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  • late Cenozoic landform development in East Africa: the role of near base level planation within the dynamic etchplanation concept
  • Afrique ; Afrique de l'Est ; Aplanissement ; Concept ; Cénozoïque ; Dynamique fluviale ; Géomorphogenèse ; Mouvement vertical ; Niveau de base ; Rift ; Tectonique
  • Africa ; Base level ; Cenozoic ; Concept ; Eastern Africa ; Fluvial dynamics ; Geomorphogenesis ; Planation ; Rift ; Tectonics ; Vertical movement
  • near base level. It is therefore proposed to elaborate the etchplanation concept with fluvial dynamics. Late Cenozoic planation events in East Africa were triggered by a major base level rise due to the combined effects of eustatic sea level rise
  • This paper presents a method for estimating long-term hillslope erosion rates in rugged mountains, based on landform classification and morphometry. Firstly, the average slope lowering rates in the basins since the Late Glacial are estimated based
  • The effect of the scale variations applied to the morphometry of the drainage networks is examined in a badland basin, located in the semi-arid Mediterranean area of south-eastern Spain. After a primary statistical analysis, based on the correlation
  • and adjustment of the composition and texture variables of the drainage network with the scale denominators that are used, the degree of suitability of each scale factor is established. The cartographic compilation is based on air photographic analysis
  • Based on the degree of development, soils of the western Gangetic Plains have been grouped into 5 members of a soil-chronoassociation and the role of tectonism and climatic changes on the development of landforms and soils of the area has been
  • The features of morphometry and sedimentology of 54 debris flow fans in semiarid subtropics of southwestern China are summarized here based on field surveys, interpretations of aerial photographs and measurements of topographic maps. The influence
  • Au Lesotho, un simple modèle mathématique à 2 dimensions a été utilisé pour prévoir le flux de l'humidité du sol et les phénomènes de ruissellement, ce modèle étant basé sur des données météorologiques plausibles dans ces milieux où l'érosion du sol
  • favorables au déclenchement d'instabilités de versant, tant dans le soubassement rocheux que dans les terrains de couverture du Quaternaire. Ces mêmes facteurs sont à la base du développement de ruptures de pente le long de la rivière Satluj. Dans cet article