We put forth a compromise fit to many of the model variables in version IV, which can serve as a reference for future work.
Robert Leroy Johnson (May 8, 1911 – August 16, 1938) was an American blues singer-songwriter and musician.
(1981) for explaining Pb (Sr, and Nd) isotopic systematics among major terrestrial reservoirs.
A case for bi-directional transport among reservoirs is based on the observed isotopic compositions for different tectonic settings, and finds a rationale in the kinetics of plate tectonics.
Chemical fractionation and radioactive decay create isotopic differences during periods of isolation of one reservoir from another, whereas dynamic processes allowing mixing between reservoirs tend to reduce these differences.
Johnson's shadowy and poorly documented life and death at age 27 have given rise to much legend.FRIDAY, 26TH 10.00 – Stefan NORBRUIS (Leiden University) — “The Luwic paradigm of proper names, with a focus on the origin of the dative and its implications for Proto-Anatolian”.10.30 – Manuela ANELLI (University of Pavia) — “Epigraphic remarks about the coins of Trbbẽnimi”.12.30 – Silvio REICHMUTH (Technical University Dresden) — “Seals and Bullae (as Lu- wian evidence) at Oymaağaç Höyük”.13.00 – Lunch Break 16.00 – Elena MARTÍNEZ (University of Barcelona) — “Phonotactics of the Lycian labial glide clusters”.