PATTERNED GROUND

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Patterned Ground

Author : Stephan Harrison
ISBN : 1861891814
Genre : Education
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Elizabeth A. Kaye specializes in communications as part of her coaching and consulting practice. She has edited Requirements for Certification since the 2000-01 edition.
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Contemporary Sorted Patterned Ground In Low Altitude Areas Of Tasmania

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ISBN : OCLC:1051921283
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Abstract This paper summarises the distribution of patterned ground phenomena in Tasmania. It presents observations of low altitude sorted stone circles forming on glacial and alluvial deposits in the vicinity of Queenstown, Western Tasmania. Evidence suggests that freeze‐thaw derived patterned ground could develop in most inland valleys in Tasmania where cold air drainage causes sub‐zero ground temperatures in winter and permits the formation of ground and segregation ice to low elevations. Field observations suggest that patterned ground can only develop where freeze‐thaw processes are not inhibited by vegetation. The occurrence of patterned ground below altitudes of 900 m asl in Tasmania is largely a result of anthropogenic disturbance.
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Novel Technologies For Microwave And Millimeter Wave Applications

Author : Jean-Fu Kiang
ISBN : 9781475741568
Genre : Technology & Engineering
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Novel Technologies for Microwave and Millimeter-Wave Applications provides an overview of current research status in selected field, to facilitate a learning process from concepts to practices, from component design to system architecture, and from small scale to large scale. Each chapter focuses on a topic and is organized to be self-sufficient. Contents in each chapter include concise description of relevant background information, major issues, current trend and future challenges. Useful references are also listed for further reading. Novel Technologies for Microwave and Millimeter-Wave Applications is suitable as a textbook for senior or graduate courses in microwave engineering.
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Field And Laboratory Studies Of Patterned Ground In A Colorado Alpine Region

Author : James B. Benedict
ISBN : OCLC:246162867
Genre : Alpine regions
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Studies of geomorphological features (sorted nets, sorted stripes, earth hummocks and frost boils) carried out during the 1960s on Niwot Ridge and in the Boulder City watershed, Colorado Front Range, United States.
Category: Alpine regions