The position of a site along the scree slope
was designated as the main factor influencing species distribution by Brabec (1973) in his pioneer study.
In fact, the scree slope
analysis, if performed on rotated factors, is definitely invalid.
He did not go far, however, before piling up on the scree slope
INTREPID: Hermione Cockburn clings to precariously to a scree slope
during filming for a television series in Colorado; GREEN FOR GO: Hermione Cockburn takes to the water, above, and the Dynamic Earth polar exhibition in Edinburgh; HECTIC: Hermione is being kept busy; NEW SERIES: Alan Titchmarsh will be Hermione's co-star
I still differ with some of Lawrence's (1995b) contentions concerning his scree slope
Then it's time for Stephen's final challenge, the biggest yet: to abseil down the Burgstall, a terrifying descent down a sheer 500ft cliff face, followed by a scramble through a two mile scree slope
The sheep was on a scree slope
with a ridiculously high cliff above.
Economist Dr Gordon Adams, 62, from Edinburgh, plunged to his death while on holiday with the Canadian Alpine Club when he fell down a steep scree slope
We are thus left with the use of a scree slope
analysis which involves plotting a visually judged line of best fit through the smallest eigenvalues, and taking only those that come above the line.
He slipped on some damp or unstable ground and fell 80 feet to the bottom of a cliff before sliding more than 150 feet down a grass and scree slope
From the foot of a scree slope
comes the burble of a pheasant.
Two days earlier he told a friend who had called him on his mobile phone that he was descending a scree slope
and had lost the path in poor visi b i