Relative and numerical dating techniques
In some cases, a single contributor may be listed in multiple roles (distinguishing edited work from authored work, for example). | Detter, Ray | Dison, Adrienne Coley | Domzal, Alyssa J. | Drake, William D.--Associate Editor | Eagle, Kim A. | Leary, Margaret | Lee, Hyeyun | Licate, Jack | Lippens, Paul | Lipson, Eric | Loeb, Arthur | Long, Bruce | Longstreth, Karl | Lowenstein, Joan | Lyons, Brett | Mac Lane, Saunders | Marble, Duane | Mardia, Kanti V.
Names are linked to the associated page listing contributions, if available (within Deep Blue). | Davis, Tracy | De la Sierra, Ruben | Derudder, B. | Lach, Sandra | Larimore, Ann Evans | Laug, Audra | Lauzzana, Emile | Lax, Jerry | Lazzaro, Adrien A.
The printouts were made at The University of Michigan Computer facilities, using a Xerox 9700 equipped with special hardware to permit printouts made from Te X.
Later, when the Internet became available, Solstice switched to using it as the platform for transmission, writing documents in html rather than Te X, and ceased producing any printouts.
Regardless of the quality of the (more recent ones are better than older ones), the full webpage as an html file is superior in display; it is the format in which the material was created. | Perkal, Julian | Peterson, Ivars | Philbrick, Allen K. | Rosenblum, Aaron | Ryznar, Rhonda | Sammataro, Diana | Schlossberg, Marc | Schumann, Lars | Shani, I.
For convenience, a link to a full version of the journal may be provided, along with attached files that contain animated and other linked files that do not directly display in pdf format. A link to a smaller summary (in which not all features are present) is sometimes provided as an overview to the content of the full-featured zipped file or the full-featured pdf file. | Polderman, Bruce | Pollack, Peter | Pollay, Susan | Ponce de Leon, Juan Sergio | Pothukuchi, Kameshwari | Putz, John F. | Rampson, Wendy | Rayle, Roger | Richardson, Sylvia | Riordan, Beverly | Ripley, Brian | Rosen, Kenneth H.
There are documents from IMa Ge's peer-reviewed journal, Solstice: An Electronic Journal of Geography and Mathematics, dating from 1990 forward.
These books contain images captured by Te X code and printed out from the transmitted file, such as simple line drawings and crossword puzzles as well as photocopies of photographs which would not fit into the Te X code. The extent of contribution varies from individual to individual; however, all efforts are appreciated, from small to great! Stars of tomorrow may take their places in this listing among stars of yesterday and today. | Austin, Robert F.--Specialist Associate Editor | Axon, Shirley | Baird, Nakia D. | Barr, David | Barrick, Brian | Batty, Michael | Beal, Fred J. | Carlberg, Jean | Caruso, Vince | Casetti, Emilio | Chattopadhyay, Surajit | Chaudhuri, Sutapa | Childers, Porter E. Solstice was born digital in 1990, before the advent of the Internet. Early volumes were typeset using the digital typesetting language, Te X.