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  • Influence of logjam-formed hard points on the formation of valley-bottom landforms in an old-growth forest valley, Queets River, Washington, USA
  • Floodplain ; Fluvial landform ; Forest ; Impact ; Terrace ; United States of America ; Valley ; Washington State
  • 2006
  • The map of potential natural vegetation as a source of knowledge on the holocene history of the Vistula river valley
  • Fluvial terrace ; Habitat ; Holocene ; Palaeo-environment ; Pleistocene ; Poland ; Spatial distribution ; Valley ; Vegetation ; Vegetation map ; Wisła
  • 2006
  • Comparing geophysical methods for talus slope investigations in the Turtmann valley (Swiss Alps)
  • Three geophysical methods, ground penetrating radar, 2D-resistivity and seismic refraction were applied to two landform complexes in a high-alpine valley of the Valais to investigate their internal structure. Results of the different methods were
  • the understanding of the paraglacial landform evolution in this hanging valley.
  • 2006
  • The geomorphology of valley-floor troughs illustrated from depositional sequences in the Durance valley, south-east France
  • with a consideration of the types, origins, and significance of valley-floor troughs. The landform of the Durance trough are then discussed, followed by an outline of methods employed in this study. The discussion considers the results, elaborates on the various
  • 2006
  • Lake-ice conveyor deposits : geomorphology, sedimentology, and importance in reconstructing the glacial history of the Dry Valleys
  • Antarctique ; Dry Valleys ; Glacier ; Géomorphologie ; Histoire ; Lac ; Lac proglaciaire ; Sédimentation
  • 2006
  • Basal shear stress and sediment strength associated with the development of glacial flutes exposed during the 20th century in the Saskatchewan Glacier Valley Alberta, Canada, were determined by comparing reconstructed ice thickness, basal shear
  • stresses, and field properties of sediments with the morphologically similar Kiwa Glacier Valley, British Columbia, Canada, where flutes are absent. Reconstructed subglacial conditions in these 2 valleys were compared to understand why flutes were developed
  • 2006
  • Surficial patterns of debris flow deposition on alluvial fans in Death Valley, CA using airborne laser swath mapping data
  • The AA. utilize fine-scale morphometric measurements to map debris flow deposition and determine if the 2 zones of deposition are consistent between multiple alluvial fans in Death Valley, California. They postulate that the current assertion of 2
  • 2006
  • Holocene valley aggradation driven by river mouth progradation : examples from Australia
  • The links between river mouth progradation and Holocene valley aggradation are examined with a model for the Macdonald and Tuross Rivers in south-eastern Australia. Both rivers have abandoned their main Holocene floodplains over the last 2000 years
  • 2006
  • The potential for rural heritage tourism in the Clarence Valley of Northern New South Wales
  • L'objectif de cette recherche est d'étudier, via un petite étude de cas de la Clarence Valley inférieure, l'ampleur à laquelle les activités d'agritourisme pourraient être développées autour des reliquats de la seule industrie extensive du secteur
  • 2006
  • Foraminiferal Biostratigraphic and Paleobathymetric constraints in Geohistory analysis : the example of the Epiligurian succession of the Secchia Valley (Northen Apennines, Mid Eocene-Late Eocene)
  • A geohistory analysis has been proposed for the Mid Eocene-Late Miocene Epiligurian succession cropping out in Enza, Secchia and Reno valleys (Northern Apennines) in order to quantify the evolution of the studied area in terms of both vertical
  • 2006
  • Dalla Milano del Sud all'Etna Valley. Le attività industriali nell'area metropolitana catanese
  • De Milan du Sud à l'Etna Valley. Les activités industrielles de la zone urbaine de Catane.
  • 2006
  • Late Pleistocene highstand and recession of a small, high-altitude pluvial lake, Jakes Valley, centra Great Basin, USA
  • Des modèles de facteurs contrôlant les fluctuations du niveau d'un lac pluvial du Pléistocène supérieur dans le Grand Bassin sont évalués en datant les niveaux lacustres dans la Jakes Valley.
