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  • Methodological considerations in the analysis of residential mobility : a test of duration, state dependence, and associated events
  • The empirical analysis uses the Panel Study of Income Dynamics and discrete-time logistic regression models to include duration dependence, state dependence, associated events and nonstationarity in models of residential mobility for both renters
  • and owners. Important tenure differences are established. Discrete-time logit models of the hazard of moving are fitted by tenure group. the models are extended to include a change in household type as an associated event that increase the likelihood
  • 1997
  • On the frequency and sequencing of chinook events
  • and February. This analysis examines the annual frequency of chinook events, the run lengths of chinook days, and their sequences. It obtains probabilities for various runs.
  • 1997
  • The Blake paleomagnetic event in the Basaharc Double paleosol complex of loess profiles Paks, Mende and Basaharc, Hungary
  • of loess formation and with the relatively short duration of paleomagnetic intervals within this epoch. One of these intervals is the Blake Event, which corresponds to the Riss/Würm boundary. Through thermoluminescence analyses, this event can be detected
  • 1997
  • The characteristics of overbank deposits associated with a major flood event in the catchment of the River Ouse, Yorkshire, UK
  • A high magnitude flood event in the catchment of the River Ouse, UK, in January and February 1995, afforded a valuable opportunity to collect representative samples of the associated overbank sediment deposits at various locations throughout
  • in the local rivers in order to investigate the particle size selectivity of conveyance losses during overbank flood events.
  • 1997
  • Late Quaternary temporal and event classifications, Great Lakes region, North America
  • In this paper, diachronic and event classifications are proposed for the Great Lakes region. Well-established names, including Wisconsin, Sangamon, and Illinois, are used at the episode (or glaciation/interglaciation) rank without significant
  • 1997
  • Late Pleistocene glacial events in the Central Apennines, Italy
  • 1997
  • In this paper, calibrated radiocarbon and other dates of geomorphic events from Dinosaur Provincial Park, southeastern Alberta, and the surrounding plains are compared in order to establish the calendric timing, duration, and sequence
  • of deglaciation and postglacial events. Such a reassessment is a necessary first step toward developing a more comprehensive understanding of the spatial and temporal sequences of postglacial landscape evolution in this region.
  • 1997
  • Relationship between synoptic climatology and pollution events in Sydney
  • 1997
  • A play, based on a real event, is used as a pedagogical tool to teach and illustrate the role that urban and regional geography can have in affecting change through the public hearing process. - (DWG)
  • 1997
  • Paleomagnetic investigation of lake Lahontan sediments and its application for dating pluvial events in the Northwestern Great Basin
  • 1997
  • Geomorphic catastrophic events and human impact in a Mediterranean-type climate
  • 1997
  • Climatic event ; Flood ; Hurricane ; Natural hazards ; Rainstorm ; Seasonality ; Synoptic climatology ; United States of America ; Weather type
  • The purpose of this study is to identify the synoptic atmospheric environment associated with extreme unseasonable flood events in the southeastern United States. Unseasonable is defined as flood occurrence in the season of lowest flood frequency
  • 1997
  • in this study have average bedslopes above 10 per cent. A detailed analysis of the measurements in the Erlenbach stream results in an empirical equation in which the sediment load per flood event is expressed as a function of the effective runoff volume
  • and of the normalized peak discharge. A distinction can be made between summer and winter events in analysing the bedload transport.
  • 1997
  • This paper investigates the relatonship between bank erosion and suspended sediment dynamics at the annual, monthly and event timescales within the upper River Severn. Manual erosion pins and photo-electronic erosion pins were used to estimate bank
  • erosion, and turbidity meters were used to determine suspended sediment transport. This research highlighted that for an upland catchment, bank erosion was an important supply of suspended sediment, and that for some flood events bank erosion can supply
  • 1997
  • and formative conditions. The AA. interpret the landscape evolution in terms of configuration, basal thermal regime, and event duration of 2 ice-sheet types and a cirque glaciation type event. Morphological impacts of intervening intervals of subaerial exposure
  • 1997
  • . The flood chronologies were constructed using fine-grained slackwater deposits that accumulate in protected areas along the margins of bedrock canyons and selectively preserve evidence of the largest events. A positive relationship between the paleofloods
  • and long-term variations in the frequency of El Niño events is evident over the last 1000 years.
  • 1997
  • Bathymetry shows the regional interaction of aseismic, buoyant highs in northern Pacific subduction zones. Seamonts, ridges, and fractures on the seaward side of the trench are associated with events that do not support the accepted plate-tectonics
  • the actual events at northwest Pacific subduction zones.
  • 1997
  • Meteorological controls on wind erosion during foehn wind events in the eastern Southern Alps, New Zealand
  • 1997
  • An analysis of contemporary documentary sources and meteorological observations show that a T4 tornado event occurred in Limerick during October 1851 ahead of a cold front in unstable air. The path of the tornado through the city is reconstructed
  • 1997
  • Bioclimatology ; Climatic event ; Concept ; Health ; Human bioclimatology ; Meteoropathology
  • 1997