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  • The role of geomorphology in environmental impact assessment
  • Environment ; Geomorphology ; Human impact ; Impact ; Landslide ; Natural hazards
  • This paper aims to define the role of Geomorphology in the assessment of the impact of human activities on the environment. Environmental impact assessment (EIA) should be carried out for specific projects, in order to evaluate their suitability
  • for the quality of the environment. The relationships between humans and environment are taken into account, with particular attention to the effects of a project on the geomorphological environment. Examples of different are presented.
  • 1994
  • The equilibrium concept in geomorphology
  • Chaos ; Concept ; Geomorphology ; Mathematics ; Scale ; Statistics ; Terminology
  • This paper reviews and reconsiders the various equilibria concepts. Because the term is most frequently used qualitatively rather than quantitatively in geomorphology, conflation, imprecision, and outright error have been promoted. Given
  • 1994
  • Real geomorphology revisited
  • Concept ; Epistemology ; Geomorphology ; Methodology
  • 1994
  • Geomorphology of a degrading Artic Delta, Sermilik, South-East Greenland
  • Coastal dynamics ; Cold area ; Delta ; Floating ice ; Geomorphology ; Greenland ; Iceberg ; Sedimentology
  • 1994
  • GPS, GIS and geomorphological field work
  • Technical and software bulletin 1994
  • Altai Mountains ; Altayskiy Kraj ; Asian part of Russia ; Geographical information system ; Geomorphology ; Hydrology ; Research technique ; Snow
  • in geomorphological and related case studies. Examples are pressented of the successful use of GPS and GIS to study hydrology and snow patch regime from the recent GeoAltai expedition to Southern Siberia.
  • 1994
  • Geomorphological analysis and genetic relief classification of the inundation area of the Krkavec dam
  • Applied geomorphology ; Bohemia ; Czech Republic ; Dam ; Eolian landform ; Fluvial landform ; Hydraulic works ; Lacustrine environment ; Project ; Regional geology ; Reservoir ; Sedimentology ; Tectonics
  • Detailed geomorphological analysis of the relief forms in the presumed inundation area of the Krkavec dam on the Nežárka river in South Bohemia. Geological and tectonic characteristics, fluvial, eolian, gravitational, organogenic and antropogenic
  • 1994
  • Climatic geomorphology: a critique
  • Arid area ; Bibliography ; Climatic geomorphology ; Climatic zone ; Concept ; Geomorphic cycle ; Glacial features ; Periglacial features ; Tectonics
  • 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
  • 1994
  • Geomorphological understanding of floods
  • Geomorphology and natural hazards
  • . The strength of this approach is in its affinity to the commonsense perceptional basis that underpins human action. Geomorphological floods studies, including recent advances in paleoflood hydrology, are needed as a complement to conventional hydrological
  • 1994
  • The geomorphological dimensions of natural disasters
  • Geomorphology and natural hazards
  • Flood ; Forecast ; Geomorphology ; Geosystem ; Global change ; Natural hazards ; Project ; Remote sensing ; Thematic mapping ; Volcanic eruption
  • 1994
  • Mountain hazard geomorphology
  • Applied geomorphology ; Catastrophe ; China ; Landslide ; Mountain ; Natural hazards
  • 1994
  • Czech Republic ; Geomorphology ; Mountain ; Research
  • Ore Mountains belong among thoroughly investigated parts of the Bohemian massif. The survey of geomorphological research is related to the Central Part (St. Catherine Dome). - (MS)
  • 1994
  • Arid geomorphology 1994
  • 1994
  • Geomorphological processes and landforms in the southern part of the Polická vrchovina Highland (Czech Republic)
  • Cenozoic ; Climatic variation ; Czech Republic ; Geomorphology ; Landscape ; Landslide ; Neotectonics ; Pseudokarst ; Quaternary ; Soil erosion
  • The paper examines relations among present and past geomorphological processes and the landforms of the Polická vrchovina Highland in the Bohemian Massif. The basin structure of the highland developed during the neotectonic period. The relative
  • uplift of the Highland resulted in the incision of the Metuje River and its tributaries. Unloading of rocks and erosion initiated typical geomorphological processes such as deep-seated creep, cambering, rockfalls, landslides and pseudokarst processes
  • 1994
  • Geomorphological evolution and supergene gold ore at Posse, Goias State, Brazil
  • Brazil ; Geochemistry ; Geomorphology ; Gold ; Laterite ; Leaching ; Mineralization ; Pedogenesis ; Weathering
  • At Posse, primary gold mineralization occurs near the base of a sequence of metamorphosed volcanic and volcaniclastic rocks. During the Velhas geomorphological cycle (Oligocene to Lower Pleistocene) the region experienced extensive lateritization
  • . The observed gold distribution in the weathering profile has arisen through saprolitization during the Velhas cycle, then leaching, compaction and downward (and limited lateral) transport of gold during pedogenesis. The climatic and geomorphological history
  • 1994
  • Chaos ; Concept ; Drainage network ; Geomorphology ; Landscape ; Methodology ; Random process ; Soil ; Soil properties
  • Deterministic complexity (chaos) may be common in geomorphic systems, but traditional definitions may have limited practical utility for empirical geomorphology. Further, chaos analysis depends on distinguishing deterministic complexity from
  • uncertainty is more useful in process geomorphology than that of chaos.
  • 1994
  • Concept ; Geomorphological mapping ; Geomorphology ; Methodology ; Relief ; Space time
  • by five dimensional coordinates: time, three coordinates of Euclidean space, coordinate expressing the group of characteristics, that is the level of organisation achieved. Because of the indivisible nature of space-time geomorphology needs to rediscover
  • 1994
  • The role of geomorphological research in geoecology. Illustrated by the example of geoecological relief evaluation in the National Park Paklenica
  • Applied geomorphology ; Former Yugoslavia ; Geo-ecology ; Landscape evaluation ; National park
  • 1994
  • Geomorphology, stratigraphy and 14C-chronology of ancient tufas at Louie Creek, Northwest Queensland, Australia
  • Australia ; C 14 dating ; Carbonate rock ; Geomorphology ; Palaeo-environment ; Palaeoclimate ; Quaternary ; Queensland ; Stratigraphy ; Tufa
  • 1994
  • Equilibrium, scale and inheritance in geomorphology
  • Concept ; Geomorphology ; Inherited features ; Mountain ; Sediment budget ; Slope ; Slope dynamics ; Soil erosion ; Watershed
  • 1994
  • Distribution of hazard types in a drainage basin and its relation to geomorphological setting
  • Geomorphology and natural hazards
  • 1994