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  • Meteorological patterns and fog water collection in Morocco and the Canary Islands
  • hourly and daily data can be recorded were used. The average quantities of collected water were about 10 l/m2/day at both sites, but there is inverse seasonality since more fog water is collected in Morocco in the winter whereas in the Canary Islands
  • The aim of this study is to characterize the synoptic weather patterns that justify fog water collection on the coast of Morocco and the Canary Islands. Furthermore, fog water collection is studied to evaluate its feasibility as a sustainable water
  • 2011
  • The paper assesses the use of a household diary approach as a means of framing and collecting household environmental data, and as an educational vehicle for bringing about behavioural change by encouraging reflexivity.
  • 2011
  • Collecte de données pour la représentation cartographique et la modélisation des excès d'eaux continentales à l'aide d'un reseau artificiel de drainage
  • 3D scanner ; Absorption ; Channel ; Confluent ; Continental water ; Data collection ; Digital elevation model ; Drainage network ; Extreme event ; Geographical information system ; Great Hungarian Plain ; Hungary ; Hydrology ; Photointerpretation
  • Absorption ; Alföld ; Chenal ; Collecte des données ; Confluence ; Cours d'eau ; Eau continentale ; Hongrie ; Hydrologie ; Maros-Körös ; Modèle numérique de terrain ; Photo-interprétation ; Phénomène extrême ; Propriétés du sol ; Remontée d'eau
  • (ALS) data and stereo aerial photographs were acquired from three different study areas in the Maros-Körös Interfluve. The ALS data and three dimensional vectors (breaklines) that were derived from aerial photographs were employed to create a 70 km2
  • 2011
  • can be examined. This article focuses on a description of the atlas paying attention to the manner in which data were collected and assembled ; the use of the atlas as a resource that encourages and facilitates greater public engagement
  • this issue, Irish population change data for 160 years of Irish population history have been assembled in an interactive online atlas through which population change at a consistent set of 3432 electoral divisions (EDs) combining Irish and Northern Irish data
  • with the spatiality of population change in local areas ; the perspectives gleaned from an initial mapping of long-term population change ; and an outline of ways in which the data can be used for academic research.
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  • The AA. combined ground-based pulsed radar data collected in 2008–2009 with airborne radio-echo sounding data acquired in 1983 and 1986 over Vestfonna ice cap, Svalbard. The airborne dataset mainly covers the fast-flowing outlet glaciers
  • and the marginal zone, while the ground-based data explicitly cover the interior part of the ice cap. The data presented here are thus the first complete estimate of bed topography and ice thickness. The need to include more volume observations in the derivations
  • 2011
  • papers, gray literature reports from Belize and other Caribbean nations, remotely sensed images, coarse bathymetric maps, new bathymetric data collected with a single-beam sonar, and reports of fishermen from various parts of the country, the AA
  • This paper offers a case study of the process involved in the development of a national network of marine reserves to protect multispecies reef fish spawning aggregation sites. Using diverse and patchy sets of data including published peer-reviewed
  • 2011
  • The Collembola, Araneae and gamasid mite fauna from the vicinity of Kinnvika on the island of Nordaustlandet in the Svalbard archipelago are described. All invertebrates collected were already known from locations on the west coast of Spitsbergen
  • . These records supplement the scarce current terrestrial invertebrate data for this region and contribute towards the baseline data for this region proposed to become an Arctic environmental reference area.
  • 2011
  • Calibration of the transport relations was based on bed load transport data collected over a wide range of flows on the Snake River and its 2 major tributaries within the study area in 2006 and 2007. Comparison of actual flows with unregulated flows
  • magnitudes, common floods are capable of mobilizing the bed material. Calculations suggest that the Snake River was not in equilibrium before construction of JLD, but was naturally in sediment deficit. This result highlights the value of transport data
  • 2011
  • In this study, the AA. collected climate data at a range of different scales for the Abisko region, Northern Sweden, and evaluated both the scale mismatch and the coupling among these datasets. First, a comparison of the large-scale weather station
  • measurements and gridded climate reanalysis (ERA-40) data is used to define regional climatology in the Swedish sub-Arctic and obtain the mesoscale temperature lapse rates. Second, combined with temperature measurements obtained from transects set among complex
  • 2011
  • Sediment samples with high spatial resolution and flow data were collected on the tidal flats in the mouth-bar region of the Yangtze Estuary in July 2005, July 2006 and May 2007. The samples were analyzed with a particle sizer, resulting
  • 2011
  • A multi-scale dataset of 17 rainfall events collected simultaneously at 4 spatial scales within a small agricultural catchment in 2005-2006 is presented. Analysis using exploratory techniques and a two-step, zero-inflated lognormal mixed-effects
  • pathways including through macropores and field drains. The processes contributing to scale dependence in the data, and the possibility that certain processes dominate at particular scales, are discussed.
  • 2011
  • Denmark ; Event ; Model ; Statistical data ; Territorial identity ; Territory ; Zoning
  • Gestion de zonages territoriaux de natures multiples et évolutives, servant de supports à la collecte de données statistiques. Modèle capable de rendre compte de la généalogie des unités constituant ces zonages, pour analyser la nature des
  • 2011
  • as the study area. The AA. integrated field data collected in 2 field surveys to analyze the impacts of the disturbance on forests. The results are presented and discussed. The extent of damage to plantations along the transect decreased in the order of slash
  • 2011
  • bank topography data collected using a terrestrial laser scanner. Discussion of the model comparisons of the retreat on forested bank and grassy bank. The results suggest that three-dimensional gridded bare-earth models of bank topography may
  • 2011
  • calculated for a given event using all replicated data collected in plots having the same length. Then, a comparison between the frequency distribution of soil loss and rainfall erosivity index of the USLE was carried out. An estimating criterion
  • 2011
  • China ; Competitiveness ; Data base ; Developed countries ; Developing countries ; Development ; Environment ; Environmental conservation ; Information ; Information system ; Sustainable development ; United Nations ; World
  • Le présent article nous éclaire sur les sujets suivants : où peut-on trouver de l'information utile pour et sur le développement durable ; comment est collectée et gérée cette information ; qui peut accepter de partager cette information et mettre
  • 2011
  • rural catchment of the Mexican Volcanic Belt. Data were collected over one year at three upland sites. The results show that rather than drainage area, landscape controls were the main drivers of sediment export and surface–subsurface partitioning
  • 2011
  • Data on rainfall, runoff and soil moisture regime were collected at 5 monitoring sites in a sandy area, along a rainfall gradient from 86 to 160 mm. Despite the uniform sandy substratum the frequency and magnitude of runoff declined with increasing
  • 2011
  • By combining new geomorphic, stratigraphic, and archaeological data collected during recent excavations with results from previous geomorphic and sediment transport studies, observed trends can be interpreted regarding the possible influence
  • 2011
  • Berlin ; Buenos Aires ; Changement urbain ; Créativité ; Culturel ; Ecologie politique ; Géographie urbaine ; Lagos ; Lieu de mémoire ; London ; Los Angeles ; Mémoire collective ; Seoul ; Urbanisation
  • This edited volume brings together a range of international scholarship on cities, urbanization, and urban culture. The format of the collection involves short essays that explore such themes as new forms of political mobilization, the effects
  • of economic instability, the political ecology of urban nature, and the presence of collective memory. Cultural aspects of urban change are considered, including the work of artists and film makers who have critically engaged with processes of urban change
  • . The global scope of the collection involves essays on London, Berlin and Los Angeles, as well as less extensively studied cities such as Buenos Aires, Lagos and Seoul. – (HC)
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