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  • Entwicklungsprobleme des New Valley, Agyptische Sahara. (Development problems of the New Valley, Egyptian Sahara
  • (1967-1978) ; Colonisation agricole ; Egypte ; Géographie de l'Afrique ; New Valley Project ; New Valley, rég. ; Peuplement ; Politique agricole
  • Mise en oeuvre du projet de colonisation agricole et de peuplement de la New Valley, depuis le rapport fait par Schamp en 1967 plus particulièrement. (HSC).
  • Problems in automated recognition of valley features from digital elevation models and a new method toward their resolution
  • Drainage network ; Greece ; Hydrology ; Landslide ; Model ; Numerical model ; Peloponnesus ; Valley
  • In this paper a new method for recognizing valley bottoms is presented. This is based on two improvements of Carroll's (1983) method, and produces a network that reflects the topography well. The network is used to locate valley heads. Once located
  • , the valley heads are delineated using criteria suggested by geomorphologists and hydrologists. The resultant valley heads are generally well recognized although two problems are evident : a) there are a number of commission errors; and b) the valley heads
  • A model of late Quaternary landscape development in the Delaware Valley, New Jersey and Pennsylvania
  • This paper proposes a chronologic model for late Quaternary nonglacial events, and relates them to glacial episodes in the Delaware Valley of eastern Pennsylvania and northwestern New Jersey.
  • Evidence for quasi-periodic July drought in the Hudson valley, New-York
  • (1694-1972) ; Etats-Unis ; Eté ; Géographie physique ; Hudson valley ; New York State ; Précipitation ; Périodicité ; Sécheresse ; Variation climatique
  • Paleoclimatic significance of late Quaternary lacustrine and alluvial stratigraphy, Animas Valley, New Mexico
  • Datation C 14 ; Etats-Unis ; Holocène ; New Mexico ; Niveau lacustre ; Paléoclimat ; Quaternaire ; Stratigraphie ; Sédiment lacustre
  • C 14 dating ; Holocene ; Lacustrine sediment ; Lake level ; New Mexico ; Palaeoclimate ; Quaternary ; Stratigraphy ; United States of America
  • The purpose of this study is to use lacustrine and alluvial stratigraphy, landforms, soil evidence, and radiocarbon ages to econstruct the latest Quaternary geologic history of the southern Animas Valley, New Mexico. Because the late Quaternary
  • geologic history is directly related to the climatic history of the region, this study also presents a late Quaternary paleoclimatic reconstruction for southeastern Arizona and southwestern New Mexico.
  • The evolution of the Vistula river valley between Cracow and Niepołomice in late Vistulian and Holocene times
  • Evolution of the Vistula river valley during the last 15 000 years, part IV
  • Alluvium ; Climatic variation ; Drainage network ; Fluvial processes ; Holocene ; Human impact ; Poland ; Quaternary ; Sedimentology ; Valley ; Valley floor evolution ; Wisła
  • This is a new synthesis of the evolution of the section of the Vistula river valley. There are changes in the channel patterns and parameters, sedimentological characteristics of the different alluvial deposits of different ages, the reflection
  • of both climatic fluctuation and human activity in the valley floor morphology and in alluvia. - (DG)
  • The influence of rock mass strength on glacial valley cross-profile morphometry : a case study from the Southern Alps, New Zealand
  • Geomorphometry ; Glacial erosion ; Glacial features ; Model ; New Zealand ; Rocks ; South Island ; Valley
  • The purpose of this paper is to examine the model developed by Hirano and Aniya (1988, 1989, 1990) for the development of the glacial valley cross-profile, and to offer an alternative model using rock mass strength (RMS) and morphometric data
  • acquired from glacierized troughs in the Southern Alps, New Zealand.
  • Floodplain evolution in a New South Wales coastal valley, Australia : spatial process variations
  • Australie ; Fluviatile ; New South Wales ; Paléo-environnement ; Plaine d'inondation ; Quaternaire ; Stratigraphie ; Variation climatique
  • Australia ; Climatic variation ; Floodplain ; Fluvial processes ; New South Wales ; Paleo-environment ; Quaternary ; Stratigraphy
  • The different forms of valley-floor troughs and their long-profile variability are described prior to a discussion of age implications for the floodplain and Holocene evolution in the Bellinger Valley.
  • Wüstenkultivierung und Bewässerung im Neuen Tal Agyptens. (Mise en culture du désert et irrigation dans la New Valley en Egypte)
  • Aménagement régional ; Domaine aride ; Désert ; Eau souterraine ; Egypte ; Géographie de l'Afrique ; Irrigation ; New Valley Project ; Oasis ; Pompage ; Surexploitation
  • Résultats de la mise en culture liée au New Valley Project: exploitation intensive de l'eau souterraine| limitation de sa généralisation, harmonisation souhaitable entre formes traditionnelles et modernes d'irrigation.
