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Geomorphological indicators for environmental impact assessment: consumable and non-consumable geomorphological resources
Rivas V.; Rix K.; Frances E.; Cendrero A.; Brunsden D.
Patterns of rock fragment cover generated by tillage erosion
Poesen J.; van Wesemael B.; Govers G.; Martinez-Fernandez J.; Desmet P.; Vandaele K.; Quine T.; Degraer G.
Aligned buoyant highs, across-trench deformation, clustered volcanoes, and deep earthquakes are not aligned with plate-tectonic theory
The Darwin Rise demise: the western Pacific guyot heights trace the trans-Pacific Mendocino fracture zone
Smoot N.C.; King R.E.
Vegetation and channel variation; a case study of four small streams in southeastern Australia
Huang H.Q.; Nanson G.C.
Non-synchronous response of adjacent floodplain systems to Holocene environmental change
Taylor M.P.; Lewin J.
Spatial patterns of historical overbank sedimentation and floodplain evolution, Blue River, Wisconsin
Influences of channelization on discharge of suspended sediment and wetland vegetation in Kushiro Marsh, northern Japan
Nakamura F.; Sudo T.; Kameyama S.; Jitsu M.
Geomorphic responses of lower Bega River to catchment disturbance, 1851-1926
Brooks A.P.; Brierley G.J.
The Goodlett-Denny mound: a glimpse at 45 years of Pennsylvania treethrow mound evolution with implications for mass wasting
The provenance of beach sediments on Rhodes, southeastern Greece, indicated by sediment texture, composition and roundness
Wind tunnel evaluation of a wedge-shaped aeolian sediment trap
Nickling W.G.; Neuman C.M.
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