahnhof. Sie ersetzt ein Vorgängerbauwerk, das in schlechtem baulichem Zustand war. Die neue Brücke wurde an gleicher Stelle wie die alte Brücke erstellt und ist zur Nutzung durch Fußgänger und Radfahrer bestimmt. Beim Entwurf der Brücke war im Besonderen der Hochwasserschutz zu beachten. Die elegante Brückenkonstruktion schwingt sich als dünnes, dreifeldriges Band aus Spannbeton über den Neckar. Die neue Brücke fügt sich harmonisch in das bestehende historische Stadtbild Rottenburgs ein. Die hohe Aufenthaltsqualität der Brücke lädt den Benutzer zum Verweilen ein.
    Keywords: Allgemeines ; Brückenbau ; Spannbeton
    ISSN: 0005-9900
    ISSN: Beton und Stahlbetonbau
    E-ISSN: 1437-1006
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  • 4
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    Book
    Germany: Walter De Gruyter
    Language: English
    Description: This reference work provides sound scientific information about the changes expected to result from the new technical possibilities of digitization and explores their...
    ISBN: 3110237873
    ISBN: 3112190890
    ISBN: 9783110237870
    ISBN: 9783112190890
    Source: Dawsonera
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  • 5
  • 6
    Description: This publication addresses the topic of remigration – focussing on the return of exiles to Germany and Austria after 1945. The articles of this book explore the multidiscipli-nary field primarily from the point of view of social sciences and humanities, thereby aiming at a systematic approach.
    Keywords: Remigration ; Exile ; Return ; Remigration ; Exil ; Rückkehr
    ISBN: 9783938375778
    Source: OAPEN Library
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  • 7
    Language: English
    In: Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science, 2010, Vol.87(1), pp.11-20
    Description: Visual traces of iron reduction and oxidation are linked to the redox status of soils and have been used to characterise the quality of agricultural soils. We tested whether this feature could also be used to explain the spatial pattern of the natural vegetation of tidal habitats. If so, an easy assessment of the effect of rising sea level on tidal ecosystems would be possible. Our study was conducted at the salt marshes of the northern lagoon of Venice, which are strongly threatened by erosion and rising sea level and are part of the world heritage “Venice and its lagoon”. We analysed the abundance of plant species at 255 sampling points along a land–sea gradient. In addition, we surveyed the redox morphology (presence/absence of red iron oxide mottles in the greyish topsoil horizons) of the soils and the presence of disturbances. We used indicator species analysis, correlation trees and multivariate regression trees to analyse relations between soil properties and plant species distribution. Plant species with known sensitivity to anaerobic conditions (e.g. ) were identified as indicators for oxic soils (showing iron oxide mottles within a greyish soil matrix). Plant species that tolerate a low redox potential (e.g. ) were identified as indicators for anoxic soils (greyish matrix without oxide mottles). Correlation trees and multivariate regression trees indicate the dominant role of the redox morphology of the soils in plant species distribution. In addition, the distance from the mainland and the presence of disturbances were identified as tree-splitting variables. The small-scale variation of oxygen availability plays a key role for the biodiversity of salt marsh ecosystems. Our results suggest that the redox morphology of salt marsh soils indicates the plant availability of oxygen. Thus, the consideration of this indicator may enable an understanding of the heterogeneity of biological processes in oxygen-limited systems and may be a sensitive and easy-to-use tool to assess human impacts on salt marsh ecosystems.
    Keywords: Coastal Wetlands ; Iron Oxides ; Halophyte Ecology ; Regression Trees ; Indicator Species Analysis ; Classification of Marsh Soils ; Biology ; Oceanography
    ISSN: 0272-7714
    E-ISSN: 1096-0015
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  • 8
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    Book chapter
    Language: English
    In: Austrian studies ; 24 (2016) 156-170
    Description: Austrian studies. Edinburgh. 24
    Description: Jews, Jewish Difference and Austrian Culture; Literary and Historical Perspectives. Guest editor: Lisa Silverman. Cambridge: The Modern Humanities Research Association, 2017
    Keywords: Weigel, Hans; Weigel, Hans,; 1908-1991; Jewish authors -- Austria; Return migrants -- Austria; Jewish question -- Austria; Jews -- Austria -- Identity; סופרים יהודיים -- אוסטריה; מהגרים חוזרים -- אוסטריה; הבעיה היהודית -- אוסטריה; יהודים -- אוסטריה -- זהות
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  • 9
    Book
    Book
    Berlin, Boston: DE GRUYTER
    Language: German
    Description: This reference work provides sound scientific information about the changes expected to result from the new technical possibilities of digitization and explores their impact on literature and literary public spheres. The book concludes with a summary of current developments with a focus on the German-speaking...
    Keywords: Literatur ; Literaturproduktion ; Neue Medien ; Literatur ; Elektronische Medien ; Mass Media And Literature -- Europe, German-Speaking ; German Literature -- Electronic Information Resources ; Literature -- Electronic Information Resources ; Electronic Publishing -- Europe, German-Speaking ; Authorship -- Data Processing ; German Literature -- Criticism, Textual -- Data Processing ; Literature Publishing -- Europe, German-Speaking -- Data Processing ; Literature Publishing -- Technological Innovations ; Electronic Books -- Europe, German-Speaking ; Book Industries And Trade -- Technological Innovations -- Europe, German-Speaking ; Aufsatzsammlung;
    ISBN: 978-3-11-023787-0
    E-ISSN: 97831102
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  • 10
    Language: English
    In: Journal of High Energy Physics, 2012, Vol.2012(8), pp.1-19
    Description: We derive constraints on Wilson coefficients of dimension-six effective operators probing the b → s transition, using recent improved measurements of the rare decays B s → μ + μ − , B → Kμ + μ − and B  →  K * μ + μ − and including all relevant observables in inclusive and exclusive decays. We consider operators present in the SM as well as their chirality-flipped counterparts and scalar operators. We find good agreement with the SM expectations. Compared to the situation before winter 2012, we find significantly more stringent constraints on the chirality-flipped coefficients due to complementary constraints from B → Kμ + μ − and B → K * μ + μ − and due to the LHCb measurement of the angular observable S 3 in the latter decay. We also list the full set of observables sensitive to new physics in the low recoil region of B → K * μ + μ − .
    Keywords: Rare Decays ; Beyond Standard Model ; B-Physics
    E-ISSN: 1029-8479
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