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  • The influence of geomorphologic heritage on present nival erosion : Peñalara, Spain
  • Datation relative ; Erosion ; Espagne ; Haute montagne ; Héritage géomorphologique ; Lichénométrie ; Manteau nival ; Montagne ; Moraine ; Neige ; Niche de nivation ; Peñalara
  • it accumulates over sedimentary or weathered materials, therefore geomorphological heritage is a key factor in nival erosion. To test this hypothesis, the AA. identified the landforms in the study area and determined their relative ages by weathering
  • 1997
  • A geomorphological approach to the ecological management of rivers in the Kruger National Park : the case of the Sabie River
  • HERITAGE, G.L.
  • 1997
  • Asian part of Russia ; Ore geology ; Placer ; Structural geomorphology
  • Le développement des morphostructures, leur héritage, les liens entre les sources primaires et les zones d'accumulation du matériel des placers (d'or, d'étain), la présence d'horizons d'altération chimique paraissent les facteurs les plus importants
  • 1997
  • Review of Antartic geomorphological mapping
  • Antarctica ; Geomorphological map ; Geomorphology ; Thematic mapping
  • 1997
  • Geomorphological and stratigraphical significance of Pliocene red clay in Hungary
  • Geomorphology and changing environments in Central Europe
  • Clay ; Geochemistry ; Geochronology ; Geomorphology ; Hungary ; Palaeoclimate ; Palaeogeography ; Palaeosol ; Pliocene ; Stratigraphy
  • This paper deals with red clays in Hungary, which are younger than the Upper Pannonian (Upper Miocene) but older than the Pleistocene. Their origin and stratigraphical position is still debated. Based on geomorphological position and mineralogical
  • 1997
  • Geomorphological indicators for environmental impact assessment: consumable and non-consumable geomorphological resources
  • Agricultural land use ; Applied geomorphology ; Cantabria ; Environment ; Geo-ecology ; Geographical information system ; Impact ; Indicator ; Land use ; Methodology ; Natural hazards ; Natural resources ; Soil erosion ; Spain
  • A methodological approach is proposed for the incorporation of geomorphological features into environmental impact assessments. A series of quantitative indicators and indices are proposed, so that impacts on both consumable and non-consumable
  • geomorphological resources can be objectively determined. Impact can thus be expressed by means of magnitudes with specific dimensions, or at least as fractions of a maximum theoretical value. Procedures for the integration of individual indices into general impact
  • 1997
  • Geomorphology of the eastern coast of the Dead Sea, Jordan
  • Applied geomorphology ; Climatic variation ; Coastal environment ; Coastal geomorphology ; Dead Sea ; Delta ; Drainage network ; Fault ; Jordan ; Karst ; Mass movement ; Natural hazards ; Sea level ; Sedimentation ; Taffoni ; Terrace
  • This paper aims to investigate the geomorphological characteristics of the eastern coast of the Dead Sea as influenced by structural instability and climatic changes. Aerial photos and map analyses served to distinguish main morphological features
  • and slope classes, whereas geomorphological changes along the coast, mainly those developed by the declining of the Dead Sea levels were located and examined in the field. Also attention was paid to dimensions and development of particular features
  • 1997
  • Geomorphological analysis of the development of the South-Eastern Šumava granite region
  • The granite territory of the Plechý massif and its aim was analysed by a complete geomorphologic mapping in the Šumava region. Glacial modelation is evident only in the highest part of the NE slope of Plechý, where a great cirque was formed. Recent
  • 1997
  • Geomorphology ; Hungary ; Lava ; Plateau ; Regional geology ; Slope ; Slope dynamics
  • Author describe the geomorphological features of the lava plateau of Medves in northern Hungary near the Hungarian-Slovakian boundary. Erosion processes as well as geomorphological processes (e.g. mass movements) are investigated in details
  • 1997
  • Czech Republic ; Geomorphogenesis ; Geomorphology ; Gully erosion ; Landslide ; Mountain ; Natural hazards ; Slope dynamics ; Watershed
  • Geomorphological conditions of the Broumov basin and of the Bohemian part of the Table Mounts are described. Current geomorphological processes in Martínkovice creek catchment especially gully erosion and land slides are analyzed. A detailed
