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  • Sur le problème de la validité de la théorie du cycle géomorphologique de Davis
  • Geomorphic cycle ; Geomorphology ; Landform evolution ; Theory
  • Cycle géomorphologique ; DAWIS (W. M.) ; Evolution du relief ; Géomorphologie ; Théorie
  • In the last two-three decades the majority of Czech geographers and geomorphologists is taking a negative standpoint towards the theory of the geomorphological cycle of W. M. Davis. The present article shows their unfavourable impact
  • on the geomorphological research. - (MS)
  • On depositional cycles and geomorphological development of the Han River Delta of South China in Coasts : erosion and sedimentation.
  • This paper has three objectives : to analyze the depositional cycles and features of the delta| to discuss the geomorphological characteristics and to describe the landform types| to give a discussion about the developmental process and mode
  • Tectonic geomorphology : convergent plate boundaries, passive continental margins and supercontinent cycles
  • Cycle ; Géographie physique ; Géomorphologie ; Lithosphère ; Marge continentale passive ; Rift ; Supercontinent ; Tectonique de plaques ; Tectonique globale
  • Le point sur le développement des études de géomorphologie tectonique et les publications récentes. Discussion sur le concept de cycles de supercontinents et ses implications en géomorphologie. - (CL)
  • American geomorphology at the dawn of the 20th century
  • Aeolian features ; American school ; Concept ; Erosion cycle ; Fluvial processes ; Geomorphology ; Orogeny ; Structural geomorphology ; United States of America ; Years 1900-09
  • Années 1900 ; Concept ; Cycle d'érosion ; DAVIS (W.M.) ; Ecole américaine ; Eolien ; Etats-Unis ; Fluviatile ; Géomorphologie ; Géomorphologie structurale ; Orogenèse
  • to the Davisian cycle of erosion; on elements of structure, which the Davisian system assumed as given; and on selected processes, which the Davisian system largely ignored. It concludes with an assessment of the emergence of a distinctively American school
  • of geomorphology by 1900.
  • Evolution des surfaces d'aplananissement géomorphologique contrôlée par la tectonique des plaques, les cycles d'érosion et d'accumulation
  • Balaton Lake ; Carpathian Mountains ; Erosion cycle ; Geomorphology ; Hungary ; Landform evolution ; Mountain ; Planation ; Plate tectonics ; Transdanubia
  • Aplanissement ; Balaton ; Carpates ; Cycle d'érosion ; Dunántúl ; Evolution du relief ; Géomorphologie ; Hongrie ; Montagne ; Tectonique de plaques
  • This paper provides an evolution of geomorphological surfaces effected by plate tectonic, erosion and accumulation in the Carpathian Basin. The basis of the study is a model for the geomorphologic evolution of the Transdanubian Mountains, North
  • Geomorphology and Earth system science
  • Special Issue : The future of geomorphology
  • Atmospheric circulation ; Bibliography ; Biogeochemical cycle ; Climate ; Earth surface processes ; Geomorphology ; Geosystem ; Land atmosphere interaction ; Model ; Tectonics ; The 2000's ; Topography
  • Années 2000 ; Bibliographie ; Circulation atmosphérique ; Climat ; Cycle biogéochimique ; Géomorphodynamique ; Géomorphologie ; Géosystème ; Interaction terre-atmosphère ; Modèle ; Tectonique ; Topographie
  • geomorphology plays a key role: (1) links between topography, tectonics, and atmospheric circulation; (2) links between geomorphic processes and biogeochemical cycles; and (3) links between biological processes and the Earth’s surface. In conclusion, key
  • The aim of this review is to introduce some key examples showing the role of Earth surface processes, the traditional subject of geomorphology, within the interacting Earth system. The paper considers three examples of environmental systems in which
  • Climatic geomorphology: a critique
  • Arid area ; Bibliography ; Climatic geomorphology ; Climatic zone ; Concept ; Geomorphic cycle ; Glacial features ; Periglacial features ; Tectonics
  • Bibliographie ; Concept ; Cycle géomorphologique ; Domaine aride ; Glaciaire ; Géomorphologie climatique ; Périglaciaire ; Tectonique ; Zone climatique
  • Though climatic geomorphology has long been perceived as providing a realistic framework for landform analysis, only the arid , nival and glacial systems and some constructional forms on the coast are readily identified in the landscape, present
  • Canada ; Cryergie ; Cycle gel-dégel ; Géographie physique ; Humidité ; Méthodologie ; Météorisation ; Ontario ; Périglaciaire ; Température ; Zone froide
  • Fewer freeze-thaw cycles were recorded in the air than at 1 and 3.5 cm in the bedrock, between December 1983 and April 1984. The number of cycles that could be declared geomorphologically effective according to established temperature criteria
  • was normally less than half the total number of freeze - thaw cycles recorded in both air and bedrock. Under the current temperature regime at the field site, few effective cycles are capable of penetrating more than 5 cm into the free face.
