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  • Field studies of human systems: a cooperative learning field investigation
  • Field trip process is described that helps teachers to guide students to explore and analyze a real human system. - (DWG)
  • Kanet settlements of Siwalik Hills in Haryana : a study on field landscape
  • The present field landscape study shows an immense irregularity of shape and highly fragmented nature of cultivated patches, each comprising several fields of Kanet settlements in Behlon village within the Morni Hills of Siwalik range in Haryana
  • Field trip simulation: developing field skills in a junior high classroom
  • Children ; Cultural studies ; Educational programme ; Practical work ; Teaching of geography ; United States of America
  • Use of field trip journal simulation in understanding geography among 10-12 year-old students. - (DWG)
  • A spatial perspective on the New York drumlin field
  • This study spatially evaluates the applicability of a deformation approach to drumlin genesis for the New York drumlin field. It also assesses whether the Onondaga Escarpment, Appalachian Plateau, and Glacial Lake Iroquois influenced the spatial
  • Argentina ; Comparative study ; Geomorphology ; Lava ; Lava flow ; Libya ; Mendoza ; Patagonia ; Satellite imagery ; Volcanism
  • In this paper, the AA. present a descriptive summary of tumuli from 3 geographically distinct volcanic fields dominated by pahoehoe lava fields. These 3 studied fields are geographically distinct, however the composition of the magma
  • and the volcanic settings as volcanic cone fields associated with extensive lava fields are common features among these fields. The young age and the semi-arid to arid climate provided excellent exposures to study lava surface features of the studied sites
  • Brittle tectonics of the Thingvellir and Hengill volcanic systems, Southwest Iceland : field studies and numerical modelling
  • This paper focuses on field studies and numerical models of fracture development in the area of the Hengill Central Volcano and its northern fissure swarm containing the Thingvellir Graben, in Southwest Iceland. Apart from additional field data
  • Paleoclimatic field studies in and along the Qinling Shan (Central China)
  • This article gives a survey of the question of Pleistocene glaciations in the area of the Loess Plateau (Central China) and the results of the latest field investigations in the years 1989 and 1993.
  • Spatial variability of soils developing on basalt flows in the Potrillo volcanic field, southern New Mexico : prelude to a chronosequence study
  • This study seeks to improve the accuracy of a future soil chronosequence study in the Potrillo volcanic field by : further evaluating the evolution of basalt flow surface topography with time; identifying the systematic variability of soils
  • developing on these basalt flows; and determining which landscape positions are most suitable for a chronosequence study.
  • The refugee experience: defining the parameters of a field of study
  • Field monitoring of surface and subsurface runoff on a slope in a loamy region
  • . In order to evaluate the hydrological processes and the soil erosion mechanisms in short time interval, a field study was started on surface and subsurface waterflow processes on a sloping field (16 %) under conventional tillage. Describes briefly
  • the experimental set-up and the methodology used for monitoring the surface and subsurface runoff processes on an experimental field in the Belgian loamy region. - (Authors).
  • Dust deposition near an eroding source field
  • This study was undertaken to quantify dust deposition within 200 m of a source field during wind erosion events. Erosion was measured with BSNE samplers on a small field of Amarillo fine sandy loam at field at Big Spring, TX. The line source model
  • Tidal variation in field settling velocities of suspended sediment in a tidal channel
  • In this study, field settling velocities of the suspended sediment have been measured during two tidal periods, in Ho Bugt, on October 17, 1989 and July 24, 1990. During both periods, the current velocity, salinity, water temperature and suspended
  • sediment concentration were measured together with the field settling velocities of the fine-grained suspended sediment. Discussion of the results and study of the flocculation process.
  • Study on micro-water-collecting technique in dryland field of spring maize
  • This paper analyses the effect of water storage and soil moisture conservation by means of micro-water-collecting technique in the dryland field of spring maize. This technique not only has the function of regulating and adjusting the amount
  • and distribution of field evapotranspiration, but also can raise the water use efficiency, which results in an obvious effect of increasing crop yield, especially in the dry years.
  • Experimental determination of the roughness length for temperature over a field of tall grass in central Sweden
  • The aim of this study was to analyse wind, temperature and humidity profiles, surface radiation temperature, and eddy correlation fluxes of momentum and heat over a grass field in order to obtain a better parameterisation of exchange processes over
  • such a surface. The study was performed under summer conditions over a formerly cultivated, uniform and well-watered field of tall grass in central Sweden.
  • A field test of Tubino's (1991) model of alternate bar formation
  • This study investigates the fluvial dynamics of straight natural stream channels. In particular, this experimental field study quantitatively assesses a physically based non-linear mathematical theory of alternate bar formation under unsteady
  • natural flow conditions within a straight alluvial stream. The study site is an artificially straightened section of the Embarras River located approximately 16 km south of Champaign, Illinois. Data were collected on channel form, gradient, alternate bar
  • dimensions, bed sediment size and flow stage over a 2 year study period.
  • A regional-scale study of multi-decennial erosion of vineyard fields using vine-stock unearthing-burying measurements
  • ” height of vine-stock. When this method was applied to a sample of 49 fields, the intensity of erosion in the study area showed a high variability between fields. The Field Erosive States (FES) were classified into 5 categories based on the intensity
  • and spatial structure of the erosion, such as uniform erosion of the field, transfer of sediments from upslope to downslope regions and concentrated erosion on rills. This study highlights the influence of the connectivity between fields on erosion intensity
  • Erosion and deposition rates were quantified in a vineyard context (Languedoc, France) using a method based on vine-stock bio-markers. The within-field spatial structure of erosion (Field Erosive State) was described based on maps of “unearthing
  • A field study on topographical and topsoil effects on runoff generation
  • In order to assess the influence of topographical factors on runoff yield on the rapidly crusting loamy soils of Central Belgium, a further study of runoff yield was undertaken, using a design allowing the separation of slope and topsoil effects
  • How to make a palsa: a field experiment on permafrost formation
  • This paper presents a natural scale field experiment on palsa formation. In this study only one parameter, which was thought to be critical one in this environment for the formation of permafrost is varied. The factor was snow depth, which
  • A model of progressive slope failure under the effect of the neotectonic stress field in Geomorphological models. Theoretical and empirical aspects.
  • This paper is a progress report on the state of the art in the study of the relationship between the neotectonic stress field and the stability of slopes.
  • Slash-and-burn field cultivation in pre-modern Japan : with special reference to Shirakawa-go
  • This study shows that slash-and-burn cultivation did increase from early Tokugawa (the 17th century) to the Meiji period (the late 19th century), contrarily to previous opinions. It shows also that the typical differentiation among peasants
  • was not to be found in the slash-and-burn fields. - (SGA)