  • geomorphological map is included. - (MS)
  • 1997
  • On growth and form in geomorphology
  • Concept ; Earth surface processes ; Geomorphology ; Model ; Philosophy ; Spatial variation ; Time
  • Standard histories of geomorphology tend to identify a basic conflict between 2 extremes: 1) timebound, desriptive regional studies of landscape evolution; and 2) timeless analysis of process mechanics. The A. argues that we need to ask a new type
  • 1997
  • Geomorphology and drainage of the S-Gömör-Torna karst region in view of an environmental hazard
  • Geomorphology and changing environments in Central Europe
  • The geomorphology and underground drainage of the Szilice and Alsó-hegy (Lower Plateau) have been studied within a long-term project in order to estimate the extent of ecological risks. With knowledge on geomorphological-hydrological links
  • 1997
  • Geomorphological evidence of neotectonic activity in NW-Croatia
  • Geomorphology and changing environments in Central Europe
  • Canyon ; Croatia ; Drainage network ; Fault ; Geomorphometry ; Neotectonics ; Quaternary ; Shear stress ; Structural geomorphology ; Vertical movement
  • movements in the origin of geological and geomorphological features. Various types of structures have been selected for study and recognised as particular types of morphostructure. Examples of relief properties suggest a relationship between orography
  • 1997
  • A general geomorphological map of Romania on the scale of 1:25,000, Zlatna sheet
  • Anthropogenic erosion ; Cartography ; Fluvial processes ; Fluvial terrace ; Geological structure ; Geomorphological mapping ; Human impact ; Romania ; Tectonics ; Volcanism
  • The general geomorphological map on the scale of 1:25,000, the Zlatna sheet, marks out 3 large relief groups, namely, denudational, fluviatile and anthropic. It contains an explanatory text, 2 auxiliary profiles (scale 1:50,000), namely a map
  • of relief units, a morphostructural map, as well as 2 geomorphological cross-sections (scale 1:25,000) revealing both the landforms and the geological structure, i.e. rock compositions and strata inclination.
  • 1997
  • Large woody debris and river geomorphological pattern : examples from S.E. France and S. England
  • This paper contributes to the evaluation of the geomorphological significance of large woody debris, LWD, in European rivers. It provides a context for this evaluation through an analysis of the international literature on LWD. It then presents
  • an analysis based upon semi-natural hydrosystems in S.E. France and S. England of different geomorphological pattern or type. Finally, some recomendations for management based upon geomorphological river types are presented.
  • 1997
  • Geomorphological sketch map of the Evans Cove area (Victoria Land, Antarctica)
  • Antarctica ; Cartography ; Coastal environment ; Geomorphological map ; Polar region
  • 1997
  • Czech Republic ; Erosion surface ; Fault ; Geomorphological map ; Geomorphology ; Jihočeský ; Neotectonics ; Slope
  • Detailed geomorphological mapping in the western part of the Lišov Threshold has been done in 1994. The studied region is situated at contact of Budějovice Basin and Třebon Basin in South Bohemia. It is characterized by manifestations especially
  • 1997
  • Late Holocene sedimentation rates and geomorphological significance of the Ncamasere Valley, Okavango delta, Botswana
  • The paper presents the preliminary results of geomorphological and sedimentological investigations in the Ncamasere Valley, a seasonally back-flooded tributary of the Okavango River. Studies of organic horizons within cores indicate the differences
  • 1997
  • Climate ; Climatic geomorphology ; Drainage network ; Malta ; Mediterranean area ; Slope deposit ; Valley
  • With such a limited area and range of rock type, Malta cannot provide anything approaching a representative sample of the landforms which occur in the Mediterranean Basin. However, few geomorphological features can be considered unique
  • landform and is the predominant feature in maltese geomorphology.
  • 1997
  • Geomorphological impacts of urbanization : example of Komló, S-Transdanubia, Hungary
  • Geomorphology and changing environments in Central Europe
  • Drainage ; Environmental conservation ; Geomorphology ; Gully erosion ; Hungary ; Landslide ; Mass movement ; Natural hazards ; Pollution ; Transdanubia ; Urbanization
  • 1997