Nanorelief

Nanorelief

 

(dwarf Relief), relief forms up to several dozen cm in height that are created by suffosion-karst, thermokarst, cryogenic, erosion, eolian, and soil-forming processes. Nanorelief also results from the activities of man and animals, including livestock and rodents.

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Micro- or nanorelief is produced during recording of rainbow hologram, so it is important to assess the possible factors which may influence stability of the holographic system.
In addition to the microrelief, some authorities on the tundra distinguish forms that can be classified as nanorelief, mainly as a consequence of the processes of freezing and melting occurring on the surface soil horizon.
modifying the micro- and nanorelief of the earth's surface, to reduce surface runoff slopes to manageable levels by means of terracing, small detention and retention ponds, plowing on the contour, tree basins, land imprinting (Anderson 1987), and other similar measures.