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  • Application of numerical transient fluid dynamics to snow avalanche flow. Part 1. Development of computer program AVALNCH
  • profil longitudinal du couloir est discrétisé en sections de 10-20 m. Le programme permet de calculer pour chaque section la vitesse moyenne d'avalanche, l'emplacement et le volume du culot d'avalanche. L'algorithme du programme est performant. Le
  • programme permet une simulation précise de l'écoulement des avalanches. Problèmes des conditions initiales et des valeurs paramétriques nécessaires au calage du modèle, dans les conditions les plus variées.
  • 1979
  • Dynamics of nitrogen fixation in a meadow biogeocenosis
  • 1979
  • Vegetation dynamics.
  • 1979
  • Application of numerical transient fluid dynamics to snow avalanche flow. Part 2. Avalanche modeling and parameter error evaluation
  • 1979
  • Somes perspectives on climate and climate dynamics
  • 1979
  • A contribution to the dynamic climatology of Arabia
  • 1979
  • An introduction to dynamic meteorology.
  • 1979
  • The authors present method and techniques of measurement for stating present-day dynamics of talus slopes in the surroundings of the research station of the Institute of Geography, Polish Academy of Sciences on the Hala Gasienicowa
  • . For the experimental slope of Skrajna Turnia photographs were taken and cartographic interpretation was made. To the slope surface certain morphological, genetic and dynamic features were ascribed. Point of measurement of Quick and slow mass movement were established
  • 1979
  • Radiocarbon dating of fossil soils sometimes sets a difficult problem of interpretation because of the complexity of dynamic processes of organic carbon in the soil. Yet, fiability of dates mainly depends on the validity of the samples.
  • 1979
  • If the host population is taken to be a dynamic variable (rather than constant, as conventionally assumed), a wider understanding of the population biology of infections diseases emerges. In this first part of a two-part article, mathematical models
  • 1979
  • . Consideration is given to the relation between the ecology and evolution of the transmission processes and the overall dynamics, and to the mechanisms that can produce cyclic patterns, or multiple stable states, in the levels of injection in the host population.
  • 1979
  • Palaeological evidence indicates that the rotation rate of the Earth during the late Precambrian was 2-2.5 times faster than now. Typically high rotation rate in a fluid system reduces the characteristic size of dynamic features, their associated
  • 1979
  • problems given at least brief mention are possible relationships between global seismicity and plate dynamics, stress drops and apparent stress from earthquakes, tectonic stress near plate margins and within the plates, and mechanical properties of the slip
  • 1979
  • flood dynamics particularly to revealing the runoff losses due to infiltration in soil. An example of calculations is presented.
  • 1979
  • of these unusual distributions reveals that the mechanisms affecting zooplankton community dynamics are more subtle and complex than generally recognized, particularly in such harsh environments as the Arctic.
  • 1979
  • of geomorphic evolution are evaluated and it is considered that process studies, dynamic equilibrium, and even cyclic theory and uniformitarianism, are inadequate for the time-scale involved and the many unique events recorded in landscape history. Evolutionary
  • 1979