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  • A demonstration of the geomorphological value of radio-controlled aerial vehicle imaging techniques in the study of the Hernád River
  • Geomorphological environments. Research methods on biotic and abiotic anvironments
  • Aerial photography ; Fluvial geomorphology ; Habitat ; Hungary ; Methodology ; Photointerpretation ; Stream
  • Airborne images obtained by radio-controlled aerial vehicles provide an alternative way for the environmental and biological researches as well as geomorphological studies. The model airplanes give the possibility for landscape mapping or count
  • field objects, which can't be done with any other methods (or just with bigger efforts and disturbance). The purpose of this article is to provide an example of the geomorphological application of airborne imaging techniques using radio-controlled model
  • 2012
  • Seeking good peer review in geomorphology
  • Geographical periodical ; Geomorphology ; Practice of geography ; Publishing ; Reviewer
  • This paper provides an extended guide to reviewing for Earth Surface Processes and Landforms in particular and geomorphology in general, considering what makes a fair and constructive review. The A. identifies six elements of a good review and notes
  • 2012
  • Geodiversity ; Geographic research ; Geomorphology ; Geomorphosite ; Inheritated geomorphological features ; Landscape ; Landscape analysis ; Nature conservation ; Slovenia ; Triglav Lakes Valley
  • and geomorphological heritage and the current state of this field in Slovenia. The first quantitative evaluation of geomorphological heritage in Slovenia, which was carried out in the Triglav Lakes Valley, is also presented. - (IKR)
  • 2012
  • Disturbance regimes at the interface of geomorphology and ecology
  • Beaver ; Biodiversity ; Biogeomorphology ; Dendrogeomorphology ; Ecological restoration ; Ecosystem ; Fire ; Geomorphology ; Impact ; Mass movement ; Vegetation ; Zoogeography
  • The AA. introduce thirteen papers that investigate the interactions and feedbacks between geomorphological disturbance regimes and ecosystem functions. These papers reveal the singularity of wildfire impacts, the importance of landsliding for carbon
  • budgeting and of vegetation accumulation for landsliding, the zoogeomorphic role of iconic and Cinderella animals in fluvial geomorphology, biophysical interactions in aeolian, fluvial and torrential environments and the utility of living ecosystems
  • 2012
  • The Physical Landscape of Britain and Northern Ireland : A Project to Increase Geomorphological Awareness
  • the following objectives : (1) to make existing knowledge on the physical landscape and geomorphology of Britain more widely accessible; (2) to increase knowledge and awareness of physical attributes of the landscape; (3) to provide a synthesis of present
  • 2012
  • Alps (The) ; Geomorphogenesis ; Geomorphology ; Glacial erosion ; Limestone ; Physical geography ; Pleistocene ; Slovenia ; Tectonics ; Triglav Lakes Valley
  • The paper deals with the problem of glacial erosion in the carbonate rocks in parts of the Julian Alps. The paper is critical to tectonic interpretation of geomorphological evolution of the Triglav Lakes Valley which denies the role of glacial
  • erosion and of other morphogenetic agents during the Pleistocene. The glacial and non-glacial morphogenetic factors cannot be completely neglected and the geomorphological evolution of the valley differs with such exclusively tectonic explanation.
  • 2012
  • Using geomorphological and geophysical survey to research relations between landforms and joint tectonics in the Broumovská vrchovina (Czech Republic)
  • 3D scanner ; Bohemian Massif ; Carboniferous ; Cretaceous ; Czech Republic ; Earthquake ; Fault ; Fracture ; Geomorphology ; Joint ; Landform evolution ; Lineament ; Lithology ; Palaeogeography ; Sedimentary sequence ; Tectonics
  • 2012
  • A geomorphological and speleological approach in the study of hydrogeology of gypsum karst of Sorbas (SE Spain)
  • Andalusia ; Applied geomorphology ; Aquifer ; Cave ; Gypsum ; Hydrogeology ; Karst ; Karstification ; Spain ; Speleology
  • gypsum, deposited in a Neogene intra-montane basin, is composed of continuous strata of very pure selenite. The purpose of this research is to identify the main karst geomorphological features and to integrate these data with hydrogeological records
  • 2012
  • Analysis of the wind regime in context of dune geomorphology for the Kumtagh Desert, Northwest China
  • of an intermediate-energy wind environment, and the index of directional variability is also intermediate. The diversity of local dune geomorphology should be associated with the complexity of the wind regime in each part of the region. However, the general
  • understanding of the desert's wind regime provided in this paper is not yet adequate to clarify the precise relationships between wind regime and dune geomorphology.
