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*  Physical geography
... these sub-fields are united by the core processes which cause them; mainly tectonic or climatic processes. Geomorphology seeks ... The second important process is the theory of evolution by Darwin in mid-century (which decisively influenced the work of ... Glaciology also has a vast array of sub-fields examining the factors and processes involved in ice sheets and glaciers e.g. ... Physical geography is that branch of natural science which deals with the study of processes and patterns in the natural ...
*  Gullies on Mars
So, although today there is little liquid water, present geological/climatic processes could still form gullies. Large amounts ... Gullies on Earth formed by this process resemble Martian gullies. The great changes in the tilt of Mars explain both the strong ... 2001). "Debris Flows on Mars: Analogy with Terrestrial Periglacial Environment and Climatic Implications" (PDF). Lunar and ... many researchers think that the processes carving the gullies involve liquid water. However, this remains a topic of active ...
*  Gotse Delchev Municipality
The lowest parts in the valley of Mesta river are strongly influenced by the Mediterranean climatic processes. In the ... The textile and shoe industry, zippers producing, plastics processing, paper industry, wood industry and wood processing, ... There was a process of forced converting of the Muslim people in The Bulgarian part of Macedonia to the Christianity, sponsored ... After the Second World War the process of conversion of the pomak people and eliminating the influence of the Islam in the ...
*  Climate change mitigation
The relationships between many climatic processes can cause large levels of uncertainty as they are not fully understood and ... The main natural process is photosynthesis by plants and single-celled organisms (see biosequestration). Artificial processes ... These processes are sometimes considered as variations of sinks or mitigation, and sometimes as geoengineering. In combination ... Institutional void is the lack of commonly accepted rules and norms for policy processes to take place, calling into question ...
*  Tectonic-climatic interaction
The tectonic processes in question include orogenesis, volcanism, and erosion, while relevant climatic processes include ... Tectonic-climatic interaction is the interrelationship between tectonic processes and the climate system. ... 2009). "Stable isotope and petrologic evidence for open-system degassing during the climatic and pre-climatic eruptions of Mt. ... The climatic response depends on the altitude of the dust cloud as well as the size and composition of the dust. Some volcanic ...
*  Marcus Maeder
In his research at the ICST, Maeder is working on data sonification of ecophysiological and climatic processes and studying the ...
*  Chemical oceanography
... and how they can be used as tracers of past and present oceanographic and climatic processes. For example, the incidence of 18O ... Of particular global and climatic significance are the cycles of the biologically active elements such as carbon, nitrogen, and ...
*  Megha-Tropiques
... is designed to understand tropical meteorological and climatic processes, by obtaining reliable statistics on ... The procedures of calibration and processing of the data in order to derive fluxes from the original radiances have been set up ...
*  General circulation model
... but it is not a sufficient condition unless the seasonal cycle and long-term changes involve similar climatic processes. ... They may be coupled to models of other processes, such as the carbon cycle, so as to better model feedbacks. Most recent ... HadGEM1 (and other ocean models) use an ocean grid with higher resolution in the tropics to help resolve processes believed to ... Some early versions of AOGCMs required an ad hoc process of "flux correction" to achieve a stable climate. This resulted from ...
*  Ciomadul
Karátson, Dávid; Thouret, Jean-Claude; Moriya, Ichio; Lomoschitz, Alejandro (1999). "Erosion calderas: origins, processes, ... structural and climatic control". Bulletin of Volcanology. 61 (3): 174-193. doi:10.1007/s004450050270. ISSN 0258-8900. Karátson ... "Amphibole perspective to unravel pre-eruptive processes and conditions in volcanic plumbing systems beneath intermediate arc ...
*  New Holland mouse
Many scientists have speculated on various climatic environmental processes in a given location and created detailed models to ... and to Identify the processes of habitat modification which threatens the species. This research found a couple of interesting ... the habitat of the mouse is the fact that modifications of the land that these creatures inhabit are being made in the process ...
*  Menippe nodifrons
"Speciation in western Atlantic stone crabs (genus Menippe): the role of geological processes and climatic events in the ...
