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  • The AA. examine the aeolian dynamics of sand and dust during a wind erosion event on loamy sandy soil in Northern Germany. The large percentage of dust (up to 32%) in the topsoil and the high frequency of wind erosion events make the region suitable
  • for studying the behaviour of both components simultaneously. The aim is to check whether differences exist in the patterns of erosion, transportation, deposition and accumulation (deposition minus erosion) during a single wind erosion event.
  • 2002
  • The aim of this work is to date glacial events in Redes Natural Park, in order to establish if the timing of these events is similar to comparable events in the Pyrénées. The chronological data presented in this work are consistent with the model
  • 2002
  • Significant hot and cold events at the Fabra Observatory, Barcelona (NE Spain)
  • 2002
  • This paper reviews recent research pertaining to climate variability over Southern Africa, particularly South Africa. Atmosphere-ocean interaction studies relevant to the above- and below-normal rainfall events are highlighted. Linked
  • to this is the predictibility of such rainfall events using general circulation models. - (AJC)
  • 2002
  • Czech Republic ; Exceptional event ; Flysch ; Landslide ; Rainfall ; Slope
  • event. The GIS means are used for the compilation of the Slope instability hazard zonation map. - (MS)
  • 2002
  • of the site (thus providing a context for the 1995 flood event); and finally, briefly to evaluate the engineering works and management strategies used following the 1995 event.
  • 2002
  • A climatology of northwest Missouri snowfall events : long-term trends and interannual variability
  • 2002
  • The spatial, temporal, and thermodynamic characteristics of Southern-Atlantic United States tornado events
  • 2002
  • Four hydrologic events were studied at three gauging stations in the Pejibaye river basin. The objective was to determine if the sediment passing the gauging stations originated in the forested area, the pasture, or the cultivated area during
  • these four rainstorms. A sub-objective was to determine if sediment had been eroded or deposited in the channel before the studied events in order to determine if any of the sediment discharge consisted of re-suspended material.
  • 2002
  • Over the past 50 years the most enigmatic feature of pollen diagrams from northwest Europe has been the mid-Holocene elm decline, and there has been much speculation as to the origin(s) and cause(s) of this event. A total of 150 radiocarbon dates
  • from 139 sites spanning the elm decline in Britain and Ireland have been collated and scrutinized. Statistical analyses on 138 dates show that the event has a mean date of 5036 C 14 yr BP with a standard deviation of 247. Recent research
  • 2002
  • Catastrophe ; Climatic event ; Environment ; Exceptional event ; Minho ; Pluviometry ; Portugal ; Precipitation ; Risk ; Territorial planning
  • 2002
  • the past decades and their connection with global and national events shows that a geography of development has emerged in academe. - (AJC)
  • 2002
  • Czech Republic ; Exceptional event ; Flood ; Impact ; Meteorology ; Precipitation
  • 2002
  • This study aims to investigate whether there is any evidence for changes in the behavior of the ENSO phenomenon over the past 122 years that may be attributed to global warming. Cluster analysis is carried out to group warm and cold events
  • 2002
  • Climate reconstruction ; Exceptional event ; Geomorphology ; Holocene ; Hungary ; Landslide ; Little ice age ; Palaeogeography ; Palaeogeomorphology
  • 2002
  • Argentina ; Atmospheric circulation ; Catastrophe ; Climatic event ; Impact ; Risk ; Tornado ; Town ; Wind
  • 2002
  • Belgium ; Climatic event ; Documentation ; Impact ; Natural hazards ; Rainstorm ; Teaching ; Tornado
  • 2002
  • Climatic event ; Forecast ; Meteorology ; Natural hazards ; Numerical model ; Risk
  • 2002
  • events leading to emergence of the world's highest mountain. Admittedly, the A. has freely projected his own understanding, especially in the areas of neotectonics, which happen to be his sphere of studies.
  • 2002
  • Cantabria ; Climatic event ; Discharge ; Flood ; Hydrometeorology ; Inundation ; Precipitation ; Risk ; Spain
  • 2002