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  • Out of rubble : natural disaster and the materiality of the house
  • Climbing dunes and interbedded rubble fans. Quaternary patterns of Serra Gelada (Spanish mediterranean littoral)
  • construction, settlement pattern and economic activity. Reconstruction activities have appropriated much former agricultural land as sites for dumping rubble, construction and other purposes. - (DWG)
  • of overall Soviet goals for increased productivity of labor and for foreign-exchange income. Containerization has improved labor productivity and has earned almost 700 million rubles in hard currency.
  • Mountain-top detritus characterizes the 2 high summits of the Gaspésie Montains, eastern Canada. It is suggested that these angular rock-rubble accumulations developed from the disintegration of coarse-grained igneous bedrock exposed to thermal
  • of cold climate in response to periglacial processes. Rock rubble in the entrances to some extraglacial karst caves is also interpreted as the product of periglacial frost action.
  • catastrophically, eroding a trench through the chaotic mass of sandstone rubble.
  • differenciate the vegetation of them. Rivers rocky valleys, rocks and rubble dumps on basaltic and phonolitic hills and rocky steep slopes in the Triasic hilly country are the most important border habitats of forests of this area. On not calcareous
  • Climat tropical humide ; Corallien ; Géographie de l'Afrique ; Géologie régionale ; Géomorphogenèse ; Inhaca, île ; Lithologie ; Littoral ; Mozambique ; Rubble flat ; Récif ; Sédimentaire ; Zone intertidale ; Zone intertropicale
  • . The two most distinctive relief features are the karst polje situated between the villages Koritnice, Bač and Knežak, which is covered with rubble and gravel-like clastic sediments, and the dry valley of the former Pivka river lying southwest from
  • up. In particular a continual accumulation of rubble determined the raising of the original level that Bologna was built on. Comparison between the old and actual ground levels permitted identification of the areas in which anthropic intervention most