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  • The northernmost part of Scandinavia, the Varanger peninsula, belongs to Subarctic zone. It is possible to observe there the occurrence of both active and inactive periglacial phenomena at the some height above sea level. The area is picked out
  • as being transitional between the active periglacial zone of the Arctic, and the fossilised periglacial zone of Central Europe. In comparison with Spitsbergen, Varanger only exhibits half the active high Arctic periglacial processes.
  • 1982
  • Radio-transmitters were fixed to the backs of 20 hedgehogs who were followed nightly for four to six week periods year round, except in winter, in order to determine their activity patterns. Sleep was shown to account annually for 87 % of the time
  • . Feeding takes place during the first half of the night. From midnight to daybreak, other important seasonal activities, such as social contacts, exploration and nest-building were recorded. The most important biotic and abiotic factors promoting activity
  • 1982
  • Quaternary glaciations in east Europe and northern Asia (report on the activity of the Soviet Working Group on Project 24) in Glaciations quaternaires dans l'Hémisphère Nord.
  • 1982
  • Bassin-versant ; Bilan sédimentaire ; Charge sédimentaire ; Connecticut ; Déglaciation ; Eau de fonte ; Etats-Unis ; Fluvioglaciaire ; Glace active ; Glaciaire ; Glaciation ; Glacier ; Géographie physique ; Modèle ; Quaternaire zones moyennes
  • retreat, considers active ice the principal sediment source. This paper presents reported values of debris content in glacier ice and uses these values to calculate theoretical sediment volumes for a small drainage basin (1 300 km) in northeastern USA
  • . Comparison of calculated theoretical sediment volume with the estimated actual sediment volume in the basin indicates that active ice is probably the principal sediment source for melt water deposits.
  • 1982
  • Short-term planetary-scale interactions over the tropics and midlatitudes during northern winter. Part I. Contrasts between active and inactive periods
  • (1973-1979) ; Asie ; Break ; Cellule de Hadley ; Cellule de Walker ; Circulation atmosphérique ; Climatologie ; Géographie physique ; Hiver ; Jet stream ; Mousson ; Mousson de nord-est ; Période active ; Période inactive ; Surge ; Téléconnexion
  • Durant les périodes de mousson de NE très actives (surges), les circulations varient de façon cohérente aux latitudes intertropicales et extratropicales. Le jet et la cellule de Hadley sur l'Asie orientale, le flux divergent sur l'Indonésie et les
  • 1982
  • Eolian activity had begun in the Ferris-Lost Soldier area by at least ca. 9,950 to 10,330 years b.p. Major depositional intervals (indicating widespread Ferris dune activity) correlate with two radiocarbon-dated periods of drought. The first
  • 1982
  • The likelihood of active groundwater recharge in the Botswana Kalahari
  • 1982
  • Alaska ; Arctique ; Couche active ; Eau du sol ; Etats-Unis ; Géographie physique ; Hydraulique thermique ; Littoral ; Modèle ; Modèle numérique ; Permafrost ; Périglaciaire ; Zone froide
  • que la profondeur de la couche active est augmentée de manière significative dans les sites humides.
  • 1982
  • Both species are strictly nocturnal in their activities, with two activity peaks during the course of the night. In P. cuvieri, males cover twice as much distance per night as females do. In both species male have larger home ranges than females
  • 1982
  • environments, it is possible to trace the thermal ranges of the various active periglacial landforms. Relationships between zonal permafrost landforms and permafrost zones are emphasized.
  • 1982
  • . Autumn decrease in precipitation in the last two decades is apparently due to suppression of tropical cyclonic activity. The reverse of both of these trends was evident prior to the 1940s. These climatic patterns have resulted in seasonal redistribution
  • 1982
  • Epaisseur de la couche active et différences temporelles, locales et régionales dans la fonte des palses dans l'extrême nord de la Finlande 17 tourbières à palses sont examinées. Les gradients thermiques sont examinés et l'effet des fissures de
  • 1982
  • palses ont été observés: palses classiques, monticules de tourbe à injection de glace, monticules de tourbe à couche active, monticules de tourbe colonisés par la végétation.
  • 1982
  • l'hémisphère opposé, qui est alors en phase estivale. La réciproque n'est pas vraie. C'est entre l'Asie orientale et l'Australie que ces interactions seraient les plus actives. (JPB).
  • 1982
  • The locomotory activity and reproductive behaviour of the Philander opossum have been studied in a 80-year old forest near Cayenne, French Guyana, from September 1978 to October 1979. One hundred and seventy one individuals were live-trapped
  • 1982
  • actives en travers du lit. Leur taille augmente jusqu'à ce que le courant devienne inefficace à leur surface. Le courant se concentre alors de chaque côté de la barre.
  • 1982
  • défigurent activement par éboulements, formation de cratères et pulvérisation.
  • 1982
  • Floods are more and more frequent on rivers of the Carpathian Basin, too. It can be traced back to the changes in the dynamism of geomorphic processes due to human activity, modification of runoff due to alterations in vegetation, river regulations
  • 1982
  • : les rillkarren sur les blocs calcaires face aux vents du SW et aux brouillards de l'Atlantique Sud et les cannelures exposées aux vents de NE. Ces formes semblent actives et non héritées.
  • 1982
  • Data from wind tunnel tests show that the presence of roughness elements (gravels, spheres) on a dry, flat sand surface affects the erosional capacity of the wind. Their influence is twofold: they activate erosion when their density is small
  • 1982