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  • Revisiting the silicon island ? The geographically varied strategic coupling in the development of high-technology parks in Taiwan
  • 2009
  • Neighbourhood effects on youth educational achievement in the Netherlands : can effects be identified and do they vary by student background characteristics ?
  • 2009
  • Which are the largest ? Why lists of major urban areas vary so greatly ?
  • 2009
  • in all landscape types, but they vary in terms of density, purpose, and current function. Terraces, which define the most characteristic terraced landscape, are most common in the Mediterranean environment. - (L'A.).
  • 2009
  • The AA. use in situ measurements of water-surface stage and remotely-sensed area to compute time varying storage changes in 9 lakes of the Peace-Athabusca Delta, Canada. Despite their identical geomorphic setting, regression slopes between water
  • -surface stage and remotely-sensed area vary significantly between lakes, primarily from a predictable area-effect but also small bathymetric variations between basins. Owing to their varying degrees of hydrologic linkage with the nearby Athabasca River
  • 2009
  • The paper concludes that coinciding with the post-productivist changes in the Rhodes countryside, second home ownership has contributed to employment creation and has had a varied tourism and regional impact which has added much needed support
  • 2009
  • Our aim is to define the importance of rural tourism in Serbia for the development of Serbian rural areas. This paper presents Serbia as a country of varied, well-preserved nature, with many attractive and representative elements
  • 2009
  • . On peut déceler une composante géographique, qui varie de province à province.
  • 2009
  • In this paper, a mechanistic model of the detachment and transport processes associated with raindrops impacting surface water flows is used to examine the effect of slope length on sediment transported by rain-impacted flows on areas varying
  • in length from 2-30 m when runoff is generated uniformly or non-uniformly as slope length varies. Erosion by rain-impacted flow is a complex process and that complexity needs to be considered when analysing the results of experiments associated with rain
  • 2009
  • parameters it depends. A series of 14 experimental runs were performed in a laboratory physical model with uniform sand, varying the discharge and the longitudinal slope. Planimetric and altimetric configurations were monitored in order to assess
  • 2009
  • in root density with depth are studied so that root-reinforcement estimates obtained by RipRoot can be correctly applied to the layering within model runs of the bank stability and toe erosion model (BSTEM). It was found that stream-bank varied the most
  • 2009
  • influence sediment composition as slope length and storm intensity vary without factors such as aggregate breakdown and the development of surface crusts influencing the results.
  • 2009
  • content of forest soils, which employed a surface penetration method (Viro's method) in 1943 plots across Sweden. A relationship was found between stone and boulder content and surface boulder frequency, but the strength of the relationship varied
  • 2009
  • In this study, aerial photographs were analysed to benchmark the onset of the invasion by Pteronia incana. The soil moisture dependencies of the invader shrub and grasses were also investigated. The invasion assumed varying trajectories on abandoned
  • 2009
  • presented by the IPCC, and they determined that mean water consumption should increase by an average over 3% by 2050, but the climate-induced change in consumption varies considerably across census tracts.
  • 2009
  • factors influencing the permafrost regime were spring and summer air temperatures, and in one case snow depth. However, statistical links between meteorological and permafrost parameters varied between the tundra and northern taiga zones and among
  • 2009
  • extensive turbid coastal and inland lake waters quickly, even though concurrent depth samples are essential. The detectable depth is usually limited to 20 m. The accuracy of the retrieved bathymetry varies with water depth, with the accuracy substantially
  • 2009
  • of fluvial change means that it is critical that chronological control is sufficiently resourced with C 14 measurements. This approach has potential value in constraining the sequence of geomorphological development at scales that vary from individual sites
  • 2009
  • to vary according to slope position. The spatial patterns were not the same for all hillslopes. The roles of macropore creation and macropore infilling by sheet wash are discussed, and it is noted that the combination of these may result in distinctive
  • 2009
  • Slope is one of the most important distinguishing features for channel morphology. The AA. compare different methods for computing channel slope using LiDAR-derived digital terrain models (DTMs) with varying resolutions. They chose a headwater basin
  • 2009