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  • Spatial variability of soils developing on basalt flows in the Potrillo volcanic field, southern New Mexico : prelude to a chronosequence study
  • This study seeks to improve the accuracy of a future soil chronosequence study in the Potrillo volcanic field by : further evaluating the evolution of basalt flow surface topography with time; identifying the systematic variability of soils
  • developing on these basalt flows; and determining which landscape positions are most suitable for a chronosequence study.
  • 1999
  • A study on the religious sphere of the Kanamura Betsurai Shrine, Ibaraki
  • Association ; Community ; Cultural studies ; Honshu ; Japan ; Religion ; Religious practice ; Spatial distribution
  • 1999
  • Application of digital elevation and geological data in studies of morphotectonics and relief - a case study of the sub-Cambrian peneplain in south-western Sweden
  • 1999
  • A study on the system of sustainable development of tourist marketing environment
  • 1999
  • Progress of regional economic geography in China : a comparative study
  • 1999
  • Negotiating rural tourism development at the local level. A case study in Pišece, Slovenia
  • This study examines the policy and politics of the development or rural tourism at the local level in Slovenia. Its purpose was to increase the understanding of the social-political dimensions of the rural tourism development process at the local
  • 1999
  • A study on the possible impacts of climate warming on rice production in China
  • Based on climate change scenarios, this study evaluates possible impacts of climate warming on rice production in China using numerical simulation experiments. The analyses include the changes of agroclimatic conditions for rice production
  • 1999
  • Study on soil erosion dynamics in typical region of southern China based on remote sensing, GIS and gray forecast model
  • This paper studies soil erosion in the typical region of southern China based on remote sensing, GIS techniques and gray forecast model, and examines the relation between land-cover change and the dynamics of soil erosion.
  • 1999
  • Verification of landslide susceptibility mapping : a case study
  • The aim of this study is to determine the reliability and usefulness of a landslide susceptibility map devised for the Rute sector in the province of Córdoba by means of a matrix method developed with a Geographical Information System (GIS
  • 1999
  • Pottery manufacture in early Roman Galilee : a micromorphological study
  • The characteristics of, and the sources of the soil materials for, pottery groups manufactured in 3 ancient settlements of early Roman Galilee were studied by micromorphological techniques. The micromorphological comparison of the pottery groups
  • 1999
  • The use of quartz grain microtextures in the study of the origin of sand terrains in Western Australia
  • The origin of extensive sand terrains which lie inland from the coastal margin of Western Australia is contentious. This work is a detailed study of quarz grain microtextures from the Victoria Plateau sandplain intended to show whether the sand
  • 1999
  • In this study, a tectonic model of landscape evolution recently developed for Uganda, was tested by detailed study of the weathered mantle. The study involved an analysis of weathered-mantle stratigraphy, texture, mineralogy and elemental
  • 1999
  • Orthogonal intersections of megatrends in the Western Pacific ocean basin : a case study of the Mid-Pacific mountains
  • , are the focus of this paper and are explained using different methods. A case study of the Mid-Pacific Mountains (MPM) is presented to demonstrate a possible tectonic framework for the formation of rises, plateaus, or vortex structures at the orthogonal
  • 1999
  • Coarse sand accumulations in granite mountains : the case-studies of the Serra do Gerês and Serra da Estrela (Portugal)
  • After the characterisation of the coarse sand accumulations in both mountains, their sedimentological properties are analysed and the aeolian and water activity in the two mountain ranges is compared. From this study it is evident that aeolian
  • in the 2 study areas.
  • 1999
  • Tributary-trunk stream relations in a cut-and-fill landscape : a case study from Wolumla catchment, new South Wales, Australia
  • in studies of cut-and-fill landscapes, yet this has significant impacts on the within-catchment transfer of water and sediment. This study also records how human impacts on the character and behaviour of the trunk stream may have profound secondary impacts
  • 1999
  • The LABEREX chamber for studying the critical shear stress for fine-grained sediment
  • 1999
  • Soil erosion in the Central Midlands of KwaZulu-Natal : a comparative study
  • 1999
  • To understand, and perhaps predict, something of the movement of these barchan sand dunes, the A. undertook a study of the dunes using aerial photographs. This led to a general study of sand movement in the surrounding region.
  • 1999
  • Cultural studies ; Geographic school ; Historical geography ; Latin America ; Research
  • Editor notes that this article is to serve as a counterpoint to Wallach's commentary. AA. make the case that Sauer had a long line of academic disciples who studied Latin America. Tables are important for those who want to delve into Sauer's family
  • 1999
  • La valutazione d'impatto ambientale nell'esperienza trentina dal 1990 al 1997 : il caso degli studi per gli impianti idroelettrici
  • Cluster analysis ; Energy ; Environment ; Hydro-electric station ; Impact study ; Italy ; Location choice ; Trentino-Alto Adige
  • 1999