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  • and statistical analyses agreed with wave model results. These were correlated to morphological change and it was concluded that offshore islands change wave dynamics and modify the morphology of embayed beaches in their lee. Consequently, this work provides
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  • Estate of social housing ; Housing estate ; Housing improvement ; Housing market ; Lodz ; Poland ; Urban construction ; Urban morphology ; Urban settlement
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  • This paper examines the complex factors behind the recent transformation of Panama City from a historical-morphological perspective. While the drivers of demand for real property were primarily global, the determinants of supply have been highly
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  • teaching, he was professor at the University of Nancy and later at the Sorbonne, where he concentrated on oceanography and hydrology, with a rapidly developing interest in coral reef morphology. In 1970 he left Paris for a professorial chair at Brest, where
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  • of the emergent landscapes of smart growth. In the new morphology of smart growth landscapes, density, (de)segregation, class, race, land recycling, regional-scale compactness, and other key dynamics appear to be combining in complex and at times surprising ways.
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  • Canada ; Household ; Housing ; Housing cost ; Income ; Inner city ; Large city ; Metropolitan area ; Owner-occupier ; Rent ; Spatial analysis ; Suburbs ; Urban morphology
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  • Capitalism ; Concept ; Ideology ; Neo-marxism ; North America ; Town ; Urban area ; Urban morphology ; Urbanization
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  • Monitoring coastal morphological changes using remote sensing and GIS in the Red River Delta area, Vietnam
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  • Proglacial stream development was studied in coastal British Columbia and Washington, focusing on reaches exposed by post-Little Ice Age (LIA) glacier retreat. Channel morphologies were identified by field surveys of 69 reaches in 10 catchments
  • of the LIA in controlling channel-reach morphology. Binary logistic regression analysis identified elevation and time since deglaciation as primary controls on the presence of riparian forest. Of the recently deglaciated streams included in this analysis
  • 2014
  • Four buried soils exposed along Owl Creek, within the larger Brazos River drainage basin, were examined using soil morphology and micromorphology, optically stimulated luminescence (OSL) dating, soil characterization, whole-soil geochemical
  • and stable isotope analyses of soil organic matter and pedogenic carbonate. These buried soils provide a record of changes in paleoecological and paleo-alluvial conditions spanning ~ 14 ky. Morphological and geochemical differences between buried soils
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  • by changes in upland sediment supply and morphologic changes at swallet openings. Sinkholes that lack swallet openings, or with swallets that have become blocked by debris, are effectively disconnected from master streams with regard to sediment. Sediment
  • 2014
  • measurements at the instrumented channel reach, underlining advantages and limitations of TLS surveys over morphologically complex areas such as debris-flow catchments.
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  • [b2] Dept. of Groundwater, Geology and River Morphology, Federal Inst. of Hydrology, Koblenz, Allemagne
  • This paper investigates the effects of landscape recontouring on soil morphology, topsoil organic matter, and soil and water salinisation on a vineyard site in the Awatere Valley of the Marlborough region, in the NE of New Zealand's South Island
  • 2014
  • with salmonid species and location of spawning. The AA. found that the greatest impacts occur closer to the location of the sand input under both supply scenarios. Results also suggest that reach-scale morphology may modulate the impact of sand loads.
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  • The AA. present new data about the morphological and stratigraphic evolution and the rates of fluvial denudation of the Tavoliere di Puglia plain, a low-relief landscape representing the northernmost sector of the Pliocene-Pleistocene foredeep
  • 2014
  • , and include drainage area, local dissection, channel slope and gully morphology. These results suggest that potential future change in catchment water tables, associated with projected climate change or with peatland restoration by rewetting, will modify
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  • floods. It is concluded that the network measure centrality provides a novel characterization of river channel networks, highlighting properties and tendencies that have morphological significance.
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  • as the analysis of spatial and formal dimensions and morphologies of the basin and its relationship to the sediment yield. The study also addresses the size of variation in the volume of sediment yield of the river tributaries that make up the water network
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  • Qianhu Mountain has distinctive glacial landforms and deposits, including cirques, peaks, arêtes, lateral moraines and terminal moraines above 3500 m a.s.l., and these morphologic features suggest a clear sequence of landscape-forming events during
  • 2014