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  • Evolution of the Carpathian valleys and the Forecarpathian Basins in the Vistulian and Holocene
  • Carpathian Mountains ; Holocene ; Poland ; Quaternary ; Sedimentology ; Slope deposit ; Valley ; Valley floor evolution ; Watershed ; Wisła
  • This paper presents the state of knowledge on the evolution of river valleys in the Upper Quaternary. It is followed by full index of localisations, where dated Vistulian and Holocene sediments were found. The transformation of river valleys
  • Fluvial processes ; Glacial features ; Interglacial ; Poland ; Quaternary ; Valley ; Valley floor evolution ; Watershed ; Wisła
  • in separate terrace fills. The second-order fluctuations may be represented by separate cuts and fills, by the change of the facies or in the granulometric composition. The analysis of the changes in the longitudinal profile helped to discover different valley
  • Reflection of the paleogeographic changes in the history of the Vistula river valley
  • State of research on the late Glacial and Holocene fluvial history in the Vistula river valley
  • of valleys during advances of ice sheets. Detail investigations iniciated in the 1970s provided a background for stratigraphic and paleogeographic reconstructions. The climatic changes are registered in erosional-depositional sequencies especially
  • in extraglacial mountain valleys with changeable flood frequencies and tectonic tendencies. In the middle parts there is a distinct phase of continental climate. In the zone of last glaciation ice marginal streamways were developed in association with superimposed
  • valleys pattern still expanding in Holocene. - (DG)
  • Dating ; Dendrochronology ; Flood ; Fluvial deposit ; Holocene ; Inundation ; Palaeohydrology ; Poland ; Quaternary ; Sedimentology ; Upper valley ; Watershed ; Wisła
  • with other phenomena outside river valleys: Younger Dryas, 8700-7700, 6600-6000, 5200-4900, 4500-4350, 3300-2850, 2350-1650 BP, V-VIc AD, X-XIc AD and starting from XVIc AD. In last 2-3 millenia the anthropogenic factor starts to play more important role
  • of uplift cause accelerated incision of valleys and large slope failures, it may be more important than the secular processes acting in various climatic vertical zones. The mountain glaciers during advances separate valley sides into supraglacial
  • History ; Holocene ; Pleistocene ; Poland ; Quaternary ; Regional monograph ; Valley ; Watershed ; Wisła
  • of several tributaries, which were investigated in detail ; the four - summarises the history of Vistula valley during the Pleistocene. The first conclusions of monograph are presented in part five. More general conclusions are gathered in part six. - (BJ)
  • The main features of the mountains are considered and relation with the vertical zonality of temperature and precipitations are observed. Taking into account the mesoclimatic belts in mountain valleys, the diversity of vertical belts and the slope