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  • Ancient shorelines and quaternary vertical movements on Rurutu and Tubai (Austral Isles, French Polynesia)
  • Ligne de rivage ; Mouvement vertical ; Niveau marin ; Polynésie française ; Quaternaire marin ; Subsidence
  • French Polynesia ; Marine quaternary ; Sea level ; Shoreline ; Subsidence ; Vertical displacement
  • Maps of vertical crustal movements in the conterminous United States over the last ten million years.
  • Map A: Data sources for vertical movements| Map B: Neotectonics, rates and magnitudes of vertical movements| Map C: Rates and relative magnitudes of post-glacial vertical movements, these three maps compiled showing sources of data available
  • as of january, 1980, scale 1: 5 000 000| Map D: Preliminary interpretation of rates of vertical movements based from US Geological Survey National Atlas 1970, scale 1: 10 000 000.
  • The initial cause of vertical motions in the mantle and the atmosphere
  • Atmosphere ; Geophysics ; Global tectonics ; Mantle ; Mathematical model ; Meteorology ; Model ; Orogeny ; Sea-floor spreading ; Vertical movement
  • Atmosphère ; Expansion des fonds océaniques ; Géophysique ; Manteau terrestre ; Modèle ; Modèle mathématique ; Mouvement vertical ; Météorologie ; Orogenèse ; Tectonique globale
  • Vertical movement of isolated oceanic islands at plate margins : evidence from emergent reefs in Tonga (Pacific Ocean), Cayman Islands (Caribbean Sea) and Christmas Island (Indian Ocean) in The geomorphology of plate boundaries and active
  • This paper examines the evidence for vertical movement of oceanic islands at three plate margin locations. Each is located adjacent to a deep ocean trench, but represents a different plate margin setting from a different ocean. For each of the areas
  • elevation of Tertiary reefal limestone indicates past uplift and/or differential movement of islands within the group. Evidence for continuity of vertical movements is examined, particularly elevation of emergent reefs of Last Interglacial age.
  • Aquifer ; Groundwater ; Horizontal movement ; Hungary ; Location ; Pediment ; Pollution ; Vertical movement ; Water pollution
  • Eau souterraine ; Hongrie ; Localisation ; Mouvement horizontal ; Mouvement vertical ; Nappe aquifère ; Pollution ; Pollution de l'eau ; Pédiment
  • Authors investigate the vertical and horizontal movements of ground water for a longer time period in the Tokaj wine growing area (NE-Hungary). This knowledge may help in tracing the way of pollutants in the ground water, and many contribute
  • Coastal foredune development and vertical displacement
  • Coastal environment ; Coastal sedimentation ; Dune ; Holocene ; Neotectonics ; Sand ; Sea level ; Sediment budget ; Vertical movement
  • Bilan sédimentaire ; Dune ; Holocène ; Littoral ; Mouvement vertical ; Niveau marin ; Néotectonique ; Sable ; Sédimentation littorale
  • , through an understanding of the developmental history of coastal dunes, it may be possible to relate multiple episodes of dune development to conditions associated with vertical displacements of the coastal zone.
  • 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
  • Responses of landform development to tectonic movements and climate change during Quaternary in Fenhe drainage basin
  • China ; Climatic variation ; Lake level ; Loess ; Palaeolake ; Palaeosol ; Plateau ; Quaternary ; Stratigraphy ; Tectonics ; Terrace ; Vertical movement ; Watershed
  • Bassin-versant ; Chine ; Chine centrale ; Loess ; Mouvement vertical ; Niveau lacustre ; Paléolac ; Paléosol ; Plateau ; Quaternaire ; Stratigraphie ; Tectonique ; Terrasse ; Variation climatique
  • to the neotectonic movements and climate changes.
  • Atmospheric dynamics ; France ; Midi-Pyrénées ; Vertical movement ; Weather type
  • Armagnac ; Dynamique de l'atmosphère ; France ; Midi-Pyrénées ; Mouvement vertical ; Trombe ; Type de temps
  • China ; Loess ; Neotectonics ; Palaeo-environment ; Palaeoclimate ; Palaeosol ; Plateau ; Pleistocene ; Pliocene ; Shaanxi ; Soil erosion ; Vertical movement
  • Chine ; Erosion des sols ; Loess ; Mouvement vertical ; Néotectonique ; Paléo-environnement ; Paléoclimat ; Paléosol ; Plateau ; Pliocène ; Pléistocène ; Shaanxi
  • Recent vertical crustal movements of the Carpatho-Balkan region: instrumental improvements
  • Slow soil movement in Tarfala valley, Kebnekaise Mountains, Swedish Lapland
  • Climatic variation ; Creep ; Gelifluction ; Lapland ; Mass movements ; Periglacial features ; Permafrost ; Slope dynamics ; Slopes ; Soil ; Soil moisture ; Sweden
  • dominant slope processes (frost creep and gelifluction) and one was a dominant vertical movement.
  • Between 1982-1990, on the slopes of Tarfala valley above timberline, at an altitude 1140-1220 m a.s.l., soil movement was measured by means of wooden pegs (columns) inserted in the soil. Three types of soil movement were distinguished : two were
  • Coastal environment ; Earth surface processes ; Eustatism ; Marine terrace ; Model ; Sea level ; Tectonics ; Vertical movement
  • Eustatisme ; Géomorphodynamique ; Littoral ; Modèle ; Mouvement vertical ; Niveau marin ; Tectonique ; Terrasse marine
  • of eustatic changes with vertical tectonic movements of various rates and styles.
