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  • Morphological and hydrological possibilities for the development of water power at Angmassalik. Angmassalitk. A case study of applied physical geography
  • The observations of biological indicators of the water masses (during the cruise of s/y Gedania around Spitsbergen in 1981) connected with surface currents system are included in these papers. The hypothesis is made, that Atlantic water renewals
  • in the South Spitsbergen area have 2-3 years period. Some selected of South Spitsbergen sea waters are represented: transformation of the South Cape Current, Atlantic Water renewals into fjords of the west coast and problem of Winter Cooled Brepollen Water
  • The study is divised into two parts: 1. a comparison of cold shallow-water, cold-climate fossil ostracods from southern Manitoba with modern counterparts in the arctic (Somerset side) and 2. a comparison of warm-water, temperature-climate fossil
  • The nature of sea-level changes and the circulation of water in the Arctic Ocean are briefly outlined. Seasonal changes in sea level are simulated with a two-dimensional nonlinear model for the water and a nonlinear model of the ice drift affected
  • and conservation of the water circulation and the free surface topography in the Arctic Ocean. - (L'Ed.).
  • Regional water balance on the arctic toundra in Summer
  • Water circulation in not glaciated part of the north-western Sorkappland (Spitsbergen)
  • Contribution of nutrients from sediments and interstitial water to Colville River system
  • The possible impact on the Arctic Ocean of the proposed transfer of water from the Northern Rivers of the USSR to the South
  • Conceptual models of circulation and sedimentation in arctic fjords are presented to illustrate the current understanding of these environments. Circulation is a vigorous process in these fjords and is enhanced by the loss of the fresh water cap
  • during the long winter period of near zero inflow, the process of brine rejection during the formation of sea-ice and the role of glaciers and icebergs injecting fresh water at depth. On the other hand the presence of sea-ice blocks reduces the mixing
  • Hydrologic and geologic control of carbonate water chemistry in the subartic Nahanni karst, Canada
  • Hydrologische Studien zum Wasserhaushalt hocharktischer Einzugsgebiete im Bereich des Oobloyah-Tals, N-Ellesmere Island, N. W. T., Kanada = Hydrological investigations on the water balance of high arctic catchment areas in the Oobloyah Valley
  • Reinterpretation of previous paleoceanographic and paleoclimatic studies suggest that the T. lentiginosa-dominated assemblage is the product of dissolution and does not reflect the paleoecology of overlying waters. Temperature transfer equations
  • The dry areas of the Antarctic are extreme deserts. Because of the cold they are not subjected to rainfall and geochemical separations can take place which would be destroyed by flowing water in the more temperate deserts. The distribution
  • The bibliography contains also citations of the exploration and scientific work done in the North Water region (74-77 N, 70-78 W) between the Canadian High Arctic and Northern Greenland. (AC).
  • There is given description of the preconditions of mechanic weathering processes occuring in the oases in Antarctica, using numerous temperature measurements made on the solid rock as well as measurements of the temperature and water content
  • During the Heidelberg-Ellesmere-island-expedition in 1978 the summerly water balance of this high arctic catchment area with continuous permafrost was investigated. (D'après l'Ed.).
  • succession that can be used effectively in defining the gross pattern of landform development is demonstrated for soils of both wat and dry sites.
  • Sub-aerial relief-forming processes are few in number and weak in polar cold deserts without rains and melt water being hardly available. Vertical zonality of the processes is almost completely absent. Final stage of mountain planation is deserption
  • Subsurface contour maps from the lakes Untersee and Obersee obtained from a lot of soundings and measurements of albedo and temperature allow statements for dynamic of the water body of this predominant unknown lakes. The geological field work
  • unit, or the lowest exposed marine unit, of the Gubik contains unusual, relatively warm-water marine mammals. Although these mammals have poorly known fossil histories, consideration of what is know suggests that the basal marine unit near Ocean Point