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  • A very complicated pattern of tectonic blocks is typical for the Western Caucasus because of many faultlines of different rank crossing each other. Within the limits of western Mountain Caucasian karst area (belonging to Crimean-Caucasian province
  • with a separate ground water reservoir and shows a certain complex of karst processes and resulting landforms. - (L'Ed.).
  • Hydrologické a klimatologické hodnoceni podzemnich vod CSR Hydrological and climatological evaluation of ground waters in the C.S. R
  • Detailed evaluation of ground waters in the Czech Socialist Republic, the results of observations of ground water levels from selected objects and of discharge of important springs, zonality of the regime and regionalisation of ground waters. (MS).
  • Classification and quantification of ground-destruction phenomena in ecosystems of high mountain regions of the Western Carpathians
  • Author deals with a location of the ground destruction in the system of geomorphological processes and classifies the phenomena and forms in high mountain, areas. An extend of the destroyed soil mantles and action of different morphogenetic
  • processes as well as the rate of ground destruction processes are evaluated above the timberline in the Western Carpathians. (MS).
  • Vplyv podzemnych vôd na krajinnu strukturu Ondavskej roviny Influence of ground waters on the landscape structure of the Ondavska rovina plain
  • Analys of the regime factors solving the ground water and recharge problems. The level of hydromorphy is applicated by means of ball method on the study area. - (MS)
  • Aapasuon routaa säätelevät tekijät - esimerkkitapaus Kuusamosta (Factors controlling ground frost on an aapa mire in Kuusamo, Finland)
  • The chief factor controlling the frost horizon in the ground proved to be snow depth which was regulated by wind action, particularly in late winter. The vegetation had a considerable influence locally. The contribution of the third major factor
  • , the groundwater was seen principally in the fact that the mire accumulated less ground frost than other sites on average and that the frost began to melt almost a month earlier than in ordinary mineral soils.
  • Figures against ground : the imagery of British sight-seeing
  • Effects of high pine shelterwood on temperature near the ground in Climatological extremes in the mountains, Physical background, geomorphological and ecological consequences.
  • Frosts during the vegetation period may damage growing plants. The use of shelterwood instead of clearfelling may reduce the risk of frost damage. Measurements of the air temperature near the ground were made in 20 meter tall shelterwoods of Scots
  • Photo-identification of exogenous processes and their large-scale mapping (Veliko Tarnovo ground range)
  • Possible effects of ground water lowering on some peat soils in Sjaelland
  • In the northern Peelhorst the influence of fracture movements is still clearly visible in the terrain. A particular feature is the curious circumstance that at the location of the fracture line wet and marshy grounds occur on the higher horst while
  • the lower grounds in the direct vicinity, on the other side of the fracture line, thus in the graben are dry. This is a rather unique situation in Western Europe. (AIS).
  • Localities visited on Excursions during the Nordic Symposium on frozen ground morphology
  • A felszinfejlodés hatasa a rétegvizekre a Mecsekben és a Tolna-Baranyaidombsagon. (The effect of geormorphic evolution on ground waters in the Meczek Mountains and in the hilly country of Tolna-Baranya)
  • The total number of mesoarthropods in the East Karakum is 501-3585 thousand sp.ha, but their live biomass - 0,5-10,1 kg/ha. Biomass of inhabitants of surface of the plants above ground organs includes 16, 47, their tissues - 8 - 22, pedobionts - 29
  • - 76 % of total mass of arthropods. The relation of above ground mass of arthropoda to underground is 1 : 0,7 in Calligonum sp. on barchan sands, 1 : 4,1 - in Haloxylon persicum area, 1 : 2,3 - in Haloxylon aphyllum area. The inhabitants of surface
  • of the plants above ground organs, then the vegetative tissues exert the great influence on desert vegetation, but pedobionts - the lesser. - (L'Ed.).
  • This article constitutes an approach to itinerants'social space through their unceasing migrations and their periodical links to the grounds of the fun fair. Lille fun fair-ground has been used as a basis to our study because of its local impact
  • and the large amount of itinerants who are there, related to the annual jumblesale. The fun fair-ground integrates four levels of spaces and rhythms of migration each of which permanently associates the itinerants'trades and their homes. Cohabitation in Lille
  • Using the example of Taisoigan deposits (Priscaspian depression) it is shown that mineralization level of ground water in arid sand massifs can be perfectly indicated by the land system elements when bedding depth is about 1-4 m. It is established
  • that absence of halophytes and pelitophytes in vegetative cover combined with maximum thickness of the aeration zone is a reliable visual criterion of fresh ground water of Taisoigan. - (L'Ed.).
  • Zastosowanie fotogrametrycznych zdjec naziemnych w badaniach hydrograficznych obszarow wspotczesnie zlodowaconych na przykladzie Islandii in Fotointerpretacja w badaniach polarnych. (Application of photogrammetric ground pictures in hydrographic
  • The externality fields of football-grounds: a case study of the Dell, Southampton
  • Till fabric i et recent bundmoraenelandshad, Island = Till fabric in recently exposed ground moraine, Iceland
  • The management of land in karst regions involves many specific objectives the conservation of nature and of the typical landscapes, the protection of underground waters, the knowledge of the quality of the substratum of the building grounds
  • The phosphate fertility of soils and the risk of contaminating of the deep ground water tables by modern agricultural practices, enable the authors to underline the importance attached to the knowledge of different edaphic parameters in solving