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  • Climatic constraints for the development of the far south of Latin America
  • Agriculture ; Agroclimatologie ; Amérique latine ; Argentine ; Chili ; Circulation atmosphérique ; Climat ; Conditions climatiques ; Contraintes climatiques ; Elément climatique ; Eté austral ; Extrême Sud ; Falkland Islands ; Géographie physique
  • Les contraintes climatiques de l'extrême Sud de l'Amérique latine, entre 45 S. et 57 S., par comparaison avec les régions boréales de latitudes correspondantes. Les étés plus froids, l'absence de périodes chaudes suffisamment longues, les vents
  • Proceedings of the climate conference for Latin America and the Caribbean = Actas de la conferencia sobre el clima para América Latina y el Caribe.
  • (1983) ; Activité économique ; Alimentation ; Amérique centrale ; Amérique latine ; Antilles ; Caraïbes ; Climat ; Climatologie ; Climatologie appliquée ; Conférence sur le climat ; Congrès ; Eau ; Economie ; Energie ; Géographie physique ; Société
  • Climatic problems of agricultural land use in Monsoon Asia, Tropical Africa, and Latin America: a comparative analysis in Climate and agricultural land use in Monsoon Asia.
  • Afrique ; Afrique tropicale ; Agriculture ; Agroclimatologie ; Aménagement rural ; Amérique latine ; Asie ; Asie des Moussons ; Bilan hydrologique ; Climat ; Climat pénétropical ; Climat semi-aride ; Climat tempéré ; Climat tropical ; Climat
  • CENOZOIC EROSION AND EROSION SURFACES OF EASTERN NORTH AMERICA
  • Quaternary of South America Antarctic peninsula. Volume 1.
  • First volume of an annual scientific publication related to the problems of the Quaternary of South America with a strong emphasis in the paleoenvironmental and paleoclimatic approach. The various papers are reviewed separately.
  • The timing of Late Pleistocene mammalian extinctions in North America
  • More than 375 C dates from 150 fossil sites in North America have been analyzed to evaluate the question of extinction of Late Pleistocene megafauna. When critically evaluated, no C ages for any extinct Pleistocene genera youger than 10,000 yr B.P.
  • Pre-Andean orogenenies of southern South America in the context of Gondwana in Gondwana Five. Selected papers and abstracts of papers.
  • The SW decrease in age of the South American pre-Andean orogenies suggests a revision of the relative positions of South America and West Antarctica within Gondwana.
  • Simulation of the climate of 18,000 years BP : results for the North America/North Atlantic/European sector and comparison with the geologic record of North America
  • Natural hazards in South America: in search of a method and a theory in Natural hazards management in South America.
  • PALEOENVIRONMENTS AND CULTURAL DIVERSITY IN LATE PLEISTOCENE SOUTH AMERICA: A REJOINDER TO VANCE HAYNES AND A REPLY TO THOMAS LYNCH
  • Summation of Quaternary glaciations in the United States of America in Quaternary glaciations in the Northern Hemisphere.
  • Comparison of the marine oxygen isotope record, the eustatic sea level record, and the chronology of glaciation in the United States of America in Quaternary glaciations in the Northern Hemisphere.
  • Carl C. zon Caldenius and the Swedish work on Quaternary geology in Argentina in Quaternary of South America Antarctic peninsula. Volume 1.
  • Perspective on climate change in North America during the twentieth century
  • America's wild horses
  • Compositional gradients in mesophytic forests of eastern North America
  • Atmospheric pressure patterns, climatic change, and winter wheat yield in North America
  • Plants and people, vegetation change in North America.
  • Climatic zonality and recent sedimentation on the Atlantic shelf of South America
  • Erosion of the Laurentide region of North America by glacial and glaciofluvial processes
  • Collection of seismic reflection data from continental margins and ocean basins surrounding North America makes it possible to estimate the amount of material eroded from the area formerly covered by Laurentide ice sheets since major glaciation
  • began in North America. A minimum estimate is made of 1.62 10 km, or an average 120 m of rock physically eroded from the Laurentide region. The importance of continental glaciation as a geomorphic agency in North America may have to be reevaluated