*  Azonal
Climatic geomorphology French, Hugh M. (2007). "Azonal Processes and Landforms". The Periglacial Environment (3rd ed.). John ... In some climatic environments some azonal geomorphologic processes may take distinct characteristics. For example, river ... In geography azonal is an adjective that refers to processes or things that are not restricted to any climate zone. It can be ... used to describe soils, landforms, geomorphic processes or vegetation. ...
*  Canadian system of soil classification
Canadian soil scientists required a new method of soil classification that focused on pedogenic processes in cool climatic ... Resalinization may occur and reverse the process associated with leaching. These soils have an A horizon darkened by the ... developed by the action of soil-forming processes. Soil classification facilitates the organization and communication of ... are formed by subdividing order classes on the basis of soil properties that reflect differences in soil-forming processes (e.g ...
*  Rotbav Archaeological Site
The site was then abandoned-possibly due to climatic deterioration and erosion processes-and never settled again. Agricultural ... A new settlement layout develops as a consequence of climatic changes. Up to 12 m long semi-subterranean dwellings are now ...
*  Native plant
... such as soil conditions and processes) and climatic conditions. Native plants form a part of a cooperative environment, or ...
*  Lough Melvin
Ferox cannibalise brown trout (which returned to many of the same lakes when geological processes and climatic conditions ...
*  Soil in the United States
Thus the great diversity of geologic materials, geomorphic processes, climatic conditions, biotic assemblages and land surface ... weathering processes occur. If the particle contains potential plant nutrients in mineral form, such processes result in ... The Inceptisols have a weakly developed B horizon as a consequence of weathering and/or other processes. Andisols are found in ... older soils might contain a significant amount of clay formed by weathering processes during soil formation. Soils with a high ...
*  Dorodnitsyn Computing Centre
Computational Fluid Dynamics Mathematical Physics Mathematical modeling of Climatic Ecological Processes and other Nonlinear ... and Decision support systems Parallel Computing Artificial Intelligence Mathematical modeling of Economic Processes Software ...
*  Physiographic regions of the world
In the period following World War II, the emergence of process, climatic, and quantitative studies led to a preference by many ... In the stricter sense, physical geography is that part of geography which involves the processes of contemporary change in the ... "Branch of geology dealing with surface land features and the processes that create and change them". Partly due to this ...
*  Geomorphology
Climatic geomorphology was criticized in a 1969 review article by process geomorphologist D.R. Stoddart. The criticism by ... The way glacial processes interact with other landscape elements, particularly hillslope and fluvial processes, is an important ... Nonglacial geomorphic processes which nevertheless have been conditioned by past glaciation are termed paraglacial processes. ... Different geomorphological processes dominate at different spatial and temporal scales. Moreover, scales on which processes ...
*  Environment Agency
... catchment processes and climatic variability. More broadly, the report noted that sustainable flood risk management could only ... There are two "policy and process" directorates. One deals with Flood and Coastal Risk Management and the other with ... In local government planning processes, the Environment Agency is a statutory consultee on all planning matters from County ... "Sir James Bevan has been appointed chief executive of the Environment Agency following a competitive recruitment process". gov. ...
*  Academician Ridge
... a tool for understanding sedimentary processes and deciphering their climatic signal". International Journal of Earth Science. ... "Sedimentation processes and new age constraints on rifting stages in Lake Baikal: results of deep-water drilling". ... Academician Ridge also plays an important role in deep-water mixing processes and the circulation of bottom currents. Water ...
*  Ole Humlum
... The climatic significance of rock glaciers Permafrost and Periglacial Processes. October/December 1998. Ole Humlum ...
*  Glaciers on Mars
Antarctic dry valleys: Microclimate zonation, variable geomorphic processes, and implications for assessing climatic change on ... Mars: A proposed climatic scenario for northern mid-latitude glaciation. Lunar Planet. Sci. 38. Abstract 1778. Madeleine, J. et ... 2006). "Permafrost creep and rock glacier dynamics". Permafrost and Periglacial Processes. 17 (3): 189-214. doi:10.1002/ppp.561 ... and periglacial mantle processes". Icarus. 202 (2): 462-476. Bibcode:2009Icar..202..462L. doi:10.1016/j.icarus.2009.02.018. ...