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  • Variability of parameters for modelling soil moisture conditions (studies on loamy to silty soils on marly bedrock in the Ardèche drainage basin).
  • located where marly bedrock outcrops. - (AGD)
  • Les globes de Marly, chef-d'oeuvre de Coronelli
  • Le titre initial de l'article était Les globes de Marly : des globes pour Versailles. L'A. a voulu montrer à quel point le pouvoir et la cartographie étaient liés au 17e siècle et combien les globes de Coronelli s'inscrivaient dans la symbolique qui
  • Effectiveness of vegetation barriers for marly sediment trapping
  • experimental marly catchment in the French southern Alps. The eroded zones and the vegetation barriers were characterized by their surface areas, between which an average linear relationship exists. Results also showed that, for a marly plot with a given
  • AMENAGEMENT REGIONAL ; COLLECTIVITE LOCALE ; COLLOQUE DE MARLY (1975) ; FRANCE ; GEOGRAPHIE URBAINE ; Géographie humaine ; LOISIR ; URBANISME ; VILLE
  • COLLOQUE DE MARLY 1975. INFORMATION SUR LES PROBLEMES GENERAUX DE L'URBANISME ET DE L'AMENAGEMENT. REFLEXIONS SUR LE ROLE DES COLLECTIVITES LOCALES DANS LA POLITIQUE DES LOISIRS EN FRANCE, GESTION ET FINANCEMENT DES EQUIPEMENTS.
  • Soil hydraulic properties in a marly gully catchment (Draix, France)
  • This study reports detailed field measurements of near-saturation and saturated infiltration properties : capillary sorptivity and hydraulic conductivity, on 6 different regoliths encountered in a marly gully catchment. The main objectives were
  • Erosion and sediment transport on steep marly hillslopes, Draix, Haute-Provence, France : an experimental field study
  • Bassin Parisien ; Ecologie ; Forêt ; France ; Géographie physique ; Humification ; Humus ; Marly, forêt ; Pédogenèse ; Sol
  • anthropiques) qui peuvent masquer l'influence des facteurs bioclimatiques généraux. Une étude de cas portant sur la forêt de Marly (Bassin Parisien) permet d'expliciter ces notions. (CM).
  • Soil reinfocement by the roots of six dominant species on eroded mountainous marly slopes (Southern Alps, France)
  • The aim of this paper is to evaluate and compare the suitability for preventing surficial landslides referred as miniature debris flows (MDF) of 6 dominant species at the juvenile stage, growing on marly slopes. Juvenile individuals of each species
  • conservation and management. The study area is in the Gran Sasso karst massif of central Italy. It is typical example of a Mediterranean hydrogeological system, consisting of Meso-Cenozoic carbonate and marly-silicoclastic sedimentary units that were involved
  • Annual fossil organic carbon delivery due to mechanical and chemical weathering of marly badlands areas
  • L'A. observe quatre sites Web des communes d'Issy-les-Moulineaux, Marly-le-Roi, Metz et Parthenay. Il ne s'agit pas d'un échantillon représentatif de l'ensemble des communes françaises dont les sites Web sont essentiellement à vocation
  • landslides. The landslides causing destruction to construction works are located in the fracture fault zones in marly clay and sandstone complexes and on talus materials of old alluvial fans. They are associated with springs getting their water from
  • In the Central Sinai the Precambrian rocks of the crystalline basement are partly covered with fine-grained, marly sediments. The sediments indicate a periodic change between more fluvial, coarser horizons and more finegrained, eolian horizons which
  • and prospects for river restoration. Four ecoregions (i.e. hydrogeomorphic units) based on climate, relief, geology and landscape history, were delineated by expert opinion and validated by independent variables. Results for 2 ecoregions, marly calcareous loess
  • Mapping of erosion rates in marly badlands based on a coupling of anatomical changes in exposed roots with slope maps derived from LiDAR data
  • splays, with marly-clayey and siliciclastic deposits at the footwalls, favoured the development of confined aquifers. The rise of groundwater to the surface along the network of faults and fractures crossing the carbonate bedrock is likely controlled
  • associés de versant comporte les Formations de Lille et de Marly (Weichselien) avec leurs membres, lits ou complexes, reposant sur les loess et paléosols de la Formation du Hainaut (Pléistocène moyen).