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Anderson, Thomas F. 1970-

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Works: 41 works in 71 publications in 1 language and 721 library holdings
Genres: Criticism, interpretation, etc  Guidebooks  Pictorial works 
Roles: Author
Classifications: PQ7389.P49, 868.6409
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Publications about Thomas F Anderson
Publications by Thomas F Anderson
Most widely held works by Thomas F Anderson
Everything in its place : the life and works of Virgilio Piñera by Thomas F Anderson( Book )
8 editions published in 2006 in English and held by 310 libraries worldwide
"Everything in Its Place: The Life and Works of Virgilio Pinera is a seminal book that fills a major gap in Cuban and Latin American literary criticism. In addition to being the most comprehensive study to date of the life and work of Virgilio Pinera, this is the first book in English on this major twentieth-century Cuban author. In this study Thomas F. Anderson draws extensively on unpublished manuscripts and diverse critical writings, bringing new insights into how Pinera's works responded to key literary influences as well as events in his life and in Cuban political and cultural history."--Jacket
Carnival and national identity in the poetry of Afrocubanismo by Thomas F Anderson( Book )
5 editions published between 2011 and 2017 in English and Undetermined and held by 231 libraries worldwide
The poetry associated with Afrocubanismo has been of great interest to academics since the movement began in the late 1920s. Thomas Anderson's detailed analysis infuses new life into the study of these remarkable works. Focusing on the representations of carnival and its comparsas (carnival bands and music), it offers new readings of poems by seminal Cuban poets, demonstrating how their writings on and about these traditions both contributed to and detracted from the development of a recognizable Afro-Cuban identity
The trials of a country editor an original sketch by Thomas F Anderson( Book )
8 editions published between 1889 and 2010 in English and held by 61 libraries worldwide
Stable isotope variations in coals and associated mineral matter by Thomas F Anderson( Book )
1 edition published in 1983 in English and held by 6 libraries worldwide
Jack Schultz : May 7, 1904-April 29, 1971 by Thomas F Anderson( Book )
1 edition published in 1975 in English and held by 5 libraries worldwide
PHYSICAL, CHEMICAL, AND BIOPHYSICAL CHARACTERIZATION OF VIRUSES AND VIRUS SYSTEMS ( Book )
3 editions published between 1952 and 1955 in English and held by 3 libraries worldwide
Corporeal sustenance and degradation : ailing bodies in the works of Virgilio Piñera by Thomas F Anderson( Archival Material )
2 editions published in 1998 in English and held by 3 libraries worldwide
Ordovician paleoceanography : stable isotope and C-S-Fe evidence from the Caradocian Trenton group, Mohawk Valley, New York by L. Bruce Railsback( Archival Material )
2 editions published in 1989 in English and held by 3 libraries worldwide
Oxygen isotope evidence from Caradocian Trenton Group brachiopods in the Mohawk Valley of New York suggests that Caradocian oceans were salinity-stratified and dominated at depth by warm, saline waters. [delta]¹⁸O values of these brachiopods, which lived on the eastern continental slope of the North American craton over an apparent depth range of two to three kilometers, can not be readily explained in terms of known burial diagenetic trends in the Mohawk Valley and presumably reflect depositional conditions. [delta]¹⁸O values decrease with depth over the upper half of the Trenton paleoslope and range from -4.8 to -8.1 (PDB). These data, interpreted using a graphic modelling scheme constrained by both calcite isotopic compositions and seawater densities, suggest that both temperature and salinity increased with depth in the Caradocian oceans from intermediate to abyssal depths, and that warm saline deep waters (WSDW) dominated the latter. Modelling of isotopic data also suggests that the average oxygen isotopic composition of Caradocian seawater was no greater than about -4.0% (SMOW) and imply low-latitude earth-surface temperatures of less than 40°C
Source of saline groundwater in basal Pennsylvanian sandstones, Southwestern Illinois : implications for fluid mixing and water-rock interactions by Hue-Hwa Hwang( Archival Material )
3 editions published in 1996 in English and held by 3 libraries worldwide
Saline groundwater is common in basal Pennsylvanian sandstones in southwestern Illinois. It is an environmental concern because well water is an important source of drinking water for local residents and farms. The origin of this saline groundwater is poorly understood. In this study, I combine hydrochemistry, isotope geochemistry, and petrography to evaluate the importance of fluid mixing and water-rock interactions in producing the saline groundwater
Isotopic characterization of Illinois natural gas by Dennis Dale Coleman( Archival Material )
2 editions published in 1976 in English and held by 2 libraries worldwide
The occurrences of natural gas in Illinois provide a rather unique opportunity for study. Deposits of both petrogenic and bacteriogenic gas exist. In addition, there are numerous occurrences of natural gas in solution in ground water. Because of the numerous modes of occurrence and potential sources, it was felt that an investigation of natural gas in Illinois would provide some significant geochemical information about the origin and migration of natural gas
