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  • Total phosphorus in two sounds of the southwestern Archipelago of Finland in Summer 1973
  • Sound fields and sonic landscapes in rural environments
  • The Quaternary history of Cumberland Sound, Southeastern Baffin Island : the marine evidence
  • To resolve the conflicting terrestrial and marine interpretations, the acoustic and core data collected in 1985 were studied to determine the genesis of the sediment units in the sound. The late Quaternary glacial and paleoceanographic history
  • of Cumberland Sound is synthesized and an ice reconstruction for the area is presented.
  • An ice-shelf moraine, George VI sound, Antarctica
  • Antarctique ; Epandage ; George VI Sound ; Glaciaire ; Géographie des régions polaires ; Géomorphogenèse ; Littoral ; Modèle conceptuel ; Moraine ; Plate-forme de glace ; Sédimentologie
  • The morphology, sediments and processes associated with the construction of a moraine along the western margin of the ice-shelf in George VI Sound, Antarctica, are discussed. A conceptual model of the moraine is developed and may help to explain
  • Radio-echo sounding of temperate glaciers: ice properties and sounder design criteria
  • The diffusion of click sounds from Khoisan to Bantu languages in South Africa
  • The patterns of diffusion of the Khoisan click sounds in the Bantu languages of southern Africa are shown and possible explanations are examined. - (AJC)
  • Sedimentary structures on a delta-influenced shallow shelf, Norton Sound, Alaska
  • Alaska ; Arctique ; Delta ; Fond sous-marin ; Géographie physique ; Mer de Béring ; Norton Sound ; Pacifique, îles ; Plate-forme continentale ; Structure sédimentaire ; Sédimentaire ; Zone froide
  • Spatial and temporal variations of sound in an andean city: Cajamarca, Peru
  • This study provides a preliminary examination of the temporal and geographic variations of sound in Cajamarca, a provincial city in the Andes of northern Peru. Sound levels were sampled in four neighborhoods of the city each representing different
  • land-use characteristics and hypothetically distinct environmental sound profiles. Distinct decibel profiles emerge, both geographically and temporally.
  • Sedimentary environmental analysis of Long Island Sound, USA, with multivariate statistics
  • ; Long Island Sound ; Plateforme littorale ; Sable ; Sable limoneux ; Sable limono-argileux ; Sédiment marin ; Sédimentologie
  • Plusieurs analyses factorielles ont permis d'identifier cinq faciès dans les sédiments profonds de Long Island Sound (Etats-Unis): 1. Limon argileux| 2. Limon sablo-argileux| 3. Sable limono-argileux| 4. Sable limoneux| 5. Sables. Les faciès sableux
  • et sablo-argileux ne s'étendent pas au-delà des bancs et des marges du Sound. La plus grande partie du Long Island Sound est recouverte par des sédiments à prédominance limoneuse.
  • Observations on submerged glacial ice in McMurdo Sound, Antarctica
  • Antarctique ; Datation ; Expansion glaciaire ; Glace immergée ; Glacier ; Glaciologie ; Géographie des régions polaires ; Géomorphogenèse ; Ile ; Inlandsis ; McMurdo Sound ; Siècle XX ; Stratigraphie ; Zone froide
  • La plus grande masse de glace immergée dans la partie ouest du McMurdo Sound, Antarctique, est celle formant le Cape Chocolate et l'île adjacente| elle repose sur le fond et est surmontée de sédiments morainiques. Ce sont vraisemblablement les
  • restes d'une expansion passée du Ross Ice Shelf. Leur stratification et les datations font espérer que la chronologie géologique de la glaciation du Sound pourra être établie. L'île s'est détachée du cap entre 1908 et 1956. De larges portions du Ross Ice
  • Shelf se sont détachées à l'ouest du McMurdo Sound à plusieurs reprises depuis 1908.
  • Sound travels faster at higher temperatures and relative humidities. It can be heard at a greater distance with a temperature inversion or when the wind direction is toward the listener. Snow and water vapor absorb sound and thus decrease
  • the intensity and distance over which sound can be heard.
  • Cultural studies ; Man-environment relations ; Music ; Sound ; Space ; Teaching of geography
  • The A., a qualified musicologist and an expert in the pedagogy of music, offers here important theoretical and operative suggestions to the teachers of geography. The article reminds the reader of the old and firm relationship among men, sounds
  • , music and environment. This essay analyzes the links between space and the sounds that surround it, and the relation between the production of organized sounds and nature, which is in itself a mix of rythms and an unforgettable music director of sonorous
  • . AS A RESULT, 7 TYPES OF DAILY SOUNDINGS ARE DETERMINED. THESE TYPES OF SOUNDING ARE COMPARED WITH THE SYNOPTIC SITUATIONS. FINALLY, THE A. STUDIES THE MEAN WEATHER CONDITIONS FOR EACH TYPE OF SOUNDING BY CALCULATING THE CONDITIONAL PROBABILITIES, UNDER WHAT
  • CIRCUMSTANCES IT IS POSSIBLE TO DEDUCE A TYPE OF SOUNDING, GIVEN SUNSHINE AND HUMIDITY DATA, AND THE DAILY RANGE OF TEMPERATURE.
  • The 183 GHz water and ozone channels on the upper atmosphere research satellite microwave limb sounder
  • Electromagnetic studies of ice and snow 2. Radio echo sounding in Remote sensing application in agriculture and hydrology.
  • El tren fantasma: arcs of sound and the acoustic spaces of landscape
  • Drawing on the work of Brandon LaBelle, Jean-Luc Nancy, Mladen Dolar and Charles Sanders Pearce, this paper develops the concept of ‘the arc of sound’ as part of a socio-material approach to semiosis able to recognise the ways in which sound
  • connects and differentiates contingently across heterogeneous spaces and materials. It shows how sound participates in the production of the railway corridor in Mexico as a complex, animate and deeply contoured historically and geographically specific
  • A visceral politics of sound
  • The AA. examine the visceral politics of sound through the example of the Climate Camp parade held during October 2009 in Helensburgh, New South Wales, Australia. They argue that visceral experiences of the rhythmic affordances of sounds—flow, pulse
  • and beat—provide us insights as to how people are mobilised into action. Their results explore bodily judgements of sounds to illustrate how a visceral approach can help to mobilise bodies in ways that can both upset, and reproduce, particular beliefs
  • Copenhagen, da capitale del regno a polo propulsore della Sound Region
  • Copenhague, de capitale de royaume à pôle propulseur de la Région Sound
  • Article is an examination of the Seattle sound or grunge as a form of alternative rock music in the late 1980s and early 1990s. Media theories of why this city generated a new musical sound center on its isolation and weather. The A. favors the idea
  • that the Seattle sound grew to prominence because of a lot of local musical talent (Nirvana, Pearl Jam etc.) and several successful independent record labels such as Sub Pop Records. The commodification and popularization of grunge essentially killed it by the mid
  • Comparison of SAGE II ozone measurements and ozone soundings at Uccle (Belgium) during the period February 1985 to January 1986
  • The ozone profiles obtained from 24 balloon soundings made with electrochemical ozonesondes were used as correlative data for SAGE II ozone profiles retrieved within a distance of at most 600 km from Uccle. The agreement between the two data sets