Archive Prof. Eng. J.J. Peters

About the archive

In 2012 we lost Jean Jacques Peters, former engineer of Flanders Hydraulics Research (1964 till 1979) and international expert in sediment transport, river hydraulics and morphology. As a tribute to him we have created potamology, a virtual memorial archive whose aim is to preserve and disseminate his way of thinking and his morphological approach to river problems all over the world.
This archive provides four modules, each with its specific information set relevant to Peters’ work. Where available and if not confidential, there will also be access to the full text. In dialogue with Peters’ family we continue to make his life’s work accessible.

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Antarctic climate change and the environment: an update
Turner, J; Barrand, E; Bracegirdle, J; Convey, P; Hodgson, A; Jarvis, M; Jenkins, A; Marshall, G; Meredith, P; Roscoe, H; Shanklin, J; French, J; Goosse, H.; Guglielmin, M; Gutt, J; Jacobs, S; Kennicutt, C; Masson-Delmotte, V; Mayewski, P; Navarro, F; Robinson, S; Scambos, T; Sparrow, M; Summerhayes, C; Speer, K; Klepikov, A (2014). Antarctic climate change and the environment: an update. Polar Rec. 50(3): 237-259.
In: Polar Record. Cambridge University Press: Cambridge. ISSN 0032-2474; e-ISSN 1475-3057
Peer reviewed article  

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Authors  Top 
  • Turner, J
  • Barrand, E
  • Bracegirdle, J
  • Convey, P
  • Hodgson, A
  • Jarvis, M
  • Jenkins, A
  • Marshall, G
  • Meredith, P
  • Roscoe, H
  • Shanklin, J
  • French, J
  • Goosse, H.
  • Guglielmin, M
  • Gutt, J
  • Jacobs, S
  • Kennicutt, C
  • Masson-Delmotte, V
  • Mayewski, P
  • Navarro, F
  • Robinson, S
  • Scambos, T
  • Sparrow, M
  • Summerhayes, C
  • Speer, K
  • Klepikov, A

    We present an update of the 'key points' from the Antarctic Climate Change and the Environment (ACCE) report that was published by the Scientific Committee on Antarctic Research (SCAR) in 2009. We summarise subsequent advances in knowledge concerning how the climates of the Antarctic and Southern Ocean have changed in the past, how they might change in the future, and examine the associated impacts on the marine and terrestrial biota. We also incorporate relevant material presented by SCAR to the Antarctic Treaty Consultative Meetings, and make use of emerging results that will form part of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) Fifth Assessment Report.

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