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  • An improved methodology for erosion hazard mapping : part II : application to Lesotho
  • Using the SLEMSA framework as a model for combining the influence of the variables, the information was organized on a 14 x 14 km grid to give an erosion hazard map of Lesotho. Practical and methodological difficulties are discussed. Slope
  • The primary purpose of this paper is to illustrate a methodology which can evaluate hypotheses about relations between latent variables and measurable indicators. This methodology is exemplified by an analysis of water and sediment discharge
  • Modeling the influence of carbon dioxide on the global and regional climate. Methodology and results.
  • Valuation and forecast of climatic risks in hydroagricultural settlements management. Methodological aspects
  • Productivity ratings based on soil series: a methodological critique
  • The nature and objectives of applied geomorphological mapping in Applied geomorphological mapping : methodology by example.
  • Regolith terrain mapping for mineral exploration in Western Australia in Applied geomorphological mapping : methodology by example.
  • Methodology for an operational monitoring of remotely-sensed sea surface temperatures in Indonesia
  • Subject and methodology of experimental geomorphology in Environmental and dynamic geomorphology.
  • An improved methodology for erosion hazard mapping part I : the technique
  • Basing the new procedure on African conditions, limited data availability and coverage at a sub-continental scale, the SLEMSA (Soil Loss Estimation Model for Southern Africa) framework is shown as a useful tool in designing a suitable methodology
  • METHODOLOGICAL SUMMARY OF A RESEARCH PROGRAM ON THE PLANNING AND MANAGEMENT OF RIVER BASIN WATER SUPPLIES. THIS STUDY HAS BEEN CARRIED OUT BY OF RESEARCH TEAM, FOR THE WATER COMMITTEE OF THE D.G.R.S.T. THE SUGGESTED METHODOLOGY IS SHOWN
  • Methodology for the selection and application of probability models for the simulation of daily rainfall and runoff
  • Continentality indices. Methodological revision and proposition Indices de continentalité. Révisions et propositions méthodologiques
  • This paper describes a methodology, based on Extended Principal Components Analysis, which is used to categorize the spatial and temporal patterns of surface change that occur in the Seasonal Sea Ice Zone during the spring/early summer
  • . The methodology is demonstrated for the Kara/Barents Sea in spring 1984 using data from the Nimbus-7 Scanning Multichannel Microwave Radiometer. The analysis shows conditions in the Barents Sea to be largely controlled by ice advection, while the variance
  • Geomorphology for soil survey : a case study from the humid tropics (Peninsular Malaysia) in Applied geomorphological mapping : methodology by example.
  • Soil erosion must be explored as a process in landscape metabolism. The multistage methodology developed for the purpose is based on point-by-point and areal logging techniques with different accuracy criteria. Transition from point-monitored
  • measured data to areal marking is the central methodological problem involved. Field investigations are accompanied by current laboratory analyses of soil-chemical and water-chemical states. - (IH)
  • Modszertani kisérlet a kornyezetpotencial geotermalis viz faktoranak kodolt értékrend szerinti minositésére (a meglevo kutak alapjan). (Methodological experiment to evaluate and to qualify the geothermal water potential of the environment (based
  • , methodological problems of geobotany and forest-site survey are dealt with. - (IH)
  • Methodological references are given concerning the collection, documentation and evaluation of structural tectonic elements of cores. This is followed by the discussion of the most important results of investigation which are not only of regional
  • Stochastic synthesis of hydrologic data based on concepts of pattern recognition. III. Performance evaluation of the methodology