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  • The fluvial geomorphodynamic of the Danube during the late Pleistocene and Holocene is rather thought to be the result of a self-control mechanism independent from the climatic rhythm. Changes of either internal and/or external factors therefore
  • necessarily affect valley floors different in river morphology and parts of the fluvial systems of different sensitivity which produce different geomorphodynamic reactions.
  • Aktuelle Geomorphodynamik und angewandte Geomorphologie = Present-day geomorphodynamics and applied geomorphology
  • Aktuelle Geomorphodynamik und angewandte Geomorphologie = Present-day geomorphodynamics and applied geomorphology
  • Aktuelle Geomorphodynamik und angewandte Geomorphologie = Present-day geomorphodynamics and applied geomorphology
  • Aktuelle Geomorphodynamik und angewandte Geomorphologie = Present-day geomorphodynamics and applied geomorphology
  • Aktuelle Geomorphodynamik und angewandte Geomorphologie = Present-day geomorphodynamics and applied geomorphology
  • Aktuelle Geomorphodynamik und angewandte Geomorphologie = Present-day geomorphodynamics and applied geomorphology
  • Aktuelle Geomorphodynamik und angewandte Geomorphologie = Present-day geomorphodynamics and applied geomorphology
  • Aktuelle Geomorphodynamik und angewandte Geomorphologie = Present-day geomorphodynamics and applied geomorphology
  • Aktuelle Geomorphodynamik und angewandte Geomorphologie = Present-day geomorphodynamics and applied geomorphology
  • Aktuelle Geomorphodynamik und angewandte Geomorphologie = Present-day geomorphodynamics and applied geomorphology
  • , palaeoclimatic and geomorphodynamic changes throughout the genesis of the floodplain. Since the Younger Iron Ages, the vegetation in the floodplain was influenced by humans. The high peat accumulation rates are further evidence for good peat formation conditions
  • [b2] Glaciology, Geomorphodynamics and Geochronology, Dept. of Geography, Univ., Zurich, Suisse
  • Geomorphodynamic and pedogenic processes were studied in a dry valley (the Borten Valley) within a typical loess region near Heilbronn. Land use in this area is very intensive and causes serious soil erosion problems. Soil mapping showed the degree
  • . A second aim was to establish numerical ages for the terraces in question. A third goal was to correlate the phases of geomorphodynamic activity in the Inn valley, of which the fluvial terraces give evidence, with those that were dated in other catchments
  • und glacio-isostacy are dealt with. The author proposes taking the duration of glaciation and of coastal sea ice as a climatic-cryogenic criterion when subdividing the arctic perimarine zone as this enables differentiated geomorphodynamics