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  • Origin and development of glacio-karst closed depressions in the Picos de Europa, Spain
  • Glacio-karst closed depressions are the major large scale karst landforms of the Eastern Massif of the Picos de Europa. During valley glaciation the major depressions functioned as cirques, with smaller depressions also developing in the floor
  • of glacial troughs and in glacier margin locations. The major glacio-karst depressions developed at the locations of pre-glacial features where topo-climatic factors favoured snow accumulation.
  • Analysis of public employment impact multipliers in depressed areas
  • Depressed regions - or depressed regional policy ? 10 years of slovak experience.
  • MONTANOGENE UGREZNINE V VELENSKI KOTLINI DEPRESSIONS D'ORIGINE MINIERE DANS LE BASSIN DE VELENJE (Serbo-Croate
  • DEPRESSIONS DANS LE BASSIN DE LIGNITE, RECEMMENT MIS EN EXPLOITATION, DE VELENJE. (A. BL.).
  • Glaciokarst depressions in the Door Peninsula, Wisconsin
  • Glaciokarst assemblages, rarely documented in the United States are well represented in the Door Peninsula, where characteristic steps, pavements and enclosed depressions are developed in the Silurian Niagara Dolomite.
  • RAVINS ET DEPRESSIONS FERMEES DU CONTINENTAL TERMINAL IVOIRIEN
  • ABIDJAN, REGION ; BASSIN SEDIMENTAIRE ; CONTINENTAL TERMINAL ; COTE D'IVOIRE ; DEPRESSION FERMEE ; GEOMORPHOLOGIE ; Géographie de l'Afrique ; ZONE INTERTROPICALE
  • LE BASSIN SEDIMENTAIRE SECONDAIRE-TERTIAIRE DE COTE D'IVOIRE EST TRAVERSE D'EST EN OUEST PAR UNE FAILLE IMPORTANTE, L'ACCIDENT DES LAGUNES. AU NORD DE CET ACCIDENT LES SEDIMENTS DU CONTINENTAL TERMINAL ARGILO-SABLEUX S'OUVRENT DES DEPRESSIONS
  • FERMEES, DONTL'ORIGINE POURRAIT SE TROUVER DANS UN LESSIVAGE SOUTERRAIN. LA PRESENTE ETUDE EST LA DESCRIPTION TOPOGRAPHIQUE D'UNE DE CES DEPRESSIONS. (FN).
  • A new approach for dealing with depressions in digital elevation models when calculating flow accumulation values
  • In this paper, some of the main flow accumulation algorithms and some existing techniques for dealing with closed depressions in DEMs are reviewed. A new algorithm is presented which assumes that such depressions are real features in the landscape
  • , and which allows them to ‘fill’ and then ‘overflow’ into downstream areas within the DEM. Examples with a synthetic and two real DEMs suggest that, at least in these cases, the assumption that depressions are real is justified. These results also suggest
  • that determining the size distribution for depressions within a DEM could form the basis for identifying whether artifact depressions are a problem in individual DEMs.
  • The impact of depression removal on catchment geomorphology, soil erosion and landscape evolution
  • This study examines whether a digital elevation model can be hydrologically correct (i.e. all depressions removed so that all water can run downslope) before use in a landscape evolution model and what effect depression removal has on long-term
  • show that there is little difference in catchment geomorphology and hydrology for the non-depression removed and depression removed data sets.
  • Evolution and opening of closed depressions developed in a quartz-kaolinitic sedimentary substratum at Taubaté basin (São Paulo, Brazil), and anlogy to the slope evolution
  • Brazil ; Chemical erosion ; Closed depression ; Dating ; Geomorphogenesis ; Groundwater ; Peat bog ; Relief ; Sedimentary ; Slope ; São Paulo ; Tectonics ; Weathering
  • This study attempts to differentiate the chemical role from that of surface mechanical transport in the evolution of closed depressions and associate valleys. The occurrence of dated peat (17,000-12,500 yr B.P.) in the soil in a closed depression
  • of the Taubaté basin, allowed reconstruction of the evolution of this depression, and estimation of the rate of sinking. Chemical erosion is the main agent for the generation of landforms in this region.
