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  • Cartographical display ; Czech Republic ; Groundwater ; Regionalization ; Thematic mapping
  • On the example of the Map of Groundwater Regionalization in the Czech Republic the inevitable cooperation with cartographers and geographers is discussed. The use of different types of dashes or numerical codes belongs among the appropriate method
  • Cartographic technique ; Numerical data ; Scale
  • Cartographic information ; Geosystem ; Landscape ; Mathematics ; Methodology ; Numerical analysis ; Thematic mapping
  • la répartition de la valeur cartographiée.
  • Cartographical display ; India ; Infant mortality ; Population
  • The AA. introduce maps of the sex ratio in India and explore through a map of changes in the sex ratio 1981-91 some numerical, analytical, and ethical problems of such mapping.
  • Automated mapping ; Methodology ; Model ; Numerical model ; Radiation ; Relief ; Solar radiation
  • The méthodology enables to take into account the factors affecting distribution of direct solar radiation on georelief, the hill shading including. Special attention is paid to automated cartographic interpretation of individual parameters
  • Cartographic display ; Flood ; Hydraulic works ; Landscape ; Landscape dynamics ; Poland ; Pond ; Valley ; Wisła
  • to this day was also put in place (in the 16th-17th centuries). Numerous floods regularly devastated the ponds, and the receding of floodwaters was followed by the rebuilding of ponds. This brought significant changes in the landscape of the valley.
  • Cartographic display ; Czech Republic ; Disease ; Epidemiology ; Health ; Jihočeský ; Risk
  • Ticks and tick-borne diseases (TBD) represent a serious health risk in numerous European countries, including Czechia. The South Bohemian Region is a TBD high-risk area. The aims of the current project are: to map the distribution of ticks and tick
  • Cartographic design ; Environment ; Geographical information system ; Global change ; Land use ; Numerical model ; Remote sensing
  • Cartographic design ; Data base ; Data processing ; Geographical information system ; Methodology ; Numerical model ; Remote sensing ; SPOT
  • Following an overview of the various recording systems and image data a description of the use of the data in cartographic representation and their importance in accumulating topographic information is given. Numerous examples from Egypt
  • Different approaches can be used in studying fluvial low waters. The use of simple numerical processes facilitates a primary approach to this phenomenon| a detailed statistical analysis of low waters shows their length and geographical extent
  • . A cartographical representation of observed discharge minima gives some indications about influences of geophysical factors in their genesis. The study of low waters in both medium and low latitudes has progressed in the last decades owing to completed research
  • Through the use of Landsat data, physical, cartographical and numerical information useful to set up a coastal heritage accounting on a belt of 5 km of marine waters and 20 km of lands. Making of restored false color images at 1/100 000 scale
  • Brittle tectonics of the Thingvellir and Hengill volcanic systems, Southwest Iceland : field studies and numerical modelling
  • Aerial photography ; Fault ; Geomorphological map ; Graben ; Iceland ; Numerical model ; Shear stress ; Structural geomorphology ; Tectonics ; Volcano
  • This paper focuses on field studies and numerical models of fracture development in the area of the Hengill Central Volcano and its northern fissure swarm containing the Thingvellir Graben, in Southwest Iceland. Apart from additional field data
  • on normal faults, a new detailed map of the Holocene fractures in the Thingvellir Graben is presented and used as a basis for numerical models on normal fault development. Results and discussion.
  • Austria ; Cartographic technique ; Data processing ; Digital elevation model ; Index ; Land utilisation ; Landscape structure ; Numerical data ; Scale ; Thematic mapping
  • Numerical simulations of salinity, turbidity and sediment accumulation in the Scheldt Estuary in Ecohydrodynamics.
  • A hydrodynamic and a dispersion model have been devised. Both models are two-dimensional, vertically integrated, and are solved numerically with a multioperational finite difference scheme (grid 300 300 m). (LW).
  • Numerical classification and ordination methods in biogeography
  • The aim of this review is, first, to summarize the more recent changing patterns in the application of numerical classification (cluster analysis) and ordination techniques and related techniques in biogeography. Second, this review seeks
  • Satellite images and their use in the numerical modelling of coastal processes
  • The interpretation of Landsat imagery of a coastal embayment in the NW Aegean Sea is compared with numerical model outputs representing the same environment : remotely sensed data and output from the hydrodynamic and dispersion models can
  • Numerical modeling of the late Weichselian Svalbard-Barents Sea ice sheet
  • Arctic Region ; Barents Sea ; Climatic variation ; Geochronology ; Glaciology ; Ice sheet ; Isostasy ; Model ; Numerical model ; Quaternary ; Svalbard
  • This paper uses a time-dependent glaciological model to produce numerical reconstructions of the late Weichselian Svalbard-Barents Sea Ice Sheet, taking account of recent geological, biological, and chronostratigraphic evidence of climatic change
  • Numerical investigation into the influence of geometry and construction materials on urban street climate
  • Applied climatology ; Energy balance ; Microclimate ; Model ; Numerical model ; Temperature ; Urban climate ; Urban construction
  • A numerical model is developed for simulating the nocturnal cooling of the ground and walls in typical urban canyons. The model is capable of dealing with homogeneous as well as inhomogeneous (layered) soil and wall substrates. Experiments carried
  • Validation of a numerical method to quantify depression storage by direct measurements on moulded surfaces
  • The aim of this study is to verify the hypothesis that the numerical method to determine surface storage is sufficiently accurate, by comparing the storage values obtained from the numerical method to the measured storage. A key problem