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  • Nature and source of aeolian deposits near the summit of Ben Arkle, northwest Scotland
  • of the formerly-vegetated may be due to a slight climatic deterioration or to grazing by animals introduced since the late 19th century. (AIS).
  • 1984
  • Il porto e la città di Napoli ai primi del'900.
  • 1984
  • Geografia elettorale nell'Italia del Dopoguerra. Edizione aggiornata ai risultati delle edizioni politiche 1983.
  • 1984
  • Artificial intelligence (AI) may be regarded as an attempt to understand the processes of perception and reasoning that undeslie successful problem-solving and to incorporate the results of this research in effective computer programs
  • . The techniques of AI are applicable to a wide variety of geographical problems, including the modeling of individual and aggregate decision-making, and the construction of expert systems and intelligent geographical information systems.
  • 1984
  • territory, and the programme can be regarded as an example of a survey applicable to environmental planning and management as well as to the standard geological, pedological and hydrological surveys. (AIS).
  • 1984
  • The physiographic approach in soilsurvey is extended to landscape-ecological survey. Departing from the example of an area depicted on aerial photography, a qualitative landscape description is given. (AIS).
  • 1984
  • of the existing chronologies in the marine area. Avulsion rather than sea level changes have determined the alternation in clastic sediments and peat. (AIS).
  • 1984
  • dune area of the western Netherlands is discussed as well as some characteristics of the vegetational development. (AIS).
  • 1984
  • The Dutch fluvial area changed drastically during the period 1000-1300 AD, mainly due to human influence. Four topics are discussed. (AIS).
  • 1984
  • The soils of an area of Rotterdam (The Netherlands) have been developed mainly on peat deposits. Some smaller areas consist of sea-and river clay. (AIS).
  • 1984
  • The briefly discussed factors that possibly influenced the events during the period 1000-1300 AD are: climatic changes, sealevel changes, changes in river pattern and human influence. (AIS).
  • 1984
  • to a climatic change which might be an important factor affecting barrier behaviour and sand supply. (AIS).
  • 1984
  • The onset of overblowing along the beach can be placed around AD 1000. Around AD 1600, the general outline of today's dune morphology was already present except in areas close to the coast. (AIS).
  • 1984