  • Vertical movements of boulders in a subnival boulder pavement at 2 800 m. a.s.l. in the alps (France)
  • Alps (The) ; Cold area ; France ; Ice ; Mountain ; Nivation ; Periglacial features ; Permafrost ; Snow ; Soil temperature ; Vertical movement
  • Alpes ; Bloc ; France ; Glace ; Montagne ; Mouvement vertical ; Neige ; Nivation ; Pergélisol ; Périglaciaire ; Température du sol ; Zone froide
  • Alluvial cone ; Deforestation ; Fault ; Himalaya ; India ; Land use ; Mass movement ; Quaternary ; Slope ; Soil erosion ; Tectonics ; Vertical movement
  • Cône de déjection ; Déboisement ; Erosion des sols ; Faille ; Himalaya ; Inde ; Mouvement de masse ; Mouvement vertical ; Quaternaire ; Tectonique ; Utilisation du sol ; Versant
  • changed to prevailing aggradation, even in steep valley reaches, caused by intensive slope mass movements and the overloading of the mountain creeks. Aggradation progresses upstream along the rivers dissecting the mountain front.
  • Analysis of fault block movement by the 1995 Kobe earthquake
  • Earthquake ; Fault ; Honshu ; Japan ; Marine terrace ; Seismicity ; Strike-slip fault ; Tectonics ; Vertical movement
  • Décrochement ; Faille ; Honshū ; Japon ; Kobe ; Mouvement vertical ; Sismicité ; Séisme ; Tectonique ; Terrasse marine
  • The relationship between pluvial fan and terrace morphology and differential tectonic movement along the North Qinling fault zone, Shaanxi Province, China
  • Alluvial cone ; China ; Fault ; Fluvial terrace ; Neotectonics ; Palaeogeography ; Piedmont ; Quaternary ; Shaanxi ; Structural geomorphology ; Vertical movement
  • Chine ; Cône de déjection ; Faille ; Géomorphologie structurale ; Mouvement vertical ; Néotectonique ; Paléogéographie ; Piedmont ; Quaternaire ; Shaanxi ; Terrasse fluviatile
  • of pluvial fans along the fault zone show that the activities are quite different in different segments of the fault. The characteristics of the vertical fault movement agree well with the results obtained from the analysis of the river terraces : the Qinling
  • Dating ; England ; Experimentation ; Humid environment ; Peat bog ; Rainfall simulation ; Tephrochronology ; United Kingdom ; Vertical movement
  • Datation ; England ; Expérimentation ; Milieu humide ; Mouvement vertical ; Royaume-Uni ; Simulation de pluie ; Tourbière ; Téphrochronologie
  • Datación ; Experimentación ; Medio húmedo ; Movimiento vertical ; Simulacíon de lluvia ; Tefrocronología ; Turbera
  • This study takes an experimental approach to investigate the processes of tephra taphonomy. Tephra was applied to peats and movement monitored over periods of up to 6 years. Experiments combined field studies on six British peatlands with rainfall
  • simulation experiments in the laboratory. The extent of tephra movement most likely depends on the density and porosity of the surface peat; there is no simple relationship with wetness. There is some indication that the extent of tephra movement depends
  • Bavaria ; Cenozoic ; Cuesta ; Drainage network ; Fault ; Geomorphogenesis ; Germany ; Mesozoic ; Neotectonics ; Vertical movement
  • Allemagne ; Bayern ; Cuesta ; Cénozoïque ; Faille ; Géomorphogenèse ; Mouvement vertical ; Mésozoïque ; Néotectonique ; Réseau de drainage
  • Cenozoíco ; Cuesta ; Falla ; Geomorfogénesis ; Mesozoíco ; Movimiento vertical ; Neotectónica ; Red de drenaje
  • Alb. The integration of interdisciplinary data on different scales allows a picture of the present cuesta structures and of the long-term evolution of 5 morphotectonically different subareas. In these areas, temporal and spatial independent vertical
  • crustal movement dominantly influenced the initiation, structural and sculptural shaping, and the geomorphology of cuesta landscape. Furthermore, changes in the base level of erosion and the evolution of the drainage systems belong to the most affecting
  • Aegean Sea ; Archeological site ; Coastal environment ; Coastal erosion ; Greece ; Holocene ; Notch ; Sea level ; Seismicity ; Tsunami ; Vertical movement
  • Egée mer ; Encoche ; Erosion littorale ; Grèce ; Grèce centrale ; Holocène ; Littoral ; Mouvement vertical ; Niveau marin ; Sismicité ; Site archéologique ; Tsunami
  • Erosión litoral ; Grecia ; Holoceno ; Litoral ; Mar Egeo ; Movimiento vertical ; Nivel del mar ; Sismicidad ; Sitio arqueológico ; Tsunami
  • The aim of this paper is to use notches as sea level indicators to identify former shoreline positions in the area of Theologos and to show that their presence and development is associated with vertical movements of possible coseismic origin. First