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  • In the first section basic macroeconomic trends are outlined. The regional patterns of change which are discussed in the second section refer to the ownership status and investments, the employment and unemployment, as well as to income
  • and consumption. The third section looks at those specific regional problem areas which are attributed to sectoral adjustments. A new regional typology is proposed in section four. Regional demographic change and internal migration trends are presented in section
  • five. Section six look at trends and prospects of international migration. - (DG)
  • Estimating stream cross-sectional area from wetted width and thalweg depth
  • Cross-sectional areas calculated from stream width and thalweg depth by the formula for a triangle were compared to those determined from conventional survey measurements. T-tests indicated no significant difference in cross-sectional areas
  • by the two methods. Cross-sectional areas determined by the triangle method are easy to obtain and appear generally to provide an accurate estimate of mean cross-sectional area for a wide range of channel conditions.
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  • Lithogeochemistry of some carbonate sections of the Dinantian in the Vesder Region (Belgium)
  • Cross-sections through the Belgian Variscan Massif
  • In the first section, the two duopoly models are reviewed. The second section discusses the evidence for the formation of the triopoly, and the third section develops a model of triopoly pricing. Price determination and the implications
  • of the triopoly for the future wheat prices are discussed in the final two sections. (INRA).
  • Conseil supérieur des corps universitaires, section géographie. Compte rendu de la session 1981
  • Compte rendu fait par les Maîtres-assistants élus (SNESUP-SGEN) de la 14 section du CSCU.
  • The first section of this paper outlines the role of industry in Turkey's economy generally, and particularly in foreign trade. The second section changes to a historical approach, by examining the main features of agreements between Turkey
  • and the Community which affect trade in industrial products. In the third section, the prospects for Turkish industry in the light of existing agreements with the Community are discussed. (L'A.).
  • Australia ; Braided channel ; Channel geometry ; Cross section ; Habitat ; Longitudinal section ; River bed ; Spatial variation ; Statistics ; Stream ; Victoria ; Water quality
  • A method for analysing longitudinal variations in cross-sectional shape and channel slope is developed and demonstrated with an application to the Wimmera River, Australia. The method involves characterising the geometry and spatial location
  • of individual cross-sections using 4 parameters and then conducting statistical analyses of the parameters from a set of cross-sections. The application to the Wimmera River identifies longitudinal trends and variability in cross-section characteristics
  • On river cross-sectional change in the Niger Delta
  • Bank erosion ; Carrying capacity ; Channel geometry ; Cross section ; Delta ; Fluvial erosion ; Fluvial processes ; Niger ; Nigeria ; Seasonal variation ; Soil properties ; Stream flow
  • Changes in river cross-sections in the Niger Delta are instigated mainly by bank failures, fluctuations in discharge, and bed degradation by fluvial processes. The relative importance of factors causing river cross-sectional change was ranked, based
  • the vulnerability of channel cross-sections to change.
  • Die bodennahen Winde in den Hochlagen der Indian Peaks Section (Colorado Front Range). (Windflow near soil surface in the Indian Peaks Section, Colorado Front Range)
  • Cartographie thématique ; Circulation atmosphérique ; Direction au sol ; Etats-Unis ; Géographie physique ; Indian Peaks Section ; Rocky Mountains ; Utah ; Vent ; Vitesse au sol
  • consigner sur les bulletins. Cet article cherche à combler cette lacune en prenant pour exemple l'Indian Peaks Section. Une carte est établie.
  • Statistical analysis of factors influencing cliff erosion along a section of the West Wales coast, U.K.
  • This study attempts to provide a better understanding of the factors influencing cliff erosion along this section of coastline, particular reference being given to the role of wave action on unconsolidated cliffs of glacial drift
  • Estimation of higher-order spatial autoregressive cross-section models with heteroscedastic disturbances
  • The paper generalizes the two-step approach to estimating a first-order spatial autoregressive model with spatial autoregressive disturbances in a cross-section with heteroscedastic innovations.
  • The document has been divided into four sections. Section one deals with those papers which select different attributes of housing, section two deals with the multinational perspectives on housing policies. The implementation of housing and urban
  • Refinements of the European mammal biochronology from the magnetic polarity record of the Plio-Pleistocene Zújar section, Guadix-Baza Basin, SE Spain
  • The magnetobiostratigraphy study of the 130-m-thick Zújar section (Negratín clays unit, Guadix-Baza Basin, Spain) provides a remarkable opportunity to improve the correlation of European mammal biostratigraphy to the Geomagnetic Polarity Time Scale
  • . The data obtained in the studied Zújar section allows three new relevant considerations to be made for the Late Pliocene chronology.
  • Salt cave cross-sections and their paleoenvironmental implications
  • Salt caves respond rapidly to environmental changes. Direct measurement and C 14 dating show that complex cross-sections may develop in a few hundred years. Two basic forms are discussed : 1) ingrowing vadose canyons where changing width may
  • correspond to changing discharge; 2) wide low passages with flat ceilings, developed by upward dissolution, which may indicate rising base level. Some cross-sections are deformed by Holocene tectonics.
  • Magnetic polarity stratigraphy of the Pleistocene section at Portland (Victoria), Australia
  • Three to seven oriented paleomagnetic samples were collected from 16 sites in the Nelson Bay and Bridgewater formations, which contains the recently discovered Nelson Bay local fauna. The entire section has reversed polarity. These results
  • and the presence of underlying middle Pliocene dated basalts, indicate that the Portland section, was deposited within the late Matuyama Chron between 1.66 and 0.73 myr ago. In addition, the reversed polarity for the Bridgewater Formation confirms the previous
  • Outlines the strengths and weaknesses of different ways that geographers organize time : temporal cross-sections; synchronic cross-sections; diachronic subsections; temporal integration. - (DWG)
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