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  • Step-pool evolution in the Rio Cordon, northeastern Italy
  • The main aim of this study was to monitor the temporal evolution of step-pool morphology and, at the same time, the influence of steepness on the total bedload volume yielded by comparable flood hydrographs. The analogy of step spacing with antidune
  • 2001
  • An example of river pattern evolution produced during the lateral growth of a central polygenic volcano : the case of the Alcantara river system, Mt Etna (Italy)
  • the hydrographic and hydrogeological setting of this sector of Mt Etna as a consequence of the northern lateral growth of the volcano.
  • 2001
  • Multicentury-scale records of carbonate (hydrographic ?) variability on the northern Iceland margin over the last 5000 years
  • The waters off northern Iceland are subjected to extreme hydrographic variability on annual to decadal timescales. In years when cold low-salinity water moves coastward and sea ice is prevalent (i.e., the late 1960s), marine productivity of surface
  • 2001
  • Links between demersal species distribution pattern and hydrographic structures in the bay of Biscay and Celtic Sea
  • 2001
  • The importance of the main external driving agents in the bay of Biscay hydrographic changes
  • 2001
  • objective is to examine the changes that occured in surface storm runoff hydrographs as rates of infiltration changed through time.
  • 2001
  • The sour Nocerino Sarnese has to face out a series of problems linked to the mixing of economic activities, to the acceleration of the phenomenons of concentration and to the hydrographic pollution. The A. examines projects and programmes
  • 2001
  • high sedimentation rate in the Holocene and its position relative to strong hydrographic gradients in the subantarctic South Atlantic. The AA. measured multiple proxies including oxygen isotopes of diatoms and foraminifera, February sea surface
  • 2001