Nicholas J. Daras is the Dean of the Hellenic Military Academy. He has been Professor of Mathematics, authoring over 70 articles in Mathematics including 18 books and Editor of 7 Springer Books in Applications of Mathematics, Numerical Analysis, Complex Analysis and Pure Mathematics, History of Mathematics, Stochastic Modeling and Numerical Simulation in Military Operations Research, Quantum Computation, Cryptography, Security and Mathematical Modeling. He has received one of the Academy of Athens awards for the publication of one of the best papers in mathematics and is the supervisor of several Doctoral, Master and Diploma Theses.
Spyros G. Tzafestas B.Sc. (Physics, 1962), Athens Univ.; M. Sc. (Eng.) (Control, 1967), London Univ.; Ph.D. (1969), D.Sc. (1978), Southampton Univ. Honorary Doctorates: TU Munich (Germany), EC Lille (France). Positions: 1969-73: NRC “Demokritos, Athens; 1973-1985: Prof. Control, Patras Univ., Greece; 1985-2006: Prof. Control & Robotics, School E&CE, NTUA, Athens, Greece; 1999-2009: Director of NTUA/ICCS. Books: Editor 30 books, Author: 10 books on systems, control, robotics & automation. Research areas: DP Systems, MV Systems, MD Systems, Control systems, CI Systems, Robotics, infoethics, roboethics. Life Fellow (IEEE), Fellow (IET).
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This book adresses a variety of geochemical and biogeochemical issues of trace element behavior in soils, waters, and plants across the world, from Eastern Europe to Siberian subarctic and Arctic islands. It presents a synthesis of state-of-the-art studies—using precise analytical techniques—on trace element concentrations, fractionation, and migration in main biogeochemical reservoirs in the Northern hemisphere. The book combines chapters on trace elements in soils, plants, soil waters, lakes, rivers and their estuarine zones, and atmopsheric aerosols. As such, it provides a comprehensive view of current TE biogeochemistry and can serve as a reference compilation of available information for judging future changes in trace element biogeochemistry for terrestrial environments influenced by climate warming or increasing anthropogenic pollution.
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