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  • Wet snow avalanche deposits in the French Alps : structure and sedimentology
  • Alps (The) ; Avalanche ; Earth surface processes ; France ; Grain size distribution ; Mountain ; Periglacial features ; Sedimentology ; Slope deposit ; Snow
  • The aim of this paper is to provide some informations on wet snow avalanche dynamics and debris transport through the analysis of 25 snow avalanche deposits on alpine screes in the Ecrins Massif, and in the Devoluy and the Vanoise massifs.
  • 2001
  • Seasonal snow extent and snow mass in South America using SSMI passive microwave data
  • AVHRR ; Argentina ; Chile ; NOAA ; Patagonia ; Satellite imagery ; Snow ; Snow cover ; South America ; Temperature
  • 2001
  • Geomorphological significance of lichen colonization in a present snow hollow : Hoya del Cuchillar de las Navajas, Sierra de Gredos (Spain)
  • Dating ; Lichenometry ; Little ice age ; Mountain ; Nivation ; Nivation hollow ; Quaternary ; Snow ; Spain
  • This paper discusses the results of a lichenometrical and geomorphological study of one of the few remaining active snow hollows in the central region of the Iberian Peninsula. The study area, located on a glacial shoulder, is called Hoya del
  • of the snow cover. These data formed the basis for a study of the lichen colonization on the blocks and on the wall surrounding the snow hollow.
  • 2001
  • Climatology ; Diurnal variation ; Meltwater ; Snow ; Snow cover ; Twentieth Century ; United States of America ; Winter
  • -month spatial climatology of snow cover (duration and depth) was constructed for the region along with a 60-year temporal analysis of areally averaged snow cover. A spatial climatology of diurnal snowmelt, stratified by the magnitude of melt, also
  • 2001
  • Former USSR ; Snow ; Snow cover ; Spatial variation ; Statistical analysis
  • 2001
  • Morphometric variables associated with 36 debris torrent, 78 snow avalanche, 45 composite debris torrent and snow avalanche and 14 streamflow basins in the Cascade Mountains of southwestern British Columbia, Canada are examined. The results show
  • significant statistical differences in top and bottom elevations, relief, channel length and gradient, basin area, fan gradient and area, and basin ruggedness between snow avalanche basins and the 2 basin types affected by debris torrents, reflecting the very
  • 2001
  • Canada ; Climate ; Climatic warming ; Cyclone ; Eurasia ; Impact ; Monsoon ; Snow ; Snow cover ; Thematic map
  • 2001
  • Belorussia ; Boreal area ; Forest ; Kyrgyzstan ; Mathematical model ; Model ; Plant canopy ; Regression analysis ; Russia ; Snow ; Snow cover
  • 2001
  • Indicator ; Pollution ; Snow ; Snow cover ; Urban area ; Urban development ; Watershed
  • 2001
  • Freeze-thaw cycle ; Ground freezing ; Impact ; Mathematical model ; Model ; Snow ; Snow cover ; Soil ; Thawing ; Thermal regime ; Water regime
  • 2001
  • Geomorphology ; Palsa ; Periglacial features ; Permafrost ; Pingo ; Snow cover ; Terminology ; Vegetation
  • 2001
  • Avalanche ; Ecology ; Geomorphology ; Landscape ecology ; Mass movement ; Snow
  • 2001
  • The history of the landscape of the Haramosh valley is linked with the former glaciation history of the Indus Valley. The extent of the former glaciers Mani, Baska and Phuparash according to their glacio-geomorphic position, their snow line
  • 2001
  • Acid rain ; European part of Russia ; Interannual variability ; Moscow ; Precipitation ; Rainfall ; Snow ; Years 1980-89 ; Years 1990-99
  • 2001
  • Cartography ; Europe ; Geophysics ; Methodology ; Mountain ; Permafrost ; Seismic method ; Snow cover ; Soil temperature ; Spatial distribution
  • 2001
  • Drainage ; Flood ; Forest ; Model ; Pic discharge ; Plant cover ; Precipitation ; Rill wash ; Snow ; Stand treatment ; United States of America ; Washington State ; Watershed
  • 2001
  • observed on road cuts. Regression analysis showed slope gradient, slope aspect, ground cover density and snow-free period rainfall erosivity had statistically significant effects on erosion. Slope gradient was the most influential site factor affecting
  • 2001
  • Atmospheric circulation ; Canada ; Cold area ; Dendrochronology ; Dendrology ; Lake ; Lake level ; Meltwater ; Precipitation ; Quebec ; Snow ; Spring ; Subarctic area ; Summer ; Twentieth Century
  • 2001
  • Alpes du Nord ; Avalanche ; Classification ; Estimation ; France ; Natural hazards ; Rhône-Alpes ; Snow
  • 2001
  • Briansk ; European part of Russia ; Gully erosion ; Humid environment ; Kaluga ; Karst ; Landslide ; Slope dynamics ; Snow ; Soil erosion
  • 2001