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|Main Title||Neutrino Geophysics: Proceedings of Neutrino Sciences 2005 [electronic resource] /|
|Author||Dye, Stephen T.|
|Publisher||Springer New York,|
|Subjects||Physical geography ; Astronomy ; Astrophysics ; Particle acceleration|
|Collation||VIII, 368 p. online resource.|
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Neutrino Geophysics Conference Introduction -- Can the Future of Neutrino Physics Compare with its Past? -- Radioactivity of the Earth and the Case for Potassium in the Earth's Core -- Is there a Nuclear Reactor at the Center of the Earth? -- Comment on R. D. Schuiling's Paper -- Solar System Processes Underlying Planetary Formation, Geodynamics, and the Georeactor -- Geo-Neutrinos: from Theory to the KamLAND Results -- Geo-Neutrinos: A Systematic Approach to Uncertainties and Correlations -- Experimental Study of Geoneutrinos with KamLAND -- Experimental Status of Geo-reactor Search with KamLAND Detector -- Imaging the Earth's Interior: the Angular Distribution of Terrestrial Neutrinos -- On the Possibility of Directional Analysis for Geo-neutrinos -- Towards Earth AntineutRino TomograpHy (EARTH) -- Geoneutrinos in Borexino -- Geo-neutrinos in SNO+ -- A Geoneutrino Experiment at Homestake -- Earth Radioactivity Measurements with a Deep Ocean Anti-neutrino Observatory -- Probing the Earth's Interior with the LENA Detector -- Neutron Background and Possibility for Shallow Experiments -- Scintillating Oils and Compatible Materials for Next Generation of Electron Anti-neutrino Detectors, After Double Chooz -- Neutrino Tomography - Learning About The Earth's Interior Using The Propagation Of Neutrinos -- Far Field Monitoring of Rogue Nuclear Activity with an Array of Large Anti-neutrino Detectors -- Neutrinos and Non-proliferation in Europe -- Strategy for Applying Neutrino Geophysics to the Earth Sciences Including Planetary Habitability -- Physics in Next Geoneutrino Detectors. This volume presents a collection of recent articles primarily documenting the nascent science of neutrino geophysics. Most of the articles followed from talks given at Neutrino Sciences 2005: Neutrino Geophysics held at the University of Hawaii in December 2005. However, several other key contributions were solicited to make the collection as comprehensive as possible, enhancing the value of this book. The book offers a unique status report on neutrino geophysics to the expert researcher, as well as a comprehensive introduction into this new field of science to graduate students.