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  • Pleistocene stratigraphy of the Boston Harbor drumlins, Massachusetts
  • Argile minéral ; Boston Harbor ; Drumlin ; Etats-Unis ; Glaciaire ; Géographie physique ; Massachusetts ; Météorisation ; Pléistocène ; Quaternaire ; Stratigraphie
  • The purpose of this paper is to define the till stratigraphy of Boston Harbor's exposed drumlin sections based on a comparison of clay-mineral discontinuities and weathering profiles with the observed stratigraphy. Results of the analyses suggest
  • a resolution of the long-disputed two-till problem in Boston Harbor and offer a technique that may be used to establish continuity in regional Pleistocene stratigraphic investigations in New England.
  • J. M. Harbor conteste les explications proposés par Hirano et Aniya pour la formation des profils transversaux des vallées glaciaires. Réponse des deux auteurs mis en cause.
  • HARBOR, J. M.
  • Aeolian sandstones in the Copper Harbor Formation, Late Proterozoic, Lake Superior basin
  • Etude des grès à stratification oblique qui apparaissent dans la Formation de Copper Harbor. Ils sont interprétés comme le résultat de champs de petites dunes éoliennes transversales édifiées sur les parties asséchées d'éventails d'alluvion en
  • Galilee harbor. Un cas de résistance à la gentrification de Sansalito (Californie) in Lire l'espace. Comprendre les sociétés.
  • Shoreline change at Thompson Island, Boston Harbor, Massachusetts, 1938-1977
  • « Pearl Harbor without bombs » : a critical geopolitics of the US-Japan « FSX » debate
  • The inner harbor docks are often involved in processes of transformation, being involved in larger urban architectural renewals. The frequency of various cultural events hosted in big cities recently allowed to concentrate the renewal efforts
  • interesting. The event allowed to intensify the processes and the strategies aimed at transforming the harbor area, which had begun in the 1980s. - (NF)
  • The coastal landscape of New Zealand has been utilized heavily by humans for the last 600 to 800 years, first by Polynesian settlers and later by Europeans. This paper documents the physical condition of Whangape Harbor and its catchment and uses
  • sedimentological data (grain size, magnetic susceptibility, pollen) to establish links between sediment sources, pathways, and sinks. The AA. argue that human impact on Whangape Harbor has caused an acceleration of the natural process of estuary infilling, but has