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  • Relationship between alluvial soils and flooding in the piedmont lowland of south eastern Pennsylvania
  • Crue ; Etats-Unis ; Extension spatiale ; Géographie physique ; Inondation ; Pennsylvania ; Piedmont ; Plaine d'inondation ; Prévision ; Sol ; Sol alluvial
  • New principles for the classification of alluvial soils
  • Classification ; Ob' ; Plaine d'inondation ; Russie ; Sol ; Sol alluvial ; Typologie
  • Alluvial soil ; Classification ; Floodplain ; Ob ; Russia ; Soil ; Typology
  • Une classification des sols alluviaux, s'appuyant sur l'analyse des horizons qui composent le profil du sol est présentée. La plupart des processus pédologiques typiques des sols de plaine d'inondation de la zone boréale et leurs horizons de
  • diagnostic respectifs sont décrits. Formules de profils et brèves descriptions de quelques types de sols alluviaux sont présentées.
  • Classification ; Fluviatile ; Oka vallée ; Plaine d'inondation ; Pédogenèse ; Sol ; Sol alluvial ; URSS
  • Alluvial soil ; Classification ; Floodplain ; Fluvial processes ; Pedogenesis ; Soil ; USSR
  • Field and modern analytical methods have shown that Floodplain soils with a pronounced A2 horizon are a large group of soils that occur under various ecologic conditions. They include Alluvial Sod Acid and Meadow Acid residual podzolized or residual
  • Gray Forest soils, Alluvial Sod-Podzolic and Alluvial Gray Forest residual-sod soils, Alluvial Pseudopodzolic (Pseudogley) soils, Alluvial Sod-Podzolic soils, and Alluvial Gray Forest soils. Classification and nomenclature of these soils should take
  • Thermoluminescence dating and chemistry of Quaternary sodic alluvial soils in the Venezuelan savanna
  • Datation ; Géochimie ; Paléoclimatologie ; Propriété du sol ; Pédologie ; Quaternaire ; Sol ; Thermoluminescence ; Venezuela
  • Pedological analyses and thermoluminescence dating were carried out on two soil profiles in the alluvial plain of the Orituco River, to determine if the chemical properties of the soil subhorizons are related to the paleoclimatology of the region.
  • Impacts of Holocene climatic variations on alluvial fan activity below snowpatches in subarctic Québec
  • Canada ; Cône de déjection ; Dendrochronologie ; Holocène ; Humidité du sol ; Neige ; Niche de nivation ; Précipitation ; Périglaciaire ; Québec ; Variation climatique
  • Alluvial cone ; Canada ; Climatic variation ; Dendrochronology ; Holocene ; Nivation hollow ; Periglacial features ; Precipitation ; Quebec ; Snow ; Soil moisture
  • In the Lake Guillaume-Delisle area of subarctic Québec, storm-generated alluvial fans have been active sporadically throughout the Holocene. In this study, the AA. propose that the persistence of late-lying snowpatches in fan catchments during
  • Holocene cold episodes promoted alluvial fan activity by lowering the precipitation threshold required to trigger a torential event. This hypothesis was tested by characterizing the depositional processes responsible for alluvial fan formation below
  • snowpatches, and by reconstructing the Holocene alluvial fan activity.
  • Environmental controls on the evolution of alluvial fans in Buena Vista Valley, North Central Nevada, during late Quaternary
  • Cône de déjection ; Etats-Unis ; Impact ; Nevada ; Paléo-environnement ; Quaternaire ; Sol ; Stratigraphie ; Sédimentologie ; Tectonique ; Variation climatique
  • Alluvial cone ; Climatic variation ; Impact ; Nevada ; Palaeo-environment ; Quaternary ; Sedimentology ; Soil ; Stratigraphy ; Tectonics ; United States of America
  • This study evaluates the relative influences of the environmental factors on the evolution of alluvial fans in Buena Vista Valley, north-central Nevada. The objectives of this study include : delineating the surficial stratigraphy of the alluvial
  • fan deposits; relating the stratigraphy of alluvial fans to geomorphic features and deposits associated with the climatic and tectonic history of the basin; establishing a temporal framework for the stratigraphy and comparing it to that developed
  • regionally by Hawley and Wilson (1965); and, examining the driving forces of aggradation and entrenchment on alluvial fans in Buena Vista Valley.
