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Photoanalysis of the main relief forms in geological materials and soils of Spain and their relationship to trafficability conditions

AuthorsAlbareda y Herrera, José María; Monturiol, Francisco; Badorrey Peracho, T.; Guerra Delgado, A.; Monserrat, P.
Issue DateMay-1966
AbstractTen homogeneous areas typical of different geological soil materlals of Iha peninsula (Spain) were selected for study. All soil characteristics were studied "In situ", io set up a basis for correlating these data with the photolnlerpretatlons from the avallable aerial photographs. The aerlal photographs were taken In 1956 and the scale was approximate! y 1: 30.000. The physlographlc characteristics of each area are summarized and the geological, botanical and pedologlcai characteristics are discussed. A study of the photo-elements of the aerial photographs and the terrain elements such as drainage, topography, erosion, etc, was made and correlated with the tralflcabfllty conditions of each area. These studies have led to certain conclusions that can be applied directly In some cases. However, they cannot be applied universally. It is felp that the eflects of the climatic environment on the material must be studied to develop definitive relationships. The work Is illustrated with graphs of climate, geomorphology, sle. reoscoplc aerial photographs and photographic views of the selected test areas. A summary key Is included which provides a summary of lhe proper lies of the test areas.
DescriptionFinal Technical Report.
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