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Explore Your World - Virtual Globetrotting Chemical Engineering Journal - Toolkit for computational fluidic simulation and interactive parametrization of segmented flow based fluidic networks Volume 135, Supplement 1, 15 January 2008, Pages S210–S218 Microreaction Technology IMRET 9: Proceedings of the Ninth International Conference on Microreaction Technology — IMRET9 Special Issue Edited By Dr. Rüdiger Schütte, Prof. Abstract This paper describes a computational approach for system modelling and model based design of microfluidic networks for processing of microsegmented sample streams and its application for modelling of the self-controlled 1:1 fusion of two independently generated sample streams. Keywords Microfluidics; System modelling; Lab-on-a-chip; Liquid/liquid two phase flow; Segmented flow; Microreaction technology

Ogle Earth | Notes on the political and scientific impact of digital maps and geospatial imagery Onde gravitationnelle Un article de Wikipédia, l'encyclopédie libre. Représentation de l'onde gravitationnelle engendrée par deux étoiles à neutrons en orbite l'une autour de l'autre. En physique, les ondes gravitationnelles sont des oscillations de la courbure de l'espace-temps. Albert Einstein en a prédit l'existence en 1918 en se basant sur sa théorie de la relativité générale[1]. Les ondes électromagnétiques (perturbations des champs électrique et magnétique) sont produites par les particules chargées accélérées. De la même façon, les ondes gravitationnelles sont produites par des masses accélérées[2]. Russell Hulse et Joseph Taylor ont fourni une preuve indirecte de l'existence de telles ondes en observant le pulsar binaire PSR B1913+16 et montrant que sa période orbitale décroît précisément comme le prédit la théorie de la relativité générale si l'on considère que ce système perd son énergie par émission gravitationnelle. Introduction[modifier | modifier le code] Effet causé[modifier | modifier le code]

Teaching with Google Earth Created by Glenn A. Richard, Mineral Physics Institute, Stony Brook University A Complete Guide to Using Google Earth in the Geoscience Classroom What is Google Earth? Classroom Activities: Ready-to-use Ready to get started teaching with Google Earth? Contribute a Teaching Activity If you have a Google Earth activity you would like to share with the community, please use our Contribute an Activity form to upload your materials. More Google Earth Pedagogy from On the Cutting Edge Teaching Geologic Map Interpretation with Google Earth This module includes a new approach to teaching map interpretation and locations for teaching structural geology, a gallery of instructional images.Google Earth and Geoscience Education - a summary of Google Earth and its application in the geoscience classroom.

Magazine bimestriel : Dossiers d'Archéologie Google Maps: 100+ Best Tools and Mashups Most people think of Google Maps in terms of finding a place or business, or getting directions from one point to another. Others use the satellite images and terrain mapping features. But there are tons of other uses out there for Google maps. From mapping the weather and news to mapping things that aren't maps at all, like paintings or magazines, Google Maps has a lot to offer. And there are free tools available out there for those who want to use the Google Maps API without doing a bunch of coding. Here are more than 100 of the best mashups and tools out there right now. Have a favorite Google Maps tool or mashup? Travel and Transportation Mapness - An online travel journal that interfaces with Google Maps to show where you've been. The AA Route Planner - Plan trips around the UK. Montreal Metro Map - A complete map of Montreal Metro stations. TubeJP - A London Tube journey planner using Google Maps that also incorporates a search function to find local businesses. Who is Sick? Other Maps

cartes anciennes Atlas historique Lesage 1808 En 1802, Emmanuel de Las Cases, sous le pseudonyme de A. Le Sage, publia un monumental Atlas historique. La carte de Peutinger Réalisé en 1265 par un moine de Colmar et constitué de 11 parchemins hauts d'environ 34 cm qui, bout à bout, totalisent une longueur de 6,74 m., ce document a été découvert en 1494 par Conrad Meissel alias Celtes et remis en 1507 à un antiquaire d'Augsbourg, Conrad Peutinger. Cartographie ancienne Une collection en ligne de cartes anciennes numérisées de plusieurs pays d'Europe et du bassin méditerranéen, telles que la carte des routes d'Europe en 1781 par Jean Rocque, une carte de Pologne en 1752, la carte des réseau postal Tour et Taxis en 1786, une carte d'Afrique du Nord en 1786 par Bonne, ainsi que plusieurs autres documents rares.

Google Earth Library Map overlays for Google Earth Introduction I put together a KML file that overlays maps from Google, Yahoo, Windows Live (MSN) and other sources in Google Earth. Why? View in Google Earth Or click this link for default values: >>> maps.kml <<< Note: The map displayed when you are zoomed out will not match exactly the country borders displayed by Google Earth. Information for KML Developers If you want to include a map overlay in your KML file, select a map type in the form above, then copy/paste the following code into your file. Screenshots Screenshots for: Minsk, Kiev, Bucharest, Sofia, Cairo, Shanghai. Minsk, Belarus (Windows Live Hybrid / Google Earth): Kiev (Kyiv), Ukraine (Windows Live Hybrid / Google Earth): Bucharest, Romania (Yahoo Hybrid Labels): Sofia, Bulgaria (Yahoo Hybrid Labels): Cairo, Egypt (Windows Live Maps, offsets -0.00049,0.00127 / Google Earth): Shanghai, China (Google Ditu, offsets 0.0019,-0.0048 / Google Earth): Back to homepage Copyright © 2009 Cristian Streng

Real Time Google Maps A new section, 'real-time maps', has been added to the Google Maps Mania Directory today. Here are the initial Google Maps mashups added to the directory in this category: TwitterVisionTwitterVision is the granddaddy of real time Google Maps mashups. The map pulls in Tweets from Twitter plots them on the fly. Real Time Satellite TrackingThis website lets you load any satellite and track it live on Google Maps. Real Time Satellite Tracking from Keir Clarke on Vimeo. The site shows all satellites as seen in the sky above an elevation of 5°. This is an awesome map of real-time flights over Sweden. Other Flight Tracking Maps GMaps Flight Tracker - inbound flight maps to some busy U.S. airports: Atlanta, Boston, JFK New York, Los Angeles and ChicagoNorth American flight tracker! The Chicago Transit Authority (CTA) have added real time bus tracking to their Google Map of routes and buses.