STUDIES OF OFF-ROAD VEHICLES IN THE RIVERINE ENVIRONMENT. VOLUME 3. ASSOCIATED ENVIRONMENTAL FACTORS
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The report is a highly generalized overview of problems bearing upon the relationship of the riverine environment to vehicle stream crossings in unmapped or poorly mapped areas. Extractions from published works are used to emphasize the need for reliable methods of predicting the nature of inland waters and neighboring terrain, from available climatic and geological data, and the need for continuing and validating the theoretical study of vehicle performance in stream crossing and bank negotiation. It is made clear that a coordination of all factors into a comprehensive systems analysis would require a major effort, before the kind of evaluation method envisioned as the long-term goal of the current study can be achieved.
- Hydrology, Limnology and Potamology
- Surface Effect Vehicles and Amphibious Vehicles
- Military Operations, Strategy and Tactics