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  • Archives bio-sédimentaires et enregistrements paléo-environnementaux des sites capsiens des bordures du fossé de Foussana (Tunisie centrale)
  • Archive environnementale ; Archéologie ; Foussana ; Géomorphologie ; Holocène inférieur ; Malacofaune ; Paléo-environnement ; Paléo-écologie ; Paléoclimat ; Paléontologie ; Quaternaire ; Tunisie ; Tunisie centrale
  • Archaeology ; Central Tunisia ; Early Holocene ; Environmental archive ; Geomorphology ; Palaeo-ecology ; Palaeo-environment ; Palaeoclimate ; Palaeontology ; Quaternary ; Tunisia ; malacofauna
  • Présentation des résultats d'une étude pluridisciplinaire qui a permis de décrypter les archives sédimentologiques et paléoécologiques et de caractériser les environnements de l’Holocène inférieur en Tunisie centrale. Ils indiquent un remplissage
  • 2014
  • Appréhender le patrimoine géomorphologique. Approche géohistorique de la patrimonialité des reliefs par les documents d'archives. L'exemple du Parc National de Killarney (Kerry, Irlande)
  • Archive ; Culturel ; Esthétique du paysage ; Géohistoire ; Géomorphologie culturelle ; Irlande ; Kerry ; Killarney ; Parc national ; Patrimoine géomorphologique ; Paysage ; Siècle 19
  • Après une présentation du Parc National de Killarney, des documents d'archive (littérature écrite et documents iconographiques) sont décryptés de façon diachronique. Cette analyse permet de saisir la patrimonialité des reliefs sur le long XIX e
  • 2014
  • Antilles ; Archive sédimentaire ; Bonaire ; Datation C 14 ; Holocène ; Modèle ; Niveau marin ; Néotectonique ; Stratigraphie ; Tourbe
  • C 14 dating ; Holocene ; Model ; Neotectonics ; Peat ; Sea level ; Sedimentary archive ; Stratigraphy ; West Indies
  • The AA. present a relative sea-level (RSL) curve for the island of Bonaire (S Caribbean). They used 42 C ages from 20 sediment cores taken from 9 different sedimentary archives along the coast. The sedimentary environment of each index point
  • 2014
  • of palaeotsunamis archived on Phra Thong Island (four events within the last 3,000 years) and at Ban Bang Sak (up to three events within the period 1,200–2,000 cal BP and another event at 500–700 cal BP) can be explained by the time windows provided by the evolution
  • of favourable environments. At Pakarang Cape, instead, only one prehistoric tsunami at 1,000–1,200 cal BP is archived, although a back-reef lagoon, which proved to be a suitable environment for preservation, was persistent for several millennia.
  • 2014
  • Archive ; Art ; COOK (J.) ; Exploration ; Histoire de la géographie ; Iconographie ; Image visuelle ; Représentation graphique ; Récit de voyage ; Siècle 18 ; Siècle 19 ; Source documentaire ; Voyage
  • d'autres documents visuels importants et des archives, que certains des articles abordent. Ils sont postérieurs à Cook et se concentrent sur la période des années 1770 aux années 1840. Ils offrent une variété de stratégies d'interprétation et examinent des
  • 2014
  • Red Mediterranean Soils in Jordan : New insights in their origin, genesis, and role as environmental archives
  • 2014
  • Bartholomew Archive ; E. R. Wethey. ; England ; Geographical Association ; George Phillip ; History of cartography ; John George Bartholomew ; Karl Reginald Cramp ; Nineteenth Century ; Royal Geographical Society ; School atlas ; School atlases
  • ce qu’ils révèlent, à la fois par leur contenu et leur processus de fabrication, sur ceux qui produisaient et utilisaient de tels livres de cartes. Les archives Bartholomew à Édimbourg se sont avérées une source exceptionnelle d’informations
  • is revealed, both in their pages and in the processes behind their compilation, about the people who were producing and using such map books. The Bartholomew Archive, in Edinburgh, has proved to be an exceptionally rich source of hitherto unexamined data
  • 2014
  • By analyzing original archival research of a specific address, along with personal narratives of Palestinian and Jewish inhabitants of this address, the paper aims to understand politics of nations through the microgeographies of home. Thus
  • 2014
  • To answer the question whether flooding in South Asia is getting worse and more frequent, all available data were considered: the annual peak discharge data for major rivers, post-1985 information on floods from the global archive of large floods
  • 2014
  • national discourse and legislation. These efforts spatially fix tunnels to the border in ways that obscure fuller a understanding of drug trafficking in general. This paper employs archival research, content analysis, and informal interviews with security
  • 2014
  • a methodology of ‘tracking’ through which archival material, elephant ecology, and voices of the marginalised can be integrated and mapped. It concludes by discussing the implications of this work for fostering new conversations between more-than-human geography
  • 2014
  • . A discussion of ruins, archives and fieldwork runs parallel with, but always subsidiary to, the main narrative.
