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  • Neotectonic movements on a passive continental margin: Salvador region, Brazil
  • In some restricted sectors of the Brazilian coast, it has been possible to demonstrate the role played by the vertical tectonic movements in shifting Quaternary shorelines. Within Todos os Santos Bay, State of Bahia, located in the Reconcavo graben
  • , vertical movements of faulted blocks produced shifted Holocene shorelines. This neotectonism is related to the reactivation, during the Quaternary, of faults bounding the several crustal blocks which form the sedimentary basin. These deformations
  • Moving up - moving down : agro-pastoral land-use patterns in the Ecuadorian paramos
  • In the Highlands of Ecuador, the vertical limits of agriculture and intensification of livestock production have been expanded upward to the low paramos. These trends, which result from population pressure and agrarian reform, place environmental
  • Late Quaternary movement of Aspy Fault, Nova Scotia
  • Canada ; Faille ; Géographie de l'Amérique ; Isostasie ; Mouvement vertical ; Nova Scotia ; Paléo-environnement ; Quaternaire ; Tectonique
  • . The different raised erosional features indicate independent vertical tectonic movement of the three islands, predating the formation of the raised reef. The accordance and horizontality of the raised reef indicates stability of the islands, since the last
  • The Latin American barrio movement as a social movement : contribution to a debate
  • The development of linear move irrigation in the United States
  • Since the late 1970s, an irrigation technology called linear move has been introduced into California's valleys and then elsewhere. In spite of their high cost, these wheeled machines of interconnected pipes are adopted because they require little
  • Sediment movement and knickpoint behavior in a small piedmont drainage basin
  • In the Piedmond of Maryland, USA, channel processes appear to be both episodic in time and to occur spatially in steps. Sand in patches and gravel (50 mm) move roughly 5 to 7 times per year, and boulders (300-600 mm) move perhaps once every year
  • Moving up and moving out : confusing ends and means about ghetto dispersal in US urban policy.
  • Female migration in Chile: type of moves and socioeconomic characteristics
  • Recurrent late Quaternary movement on the Strawberry normal fault, Basin and Range Colorado Plateau transition zone, Utah
  • The Montreal Citizen's Movement comes to power
  • Community organization USA: the view from the movement
  • Why families move. 2nd ed..
  • The tenant's movement in the United States
  • Une méthodologie pour les enquêtes toponymiques autochtones : le répertoire inuit de la région de Kativik et de sa zone côtière in Mouvements de population/movements.
  • Moving up or staying down ? Migrant-native differential mobility in La Paz
  • Surficial talus movement in an Andean Paramo of Venezuela
  • The ecologist movement in Brazil (1974-1986) : from environmentalism to ecopolitics
  • Photographs taken in Arizona, California, Georgia, Nebraska, Colorado and Washington with detailed captions of different kinds of American irrigation techniques : flood irrigation, furrow, irrigation, sprinklers, center pivot, linear move and drip
  • Structural origins of urban social movements: the case ol Latinos in Chicago