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soils

Sunday, December 25th, 2011

Eurasian Soils Froze Less Deeply in Winter 1960s – 1990s

Seasonally frozen ground across the former Soviet Republic extended 31.9 cm shallower in winter of 2000 than in the 1930s. That’s according to a comprehensive assessment of soil thermal conditions in the Eurasian high latitudes, which also found that the...

Friday, March 11th, 2011

Weathering Intensity Map of the Australian Continent

A recent study by Geoscience Australia scientists has integrated and modelled geoscientific datasets to generate a weathering intensity index for the Australian continent. Weathering intensity is a fundamental characteristic of the regolith, the often discontinuous and highly...

Thursday, January 20th, 2011

Taiwan Deploys Sensors for Debris Flow Monitoring

Given steep terrain, frequent seismic activity, and torrential rains from typhoons, Taiwan is susceptible to large-scale and devastating debris flows and landslides. To address this considerable problem, and particularly the issue of loss of life and property,...

Saturday, December 4th, 2010

Call to Extend Study on Buffer Zones

“We have come up with a better guideline on buffer zone based on soil and vegetation of the area. We are making use of other parameters to come up with a new formula to set aside buffer...