журнал Mosaic 1977 № 6
NATIONAL SCIENCE FOUNDATION
VOLUME 8 NUMBER 6 NOVEMBER/DECEMBER 1977
International Cooperation in Research a Mosaic special
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Trailblazing for Détente 2
American and Soviet metallurgists exchange insights, toasts and ingots in their share of some broad, functioning, cooperative research agreements.
A Continent Comes Unglued 10
Continental clues to the origin and nature of plate tectonics draw American and Egyptian scientists to the Red Sea and eastern Sahara.
Cooperation Down Under 18
Australia's broad base of sophisticated research draws Americans in fields as diverse as astrometry and range management.
Bridging the "Rim of Fire" 24
Seismologists and earthquake engineers on both sides of the Pacific share practical and theoretical problems and goals.
Japan: What makes the catfish quiver? 25
Taiwan: Seismic networks and engineering skills 30
Japan: Designing against disaster 33
Small Projects; Large Impacts 38
Individual U.S. academic researchers build bases of mutual understanding in AID-funded, NSF-administered research and teaching assignments in the Third World.
Links That Connect a Hemisphere 44
A desert harvest of rubber and a hard-wrought base of mutuality draw attention from both north and south to Mexico-U.S. research cooperation.
Annual Index 51
Unemployment and Part-Time Employment Low Among Mature Scientists, Engineers 54
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