  • The McMurdo dry valleys long-term ecological research program : new understanding of the biogeochemistry of the dry valley lakes : a review
  • Antarctica ; Arid area ; Biogeochemistry ; Biogeography ; Ecosystem ; Geochemistry ; Lake ; Valley
  • Landform and vegetation change in the Greaves Creek Basin : an asymmetric hanging valley in the Blue Mountains, New South Wales
  • Australie ; Canyon ; Couverture végétale ; Dynamique de la végétation ; Erosion ; Exposition de versant ; Feu ; Humidité du sol ; Montagne ; New South Wales ; Pente de versant ; Propriétés du sol ; Végétation
  • Australia ; Canyon ; Erosion ; Fire ; Mountain ; New South Wales ; Plant cover ; Slope exposure ; Slope gradient ; Soil moisture ; Soil properties ; Vegetation ; Vegetation dynamics
  • Greaves Creek has cut a hanging valley through the entire Triassic sandstone sequence near Blackheath in the western Blue Mountains. The course of the creek is related to joint directions. Topographic asymmetry expressed as unequal slopes
  • of the valley sides is related to differential insolation, erosion, vegetation cover, bioturbation and fire intensity. Vegetation structure and floristics within Greaves Creek valley are related to physiography of the valley and to aspect through their effects
  • The character and age structure of valley fills in upper Wolumla Creek, south coast, New South Wales, Australia
  • Australia ; C 14 dating ; Carrying capacity ; Floodplain ; Gully erosion ; Human impact ; New South Wales ; Sediment filling ; Valley
  • Action anthropique ; Australie ; Capacité de charge ; Datation C 14 ; New South Wales ; Plaine d'inondation ; Ravinement ; Remplissage sédimentaire ; Vallée
  • This paper describes the nature of valley fill deposits at the base of the escarpement in part of Bega catchment. Extensive valley fills, up to 12 m deep but no greater than 300 m wide, have formed in the upper reaches of Wolumla Creek, a north
  • -south aligned subcatchment. The sedimentary character, nature of depositional processes, and age structure of the valley fill deposits are analysed.
  • Glacial valley cross-profile development: the influence of in situ rock stress and rock mass strength, with examples from the Southern Alps, New Zealand
  • Glacial erosion ; Glacial valley ; Model ; Mountain ; New Zealand ; Shear stress ; Slope gradient ; South Island ; Structural stability ; Tectonics ; Valley
  • The potential influence of in situ rock stress regimes, rock mass strength of the slope rock, and subaerial processes are considered here in some simple models of glacial trough cross-profiles from the vicinity of the main divide of the New Zealand
  • Southern Alps. Finally, a conceptual model is proposed linking the factors involved in controlling glacial valley cross-profile development. Such a model is required for realistic modelling of valley profile evolution.
  • Fossil valleys of the Mostecká pánev (Basin)
  • Czech Republic ; Fluvial dynamics ; Fluvial processes ; Fluvial terrace ; Meander ; River bed ; Valley ; Valley floor evolution
  • Valley stretches abandoned by watercourses at Quaternary, represent district landforms of the fluvial erosion-accumulation relief in the northern part of the Bohemian Upland. Four abandoned valleys and numerous Ohře River meanders were discussed
  • . The main hydrographic change in the region-diversion of the Ohře Rivber channel from Postoloprty to Bílina Rivcer to the current eastern direction - has induced new orientation of certain brooks and intense development of Ohře meanders in the Most basin
  • Strangler figs in a stand of dry rainforest in the lower Hunter Valley, NSW
  • Australie ; Biogéographie ; Dynamique de la végétation ; Ficus ; Forêt ; Forêt tropicale ; Hémi-épiphytisme ; Inventaire écologique ; New South Wales ; Propriétés du sol
  • Australia ; Biogeography ; Ecological inventory ; Forest ; New South Wales ; Soil properties ; Tropical rain forest ; Vegetation dynamics
  • Changing evaluations of flood plain hazard. The Hunter River Valley, Australia
  • Australie ; Catastrophe ; Estimation ; Géographie de l'Océanie ; Hunter Valley ; Inondation ; Lit majeur ; New South Wales ; Perception ; Plaine d'inondation ; Protection ; Risque
  • Perception des risques d'inondation et mesures de précaution prises. Dépendance accrue à l'égard de grands travaux d'aménagement. New South Wales.
  • Late Cenozoic surficial deposits and valley evolution of unglaciated northern New Jersey
  • Cenozoic ; Climatic cycle ; Earth surface processes ; Eolian features ; Erosion cycle ; Glacial features ; Interglacial ; New Jersey ; Palaeogeography ; Sea level ; United States ; Valley
  • Cycle climatique ; Cycle d'érosion ; Cénozoïque ; Eolien ; Etats-Unis ; Glaciaire ; Géomorphodynamique ; Interglaciaire ; New Jersey ; Niveau marin ; Paléogéographie ; Vallée
  • Geomorphic studies of landslides in the Tully Valley, New York : implications for public policy and planning
  • Aménagement du territoire ; Etats-Unis ; Gestion de l'environnement ; Glissement de terrain ; Géomorphologie appliquée ; New York State ; Risque naturel ; Vulnérabilité
  • Applied geomorphology ; Environmental management ; Landslide ; Natural hazards ; New York State ; Territorial planning ; United States of America ; Vulnerability
  • This paper describes the effects of the 1993 landslide, reports on the results of several follow-up investigations and geomorphic studies, and examines the implications of the landslide for public policy and planning in the Tully Valley community.
  • The potential for rural heritage tourism in the Clarence Valley of Northern New South Wales
  • Australie ; Déréglementation ; Industrie laitière ; Mondialisation ; New South Wales ; Pluri-activité ; Tourisme ; Tourisme rural
  • Australia ; Dairy industry ; Deregulation ; Globalization ; New South Wales ; Pluriactivity ; Rural tourism ; Tourism
  • 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
  • Chronology of lava and associated soils near San Miguel, New Mexico
  • Carbonate ; Datation K/Ar ; Etats-Unis ; Géochronologie ; Géographie physique ; Lave ; New Mexico ; Paléosol ; Quaternaire ; Volcanisme
  • The objective of this paper is to present evidence for a different age for the lava and the associated soils, based on the amount of pedogenic carbonate in the soil that buries the lava, on dated volcanic ash that occurs upstream along the valley
  • , and on the postulated time of valley entrenchment.