Cells and tissues by Arthur W Pollister( Book )
2 editions published in 1966 in Undetermined and English and held by 2 libraries worldwide
Pathogenic bacteria, rickettsias and viruses as shown by the electron microscope their relationships to immunity and chemotherapy by Stuart Mudd( Book )
1 edition published in 1944 in English and held by 2 libraries worldwide
The record of carbon, oxygen, sulfur, and strontium isotopes and trace elements in Late Paleozoic brachiopods by Brian Nicholas Popp( Archival Material )
2 editions published in 1986 in English and held by 2 libraries worldwide
The oxygen and carbon isotopic records of components in Paleozoic limestones show generally good internal consistency. However, significant discrepancies were noted between results on the different components. Well-preserved brachiopods appear to be the best choice for estimating original isotopic compositions in Paleozoic limestones
Vacation days in Nova Scotia : the land of Evangeline by Thomas F Anderson( Book )
1 edition published in 1923 in English and held by 2 libraries worldwide
Physical Techniques in biological research ( Book )
2 editions published in 1966 in English and held by 2 libraries worldwide
Boston as a world port by Thomas F Anderson( Article )
1 edition published in 1908 in English and held by 1 library worldwide
The Raman Spectrum of Deuterium by Thomas F Anderson( file )
1 edition published in 1935 in Undetermined and held by 1 library worldwide
A number of observers have studied the emission spectra of mixtures of hydrogen and deuterium. The Fulcher bands of HD and D2 have been photographed [1]. In the extreme untrlaviolet Jeppesen [2], and Beutler and Mie [3], have obtained emission spectra from hydrogen-deuterium mixtures and have ascribed several bands to HD. From these data on HD, Urey and Teal [4] have calculated molecular constants for the molecule D2 in the ground state. No experimental data for this molecule in this state appear to have been obtained
Mechanisms of dolomitization in seawater and origin of the Middle Ordovician dolomites in the Illinois Basin by Wanbing Li( file )
1 edition published in 1994 in English and held by 1 library worldwide
This investigation focuses on the chemistry of dolomitization and the geochemical and petrographic characteristics of the Middle Ordovician limestones and dolostones in the Illinois basin. The often cited dolomitization equation:$$\rm CaCO\sb3 + Mg\sp{2+} = CaMg(CO\sb3)\sb2 + Ca\sp{2+}$$cannot be applied to dolomite formation in seawater, because in seawater both calcite and dolomite are supersaturated. However, seawater (as a marine pore fluid) has the ability to dolomitize calcite and aragonite. In seawater, crystallization of calcite, aragonite, and dolomite drives the fluid from a region of calcite saturation to a region of calcite undersaturation, resulting in dolomitization. Seawater is a better dolomitizing fluid than a seawater-fresh water mixing-zone fluid from thermodynamic, kinetic and mass-balance considerations. The rate of dolomitization increases with increasing salinity, which is reflected in the fact that dolomite commonly occurs in hypersaline marine environments. I hypothesize the existence of dolomite domains in magnesian calcite, and propose a "dolomite-domain" model to explain the microscopic process for dolomitization of magnesian calcite. Dolomitization occurs along domain boundaries, where calcite is dissolved while dolomite precipitates as overgrowth on dolomite domains. This model can explain the preservation of fabrics and geochemical signatures during dolomitization of magnesian calcite. The wide variety of Middle Ordovician dolomites in the Illinois basin provides an opportunity to apply the above theoretical considerations. Both the Everton and Joachim Formations contain extensive dolomites that are associated with evaporite minerals and have other supratidal features. Those dolomites were formed in hypersaline environments during deposition and early diagenesis. The dolomites of Platteville and Galena Groups are not associated with evaporites and supratidal features. Nevertheless, petrographic observations, geochemical data, and theoretical consideration suggest that they also were mostly formed during deposition and early diagenesis in normal marine to hypersaline environments which are closely associated with the Wisconsin Arch. Later diagenesis by meteoric fluids and/or basinal brines might have altered oxygen isotopic composition of the dolomites. Hydrothermal fluids which had migrated through the granitic basement might have been responsible for the high $\sp{87}$Sr/$\sp{86}$Sr and low $\delta\sp{18}$O values of some dolomites in northern Illinois as well as for the source of metals in nearby Mississippi Valley Type (MVT) ore deposits. These conclusions are supported by geochemical simulations
Thermodynamic Properties of Phosphorus Compounds by Thomas F Anderson( file )
1 edition published in 1936 in Undetermined and held by 1 library worldwide
With Raman spectrum, electron diffraction and existing equilibrium data the standard virtual entropies of P(s, white), P4(g). PCl3(g), PCl3(l), PCl5(g), and PCl5(s) are calculated to be 10.55, 66.88, 74.7, 52.8, 87.7, and 40.8 cal./deg. respectively. The corresponding standard free energies of formation are calculated to be (0), 5850, —64,650, —63,570, —72,540 and —77,950 cal., respectively
 
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