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  • Excel modelling of hydrological systems
  • Eau du sol ; Eau souterraine ; Hydrologie ; Micro-informatique ; Modèle ; Système
  • Groundwater ; Hydrology ; Micro computing ; Model ; Soil water ; System
  • This short paper describes the use of Excel spreadsheet Solver facility for deriving estimates in a solute mixing model equation with more than one unknown.
  • Géomorphologie ; Micro-informatique ; Modèle ; Modèle mathématique ; Technique de recherche
  • Geomorphology ; Mathematical model ; Micro computing ; Model ; Research technique
  • Modeling the time-varying extent of groundwater seepage on tidal beaches
  • Australie ; Eau potable ; Eau souterraine ; Erosion littorale ; Littoral ; Modèle ; Queensland ; Source ; Transport sédimentaire ; Zone intertidale
  • Australia ; Coastal environment ; Coastal erosion ; Drinking water ; Groundwater ; Intertidal zone ; Model ; Queensland ; Sediment transport ; Springs
  • This paper presents such a model that, from a comparison with observed seepage face development on natural beaches, appears to provide an acceptable degree of predictive capability. The model also provides a useful tool to assess the sensivity
  • Géomorphologie ; Modèle ; Modèle mathématique ; Programmation ; Technique de recherche ; Versant
  • Geomorphology ; Mathematical model ; Model ; Programming ; Research technique ; Slope
  • Generalized linear modelling in geomorphology
  • Appennino ; Canada ; Forecast ; Geomorphology ; Glacial surge ; Italy ; Mass movement ; Methodology ; Modelling ; Statistics ; Umbria ; Yukon Territory
  • Generalized linear modelling (GLM) is a statistical technique used to model the relation between a response variable and a set of explanatory variables. In this paper, GLM is explained and 2 examples of the application of the technique
  • Datation ; Informatique ; Lichénométrie ; Logiciel ; Modèle ; Statistique ; Traitement des données
  • Computing ; Data processing ; Dating ; Lichenometry ; Model ; Software ; Statistics
  • of this approach to lichenometry is to translate the size-frequency distribution of lichens into the age frequency of boulders. Three approaches can be adopted using the software supplied: simulation modelling; correcting the distribution; combined approach.
  • Devon ; England ; Erosion des berges ; Fluviatile ; Modèle numérique ; Méthodologie ; Photogrammétrie ; Royaume-Uni
  • Bank erosion ; Devon ; England ; Fluvial processes ; Methodology ; Numerical model ; Photogrammetry ; United Kingdom
  • models from which morphological and volumetric changes could be assessed.
  • Concept ; Dynamique fluviale ; England ; Estuaire ; Gestion de l'environnement ; Humberside ; Logiciel ; Modèle ; Royaume-Uni ; Technique de recherche
  • Concept ; England ; Environmental management ; Estuary ; Fluvial dynamics ; Humberside ; Model ; Research technique ; Software ; United Kingdom
  • , the Marine Environmental Monitoring System (MEMSys) established on navigational marks in the estuary itself. Other data inputs are described, together with three different numerical models which have been implemented for the estuary. Results are discussed
  • Corrélation ; Ecoulement ; Géophysique ; Hydrodynamique ; Modèle ; Statistique ; Série chronologique ; Transport sédimentaire ; Turbulence
  • Correlation ; Geophysics ; Hydrodynamics ; Model ; Runoff ; Sediment transport ; Statistics ; Time series ; Turbulence
  • Canada ; Cours d'eau ; Ecoulement fluvial ; Hydrodynamique ; Modèle ; Programmation ; Rocky Mountains ; Turbulence
  • Canada ; Hydrodynamics ; Model ; Programming ; Rocky Mountains ; Stream ; Stream flow ; Turbulence
  • Analyse spectrale ; Colorado ; Etats-Unis ; Géométrie fractale ; Modèle ; Méthodologie ; Texas ; Topographie ; Variation spatiale
  • Colorado ; Fractal geometry ; Methodology ; Model ; Spatial variation ; Spectral analysis ; Texas ; Topography ; United States of America
  • of northeast England, using rapid field and laboratory magnetic techniques. The methodology employed involves classification and modelling of sediment sources and mixtures based on their magnetic properties. This paper represents results obtained during a short