  • 2012
  • Accuracy of automatically extracted geomorphological breaklines from airborne LiDAR curvarure images
  • Concepts and implications of environmental change and human impact : studies from Austrian geomorphological research
  • Algorithm ; Austria ; Data processing ; Digital elevation model ; Geomorphology ; Glacial valley ; LiDAR ; Remote sensing ; Tirol ; laser measures
  • 2012
  • Arid geomorphology : Changing perspectives on timescales of change
  • This paper particularly highlights how applications of geochronology (e.g. cosmogenic isotope analysis, luminescence dating, and radiocarbon dating) are challenging or revolutionizing understanding of the timing and rates of arid geomorphological
  • 2012
  • Geodiversity and landscape sensitivity : a geomorphological perspective
  • The geomorphological component of geodiversity becomes central in wider contexts and is examined here as a response to the operation of endogenic and exogenic processes interacting over different time periods. The process coupling between
  • 2012
  • Applied geomorphology ; Data base ; Emilia Romagna ; Geomorphosite ; Information ; Italy ; Landform evolution ; Secondary education
  • of sites of geomorphologic interest (geomorphosites) remains of fundamental importance in order to correctly individuate the most meaningful natural spots that represent the stages of geological/geomorphological evolution of an area to be presented
  • 2012
  • Agricultural land use ; Alluvium ; Foraminifera ; Geoarchaeology ; Geomorphology ; Holocene ; Human impact ; Palaeo-environment ; Pool ; Sedimentary basin ; Spain ; Valencia ; Valencian Community
  • The study area is the Bajo Segura Basin, located in the easternmost sector of the Betic Ranges. The AA. aim to correlate the geomorphological, sedimentological and micropaleontological data with archeological and geoarcheological information
  • of the Upper Holocene, particularly from the Bronze Age to the Middle Age. The geomorphological approach consists in the analysis of 6 mechanical cores and geoarcheological studies in several sites. During the Bronze Age, the Bajo Segura Basin was occupied
  • 2012
  • Late Wisconsinan glacial geomorphology of the Kent interlobate complex, Ohio, USA
  • Applied geomorphology ; Glacial features ; Kame ; Ohio ; Quaternary ; Sedimentology ; Stratigraphy ; United States of America
  • 2012
  • Geomorphological and geotechnical causes of anthropogenically induced rock-mass falls in the Wachau-Danube Valley (Bohemian Massif, Lower Austria)
  • Concepts and implications of environmental change and human impact : studies from Austrian geomorphological research
  • 2012
  • The interactions between vegetation and erosion: new directions for research at the interface of ecology and geomorphology
  • This review suggests new directions for research uniting ecology and geomorphology - the sub-discipline of biogeomorphology. The research, which recently has become vigorous, includes the sources, movement, and fates of fluvial loads of sediment
  • 2012
  • Dendrochronological and geomorphological investigations to assess water erosion and mass wasting processes in the Apennines of Southern Tuscany (Italy)
  • that were supported by dendrochronological data. The integrated approach between dendrogeomorphology and geomorphological monitoring techniques allowed calibration of both tools in order to extend the analysis in the period preceding the field measurements
  • 2012
  • Fluvial geomorphology of the Kupa River drainage basin, Croatia: A perspective of its application in river management and pollution studies
  • The AA. describe the geomorphology, tectonic setting, lithological framework and granulometric properties of the transboundary Kupa River basin. The generally meandering, east to west running course of the Kupa River starts from a karstic spring
  • 2012
  • Sub-Boreal aggradation along the Apennine margin of the Central Po Plain : geomorphological and geoarchaeological aspects
  • Alluvial geomorphology in Italy
  • 2012