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GEOMORPHOLOGICAL STUDIES MINING AREA IN PORTUGAL: GEOMORPHOLOGICAL CARTOGRAPHIC FOR IMPACT ANALYSIS ON RELIEF
(Uniao Geomorfologia Brasileira, 2016-01-01)
The detailed geomorphological mapping provides information that allows one to make an detailed analysis of the elements which form the relief. These elements can be natural or derived from the anthropic action. The objective ...
Dynamic geomorphology of the coast of La Araucania
(PONTIFICA UNIV CATOLICA CHILE. INST GEOGRAFIA, 2014)
Dynamic geomorphology of the coast of La AraucaniaMorfología y dinámica dunaria en el borde costero de la Región de La Araucanía en Chile. Antecedentes para la conservación y gestión territorial
(PONTIFICA UNIV CATOLICA CHILE, INST GEOGRAFIA, 2014)
The igapó of the Negro River in central Amazonia: Linking late-successional inundation forest with fluvial geomorphology
Despite important progress on Amazonian floodplain research, the flooded forest of the Negro River igapó has been little investigated. In particular, no study has previously focused the linkage between fluvial geomorphology ...
Cartografia geomorfológica como subsídio para a análise das interferências do uso da terra no desencadeamento dos processos erosivos: Um estudo em área canavieira
This study aimed at analyzing the geomorphologic dynamics and its relationship to human interference and ownership of relief, towards a systemic approach, through the interpretation, in an integrated manner, of cartographic ...
ANTHROPOGEOMORPHOLOGY - MAN AS A GEOMORPHOLOGIC AGENT: THEORETICAL BASIS AND ANALYSIS OF CHRYSOTILE EXTRACTION IN MINACU, STATE OF GOIAS, BRAZIL
(Univ Federal Goias, Dept Geografia, 2015-01-01)
The present work show a spatial and temporal analysis from the chrysotile asbestos and the relation with a development of anthropogenic forms in the city of Minacu, State of Goias. The analyses were done from the correlation ...
Alterações hidrogeomorfológicas devido à dinâmica de uso da terra na Bacia Hidrográfica do Ribeirão Santa Gertrudes (SP)
Agricultural and mining activities are directly related to changes in natural landscapes. From the perspective of anthropogenic geomorphology supported by general systems theory, this research has developed, in order to ...