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  • Pine forests in Poland. Their productivity, distribution and degradation
  • The information on the biomass, productivity and distribution of pine forest is compared to the distribution of air pollution with sulfur.
  • 1986
  • A Study of dells in the New Forest, Hampshire, England
  • England ; Géographie de l'Europe ; Hampshire ; New Forest ; Nivation ; Périglaciaire ; Royaume-Uni ; Solifluxion ; Vallon ; Versant
  • Les vallons de la New Forest sont décrits comme des creux perchés en amphithéâtre sur le bord des vallées, seuls ou en groupe sans chenal apparent. En dehors de la solifluxion, hypothèse d'une formation initiale due à la nivation. Les vallons sont
  • comparés aux combes crayeuses du sud de l'Angleterre et aux vallons européens. Une chronologie est proposée pour la New Forest.
  • 1986
  • The sediment supply by streambank erosion in a forested catchment in Erosion budgets and their hydrologic basis.
  • 1986
  • Four cover types are considered : peat, marginal land, forest and improved grassland which are typical to Northern Ireland landscape. Analysis of SPOT simulated imagery suggest potential use in différentiation of peat-areas, monitoring of forest
  • 1986
  • Relief conditioned natural forest vegetation in Czechoslovakia in Végétation et géomorphologie.
  • 1986
  • of rivers known to flod regularly over two twenty year periods. During the first period, 1940-1959, there was still little regulation of the rivers and ditching of the forests and bogs| during the second period, 1964-1983, the changes wrought by man were
  • 1986
  • Four small watersheds in central Pyrenees were studied, ranging from 0.17 to 1.4 km2 including pasture and forest vegetation. Ten variables were measured : discharge, total and organic suspended solids, total dissolved load, electrical conductivity
  • 1986
  • The example of several river basins that the erosive processes in the central part of the Moravskoslozské Beskydy Mts. (North Moravia) depend not only on the natural conditions, but also on the human activities, especially the using of heavy forest
  • 1986