  • 2006
  • Complex multi-layer vegetation map as the basis for detailed geobotanical regionalization and characterization of the spatial structure of landscape (a case study from the Vistula River Valley, Poland)
  • Biodiversity ; Habitat ; Land use ; Landscape ; Landscape unit ; Poland ; Valley ; Vegetation ; Vegetation map ; Wisła
  • an actual and potential vegetation, as well as land-use were analyzed; the analysis being performed for an area of ca. 540 km2 of the Vistula River valley. The spatial structure of these microlandscapes was characterized in terms of various landscape metrics
  • 2006
  • Land-use change in different natural habitats of the Vistula river valley during the 19th and 20th centuries
  • Biodiversity ; Habitat ; Land use ; Nineteenth Century ; Poland ; Twentieth Century ; Valley ; Vegetation ; Vegetation map ; Wisła
  • This paper concerns the extent and causes of spatial and temporal land-use changes ongoing in different habitats of the Vistula River valley in central Poland, between Warsaw and Włocławek. The study period spans about 150 years. The analysis
  • 2006
  • Population mobility and the survival of small farming in the Rio Grande Valley, Jamaica
  • Analyse de régression ; Appropriation du sol ; Corrélation ; Développement durable ; Exploitation agricole ; Jamaïque ; Migration ; Rio Grande Valley ; Régime foncier
  • Cet article examine les voies par lesquelles le processus de migration opère au micro-niveau de Rio Grande Valley. Une attention particulière est portée à la façon dont la petite exploitation est soutenue comme résultat des décisions de migration
  • 2006
  • Clogher Valley ; Glaciation ; Géomorphologie ; Irlande ; Modelé glaciaire ; Moraine ; Recul du glacier ; Vallée
  • Geomorphology ; Glacial landform ; Glaciation ; Glacier retreat ; Ireland ; Moraine ; Valley
  • Description des modelés non alignés de formes et tailles inhabituelles de la zone de Clogher Valley du centre-nord de l'Irlande. Formation de modelés subglaciaires et proglaciaires au cours de la glaciation du Devensien supérieur (Weichselien
  • ). Morphologie détaillée et sédiments internes des modelés non alignés dans deux zones de la Clogher Valley. Reconstitution des stades d'avancée et de recul de la glace.
  • 2006
  • Pivka valley, shows several geomorphological particularities, which are the result of different geomorphogenetic proceses in the past. The basic characteristics of the present relief were shaped in the Pliocene when also the original valley of the Pivka
  • . The two most distinctive relief features are the karst polje situated between the villages Koritnice, Bač and Knežak, which is covered with rubble and gravel-like clastic sediments, and the dry valley of the former Pivka river lying southwest from
  • 2006
  • Glacial retreat and opening of Taan Fjord (an arm of Icy Bay, Alaska) in the last two decades drove a base level fall of 400 m at the outlets of 4 tributary valleys in the region of the current Tyndall Glacier terminus. Response in the tributary
  • valleys to this base level fall includes evacuation of stored sediment, incision of slot gorges into bedrock, and landsliding on valley walls. Fluvial transfer of eroded bedrock, glacial deposits and stored nonglacial fluvial deposits after 1983 resulted
  • 2006
  • Meteorological conditions during slush-flow release and their geomorphological impact in northwestern Iceland : a case study from the Bíldudalur valley
  • characteristics of slush flows in the Bíldudalur valley are the entrainment and deposition of debris, spatially differentiated. Chaotic sedimentation occurs chiefly in the middle part of a clearly concave cone, even if the flows continue beyond the cone.
  • 2006
  • on the flood magnitude and thus on the consequent material damages. In the upper and middle part of the basin, where the valley has still maintained its natural character, abnormal erosion and accumulation locally occured, but this is a part of natural
  • development of a valley. - (EN)
  • 2006