Land Reclamation

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Application of permeable reactive barriers near roads for chloride ions removal

Annals of Warsaw University of Life Sciences – SGGW
Land Reclamation No 42 (2), 2010: 249–259
(Ann. Warsaw Univ. of Life Sci. – SGGW, Land Reclam. 42 (2), 2010)

Application of permeable reactive barriers near roads for chloride ions removal

JOANNA FRONCZYK, KATARZYNA PAWLUK, MARTA MICHNIAK
Department of Geotechnical Engineering, Warsaw University of Life Sciences – SGGW

The effect of plant cover on the mechanical composition of eroded soil

Annals of Warsaw University of Life Sciences – SGGW
Land Reclamation No 42 (2), 2010: 241–247
(Ann. Warsaw Univ. of Life Sci. – SGGW, Land Reclam. 42 (2), 2010)

Modelling of the effects of land use changes on flood hydrograph in a small catchment of the Płaskowicka, southern part of Warsaw, Poland

Annals of Warsaw University of Life Sciences – SGGW
Land Reclamation No 42 (2), 2010: 229–240
(Ann. Warsaw Univ. of Life Sci. – SGGW, Land Reclam. 42 (2), 2010)

2010 Land Reclamation 42 (2)

Annals of Warsaw University of Life Sciences – SGGW
Land Reclamation 42 (2)
Warsaw 2010

  • Owner: Warsaw University of Life Sciences
  • Publisher: Warsaw University of Life Sciences Press
  • ISSN: 1898-8857
  • eISSN: 2081-9617

A stress history and strain dependent stiffness of overconsolidated cohesive soil

Annals of Warsaw University of Life Sciences – SGGW
Land Reclamation No 43 (2), 2011: 207–216
(Ann. Warsaw Univ. of Life Sci. – SGGW, Land Reclam. 43 (2), 2011)

A stress history and strain dependent stiffness of overconsolidated cohesive soil

MIROSŁAW J. LIPIŃSKI, MAŁGORZATA K. WDOWSKA
Faculty of Civil and Environmental Engineering, Warsaw University of Life Sciences – SGGW

Turbulent kinetic energy of water in a compound channel

Annals of Warsaw University of Life Sciences – SGGW
Land Reclamation No 43 (2), 2011: 193–205
(Ann. Warsaw Univ. of Life Sci. – SGGW, Land Reclam. 43 (2), 2011)

Turbulent kinetic energy of water in a compound channel

ADAM PAWEŁ KOZIOŁ
Department of Hydraulic Engineering, Warsaw University of Life Sciences – SGGW

Assessment of permeability and pore water pressure in Warsaw clays based on in situ measurements

Annals of Warsaw University of Life Sciences – SGGW
Land Reclamation No 43 (2), 2011: 185–192
(Ann. Warsaw Univ. of Life Sci. – SGGW, Land Reclam. 43 (2), 2011)

Assessment of permeability and pore water pressure in Warsaw clays based on in situ measurements

ZDZISŁAW SKUTNIK
Department of Geotechnical Engineering, Warsaw University of Life Sciences – SGGW

Analysis of the connections between hydromorphological conditions and biocenotic diversity on the example of the Zwoleńka River

Annals of Warsaw University of Life Sciences – SGGW
Land Reclamation No 43 (2), 2011: 173–184
(Ann. Warsaw Univ. of Life Sci. – SGGW, Land Reclam. 43 (2), 2011)

Analysis of the connections between hydromorphological conditions and biocenotic diversity on the example of the Zwoleńka River

KAROLINA SAWA, ZBIGNIEW POPEK
Department of Hydraulic Engineering, Warsaw University of Life Sciences – SGGW

Technical and functional aspects of enforcement of natural fertilizer warehouses in respect of environmental protection

Annals of Warsaw University of Life Sciences – SGGW
Land Reclamation No 43 (2), 2011: 165–172
(Ann. Warsaw Univ. of Life Sci. – SGGW, Land Reclam. 43 (2), 2011)

Technical and functional aspects of enforcement of natural fertilizer warehouses in respect of environmental protection

KRZYSZTOF WIŚNIEWSKI, AGATA PAWŁAT-ZAWRZYKRAJ
Department of Civil Engineering, Warsaw Agricultural University – SGGW

Modelling equilibrium data for manganese(II) sorption onto manganese dioxide modified chalcedonite using the non-linear regression method

Annals of Warsaw University of Life Sciences – SGGW
Land Reclamation No 43 (2), 2011: 155–163
(Ann. Warsaw Univ. of Life Sci. – SGGW, Land Reclam. 43 (2), 2011)

Modelling equilibrium data for manganese(II) sorption onto manganese dioxide modified chalcedonite using the non-linear regression method

MAGDALENA M. MICHEL, LIDIA KIEDRYŃSKA
Department of Civil Engineering, Warsaw University of Life Sciences – SGGW

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