  • Identification of facies models in alluvial soil formation : the case of a Swiss alpine floodplain
  • Alpes ; Cours d'eau ; Ecosystème ; Gestion de l'environnement ; Modèle ; Plaine d'inondation ; Propriétés du sol ; Pédogenèse ; Réhabilitation ; Sol alluvial ; Statistique ; Suisse
  • Alluvial soil ; Alps (The) ; Ecosystem ; Environmental management ; Floodplain ; Model ; Pedogenesis ; Rehabilitation ; Soil properties ; Statistics ; Stream ; Switzerland
  • This paper describes different conceptual facies models intervening in alluvial soil formation in the case of the Sarine River floodplain, a partially embanked floodplain situated in the northwest of the Swiss Alps. Alluvial soils are submitted
  • Late Quaternary alluvial history of Nowlands Creek, Hunter Valley, NSW
  • Australie ; Chronologie ; Fluviatile ; Holocène ; Northwest Territories ; Pléistocène ; Site archéologique ; Sol ; Stratigraphie ; Terrasse fluviatile ; Vallée
  • The purpose of this paper is to unravel the alluvial history of Nowlands Creek at the archaeological sites. In particular, the river terraces and their stratigraphy, soils and chronology will be evaluated to separate Pleistocene from Holocene
  • Three-dimensional groundwater flow system in the Imaichi alluvial fan, Tochigi Prefecture, Japan
  • Cône de déjection ; Deutérium ; Eau souterraine ; Honshū ; Hydrochimie ; Irrigation ; Japon ; Modèle ; Nappe aquifère ; Oxygène 18 ; Qualité de l'eau ; Recharge naturelle ; Saison ; Utilisation du sol
  • Alluvial cone ; Aquifer ; Deuterium ; Groundwater ; Honshu ; Hydrochemistry ; Irrigation ; Japan ; Land use ; Model ; Natural recharge ; Oxygen 18 ; Season ; Water quality
  • The objective of this study is to make clear the three-dimensional structure of groudwater flow system and the mixing of recharged waters in the aquifer of the Imaichi alluvial fan wich has a complex geological structure, topography, and land use
  • La plaine de la Lupembashi (Shaba, Zaïre). Mise en valeur agro-industrielle d'un cône alluvial en région tropicale humide
  • Cône alluvial ; Fluviatile ; Géographie de l'Afrique ; Géomorphogenèse ; Lupembashi plaine ; Plaine alluviale ; Quaternaire zone chaude ; Shaba ; Zaïre ; Zone intertropicale
  • Etude géomorphologique d'une plaine alluviale à l'est de Likasi, où se développe un grand programme de culture mécanisée du maïs. Analyse du complexe drainage-sol-microrelief-végétation . Reconstitution de l'évolution du cône alluvial au Quaternaire
  • Surface sediment characteristics and present dynamics in alluvial fans of the central Spanish Pyrenees
  • Bassin-versant ; Coulée boueuse ; Couvert végétal ; Cône de déjection ; Dynamique de versant ; Espagne ; Granulométrie ; Géomorphométrie ; Pyrénées ; Sédimentologie ; Utilisation du sol
  • Alluvial cone ; Geomorphometry ; Grain size distribution ; Land use ; Mudflow ; Plant canopy ; Pyrénées ; Sedimentology ; Slope dynamics ; Spain ; Watershed
  • Three alluvial fans in the Ribera de Biescas, upper Gállego Valley, and central Spanish Pyrenees, have been studied in order to explain the most recent changes and to identify the spatial organization of the sediment. In the alluvial fans surveyed
  • , the proximal area is dominated by debris flows, which pass downslope into transitional and fluvial deposits. The AA. explain the most recent activity in alluvial fans in relation to land-use and plant cover changes affecting their catchments during the last few
  • Geomorphologic relationships and ages of soils on alluvial fans in the Rio General Valley, Cosata Rica
  • Chaîne de sols ; Chronostratigraphie ; Costa Rica ; Cône alluvial ; Fluviatile ; Géographie de l'Amérique ; Géomorphogenèse ; Pédogenèse ; Rio General Grande ; Sol ; Zone intertropicale
  • Les relations entre les sols et la morphologie sur les cônes alluviaux du Rio General montrent que leur développement est lié plus à l'activité tectonique de la chaîne de montagne et non pas aux changements climatiques. Une chronocatena
  • Alljuvial'nye pocvy na melkomasstabnyh pocvennyh kartah Les sols alluviaux sur les cartes pédologiques à petite échelle
  • Classification ; Géographie physique ; Pédologie ; Sol ; Sol alluvial ; Taxonomie
  • A partir de données littéraires et de sources cartographiques, taxonomie de sols alluviaux. - (MMB)
  • Alluvion ; Cours d'eau ; Erosion des sols ; Estuaire ; Etats-Unis ; Fluviatile ; Minéralogie ; North Carolina ; Plaine alluviale ; Plaine côtière ; Sol alluvial ; Sédimentaire
  • Alluvial plain ; Alluvial soil ; Alluvium ; Coastal plain ; Estuary ; Fluvial processes ; Mineralogy ; North Carolina ; Sedimentary ; Soil erosion ; Stream ; United States
  • Spatial patterns of ecohydrologic properties on a hillslope-alluvial fan transect, central New Mexico
