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  • Coastal landforms : human activity, geomorphology and ecology in the coastal zone in Australian physical geography.
  • 1988
  • Geomorphology of the central Southern Alps, New Zealand : the interaction of plate collision and atmospheric circulation in The geomorphology of plate boundaries and active continental margins.
  • The variation in the character of the landscape across the Southern Alps reflects the changes in uplift and erosion rates, elevation, and the degree of preservation of relict landforms. These result from the interaction of active mountain building
  • 1988
  • Soil erosion is an active geomorphic process and requires a close attention of geomorphologists who investigate into present-day relief-forming processes and into the history of the relief's evolution. Spatial differences and changes in time can
  • be traces in the erosion and deposition on slopes both unchanged and changed by the man's activity. Morphological structure of the slope's surface, form, quantity and character of elementary units the slope consists of are also importance. Soil erosion
  • are restricted to dry steppes and semideserts. Human activity enlarged the scope of the process which became now azonal. In the course of the Pleistocene there were some epochs of active soil erosion and deluvial deposition similar to the present - man-induced
  • 1988
  • La réserve naturelle des Hautes-Fagnes deviendra-t-elle un Observatoire Géo-biosphère? L'évolution des végétations de tourbière haute active sur le plateau des Hautes Fagnes
  • 1988
  • Present-day geomorphological processes reshape the slopes of the original parabolic dunes. Wind is particularly active in summit areas where new blowouts are formed, whereas overland flow creates concave south-exposed slopes. The stepped surface
  • of the north-exposed slopes is due to mass movements following rabbit activity.
  • 1988
  • Morphotectonics of Papua New Guinea in The geomorphology of plate boundaries and active continental margins.
  • 1988
  • Geomorphic history of a rapidly uplifting area on a compressional plate boundary : Cropp River, New Zealand in The geomorphology of plate boundaries and active continental margins.
  • Cropp Basin is an example of the type of landscape occuring adjacent to an active compressional plate boundary producing mountains which form a barrier to the prevailing atmospheric circulation. Uplift, rainfall and erosion are extreme
  • 1988
  • Climatic warming and increased summer activity in Florida, USA
  • 1988
  • Slope evolution on a flight of marine terraces in south Taranaki, New Zealand in The geomorphology of plate boundaries and active continental margins.
  • 1988
  • Landforms and denudation of the High Himalaya of Nepal : results of continental collision in The geomorphology of plate boundaries and active continental margins.
  • 1988
  • Tectonic geomorphology at a plate boundary : a transect across Hawke Bay, New Zealand in The geomorphology of plate boundaries and active continental margins.
  • 1988
  • Tectonic geomorphology of the Hikurangi margin : surface manifestations of different modes of subduction in The geomorphology of plate boundaries and active continental margins.
  • 1988
  • Plate boundary tectonics and oceanic island geomorphology in The geomorphology of plate boundaries and active continental margins.
  • 1988
  • Environmental research nowadays is an interdisciplinar problem. 15 famous authors from the G.D.R. write on following problems : conditions of production and ecology, global ecological relationships, soils, noosphere as life and activity field
  • 1988
  • Observation de la réponse de surfaces agricoles aux pluies par télédétection en hyperfréquence active aéroportée
  • 1988
  • Vertical movement of isolated oceanic islands at plate margins : evidence from emergent reefs in Tonga (Pacific Ocean), Cayman Islands (Caribbean Sea) and Christmas Island (Indian Ocean) in The geomorphology of plate boundaries and active
  • 1988
  • Catastrophe ; Dynamique de l'atmosphère ; France ; Géographie physique ; Orage ; Pays de la Loire ; Risque climatique ; Risque naturel ; Sarthe ; Thermodynamique ; Tornade ; Traîne active ; Type de temps ; Vent fort
  • Orage isolé au sein d'une traîne-active d'ouest. Les facteurs géographiques ont joué un rôle capital dans le développement et le déclenchement de la tornade. Les dégâts, considérables et localisés dans un étroit couloir, ont été provoqués par le
  • 1988
  • This paper attempts to build the foundations for a descriptive statistical model of landslide frequency.This is to be constructed from easily recognised and measured environmental correlates of landslide activity. The objective is the creation
  • 1988
  • Three-dimensional characteristics of the active debris flow are reconstructed from mudlines on 58 trees still standing in the flow path. Mudline formation only on the up-flow side of trees indicates relatively high viscosity of the debris flow
  • 1988
  • Le topoclimat est considéré comme le résultat de l'action de plusieurs facteurs, dont la qualité de la surface active, l'orientation, l'exposition du relief et l'altitude seraient les plus importants. Les topoclimats élémentaires et les topoclimats
  • 1988