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  • Rill initiation : concepts and experimental evaluation on badland slopes in Erosion budgets and their hydrologic basis.
  • Alberta ; Badlands ; Canada ; Erosion des sols ; Géographie physique ; Géomorphodynamique ; Lithologie ; Précipitation ; Ruissellement ; Simulation
  • In the Dinosaur Badlands most surface materials are so dispersive and highly erodible that flow concentration alone is the necessary condition for rill initiation. The experiments carried out in this research project have demonstrated clear
  • if the conditions necessary for their initiation are no longer fulfilled. In the badlands the relationship is exemplified by the continued development of rills on sandstones slopes even after capping shale units have disappeared.
  • 1986
  • Badlands ; Bassin-versant ; Bilan sédimentaire ; Cataluna ; Climat méditerranéen ; Espagne ; Géographie physique ; Géomorphodynamique ; Hydrodynamique ; Montagne
  • The present paper summarizes the main results obtained, with special emphasis on the dynamics of a little badland area which seems to supply roughly 14 kg per square meter and year of silty sediment, with marked differences between summer
  • 1986
  • Alberta ; Argile minéral ; Badlands ; Canada ; Erosion des sols ; Géographie physique ; Lesotho ; Luxembourg ; Propriété du sol ; Ravinement ; Sol forestier
  • Description de méthodes simples utilisées pour caractériser les propriétés de gonflement et contraction des sols et application à 3 types de terrain : 1 -les badlands de Dinosaur Park, Alberta| 2- les sols du Lesotho soumis à un fort ravinement| 3
  • 1986
  • Accumulation fluviatile ; Action anthropique ; Alluvions ; Badlands ; Basilicata ; Delta ; Environnement ; Erosion des sols ; Géographie de l'Europe ; Holocène ; Italie ; Lucania ; Monde méditerranéen ; Plaine alluviale
  • and clays, steep relief) was the main reason why man's influence on nature has had catastrophic effects (badland formation in the hinterland and on the valley slopes, enormous accumulations in the valleys and coastal plains).
  • 1986
  • Five stratigraphic units and five soils of late Pleistocene to Holocene age crop out in dissected badlands near Las Vegas. The record is dominantly fluvial but contains evidence of several moisters marsh-forming periods.
  • 1986
  • Most of the sediment load of the Red Deer River, Alberta, Canada, is derived from a badland area which forms less than 2 per cent of the drainage basin. This paper describes results from a small instrumented ephemeral basin set up to determine
  • 1986