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  • Paleogeography of the Late Vistulian and Early Holocene in the Carpathian Mts.
  • Carpathian Mountains ; Holocene ; Mountain ; Palaeogeography ; Poland ; Quaternary
  • The author shows the history of the Carpathian geological vertical zones during the Late Pleistocene and Early Holocene. The warming of climate, from a continental periglacial climate to a more oceanic one, and the rise in humidity were two engines
  • Zosuvy v slovenskych Karpatoch.. (Slope failures in the Slovak Carpathians)
  • Classification and factors of slope movements and resulting failures. Geomorphological development of Slovak Carpathians. Slope failures in the Core High Mountains, Carpathian Flysch, Neogene Volcanites and in the Neogene tectonic depressions. (MS).
  • Geography of the soils in the West Carpathians and Inner-Carpathian lowlands
  • Many relic soils have been stated in the soil cover of West Carpathians. Their occurrence is regularly geographically arranged, but conditioned by other than recent climatic influences. Intrazonal structure of the soil cover is characterized by soil
  • Variability of precipitation in selected regions of the Carpathians in the years 1951-1995
  • Atmospheric circulation ; Carpathian Mountains ; Cyclone ; Poland ; Precipitation ; Seasonal variability ; Spatial variation ; Statistics ; Time series
  • The paper presents an analysis of recent trends for precipitation in the Carpathians on the basis of data for the period 1951-1995. Temporal variability in precipitation was examined based on area-averaged data for the Carpathians
  • and then separately for the eastern and western parts. Overall precipitation totals in the Carpathians show downward trends, which are visible in summer and winter but which contrast with opposite trends in spring and summer. Agreement between the course and trend
  • Hydro-electricity in the Romanian Carpathians
  • Carpathian Mountains ; Dam;Barrage ; Economic impact ; Electricity ; Energy;Power ; Hydro-electric station ; Mountain ; Project ; Romania ; Rural planning
  • The paper provides an outline of the programme, as a contribution to the wider electrification programme, and considers the impact of these developments in the Carpathians where there is much evidence of integrated rural planning to combine
  • The Neogene red clays of the Carpathian basin in Problems of the Neogene and Quaternary in the Carpathian Basin.
  • Morphostructural features of the West Carpathians
  • Morphostructural and megamorphostructural analysis and new synthesis of the basic morphological features of the West Carpathians in the light of the new concepts of the plate tectonics theory.
  • Geomorphological evolution of longitudinal river profiles in the Carpathians
  • Carpathian Mountains ; Channel geometry ; Drainage network ; Longitudinal section ; Mathematical model ; Mountain ; Romania ; Stream ; Tectonics ; Vertical movement
  • In this paper, attention is focused on the concavity of the stream profile. On this basis, the AA. tried to determine the evolution of some Eastern Carpathian rivers of Romania and thus estimate their long-term evolutionary tendencies
  • . They demonstrate that age has no influence on the form of the longitudinal profiles for the rivers on the exterior side of the Carpathians. This is because tectonic uplift was important, and this phenomenon is still present today.
  • Orogenesis and morphogenesis of outer Carpathians and plate tectonics
  • The orogenesis of the Outer Carpathians seems to be a result of the subduction of the oceanic part of Euroasian plate. The beginning of the subduction in the flysch basin seems to be in the Eocene more precisely at anomaly /53m.l. At this time
  • , and then compressional deformations migrated outwards across the basin. Those processes were accompanied by Carpathian orogenesis. Compressional deformations continued in subaerally conditions during the last phase. The upper limit of the orogenesis migrated outwards
  • across the Carpathians. This agress with the diachronous scratching off deposits from a subducted plate. The orogenesis in the Carpathians occuried interruptedly and so-called orogenic phases alternated with periods of calm. But the results of an analysis
  • of joints in the Nowy Sacz Basin seem to attest that, this region was under compression from at least the Eocene up to the Lower Bedanian Later, this region was exclusively under tension. The result of that was the Carpathian orogenesis. (d'après l'A.).
