Geometric cohomology

General Introduction
See also Arithmetic cohomology, Absolute cohomology
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Article of Nekovar, see page 9.
In Levine's chapter in the Ktheory handbook, he mentions (page 511) a notion of geometric cohomology. This is something more refined than a BlochOgus theory. Examples include de Rham cohomology, singular cohomology, etale cohomology with mod n coefficients. He remarks that although absolute Hodge cohomology, Deligne cohomology, and ladic etale cohomology do not fit into this framework, "can use same method to define realization functors".
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Connections to Number Theory
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Computations and Examples
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History and Applications
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