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  • The Hydrologic cycle and the wisdom of the child
  • KATES R. W.
  • Provision of child care facilities in Sydney
  • Social, cultural, and economic determinants of age at birth of first child ni Peninsular Malaysia
  • Birth spacing and child mortality in Bangladesh and the Philippines
  • PEBLEY, A. R.
  • Simla. A hill station in British India
  • A spatial analysis of child medical emergency hospital admissions
  • Reproductive patterns and child mortality in Guatemala
  • PEBLEY, A. R.
  • Pleistocene geology and geomorphology of the Smoking Hills Upland and lower Horton River Arctic coast of mainland Canada
  • Arctique ; Canada ; Glaciaire ; Géographie de l'Amérique ; Interglaciaire ; Paléo-environnement ; Pléistocène ; Quaternaire ; Réseau de drainage ; Smoking Hills Upland
  • The purpose of this paper is to discuss the Pleistocene landforms and associated deposits that could shed light on the glacial history of the Smoking Hills Upland and lower Horton River area.
  • MACKAY, J. R.
  • Structure, géomorphologie et sols (B. Swan)| climat (Chia LinSien)| végétation (R. D. Hill)| population (W. Neville)| agriculture et pêcheries (R. D. Hill)| agriculture commerciale (P. J. Courtenay)| matières premières, mines et énergie (P. J
  • . Courtenay)| commerce, transports et industrie (R. D. Hill)| les villes (T. G. McGee)| politiques et problèmes (M. E. Osborne).
  • HILL, R. D., (Editeur scientifique)
  • Focusing on child-care provision, but with some reference also to services for aged dependents, the paper describes the community-service practice of two Melbourne municipalities and the class and gender biases they incorporate.
  • Geography teaching at primary school level is becoming increasingly child-centred and concept based. In order for teaching methodologies and syllabus to reflect this trend planners and teachers have to understand the way in which children develop
  • A sequence of landsliding mechanisms in the Hambleton Hills, Northern England, illustrated by features at Peak Scar, Hawnby
  • Bloc ; Eboulement ; Falaise ; Glissement de terrain ; Géographie physique ; Géomorphodynamique ; Hambleton Hills ; Northern England ; Royaume-Uni ; Versant
  • COOPER, R. G.
  • This research examines how seeing one’s child or children as part of the communication affects mothers’ feelings towards their children. Through the example of group of mothers in Hamilton, New Zealand using Skype, it reveals that the dwelling
  • ’ their child or children enables them to assess their children’s well-being more accurately. In this way the computer screen, as object, by portraying moving visual images, is ‘reorientating’ mothers’ and children’s bodies offering a seemingly closer physical
  • LONGHURST, R.[b1]
  • Child and youth mobility
  • BULIUNG, R., (Editeur scientifique)
  • Of scalar hierarchies and welfare redesign : child care in three Canadian cities
  • MAHON, R.
  • Landsliding in the Likhu Khola drainage basin, Middle Hills of Nepal
  • Bassin-versant ; Développement durable ; Erosion des sols ; Glissement de terrain ; Middle Hills ; Népal ; Terrasse ; Utilisation agricole du sol ; Utilisation du sol
  • This paper reports the results of a three-year study of landsliding (1991,1992 and 1993) in 4 subcatchments of the Likhu Khola basin, Middle Hills, Nepal. The largest failures occurred in the drier south-facing catchments, the vast majority being
  • A re-examination of the evidence for a Plio-Pleistocene marine transgression on the Chiltern Hills. I. Structures and surfaces
  • Cartographie thématique ; Chiltern Hills ; Cénozoïque ; England ; Géographie de l'Europe ; Géologie régionale ; Isobathe ; Krigeage ; Pliocène ; Pléistocène ; Pénéplaine ; Royaume-Uni ; Surfaces de tendance ; Technique de recherche ; Transgression
  • La cartographie des surfaces géologiques du Crétacé, Crétacé supérieur et Tertiaire pour la région des Chiltern Hills permet de montrer un monoclinal SW-NE qui coïncide avec la rupture de pente du talus morphologique. La preuve d'une transgression