  • Concept ; Erosion ; Erosion cycle ; Geomorphology ; Model ; System
  • Concept ; Cycle d'érosion ; Erosion ; Géomorphologie ; Modèle ; Système
  • The purpose of this paper is to discuss and illustrate, by means of a few examples, how classical equilibrium concepts in geomorphology relate to the analysis of systems and to point out the limits these classical equilibrium concepts impose on our
  • Concept ; Erosion cycle ; Geomorphology ; History of geography ; System ; Theory
  • Concept ; Cycle d'érosion ; Géomorphologie ; Histoire de la géographie ; Système ; Théorie
  • The purpose of this paper is to historiographically analyze early literature enunciating the systematic-process paradigm in geomorphology, with particular emphasis on notions concerning Gilbert and systems.
  • Fluvial geomorphology
  • L'année 1987 a été riche pour la géomorphologie fluviatile. Revue des articles utilisant à la suite de Gould (1987) une approche selon le temps et les notions de vecteur temps ( time's arrow ou séquence unique et irréversible d'évènements) et cycle
  • -temps ( time's cycle ou action répétitive des lois de la nature indépendantes du temps).
  • Appalachian Piedmont landscapes from the Permian to the Holocene in Appalachian geomorphology.
  • Appalachian Mountains ; Cycle d'érosion ; Cénozoïque ; Etats-Unis ; Fluviatile ; Géographie physique ; Géomorphogenèse ; Mésozoïque ; Météorisation ; Paléogéographie ; Paléozoïque ; Paysage ; Piedmont ; Périglaciaire ; Saprolite ; Tectonique
  • Consideration of the 14,250 km2 of the Maryland and Pennsylvania Piedmont at six different periods of time from the Permian to the Holocene demonstrates that at least three cycles of tectonism/erosion have affected the Piedmont landscape. Each
  • Rivers and valleys of Pennsylvania, revisited in Appalachian geomorphology.
  • Concept ; Cours d'eau ; Cycle d'érosion ; Etats-Unis ; Fluviatile ; Géographie physique ; Géomorphogenèse ; Pennsylvania ; Pénéplaine ; Réseau de drainage ; Vallée
  • Discussion à propos du 100ème anniversaire de l'article de Davis sur les rivières et les cours d'eau de Pennsylvanie et dans lequel il développe les concepts de cycle d'érosion et de pénéplaine.
  • Concept ; Freeze-thaw cycle ; Landscape ; Periglacial features ; Periglacial geomorphology ; Weathering
  • Concept ; Cycle gel-dégel ; Géomorphologie périglaciaire ; Météorisation ; Paysage ; Périglaciaire
  • Geomorphology of limestone areas in the northeastern Rhenish Slate Mountains in Landforms and landform evolution in West Germany.
  • Allemagne RFA ; Cycle d'érosion ; Cénozoïque ; Géographie de l'Europe ; Géomorphologie ; Karst ; Paléoclimatologie ; Paléogéographie ; Quaternaire ; Rheinisches Schiefergebirge ; Roche carbonatée ; Transgression marine
  • Glacial geomorphology
  • Apports détritiques au milieu glacio-marin| processus et milieux de dépôt| modification des faciès liés aux cycles d'avancées et retraits glaciaires et niveau marin relatif.
  • The Antarctic ice sheet : an analog for Northern hemisphere paleo-ice sheets? in Models in geomorphology.
  • How glaciological processes can interact to control global ice-sheet fluctuations during a glacial cycle and where analogies with the Arctic can be drawn.
  • Magnitude and frequency in geomorphology
  • Action biogène ; Charge en solution ; Concept ; Cycle gel-dégel ; Erosion chimique ; Fréquence et magnitude ; Haloclastie ; Humidité ; Lithologie ; Météorisation ; Température ; Végétation
  • Biogenic process ; Chemical erosion ; Concept ; Freeze-thaw cycle ; Haloclasty ; Lithology ; Moisture ; Solution load ; Temperature ; Vegetation ; Weathering
  • ) and their effectiveness in terms of rock breakdown, and secondly in terms of the totality of weathering and its effectiveness in terms of larger-scale geomorphological change.Finally, the importance of the ideas of frequency and magnitude as applied to weathering
  • in today's geomorphology is examined.
  • Applied geomorphology assessment of the effects of frost heave on the streets of Greater Sudbury, Canada
  • Applied geomorphology ; Canada ; Engineering geology ; Freeze-thaw cycle ; Freezing ; Impact ; Micromorphology ; Ontario ; Road ; Road infrastructure ; Spring
  • Canada ; Cycle gel-dégel ; Gel ; Greater Sudbury ; Géologie de l'ingénieur ; Géomorphologie appliquée ; Impact ; Infrastructure routière ; Micromorphologie ; Ontario ; Printemps ; Route
  • The rise and fall of the Davisian cycle of erosion : prelude, fugue, coda, and sequel
  • Concept ; Erosion ; Erosion cycle ; Geomorphology ; History of geography ; Isostasy ; Model ; Nineteenth Century ; Plate tectonics ; Tectonics ; Twentieth Century
  • Concept ; Cycle d'érosion ; DAVIS (W.M.) ; Erosion ; Géomorphologie ; Histoire de la géographie ; Isostasie ; Modèle ; Siècle 19 ; Siècle 20 ; Tectonique ; Tectonique de plaques
  • The Cycle of Erosion formulated by the American geographer W.M. Davis in 1880s remained the dominant paradigm in geomorphology well into the 20th century, before it waned in response to improved understanding of Earth's crustal and surface behavior