  • Colline ; Couvert végétal ; Cône de déjection ; Ecohydrologie ; Ecoulement superficiel ; Etats-Unis ; Géostatistiques ; Infiltration ; New Mexico ; Propriétés du sol ; Versant ; Végétation
  • Alluvial cone ; Geostatistics ; Hill ; Infiltration ; New Mexico ; Overland flow ; Plant canopy ; Slope ; Soil properties ; United States of America ; Vegetation
  • Effets de la canopée de la végétation, de sa configuration spatiale et des modelés sur les propriétés du sol affectant l'écoulement superficiel et l'infiltration dans les terres arbustives de Sevilleta National Wildlife Refuge/LTER dans le Nouveau
  • Geochemical equilibria of iron in sediments of the Roaring River alluvial fan, Rocky Mountain National Park, Colorado
  • Colorado ; Cône alluvial ; Eau du sol ; Etats-Unis ; Fer ; Fluviatile ; Géochimie ; Matière organique ; Précipitation ; Rocky Mountains ; Variation spatio-temporelle
  • Alluvial cone ; Colorado ; Fluvial processes ; Geochemistry ; Iron ; Organic materials ; Precipitation ; Rocky Mountains ; Soil moisture;Soil water ; United States
  • Iron geochemistry of the sediments and interstitial waters of the Roaring River alluvial fan in the Rocky Mountain National Park, was studied using a chemical equilibria approach. The presence of a well-dated deposit with well-defined hydrological
  • Quaternary evolution of Cedar Creek alluvial fan, Montana
  • Chronoséquence ; Cône de déjection ; Etats-Unis ; Fluviatile ; Fluvioglaciaire ; Glaciaire ; Montana ; Propriétés du sol ; Quaternaire ; Sédimentologie
  • Alluvial cone ; Chronosequence ; Fluvial processes ; Fluvioglacial features ; Glacial features ; Montana ; Quaternary ; Sedimentology ; Soil properties ; United States
  • The purposes of this paper are to 1) describe the Quaternary geology of Cedar Creek alluvial fan and its drainage basin, 2) determine the depositional and erosional history of the fan and its influence on fan morphology, and 3) develop a conceptual
  • model for episodic deposition and erosion on Cedar Creek alluvial fan.
  • Argile minéral ; Grèce ; Grèce du Nord-Est ; Géochimie ; Minéralogie ; Plaine alluviale ; Propriétés du sol ; Pédogenèse ; Régime hydrique ; Taxonomie ; Vertisol
  • Alluvial plain ; Clay mineral ; Geochemistry ; Greece ; Mineralogy ; Pedogenesis ; Soil properties ; Taxonomy ; Vertisol ; Water regime
  • Arcilla mineral ; Geoquímica ; Grecia ; Llanura aluvial ; Mineralogía ; Pedogénesis ; Propiedades del suelo ; Régimen hídrico ; Taxonomía ; Vertisol
  • Four pedons from the alluvial plain of Drama (NE Greece) were investigated in order to provide detailed information on their morphology, chemical, physical and mineralogical properties, classification and genesis. Smectite (montmorillonite
  • ) is the dominant clay mineral and was mainly inherited from the parent sediments and by neoformation. The pedons located in the highest points of the alluvial plain were classified as Chromic Haploxererts and those in the lowest landscape were classified as Typic
  • Haploxererts. The properties of these Vertisols reflect the impact of climate (alternating wet–dry periods), landscape position (alluvial plain; seasonally water saturated), and parent material (clayey, smectite-dominated fluvio-lacustrine, highly calcareous
  • Hydrologic processes and geomorphic constraints on urbanization of alluvial fan slopes
  • Bassin-versant ; Crue ; Cône de déjection ; Domaine aride ; Désert ; Géotechnique ; Israël ; Negev ; Propriétés du sol ; Ruissellement ; Urbanisation ; Ville
  • Alluvial cone ; Arid area ; Desert ; Flood ; Geotechnics ; Israel ; Negev ; Rill wash ; Soil properties ; Town ; Urbanization ; Watershed
  • This paper confronts the question of how the natural processes on and around an alluvial fan are altered by urbanization. Further, the AA. try to point out how some geomorphic principles applied to the urban alluvial fan situation might help provide
  • Controls on modern alluvial fan processes in the central Alps, northern Italy
  • ; Utilisation du sol
  • Alluvial cone ; Alps (The) ; Classification ; Flood ; Geomorphometry ; Italy ; Land use ; Mass movement ; Mountain ; Mudflow ; Natural hazards ; Northern Italy ; Sedimentary ; Slope dynamics ; Statistical analysis ; Watershed
  • Data from a set of 209 alluvial fans from the central Alps of Italy are presented in this paper and analysed with the help of various statistical techniques (linear regression, principal components analysis, cluster analysis, discriminant analysis
  • and logistic regression). First, they used modern sedimentary facies and historical records (flood events since 15th century), to distinguish between the 2 dominant sedimentary processes on alluvial fans : debris flows and streamflows. Then, in order to analyse