  • 2014
  • This paper analyses the spatio-temporal work conducted in and through the Coroner's Inquest in London, with a specific focus on its preventability evidence. This case provides a rich archive in which the potentialities for intervention
  • 2014
  • archive is used to investigate transformations in the Atlantic coast of two Scottish islands over the period 1989–2011. Supervised classification of spectrally normalized images followed by change detection and spatial analysis reveals the patterns
  • ). Information derived from satellite data supports the characterization of geomorphologically dynamic coasts at regional scales. With a rich and open access archive of imagery, a commitment to continuity, and compatibility with the Earth observation missions
  • 2014
  • Buried palaeosols of NW Sardinia (Italy) as archives of the Late Quaternary climatic fluctuations
  • 2014
  • évidence les défis environnementaux causés par les politiques antérieures d'amélioration des terres, qui ont inquiété le succès de cette stratégie de diversification économique. Ensuite, des études de cas d'archives sont menées pour montrer la
  • on salmon fishing. Second, the estate papers are employed to highlight the environmental challenges caused by earlier land improvement policies, which threatened the success of this economic diversification strategy. Third, archival case studies are used
  • 2014
  • Cultural landscape ; Daily life ; Domestic space ; Garden ; Great Britain ; Landscape ; Mass-Observation Archive ; United Kingdom ; gardens ; narrative ; ordinary landscapes ; privacy
  • -Observation Archive (MO) to explore ideas of landscape, privacy and attachment that emerge from daily practices and routines in these ordinary domestic spaces. We argue for the domestic garden as a vernacular or ordinary landscape that displays tensions
  • 2014
  • The AA. examine on-site and off-site archives in the Jeetzel valley at the Late Palaeolithic site Grabow 15 (N-Germany). The spatial analysis of the charcoal distribution and biomarkers (black carbon) in an on-site test area enabled a detailed
  • occurrence of charcoal particles in two palaeochannels that provided archives for palynological and sedimentological analysis for the time span from the Allerød to the early Holocene. Based on the reconstructed local vegetation patterns, human occupation
  • 2014
  • This study is an attempt to use closely related inter-complementary paleo-archives of a local landscape to access understanding of Late Pleistocene–Holocene environmental changes in the region. The study site is a small intermountain basin
  • in the Sayan-Tuva Upland. Paleo-archives covering about 13 000 yrs were studied : paleosol-sedimentary sequences on a delta-alluvial fan of a small river, lacustrine sediments in bottom cores and on palsa-islands and soils of palsa-islands. Continental
  • 2014
  • Les archives d’Imago Mundi, conservées au cabinet des cartes de la British Library à Londres, renferment la correspondance entre Leo Bagrow, l’éditeur fondateur d’Imago Mundi, et le géographe et historien italien de la cartographie Roberto Almagià
  • 2014