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  • A botanical bibliography of the Archipelago of Madeira
  • A botanical bibliography of the Azores
  • Botanical exploration and vegetational changes on Rottnest Island
  • Nature displaced, nature displayed : order and beauty in botanical gardens
  • Botanical garden ; Cultural landscape ; Identity ; Landscape ; Landscape esthetics ; Perception ; Place ; United Kingdom
  • Botanical gardens displaced nature from forest and foothill and re-arranged it to reveal something of the scientific principles underpinning the apparent chaos of the wild. Through a study of three botanical gardens, belonging to the University
  • of Cambridge, the Royal Dublin Society, and the Belfast Natural History Society, the A. shows how the final outcome involved a complex interplay of ideas about place, identity, empire, botanical science, and aesthetics, creating spaces that would educate
  • This article briefly summarises the botanical results and data from archaeological excavations in China, India, and Thailand. There is no recent information on the origins of glutinous rice but botanical evidence points to a West African origin.
  • Determination of long-term erosion rates in vineyards of Navarre (Spain) using botanical benchmarks
  • In the region of Navarre, 7 rain-fed vineyards of different ages (between 22 and 61 years old) were selected as experimental plots. The proposed approach used a botanical signal, grafting callus, and determined the topographic changes caused
  • , providing a reliable botanical benchmark of the former soil surface.
  • Facilities for botanical research in the circumpolar arctic-subarctic zone in (Mélanges en l'honneur d'Ilmari Hustich).
  • The Maraca Rainforest Project. I. Pedological and botanical variations across the forest-savanna transition on Maraca Island
  • Botanical panorama of the Eastern Himalaya in The Himalaya. Aspects of change.
  • A guide map of Royal botanical garden, Godawari.
  • Co-development of alluvial fan surfaces and arid botanical communities, Stonewall Flat, Nevada, USA
  • Arid alluvial fan and fluvial dry wash surfaces in Stonewall Flat, Nevada, are characterized using surface geomorphic surveys, soil pits, botanical line surveys, and varnish microlamination dating techniques. Active and abandoned washes, and active
  • are characterized by woody perennials, with long-lived woody species inhabiting the oldest surfaces. Feedback mechanisms between early botanical communities and eolian deposition affect coppice and pavement development. In turn, these surface features control both
  • the composition and distribution of botanical communities on older, more stable surfaces.
  • Using botanical evidence for the determination of erosion rates in semi-arid tropical areas
  • Woody vegetation changes in the Sahel of Burkina Faso assessed by means of local knowledge, aerial photos, and botanical investigations
  • Talus fabric, clast morphology, and botanical indicators of slope processes on the Chaos Crags (California Cascades), U.S.A.
  • Paleomorphological and botanical evolution of small lowland valleys A case study of the mark valley in northern Belgium
  • Relief, clima, hydrology, caves, zoological, botanical gardens and other attractivities of landscape provoking emotions in tourism's participants are evaluated. The potential of landscape for dynamic tourism of Slovakia was estimated. - (MS)
  • This paper summarises the results of a geomorphological and landscape analytical research on a sample area, the Szentendre island in the Danube. On the basis of detailed geomorphological, pedological, botanical surveys and micro-climatological
  • The book reflects the results of inventarization of local topography in the regions Plauen-North, Plauen-South, Treuen and Oelsnitz. Specialists in the field of geography, history, geology, botanic and zoology give a survey about natural conditions
  • is discussed with respect to accuracy and repeatability. The methods covered include sedimentological evidence, botanical evidence, historical sources, planimetric resurvey, repeated cross-profiling, erosion pins and terrestrial photogrammetry. Prospects
  • Botanical identification of construction timbers is used to suggest different historio-geographical developments of two nearby Palestinian port cities, Haifa and Acre. Fragments of wood samples were taken from every wooden element of seventy