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  • Slope instability in slope management and mining : a case study of the upper Sele Valley, southern Italy
  • This paper presents a study on the causes and effects of slope instability on landuse planning in the Upper Sele Valley, using aerospace remote sensing and field mapping techniques. Slope instability is manifested by the presence of numerous
  • This paper offers a broad-based view of recent work, and shows how geomorphological survey and analysis have contributed significantly to land use planning in a number of areas, but particularly in the fields of coastal zone management, urban
  • development, water resource exploitation and environmental conservation. Selected examples are used to illustrate specific approaches, techniques and results. The study concludes that demand for geomorphological expertise in land use planning is likely
  • Earth flows described in this study are a type of mass movement involving fine soils, characterized by velocities of a few meters or less per day, persisting for several days, months or years. The studies were carried out in order to determine what
  • morphological properties characterize earthflows of this type and how they change with time. The AA. studied the evolution of landslide activity in the Eden Canyon Area; the distribution of 1978-1986 landslides regarding ancient deposits, steepness of slope
  • In the present study factor analysis based on 12 components is used. In the knowledge of data structure the necessary factors were created by factor analysis. The analysis resulted in two main factors. This study is of double aim : theoretical
  • and, primarily, methodological investigation of the evaluation of the physical environment and the application of methods in a test area, in the Danube Bend Mountains (Börzsöny and Visegrád mountains). The practical significance of the topic tackled in the study
  • Applied geomorphology ; Concept ; Environment ; Human impact ; Impact study ; Landscape ; Natural hazards
  • Conventional, genetic geomorphological mapping supplemented with morphometric data allows the application of these maps for the study of changes in geoecological pattern and land use. The example of the test area, delimited in the traditional wine
  • This study assesses the future long term stability of the Ranger Uranium Mine area by examining the past (Quaternary) evolution of landforms in the vicinity of the mine. Five categories of geomorphological stability are recognised on the basis
  • Information System (GIS). A part of a large scale quantitative hazard map has been used as a study area and is compared with a qualitative hazard map. It is argued that with the same knowledge of the spatial distribution of landslide factors the proposed
  • Studies of alluvial placer deposits from tropical cratons in West Africa, New Australia and Indonesia, indicated common features important to exploration strategy and to geomorphic theory. A synchronous response of river systems to episodes
  • . Such conditions have reaching for negative effects on the agroeco-potential of the region under study.