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Advances in Geomorphometry - Proceedings of the Walter F. Wood Memorial Symposium

3. International Conf. on Geomorphology, McMaster University, Hamilton/Ontario, Canada, August 23-28, 1993. IAG - Collection of Conference Research Papers, No. C5

Ed.: Richard J. Pike; Richard Dikau; (Edited on behalf of the International Association of; Geomorphologists [IAG] by)

1995. 238 pages, 85 figures, 46 tables, 17x24cm, 610 g
Language: English

(Zeitschrift für Geomorphologie, Supplementbände, Volume 101)

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Preface V
Introduction 1- 3
PIKE, J. R.: WALTER F. WOOD and his science of quantitative terrain
analysis (with 1 figure) 5-11
WEIBEL, R. & M. BRÄNDLI: Adaptive methods for the refinement of
digital terrain models for geomorphometric applications (with 9
figures) 13-30
GUTH, P.L.: Slope and aspect calculations on "ridded digital elevation
models: Examples from a geomorphometric toolbox for personal computers
(with 7 figures and 13 tables) 31-52

NOGAMI, M.: Geomorphometric measures for digital elevation models
(with 4 figures and 1 table) 53-67
CHOROWICZ, J., J.-F. PARROT, H. TAUD, M. HAKDAOU1, J. P. RUDANT &
T. Routs: Automated pattern-recognition of geomorphic features from
DEMs and satellite images (with 11 figures) 69-84
ARGIALAS, D. P.: Towards structured-knowledge models for landferm
representation (with 7 figures and 10 tables) 85-108
DIKAU, R., E.E. BRABB, R.K. MARK & R.J. PIKE: Morphometric landferm
analysis of New Mexico (with 5 figures and 5 tables) 109-126
EVANS, I. S. & C. MCCLEAN: The land surface is not unifractal:
variograms, cirque scale and allometry (with 5 figures and 4 tables) 127-147
OHMORI, H. & T. SUGAI: Toward geomorphometric models for estimating
landslide dynamics and forecasting landslide occurrence in Japanese
mountains (with 10 figures and 1 table) 149-164
McDERMID, G.J. & S.E. FRANKLIN: Remote sensing and geomorphometric
discrimination of slope processes (with 6 figures and 8 tables) 165-185
BAND, L. E., R. VERTESSY & R. LAMMERS: The effect of different
tqerrain representations and resolution on simulated watershed
processes (with 7 figures and 1 table) 187-199
RICHARDS, K., N. ARNOLD, S. LANE, S. CHANDRA, A. EL-HAMEs,
N. MATTIKALLI & J. CHANDLER: Numerical landscapes: static, kinematic
and dynamic process-form relations (with 10 figures and 1 table) 201-220
PIKE, R.J.: Geomorphometry - process, practice, and prospect (with 3
figures and 2 tables) 221-238