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  • Early man in the Jordan Valley: the excavations at'Ubeidiya
  • La croupe excavée du col des Rhodes (massif des Cévennes): un exemple caractéristique de l'évolution du relief des massifs de roches métamorphiques
  • Cristallin ; Croupe excavée ; Cévennes ; Erosion différentielle ; France ; Géographie de l'Europe ; Géomorphologie structurale ; Massif Central ; Météorisation ; Phyllade ; Rhodes, col ; Ruissellement ; Versant
  • Renewed excavations (1990) recovered a series of 14C samples related to the complex stratigraphy. Six 14C dates show that the recently excavated deposits range in age between 45,000 and 27,000 yr B.P. These ages suggest that the upper deposits
  • , removed in the earlier excavations, date from 27,000 to 11,000 yr B.P.
  • Numerical analysis of groundwater level fluctuations through linear excavations. A case of Joban motorway at northwestern part of Shimousa plateau
  • This paper explains why limestone is such an important commodity, examines the technique by which it is excavated, the geomorphological impacts of those techniques, and describes how such impacts may be minimised. It is based largely on research
  • in Britain. Quarrying may also impact on karst water resources, particularly where excavation takes place beneath the water table, but these impacts tend to be site specific whilst te geomorphological impacts are more general.
  • The excavation of the Storglaciären trough during the Quaternary
  • Experiment in landscape : the Norfolk excavations of Marietta Pallis
  • This report deals with a vertebrate assemblage in primary context excavated from January Cave in the Front Ranges of the Rocky Mountains, Alberta.
  • This article briefly summarises the botanical results and data from archaeological excavations in China, India, and Thailand. There is no recent information on the origins of glutinous rice but botanical evidence points to a West African origin.
  • Action anthropique ; Crue ; Dégradation de l'environnement ; Environnement ; Environnement urbain ; Erosion des sols ; Excavation ; Nigéria ; Orage ; Ravinement ; Ruissellement ; Transport sédimentaire
  • , foot traffic, road construction and excavation of gutters and refuse dumping pits. Eroded soil, and solid waste cause the narrow gutters to clog, consequently, flooding and sedimentation take place during storms. Results of the study show
  • Mammuthus trogontherii (Pohlig, 1885), the steppe mammoth of Nolhac. Preliminary report on a left and right upper M, excavated at the ancient maar of Nolhac, Haute-Loire, Auvergne, France
  • Geomorphological investigation of the excavation-induced Dündar landslide, Bursa - Turkey
  • Le volume excavé du bassin du Lac Supérieur est calculé en incluant le volume du lac lui-même et le volume excavé des collines environnantes 465 m au dessus du niveau du lac, ce qui donne un volume total de 41 000 km évacué à la fin du Tertiaire et
  • This study is the first large scale examination of the stratigraphic relationships of acid sulfate soils in Australia. Field and laboratory data from 346 excavated acid sulfate soil profiles for an extensive soil survey undertaken to map
  • excavated for the risk maps are investigated here to examine the elevation of pyritic layers on the New South Wales coast.
  • of the ongoing study is to determine near-surface potential weathering rates beneath birch forest, Dryas heath, heath, meadow, solifluction meadow, and willow vegetation cover types. Selected disks were excavated after 1 year, and all disks were excavated after 4
  • La région karstique du Limbourg comprend toujours des phénomènes karstiques, menacés malheureusement. Elle compte 160 km d'excavations souterraines, des dolines, des tuyaux d'orgues et quelques conduits naturels ou grottes d'une longueur de 70 m
  • and forms excavated under the presently existing Storglaciären in northern Sweden.
  • Three parabolic dunes from the Fair Oaks Dune field in northern Indiana were excavated, in order to study the properties and genesis of lamellae. In this paper, the AA. demonstrate petrogenic (depositional) origin of these lamellae.
  • This new technique has been designed to produce a profile of displacement within the soil without any excavation, by using a set of plastic blocks emplaced within the soil at different depths as markers. The technique was tested in a pilot study
  • In the Kootwijkerzand on the Veluwe a settlement has been excavated that was buried beneath wind-blown sands and that was dated 750-1000 AD. A relationship between the lack of rainfall and features which apparead on the Veluwe and elsewhere around