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  • Dinamikus allatfoldrajz.. (Dynamic zoogeography)
  • is the result of the evolutional unity of animal and its environment. The principles of dynamic zoogeography are supported by ample evidence. (DLO).
  • 1983
  • Introductory dynamical oceanography.
  • 1983
  • God's handy worke in wonders. Landslide dynamics and natura hazard implications of a sixteenth century disaster
  • 1983
  • Supraglacial stream dynamics on the Juneau icefield
  • 1983
  • Late-Quaternary vegetational dynamics and community stability reconsidered
  • interglacial vegetation developed there after about 9000 yr B. P. Late-Quaternary vegetation has been in dynamic equilibrium, with a relatively constant flora, south of 33N on upland interfluves along the northern Gulf Coastal Plain, peninsular Florida
  • 1983
  • A note on: Isostasy, dynamic equilibrium, continents and time
  • 1983
  • Application of coastal dynamics to the reconstruction of paleocoastlines in the vicinity of La Jolla, California in Quaternary coastlines and marine archaeology: Towards the prehistory of land bridges and continental shelves.
  • 1983
  • Postglacial climatic change: vegetation dynamics and the pollen record
  • 1983
  • Sukzession und Natürlichkeitsgrad synanthroper Vegetation zur Kennzeichnung und Bewertung ihrer Dynamik. (Succession and naturalness grade of synanthropic vegetation for its dynamical characterization and evaluation)
  • 1983
  • Dynamical processes in the atmosphere and the use of models
  • 1983
  • Particulate dynamics, dissolved and total load, in two small basins, northern Pennines, UK
  • 1983
  • Authors give a historical survey of the international development of thinking on karst relief evolution. The most important mobilizing factor of karst dynamics is bioactive topsoil. Local climatic conditions exert influences on karst evolution
  • 1983
  • In recent years there has been a renewed interest in the long-term behaviour of landforms. This should be soundly based in theory rather than inferentially based on historical studies. Some recent concepts in dynamical systems theory are reviewed
  • 1983
  • sedimentation rates of the various deltas are related to dynamic and geometrical properties of the systems. The effect of different factors on delta morphology and sedimentology is discussed.
  • 1983
  • are typical for gentle bending (big radius of curvature) which is accounted for by high specific channel-forming discharges, high resistance of solid rocks at the banks etc. Series pattern is established in position of free meanders and curves of the dynamic
  • 1983
  • with environmental perturbations. The hypothesis of termites populations being divided into gamodemes and the importance of time delays in dynamic processes are pointed out.
  • 1983
  • activity and the distribution of convective cells seem to be controlled by orographic influence from the coastal Fouta Djalon mountains, by local oceanic temperature conditions and by dynamic influence in the vicinity of Green Cape Islands.
  • 1983