  • Loess deposits are widespread within the piedmont and intramontane depressions of Central Asia. They cover piedmont plains, river terraces, ridge slopes and watersheds. Loess is a significant component in the piedmonts of Tien Shan, eastern Fergana
  • depression, the Afgan-Tajik depression, piedmonts of Kopetdag, Badchyz and Karabil Hills north of Parapamiz, in the Kashmir valley, on the Potwar Plateau and in the Peshawar Basin.
  • Boulder depressions in central Sweden. Remnants of a pre-Late Weichselian landscape?
  • During geomorphological mapping of an area in central Sweden, it was found that areas of boulder depressions tended to be mutually exclusive with drumlinized and Rogen moraine areas of Late Weichselian origin. This irregular erosion pattern probably
  • reflects the fact that the Late Weichselian ice sheet was partially frozen to its bed. If the situation is the same in other parts of Fennoscandia, boulder depressions may prove to be a helpful feature when searching for warm- and cold-based areas
  • Erosion of primary volcanic depressions in the Inner Carpathian Volcanic Chain
  • This paper, summarising and evaluating regional data of recent research, focusses on the characteristics of erosion and drainage pattern observed on the youngest to oldest volcanic depressions of the Carpathians. Eroded craters, calderas, failure
  • -related and volcano-tectonic depressions are distinguished, and the course and geomorphic characteristics of their degradation are discussed.
  • The Federal program concerning the Development of the Depressed Regions is being worked out in the Russian Federation, though for the time being there is no clear definition of a depressed regions as well criteria for obtainig this status. Any
  • territory seeking for the federal subsidies is ready to claim for the status of depressed region. The article contains the analysis the Japanese legislative practice in this field and evaluation of possibility to use such a machinery in modern Russia
  • . The main stress is put on the problem of employment reduction in depressed industries of regions and the role of all-level authorities in the solution of the problem. The importance of forecasting and preventive measures is pointed out.
  • Creation of dune depressions by foredune accretion in Thematic Issue II.
  • The results of this study document the mechanisms for formation of dune hollows by foredune accretion and identify the strong relationship between wave processes and location, orientation, and shape of depressions. Wind plays a role in the formation
  • of hollows primarily through construction of the new foredune, and wind eventually becomes the dominant agent of landform change landward of the new foredune crest. Many dune depressions continue to evidence their noneolian origins and to influence how eolian
  • Quantitative description of depression storage using a digital surface model. II. Characteristics of surface depressions
  • Effect of depression storage capacity on overland-flow generation for rough horizontal surfaces : water transfer distance and scaling
  • This paper presents a simple understanding-oriented model based on the conditioned-walker technique. This model simulates overland-flow triggering, i.e. the development of water transfer among depressions and to the runoff boundary. By the use
  • of relevant measurements, the paper intends to provide further understanding about the control of overland-flow by the surface roughness due to the storage of water by depressions.
  • Bau der Lithosphäre in der Ubergangszone von der Mitteleuropäischen Senke zum Atlantischen Ozean. (Structure of the lithosphère in the transition zone between the Central-European depression and Atlantic Ocean)
  • Geodynamical processes and interrelations between the opening of the Atlantic ocean, the development of transition zone and the Central-European depression are analyzed by means of investigations of the transition zone between the Central-European
  • depression and the Atlantic ocean. A scheme of the depths of the asthenospere-lithospere border is discussed. (HL).
  • Beitrag zur Einschätzung des Zustandes der Erdkruste der Mittel-europäischen Senke. (A contribution to the assessment of the state of earth's crust of the Middle-European depression)
  • Based on investigations on the interruption of the isostatic equilibrium of the earth crust and the horizontal gradients of thicknesses and depths within the Middle-European depression different crustal states could be found out for the GDR part
  • of depression. These parts coincide with the opening and closing areas.
  • Prediction of monsoon depression movement with barotropic models
  • The pedological regionalization of the Subcarpathian depression Cracaˇu-Bistriţa