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  • The trajectory of geomorphology
  • Special Issue : The future of geomorphology
  • Applied geomorphology ; Dating ; Earth surface processes ; Epistemology ; Geomorphology ; Geosystem ; History of sciences ; Human impact ; Nineteenth Century ; Remote sensing ; Twentieth Century
  • . The period also saw the emergence of an applied geomorphology. Toward the end of the twentieth century the subject was transformed by improved technologies for remote sensing and surveying of Earth’s surface, the advent of personal computation and of large
  • Modern geomorphology was founded in the nineteenth century as an exercise of historical interpretation of landscapes. After the mid-twentieth century it dominantly became a quest to understand the processes by which landscapes are modified
  • -scale computation, and important developments of absolute dating techniques. These technical innovations in turn promoted recognition of geomorphology as a ‘system science’ and facilitated the reintegration of tectonics into geomorphology. Finally
  • 2010
  • Applied ecology ; Geomorphology ; Györ-Sopron ; Hungary ; Hydraulic works ; Stream
  • The aim of the paper is to describe the geomorphologic situation in the environment of the red sludge reservoirs at Ajka and to make a proposal for the regulation of the hydrographical system over the surrounding territories. - (AM)
  • 2010
  • Hydrological and geomorphological significance of rock glaciers in the dry Andes, Chile (27°-33°S)
  • The latitudinal-altitudinal distribution of rock glaciers in the dry Chilean Andes between 27° and 33°S was analysed and their hydrological and geomorphological significance evaluated. Statistical estimation techniques were used based on digital
  • elevation models and air photo interpretation, and sediment budget models were applied to assess surface-lowering rates. Results and discussion about rock glacier distribution limits, hydrological significance, estimation uncertainties in glacier and rock
  • glacier volumes, and geomorphological significance.
  • 2010
  • A tale of two planets : geomorphology applied to Mars'surface, fluvio-deltaic processes and landforms
  • 2010
  • Pure and applied karst geomorphology
  • In this work, a multidisciplinary survey is presented, applied to characterize and analyse karst hazards in Alcalá de Ebro (25 km upstream and to the West of Zaragoza) after a sudden collapse in the main street of the village in 2007. The map
  • of damaged structures, GPR surveys, borehole data and microgravimetry survey demonstrated to be a good methodology to be applied in urban settings with karst hazards. The results obtained show that the increase in the activity of karstic processes may have
  • 2010
  • Pure and applied karst geomorphology
  • of analyses were used : the historical analysis, the hydrological analysis and the geomorphological analysis. The hydro-geomorphological analyses showed the peculiarities of the 2005 flood event. The maximum rainfall return period for the 2005 event was due
  • 2010
  • Optically stimulated luminescence dating : procedures and applications to geomorphological research in France
  • Alluvium ; Dating ; Eastern France ; Fluvial terrace ; France ; Geomorphology ; Holocene ; Moselle ; Optically stimulated luminescence ; Pleistocene ; Research
  • 2010
  • [b3] Leibniz Inst. for Applied Geophysics, Section Geochronology and Isotope Hydrology, Hannover, Allemagne
  • Applied geomorphology ; Basilicata ; Clay ; Geochemistry ; Geotechnics ; Italy ; Landslide ; Mineralogy ; Pleistocene ; Pliocene
  • 2010
  • Applied hydrology ; Bar ; Classification ; Fluvial geomorphology ; Fluvial hydrology ; River bed ; Stream ; Taxonomy ; Waterway
  • 2010
  • Pure and applied karst geomorphology
  • Sinkholes occur throughout the Campania territory both in soils and in rocks. Sinkholes in strongly karstified carbonate massifs are described by means of geological and geomorphological analyses. The interpretation of air photographs
  • 2010
  • [b3] Dep. of Hydraulic, Geotechnical and Environmental Engineering, Applied Geology Div., Univ. Federico II, Naples, Italie
  • Pure and applied karst geomorphology
  • A geophysical study has been carried out in the Dead Sea (DS) coastal area of Israel and Jordan with the goal of better understanding the development of sinkholes in the area. The following surface geophysical methods have been applied: (1) Seismic
  • 2010
  • [b4] Al-balqa Applied Univ., Eng. Fac., Salt, Jordanie
  • Pure and applied karst geomorphology
  • Inactive stalagmites from the Silberen cave system and its surroundings (Muota Valley, Central Switzerland) have been dated by the 230Th/U method (alpha spectrometry and TIMS). The following complementary dating methods were applied : 234U/238U
  • 2010
  • Pure and applied karst geomorphology
  • The aim of this paper is to describe the different role of karst features in vulnerability mapping and the need to use specific methods in karst aquifers. Three methods of vulnerability mapping were applied to the Alta Cadena pilot site: two generic
  • 2010
  • Pure and applied karst geomorphology
  • damage. Results of the hydrogeological surveys and the speleological and geomorphological fiedwork. Discussion about this hypogene karst, completely invisible at the surface, making up extremely dangerous situations.
  • 2010
  • Applied geomorphology ; Australia ; Climatic change ; Coastal environment ; Coastal geomorphology ; Delta ; Digital elevation model ; Navigation ; Sediment budget ; Tide ; Victoria
  • 2010
  • Pure and applied karst geomorphology
  • This paper presents a geomorphological analysis of some very peculiar microforms, named salt rims and blisters, found in a flat area of the Cordillera de la Sal with the aim of understanding the mechanisms involved in their formation and evolution
  • 2010
  • Geomorphology and geoarchaeology : cross-contribution. Geoarcheological session
  • as to the existence of geomorphological and biological sea-level markers. The actual depths of the different parts of the submerged quay have been mapped and measured with respect to the present mean sea-level, applying corrections for tide and atmospheric pressure
  • 2010
  • The area under study is located at Maloca do Flechal, in the Uiramutã County, northeastern Roraima. Soil samples were collected along an east-west soil catena following the outcrops of the main mafic body, observing geomorphological aspects, as well
  • as native land use and applied management, selecting areas with natural pasture and subsistence agriculture (slash-and-burn) for more than 20 years by local Indians. The samples were submitted to physical and chemical analysis. Results and discussion about
  • 2010