  • Main socio-economic and environmental trends in the Carpathian region
  • Carpathian Mountains ; Environment ; Europe ; Impact study ; Region ; Regional economy ; Social geography ; Socio-economic system
  • The AA. aim at analysing major socio-economic and environmental processes in the Carpathian region which represents a unique macro-region in Central Europe. The Carpathian countries have experienced major political, economic, social
  • and presents the main macro-economic and structural policy trends of Carpathian countries. Decoupling impacts on the environment were also analysed. - (AM)
  • Terasy riek cs. Karpat a ich vztah k terasam Dunaja. (Terraces of the Czechoslovak Carpathian rivers and their relation to the Danube terraces)
  • The results of intensive investigations of river terraces of the Czechoslovak Carpathians carried out after 1950 and especially recent investigations have demonstrated that the complete terrace systems are developed and can readilly be compared
  • Geomorfologické pomery Cachtickych Karpat s osobitnym zretelom na Cachticky kras. (The geomorphological conditions of the Cachtice Carpathians with special regard to the Cachtice Karst)
  • The Cachtice Carpathians relief and in their framework the Cachtice Karst represent a collection of structural, tectonic, erosion-denudation, karst, fluviokarst, erosion-accumulation and anthropogenous forms. The geomorphological evolution can
  • Atlas ; Carpathian Mountains ; Central Europe ; Europe ; Thematic mapping
  • This paper deals with the digital facsimile publication of the Atlas of Central Europe, issued in 1993. The primary objective of the Atlas of Carpathian Region was to present the geographical conditions, demographic pattern and economic life
  • of the Carpathian Basin and its surroundings, and of the historical development, administrative and political changes within its boundaries. - (JS)
  • Classification and quantification of ground-destruction phenomena in ecosystems of high mountain regions of the Western Carpathians
  • processes as well as the rate of ground destruction processes are evaluated above the timberline in the Western Carpathians. (MS).
  • Prispevok k poznaniu polji Zapadnych Karpatoch. (A contribution to the recognition of poljes in the West Carpathians)
  • The small size of karst morphology does not allow a larger development of poljes in the West Carpathians. On an example of four poljes the genetic variety as well as different stages of non-perfectly development poljes in Slovakia may be seen. (MS).
  • Krasovy reliéf a jeho vyznam v geomorfologickom obraze Zapadnych Karpat. (Karst relief and its significance in the geomorphological picture of the West Carpathians)
  • The well-preserved karst plateaus, the correlation between covering formations and further marks enable to recognize the development of levelled surfaces today lying in different positions within the neotectonic division of the West-Carpathians. (MS).
  • On late Miocene-early Pliocene desert climate in the Carpathian Basin
  • Carpathian Mountains ; Cenozoic ; Desert ; Duricrust ; Hungary ; Miocene ; Palaeobiogeography ; Palaeoclimate ; Palaeogeography ; Palaeomagnetism ; Pliocene
  • Until recently only geomorphological features and mammal fossils had been known as evidence to the long-debated dry-warm semidesert or hot desert climate in the Carpathian basin following the filling up of the Pannonian Lake. A comparison of samples
  • Erosion of primary volcanic depressions in the Inner Carpathian Volcanic Chain
  • Caldera ; Carpathian Mountains ; Cenozoic ; Central Europe ; Crater ; Drainage network ; Erosion ; Europe ; Neogene ; Pleistocene ; Volcanism
  • This paper, summarising and evaluating regional data of recent research, focusses on the characteristics of erosion and drainage pattern observed on the youngest to oldest volcanic depressions of the Carpathians. Eroded craters, calderas, failure
  • Model of deposition of loess in central part of the Polish Flysch Carpathians during the last cold stage
  • Carpathian Mountains ; Eolian features ; Lateglacial ; Loess ; Model ; Poland ; Quaternary ; Surface deposits ; Wind
  • This paper deals with a proposal of constructing a model of formation of the specific Carpathian variety of loesses during the Vistulian. It is based on the observation and measurements of the actual activity of winds, the occurence of blowouts
  • Geologically controlled waterfall types in the Outer Carpathians
  • Carpathian Mountains ; Classification ; Fluvial erosion ; Fluvial processes ; Geological structure ; Hydrodynamics ; Lithology ; Poland ; Stratigraphy ; Waterfall
  • Waterfalls occurring in the Polish Outer Carpathians have been studied with regard to their geological settings. They are small forms developed on faulted flysch rocks of different resistance on streams characterized by similar features of catchment