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  • Ciudad Chihuahua : its changing morphology and landscape
  • Mexico ; Suburbanization ; Urban geography ; Urban growth ; Urban morphology
  • Growth and internal spatial dynamics of this state capital and manufacturing center. Suburban expansion and ribbon development since World War II have morphologically transformed Chihuahua. - (DWG)
  • Palaeohydrological reconstructions achieved from palaeoclimatic conditions and palaeochannel morphology for southern Hebei, the North China Plain
  • The morphology of the Aegean Sea: a discussion of morphometrical data
  • Morphology of cobble streams is small watersheds
  • Palsstrukturer och palsmorfologi i Nordnorge Palsa structures and palsa morphology in northern Norway
  • Morphology and relief of Kissonerga village area of Paphos district, Cyprus
  • Morphological properties of the slope profiles of the western plateau scarps, Ranchi
  • Morphology and sediments of sandwaves in the St-Lawrence estuary
  • The recreational business district: a component of the East London urban morphology
  • Coastal mudslide morphology and processes on Eocene clays in Denmark
  • The morphology of Johnston and Mansel banks in the Aegean Sea
  • Dating Quaternary fault scarps formed in alluvium using morphologic parameters
  • Ages of fault scarps, as well as those other types of transport-limited slopes, can be estimated by comparing their morphology with the morphology of scarps of known age. Age estimates are derived by fitting the scarp profiles to synthetic profiles
  • generated using a diffusion equation or, alternatively, by classification using a linear discriminant function. The usefulness of morphology-derived age estimates depends on the relative importance of non-age-related morphologic variation. Data from more
  • than 200 scarp profiles demonstrate that morphologic variation not related to scarp age can introduce significant uncertainties into morphology-derived age estimates.
  • Dynamics and morphology of the North Branch Ashburton River.
  • The Sheva Shingle beach : a morphological study
  • Some important aspects of the morphological processes in the southwestern United States
  • Morphology and development of an alluvial fan in a permafrost region, Aklavik Range, Canada
  • The objectives of this study are to describe the morphology and sedimentology of an alluvial fan, the Mount Goodenough North fan, in a permafrost region; and to interpret the processes responsible for the development of the fan, using both direct
  • observations and inferences from fan morphology and sedimentology.
  • The morphological development of the Wadden Sea Island of Jordsand since the storm surges in 1976
  • Jordsand is the smallest island in the Danish Wadden Sea. In this paper a brief statement of the morphological development of the island is given for the period 1976-88. Furthermore, the development of two adjacent morphological elements, the high
  • A Kozép-békési varosok funkcionalis morfologiai elemzésének altalanosithato tapasztalatai. (Experience to be generalized from the functional-morphological analysis of the mid-Békés towns)
  • The data basis for functional-morphological analyses has considerably broadened (census statistics, etc.). The positions of the mid-Békés towns in the settlement network have changed. Functions modified at a more rapid rate than morphology. (DLO).
  • A rational explanation of cross-profile morphology for glacial valleys and of glacial valley development
  • The purpose of this paper is, first to present an explanation of the cross-profile morphology based on the physical process of glacier flow and second to interpret development of the glacial valley cross-profile.
  • Periglasiaalisen morfologian tutkimus Suomessa. (The research of periglacial morphology in Finland)
  • This paper is a summary of the research concerning the periglacial environment and morphology in Finland. From a study of available past and current literature and field observations, the distribution and nature of the periglacial features